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Father Winter (50/0/5) – Yuletide
The spirit of charity and kindness, Father Winter exists as a manifestation of Earth’s longing for peace. He eases the harshness of winter by delivering gifts to the good. If you’re naughty though, expect a visit from Krampus instead.
Jack Frost (30/1/4) – Supercicle
Jack be nimble, Jack be quick. Jack will make you tremble, and turn your driveway slick. While not exactly evil, Jack Frost expresses the undermining nature of winter. It’s easy to find disaster in a frozen, slippery world, and you better be nimble and quick, too, if you want to avoid Jack’s pranks.
Ice Queen (80/1/6) – Bitter Frost
The beauty of winter is in the tension between elements. Ice Queen is the living embodiment of that beauty. She is as glorious as a frozen waterfall glittering in noonday sun without melting. Her duty is to preserve the integrity of the season by making it beautiful. She is neither good nor evil, but can be provoked to action if her frozen masterpieces are sullied.
Krampus (45/2/4) – Punish the Naughty
Krampus is the flip-side of Father Winter. He is the spirit of punishment, so if you’ve been naughty, you can expect a painful visit from him. Even if you’ve been nice, but you get in his way, things can still get ugly.
Snowman (40/3/6) – Winter’s Whim
The Snowman is subjected to Winter’s whim. Unlike humans, it grows strength from the bitter cold and weakens in warm light. Many children assume the Snowman embodies joy, and place long carrots and smiling buttons on the icy statues they make of him. However, the truth is that Snowman is furious about his delicate nature.