Character type: Other
Appearance: V'mon is just your average man. His eyes are an icy blue and his hair a deep black and short. He has tanned skin with the odd scoring scar here and there. He stands at 5'8" and around 180 to 190lbs. He is lean and muscular due to being a rider. His face does have one large scoring on it from his first Threadfall after Weyrlinghood.
Personality: Cold and heartless. He doesn't really care about anyone or anything else other than his brown, Raymath. He probably hasn't smiled in the last few decades. V'mon does have one weakness and that's for the flights where he is quite a rough man. Outside of flights he won't go near the greens or blues. He can be considered a loner as he hasn't had a weyrmate or any real friends.
History: Vamoyan grew up a normal little boy holder. Then he was Searched at the age of12 and brought to Fort Weyr. Okay... so he wasn't a normal little boy. He tended to like to beat on the younger kids or the ones who were just smaller than himself. But he was Searched at the age of twelve and quite happily went to the Weyr.
Information about V'mon's dragon
Dragon Name: Raymath
Wing (Weyrling Group):
Appearance: A lovely creamy brown. He has a light, creamy brown hide (think coffee after you put milk and sugar in it) and one very dark brown spot covering his mouth and nose. He has three visible scoring scars. Two on his left shoulder and one on his right leg.
Personality: Not like his rider at all. He enjoys the company of other dragons. He doesn't like his rider's attitude or the way he treats others. Of course he's so loyal to His he would never say a word.
Weyr of Origin: Fort
Abilites and weaknesses: Weakness: Is having an ass for a rider a weakness? His actual weakness is that he has issues with fast turns. He sometimes fumbles them a bit.
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