Name Pronounced: Va-drair
Appearance: V'drare is tall, tanned, and muscular. With a strong-boned face, surrounded by a short crop of light brown hair, he looks at the world with eyes the color of chocolate. His face is unmarred by Threadscores, but several scars range over his body from shoulders to feet. Handsome, rugged, rakish, are all adjectives women have used to describe this bronzerider.
Personality: V'drare is not easily stirred to anger. Quiet and mild-mannered, he often redirects his temper towards working with his hands. Quiet-spoken, he does not shout unless required. When hard-pressed, back against a proverbial wall, he will try more often than not to talk out the situation. All in all, he is a man who stands by his views on a matter, but will not argue the point by forcing his opinion on others.
History: Born to a greenrider of Ista Weyr, Vaidrare grew up like most Weyrbrats: dreaming of one day Impressing. While his dreams were out of reach until age twelve, he dedicated himself to learning the Harper craft. Unfortunately, Vaidrare's gifts did not become apparent at first. Cursed with the worst singing voice and hands that barely knew which way to hold an instrument, he only discovered his true talents when given the chance to work with clay.
Information about V'drare's dragon
Dragon Name: Deltaith
Wing (Weyrling Group): CloudDancers
Appearance: Deltaith is small for a bronze. Long and leggy, hes almost dainty in his build. His hide is a uniform bronze so dark that it has undertones of green in direct sunlight. His body is scarred from many Threadfalls, lighter lines against his dark bronze hide.
Personality: Deltaith is the picture of politeness and manners. As quiet as his rider, the bronze is most often found on the Weyr rim or his ledge, quietly watching the world go by. When faced with conflict, he will often defuse it with humor. Gentle for a bronze, Deltaith will sometimes take care of smaller dragons or humans, surprisingly vocal.
Weyr of Origin: Ista
Abilites and weaknesses: Deltaith tends towards givign his heart to a situation in full. While he is a wonderful, caring individual, he sometimes is disappointed by situations gone wrong.
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