Vuln’lirr grew up as an only child, in the Irrinor settlement , which is why she is somewhat reserved. Her family home was small, two bedrooms, a living room, and a kitchen. she was spoiled as a child, so she act spoiled as an adult, pouting or maybe, though not often, she might even throw a tantrum if she doesn't get what she wants. Her father taught her how to make bows when she was young, and never to harm a tree to do so. And she’s kept a small garden, mostly of small fruits and veggies. She harvests and spreads the seeds of any of the food she eats from her garden, trying to help the forest flourish. she has yet to venture out of the forest, preferring to keep to where she has been her whole life. even though she wants to go out and venture the world. she moved out when she was 25, and her parents moved away when she was 40. She has been living mostly alone in the woods for about 12 years now, she talks to the people in town, she just doesn't know anyone all that well, though she is still friendly to most everyone. She is working up the courage to go out and explore the world. she is not the most religious wood elf, but you can still often find her praying. she’s always been interested in the great elven schisms, fascinated by how such a great race could drift apart. she also wants to visit her elven cousins to see what the world is like through their eyes. And she holds the story of the forgotten folk close t her heart, loving hearing about how she and her race came to be. Vuln’lirr has heard of magic, and it seems to be an interesting topic, even if she has only heard stories, especially druidism. She would love to learn about it, or any magic really, though she has no plans to actually learn to use it.
vuln’lirr knows exactly what she’s here for “Adventure” she responds confidently. she straitens her back to look the man in the eyes and hold out her hand for him to shake. “I’m Vuln’lirr, and you?” she waits for his response while looking around at the expansive bazaar. she hold tight to the small pouch of money she brought with her, her only money, and one of her only belongings now.