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Persona Profile: Solynt


Name: Solynt
Age: 26
Birthday: m13 d16
Rank: Senior Journeyman Printer
Location: Harper Hall, Emerald Falls Hold
Craft: Printer
Craft Rank: Senior Journeyman
Speciality: Binder

Physical Description of Persona:
Solynt has the dark red hair common to most of his family with olive skin bearing a distinct scattering of freckles across his nose and cheekbones. His hazel eyes are set in strong, even facial features. He is tall, and slim to the point of appearing gangly.

Emotional Description of Persona:
Like most of his close-knit family Solynt is easy-going and kindly. While passionate about his craft he is not particularly ambitious and has a genuine love of teaching.

History of Persona:
Solynt is the middle child of five born to a well-established Northern Continent printercraft family. When Solynt was six Turns old the family moved to Topaz Seahold to take up positions in the Northern-aligned Printer Hall which was set up there.

Like most of his siblings Solynt apprenticed as soon as he was able and became a journeyman just before his nineteenth birthingday. He has remained at the Hall despite the many changes it has suffered over the Turns, enjoying his teaching and not considering taking up any other life.

Family and Friends
Quarrel, 56, Master printer (father)
Lheetha, 31, Married @ Topaz Seahold (sister)
Quier, 30, Senior journeyman printer (brother)
Lynta, 24, Junior journeywoman printer (sister)
Iresdu, 20, Junior journeyman printer (brother)
Lhing, 14, Junior apprentice printer (nephew)

Last updated: May 10th 2017

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