Character type: Dragonrider
Appearance: A'cel is a lean, lanky young man, with a slender build. His skin is fairer, though his eyes are a large, liquid chocolate brown. His hair is a fine texture, and black as night. To his eternal dismay, he still has no facial hair.
Personality: A'cel seems calm, at first glance- however, as one gets to know him better, that quiet demeanor hides an intensely driven personality. He won't care much for rules or obstacles, though he'll have no problem citing them to others. He's an intensely proud individual. That pride sometimes gets him in trouble, as he sees no problem in trying to pick fights with the scientists that poke to much at him and Deconth.
History: Aycel was an "experimental" baby, as the geneticists were attempting to create a template for the *perfect* rider material. Throughout his childhood, was many visits to the doctors and needles. Lots and lots of needles. His mother, though, stuck through it, and so did he, emboldened by her example.
Information about A'cel's dragon
Dragon Name: Deconth
Wing (Weyrling Group): Flamespires
Appearance: Deconth is larger, for a 2nd Pass bronze, though his wingspan is wider and longer than the average. He is able to stay in the air as long as any other bronze from his time. His hide is lighter, though with a gleam to it that easily catches the sun and makes him shine.
Personality: Deconth is a hard worker, and enjoys showing off what he can do. On the other hand, however, he fully expects to be praised for what he can do, and will complain if he doesn't think he has been properly treated.
Weyr of Origin:
Abilites and weaknesses: Deconth tends to stay in the air longer than is advisable during Fall- he does not easily accept that things are over.
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