Trust wisely, for trust is more valuable and deadly than any treasure of this world.
Description: Short, with ghostly white skin and pure white hair, she moves with an almost ethereal grace. She has a slender yet athletic figure, testifying to her physical capabilities. Her pale skin is unmarked, except for a single almost invisible horizontal scar on her left cheek. She has a certain plain beauty to her features, but nothing remarkable. Her waist length hair is tied back in a tight ponytail, before weaving into single long braid down the middle of her back.
Personality: While solitary and elusive, once engaged, Aelessa is warm and friendly. In that sense, she is somewhat of a contradiction. Prefering quiet solitude, yet enjoying interactions with others. She does not trust lightly, but she doesn't dismiss those who are yet to prove trustworthy.
Background: Aelessa was brought up in a very free manner. Due to her high degree of sensibility and common sense, her parents thought she should be allowed to do as she pleased, for the world to teach her it's ways. As such, she spent almost all of her childhood playing in and exploring the nearby forests. Due to the dangers of the wilds, and her strange love of silence, she learned to move practically silently. And as time went on, this ability improved until she could run through the forest at almost full speed without making a sound. Her father gave her the nickname "the ghost of the forest", seeing as when he went out to gather lumber, she would disappear in the blink of an eye, only to turn up right beside him a while later and scare the life out of him. It didn't take long for him to see her talent for traversing the forests with such speed and stealth. Marveling at her acrobatic abilities. At a very young age, he taught her the bow. Much to her mothers protest. It was a skill she picked up quickly, and within less than a week, she was regularly bringing home her kills to share at the family table. Eventually, she started to seek out more social experiences, interacting with others as opposed to living in almost pure solitude. However she finds it difficult to trust people. They aren't like the animals of the wild. The animals she could understand. Driven by pure instinct, and the need to survive. People however... They seemed so unpredictable. One thing animals could never do is lie. So as she reached adulthood, she begand to explore the mystery of people, trying to learn more about them too.