Rudeness is the weak person's imitation of strength.
Description: Relatively tall for an Elf, standing tall at 6'6", Zion observes the world with beautiful blue eyes and a very light blonde hair, almost silver and basically white. His features are sharp, giving him a narrow jawline and high cheekbones, both of which are very pronounced and lend to his face having a very symmetrical shape. His ears are perfectly pointed, and his teeth are perfect. A rather beautiful Elf. His form is not yet whithered by age. Physically speaking, he is not overtly muscular, but muscular enough that he'd be a phenomenal hunter or scout. Very fit and defined.
Personality: Naturally extroverted, Zion is always ready to live and live to the fullest extent of what life has to offer! Though, when the situation calls for it, he is fully capable of being stern and cold-hearted like the snow upon the mountainside. Kind and virtuous yet ruthless and merciless, he is both and performs as such with spectacular efficiency. He also tends to enjoy pranks, but more often than not, he is warm and wise, always willing to help the younger members of the kinship however he can.
Background: Born as the son to Averill Reid, Zion practically came out of the womb laughing and leaping for joy, figuratively speaking. While he wasn't exactly born in a place of power, he still happily found his place in the world. He loved exploring the wilds of his home, seeing the animals, feeling the cold wind on his face. To that end, at a very young age, Zion took up the bow, and learned everything he could about it, gaining his wolf companion when he came of age as well.
But, as time rolled on, and Zion only grew older catastrophe struck at every angle. He helplessly watched as the Elves's immortality was taken from them, watched as the great elders withered and died along with many of his loved ones. Soon after that, the Host arrived and struck their cruel blow.
Yet hope burned ever brightly in Zion's eyes, who joined the great struggle of the Eradication War. It was during such a war that Zion earned the name of Eagle-Eye, for his remarkable aim and great skill with a bow. He aided his people as they moved across the great sea, and helped keep resolve until they found the new land.
Now, Zion offers wisdom and his skill as a hunter to his Kinship, in the hopes that his people will prosper.