Eggnogtopus

A rotten-smelling mollusc. The Eggnogtopus lays claim to being the most disgusting, gloopy, atrocious Christmas Creature ever spotted. And it bloody loves it.

This sloppy bastard flops about ruining the yuletide for everyone around by slapping its curdling tentacles against their freshly opened presents.

© Niklaus Von Stuffingball 1849

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(Illustration by Darrell Swainston)


(Illustration by Nicole Smeltzer)

Fireplaice

The most flip-floppy Christmas Creature going. With gills of flames and a need to live deep in the ocean, the Fireplaice doesn’t know whether it’s coming or going.

Despite its indecisiveness, everyone loves this crackling beast. So much so, Christmas Creatures will travel from miles and miles to gather round, curl up and stare at it for hours on end.

© Niklaus Von Stuffingball 1849

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(Illustration by Nicole Smeltzer)


(Illustration by Darrell Swainston)

Home Alone Wolf

A perennial lost soul, the Home Alone Wolf is constantly on the hunt for loved ones.

Unfortunately, its lack of personal connection or the ability to trust means whenever another Christmas Creature attempts to get close they get twatted on the bonce with a paint pot. Once the Home Alone Wolf completes the murder, the weirdo poses with its front paws pressed against its cheeks.

© Niklaus Von Stuffingball 1849

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(Illustration by Darrell Swainston)


(Illustration by Nicole Smeltzer)


(Illustration by Steve Whittingham)

Candy Crane

The Candy Crane is unreal. Standing at 20 foot tall with a 15 foot wing span, this razor beaked, red and white striped meat eater has the abilities to be the king of the Christmas Creatures.

Being wrapped head-to-toe in plastic renders it nigh on useless, as it remains bed bound and friendless – except for the thousands of ants that crawl all over it.

© Niklaus Von Stuffingball 1849

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(Illustration by Darrell Swainston)


(Illustration by Nicole Smeltzer)

Mistletoad

What a bloody pervert. Mistletoads can be found creeping around at night time, hunting down lovers of all kinds. Too afraid to embark on having sex itself, this filthy little Christmas Creature prefers to gawp at others in the throes of passion.

As it watches all sorts of unsavoury acts, the Mistletoad strokes its leafy skin with one hand and sneaks photos with the other.

© Niklaus Von Stuffingball 1849

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(Illustration by Nicole Smeltzer)


(Illustration by Darrell Swainston)

Boarble

Don’t let the gigantic horns, grizzly gob and terrifying snout fool you, the perfectly spherical boarble is a delicate little flower.

Without legs to run away or arms to protect itself, even the weakest of Christmas Creatures try to attack it. And with its looped tail leaving it forever tied to forest trees, enemies have an absolute field day.

© Niklaus Von Stuffingball 1849

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(Illustration by Chris Kilvington)


(Illustration by Nicole Smeltzer)


(Illustration by Darrell Swainston)

Bethlehamster

A door-to-door religious converter, the Bethlehamster gets shunned by all the other Christmas Creatures who claim they’ve got no room for him.

Homeless, hungry and all alone, this frustrating fella spends the second half of December staring at the stars wishing for gold. It never comes.

© Niklaus Von Stuffingball 1849

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(Illustration by Nicole Smeltzer)


(Illustration by Steve Whittingham)