Character type: Other
Appearance: Born: 1st Month, 8th Day
Personality: D'enol is one of those riders who have just given up on even bothering to speak up. After all, he's just a bluerider, and he's getting older every turn, so why not just relax? his entire manner is calm and unruffled, unless one of his friends is hurt. Then he'll get completely out of sorts, only soothed by O'mark's soft whispers. He is kind and watches out for the younger riders of the Weyr, often saving their skins and keeping them out of trouble by teaching them to just STAY QUIET. He's content to watch out for the youth and live with O'mark, his weyrmate.
History: D'enol was actually born in Ista Weyr. The consequence of flightmoth, his mother, a kitchen worker, took him with her when she transferred to Fort. However, when D'enol (then Dinenol) was four, his mother caught a coughing illness and died, leaving her son to survive as a weyrbrat. And he did, a calm and steady child, though prone to nightmares about his mother. He was mostly aware of Fort's neverending politics, but they didn't truly influence him until he was 15, when he impressed Schnaarth.
Information about D'enol's dragon
Dragon Name: Schnaarth
Wing (Weyrling Group): StormHearts
Appearance: An average sized blue, Schnaarths hide is the color of the stormy sea. The marks of age are clearly seen on his graying muzzle and portions of his hide turning a stony gray.
Personality: Schnaarth is as calm as his rider. Past his prime, the blue's hide is beginning to turn a stony gray, but nevertheless, he can still manage to catch the green of his beloved. Slightly stiff, he is as passionate about fighting Thread as he was as a youngster. Still, he can be easily distracted should something happen to a memeber of his wing, the blue's first instinct is to go and help that injured dragon. This has gotten him a few Threadscores. The long-since faded Threadscores are centered on his wings and a long one running along his belly. Even D'enol is confused about how his lifemate acquired that scar and Schnaarth certainly doesn't remember.
Weyr of Origin: Fort
Abilites and weaknesses: Steady and compassionate, dragons can rely on Schnaarth in and out of Threadfall. He does, however, tend to be diverted when another is injured, sometimes jeapordizing the strength of the wing.
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