Bandit Leader Ganesh


In a world consumed in chaos, many who lost their villages to the never-ending wars that ravaged the land in turn decided to become bandits. Lacking any hope for a better world, they chose that path because, at least then, they would have Ganesh as their leader. He, who gave hope to the hopeless. He who thought little of his skill as he easily broke through the enemy lines. In a world that abandoned them, his people could always count on Ganesh's incredible cunning, and the results such cunning brought to the battlefield.


Added on May 7, 2014 as a part of Dragon's Hoard Card Pack.

Name originEdit

Ganesh is a masculine name of Hindu origin; the meaning is "lord of hordes; lord of the multitude; god of the multitude". Derived from Sanskrit gana "horde, multitude" and isha "lord, ruler".

In Hindu mythology Ganesh is a god of wisdom and good luck, the son of Shiva and Parvati; he is often depicted as a stout man with the head of an elephant.

Additional InfoEdit

Artwork by Shin Dong Wook.

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