Ridiculous Creatures 4

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Ah…flying reindeer are so real! Hmm, never heard of a Krampus before. Looked it up, it’s a creature that followed St. Nick around at Christmas…kinda looks like the devil to me.


while santa gave out gifts, Krampus went about and, depending on much of a little snot the bad kids had been, they’d either get a large lumping of coal, or Krampus would come about and scare the high hell out of them, or, beat em bloody, or, if they were truly mean, nasty, and evil little sods, they’d be tossed in his barrel, and taken away to a place none to pleasant.


Ummm… Can I point out the logic issue of ‘only writtan less than 200 years ago’ when There are Wunderlanders present… who hail from a book writtan 150 (or less) years ago?

Just sayin^^


I may be reading too much into it, but it sounds to me alike there’s an unspoken “And that’s not nearly long enough for them to appear” hanging around here.

Especially given Tim’s later (earlier? can’t remember) “we’re like blank slates” comment.


Well…. techically they COULD exist, after all there are likely Totem Reindeer and some ancient gods in Sami culture rode on them. So its possible there actually can be a flying reindeer. You just have to consider some pretty old pagan religions and some of the old gods there.


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