Estonia woke during the early period of her people’s settlements, and she travelled with them until she was found later by a man visiting her country’s boundaries. He gave her the name Aestii. This man, she later learned was named, Tacitus, a Roman historian. After she was given this name, Estonia sneaked around and looked for people like her - those that did not age, as Tacitus had mentioned meeting some like her. Before the Vikings began to invade, she managed to find and befriend, Finland, and much later after some incident, Hungary.
When the Viking Raids began, Estonia opted to move away from the home she had made and live farther out of reach of those invaders, as per requests from Hallar and Anu, a couple that she had been friends with. Of course, this did not much as she was visited by both Denmark and Prussia who had come to ‘Christianize’ her. Estonia fought this for all she was worth but in the end, she was taken over by the Danes, and partly by the Teutonic Knights, where she was forced to learn the Christian teachings. She disliked almost every moment as this new faith made no sense to her. She has never quite taken to it.
Estonia lived with Denmark before Prussia came and took her to live with the Teutonic Knights and Livionia, who was said to be related to her, but she doesn’t really care. Most of the time, her days were used to argue and argue until she got sent to a room. It was around this time, that she became accustomed to being alone and reading/listening to stories. It was also around this time, that Estonia began thinking about running away and hiding in the wild until she could control her own nation. After a while, Estonia began to feel tugging and burning around her skin as her country was torn from the south and the north.
After all this went down, and her people divided themselves, came back together and joined, Estonia was brought to live with Poland and Lithuania, along with Latvia, whom she began to take a liking to. She argued her motherly instincts, but she realised that she didn’t really have any and that the Latvian grew on her, like family. Poland and Lithuania shortly followed, but their relationship was rocky with her as Estonia constantly argued like she was used to. Eventually, though, she calmed down and settled into a role there, rising each day to help out. This came to change when Finland and Sweden came down to take her and Latvia to live with them.
Parting from her life with Poland and Lithuania was hard so she quickly clammed up and became stubborn to talk to, preferring to stay with her books and writings. Later on, when Sweden built her country a university, Estonia slowly opened up but that didn’t last long as she realised that she could never go to school there, not while she lived as a nation during a time of continual war and ever changing places. Estonia tried to get Sweden to let her move to a home in her own country, but that never went and so she slowly but...