Character type: Crafter
Appearance: Delicately boned, Leama's features tend to make her look younger than her years. Though she is steadily growing taller, she finds the longer limbs a bit difficult to deal with. Bright red curls flow nearly to her waist, usually kept back in a loose tail at the base of her neck. With an upturned nose, large brown eyes and freckled cheeks, she is often seen as cute, though her features promise a coming lovliness.
Personality: Though Leama used to be quite talkative, she is now quiet, unwilling to speak. Her muteness is purely psychological, and she has the ability to vocalize, she just refuses to.
History: Leama began her life in a small cothold on the northern continent near Igen Weyr. Her family, had nothing grand, only a small home that was owned by the local Lord, who required her father to work in order to keep the small cot. No one complained of the life and even as an only child, Leama was happy, but sheltered. Her father refused to let her near Igen Weyr, nor near any dragonriders, fearing that his only child would be taken from him and subjected to the abuse he had so often heard of within the high mountain walls.
Information about Leama (Deceased)'s pets
Pet Name: Sprig
Pet Type: Firelizard
Appearance: Sprig is a deep, dark brown firelizard, and is an average size for his color. Still young, he has a bit of baby fat still on him, a slight belly paunch that makes him look a little ungainly. His wings are paler than the rest of his body, with light bands of darker tan streaking across the wingsails.
Personality: Sprig's main problem is that he thinks he is larger than what he is, often visualizing himself as courting a pretty, MUCH larger green or gold. Outgoing and extremely vocal, he is very protective of Leama, and is rarely seen far from her.
Information about Leama (Deceased)'s craft
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