Name Pronounced: re-boar
Appearance: Large and dark is most people's first impression of R'bor. His body is hard and muscular from a life of hard work and pushing himself exercising. Though he's still a little lanky in his youth, R'bor promises to be a strong and powerful male specimen that reaches at least 6'3". Because he was previously a seacrafter his upper body shows more muscular development than his lower body, his arms, shoulders and core naturally forming from a hard life hauling in nets. Since arriving at the Weyr he's put his time to use running and exercising his entire body evenly. He's fairly obsessive about it, and will always be a part of his routine. His hands are calloused from working on ships though they have begun to soften with all the oil he has been using on Vukoth.
Personality: R'bor's a watcher and a listener, rarely acting without a plan of some sort. Most see him as quiet and he usually doesn't give anyone a chance to think otherwise, keeping to himself unless he has to. He doesn't mind being alone or with just Vukoth for company. He's always been this way, though that doesn't mean he won't be politely social when he has to and he can have a conversation, though he gets bored of what he calls ''simple subjects'' like small talk. Calling this young man serious is unavoidable. Sometimes he can come off as arrogant or rude without even realizing it.
Information about R'bor's dragon
Dragon Name: Vukoth
Wing (Weyrling Group): MelodyMakers
Appearance: Vukoth is a bronze on the slightly larger size. He will be unusually muscular as an adult and there will be no doubt that he's a very masculine dragon even as a hatchling. Nor that he's a very confident, occasionally arrogant one. Around his head and neck and the tip of his tail he will be as dark as a bronze can be. The rest of his body will be somewhat lighter, but still not light by any stretch of the imagination.
Personality: Although part of him deep down wants to be a more easy going, relaxing dragon he will be naturally a very serious dragon. It's his duty to be make his rider a Weyrleader some day, or at least wingleader, and distracting him from this goal even as a Weyrling will require the urging of someone (probably a green, or maybe his rider) who is very close to him and very playful. They may even need to teach him what play is (versus training) in the first place.
Weyr of Origin: Arolos
Abilites and weaknesses: tbd
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