This OC is retired ---
Prince Egil Lindworm
|Parent||what will you do|
|Parent Story||Prince Lindworm|
|Secret Heart's Desire||I want to advocate for the rights of students seen as out of the norm. Now, I’m going to admit that I’m fairly privileged, I’m royalty, a prince, and a white Norwegian one at that. However, prejudice is still a thing here and as someone who’s undergoing it, I want to support everyone who’s fighting for their rights.|
|My "Magic" Touch||I wouldn’t call it magic, and I wouldn’t call it anything special. My dragonness is more of a hindrance than a blessing, but for some weird reason, I wouldn’t want to lose it. It’s part of me, and I would regret losing it even if it meant I would be treated better.|
|Storybook Romance Status||Why is marriage the end goal in my tale? Why should I just be treated as I should be simply because I manage to find myself a wife? What’s wrong with our culture?|
|Oh "Curses!" Moments||Sometimes I’m proud of my differences and other days I just wish I could be the perfect prince. I can never decide and it gives it great angst.|
|Favorite Subject||Rhetoric. I’m not good with most things, but I’m willing to combat my social anxiety to deal with public speaking, as long as people are willing to listen.|
|Least Favorite Subject||Beast Training and Care. Right now I’m attempting to drop the class, but apparently the main offices find it hilarious that I have the subject, so I’m forced to continue taking it.|
|Best Friends Forever After||Hyacinth Flowers and Solbjørn Hvittsen are my fellow Norwegian princes. Hyacinth's commentary on social justice is amazing, and Sol and I have cursed-into-an-animal-and-saved-by-wifey solidarity.|
Egil Lindworm is the son of Prince Lindworm, from a Scandinavian fairy tale of the same name. He is owned by iEatIdiots
While Egil is a polite young prince, his fellow students are often terrified, or far too curious about him.
Egil is a calm and collected young man, who speaks in a quiet voice and refuses to stir up any sorts of arguments or conflict.
He is very much a typical prince, with a talent of smiling well and looking handsome. However, due to being stunned from society for long periods of time due to his physical, dragonite appearance, Egil had to spend quite a bit of time alone, developing his personality. As a result, the serpent prince is a rather kind-hearted soul, with a fondness of learning about foreign places and meeting new people.
Egil very much wishes to be an advocate for not-completely-human and disabled students like himself, but isn't sure where to start, mainly because he recognises his privilege and doesn't want to talk over others. Generally, Egil is incredibly shy and asocial.
Obviously, Egil isn’t exactly human. While his upper body takes the appearance of a young teenager, his lower body is a dragon tale, scaly and smooth. He is fair skinned, with light blonde hair which hangs loose. He has blue eyes and a straight nose. His face is fairly gaunt, and he would not be described as handsome by most people.
Fairy tale – Prince LindwormEdit
Once, a queen gives birth to two princes, one human and one a snake-like creature. The snake-like creature runs off, and is never heard from again. Later, when the prince is older, he goes to seek a princess’ hand in marriage, but runs into his elder brother. His elder brother is now a monstrous Lindworm, and demands to be married first.
However, the Lindworm eats his first two brides, which obviously causes a stir in the neighbouring kingdoms. The prince still wants to get married, so he gets a young peasant girl to be his wife. The peasant girl is told by a witch lady how to break the Lindworm’s curse.
Later that night, she wears ten dresses, and orders the Lindworm to shed one of his skins each time he asks her to remove a dress. This continues until all the dresses are off, then the peasant girl bathes him in milk and whips him. Then, she has to survive the icky thought of holding him in her arms (this probably implies something else, guys).
In the morning, the Lindworm is now a handsome young prince. The two get remarried, and I bet his twin brother at the beginning got his princess as well.
It’s such a happy story okay.
Egil's father is (obviously) Prince Lindworm and his peasant wife. They live in a fancy castle.
Egil isn't fond of his father, who seem to have completely ignored his existence as a dragon previous. Egil thinks that his father is good at forgetting and ignoring things in the past his father doesn't like, thus Egil refuses to be a King like his father.
Egil has a fraternal twin sister named Dalinda, the epitome of a perfect princess. She is well-spoken, quiet and demure, and trained in the art of sewing and looking pretty. Egil is fairly overprotective over his sister, which often prevents Dalinda from getting any dates. Ladies, check your brothers and make sure that they're not cannibalistic dragons. Your next date might be never.
- He used to be called Ladon, wow.