Character type: Holder
Appearance: Zeruiys is five feet, five inches tall. He is more of a plump man with a calculated cold smile and narrowed dark jade green eyes. His lips are narrowed to enhance those cold features and his hair is trimed straight across the back of his neck, the strands of which are a deep cinnamon coloration. Zeruiys just looks like an unpleasant man who stands with a haught poise.
Personality: There is are unpleasant people everywhere. And though displeased with his height, Zeruiys is one of those people. There is no doubt that he thinks much too highly of himself, but with that comes a nervousness. He has a paranoia that has him second guessing those around him. He keeps people at a distance, distrusting anyone that gets too close but he'll deal with them if he was too. But Zeruiys treats most people with scorn. There is a place for everything as far as he is concerned. Though the dragons and there riders had better stay far away from. He hates them almost as much as he hates his children. Zeruiys is determined to get his heir back before Yaleighn ends up like Zeruiys' children...namely not on a bronze or his heir. As far as Zeruiys is concerned the Search Dragon 'stole' Yale (Yaleighn's nickname).
History: Zeruiys was born up around Fort. It was under the Fort ideals that the man grew up to the point he is at. He married to Uneigha there as well, even his children were born at Fort. But at his second kids birth Uneigha was torn. It was too much for the woman and she died during the night leaving with Zeruiys to raise Gorein and Zunei. But he was unable to stay there, the man was unwilling to accept that Uneigha was gone that easily.
Information about Zeruiys's pets
Pet Name: Guardian
Pet Type: Blue Wher
Information about Zeruiys's hold
Hold Name: Morglaid
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