The "presents" Dina doled out contained all manner of festive surprises: ferocious fiends, scorching flames, pain, disease, misfortune. Each demon who fell into her clutches shrieked for help, but she would simply flash that innocent smile of hers and proceed to torture them. Horrible screeching filled the stifling air of the underworld. Dina was having such a delightful time playing Santa on this perverted holiday. "Now then," she murmured, eyes turned upward. "The surface dwellers need their presents, too."
Name origin Edit
In the Hebrew Bible, Dinah (/ˈdaɪnə/; Hebrew: דִּינָה, Modern Dina Tiberian Dînā ; "judged; vindicated") was the daughter of Jacob, one of the patriarchs of the Israelites, and Leah, his first wife. The episode of her violation by Shechem, son of a Canaanite or Hiviteprince, and the subsequent vengeance of her brothers Simeon and Levi, commonly referred to as the rape of Dinah, is told in Genesis 34
Reborn Version: (Unholy Night) Dina, Naughty Santa