Character type: Dragonrider
Appearance: Though not much to look at, K'vyn is hard to forget. He's of medium height and build, and his features are plain, but there's generally always a smile on his face and a song in his heart, which tends to draw people to him. Brown hair and eyes contrast with fairer skin. Indeed, the most memorable thing about him is his ever- present smile.
Personality: K'vyn is the sort of person who thinks appearances are everything. And that a well-functioning Weyr is a happy Weyr. So you'll never hear him uttering a cross word to anybody, even though he has his moments just like everybody else. He believes firmly that the people here are doing the right thing, and that it is everyone's duty to cooperate to the fullest extent. And if they don't want to... well, he can be very persuasive. And he's so *nice* about it.
History: K'vyn was born at Sef. He has never wanted to live anywhere else. As a child, he was interested in many things, trying to satisfy his innate curiosity about everything. But he could never settle to one thing in particular. So it was a good thing he was able to enter Candidacy.
Information about K'vyn's dragon
Dragon Name: Strexith
Wing (Weyrling Group): Flamespires
Appearance: Strexith is rather a neat bronze. He hates to not look his very best, and he ensures that his Lifemate remains conscious of that fact. He is handsome, but effects a humble air, because people like that sort of thing better. He is rather nicely proportioned.
Personality: Strexith is a worker. If there's a job to be done, he
Weyr of Origin:
Abilites and weaknesses: Strexith might have been a fine bronze at Sef- here at Arolos, however, he finds that he is hardly the ideal size for a bronze. It stings.
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