The Priestess is a recurring character in Disenchantment. She is the leader of the religion of Dreamland (which is a parody of Christianity), who conducts the failed wedding ceremony of Bean.


She is very skinny but curvy, and wears a purple gown with a matching hood and very exaggerated sleeves. She has a stern expression, a long nose, wears heavy eye-liner and purple lip-stick.


She speaks with confidence and authority, even though the religion is still in it's early stages. She even admits to being skeptical over the existence of the God that her religion worships.


Her character deconstructs religion in a manner similar to that of Monty Python, in particular this scene from The Meaning Of Life.[1]


Priestess: "Dearly Beloved, as we stand here in this overly large building, designed to make us feel small and inadequate, we ask the invisible God we think is up there to watch over us - if He, She or It is even capable of things like "watching over us"..."
Odval: "This religion is still in it's early stages"
Priestess: "I mean, nobody knows anything for sure but if I talk with confidence, you dopes will believe anything I say..."


  1. Monty Python's The Meaning Of Life
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