Character type: Dragonrider
Appearance: Dahniehl is cute and sweet looking. He is about 5'0" at the moment, but once he hits his growth spurt at around 16 or 17, he'll shoot up to 5'10". Not overly tall, but not too short either. He weighs right now around 100lbs.
Personality: Dahniehl is a very outgoing type personality. He likes to go and meet new people. He likes to learn new things. Interesting, exciting... that's what Dahniehl likes. He enjoys new experiences with a passion and that's why becoming a harper is what he's excited about. Once he hits being a Journeyman, he'd be able to go all over the place.
History: Dahniehl was born in the Arolos Hold region. His parents owned a small cothold and piece of land. This cothold soon quickly had to be extended due to the fact there were thirteen children born to his parents. He just happens to be the third one.
Information about D'ahni's dragon
Dragon Name: Orodyth
Wing (Weyrling Group): Skystrikers
Appearance: Egg - Treasure Wall Egg: This egg comes straight from the old Tunnelsnakes treasure hold. Those who have been around for some time will remember when the Weyr folk and many others flocked to the hidden hold. People ran inside to snatch up treasure only to find themselves caught up in a very intricate maze of many rooms with many traps and puzzles. This egg gleaming gold, embedded with brilliant gems will bring flashbacks to some weyr dwellers.
Personality: A quiet little green to begin with, progressively Orodyth will show other sides to her personality. She’s a little worrier is what she is and her life mate is soon going to find out that she can’t help but worry. During lessons she’ll worry she’s not smart enough to understand all they have to do.
Weyr of Origin: Arolos
Abilites and weaknesses: tends to worry about things and can be a bit self concious
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