One of the first warrior women to ever hit the pages of the pulps, C. They took the heroine on mysterious journeys into dark supernatural realms where victory was won by emotion and empathy just as often as by bloodlust and the sword. Jirel laid the groundwork for barbarian queens to come and deserves her spot. The debate over whether Xena, Warrior Princess qualifies as a true barbarian is a tale as old as time.
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Now on to why she deserves the second to highest spot on this list. Xena epitomizes so many barbarian values.
Her adventures make her one of the most visible barbarians in pop culture history, and she inspired a whole generation of ass-kicking women across all genres. As created by Robert E. The crimson-haired swordswoman was lovingly brought to life by the pen of Frank Thorne and has enjoyed a storied publishing career since, most recently in a successful series written by Gail Simone. Thor Jensen This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page.
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After Rohan's father died and Rohan inherited, he pretended to be a stupid, ignorant young man. The other princes believed him until he showed his true colors. The High Prince Roelstra , however, thought that he could get Rohan's lands by marrying one of his seventeen daughters off to him. Rohan always came to a head with him. Roelstra wanted the desert, and Rohan was just as determined not to let him have it.