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Riyad and Ubon

The Slyvan

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a character in “Dragon Night”, as played by MaxwellH

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* DRAGONPAISLEY
x▬▬▬▬▬    CLASS   MYSTERY
▬▬▬▬▬    BREATH  METHANE | ACID
▬▬▬▬▬    ABILITY  VENOM | ODOR



▋▋▋▋   PERSONAL INFORMATION

The two are nearly identical in frame and size, Riyad standing less then a foot taller then his sister. Ubon feels not shame in their tiny frames, but it is source of insecurity for the boy. Glistening in the light, their hair is a seemingly supernatural white. The duo dyes their bangs opposing colors, something their parents did while they were younger to distinguish the twins, and Ubon insists they keep doing. Despite their overall similar appearance, their eyes have taken different shades. Riyads taking a ripe apples deep red, while his sisters the glimmer of a topaz.

Riyad does not have many friends outside of his sister, due to his reclusive and abrasive nature. So when Ubon brightly claims them to be best friends, he does not tend to argue beyond a blush that has increased in size as they have aged. The boy is wary and untrusting of even those he has grown around, taking great feats to earn the his trust and loyalty. Approach him without his trust and he'll make it painfully aware he does not welcome your presence, nor your presence around his sister or dragon. If he did not prefer to avoid others, Riyad would be quite the scrapper, his anger is instead transferred into brooding.

Much in contrast to her brother, and perhaps why he has formed such a defensive personality, Ubon is friendly, playful, and gullible. Truly if she did not drag him around, the village may have forgotten she had a brother. Alongside her infectious smile is a level head, angering or panicking her requires quite the extreme circumstances. Curious and playful, this can lead to her being rather mischievous, and not usually by herself. Ubon prefers to do most of her activities with at least one other person, and despite her brother being a sour puss, he's usually the one being dragged along.

Neither of the Sylvan are incompetent dragon tamers, Riyad excelling over his sister simply due to spending more time with the beast. The two boys have quite a bit in common, they are hostile towards strangers, like the rain, and are protective of the red hued mischief maker. It isn't uncommon for people to, in one way or another, chastise Ubon for not having a dragon of her own. Not wishing to get her two guardians involved she often keeps these comments to herself.

The twins do not consider their history exciting, and frankly, they are correct. Their parents are kind, but not perfect, clearly dissapointed they gave birth to two 'runts'. Their childhood was simple, lively, and full of games. When it came time for them to tame a dragon, they were supposed to do it separately, but Ubon tailed after her brother. He was lucky in this aspect, as Paisley had four heads to feed all at once which is hard with two hands. Riyad planned to get his own dragon and leave the snaptrapper to his sister, but it undoubtedly formed a bond with them as a duo, and Ubon cared little for what the village would think of that.

So begins...

Riyad and Ubon's Story

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Character Portrait: Isolde Character Portrait: Riyad and Ubon Character Portrait: Séraphin Character Portrait: Mitzi Character Portrait: Hefring Character Portrait: Ingrid Character Portrait: Naev Character Portrait: Aurelius Character Portrait: Rien Character Portrait: Njord

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It's been nearing three weeks since they last saw Ayesha. It was more than enough confirmation for Berk Dragon Academy's students that she was missing, and not just busy as the general public had been lead to believe. They also knew, however, that spreading that information may raise tensions even higher, so most chose to continue their life as normal.

Well, most. A rather enthusiastic individual made the decision to search for her himself. Séraphin wasn't exactly the best student in terms of performance, but he had a lot of heart and energy. But it was an endeavour that wouldn't be best done alone. An extra pair of eyes wouldn't hurt. Well, he did have his dragon, but he was thinking less reptilian companions. Like actual humans. He might wind up in Dan if left to his own devices, and Isolde was not going to volunteer rescuing him from their clutches.

Mitzi was an ideal candidate for a member, and through her, Isolde was dragged into the their small band. Finding the fourth member was proving a bit trickier, but eventually, they found it in Aurelius. He seemed interested. If anything, he could cover their backs as the teachers were rather partial to the blond.

With that, the Dragon Flight Club was born, borrowing the name of Hiccup's past troupe at Isolde's suggestion. A name like that was bound to bring some luck over to their side, right?

If yesterday was the day they finally named themselves, today would be their first official meeting. Official class time had finally ended in Berk, and students were free to do as they pleased on the island. The four chose their meeting place; atop the highest point in the island, underneath the shade of the Wryst tree. Now was the time they decide their next move.


