We took care of Part One, and now it’s time for Part Two!! Not much time left to shop for Christmas, and if you’re ordering online, you’d best do it fast or you’re going to end up paying as much for shipping as the gift itself to get it on time!
Here’ a look at a few more things that will make that Geek on your holiday shopping list squee with joy.
Eureka: 501 Adventure Plots to Inspire Game Masters is truly a work of mastery. Pulled together by the wonderful fellows over at Gnome Stew, this 310 page book is one amazing book that will serve your tabletop gaming needs for years to come. Each adventure plot is completely system neutral, meaning you can plug the themes and ideas in to just about anything. Not only is this a great thing to read cover-to-cover, it’s great to have displayed proudly on the gaming shelf. Purchase for $25 on Engine Publishing.
This little lovely is a white Xbox 360 Christmas ornament. With Hallmark making a killing on Christmas ornaments, why not support a smaller seller and get something a little more personal for your resident video gamer. After all, I know I’d be a proud Gamer to have this adorn my tree. Check out the Etsy Shop here.
“Keep Calm” is probably the classiest internet meme I’ve ever seen, and this little lovely will set you back between $11 and $17 (minus the frame) on Queen Spoof’s Etsy. With loads of options to choose from, I think this is my favorite. I’d like it in Brick or Clay to put in my entryway, thanks. ;)
This ice cube gives your drinks an extra nerdy flair! Just be careful not to set up a full Tetris line, or you’ll lose all the ice! A perfect stocking stuffer at only $7, you can find the Iceblox ice cube tray over at Think Geek.
The Mandalorians are pretty much the baddest of the bade dudes in the universe. Yeah, they’re bad enough dudes to rescue the President. But will they? That’s another question entirely. For the Wo-mando on your Christmas list, it doesn’t get much better than this adorable pj set from Her Universe. In fact, just about anything from Her Universe would make a wonderful gift. It’s like a treasure chest in an internet full of “unisex” and “manwear”. But this pretty much takes the cake. Purchase at Her Universe for $35.