Amy Ramallae of the Tribe of Monaghan is a model of Bicíní Industries and student of veterinary medicine at the University of Launceston. She is a member of its swimmer team as well and owner of the Lapa Cealg.
Amy was born in 1991 in Tipa, in the Baile, as the daughter of a houseman and his wife, the fisheries researcher Finnya Ramallae of the Tribe of Monaghan. Her life was always close entwined to the sea and her earliest memories are of accompanying her mother on conferences about her topics of over-fishing and sea-pollution.
Having an unassuming educational career, Amy only really exceeded in sports, when it came to fishing. In the other subjects, she was solid. With entering Middle School, and the full-fledged education in sciences, Amy's grades in these subjects sky-rocketed, much to her own surprise. She graduated in 2010.
It did not surprise anyone, that she started to study... though the subject did surprise: Veterinary Medicine at the University of Launceston, specialized in marine animals and pets. To gain financial independence from her parents, Amy began to work as a model for model of Bicíní Industries, starting with the 2011 Archipelago Shooting. She also joined her university's swimmer team in 2011.
In 2015, during said Archipelago Shooting, Amy found the Lapa Cealg, badly injured and almost dead, and stabilized him, bringing him back home to Launceston. There, she and her fellow researchers diagnozed him with a rare genetic disorder, that left him with no poison glands. Further analysis and testing revealed this defect to be reproductable, which delighted fox breeders all over the Free Lands. She kept Lapa for herself and her own cuddles, though.
In 2018, she was in the Archipelago for a shooting and invited Chris and Cel for a beach party.
Amy is very proud of her body and goes to lengths to preserve it. She is single, although she had been in a few relationships in the past.
Amy loves Cealg and Cealg loves Amy, and both love to cuddle.