Presents for Goblins is a 35-page softcover booklet containing five resources designed to add the holiday spirit to your 5th edition games! Inside you'll find Dickensian NPCs, a festive-themed clerical domain, snowy treasures and villains, and a fun-packed adventure where the PCs must recover Revelleschafter's seasonal gifts from the goblins who raided the town on the eve of All's Giving Day.
- Servants of the Winter Court. Three themed fey NPCs. Grimollo the Voice Thief will steal your very words; Missus Silverbeak is a giant talking fairy owl; and Snowblind is the Knight of the Winter Wastes. By James Haek; illustrated by EIlis Goodson and Egil Thompson.
- Treasures from Beneath the Snow. Anorak of the Ice People. Barrow Bread. Ebon Blade. Guiding Harpoon. Ice Riders. Ironweed Rope. Memory Leaves. Summer Sight Goggles.These snow-themed treasures may be found deep within the coldest regions of the world, hidden inside ancient snow barrows. By Walt Ciechanowski; illustrated by Yihyoung Li.
- Winter's Urchins. With a Dickensian flourish, we present you with three urchins designed for insertion into your campaign. Hope (and her baby dragonborn, Scales) is a young tiefling orphan; Ketch the Clever is a 10-year old pickpocket and hustler; while Bill Thorpe is a grimy bully of the streets. By Kiel Chewier; colour art by Ellis Goodson.
- The Charity of St. Nicholas. The holiday season is all about charity, and Jeremy McCoy accordingly presents the new Charity domain for clerics, along with information on St. Nicholas and other saints in your campaign. Illustrated by Ellis Goodson.
- Presents for Goblins: A Holiday Romp. In this festive adventure for 3rd-5th level characters, the PCs must recover Revelleschafter's seasonal gifts from the goblins who raided the town on the eve of All's Giving Day. Fun as a one-shot or as part of an ongoing camapign. This adventure also includes four new goblin types - a variant nilbog, a yobbo, a goblin concubine, and the goblin king - and a random table for goblin poison effects. By Kiel Chenier; illustrated by Ellis Goodson.