Meaning of the tricky name of the card "Bunny'shtar"

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ChupVulf
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Meaning of the tricky name of the card "Bunny'shtar"

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Hello.

Please tell me the meaning of the tricky name of the card "Bunny'shtar".
All I could find that was somehow related to the ending "...shtar" was "Kalashtar" - race of psionic humanoids from Adar on the continent of Sarlona (D&D 5).

Thank you in advance ^_^
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Ringbearer79
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Re: Meaning of the tricky name of the card "Bunny'shtar"

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Ishtar is an ancient goddess of fertility. If you also look at the phonetic pronunciation I think it has to do with that.
ChupVulf
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Re: Meaning of the tricky name of the card "Bunny'shtar"

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Ringbearer79 wrote: 11 July 2024, 11:35 Ishtar is an ancient goddess of fertility. If you also look at the phonetic pronunciation I think it has to do with that.
Thank you very much)
We get three carrots thanks to the rabbit goddess of fertility.
Seems logical ^_^
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