Name Pronounced: Muh-rof
Appearance: M'roph's expression tends towards the day-dreamy sort. There's always a vaguely dazed look in his brown eyes; an expression which suggests his attention left you half a conversation ago and now he's just standing there to be polite.
Personality: Over a number of turns, M'roph has become used to the idea that the world is full of people who want to do his thinking for him, and he's quite happy about that. He doesn't have to consider his schedule, how often he should hunt or bathe Brith, or even who he should like. There's always someone ready and waiting to take the lead and do that for him, and M'roph has always let them.
History: No-one ever expected much of M'roph and he rewarded them by giving them exactly what they expected. Child of a greenrider and a drudge, and slow to mature, he was written off as stupid early on. M'roph was fine with that. If no-one expects much of you, you have to work less.
Information about M'roph's dragon
Dragon Name: Brith
Wing (Weyrling Group): None
Appearance: Brith is a slender green. She worries somewhat overmuch about being *pretty*, and refuses to hunt too much at once in case it makes her stomach bulge out. It means she has to hunt more often, but she feels this is a fair price to pay.
Personality: Brith lives to be admired. Tell her she's pretty and she'll be your friend forever. Suggest her hide is looking a bit dull and be prepared for a colassal sulk, lasting until she forgets why she was annoyed.
Weyr of Origin: Fort
Abilites and weaknesses: Brith's speediness in Fall is only hindered by her tendency to show off. If she notices a male watching her, her behaviour is likely to change drastically and her performance to drop. This is exasperating to Wingleaders, who wanted to *correct* her, not to flirt with her!
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