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"See with your eyes, and listen with your earrrs, my fellow Mithra... Witness for yourself what one loathed “sinner” will accomplish in this tumultuous age..."
—Lehko Habhoka


Lehko Habhoka is is a non-playable character from Final Fantasy XI. The only male Mithra known by name, he appears as a tactical adviser for Warlock Warlord Robel-Akbel. He is a prominent character in the Windurst branch of the Wings of the Goddess storyline.

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It is heavily implied that he is the son of Yow Rabntah, a member of the fateful Multinational Expedition. She had found a shard of magicite in the frozen Northlands and used it to construct the Bow of Light. Because of the magicite, the bow became a dangerous artifact and ended up causing a bloody civil war in the Mithran homeland. She, long with Fire Tribe cheiftaness Nhev Befrathi were branded "sinners," a stigma that seems to be passed on to their children. Nhev evaded the sin hunters and arrived in war-torn Mindartia to deliver the Bow back to Lehko on the eve of the Battle of Windust.

As the Warlock Warlord's tactical adviser, he knew the secret of his true identity. When Karaha-Baruha and Robel-Akbel started losing control of Fenrir as the beast faced down Tzee Xicu the Manifest, Lehko attempted to use the Bow of Light to shoot down the Yagudo Manifest. Before he could fire an arrow, Perih Vashai stopped him, in fear that he would succumb to the bow's power. As a result Tzee Xicu and the beastmen fled back to Castle Oztroja with Fenrir in pursuit.

After the battle, the mithran tracker informed him that Nhev and her daughter were in a caravan attacked by the Yagudo and presumed dead.

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