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    Rogues, Rivals & Renegades: The Krampus $1.49
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    Rogues, Rivals & Renegades: The Krampus
    Publisher: Vigilance Press
    by William W. [Featured Reviewer]
    Date Added: 12/21/2014 18:35:59

    A great little M&M supplement for any GMs who want inspiration for a holiday themed game on the campy side. The character illustration and backstory are very good. I can already imagine this fellow kidnapping the mayor and holding him hostage (tied up in garland, no doubt) until someone can promise that there will be snow on Christmas Eve...



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    Rogues, Rivals & Renegades: The Krampus
    Publisher: Vigilance Press
    by Jae C. [Verified Purchaser]
    Date Added: 12/15/2014 03:25:18

    Dear Santa, Thank you for allowing Vigilance Press to release the Krampus before Christmas. My players are so looking forward to wrapping him up and leaving him beneath a Christmas tree as a present for law enforcement - Must admit I was rather expected a demonic presence in my stocking, filled, as is Vigilance Press' custom to overflowing with the Hero Lab POR file, fold out figure of Krampus and a really nice write up of him by an agent of META, so was pleasantly surprised to discover along side all the Christmas goodies that it was really my saccharine-sweet neighbour Mr Christmas in a techno-suit and mask who was responsible for destroying Mr E. Scrooge's toy store on Black Friday and kidnapping all the bankers. I am told that forcing them all to eat coal will have no last effect and they will be back to swilling champaigne soon enough. So thank you again Santa for a wonderful Christmas package of mayhem and christmas fear and I look forward to the rest of the series being released onto the streets in the New Year...



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