Character type: Weyrling
Appearance: Fully grown Taleo tops out at 5'9, he's quite slim to boot and it tends to make him look a bit younger than he is... irritating now, but when he's older it'll be a blessing. His face is open, and innocent seeming until you look into his green eyes - there's a twinkle there that tells you an entirely different story. He's got short black hair that, while not curly, is permanently scruffy and look as if someone just ruffled it.
Personality: Even seconds within his prescence are enough to dispell any image of innocence you might have about him. Taleo is flamboyant, energetic and unrepentantly his own person. It's impossible not to notice him, and he'll go out of the way to make *sure* you notice him he thinks you haven't. He does things his way, and if that way doesn't agree with what people in authority think then bullocks to them! He's never given a flying wher's tail for what the majority think of him, and is proud of the fact.
History: Taleo's mother was a simple kicthen worker at Fort Hold... with a fondness for dragon riders. He's never really known who his father was because of it - an unknown dragonrider of some description. He never had a father figure of any kind - no one would take his mother for a wife after all - and after the first turn or so with her he spent most of his days in the hold creche.
Information about T'leo's dragon
Dragon Name: Meloath
Wing (Weyrling Group): FeastCrashers
Personality: Some greens are prettier than others. Meloath is exquisite. From the tip of her emerald green nose to the end of her perfectly proportioned tail, Meloath is beautiful. Ifshe wanted to, she could easily spend most of her life lounging around and waited on by eager adoring males. Perhaps she could find a handsome bronze of her very own, their riders could weyrmate, and with a handful of beautiful brats everyone could live happily ever after.
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