...but I need to choose. I have quite the list here.
L'mar and Sabbath
L'roh and Moirath
L'ust and Wrath
M'tias and Yeskith
Matthew and Georth Cannot be played
Naraez and Tahldorth or Geith (or Peichurarth)
S'las and Tugenth
there's also Minette, Ska, and Saria, but those are all girls.
L'mar is an arrogant, self-proclaimed hero who believes in doing the right thing. The right thing is whatever he's doing. Not a bad leader but can be driven to desperation and can be a total jerk at times. Is also fond of meaningless sex.
Sabbath is huge, fat, and missing half his face from a tangle with another dragon at birth. He has an aura of self-righteousness and believes he is some form of higher being. He, like his rider, is prone to womanizing.
L'roh is best described as an asshole. He is very self-centered and can be incredibly abusive, especially towards those he loves most. He has no morals and nothing is beneath him.
Moirath is the gentleman of the two, and tends to be eloquent and polite where L'roh is morally ambiguous (to put it nicely). He is patriarchal, though, and places a lot on manners and presentation.
L'ust is not actually a pervert. He's like a puppy and fails at everything that isn't biology. He doesn't do so well when it comes to being romantic, but he tries. Sometimes. He is beyond socially awkward and tends to whine about things. And he's terrified of water.
Wrath needs development but is probably, as his name suggest, not a very pleasant dragon. He expects a lot out of L'ust and doesn't often get it.
M'tias is a brilliant, innovative young man, but this is hidden beneath a scarred mind and a dragon that is a physical representation of all the fear and pain he has ever felt in his life.
Yeskith is a big, hideous monster. And he hates golds.
Matthew cares for little but his sister. She comes first. He's a guard dog who puts duty first and tends to be a bit of a snob. He likes to learn things and can resort to snooping. Sex both frightens and disgusts him.
Georth is a rogue. He's a smaller bronze and closer to a brown in nature. Though capable of leading, it's hidden beneath a kind heart and a mischievous grin.
Naraez... It depends, honestly. Really. He can be a cunning leader, a brilliant trickster, a tragic hero, a compassionate lover, and a heartless murderer, all at once. When I make his profile, it is prone to change. Just note that he usually hates women. I have played against ONE female character that he did not hate. ONE. I can not predict where he will go. He also makes a great wher handler or renegade.
Tahldorth is boring. Geith is cold and brutal. Peichurarth is creepy.
S'las is a neat-freak and a grammar Nazi. He was trained to be polite and chivalrous and tends to over-do it. He appears to be perfect--until he gets upset. He's a total homophobe and tries to hide it, but fails. He is, after all, a horrible liar.
Tugenth is a skinny little one-eyed bronze who is overly protective of S'las and is ultra-paranoid of everything.
I'm going to put my vote on L'mar, I think, mainly because I desire a silver rider in the Weyr who will be prepared to go up to D'lan and ask him what on Pern's going on with theses disappearances and is he doing anything to help.