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{{Quote|text = I name thee Dea and embrace thee as my daughter.|citation = Phillip Strenger performing naming ritual}}In [[Timeline#1272|1272]], Geralt meets with [[Velen]]'s self-proclaimed baron [[Phillip Strenger]] who had unwittingly created a botchling from his and [[Anna Strenger|his wife]]'s unborn child. Geralt is faced with a decision to either lift the curse via Aymm Rhoin (or the Ritual of Naming), or kill the beast off using the "[[witcher]]'s way". If the ritual is completed, the lubberkin - named [[Dea]] - helps Geralt to further track down the fate of the baron's wife Anna, and daughter [[Tamara Strenger|Tamara]].
 
{{Quote|text = I name thee Dea and embrace thee as my daughter.|citation = Phillip Strenger performing naming ritual}}In [[Timeline#1272|1272]], Geralt meets with [[Velen]]'s self-proclaimed baron [[Phillip Strenger]] who had unwittingly created a botchling from his and [[Anna Strenger|his wife]]'s unborn child. Geralt is faced with a decision to either lift the curse via Aymm Rhoin (or the Ritual of Naming), or kill the beast off using the "[[witcher]]'s way". If the ritual is completed, the lubberkin - named [[Dea]] - helps Geralt to further track down the fate of the baron's wife Anna, and daughter [[Tamara Strenger|Tamara]].
   
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Revision as of 20:43, May 30, 2018

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Legends claim you can bury a botchling under the family's threshold, perform a ritual and turn it into a lubberkin. That's a sort of, uhh... hob, a guardian spirit that could lead me to your family.
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- Geralt to Phillip Strenger, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

A lubberkin is a friendly household guardian spirit created from a botchling through Aymm Rhoin, an elven naming ritual, during which it is given a proper name and a burial under the hearth of the family estate. A lubberkin looks very similar to a botchling, the main difference being its ghost-like, glowing, white aura and relatively passive behavior.

History

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I name thee Dea and embrace thee as my daughter.
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- Phillip Strenger performing naming ritual

In 1272, Geralt meets with Velen's self-proclaimed baron Phillip Strenger who had unwittingly created a botchling from his and his wife's unborn child. Geralt is faced with a decision to either lift the curse via Aymm Rhoin (or the Ritual of Naming), or kill the beast off using the "witcher's way". If the ritual is completed, the lubberkin - named Dea - helps Geralt to further track down the fate of the baron's wife Anna, and daughter Tamara.

Gallery

External links

  • Gwent icon See the GWENT standalone game version card: Lubberkin
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