- Mythical Number: #2078
- Culture: Eastern European
- Attribute: Humanoid
- Attribute: Sorcery and Medicinal
- Behaviour: Neutral
A Sorcerer from the tales of the Lapp people. He lived near a lake and owned a precious amulet known as a sejda. He used the sejda to capture many fish who swam towards his fishing area of the lake. A neighbouring sorcerer saw this and captured the sejda for himself. The fish then moved to the other side of the lake. Lompsalo then created another sejda that was more powerful than the first which could outdo any other magical item. He used this and lured the fish back to his side of the pool. However his rival stole the this sejda and won power over the lake once again.
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