Character type: Dragonrider
Appearance: O'sias is nice enough looking, one might suppose. He's got sandy brown hair that he keeps in a messy ponytail, the type of wavy locks that poof out from the heat and has to be washed twice a day to keep from looking oily. With gray eyes that darken and lighten depending on what type of clothes he'd wearing, he stands at a comfortable five-eleven.
Personality: If someone who had met O'sias only once had to describe him in two words, they'd probably use sardonic and bitter. Oh, the young man doesn't mean to be sarcastic most of the time. It's just his tone of voice. He can't HELP it if everything he says SOUNDS cynical. Of course, his bitterness has all been imprinted into his brain. Thus, he tends to keep quiet unless he notices someone being completely idiotic and he can't help but comment. After all, someone's got to correct stupidity, right?
History: The son of bluerider H'slu and greenrider Oilesia at Ista Weyr, O'sias, born Onesias, had a nice childhood until he was four. Everything changed when H'slu up and fell in love with another greenrider. Now, things might not have turned out as they had had there not been one little fact about H'slu's new weyrmate. The weyrmate was male.
Information about O'sias's dragon
Dragon Name: Joelleth
Age: 5 Turns
Wing (Weyrling Group): MountainStars
Appearance: Joelleth should know not to be vain, for he has hatched looking in need of a good coat of oil. His hide appears to O'sias as a splotchy mess. Diamond, ice, and dulled sky meet on him as splotches. Splotches that no amount of oiling will make fade, they remain, casting him out as different from his clutchmates for it is Joelleth's real coloration. It is also tougher to
Personality: Joelleth is ever changing, his mind is never set to one idea or opinion. Yet he isn't vain, merely always seeking something new to please O'sias. He
Weyr of Origin: Arolos
Abilites and weaknesses: Joelleth's constant changes of thoughts can annoy some, especially in the way that he's always switching from one idea to another.
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