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Character Portrait: Riyad and Ubon

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"Goodness gracious, listen here Sir Lame-a-lot, even if you don't come I'm going."

He glanced toward his sister, this pestering had been going on for what seemed like ages. If she planned on going without him, she already would have already done so. The boy had to admit, it was impressive how many ways she could make the same request over and over. A sigh escaped his lips, as he leaned forward and placed the book he was reading down on his lap.

"How long do you plan on doing this?" A smirk ran across the girls face.

"I think we both know the answer to that."

His fingers interlocking, Riyad stretched his arms skyward. The joints of his fingers cracked audibly and satisfyingly, his arms lowering shortly afterward. Pushing up from the resting place, his seat stirred and four heads peered over to the twins. Pushing her brother to side, and causing him to grunt out some sort of complaint she ignored, Ubon patted the dragons heads. He nuzzled his snouts into the girl, before flopping back on the ground for some more quality lounging.

"You said it was at the highest point in the island or something?" The blue Sylvan inquired as she began to climb atop the dragon. "Oh, and you should probably stop eavesdropping on peoples conversations."

"I'll stop when people stop having interesting conversations!" She giggled, entirely to herself mind you, the boy just let out yet another sigh. A hand outstretched toward her, grasping it, she was pulled atop their noble Paisley. "Why thank you Sir Lame-a-lot! Carry me off on your not quite white stead!"

"I hate you."

"Liar."

Patting the side of the dragon, it lifted its head to stare at its riders. Paisley was a rather awkward flier, more suited to sitting in place and pretending to be a flower. Being sneaky and stationary had that nasty effect on his evolutionary flying skills. They had practiced enough that he was hardly going to fling them over, but Paisley would still prefer walking over flying. Unfortunately going to the highest peak in Berk was not easy via walking.

The dragon lifted off the ground, and began to carry them to their destination. The twins would be arriving later then most, or at least Ubon imagined they would. They had hardly rushed out the gates, hopefully the group wouldn't be too hostile to newcomers, possibly late newcomers. First impressions ahoy!

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Character Portrait: Riyad and Ubon Character Portrait: Ingrid

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"Ayesha has been missing for three days up to now, I think it's mystery time!" Ingrid enthused, leaning against her scaly Friend. Colby grunted and nudged her gently with his snout. Ingrid had been quite receptive to the oddities of the island, her mind constantly finding ways to interest herself. Though she didn't know Ayesha personally, her reputation was known and spoken widely, and her disappearance was something that interested her ever since she's heard of it.

"No Colby, for reals this time! Maybe she got kidnapped? Or Ayesha found a flower that made her into a magical princess and went on loads of adventures making friends with lots of dragons and- and-!" She rambled on, only stopping to catch her breath. A nudge came again, harder this time. "Aw, you're just a spoilt sport. I think-" Her response was cut short as Colby rose, opening his gaping maw in a bored yawn, stretching his wings and giving her an expectant look with his lantern like orange eyes.

"I should get going? That's nonsense, Co- Oh, darn." Her eyes focused almost dreamily on the sun shining in the sky, voice carrying no sense of panic. It was as if her mind was completely disconnected with the events going on, in a world where time constraints didn't matter. "Guess I'll be counting on you then, Colby!" She announced, swinging herself onto her steed in one fluid process.

"Flight as usual, no?" Colby hissed in response, causing Ingrid to frown. "Please? Just for a little while away from Berk, you can fly fast!" A reluctant grunt. "Yes! Let's go!" Ingrid whooped as Colby spread out his wings and shot up into the sky in a blur of silver and red, the girl clinging tightly to his back. The burst of adrenaline and the wind blowing through her hair gave her an exhilarating sense of freedom, and it was one of the activities she cherished.

Colby flew straight up until the highest point of Berk as per normal, a habit the two had developed in all of their flights. Colby practically refused to fly higher up than that after Ingrid almost slipped off from the harness once. Which wasn't particularly fair to her, it was only once after all. However her mind didn't linger on that topic for long before her attention was caught by a dragon in the distance and its two riders. Two! This was new. Their dragon was interesting too, Ingrid counted four heads. Two for each owner?

"Colby, can you grow a head?" Ingrid asked half heartedly, letting out a soft laugh of amusement as her dragon dipped down sharply, making his displeasure clear. "I know, I know. Let's catch up! Friends are always better, no?" Ingrid could almost feel Colby sigh, but he sped up anyway, the both of them pulling up next to the green dragon and its riders in a matter of seconds. Colby was always fast, and as far as Ingrid could tell the four headed dragon wasn't that skilled in flying yet.

