Character type: Dragonrider
Appearance: Tr'pedle looks like a man who perhaps *could* be rude now and then and get away with it. He's broad-shouldered, and stands at over six feet tall, looking more likely to intimidate others than be intimidated. That first impression is backed up by Tr'pedle's usual rather gruff expression and deep voice.
Personality: Tr'pedle would never be openly agressive or rude to a ranker, but blue and greenriders he dislikes are a different matter entirely. He's not afraid to give someone he thinks of as a fool the rough side of his tongue, and if another greenrider or blue *does* try to pick a fight you won't see him backing down - although you may see him walking away in disgust. That rather frightening side of his personality has got him referred to as "an old wher of a man" by more than a few.
History: Tr'pedle was born Trepedle one of four boys his mother bore. He was raised partly by her, and partly by the Creche. As boys will, the boys wrestled and fought sometimes, and it was much the same in the Creche. Trepedle soon learnt to defend himself with his fists if neccesary - and to look dangerous enough that it often wasn't.
Information about Tr'pedle's dragon
Dragon Name: Cassinth
Wing (Weyrling Group):
Appearance: Cassinth is a deep blue - a little deeper than that of the sky on a sunny day. He's large for a blue - something that seems quite natural when you look at his rider. Like dragon like rider after all.
Personality: Like his rider, Cassinth really has no talent for Great Romance. He struggles with the complement-calling of flights, the long flowery phrasing always seeming fairly ridiculous to him. He's much happier with the type of green who makes him work in the air with rolls, play and swerves than the type who expect him to go all verbal.
Weyr of Origin: Fort
Abilites and weaknesses:
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