Linfa is a gambler, who frequently runs into trouble because of her habit.
Linfa is a female with dark purple long hair, purple chinese dress with a dragon print and a long legs. She wears a black doll shoes and she carries a red fan.
During the Sun Rune War, she cheated on Freyjadour Falenas and got two thousand potch out of him to pay off another debt. She felt guilty about it, so to overcome the guilt she feel, she cheated another person to gain two thousand potch and she returned Freyjadour's 2000 potch.
Later, she met Freyjadour again in Raftfleet and he offer her to join in the Loyalist Army. Linfa was actually quite happy about the invite but she stated that if Freyjadour can win 5,000 Potch on her card game against her she will join. Even though Freyjadour lose, Linfa still join the Loyalist Army after paying the woman on the other side of the table 5,000 Potch.
After the war, she have mastered the twin arts of the enormous debt and the quick getaway, she now studies how not to cheat.
Role in the Game
After the meeting in Beaver Lodge, play cards (and lose 2000 potch) to her in Estrise. Next, talk to Linfa in Yashuna Village after the Battle of Lelcar. Lastly, play her in cards in Raftfleet after Lymsleia's coronation. You never have to win against her but you have to pay her 5000 potch debt.
Linfa will run the gambling game Blind Man's Bluff at your castle.
Linfa will add the Muddle ability to her military unit.
- Linfa´s said, on the record, "I´d rather gamble than eat." But she´s terrible at hiding her emotions, so she´s not a very good gambler. What are we going to do with her?
- To get away from her gambling debts, she´ll not only cheat, but even break out the old feminine wiles. She´s slipped past plenty of guys that way. And not just g-- I really shouldn´t say anymore.
- Well, she really hasn´t cheated people out of THAT much money... When you get right down to it, she´s not quite a "bad girl" yet. And she gave you back your money, right?
No hurry, but just be sure to pay me that 100,000 Potch. I won it fair and square.
- Bad Debt
I found out it wasn't you, Prince. But now he's saying he's broke! What about my 100,000 Potch?!
- That Guy with the Comb-over