Name Pronounced: tighv (TAW-eev)
Appearance: Tauyve towers above people being 6 feet-3 inches of intimidation for those who fear rankers. Such height made him slender -- all dark and mysterious too -- with firm lines where musculature accentuates his entire body. All over him the fair skin has an unmistakable strength and he looks capable, his posture being like any self-confident bronzerider.
Personality: A sense of oddness follows Tauyve wherever he goes. Never has the flamboyance been held back since his pride denies any reason he should hide stuff about himself. Did he commit a crime that'd warrant hiding? Not a chance! He demands honesty from himself and believes people need at least half-truths despite any sarcastic remark he'll toss into his contributions. He never takes a relationship seriously, giving all his passion then separates without emotional baggage. Another person can furnish what he wants after he provokes them some with any resultant battle of wills being good foreplay for him.
History: Birthdate -13t 07m 21d
Information about T'yve (Tauyve)'s dragon
Dragon Name: Jengruth
Age: 9 turns
Wing (Weyrling Group): CandidateMasters
Appearance: Most bronze dragons are shiny and Jengruth, the coppery-hued bronze, likewise becomes a vivid flame amid sunlight. A bronzish-sienna freckles his large wingsails with their radiant pattern seeming fluid but different once he moves the sinuous body around. People can watch, people can wonder despite never quite pinpointing what exact design are on him. He has good length though, 37 feet long and having a whipcord figure ready for what sharp turns flummox many of the bulkier bronzes.
Personality: A female dragon is proddy? A dare from some upstart candidate? People stir his vivacious mood easily and Jengruth tackles their challenge to avoid boredom with his vigor. There are several decision he made that he'll never change. It should be a privilege when he deems people worthy of calling his rider Tauyve! Very few meet his high standards and he strictly enforces them, for him honor and intregity are important. Too many question him and lose his respect since they obviously don't recognize who is the better dragon, namely himself.
Weyr of Origin: Fort
Abilites and weaknesses: He is agile and graceful both mentally and physically. He talks smoothly when someone catches him off-guard and conceals his uncertain state from their view. To a lesser extent he has stamina but neither his speed nor gaining speed are that great.
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