Eye Color: Aqua
Hair Color: Brown
Place of Origin: Arad Doman
Elethias was a thin, lanky young man of 15, only five foot seven, with close cropped brown hair, a charming smile, and deep aqua eyes that sometimes seemed to have dozens of yellow streaks radiating from the pupils. It was his eyes that had often gotten him rooms to stay in on his way to the White Tower in Tar Valon, and also the unwanted attentions of every nearly farm girl he met.
He hadn?t had much in the way of training on his way to the tower, or even before, but he had taught himself a little of the use of a weapon he had found on one of the merchant he had been traveling with?s guards? dead body. That had been both a sore loss and a great find. He had found out that the merchant was a darkfriend, and had quietly learned that the rest of the camp the same. Fortunately, there had only been four of them, and he had quietly slit all of their throats in their sleep. The last one had been the hardest, because it was a female, but he still managed to kill her. It was from these people that he had gotten his money, and a strange weapon that one of the guards had called a ?Katana,? along with some traveling clothes.
Elethias had not had much of a childhood. From as far back as he could remember his parents had always seemed distant and cold. But that was the way things went around his household. He had always been pushed to be a responsible person, but always felt he could be more than just a minor player of the Game of Houses. So, when the chance came, he left with the first merchant?s caravan to come into town.
He had been born to the house of Rithamus, in Arad Doman, but had
renounced his name when he left his family for greater things. He had, at first, worried that his father might send someone after him, but later realized that his father didn?t care enough about him to waste the time, effort, and money that would have been required to get him back.
He had done many things and been many places since he left his
home, and now, standing in awe of the White Tower, he knew that all of his trials, all of his hardships, and all of his dreams had been worth their while. He had finally found a place to call home.