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Persona Profile: V'con

Writer: Emma

Name: V'con
Age: 24
Birthday: m10 d16
Rank: Wingrider, Hurricane Wing
Location: Dolphin Cove Weyr
Craft: Weaver
Craft Rank: Junior Journeyman
Speciality: Loom Building and design

Physical Description of Persona:
Tall, yet still quite slight in build, Favercon has long dark hair that many a girl eyes enviously when he wears it loose. However with his chosen craft, it usually means he ties it back with a leather thong, some of which bear elaborate decorations.

Because of the hair, many think his delicate features to be girlish, his pale skin aiding that impression. In the heat of Dolphin Cove, He tends to burn, not tan, so he avoids the sun when he can for fear of burning again - he has scars on his back from where a sun burn didn't heal properly.

This means that he now covers up a lot of the time, floppy hats, long sleeved, yet light tunics, made by his fair hand.

Emotional Description of Persona:
Favercon is a man of opposites. He knows what he likes, and what he dislikes. Consequently, if you get onto his 'dislike' list, you'd have a hard time proving just why you should be removed. It's like he has a mental checklist of what his frineds should be like, and if you don't fit, you don't exist.

Other than that, the other major thing that someone might be surprised by is his habit of wearing the clothes he makes, for both sexes. If you were to ask him, he'd say that it was because he liked the feel of them, and the way they look. It gives him a kick to do so, and many new arrivals at the Weyr mistake him for a girl.

History of Persona:
Favercon was born with the turn, literally. Turn's beginning saw Dragonsfall greenrider Cona give birth to her only child, a boy she named Favercon. His father was an itinerant worker passing through with a trader caravan. All her son knew of him besides his name (Faveron) was that he made the crib in which he had slept for the first few months of his life.

He grew up among many weyrbrats, doing harper classes and chores. The one thing he always enjoyed most was helping out with the weavers and tailors, running their errands, so it wass only natural that he should take a formal apprenticeship with them once he was of age, as well as standing as a candidate.

Favercon was fascinated by clothing, all of it, whether it be for man, woman or child. Because of his slight figure, he was often used as a model, and he grew to like the attention it gave him. Or that's what he thought it was at first, then he realised it was the feeliung of pleasure he got from wearing the female clothing.

In a weyr, such behaviour was tolerated, however Favercon had to be warned that it would mark him out as a 'man lover' elsewhere and that it would be seen as dangerous perverted behaviour elsewhere. That didn't bother the lad, he was going to stay in the weyr whatever.

When the tragedy struck Dolphin Cove earlier in the turn, Cona transferred there to help fill in places in the wings, her son came too, wanting to try his luck on the sunny sands there.

His first time on the sands at Dolphin Cove saw Favercon, become V'con, rider of blue Cacholetyth.

Family and Friends
Cona, 44, Greenrider (mother)

Dragon's Name: Cacholetyth
Dragon's Age: 5
Dragon's Colour: Blue
Description of Dragon:
A dark blue in colour, Cacholetyth is proud and proud of his rider. He is going to want to be among the leaders of the group, whether his rider wants that or not. On the larger side for a hatchling, it is possible he'll be among the larger blues in the Weyr when fully grown.

Approved:
Last updated: June 12th 2007


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