No one makes you a legend. You have to fight for it and earn it yourself.
Description: Full of vibrant energy, this young elf is tall in stature and athletic in build. Lacking the bulk of some other members of his Kinship, he nonetheless moves with the confident grace of a warrior despite his youth. Skin bronzed and dusky without yet being weathered, Garron has a full head of black hair that just barely touches the tops of his ears. Pale green eyes stand out against darker skin, determined but also kind. His facial features are strong and elegant, the young elf seemingly caught between wishing to be a very serious man and unable to help but smile often and easily. There is a certain sense of urgency about him, a frenetic and passionate way about him that suggests a desire for movement and action.
(Bruised and obviously sore, he's clearly been in a fight of some kind.)
Personality: A young elf that feels he has much to prove, Garron's personality is typically comprised of one of two modes. Either a deep earnestness born from a desire to be taken seriously or an almost boyish eagerness to prove himself to his Kinship and family. Both of these traits lead him to take matters of combat, toughness, and ferocity seriously. Fond of discussing the most dangerous animal he has tangled with or the hottest day he has been out among the sands, his eagerness doesn't tend to come off as desperate but rather as the result of someone who wants to be useful to those he loves. Quick to smile despite himself, quick to lend a hand to those in need, kind and generous to those he has come to trust, he attempts to find a place for himself in a changing world.
Background: Garron was a young elf when the Thalerith joined the other Kinships during the third migration. He's spent almost as much time in Aarandor as he did in Larandor and as such, he's taken to the new landscape fairly well. From a young age he wished to make something of himself in the family and Kinship that values toughness, endurance, and merit. He was still very young when the Host attacked and while his brother went off to fight against this fierce enemy, Garron was tasked with more defensive roles closer to home. Stung by this very mild affront, he resolved to prove his worth to his family and the Thalerith as a whole.
Having survived the third migration where so many did not, Garron was eager to see and conquer this new world. He has been in search of ways to test himself against a dangerous foe and find a way to stand out amongst the many clever and skilled warriors amongst the desert elves. At the same time, he is serious about honor and the protection of the weak. He wants to be useful and he wants to impress his betters, especially his cousin the Warlord.