Wild Raven, daughter of the Raven Princess.
Story: The Raven
Personality: Befitting her name, Wilde is certainly an untamed princess. Basically raising herself and the ability to change her form into a Raven at will, Wilde is an independent spirit. She's very much someone whose actions speak themselves. Although, this princess is wild child, she has a soft spot for the few close to her.
BFFA: Emil Sneson
The Raven is a story by the brothers Grimm. It's about a young princess who either would not behave or would not stop crying. Her mother, in her irritation, wished the small child would just turn into a raven and fly off. So twas done. Years later, the raven princess meets a man, telling him she is a kings daughter and gives him specific instructions so her curse will be broken. Which it is.
Her last name is Raven for obvious reasons. As I was looking through a list of German girl names and meanings, I found Wilde, which obviously means untamed, which I thought fitting. Since the princess was cursed because she would not stop crying, thus being 'untamed.'
Wilde, while an over all nice person, has little patience, despite that she will need it in her future story. (There's a lot of trial and error and waiting.) She also has a very poor relationship with her parents. Since most children in Ever After are brought up since an early age for their future roles, Wilde has been cursed and allowed to run a muck since she could barely walk. As a result, Wilde often runs away from the castle, When she was little, she left but came back frequently due her being a child and little idea on how to care for herself. But as she grew older she left with more time in between, only returning when she felt obligated too. Like holidays and important events. So she would be gone for months at a time with little question. As a result, Wilde is someone who does not approve of being told what to do. Since, in her mind, she is an adult who can care for herself and expects to be treated as such. Wilde, since she first ran away, spends most of her time in the woods as a raven, meaning she primarily acts on instinct and reason, rather than emotion.