Once upon a time, there was a young faerie living in the real world...
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Theresa is a kind and gentle soul. She's one of those rare in between types where you know that she's kind but if you get on her nerves or hurt those she loves, she'll be out for blood. She's a bit shy but not as shy as she was when she was younger. After all, over five hundred years of life does that to a person. She's extremely intelligent which, again isn't all that surprising.
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Theresa Crete Seelie-Drade used to have a family. It was beautiful. She lived in the forests of Romania with the rest of her kind, the fey. You see, the fey are an extremely secretive race. It's rare for anyone from the mundane world to even see one, let alone interact. Now, that's the first rule of the fey. Avoid all contact with humans unless necessary. That's how she lost her older brother, David. He fell in love with a human and ran away with her.
She's never allowed to think of him.
Next, her brother Brandon died in a forest fire along with her parents. Tess was official an orphan. At the young age of 294 years, she left the forest and because of that, she was never allowed back. She wandered for a while, before literally stumbling into Austria. That's how she ran into a druid that pointed her towards Olympus Academy. That's where she met her first friend, John Roger. Those two just seemed to...click. Tess found herself falling for the High Elf. Of course, she didn't tell the boy that. The last thing she wanted was to lose him. Which, ended up happening anyways. It broke her heart but she continued on with her life. She became the History 201 professor and eventually the Deputy Headmistress.
A hundred years passed and John came back. She was pissed to say the least (let's just say their reunion wasn't tear stained. More like John got a very red hand mark on his face). However, she was soon to discover that he was teaching...the middle school equivalent of her class. Don't worry, she's forgiven him.
She absolutely loves teaching and doesn't regret a thing.