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Leighean Gin

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Classy alcoholic drink imported from another continent. It has a clean taste to it.

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Name Leighean Gin
NPC Resale Value Method Edible Hunger Restored Cooking EXP
428 G Purchased Yes 9 ?
Purchase Location
Lucas / Wanst / Barry / Annick (2,000g)
Other Locations
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Physical Change
Weight - Upper - Lower -


3 Star HP MP SP Str Int Dex Will Luck Min Damage Max Damage Magic Attack Def Prot MDef MProt
+17 - - +10 - -4 - +4 ? ? ? - - ? ?
4 Star HP MP SP Str Int Dex Will Luck Min Damage Max Damage Magic Attack Def Prot MDef MProt
? - - ? - ? - ? ? ? ? - - ? ?
5 Star HP MP SP Str Int Dex Will Luck Min Damage Max Damage Magic Attack Def Prot MDef MProt
+32 - - +18 - -7 - +7 ? ? ? - - ? ?

Used In

Icon Name Method Recipe Physical Changes 5 Star Stat Bonuses
Upper Lower HP MP SP STR DEX INT WILL LUCK Min Dmg Max Dmg MA DEF PROT MDEF MPROT
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BnR
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Mixing Leighean Gin(36%) Brifne Whiskey(37%) Ice(27%) - - +49~50 - - +29~30 -11~-12 -11~-12 - +19~20 ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
Inventory icon of Leighean Sling
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Leighean Sling
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Mixing Lemonade(73%) Leighean Gin(19%) Sugar(8%) - - +37~38 - - +19~20 -7~-8 -7~-8 - +14~15 ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
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Silvervine and Snapper
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Stir-frying Silk Snapper(50%) Leighean Gin(35%) Red Pepper Powder(15%) ? ? +100 - - - +50 - - +5 ? ? ? - - ? ?

Trivia

  • In Korea Leighean is spelled "라인산", which is comprised of 라인 (meaning Rhine) and (usually meaning mountain but here being used as a suffix for foreign products). This implies that the correct translation of this item is Rhine Gin, referring to the Rhine River and its region in Europe.
    • The description's mention that the gin is "imported from another continent" even collaborates this.
    • When the Leighean Gin (라인산 진) is transformed into a Leighean Sling (라인 슬링) the Korean word loses the suffix, further suggesting this.
    • Rhine is a word found or derived from in many languages (English, German, Latin, Greek, Gaulish, etc.), usually meaning to move, flow, run.
    • Leighean does appear in Irish/Scottish Gaelic as lèighean or leighean (a combination of the words lia meaning healer and the male suffix -eán; sometimes in reference to leech doctors) and léigheann (meaning the act of reading or learning). This is a likely source of the confusion.