Name Pronounced: KEH-rin
Appearance: Q'rin has dark, almost black hair and startling blue-gray eyes, depending on what color he is wearing. He is a shade over six feet tall with an athletic musculature from working with his father, who is a herdsman. He has a solid build and walks with enough self-confidence that he had a plethora of younger boys idolizing him back home. Q'rin is good-looking and knows it, and usually is wearing the smirk to match. He is in great physical shape from helping his father with the herdbeasts and runners for so long.. and now dragons. Because Naldath is just a big baby.
Personality: He definitely has an ego and has big dreams of becoming Weyrleader someday. Since being Searched his self-esteem has only grown, despite warnings that if he keeps it up he will never Impress. Despite the attitude, Q'rin can be genuinely friendly and does have his own group of friends at the Weyr, aside from the girls he flirts with. He fancies himself a ladies man and a charmer, and has no objections to a good romp in the hay. Or so he says. Cough, cough. The liar. He's a shy little virgin underneath, terrified of being terrible in bed. He adores hookball and while he has been known to form a few significant attachments, he also has the jealousy to disintegrate them. He has no ambition whatsoever to move beyond apprentice in his fathers craft. His heart is set on being a rider.
History: Family: Leran (mother)/Keroon; Dereq (father)/Keroon; Dereleq (brother-dead)/Keroon
Information about Q'rin's dragon
Dragon Name: Naldath
Wing (Weyrling Group): Thunder Flame
Appearance: [Morningstar Marauders clutch; of Jenith and Talith]
Personality: Naldath'll enjoy making people happy and develop that as a peculiar personality trait - finding ways to cheer people up and making his rider do the same.
Weyr of Origin: Arolos
Abilites and weaknesses: Abilities: Can make anyone laugh, hyper empathic.
Information about Q'rin's craft
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