Name Pronounced: Kim-as-ona
Appearance: Long, silky, stands of hair that have been bleached flaxen blond from all the time she spent in the sun. Her crystal-blue eyes are forever bright and intelligent, and inquisitive. Her Asian looks make her look's like she is 12 turns when is 15 turns. She tends to be hyper and likes to keep busy. She never is one place long enough.
Personality: Kimasona could be almost described as your typical teenaged girl. But she is shy, and she likes stay to herself. She likes to play her pipes when no one is around, and she also doesn't like fights. It is hard for her to make friends, because she is so soft spoken. She does how ever like learning. She is not a prodigy. She loves watching flits.
History: Kimasona was born at High Reaches, where her parents were dragon riders. They died during Threadfall when she was 3 Turns old.She stayed with her aunt and uncle until she was 12 turns. When she was 12 turns she was searched and went to Arolos to live. A whole new world opened up for her. Kimasona started to work with everyone she like being at the weyr.
Information about Kimasona's dragon
Dragon Name: Murinuth
Wing (Weyrling Group): Flamespires
Appearance: Some dragons are just born to love pretty things. Perhaps it was the first sight of his egg that caused it, but from Hatching Murinuth will love flowers. If they haven't already got an interest in gardening, it would be good for his chosen lifemate to cultivate one, as Murinuth will hanker for flowers wherever he is - preferable ones that are satill growing. Nothing will make him happier than being able to curl up and nap next to - or sometimes in the middle of - a bed of flowers.
Personality: Only blue and red flowers though. He will love blue and red, delighting in its vibrancy, but will hate white and yellow flowers with just as much passion as he loves the others. They seem washed out to him, though he will usually be too polite to complain much except to his own lifemate.
Weyr of Origin: Arolos
Abilites and weaknesses: If he's *really* unhappy it may be time for him to see a Healer. Can dragons suffer from depression? It would seem so. While Murinuth is unlikely to complain about a bad situation, misery shows itself in other ways on his plump little blue body, making him feel physically ill, unable to eat, or manifesting in strange aches and pains.
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