"Will I be torn by Maenads?"
Maenad bust, 2nd–1st century BC
Creative Commons AttributionMaenad bust, 2nd–1st century BC - Credit: Marie-Lan Nguyen

In Greek mythology, maenads are the female followers of the god Dionysus (or the Roman Bacchus), who would fall into a frenzy and hunt down and tear to pieces all animals, men and children that they came across. Maenads translates as 'the raving ones'.