Character type: Dragonrider
Appearance: H'rat is tall. Extremely tall as he is six foot seven. He isn't very wide though, even though he is pretty muscular. He's in great shape as he runs everyday, keeping himself trim and neat.
Personality: H'rat used to be shy and then he Impressed Miftath. The little blue helped him come out of his shell and become more outgoing.
History: Herat was born and raised in Fort Weyr. He was fourteen Turns, he had been visiting Arolos with his brother Y'dan. He was Searched and decided to stay in Arolos.
Information about H'rat's pets
Pet Name: Kyrie
Pet Type: green flit
Appearance: A dark emerald green flitter who is one of the smaller greens. She is rather skinny right now due to the famine.
Personality: Well...she loves to give H'rat heck. She is extremely flirty.
Second Pet Name: Reetar
Pet Type: canine
Appearance: A rather large dog, and strong enough to keep H'rat on the ground squished. He looks like a German Shepard cross.
Personality: Stupid. Extremely stupid. Miftath named him Reetar, thinking that was the word 'retard'.
Information about H'rat's dragon
Dragon Name: Miftath
Wing (Weyrling Group): InfernoStorm
Appearance: Miftath is a light blue that seems to fade into what people have to wonder whether or not it is white or really light blue. It is definitely the latter as you can see it when the sun isn't shining directly on his hide. He has a few scars from various small threadscores.
Personality: Miftath has brought H'rat out of being shy due to his own personality. He is very outgoing and ready to play a game with anyone who wants to. He will always stop to talk to anyone willing to listen.
Weyr of Origin: Arolos
Abilites and weaknesses: He is a bit on the slow side for a blue, but recovers with a longer than most blues flame.
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