Character type: Weyrling
Appearance: Elathaya is a taller and slightly awkward looking girl that hasn't quite grown into herself yet despite her age. She has always been skinny and a bit on the weak side, but being a Weyrling is putting muscle on her. She'll never quite be beautiful, but could be considered cute despite her freckles. She has long brown hair and blue eyes.
Personality: Elathaya is a happy girl and easy going. She's glad to go along with things. Perhaps too easy to go along with things as this has gotten her into trouble when her friends have done things that aren't such good ideas. She's also willing to take the blame for some things, wanting to protect her friends. To a point. She will stand up for what's right when she really feels it's necessary, however, and can sometimes be the voice of reason.
History: Elathaya was born in the cold of High Reaches and as she grew up she quickly grew to hate it. She had good parents and a couple of siblings and a happy life other than the 'abuse' of having to endure the cold. As soon as she could Stand, she applied to transfer to Arolos and was accepted. There she took up the beastcraft and spent the next 6 turns Standing. Just as she was getting frustrated that she'd never Impress, beautiful Persepheth stepped off the Sands only for her to quickly discover her lifemates love of...snow.
Information about Elathaya's dragon
Dragon Name: Persepheth
Age: 7 months
Wing (Weyrling Group): Forgotten of Foreth (Off-Screen Hatching)
Appearance: Foreth's Fuzzies
Personality: Persepheth will be a mercurial dragon of two moods. Positive and negative. She will respond strongly to things that happen around her, particularly death and pain to those around her and will be the first to rush to those impacted by it.
Weyr of Origin: Arolos
Abilites and weaknesses: Persepeth is a sleekly built dragon that will be fast and agile.
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