Griselda understood full well that many of her fellow practitioners mocked and despised her as an imitator. Yet, as that implied, she could perfectly recreate any spell formulated by another. Regardless of her unique ability, she wished to create new spells of her very own. Then inspiration struck in the form of that which was also limited to imitation: shadows.
Added on February 22, 2015 as a part of Double Edge 3 Card Pack.
Griselda is a feminine given name used in the English, Italian, Spanish, and Germanic languages. It has been suggested that the name may originate from Germanic "gris hild", meaning "grey battle, dark battle" or "grey maiden warrior", with elements gris "grey" and hild "battle, fight". However, some believe that the name came from the ancient Germanic word gries, meaning "gravel" or "stone". The name was popular in the Middle Ages. It was known from "Patient Griselda", the patient and obedient wife in the tales told by Petrarch, Boccaccio and Chaucer.
Artwork by Shuichi Wada.