Character type: Dragonrider
Appearance: Salt and pepper colored hair with dark blue eyes. His skin is a soft tanned color. He has small laugh lines at the corners of his eyes and his lips are full and always up in a grin. He's tall and lean, not an ounce of fat on his body even if he does eat a lot. He has a small scar on his back and one on his arm, both threadscores. Nothing major really.
Personality: Happy and charming. He loves to help out anywhere he can. He doesn't get angry usually unless someone has been seriously stupid and done something extremely dumb. He is strict when it comes to rules, and he doesn't allow many things to be gotten away with.
History: March 14
Information about S'lastan's pets
Pet Name: Rumple
Pet Type: Bronze Wher
Appearance: Rumple is a deep, dark bronze nearing black if it were possible. He's quite ugly, but the color of his hide would've looked beautiful on a dragon. His headknobs are stubby, but still a touch longer than normal.
Personality: Rumple loves to play. He's friendy and doesn't mind if people are around as long as he's had a chance to inspect and sniff them out. He tends to eat nearly everything that he can, including shoes, jackets and anything he can fit in his mouth.
Information about S'lastan's dragon
Dragon Name: Rasdanth
Wing (Weyrling Group): Wind-dance Fury
Appearance: Very, very light green. You'd almsot think she was sick because of how light her green color is. Actually she is extremely healthy and one of the fastest greens in her Wing. She is very agile. She is quite small though.
Personality: Happy, outgoing and extremely flirty. She loves to be around males, but does have a very serious side when she needs to be. She does like to play practical jokes on her rider as well.
Weyr of Origin: High Reaches
Abilites and weaknesses: Agile, and very quick.
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