Name Pronounced: PUH-veer
Appearance: Pavyr stands 5 feet-8 with no excess weight, making her figure slender and what musculature she has merely streamline her coppery-tan skin. Even her curves, though smooth, are shaped as gentle mounds that're too small for outright beauty. More homely in appearance it seems like one should know her from somewhere but her stern features suggest she should be admired from a distance.
Personality: Aren't accomplishments cause for celebration? Not where Pavyr's concerned, there's always something she can complain about but she spreads her critical nature among everyone evenly. That includes herself. Allowing leeway would distract people from bettering themselves and she could've done better with more practice, as could everyone else. Life won't give much room for error so she sees no reason why she should do that either.
History: Merke and his wife, Tainele, were Telgar Weyr residents. Distraught over not conceiving in-between the chance Merke's allowed them, Tainele visited her family at Crom. In her absense a gold rose and Merke mothed Pavania. When Pavania became pregnant from it Tainele left another time, jealous about how she wasn't carrying the child. But she discovered she was pregnant too.
Information about Pavyr's pets
Pet Name: Gravel
Pet Type: Canine
Appearance: Gravel is white, with black markings and ears. His size and long-furred tail are from a herder ancestory. He has a more solid build though.
Personality: When not rolling around Gravel paces since being confined doesn't suit him. He won't accept anyone who's not Pavyr too easily. His preference for firmer individuals come from a dislike over being treated like he's fragile. He's not and anyone who doesn't treat him right won't be obeyed.
Pavyr is a candidate. Her colour preference is Gold, Blue
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