Cara carries herself without a hint of the typical adolescent slouch, making the most of her inconsiderable height and thin, almost scrawny frame. Her features are bony and regular, dominated by wide green eyes complemented beautifully by the mass of twining jaw-length brown curls that frame her face, her skin sun-kissed without trace of a freckle.
Though simply dressed her clothing screams quality, the cut and stitching clearly of a high weaver standard. Her blouse is loose and airy, a pale green a few shades lighter than her eyes. Her trousers are plain and black, but cut tight to her legs to show off what little form there is there. A pair of simple black shoes complete the outfit, but even here the quality is clear and the silvered buckles that fasten them almost too shiny.
She proudly wears the double corded blue and orange knot of a Xanadu assistant headwoman.
Being the middle child is not always the most fun thing, but when you're grandchild to Niva the once Senior Weyrwoman of Xanadu it does have its advantages. Sure Cara had to deal with no longer being the youngest, and the resentment that caused still flares occasionally, and there's that whole expectation thing that the whole family had going on, but if she needed anything one word to Grandma and everything was sorted. Sadly the one thing Niva couldn't do for her was make friends, so for all the presents and illusions of power quiet little Cara had a very quiet little life. Now she spends her time shadowing the headwoman with an eye to taking over her job.
FirelizardsLet's Go Outside Green Typha
Features are lithe and elongated, as willowy as a sapling tree, but this pretty little firelizard is not scrawny by any means. Subdued forest green dapples her back and wings, as if the shadows of leaves are dancing upon her soft leathery hide. Her head, a brighter grassy green from headknobs to muzzle, is held with a certain amount of pride, eyes whirling brightly, taking in all the sights. Her long reed of a tail is whip like and attached, as it should be, to her verdant little bottom.