1. Elegant and beautiful silk hanbok for Spring. With its gorgeous pastel-toned colors and high-quality silk, this hanbok is just stunning!
2.Gorgeous and elegant hanbok dress for brides who are planning their special weddings on Spring. Lace top and pastel-toned skirt will generate very feminine and fresh atmosphere.
3.Pastel-toned Spring hanbok generates such feminine and fresh atmosphere. With many layers of beautiful colors, this hanbok skirt is just gorgeous!!
4.Glamorous Korean traditional hanbok named hwalot. With hand-embroidered flowers and golden decoration on romantic pink dress, this hanbok maximizes glamorous and adorable look of hanbok. It’s just breath-taking!
They are listed in the character section of the LackaWiki and were marked in the calendars that used to be available (and which should be back again for 2015). Here’s most of them:
Rocky - December 19, 1904 Ivy - May 20, 1909 Freckle - March 10, 1909 Mitzi - September 25, the near side of the turn of the century. She swears. Wick - January 11, 1895 Viktor - April 16, 1886 Asa - August 19, 1884 Mordecai - March 28, 1899 Serafine - sometime between October 25 and November 1, 1902 Nico - July-ish, 1900 Zib - February 15, and about as likely to divulge his age as Mitzi Atlas - January 3, 1884 Nina - May 13, 1879 Lacy - September 6, 1904 Dom - June 21, 1890
The Lesovik is a male woodland spirit in Slavic mythology who protects wild animals and forests. He is roughly analogous to the Woodwose of Western Europe and the Basajaun of the Basque Country. These are forest spirits who are green and lead travellers of their track.
He is said to have the ability to shapeshift into any form, animal or plant. When he is in human form, he looks like a common peasant, except that his eyes glow and his shoes are on backwards. In some tales, he appears to visitors as a large talking mushroom or as centaur. He can also vary in size, shrinking himself to the height of a blade of grass when moving through open fields, or growing to the size of the tallest trees when in the forest.
If a person befriends a leshy, the latter will teach them the secrets of magic. Farmers and shepherds would make pacts with the leshy to protect their crops and sheep. The leshy has many tricks, including leading peasants astray, making them sick, or tickling them to death. They are also known to hide the axes of woodcutters. If a leshy crosses the path of a person in the woods, the person will get lost immediately. To find the way out, you have to turn your clothes inside out and wear shoes on opposite feet
Each forest has its own family with a wife known as Lesovikha and children known as Leshonki. They lead travellers through the forest in the wrong direction until they were thoroughly lost or were stuck in a bog. The spirit would then disappear leaving the traveller in despair. To ward off the troublesome Lesovik it is advised to carry some bread to give as a gift or to wear one’s clothes inside out until one reaches the end of the forest.
If more than one lesnik inhabits a forest, they will fight for territorial rights. The evidence is in the fallen trees scattered about and scared animals.