Well it's always the Shaman for me
Shaman - "Yule Elf" from Coram Morte
That one as of being as for the Panzer Sinterklaas is the Dutch tradition held on December 05 every year
So here some lore for you guys xD
Sinterklaas is the basis for the North American figure of Santa Claus.
It is often claimed that during the American War of Independence, the inhabitants of New York City, a former Dutch colonial town (New Amsterdam),
reinvented their Sinterklaas tradition, as Saint Nicholas was a symbol of the city's non-English past.
In the 1770s the New York Gazetteer noted that the feast day of "St. a Claus" was celebrated "by the descendants of the ancient Dutch families, with their usual festivities."
In a study of the "children's books, periodicals and journals" of New Amsterdam, the scholar Charles Jones did not find references to Saint Nicholas or Sinterklaas.
Not all scholars agree with Jones' findings, which he reiterated in a book in 1978.
Howard G. Hageman, of New Brunswick Theological Seminary, maintains that the tradition of celebrating Sinterklaas in New York existed in the early settlement of the Hudson Valley.
He agrees that "there can be no question that by the time the revival of St. Nicholas came with Washington Irving, the traditional New Netherlands observance had completely disappeared."
However, Irving's stories prominently featured legends of the early Dutch settlers, so while the traditional practice may have died out, Irving's St. Nicholas may have been a revival of that dormant Dutch strand of folklore.
In his 1812 revisions to A History of New York, Irving inserted a dream sequence featuring St. Nicholas soaring over treetops in a flying wagon – a creation others would later dress up as Santa Claus."
But there ya go I thought was nice to add