Fionnuala Duff is the daughter of the king's youngest son from The Black Thief and Knight of the Glen, an Irish fairy tale appearing in Andrew Lang's Red Fairy Book.
Name: Fionnuala Duff
Parent's Story: The Black Thief and Knight of the Glen
Roommate: Alexandra Pelz
Secret Heart's Desire: To become a champion at card playing.
My "Magic" Touch: I am good at playing cards. Dad taught me.
Storybook Romance Status: I have a thing for Karim Kisamata.
"Oh Curses!" Moment: I get very nervous around furnaces. Someone tried to boil my dad and his brothers in one.
Favorite Subject: Heroics 101. It's great to be the hero.
Least Favorite Subject: Chemythstry. There's fire in this class - too much for me.
Best Friend Forever After: Therese Lebeau. She's a fun girl. Also, my boyfriend Kamil.
Fionnuala is slightly below average height, with pale skin and freckles, long, curly auburn hair and green eyes. She wears a green shirt, a green jacket, black pants, and a blue scarf.
Fionnuala is a master with the cards. She loves playing cards, as well as doing all sorts of card tricks. She always keeps her cards neatly organized.
Hello! My name is Fionnuala Duff. My father was the youngest of three sons of a king. The king had a second wife, who was an evil stepmother to his sons. She decided to play cards with her sons for a geasa. The third one managed to beat her. She was ordered to stand n a tower until they returned. They eventually met the Black Thief of Sloan. The thief managed to spare Dad and his brothers from their stepmother.
I am an only child. I have a number of cousins. I go to Ever After High, where I'm doing good. I enjoy playing cards here. I often enter the card tournaments and I've won a few of them. It's a pretty fun thing to do.
I'm a Royal since I want to continue my father's legacy. I am dating a Rebel, though. His name is Karim Kisamata. He's a nice guy, and he's fun to be around. Unfortunately, his father doesn't like me, but his mother does. I try to deal with it the best way I can.
Fionnuala's surname is derived from Irish Gaelic.dubh meaning "black".