Eleanor is a 1,79 metres tall, somewhat curvy Dollsplit who is over 300 years old.
Dollsplits are a specific kind of toy demons, who mainly lives in old dolls and puppets. They are harmless towards humanoids and are most likely known to live secretly in apartments all around the world. Not like dream demons, they aren't in need of a living host — they take over puppets and uses them to get their nourishment, which is the joy of humanoids, especially children and teenager. A Dollsplit is just able to be born if a young demon splits in two new demons. They have the ability to get invisible, spinning huge webs like a spider, using voodoo magic and they can float.
Eleanor and Faye once were one being called Arcene. Arcene was a young demon, a reborn sinful human, who was a part of several fatal crimes. She never behaved well and it was most likely that she will become a dream demon like a Kiseima. But one day, her soul split apart and Arcene became two new demonic creatures. One of the two was always talkative and quirky while the other one was vicious and quiet. Soon they become both Dollsplits and were sent to earth. Both woke up somewhere near London and started to search for two bodies. When they found a little toy store, both of them possessed a pair of princess-looking dolls. The shop didn't stay long their home. A little girl and her mother bought the gorgeous dolls and gave them the names they kept forever — Eleanor and Faye. Marybell, how the little girl was called, loved her two princesses and played with them every single day. However, she preferred the puppet with the energetic expression over the cold and slightly arrogant looking one a lot and Eleanor felt horrible for her 'sister', as she was calling Faye back then. The girl kept her dolls for a long time until she got her own daughter, who loved the later inherited dolls as much as her mother. This happened over many many years and not just once. On the end, the dolls became antiques and was sold in an auction in Birmingham to a Japanese collector. Both got unhappy in their new home. (Continued in the comment section)