Join date: 2011-12-05
Location: USA D8!
|Subject: Czarina the Archen Sat Mar 03, 2012 11:42 am|| |
Name: Czarina (Often nicknamed Zarzar, Rina, or Zari)
Pokedex Number: 566
Rank & Team Name*: Guild Member (Joining a team soon)
Moves: Ancient Power, Acrobatics, Dragon Breath, Bite (Egg move)
History: Czarina came from a line of ancient rulers, and takes incredibly pride in it. But a long time ago the kingdom was destroyed and they were rulers no more. Czarina was never born in their lands, nor was she officially considered royalty despite being the first born of her generation. She still takes pride in her lineage and often can be somewhat bratty. Eventually her family, poor and homeless made it to Grassveil town. Her father, an Aerodactyl, and mother, an Archeops, were permanently injured from fierce battles throughout their travels. This left her to find a way to raise money to support her family. Czarina holds no grudges against her family, they tried their hardest and now it is her turn to work hard. She decided to join the guild and join a team to do various missions and earn money to keep her family fed. Although the thought of going on adventures is exciting, her main goal is helping her family.
Other: Czarina can be a bit of a brat, at times, wanting to have her way when it comes to things. At the same time she can be incredibly generous and giving. Zari has a kind heart, it is just overshadowed by her desire to be a princessy ruler of sorts at times when certain scenarios come into play. She is completely set on finding a way to learn Dragon Tail, a famous move known among those of her family lineage.
Join date: 2011-02-24
Location: The TARDIS
Team: ShadowFern/DesertWind /Voltage/Obsidian/Storm /Oncoming Storm
|Subject: Re: Czarina the Archen Sat Mar 03, 2012 11:45 am|| |
Approved. I have to say I've always loved Archen XD
As long as Im with you, time will never end ...They’ve promised us that dreams come true - but forgot that nightmares are dreams too.The good things don't always soften the bad things, but vice-versa,
the bad things don't necessarily spoil the good things and make them unimportant.