(Combative) Rebellious Ulalia


On Halloween night, Ulalia made her way to the Minister of Fiends, Bartolini. "My Child, perhaps if you would befriend the humans, you could bring even greater destruction and death upon them," said the minister, maintaining the same wicked grin as he spoke to the girl who had easily killed his underlings. "Maybe I will," responded the warrior, the pain in her mind lessening slightly. He was right: as she spilt their blood, she enjoyed shocking the revelers with her true nature.


See Rebellious Ulalia.

Name originEdit

Ulalia is a variation of English, Italian, and Spanish feminine name Eulalia of Greek origin; the meaning is "sweet-speaking, well-spoken". Derived from Old Greek eu "good, well" and laleo "to talk, chatter". Eulalia was the name of an early 4th-century saint and martyr from Merida in Spain, she is a patron saint of Barcelona.

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