Blowing out the candles
Because a happy character usually means an unhappy reader.
1853 
Somebody once asked me if Eriu has ever been portrayed (since I once mentioned she does not like when people take photos of her). Obviously, she has. Considering herself someone more than-a-human, naming herself after a goddess and such, she knew she deserves more than a common bread eater. So, following nobility’s example (even though she despised many of the aspects of such life), she posed many times before many of the greatest painters of old eras. 
Here I give you probably one of the most recent portaits of this lady. Already with short hair and with her moonstone necklace.

1853 

Somebody once asked me if Eriu has ever been portrayed (since I once mentioned she does not like when people take photos of her). Obviously, she has. Considering herself someone more than-a-human, naming herself after a goddess and such, she knew she deserves more than a common bread eater. So, following nobility’s example (even though she despised many of the aspects of such life), she posed many times before many of the greatest painters of old eras. 

Here I give you probably one of the most recent portaits of this lady. Already with short hair and with her moonstone necklace.