The heroic King Leonidas had fallen. As others grieved his death, Galatea gently smiled and once again blew her fife. Its clear pitch reached the ears of Xerxes, informing him that her ambitions had been fulfilled. In waiting for him to deliver Leonidas' remains to her, she gave a seductive sigh as she imagined how the blood of such as legendary figure would taste.
Galatea, Galathea or Gallathea is an ancient Greek name meaning "she who is milk-white, white as milk". In Greek mythology there are sveral characters named Galatea:
- Galatea, a woman who prayed for her daughter to be turned into a son, Leucippus (daughter of Galatea).
- Galatea, a sea-nymph in Ovid's story of Acis and Galatea.
- Galatea, name given in the 18th century to the animated statue sculpted by Pygmalion.
"Reborn" powered-up animated version of (Speculative) Conductress Galatea with different skill and lore.
- Artwork by Pencil1203.