Character type: Weyrling
Appearance: St’bry is a tall well built man, a miner born and bred and it shows. His arms are thick and muscular, his legs like some small tree trunks, but he’s oddly agile for someone of his size. There might be a bit more in the way of weight on him than most people his height but it’s all muscle from turns of work. His hair is a warm blonde color, his eyes a brown that’s nearly black and his skin tone is tanned from his recent time at Arolos.
Personality: Stolid and reliable is St’bry, he’s worked in the mines since he was old enough to hold a pickaxe and he knows what responsibility is. You can’t muck about down there without realizing how your life could change in a second. He’s loyal to his friends, and tends to stay away from confrontation unless pushed to it. He’s more of an enforcer than anything else. Rules are made to be followed, broken ones do no one any good. For all that he’s not overly stuffy, he’s a good friend to have and likes to enjoy his free time with various games or just hanging out with his friends.
History: Birthing Day: 8.04.11.15
Information about St'bry's dragon
Dragon Name: Wishath
Wing (Weyrling Group): FeastCrashers
Appearance: Wishath is a slim little green, her colour making her one of the more pale, pastel-shaded dragons. Her hide has a glorious gleam to it when clean; when she's close to rising it might even seem to sparkle!
Personality: Some dragons have stronger morals than others. Wishath has very firm ideas of the differences between good behaviour and bad behaviour. Good behaviour should be rewarded by having your fondest desires fufilled and Wishath will do her best to make that happen -- and if she can't, she'll try to convince others to do it instead.
Weyr of Origin: Arolos
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Information about St'bry's craft
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