Hoard-Crusher Lucinda


Lucinda proposed an approach unique for a treasure hunter. Rather than evade the traps and obstacles between her and the target, she would force her way through them. It mattered not if the valuables lay in a dark cavern or a hallowed shrine, she would destroy everything that barred her path. In her eyes, there was nothing admirable about employing cunning or dexterity.


Added on February 23, 2015 as a part of Art of War BOX Card Pack.

Name originEdit

Lucinda is an English, Portuguese, and Spanish female given name of Latin origin. The name is a diminutive of Lucia or Lucy with the feminine suffix -inda, first created by Cervantes for his novel Don Quixote (1605); derived from Latin root lux meaning "light".

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