Character type: Dragonrider
Appearance: Tanoi has radient, viridian-green eyes that are
Personality: An intensely private person, Tanoi keeps herself to herself and very rarely feels the urge to tell others about her problems. As such, she cannot understand it when her people drone on and on and on about theirs, and quickly becomes irritated with it. She is courteous to her superiors, and appears very submissive and timid to them. Her mind, however, is quick and shrewd. Tanoi does have a tendency to daydream, humming absently whilst staring at a perfectly innocuous wall. She covers an innate deviousness with practiced vapid innocence, while her thoughts are a running comentary of pointed comments and sadistic notes.
History: Birthday: 01/02 (d/m)
Information about Tanoi's dragon
Dragon Name: Merleth
Age: 18 Months
Wing (Weyrling Group): None
Appearance: Not the prettiest and far from the strongest in his Clutch, Merleth has started life at a disadvantage. He seems to have suffered from a lack of nutrition in the egg, and it's left the small blue almost skeletal. His eyes seem sunken into his head, and his wings are pathetically shriveled - he sticks them out wildly in an attempt to keep his balance. His hide is a
Personality: Despite that, Merleth showed the determination to finally break through his egg and make it to his rider, and it's a determination he'll keep showing
Weyr of Origin: Arolos
Abilites and weaknesses: The other trait, which his rider will have to learn to cope with, is Merleth's insomnia. The dead of night seems to be the perfect time to the little blue, in which he can practice his lessons and try to stretch his wings. That way he can surprise his Clutchmates one day when he catches up with them all.
Information about Tanoi's craft
Craft: Senior Apprentice Weaver
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