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I Watched the Big Bang Theory s06e11 The Santa Simulation. And I wondered whether there are actually Christmas Campaigns, I searched a little but I have no clue which adventures are fun to play. Has anyone here played a Christmas Campaign? Or does anyone know if "the Santa Simulation"is based of a real campaign? I would like to have a short heroic tier 5-6 Player Campaign. Any recommendations would be appreciated.


I found several Campaign ideas, but I would prefer an already worked out campaign.

Things I found: This is for 2 players only. This is only one encounter (and the level is a little to high (lvl 10)) A cool (LoTR) Campaign idea

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The 'D&D' in the Big Bang Theory, as far as I can tell, is completely fabricated, so I doubt they used a real campaign. – Dakeyras Dec 24 '13 at 15:33
Yeah I thought so, but it sounded fun and I can hope :D – Tijnkwan Dec 24 '13 at 15:41
There's almost certainly something Christmas-themed out there for D&D, but I'm not sure whether it will suit your needs well. – Dakeyras Dec 24 '13 at 18:15
Those seems to be more like adventures than like campaigns. Anyway, I don't know how much sense would make a full campaign. – Flamma Dec 26 '13 at 0:37
@Flamma That is a valid point, perhaps a 1-3 session adventure would be best. I hadn't really thought of that yet. – Tijnkwan Dec 26 '13 at 10:42

There is an official Christmas adventure for D&D Gamma World, which is based on D&D 4 rules. You can find it here

Not really a campaign and not really just D&D, but D&D 4 nonetheless.

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Its not D&D Gamma World, its just Gamma World 4th edition. While Gamma World 4e shares many design similarities with D&D 4e they are in fact different systems, especially in how items, powers, and health management are handled. You would need to adapt the gamma world adventure before running it. – Joshua Aslan Smith Jan 10 '14 at 18:14
Well, actually it is really called "D&D Gamma World". If it had an edition-number, it had to be 7th edition, which is the unofficial name of the game. You can see it here: and might find this interesting: You are right about that adventure having to be adapted, though. – user10297 Jan 11 '14 at 10:25

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