Before Beatrix ascended the throne, she was known as "the Golden Lioness" as she quelled the chaotic state of her land after the king's death and drove back the encroaching evil. Though gone was her long, flowing hair, she was filled with the joy of protecting her people, causing her to shine with an even more radiant beauty.
Beatrix (Beatrice) is a feminine name of latin origin; the meaning is "traveler, pilgrim, bringer of joy". The original form of the name is Viatrix, a feminine form of Viator. It is derived from the words viator meaning "traveller, pilgrim", beatus "blessed" and beare "to make happy".