Sayla was to be the next queen of the land. Ever since childhood, she had undergone rigorous training to become queen. She had been pressured to learn graceful royal etiquette, and before she knew it she had grown to resent her lot in life. As she grew up, this resentment grew out of hand, and she began to crave freedom and power. At last, she was able to cast herself into the demon realm. "I can't take it any longer! I will not lead a life chosen for me by others! The land I came from can be destroyed for all I care."
Sayla (Saylah) is a feminine modern invented name, combined from two elements of Sailor (or Saylor, a spelling variation from Old French sailleor, meaning "dancer") and Kayla (or Kaylah, Arabic and Hebrew origin, "laurel, crown") to make an appellation that's uniquely itself though not quite genuine. More authentically, Saylah is a spelling variation of African place-name Zeila (a port town in Somalia).