"War is upon us. A clash of science and magic..."
In the world of Emerald City
She arrives to the Emerald City to burry her fallen sister, East, in the Sacred Temple. The Temple has been sealed by the Wizard before, and has a giant statue of a warrior located above its dome as security measure.
In the works of L. Frank Baum
Glinda earned the title of the Witch of the South after vanquishing the previous witch of the South and freeing Quadlings from slavery.
She has her own female army of girls about Dorothy's age (around twelve).
Unlike in the other works depicting Oz, Glinda was not the Witch of the North. That title was held by Locasta Tattypoo, who was omitted in the most famous movie version.
- The character of the Witch of the South, nominally Glinda in the books, is a separate entity in the series. There's a mention of Mother South, a Cardinal Witch who is said to have been killed by the Beast Forever.
- The Facebook page of Emerald City pictured Glinda as a Tarot card The High Priestess - a the guardian of the unconscious.