She was born under a full moon, then left with only the stars watching her. Her mother abandoned her, and with nobody knowing whose child she was, she was taken in by a high elf she later called her father. His name was Morphil L'Ucaniea. When she was five, it was confirmed that, although she had a strange nature, she was a high elf of not just upbringing but also by blood. As she grew to be seven years old, her hermit status developed, and she was often found in her room staring off into the distance or doing art, such as painting. On her tenth birthday, she found herself as a girl with no friends or family other than Morphil. Thanks to her antisocial nature, she had become an outcast. She carried on with life, not very much worried with how she was being affected by her lack of friends, instead growing up content with the stories of ancient lore that Morphil taught her. She became a full time hermit while she was 16, only talking to people outside of her family if she had to. This year had a significant impact on her, and she has never been the same since. After her year of being 16 was over, she stopped avoiding the outside world, and rather became a part of it that was small enough for not many people to notice. When she turned 17 Morphil passed away in his sleep, leaving all his belongings to her. She is now 18, living a happy hermity life, residing in the Kingdom of Haense. She spends most of her time being quiet and making her self as invisible as she can, studying the history and lore of her people.
I stare back at the man, shifting uncomfortably from foot to foot, looking around in the hopes that he was speaking to someone else. With no luck, i turn back to the man, avoiding eye contact as i start curling my hair around my index finger. "Me?", I whisper, hoping for a hole to swallow me up into the ground. "Yes", he replies, that ridiculously large smile not moving even a centimetre. "Well... I... Um... I have to go... bye." I turn abruptly on my heel, walking quickly away as I feel his eyes tracing me, before I disappear into the crowd.