Character type: Dragonrider
Appearance: 6’3” with broad shoulders and a lean strong build. Tousled shoulder length blonde hair. His complexion is a wonderful tan. His eyes an inviting chestnut. His face is young looking with definitely masculine features but they are not hard ones. He carries himself in a very confident manner and most just seems to know he is a bronzer. He has a thick thread score over his left shoulder blade from his first flight fighting thread and long scars across his back and a few across his chest from beatings to get him to think like all others at High Reaches.
Personality: A clever young man and ever the flirt. One who is always willing to prove his and his lifemates worth as potential mates. Many have called him cocky but he has never failed yet to live up to anything he said he would do. He is reliable as a friend or a wingrider. He has a soft spot for children. Is a little on the ambious side sometimes though he is not obsessed with rank. Though he is a true bronzer in one sense he loves the ladies.
History: BD- 7.17
Information about C'rigan's dragon
Dragon Name: Kavanth
Wing (Weyrling Group): Wind-dance Fury
Appearance: A radiant Bronze that is a little on the brassier side. He is large and heavily muscled. His head is very angular with large eyes. His wings are large and long but on the narrower side.
Personality: A show boat in the air and aggressive in flights. Can be very patient with non-riders. Somewhat on the vain side about his and his lifemates appearances. Would like to see himself and his advance through the ranks.
Weyr of Origin: High Reaches
Abilites and weaknesses: Female!!!!! He loves flights and will chase any chance he feels in the mood which is often. He is good in fighting thread being of great stamina but he is daring and over confident at times.
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