Barbara's eyes smoldered, claiming all which fell beneath them as her domain. Thousands of undead soldiers obeyed her every command and millions more lay prostrate before her. An empress above all, her rule was ensured so long as her gaze retained its bewitching power.
Barbara is a feminine name of Greek origin. From the Greek word barbaros meaning "foreign or strange; traveler from a foreign land". Popular in medieval Britain after the 3rd century martyr St. Barbara. In Catholic custom St. Barbara is a protectress against fire and lightning.