Sunday, December 25, 2011

Weekly 4e Homebrew: Kringle, King of the Fey

Every Sunday, I'll have a completely homebrewed Dungeons and Dragons 4th Edition element that you can use in your games. I do take requests so you can either post a comment here, email me at with the subject "Homebrew Request", or send me a tweet on Twitter (@brannonhutchins) with the hashtag #weekly4e.

Before I continue, MERRY CHRISTMAS!

And with that, I present to you the man who gave us all a visit last night: Kringle, the King of the Fey.

He sits upon his throne and offers you his lap to sit on, a smile on his face as he asks "Have you been good this year?"

The Winter Court of the Feywild is home to many influential creatures, but none so well known as the King of the Fey himself. You would be hard pressed to not notice the jolly old humanoid dressed in red robes with a wreath of holly around his head. He welcomes the Good aligned with open arms, the Evil aligned with a firm hand, and the Unaligned with cautionary friendliness.

King of the Fey: Though he may not be the most powerful fey creature in creation, he is certainly the most influential. The Feywild itself bows to him as he passes.

Jolly Old Soul: Kringle is the joyful sort of fey. As long as he is in a good mood, so are those around him. Laughter and peace follow him in his travels. This does not mean he does not have the capacity for negative emotions. Gods help those who end up on the Naughty List.

Spirit of Giving: If there was ever someone who could offer an adventurer aid, it's Kringle. If one proves themselves worthy, they are able to receive gifts from the King of the Fey. One such gift is the Chistmas Spirit, a boon given to those deemed Nice.

Kringle, the Christmas Spirit, and the Bottomless Sack were created using Power2ool for use in your 4th Edition Dungeons and Dragons game, by Wizards of the Coast.

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