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Lebioda was a prophet whose visions and parables are contained in the Good Book of Prophet Lebioda's Wisdom. He became legendary for his goodness, wisdom, and modest peaceful ways.

Rise of the cult Edit

As he became notorious, a cult began to form around him. More and more folks started to follow him, and some of them even started to spread his thoughts as it was in case of Saint Plegmund who brought the new religion to Toussaint [1]. In Northern Kingdoms, Temeria, Redania and Kaedwen the prophet managed to convince people himself.

In such far north land as Kovir and Poviss religion widespreaded thanks to wife of king Esterad Thyssen, Zuleyka [2] and by trade with Kovir it get to Malleore and small barony in there, Creigiau. [3] Curious enough is also fact that he is quoted and even worshiped not only by humans but also by assimilated dwarves.

By the Church of the Eternal Fire centralised in Free City of Novigrad he is recognized as saint and worshipers are allowed to kiss his sacrophagus stored in main temple from time to time.

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Blood and Wine Expansion Edit

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Behind the scenes Edit

The Polish word "lebioda" is the name of the plant known in English variously as "fat-hen", "white goosefoot", "lamb's quarters", "pigweed" or "dungweed" (Chenopodium album). It is also used as an insult for someone weak, feeble, or a bit useless, a bit like the word 'weed' in English.

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Notes & references Edit

  1. Blood and Wine Expansion (The Witcher 3)
  2. The Tower of the Swallow novel by A. Sapkowski
  3. The Witcher: Reasons of State graphic novel

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