Lieselotte the Lifegiver


There existed a forbidden magic spell that held sway over life itself. It allowed the caster to transfer her own life force to another person, and could even be used to revive the dead. Lieselotte managed to master this black sorcery, but she soon found herself constantly beset by the spirits of the dead. "I should never have learned such a worthless spell," she thought ruefully as she continued her never-ending battle against her spectral pursuers.


Added on April 4, 2014 as a part of Voyage of Legends 10 Card Pack.

Name originEdit

Lieselotte is an English and German feminine name of Germanic origin, spelled also as Liselotte in German and Danish. The name was invented in the 19th century from the Dutch and German name Liese (Hebrew, "perfection, oath") and the feminine diminutive suffix -lotte from French, German, Dutch, English, and Scandinavian name Charlotte (Germanic, from karl "man, free man").

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