I wouldn’t exactly call Maud Pie introverted. Not to step on any toes in terms of stereotypes, but there are some clear differences between being an Introvert and being an Aspie. And at the very least, this is me speaking as someone who is definitely an introvert, and someone who has had 3 Aspie friends in his life.
As a lowkey-midkey introvert, I find spending time with friends to be enjoyable but taxing. I feel pleasure hanging out with the friends I like, but still find it taxing cause I’m not fully relaxed. The taxing nature of hanging out as an introvert usually decreases to zero with family I’m especially close with, like my bro.
Maud doesn’t seem to be introverted. She doesn’t seemed to be taxed with hanging out with strangers, Pinkie’s friends, just unable to get to the same wavelength as other people, and realizing that. Regardless of stereotypes, a lot of Aspie people can understand social interactions just fine, but simply have a hard time with flexible communication for those interactions.