"Hello!" Ingrid called out cheerfully to the two riders. At a closer look, the two were twins, completely identical despite the fact that they were Brother and Sister. "How did you make your dragon grow four-" Her question was interrupted once again by a high pitched noise made by none other than Colby. "Oh, I forgot. It's Ingrid! My name, that is. This is Colby, what's yours?" She introduced herself rather nonchalantly, as though they were conversing on the ground instead of riding on the backs of dragons. Those minor details never bothered her that much.

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Character Portrait: Isolde Character Portrait: Riyad and Ubon Character Portrait: Séraphin Character Portrait: Mitzi Character Portrait: Hefring Character Portrait: Ingrid Character Portrait: Aurelius

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Mitzi's mind was running away with her behind that tree. This is it, she thought. We've been caught. We're in trouble. Oh, what cruel fate; we've been stopped before we even had a chance to start! Eventually, though, she was roused from her thoughts by the fact that the scene was continuing without her. She peered around the trunk of the tree cautiously, slowly taking in Aurelius and Isolde's responses, and in turn realizing what Hefring had actually asked in the first place. "Oh, wait. You want to join us? Awesome! We'll definitely find her with you on our team!"

Her cheers were cut short when she noticed some more dragons in the sky, headed straight for them. She scrambled up the tree to get a better look, hand shielding her eyes from the sun while she leaned far out. Yep, they were definitely headed to their meeting. It looked like the twins, aaand... well, someone else.
"So much for this being a super-secret meeting. Alright, what loudmouth told?" Despite the accusatory words, there was no malice in her tone. Somewhere in the background, Baird made a grumbling noise that clearing (at least to Mitzi) said You. You're the loudmouth. "Oh," she laughed, swinging back and forth from the one hand that held her to her perch on the tree's branch. "In that case, the more the merrier!" Hey, hold on, was that a Typhoomerang? Definitely! No doubt about it, their other addition was Ingrid the Daydream. She laughed again, watching as the three neared.

“So, what do we do now?”

Mitzi turned her gaze groundward at Aurelius's words. "We decide where to start looking for Ayesha, right?" The girl swung in a wide circle around the tree branch, landing finally in a seated position on the branch below. Really, it was a miracle she didn't fall and break her neck. She kicked her legs as she sat, like the hyperactive kid she was, and looked down at Séraphin for leadership. "We've got members, now the Dragon Flight Club needs a game plan!" She pointed her index finger dramatically as she spoke, first holding it to her cheek then pointing in the general direction of the others on the ground. Her head quirked to the side as her thoughts returned to her earlier idea. "Naev really would be good for this part..." Her curious eyes returned to the nearing dragons as she contemplated this.

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Character Portrait: Riyad and Ubon Character Portrait: Ingrid

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They knew that poor Paisley wasn't a good flier but it was vaguely embarrassing to have another dragon easily speed to their side. Unfortunately the dragon didn't take a liking to being embarrassed, or strangers, or strangers embarrassing him. If he didn't have to concentrate so much of flying without flinging the twins off his back, he would be putting the snap in snaptrapper to use.

The blue one didn't feel much better then the dragon about the sudden arrival of this new girl. He shot glares over but held back any comments he wanted to make, since his sister was with him she could handle whoever this was. If this Ingrid ticked him off anymore, they he would interject on the girls conversation.

"Yeah, hey, hello, salutations and all that junk! A smiled was splayed across Ubon's face as she spoke to Ingrid. "I am the lovely Ubon! These two here are the not-quite-as-lovely-or-cute-as-me, Riyad and Paisley! She leaned toward the other dragon rider, raising a hand to her mouth as if to feign whispering, her volume certainly not matching the actions. "Don't be fooled by us looking identical, I am definitely cuter."

A scoff came from her brother, to which she replied in turn but sticking her tongue out at him. After that short display of sibling affection, her gaze went back to the Ingrid.

"If your going somewhere I don't recommend matching out pace, Paisley here is going to take awhile." A growl of annoyance emerged in response to the comment, to which Ubon immediately replied back in a fake stern tone. "Don't sass me mister." One of the four heads of the clumsy flier looked back towards the young girl, their eyes met, and an invisible exchange seemed to occur. The head returned to its original position, and Ubon looked back toward the other flier with a smile.

