Transpac Resin Birch Santa Figurine, Set of 3, Assortment
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In Styria, the Rute is presented by Krampus to families. The twigs are painted gold and displayed year-round in the house—a reminder to any child who has temporarily forgotten Krampus. In smaller, more isolated villages, the figure has other beastly companions, such as the antlered "wild man" figures, and St Nicholas is nowhere to be seen. These Styrian companions of Krampus are called Schabmänner or Rauhen.  The character of Krampus has been imported and modified for various North American media,   including print (e.g. Krampus: The Devil of Christmas, a collection of vintage postcards by Monte Beauchamp in 2004;   Krampus: The Yule Lord, a 2012 novel by Gerald Brom ); Krampus, a comic series from Image Comics in 2013 created by Dean Kotz and Brian Joines, television – both live action (" A Krampus Carol", a 2012 episode of The League ) and animation (" A Very Venture Christmas", a 2004 episode of The Venture Bros.,  " Minstrel Krampus", a 2013 episode of American Dad! )–video games ( CarnEvil, a 1998 arcade game,  The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth, a 2014 video game ), and film ( Krampus, a 2015 Christmas comedy horror movie from Universal Pictures ). Captivating and full of wonder, this print brings a perfect touch of romance to any room. Whether hung in your living room, bedroom, or even your office, it's sure to transport you to a cozy cabin nestled in the woods, where the air is crisp and the snowflakes dance in the wind.
Yule goat– Scandinavian decorative Christmas straw goat, a goat associated with the midwinter period among the North Germanic peoplesBeauchamp, Monte (2004). The Devil in Design: The Krampus Postcards. Seattle, Washington: Fantagraphics. pp.14–29, 32. ISBN 978-1-56097-542-7.
Kallikantzaros– Malevolent goblin in Southeastern European and Anatolian folklore – Creature in Balkan folklore
Sveti Nikola – Mikulaš"[Saint Nicholas - Mikulas]. www.hrvatskarijec.rs (in Croatian). Archived from the original on 22 December 2015 . Retrieved 14 December 2015. Krampus is a horned, anthropomorphic figure in the Central and Eastern Alpine folklore of Europe who, during the Advent season, scares children who have misbehaved. Assisting Saint Nicholas, or Santa Claus, the pair visit children on the night of 6 December, with Saint Nicholas rewarding the well-behaved children with gifts such as oranges, dried fruit, walnuts and chocolate, while the badly behaved ones only receive punishment from Krampus with birch rods. Krampus day itself, on the other hand, is on the 5th of December. 
a b c d e f g h Bruce, Maurice (March 1958). "The Krampus in Styria". Folklore. 69 (1): 44–47. doi: 10.1080/0015587X.1958.9717121. Oltermann, Philip (8 December 2019). "Austria struggles with marauding Krampus demons gone rogue: Police record rising violence and drunkenness in relation to traditional folkloric festivities". The Guardian . Retrieved 8 December 2019.
Pieces - DIY Unfinished Laser Cut Natural Wood Earrings Blanks - Wood Jewelry - Wood Shapes - Santa Hat Studs - No Hole Crimmins, Peter (15 December 2011). "Horror For The Holidays: Meet The Anti-Santa". NPR . Retrieved 25 November 2015. a b "Joines & Kotz's "Krampus!" Terrorizes Christmas at Image". Comic Book Resources. 19 November 2013. Archived from the original on 26 January 2021 . Retrieved 21 December 2014.