Ah, yes, good etiquette demands
I remain soft and accessible in the face of my own ending
So I will try to be discreet
Through my full-blown implosion
I'll stay golden and retreat into my sweetest fantasy
Love Interest: None
Personality: Incredibly quiet and soft spoken initially, but once warmed up to she's exciteable and loves a good joke. She's incredibly anxious, and will often blow things out of proportion, but for the most part looks for the good in the world and maintains a certain level of optimism. Has difficulty expressing emotion.
Likes: Peace and quiet, nature, a good joke
Dislikes: Loud noises, conflict, uncaring people
Relation to TLK: Lives at the tree of life, joins the night pride, healed by Nirmala and friends with Rani and Kion
Doodle speaks very little of her past and her childhood. She alludes to it often, but will never fully go into detail of what happened to her. Wanting to escape what she'd been running from, she journeys to the tree of life, where she is welcomed with open arms by Queen Rani and King Kion. She's grateful, after a long journey and a lot of suffering, to find a place so welcoming that she can finally settle into.
Nirmala, the tree of life's healer, tries to urge Doodle to open up to her. Doodle doesn't want to, but Nirmala insists it's a part of her recovery that needs to be done. Doodle tried to assure her that she wasn't physically hurt or unwell, but Nirmala explained that not all inury has a visable wound.
Doodle knows that Nirmala is right, and slowly but surely, begins to take in and follow her advice. After some time, and some work, she feels more at peace. Though she will always carry her past and trauma with her, it doesn't define her, and she can live her life. She opens up a lot more at this point, growing close to Kion and Rani, and even joining the night pride to help protect the tree of life.