Character type: Weyrling
Appearance: Ozryn's a fairly ordinary looking lad. At 15 he's a shade over 5'5" and it looks like he's still go a bit of growing to do. Even at this age his shoulders are quite broad, as is his waist, and it looks like he might grow up into quite a heafty-set man. His dark blond/light brown hair is kept short, though it's a little longer on the front and he likes to try and style it into a kind of peak. He's got blue eyes, and a ready smile for everyone he comes across.
Personality: Ozryn wanted to be a Harper. Really he did. He likes to sing, and he's really good at keeping a beat. But somehow, someway he's ended up with the guards. He's not unhappy with the situation, though he does keep trying to play drums for the Harpers in his spare time, and as it turns out he's looking to be rather good at guarding.
History: Born in South Boll Ozryn's mother was a weaver, and his father a guard forcibly retired through injury. With his mother working and his father at home it was Ozlan that gave him and his two sisters most of their education. Life was pretty laid back and easy for them during their formative turns in South Boll, the climate lending itself to an easy way of life.
Information about Ozryn's dragon
Dragon Name: Philocth
Wing (Weyrling Group): None
Personality: Philocth is an arrogant brown. He's a darn good threadfighter- even if he is smaller than the modern dragons- and he cheerfully lets his success go to his head. He is charismatic for the most part, especially towards higher ranking dragons, but can be a bit of an ass towards those he views beneath him. He is the type of dragon who is happy to coast along, being great at what he does, which is quite easy when things go the way they're supposed to be.
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Information about Ozryn's craft
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