Character type: Dragonrider
Personality: K'tal is a sweet young man. He has a heart of pure gold and wouldn't hurt a soul for anything. He's not very bright though. He learned his letters slowly and his lessons even slower. His eagerness to do good and to learn often cause those around him to take pity on him and go a little slower with him. He's a sweetheart all over, if a bit temperamental when it comes to being in love.
History: History: K'tal was born and raised in a small Southern cot hold. He had a loving father and a very loving mother who gave their four sons all good upbringing they could handle. Three of his sons took well farming but Kental, he had other plans. The youngest of the four he decided no one would miss him if he ran away so he did so, running all the way to Arolos Weyr. He snuck inside the Weyr and befriended a boy named Junar. Junar helped him find a search dragon and Kental was searched.
Information about K'tal's dragon
Dragon Name: Zuelath
Wing (Weyrling Group): Unforgettables (Adoptables Wing)
Appearance: Zuelath has a spinach-green hide on a small little body. She Has large wings that make her body appear a lot larger when furledtightly to her sides. She has a little silver scarring, a thread score that caught her the first time out fighting real thread. The scar is on the left side of her round rump and looks almost like a lightning bolt with lots of tiny jagged edges. Zuelath is a very pretty dark green dragon and garners the attention of quite a few males.
Personality: Friendly, sweet, a wonderful little green that gets along with just about everyone. She's a very proper little green that does occasionally flirt but more often than not grows shy. If a dragon could blush, she'd do so.
Weyr of Origin: Arolos
Abilites and weaknesses: 08.08.02.1 hatched
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