Character type: Dragonrider
Appearance: Gagfar is five feet seven inches tall and has a fit figure. He has strong upper body strength and it is evident. He has dark black hair that is cut very short. His eyes are a dark forest green but his right eye it a bit lighter then his left. He has a scar on his arm from when his father's canine bit him in his youth. He wears mostly work clothing and prefers clothing of dark colors.
Personality: Gagfar is a serious person when it comes to work but when he isn't working he is more then happy to do almost anything. He loves to play games and is a bit competitive though he tries not to be. He hates to be alone and will often seek out others to spend time with. He tires not to show off in front of others but he will some times brag without realizing it. He loves animals of all kinds and has a special spot for canines. He often feels useless and will try to do whatever he can to be useful, even if he is imposing. He will try to avoid spending time with women because he gets rather nervous around them. Gagfar seems to give off an air of confidence that he doesn’t really feel. Although he sometimes seems sure of himself his confidence has not recovered from the events of the plague.
History: Birthing day:-02.12.16
Information about G'far's dragon
Dragon Name: Nevwith
Wing (Weyrling Group): Firedance
Appearance: Nevwith is going to be a large boy, but not the largest to be sure. He is very solid and all muscle almost from hatching and that won’t change as he matures. He is a very dark burnished bronze with lighter shading around his eyes, headknobs and wing tips that give him a bit of a distinguished look. He'll be a handsome bronze, but not to the point of standing out extraordinarily among a Weyrful of other handsome bronzes.
Weyr of Origin: Arolos
Abilites and weaknesses: NYK
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