Hel is a figure from Norse mythology who presides over the realm of the dead, also called Hel. She is the daughter of Loki and the giantess Angrboða and is said to have half of her body appear normal while the other half is that of a corpse.

 Itzpapalotl is a goddess in Aztec mythology who is often associated with death and darkness. Her name means “obsidian butterfly,” and she is depicted with sharp claws and wings made of obsidian.

 Tefnut is an ancient Egyptian goddess associated with moisture, rain, and fertility. She was one of the first deities to emerge from the chaotic waters of Nun at the beginning of creation.

 Draupadi is a prominent figure in Indian mythology, known for her beauty, intelligence, and strength. She was the wife of the five Pandava brothers in the epic Mahabharata, and her swayamvara (a ritual where a princess chooses her husband) is a well-known event in the story.

 Queen Mab is a figure in English folklore who was believed to be the queen of the fairies. She was often depicted as a tiny, mischievous creature who would visit people in their dreams and cause them to have strange and fantastical visions.

 Morrigan is a goddess in Celtic mythology, often associated with fate, war, and death. She is sometimes depicted as a triple goddess, with three distinct aspects: the Maiden, the Mother, and the Crone.

 Louhi is a powerful and enigmatic figure in Finnish mythology. She is often depicted as a sorceress or a goddess of the underworld, with the ability to shape-shift and control the elements.

 Hidimba is a demoness from Indian mythology who falls in love with the Pandava prince Bhima and marries him. She is the sister of Hidimba, a demon who rules over a forest.