Character type: Dragonrider
Appearance: Standing 6'1" Me'ard is neither a big man nor a slight one either. He has strong shoulders on him but no real defenision to his waist. His complexion is a dark olive with only a freckle here and there. His hair is black and cut to around a inch all over, often laying in every which direction it wishes. His eyes though are a soft brown hazel and shaped in a perfect almond shape. He has a goatee that is always kept trimmed and neat.
Personality: Me'ard is a friendly man, offering a smile and a helping hand as often as he can. Never having had a easy life he makes sureo tnever take anything for grantited. Always a flirt he indulges of both genders feeling that nothing should be viewed as off limits when you chance death as a rider. He is a person that many would turn to for a shoulder and has become a good listener and offers any advice he might have. Only a few times in his life has Me'ard really ever been befuddled but they are points that he will never forget. He has never been lucky in the love category but he still enjoys the lovers he takes and figures that one day one will jump out at him as the one to hold onto.
History: Mer'ad never knew who his parents were just that they were riders, but this never bothered him. He was raised in the Creche and lead a happy youth. At age 12 he was granded permission to study with the Dragonhealers as an apprentice. He loved his work with the dragons and worked hard to walk the tables to Journeyman at the age of 19. It was only months later he decided to chance the sands and see if he could follow in his parents footsteps to become a rider. It was his second time on the sands that he impressed a smoky blue dragon. Mer'ad enjoyed the learning process of shifting from just a healer to a rider and the help that his healer training offered. The pair within a year of graduating weyrlinghood started to assist with the weyrlings at Telgar. Word spread of a weyr growing in the southern continent and curiousity tugged at Mer'ad and Chareliath. Requesting a transfer it took time but it was everntually granted. THe pair quickly readied to move to the southern continent with hopes of continuing in the education of th young dragonriders at teh youngweyr.
Information about Me'ard's pets
Pet Name: Japfer
Pet Type: Blue Firelizard
Appearance: Hatching date: 22.09.12
Personality: He is a boy who will fight for everything and anything he wants or thinks is right. He won’t sit by and let someone be hurt if he can help it and is all too willing to use claws and teeth to get his point across. It might get him in trouble sure, but why should he care? He was in the right and if someone tries to retaliate he’ll flick between before you can even blink at him. He is there to defend and he’s not going to let anyone berate him for it. He really is a loyal and caring blue he loves his pet and will take care of him however he can, but training him /not/ to go after people who merely speak to him in a bad tone will probably be Me’ard’s biggest problem.
Information about Me'ard's dragon
Dragon Name: Chareliath
Wing (Weyrling Group): WeyrlingMasters
Appearance: A strange smokey blue with patches on his back that are a darker greyed blue. He is a moderate sized blue being on the leaner side. He has a large thread scar on his right shoulder that shows a dark blue now. He maybe lean but he is even at sight noticable muscled.
Personality: Confident and bold, he is sure of himself but not cocky. He will take risks but only if their is no other option. He often discusses things with his that intregue him. Though most think of blues as good with words he often find himself short of them in flights.
Weyr of Origin: Telgar
Abilites and weaknesses: Actually has relatively good stamina for his size.
Information about Me'ard's craft
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