Name Pronounced: wah-DEN
Appearance: Blessed with dark soulful eyes and thick brown hair, Wilraden catches the eye. Standing tall at 6'3, he's a young man who has reached his full height; he's broad across the shoulders and has narrow hips coupled with long legs. His jaw is strong and the dark slashing brows complete his darkly handsome/broody look. His nose however has been obviously broken in the past and not set correctly, it's sits a little crooked on his face.
Personality: Due to his history, Wilraden is quiet, reclusive and untrusting; he just simply would rather be left alone, which is more difficult for him now that he's in a Weyr. He isn't accustomed to the crowds of people and it keeps him on edge. He keeps himself back from people and is soft spoken if approached. He is extremely stubborn as well, and will dig his heels in if anyone tries to force him into anything.
History: Wilraden's past is something he rarely discusses and for good reason. Made holdless with his family at a young age, Wilraden has no solid memory of living in an actual home. His father had made the mistake of making a habit of theft at his hold and though warned and punished more than once, could not stop pilfering. Cast out, he took his wife, two sons and young daughter with him. Most of Wilraden's memories are of living hand-to-mouth and he grew to resent holders and weyrfolk for their easier lives.
Information about W'den's dragon
Dragon Name: Jidath
Wing (Weyrling Group): FeastCrashers
Appearance: Jidath is a chubby little blue, with wide wings and a shorter than average tail. Sky blue, he has a paler underbelly and odd rippling slashes of darker color along his back down to the tip of his tail. The same darker blue tips the ends of his head knobs and speckles of the color appear along his muzzle.
Personality: Some dragonets take better to sharing their riders than others. Jidath doesn't believe he should have to share his at all, ever. Pets, especially, will be unwelcome. Dogs and cats might well be eaten unless steps are taken to protect them. Whers and firelizards will be teased and tormented mercilessly - although eventually that teasing might in itself become a form of affection. No-one else will be allowed to pick on them, and if another dragon tries he'll suddenly be fiercely protective. They are his to torment.
Weyr of Origin: Arolos
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