Name Pronounced: Da-naz
Appearance: Dark brown hair that spikes out in places cap a lean face with high cheekbones and a slightly pointed chin. He has a broad nose, as if it’s been broken once or twice. He has brown eyes that look like they are always brooding about something. When he smiles it lights up his whole face – but you have to work at getting one out of him first.
Personality: If you were going to sum Da’naz up in one word it would be broody. He can sit in the riders hall on his own and watch the people mill around him without saying a word. He’s a private person and doesn’t spill anything about this past to just anyone. No in fact he likes to make sure that he has a ‘connection’ with people before they know him.
Information about Da'naz's dragon
Dragon Name: Aneelooth
Wing (Weyrling Group): Skystrikers
Appearance: Aneelooth is a dark rich brown, all over his hide though are lighter brown in patches. The brown always reminds Da’naz of a tree that has been stripped of it’s bark in places. He is of medium size, not standing out in anyway, he is more muscular than lithe. His wings, tail and headknobs are all the right size for his body. Apart from his colouring Aneelooth is like any other dragon out there, he’s just.. well there and doesn’t stand out all that much.
Personality: `Deeply affectionate Aneelooth is a problem solving, peace loving brown. Always the first to wade into disputes, even if not asked, he will always try and find a solution to any problem. If another dragon, or rider, attempts to have a joke with him they will get a blank look and a faintly querying question, he doesn’t do jokes, at all.
Weyr of Origin: Benden
Abilites and weaknesses: His medium size gives him fairly good staminia
Information about Da'naz's craft
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