Name Pronounced: ja er wain
Appearance: Following very much after his sister, Jerwain is one that will never quite appear to fit into a southern setting. He is already a good 5’5” tall and shows no signs of slowing anytime soon in that rate though he is only about 110 pounds heavy. That means that like many he’s going have some time of being tired while his body builds up and gets used to all the new work. His hair is the same light blond of his sister and his skin nearly as pale. The main difference between him and Cerina would be their eyes, where as hers are blue his are lime green colour.
Personality: Most would call him a quiet boy and at times they would be right. He isn’t exactly one to just stand out at you when it comes to actions on a ‘normal’ day. He is in a new place with new rules and he is going to keep himself where he is and do his best to learn them. He might not seem like it right now, but this boy is a leader in his own right and any good leader knows you must know the rules to lead by. He may sit back right now and let those around him do as they please, but if he needs to he will take charge he just finds it better to try and let those around him learn on their own and he’ll step in when he is needed to make sure things don’t go to wrong.
History: His early life wasn’t really much to talk about. He was well loved and raised happily by his mother Rinalan and papa Jerdwin a once smith who had joined the caravan after an accident took his left hand and crippled his left leg leaving him with a limp. He was never exactly close to his older half sister, but with so much distance between them in age it wasn’t exactly to much of a surprise. Despite their lack of closeness though he was still sad to see her leave when he was four though after all that was his sister even if he wasn’t close to her.
Information about Jerwain's craft
Jerwain is a candidate. His colour preference is Bronze, Brown
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