An abbot spends Christmas surrounded by outlaws in the dark forest, so he can listen to mysterious, otherworldly music. A farm has a fun Christmas tradition where employees end up dead on Christmas morning. It must be the holidays in Swedish and Icelandic folklore.
The creature is draugr of the sea, Norse sea zombies, who are going to get in the way of your holiday mead run.
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