The two's relationship started off in the most peculiar of ways. Caitlyn was hammered in the back of Millie Cibulkova's beamer only to be greeted with "Who the fuck are you?" from a very boisterous Magnus. Caitlyn looked to Magnus not only for his love and affection as her boyfriend, but also his incredible energy and tenacity. She saw him as a valuable person, and put a lot of faith and trust in him, as one in her position would. His leadership was something that she valued greatly and looked up to. Perhaps one day she'd have that confidence, she thinks to herself.
The man who hides in the shadows. Charles always felt like that background extra from a movie or a TV show to Cait, she never really did see much of him as the others usually took center stage while he just stayed quiet and cracked the odd joke now and then regarding mutinies and shit like that. Something always felt off, and awkward about him, his carefree attitude and lack of empathy or sympathy towards others was strange to Caitlyn. Later down the line she'd see a crack form in him with a tragic event reshaping the two's friendship in an unexpected manner. Cait relies on him heavily now to help carry the grief and burden she feels on her shoulders.
Caitlyn looks at Martin as if he's second in command- though she assumes most people do that anyway. She sees him as a very hot headed, easily irritated, but yet misunderstood. Perhaps he's just sick of the bullshit that's happening in Chernarus and just wants to go home? Can't be certain. Has to be sticking around with the Fishermen for some reason, right? Despite this incredible fire in his eyes and voice, the lad's got an insane amount of power all pent up inside, and he proves that in fights and holdup situations. He'd make for a very frightening, potentially violent interrogator, she would think. Despite this, when Magnus isn't around, Martin is the next person she would look to.
Another relatively intimidating man of the Fishermen, but, a lot more mature than Martin for sure. Caitlyn is sometimes a little bit scared when Ralf raises his voice, he seems to be pretty easily angered, yet for good reason: He wants to get shit done. He once turned a chick on by telling her that he was going to kill her if she didn't stop spouting shit. Or at least, that's what she assumed given that the woman spoke to her afterwards asking for his name and saying she "Kinda liked" him. When he's not being aggressive, Caitlyn can get behind the reasoning, he's a sound guy. Still, makes her feel incredibly small when he gets loud. He'd probably beat the shit out of someone in front of the public eye if he had the chance, she thinks to herself.
Will he ever stop flirting with girls? Caitlyn feels kind of blessed that he doesn't flirt with her- but then again she's in a relationship. Maybe things would be different if she weren't the girlfriend of the leader of the Fishermen but either way. Marc is a unique guy, always dresses in blue and stands out among the Fishermen. It's a breath of fresh air compared to all the black and green tones- next to Strawberry that is. Marc in Caitlyn's eyes, aside from the simping, is a pretty sound person. They don't always see eye to eye, she assumes, but at least they can be friends. After seeing him get lit up by tracer rounds she cares a little more about him, concerned about his injuries as anyone should. But that won't stop King Simp. He's just got more war stories to impress the ladies with.
Former leader of the New Divide, AKA the Olsha people, Caitlyn has always seen Lee as a very levelheaded guy, but can only imagine how stressed and annoyed his was with the collapse of his community. After joining the Fishermen, Lee and Caitlyn have gotten to know each other a little more, albeit not too much. The two as Brits can probably enjoy the little things and share similarities to discuss from back home. As far as she's aware, he's a chill person, good leader and a potential friend, but she's yet to see anything more, yet.
That's not her real name by the way. Strawberry is... Quiet. She's also- Nevermind. Strawberry is a sweet, yet feisty, potentially vicious chick. Former RAC, she clearly has the capability to hold her own ground and performs well under pressure on the battlefield. It makes Caitlyn a little jealous, and also embarrassed. But the difference between the two is that Strawberry is trained for these kind of situations and Caitlyn is just a psychiatrist. That being said, she values Strawberry as a friend, and has no ill will towards past relationships. Maybe one day she can live up to being as good as Strawberry with a gun.
Damian is young, and a budding, hopeful boy that has great potential to help those in need. While he does work alongside the Fishermen, he's also helping out HARO, and helped keep a patient in check with Caitlyn's assistance and instructions. The two know each other from Olsha of course, but it seemed as if Damian was getting bored of the same old same old, and wanted something a little more exciting, hence going on adventures with the Fishermen. Caitlyn admires him in the sense that he has such a spontaneous and bubbly personality, but she fears that it might get swallowed up in the foreseeable future, his childhood/teenagehood taken away too quickly by the impending doom that is the end of the world.
Matouš is a curious creature. He always talks about a man named Dimitri but the others shrug it off and tell him he doesn't exist. There's something that makes Cait feel a little bit uncomfortable around Matouš, perhaps it's the fact that he's almost always incredibly cool headed whenever she sees him? That being said, she definitely knows he can raise his voice, though that's a given, knowing he is a former member of RAC. He's like a Russian Bob Ross. Once a member of the military, but now a very calm and collected man.
So she thinks.
Rae suffers from Aphasia, and so she utilizes a range of sound clips to get her point across. Caitlyn's personal favourite is "Blub blub, fish boy" from a previous encounter with an unfortunate soul. Rae's music taste is pretty decent, and Cait does not mind kicking back and rocking out to some tunes when Rae's driving around. Though, she's absolutely ferocious on twitter, and Cait is a bit worried about the girl's sanity. She needs to chill.