Bacchae are Others that were created by Dionysus and are partially divine. They remain under the god's care or that of his cultists. Described as living allegory, the dangers of drink given form, they are women that drank wine and blood both and tore men to shreds in violent, drunken revels. Unlike Nymphs or Satyrs they are noted to prey on "innocents" and those that are vulnerable.
Alluring on the surface, as they had adapted better to modern convention and ideas of attractiveness, they are attractive and dress and behave as predators.