Character type: Dragonrider
Appearance: J'mich is of average (maybe a little below) height, with light brown hair cut medium-short and eyes so dark they're almost black. Throughout most of his life, he was rather chubby, but being a weyrling and then rider has slimmed him down - and the Famine didn't hurt either, as he was forced to cut back on eating. Upon his return to the Weyr, he was almost gaunt, with his hair longer and scragglier than usual, due to living on his own for several months. He's regained a lot of the weight in the ensuing Turns, but now the chubbiness is over a core of muscle
Personality: J'mich is rather shy around most people, especially women, as he never really developed the social skills neccessary for being comfortable with strangers growing up. When he's talking about his woodwork, though, the shyness melts away... at least until somebody compliments him or does something else to take him out of his "professionalism".
History: Born - 5.21, 9 years before the present Pass
Information about J'mich's pets
Pet Name: Stomper
Pet Type: Tunnelsnake (currently missing)
Appearance: Stomper is about 2 feet long, mostly brown but with dark purple diamond-shaped spots down his spine. He's kept in a large (and sturdy) cage, given to J'mich by Riola and B'noten. Stomper went missing when his cage broke open during a 'quake and he ran off.
Personality: In a word... 'snakeish. Mean, displeasurable, and always willing to take a finger off; why J'mich was so fond of the beast is beyond most people's comprehension, since Stomper would snap at him just as easily as anybody else.
Information about J'mich's dragon
Dragon Name: Cariveth
Age: 11 Turns
Wing (Weyrling Group): Weyrling Wing (Under 16)
Appearance: .StarShines clutch, 7.09.01
Weyr of Origin: Arolos
Abilites and weaknesses: .
Information about J'mich's craft
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