Her name does not appear in the New Testament, but it is "Salome" in the Ancient Jewish Journal of Flavian Josephus, a contemporary Hebrew writer.
Salome was one of the four lords who ruled Galilee and Perea as a contemporary of the Messiah (because Israel was under the control of Rome at the time, it was the governing agent) and she was the daughter of Herod Antipas. She fell in love with John the Baptist, John the Martyr, and gained John by using the fact that King Herod was keen towards himself. She tempted King Herod, who would not allow her to take the priest from prison – and had John beheaded.
A crazy girl who falls in love and kisses with her bloody lips. Even the king who was her father-in-law attracted her, as a dancing girl with a thin veil. Vicious and cruel toward her loved ones. Although she was a pure girl in her life before, once she fell in love, she reached a state where her spirit became shackled by madness, only released at the end.
As a Berserker Class Servant, her love is servile, dedicated to John the Baptist, and overflowing with generosity. In other words, it is thought that she will be a hostile person. If you control her well, she will run as a powerful Berserker, but each time you kill the opponent you come across, the spirit of Salome will be more jealous and shattered.
She correctly understands the relationship between master and servant. But once she has deepened her ties and become intimate, she will want to "own" the master. Neck. She asks. She knows that if the master loses their life, they will not be able to maintain the world,so they will not actively cut their own head......but, if a wonderful opportunity comes......
Salome uses the skull of John the Baptist, the giant skull she rides on, along with other smaller skulls and a platter for main methods of attack. She sends out the smaller skull as projectiles to swarm the enemy. She can use the platter like its a buzzsaw, or be thrown as a series of smaller platters. It can also reflect a deadly light onto the enemy. The skull of John the Baptist either bites the enemy, or spews forth a deadly red mist.