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Aisling has a kind heart, though absolutely cheeky. She is intelligent and friendly, playful and quirky. She is more than anything curious about her new home and circumstances, as well as mortals, both magical and non-magical. Like any faeborn, she does have an impish and whimsical nature, often distracted by anything that passes through her observations, be it a glowing light, odd sound, or strange smell.
The redhead is not in any way shy and will approach others without a second thought, to introduce herself or simply insert herself into whatever conversation is going on, even if she doesn't understand it. She makes easy friends with animals and plants, and is most likely to be found outside if she has nothing that she is supposed to be doing.
The teenage girl appears very much like a younger version of her mother, making their relation near unmistakable upon sight. Red hair and pale complexion a common trait among her close family, it would seem, and her cyan gaze deep and intelligent as that of her mother. She has a rather bouncy gait, bright features which more often than not carry an easy smile. There is something of an otherworldly beauty about her that one cannot quite put their finger on, at least from the corner of their eye, almost like an illusion. For when looking straight upon her, she seems like any other average witch who is simply new to the area, made rather obvious with her thick Irish accent.
Her friends are not immune to her whimsy or her impish playful streak of pranks and jokes, in fact they are probably in the firing line more than anyone else. But at least they can rest in the knowledge that they only receive harmless ones that are designed to make them smile or laugh. Aside from that, she is fiercely territorial and protective of those who would become close enough to be regarded as friends, unforgiving toward those who would harm them.
Regardless of whether she knows them well or not, Aisling feels a sense of love and responsibility toward family and a desire to keep them close and protected, even though she knows she is likely to be the one who needs protection at least at the moment.
Yet to be explored.
There are few worse enemies one can have than a Faeborn, and Aisling - for all her sweetness - is no different when it comes to those who have wronged her or someone she cares for. What's worse is that she has been raised in a world without the laws of the mortal realm, and so explaining right from wrong is a difficult debate with she who only knows that there is a price for every action, good or bad.
The mysterious daughter of one Caitlin Sullivan, Aisling returned with her mother around seven months after Cate's disappearance. Whatever history she has, she can't remember exact details, but she knows enough that she was stolen or kept from her mother for a long time until having been found and brought to the mortal world with Caitlin. And she knows that she is a stranger to this place.
In fact, Aisling was indeed born to Caitlin an unknown number of years ago. As time can pass differently between the Faerie Realms and Earth, there is no way of truly knowing her age. It was not long after her birth, however, that Cate was taken away to the mortal realm and forced to leave her daughter behind due to the nature of the girl's father, and the fact that if she ever left then he would no longer be trapped within the enchantment that his own foremother had placed on her Court before her own disappearance.
So it was that Aisling grew up among her Fae kin, though always knew that there was a piece of her that didn't belong, and a part of her that was missing. It took time, but one day she was able to make contact after she felt a strange influx of power within herself that was not from the realm she lived in. She reached out along this thread, to try and find where it would end up, and somehow managed to call a women to her home. Her own mother.
They were found out by her father, but with some assistance from some of her friends, they managed to escape from him and Caitlin was able to take Aisling to the mortal realm with her. Except, without any real memory of the circumstances behind their separation, nor realisation of the results of such. Only that they were reunited, and that the teenage Fae now had a great deal of learning and adjusting to do in this new place.