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    wolfie65
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    Does anyone know the origin of this word ?

    I’ve tried searching, all results just take me to Moonstone, the faction specifics don’t really give me a clue and even my knowledge of languages comes up blank.

    #1726017

    somegeezer
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    Dunno but the “vult” gives me the “Deus Vult” (God wills it) feels.

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    avernos
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    It’s short for Leshan Vult meaning Leshan? Wills it.

     

    #1726126

    templar007
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    Thanks for the info, (that I didn’t know), oh might ‘Moonstone Guru’ @avernos ??

     

    I gotta finish some more Moonstone themed terrain and get back to playing!

    #1726127

    wolfie65
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    I was aware of the ‘vult’ part, but couldn’t place ‘Lesha’.

    Another search has turned up the ‘Leshan’, who, according to some online gaming site, are ‘blue-skinned humanoids with antlers’……….

    In which universe they exist, I have no idea, I don’t game online. What they have to do with a fantasy skirmish game more or less based on ‘fairy tales’ also escapes me.

    Pretty sure LeShawn – center for b-ball team X, has nothing to do with it…….

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    brianfowler713
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    From Wikipedia:

    The Leshy (literally, “[he] from the forest”) is a tutelary deity of the forests in pagan Slavic mythology. As the spirit rules over the forest and hunting, he may be related to the Slavic god Porewit.

    And of course, there was the Leshen in Witcher 3, hated those buggers.

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