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What'd everyone get?

guachi

Adventurer
At the FLGS, Boxing Day was 50% off all gaming stuff older than one month (price stickers have a month/year on them so you know). Oh, lordy, did I come home with lots of stuff. Probably 30 packs of minis, some with one figure and some with two. An expansion for 7 Wonders boardgame. Aces & Eights: Reborn Wild West RPG. Some hardback Cthulu adventure. Southlands 5e setting book.
 

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billd91

Hobbit on Quest (he/him)
At the risk of being a super downer. I got nothing. First Christmas since my SO passed and I didn't have the heart to fly to where my family was in Texas.

I'll, probably get myself something D&D related soonish here. Or perhaps some Legos after they replenish their stock.
You have my sympathies.
Nobody sent anything? I mean if your family isn't much into gift giving, that's fair. But if they are gift-givers and didn't send anything, that's a bit of a letdown.
 

CleverNickName

Limit Break Dancing
My only RPG present was OAR #6: Temple of Elemental Evil - I’ve not read through much of it yet but the two books are huge!
I got the OAR Book #4, The Lost City. I've only just started reading the first one I got (The Isle of Dread), and I continue to be impressed with the quality of work that goes into these projects.

And I got the library edition of Critical Role: Vox Machina Origins from Dark Horse. Not technically an RPG product, but definitely RPG-adjacent.

I also got a new set of dice: these are cast from transparent resin with a real four-leaf clover embedded inside each one. You can get your own set from Etsy, if you want to be cool like me.
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And I got a ton of Steam games, too, thanks to the Winter Sale. I got Mass Effect Legendary Edition, Dragon Age II (to complete my collection), Final Fantasy III (remastered), Pathfinder: Kingmaker, Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous, Total War: Rome (not an RPG), and It Takes Two (not really an RPG either, but awesome anyway).
 
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Hex08

Explorer
Not a Christmas gift I planned on but today a game I Kickstarted arrived, Gloomier. If you love RPGs and have never played the original Gloom I highly recommend it. Every player is assigned family and the goal is to make your family more miserable while trying to make other players families less miserable. The really fun part is the storytelling aspect of it, while driving your family to their grave you have to tell a story for each card you play. Great stuff.
 

Arilyn

Hero
Not a Christmas gift I planned on but today a game I Kickstarted arrived, Gloomier. If you love RPGs and have never played the original Gloom I highly recommend it. Every player is assigned family and the goal is to make your family more miserable while trying to make other players families less miserable. The really fun part is the storytelling aspect of it, while driving your family to their grave you have to tell a story for each card you play. Great stuff.
We've had a ton of fun with Gloom. There's something especially joyful about screwing over an opponent by cheerfully telling them how their family member was saved against all the odds.
 




Ath-kethin

Elder Thing
This year Christmas was a bit slimmer than we'd really like, but I managed to get my 8yo a full set of official DCC dice and get myself an official set of the non-standard dice types the game uses.

They have already all been used/done their duty!
 


Hex08

Explorer
I got the Thousand Year Old Vampire RPG. I started playing it today, and it’s pretty awesome. Enjoying it so far.

I also got the Gloomhaven board game. Looking forward to playing that soon with my face to face group.
Gloomhaven is fun. I started with a friend, but we decided to start it over with our regular boardgame group so hopefully we will dive back into it soon.
 

I got Socks that say "Master has given Dobby a sock. Dobby is free."


Also,my brother and sister-in-law got me a harry potter wand, it was an actual loot box since it was random. I got Lucius Malfoy's wand. Then with the gift card my oldest brother gave me, I picked up the illustrated anniversary edition of the Chamber of Secrets book.

I also got some tools for model making.
 


Istbor

Dances with Gnolls
You have my sympathies.
Nobody sent anything? I mean if your family isn't much into gift giving, that's fair. But if they are gift-givers and didn't send anything, that's a bit of a letdown.
Nah. My sister and I called off gift giving years ago pretty much. And I don't expect much from my parents and vise versa at this point. Sometimes there may be gifts, but generally it is just the act of getting together they want.
 

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