Ruth's arrival to the island of Loriah was not quite chance as much as a deliberate act. Brought from the skies above at a very young age, she was abandoned on the island of Loriah by her parents and left alone without memories of those who brought her here. Left to wandering around the forest where the apes live in a treetown, she learned the basic elements of living in nature. As Ruth grew older, she wandered farther away from the forest that she considered home, and met all sorts of people as she was traveling. She found that she liked the company of others. While wandering around during her early days of traveling, she came across a friendly old druid, who willingly taught her the skills and spells of being a druid, and then showed her where all the great druids meet and train.
Ruth had many friends. One of her first friends was, oddly, a great death knight barbarian known as Lalli. While she adventured out, she found herself in love with a fellow angel called Arcangel. Soon after, Arcangel and Ruth decided to become married. Arcangel was her husband and protector as an angel paladin. Ruth found that love can be fleeting and short when one's love was often gone....
As she grew older, her care and love of others brought her to join the ranks of healers, studying carefully how one could heal the wounds of another. Mirthfully, she joined other travelers and adventurers to heal their wounds during fights, providing what skills she had to accomplishing their task. She found herself in a close knit group of friends who had fun bantering and playing as they went around creating all sorts of mischief.
Her life, however, was not to be her "happy ever after" that she had so earnestly hoped for. The mighty wrath of the unknown Gods sought to punish her friends for the mischief they caused, unbeknownst to Ruth, and she bore witness to the deaths of her few dear friends. For what seemed like ages, she grieved and mourned the loss of her friends. She would wander aimlessly around the island not caring for the world around her, and in this despair, she became restless and tired of her skills as a druid healer.
Over many passings of moons and suns, she finally decided that it was time to make new friends and meet new people. Having little love left for her husband that she rarely saw, she decided to become single once more, and requested a divorce so that she would not feel burdened with the vows of marriage. Ruth then realized that the time had come to seek out a new adventure as something other than a druid healer.