Portrayed By Àstrid Bergès-Frisbey
Gender Female
Aliases Lia
Place of Birth Ierne Weyr
Current Location Igen Weyr
Occupation Weyrfolk
Height 5'8"
Hair Black
Eyes Hazel


Willowy is one way to describe this teenaged girl; waiflike would be another. Despite her height, she's narrow-shouldered and slender-limbed, tomboyish in build and with only the barest trace of curves yet to come. The curse of her lineage does have some benefits: long, black hair falls in loose curls to the middle of her back, stray strands framing a face that will sharpen over the turns once she sheds any lingering babyfat. Hazel eyes, striking in their hue, are the only truly distinctive feature beyond the implied lines of what will be a strong jaw and pointed chin.
She is otherwise a pale and ethereal creature in her way, a youth with skin that speaks of time spent indoors more often than out. Her clothing says much the same, consisting of long skirts and blouses, with the occasional addition of a robe or headscarf and veil in a nod to her native region's fashion sensibilities.


Ligeia is the first - and only - child of Aglaia, a daughter that cleaves close to the family lineage in more ways than mere appearance. And, much like her mother before, Aglaia passed the rearing of her child off onto the father of the child. While the particulars of their relationship was ever a mystery to Ligeia, she was largely a happy child and settled in well at Igen Weyr.

Her father, a baker, tried his best to pull her into the craft, but her interests never properly aligned with it. A studious child, she spent much more time reading and writing than anything else. And when the opportunity came for her to join Harper, she turned it down firmly despite her turns. When her father asked why, her response was plain and simple: "I'm going to be a rider like mama."

And now that she's of an age to be Searched? Well. That's just what she aims to do, with all the confidence of a teenager who doesn't know any better.


Name Relation Location Position
Aglaia Mother Ierne Weyr Goldrider to Valigath
Gierlan Father Igen Weyr Baker
Galina Grandmother Ierne Weyr Goldrider to Vidyazath
M'gaal Grandfather Ierne Weyr Bronzerider to Zaqalekhth
Malaakh Uncle Ierne Weyr Cook


Bubble Bubble Toil And Trouble Green Newt

There's nothing conventional about this green, not with her oddly hunchbacked build and that prominent snout of hers. Is that a mole on her nose? Well, it's as near to one as a firelizard can have, that's for sure. Her hide is a rich emerald green, a beautiful hue that, unfortunately, encloses a body that's long-limbed and lean and lacking in the traditional proportions. Her neckridges are too large, her toes too long, and her tail too broomstick-stiff to be considered endearing. Her wings are a dramatic departure in shade, delving into the deepest, darkest of greens; too large and too long, they make a fine cloak to wrap around herself and hide her dealings from view.

Taking a Break Egg

One. Two. Three. Four. That's how many parts this egg seems to be broken into, a quartet of klah-hued quarters that seem to just ache to be snapped apart and shared.

Dam: Gold Fine
Sire: Bronze Sheesh
Size: 44"
Credits: T'syn & Ligeia

Deceiving Appearances Green Herb

This average sized green appears larger than she is due to her rather long arms and legs. It's a visual trick which she uses to her advantage whenever possible to make foes pause should they think to get into a tangle with her. Head is rather large, or again appears so due to the heavyset of her wide angular jaw. Headknobs also extend farther back than average above and behind the defined arc of her eyeridges and faceted orbs they protect. Tiny ridges on her neck are studded emerald and malachite. The two colors make up her entire being with emerald as the base. Malachite rippled in soft squiggles randomly patterned atop. Seen from afar the two hues blend together giving her the appearance of a singular tone, while up close the distinction can be made out. No more so than in the long stretch of her thin wings. The membranes are similarly hued and patterned but stand out so much more as she flies when backlit by the sun.

Two Toned Terror Egg

Energy somehow radiates from this small shell. Bright fuzzy white crackle with static electricity. It seems as though the shell might just zap you if you get to daring. In fact there is another hues which form a spot on either pole. Be this some strange symbol of its static at the poles lovely orange furry blobs will make you wonder.

Dam: Gold Aureli
Sire: Bronze Kalon
Size: 45"
Credits: The egg theme was cat coats. Your egg was inspired by a two color coat. White is very common for one color and I used orange for the other. The hatchling theme was big cats. In case you can't guess, yours in inspired by a Canadian Lynx! Created by Iwa. Enjoy!


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