Well, here we go. I don't quite know the background fluff of the setting, as I kinda just dived into the meat and potatoes of the rulebook. Forgive me if the background sounds a little generic for now.
Talira has never been the kind of person to stay in one place. Even as a child, she always wandered off, exploring or just wondering whats behind the next hill. Her parents always had fussed about how she would eventually get lost or eaten. Once she was old enough to be considered an adult, she wished her parents farewell, and left on a grand adventure! She walked the horizons, her wanderlust carrying her from place to place, where she absorbed a love of the land. She learned what was safe to eat by watching the bear cubs foraging for berries, or caught fish with her bare hands by studying the hawks diving for prey in the rivers. A kind dryad taught her the basics of druidism, and with those new skills she flourished even more.
As a fledgling druid, Talira had come across a small elven encampment deep in the woods, empty except for the discarded skins of the inhabitants. A necromancer murdered them all and raised the skeletons of the elves, and the images scarred her. She swore an oath to the trees that she would be a force to balance the evil in the world. From then on, she did what she could to help everyone she met, even those less humanoid. Ananise became her companion because Talira saved her from being eaten by a fungal crawler.
She began her adventuring career on accident really, hearing the sounds of battle being done not far away in the forest. She arrived just in time to help a novice group of heroes defend against a wave of hobgoblins. Once the fight was done, she happily signed on with the band of adventurers. Taking a support role, she used her skills and talents to help shape terrain to the groups advantage, heal when needed, and neutralize evil spellcasters by taking a wolf form and ganging up on them with Ananise. Talira even picked up some pointers from the rogue on group tactics and trap finding, just in case.
After several years of successful adventuring with the group, it all had to come to an end. We parted ways, but she and her companion still wandered the lands, helping those in need. She longed for the days when she could travel with a group, and really feel like she was helping bring balance against the evil deeds being done, and so, kept her eyes open for another chance to team up with others on quests for what's right and good.