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DeviousQuail

Adventurer
I got Betrayal at House on the Hill. I've played it with friends but it is something that's been missing from my shelf. Playing it with my family on Christmas day was thematically offputting. "Hey mom, can you pass me a Christmas cookie while I attempt to stab dad with a sacrificial dagger?"
 

billd91

Hobbit on Quest (he/him)
My sister-in-law and her husband dug deep on my Amazon wishlist and got the 2 oldest things on it - both on it for nearly 20 years.
Hardcore Devo, vol 2 (on CD)
Rashomon (on DVD)

The first time the retailer tried to fulfill the Rashomon order, they sent a copy of Wes Anderson’s Rushmore. So now I’ve got that too!
 

the Jester

Legend
The only gaming-related stuff I got this year is a set of dice and Dungeonmeister: A Drink Master's Guide, which is a D&D themed cocktail book including drink like "Three Halflings in a Trenchcoat" and the "Mai Tyrant".
 

Blue

Ravenous Bugblatter Beast of Traal
Most unusual gift came from my wife. Star Wars artisanal soap.
 

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Richards

Legend
I only got one D&D related item this year: a set of 96 acrylic condition modifier rings for minis, so you can tell at a glance who's blinded, or invisible, or paralyzed or whatnot. I'll have my first opportunity to use them in a week on our New Year's Day session.

Johnathan
 



Retreater

Legend
Got a carved bourbon glass with my name and title as a GM with a d20, a limited bottle of bourbon, a D&D art calendar. Seasonings and cooking stuff. Couple of vinyl records. Felt like one of my more "adult" Christmases. Pretty nice.
 

Eltab

Lord of the Hidden Layer
Somebody heard me complain that closing the Public Library due to COVID led to me acquiring an unhealthy Internet addiction instead. So they got me a T-shirt:
"I cannot live without books." - Thomas Jefferson
 
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Dannyalcatraz

Schmoderator
Staff member
I haven’t had a chance to look inside the cards my parents gave me, but I know they also bought me a leather briefcase off of Etsy, it should be here in January.
 

pukunui

Legend
The only gaming related item I got was a hard copy of Keith Ammann's The Monsters Know What They're Doing. I've already started digging into it.

Apparently someone in the extended family had purchased one of the D&D hardcovers for me as a Christmas present but it didn't arrive in time so it will now be my birthday present in March.

I also bought the family the Harry Potter Lego Wizard Chess set. I love that it's not just a scene from the first movie but is also a fully playable chess set. We're going to have a lot of fun with it!

(I also got the Star Wars Lego Mandalorian Armorer's Forge set. I'd also like to get the Mandalorian starfighter set since it comes with Bo-Katan, but it's a little pricey. The Slave 1 set with the new Boba and Djin [complete with beskar spear] would be cool too. I want all the Lego Mandalorians! [I've already got the Mando Battle Pack with the 4 unnamed Mandos in it.])
 

I got Betrayal at House on the Hill. I've played it with friends but it is something that's been missing from my shelf. Playing it with my family on Christmas day was thematically offputting. "Hey mom, can you pass me a Christmas cookie while I attempt to stab dad with a sacrificial dagger?"
There's an expansion too!
 

jdrakeh

Front Range Warlock
Stuff Santa sent me:

The Arduin Grimoire Trilogy
The World Book of Khaas: The Legendary Lands of Arduin
OAR: The Lost City
Ptolus 5e
Sly Flourish's The Lazy DM
Sly Flourish's Return of the Lazy DM

Plus some cash, which I used to order The Haunted Almanac by Nate Treme and The Ultraviolet Grasslands and The Black City by Luka Rejic (I'm sure I misspelled that) from Exalted Funeral.
 

Cool geek gifts ... the Goodman Games compilation/homages for B4 The Lost City and X1 Isle of Dread, two of my favorite D&D adventures ever. Plus a bunch of minis to paint; taking the plunge into Lord of the Rings minis with the Battle in Balin's Tomb as a celebration of the 20th anniversary of the release of The Fellowship of the Ring. And the Balrog, so of course the Fellowship will fly at the end.
 



Richards

Legend
The family we game with is visiting relatives over Christmas, so we'll have our "gaming group Christmas gift exchange" at the end of our traditional New Year's Day game session like normal.

Johnathan
 

Ryujin

Legend
Got myself an Elegoo Mars 2 Pro resin 3D printer and Elegoo Mercury Plus washing/curing station. In my family we only give gifts to the minor children.
 

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