Morrigan, a Witch of the Wild.
In many of my playthroughs, she always became my F!Mahariel’s best friend. That was the only reason she could live with herself to do the Dark Ritual. F!Mahariel had developed a deep friendship with Morrigan and they understood how each felt so alien in the human world.
That and I really like her hood thing.
Morrigan from Dragon Age: Origins
this just exudes her persona, without being overly sexualized (which is admittedly easy to do with Morrigan’s already oversexualized character)
Badb is the Irish Goddess of war.
Along with her sisters Macha and Anu, she forms the triple Goddess known as the Morrigan. All three could take the form of crows or ravens, and would fly over battlefields, choosing who would die and who would live. They would then take the souls of the deceased in their black wings, flying them off to the Otherworld.
Badb would sometimes take part in the battles herself, usually in the form of a wolf. She had the power to cause confusion in the opposing soldiers and courage in those on her own side.
In one legend concerning the Morrigan, she appears to the hero Cuchulainn (son of the God Lugh) and offers her love to him. When he fails to recognize her and rejects her, the Morrigan is deeply wounded and informs Cuchulainn that she will hinder him while he is in battle. When Cuchulainn finally perishes, she settles on his shoulder in the form of a crow…the hero’s misfortune being that he never realized the feminine power of sovereignty that the Morrigan offered to him.