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Character Portrait: Riyad and Ubon Character Portrait: Ingrid

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Ingrid smiled despite herself as she watched the siblings interact with each other. They're so close, it must be nice to have a sibling with you all the time. Ingrid was the only child, and though she was never quite lonely with her habit of speaking to people there were times where she vaguely wondered what having a sibling that you were extremely close to was like. The twins seemed to share a special bond all on their own, and Ingrid was appreciative yet slightly jealous of that fact.

"Oh, don't worry about it! I'm not going anywhere in particular anyway. Where are you heading to?" Ingrid didn't wait for her to reply before something else caught her eye. There was a small group in their direction, siting under the tree. "Are you going there? Is that part of the mystery? Are you sleuths too?" She fired off a series of questions in rapid succession, her eyes bright with excitement. This was exciting, maybe it fitted into the disappearance of Ayesha? How fun!

A small noise from Colby brought her back again, blinking in surprise. "Oh sorry, where were we?" A short whine. "Ah, yes. That's right. It's nice to meet you, Ubon and Riyard. I think Paisley is fantastic." She meant what she said completely. Four heads! Who would've thought. Despite seeing many kinds of dragons on the island of Berk she grew up on, this is the first time she had seen one with that many heads. She barely noticed how slow it was in flying, and in a way it added to a dragon's charm, after all. Unlike some that see dragons as useful creatures, Ingrid appreciates them based on how they're her friends.

"Ah, that said! Have any idea of Ayesha then, you guys are searching for the mystery too, right?"

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Character Portrait: Riyad and Ubon Character Portrait: Ingrid

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A torrent of questions was sent to the twins, Ingrid's curiosity was grating on the boy. What privilege did she have that allowed her to ask all the questions but give no information on herself. Not that he wanted to know why she was here, or if she was going anywhere. The only think he wished of her was to bug off, telling her as much was on the tip of his tongue.

Almost as if on cue the tiny had of his sister patted him on the back, she didn't even look away from Ingrid but she knew how he felt. While not one to admit it, he was annoyed how in tune with him Ubon was. That little red devil seemed to be able to read his mind, however he lacked the key to hers. Grunting quietly in annoyance with everything, he pushed the hand off his back and focused ahead.

"Starting with questions and ending with questions! We may not be sleuths, but you sure seem like one." A wide grin and a chuckle followed her own remark. "We're not searching for any mysteries, sorry to disappoint. I just eaves- Ahem! Overheard there was a people meeting at the high point, and they wanted it to be secret, so I was curious!"

Actually, if she was searching for a secret did that make her a sleuth? Usually she was just called 'annoying' and 'stop rooting around in my drawers you brat'. Oh the good ol' day! Suddenly the last question donned over the red twin, mystery about Ayesha? Wasn't she just out on a long task searching for the cure? Sure it had been a few weeks but that didn't mean the official report was wrong did it. Sure she had eavesdropped on plenty of people in the Academy saying that it was a cover up for the public...

Oh goodness it was a cover up for the public.

Mentally scolding herself for being so naive, she glared at the brother sitting in front of her. Long had it been his job to make sure his adorable twin wasn't being deceived, now he shirked these responsibilities! Wheeling back a fist she clobbered that dolt on the back of the head. After the recoil and shock Riyad looked back at her, clearly irritated, with good reason.

"What was that for?!" The boy gazed into his sisters now pouting visage.

"You didn't tell me those rumors about Ayesha were true! I thought she was doing just merrily!" The boys eyes narrowed in condescending disbelief.

"Jeez Ubon, I knew you were dumb, but this time you've impressed me."

"Now don't be like that, tell me stuff like that you... you... doorknob!" She sounded impressed with herself and rather jovial that she had come up with such a stellar insult. Causing her brother to sigh as he seemed to often do with her.

"Yeah sure, just don't hit me like that you... fruit." His sister had another stupid name almost instantly, calling her sibling a grape, Riyad replied with another 'insult'. After several more rounds, ending with the boy being called an anchovie, when he looked back to reply his eyes glanced over Ingrid. He started at her for a few seconds, before blushing heavily and returning to facing forward with a silent stern demeanor. His sister giggled, looking back to the green haired lass gliding alongside them.

"In case your still curious after all that, no I have no ideas about Ayesha, and it would seem our search has just begun." Her search that Riyad would be dragged along for, but those were just minor details. They were getting quite close to the peak now, their unwelcome intrusion would begin shortly!