Wing: Mistral Tempest
Weyr of Impression: Eastern
Levinth looks … well, Levinth looks pretty ordinary. Normal, run-of-the-mill, average … well, to be honest, maybe a little sub-par, to go by common standards. It isn't his coloring that anyone could find fault in, unless they object to the blandness of the uniformity - his hide is an even blue somewhere between cobalt and robin's egg, neither rich nor dull, light nor dark, and altered by not a single marking over his entire body. It is his build that is the only thing that makes him stand out - he is small, first of all, measuring only twenty-eight and one-quarter feet from nose to tailtip once he is fully grown. Also, his frame is slightly awkward - a bit scrawny, his limbs are thin, his neck just slightly short, and his wings just barely overlarge. But despite his tendency towards thinness, he will also carry a persistent bit of extra weight in his belly, giving that area of his body a pudgy appearance which looks a bit uneven when compared to the rest of him. He will be quite clumsy on the ground, especially as a hatchling, and for the first few months out of the egg will seemingly always be tripping himself up with his wings, tail, or limbs. Luckily, there is none of that physical awkwardness in the air, and he will be an adept and agile flyer.
This is one blue who will take time to grow into his own. As a hatchling, he will be easily bullied and made fun of, and it isn't hard to see why. He is a naturally uncertain creature, unsure of how to approach this big scary world outside of his egg, and he will lean heavily upon his rider for reassurance and guidance when he is young. His lack of an aptitude for steering himself will make him hesitant and awkward, easily put down and often taking insults with a downtrodden acceptance. He tends to freeze up when under many types of social pressure and ridicule, and that will tend to make him appear not all that bright at times, the gears of his mind clogging up with self-doubt and turning him into a stammering embarrassed mess when put on the spot or called on in class to answer a question.
But Levinth also has surprisingly sturdy morals, and will stand up for them, stammering or not. This blue wants very badly to see the right thing done, and even if he isn't entirely sure of himself, he will overcome his nerves to stand up for what he believed in, whether that means confronting friends or social adversaries. There is a quiet kind of courage within this blue, a core of surprisingly well-polished steel nestled beneath his nerves. His moral compass tends to be reliably fair, as well, and perhaps because of his own underdog status and his desire to belong, he tends to be good at looking out for the wellbeing of the entire group rather than an elite few. He believes in equality and fairness for everyone regardless of rank or the color of one's hide, and that tends to make him both reasonable and modest - after all, he is only one out of many, and considers himself no more important than anyone else. He will shrink away from the spotlight whenever it is shined on him, uncomfortable with being the center of attention, though he will always be willing to help a friend one on one. \
There is one area in which Levinth will best be able to conquer his nerves, and that area, ironically, is Threadfall. Though he will be slightly uncertain in Weyrling drills at first, he will quickly find himself taking to both practice for and the actual act of flying Fall as a fish takes to water. He will find comfort in the order inherent in drills, both taking and following orders easily and well and eventually learning to act with reasonable autonomy. He will learn Wing formations quickly, and be a reliable and fierce fighter who will likely become well-respected within his Wing for his abilities. This will help him with his issues of self-confidence as he begins to learn that yes, he most certainly *does* have something to offer. He will never shirk from doing his duty, and will eventually learn to take pride in what he does well, becoming more self-assured in his daily life. In fact, it's quite likely that Levinth will eventually, many Turns down the line, wind up as a Wingthird's dragon, for his unassuming manner and mastery of skills in Threadfall will make him a surprisingly likeable leader.