Dresden is an eccentric, passionate, young man who at first is seemingly moody, but once entered into a conversation he turns out to be a rather knowledgeable and down to earth person. Most of the time you'll find Dresden furiously scribbling on parchment of some kind trying to write down lyrics or strumming his acoustic guitar, he's a talented musician, and takes the guitar as a frequent hobby. He is seen as quiet and moody, or at least to those who neglect to talk to him. In another sense, Dresden is an intensely focused individual, whenever there is something he sets his mind to he never falters to reach that goal, his will is strong, and is not easily disassembled by doubts or insults. Dresden is liked more for his unwavering loyalty to those he deems worthy and his trustworthiness, as well as his bravery for being openly pansexual. He keeps a leveled head above himself, and has little qualms with students around the school, he is largely known for his strong personality. At times, the young man is seen as having a chilled demeanor but is otherwise distant, his true passions only showing through the tangle of lyrics on each of his songs or the strums of his guitar. In relationships, he isn't one to go flirting about as evidenced by his reluctance to go out to parties. He favors security and stability, being such, strangely Dresden has always been comfortable with who he is, and cares little for being judged.
Dresden is someone who shows comfort in the familiar and can become fearful when faced with a foreign element. He is very possessive, and shown to be a little too clingy as mentioned by past boyfriends and girlfriends, although he is reported to be very sensual and loving. One very serious problem with his personality is his rare explosive anger which is not something to tamper with, often times when this anger is attempting to leak out he'll storm off in the opposite direction to sort himself out, a coping method introduced by his surrogate father.
What could have been a normal life for the young boy, quickly turned into sudden disaster. While he can't remember much of his forlorn past a family member of his often mentions that his family was indebted to a clan of werewolves, while you could hardly call them a family they operated more like a hunt pack. For their services they often demanded something costly, as far as what his father and mother had done to deserve the payment is unknown to Dresden himself, although what for what they suffered he figures it must have been costly, for they were hunted and killed, leaving their baby son behind. Seeing as how compassion and sympathy wasn't completely absent from this pack. the leaders decided on taking the child in, and when he came of age to turn him into a Lycanthrope, like themselves. While Dresden hardly knew of his origins, he lived a rather peaceful, yet somewhat isolated existence in dense forests within wooden cabins with his 'surrogate' family, who made sure to instill within Dresden a sense of pride in his feral form. While the boy found the transformation to be entirely uncomfortable, the freedom he gained by being able to bond with other animals in the wild helped him contain his urge of most nights, other nights, his surrogate parents, who often held a deep seated hatred for humans were once tempted to let him kill and feed as his natural disposition should allow, but choose not to burden the boy with the heavy guilt of killing other humans to satisfy his urges as such Dresden found a balance of control, yet Wolfsbane potion was found to be a constant relief from unexpected transformation. As the boy grew older, and past the age of 9, he already felt the need to escape the confined space of the woods, luckily a letter just happened to be sent to the small cabin and while his surrogate parents thought that they location was completely hidden from that of the Wizarding World, it was only then that they realized the true potential of the boy. To hopefully show the Muggles and Wizards that a Werewolf could live among them without killing.
The final decision was ultimately theirs to make, and they were quick to send their 'son' to Hogwarts with question or objection. Of course, upon arriving it was obvious to the Headmaster that his case was special and that he would need to be under constant watch, or at least find a way to mitigate his transformation. As anyone would know, Lycanthropism is in fact permanent and there would be no quick fix for the young man, the next few years at Hogwarts proved to be the least amount of time he spent as a Werewolf, and he was able to somehow evade suspicion of his affliction. Every full moon he would hide within the deeper basements of Hogwarts, or even go out to Hagrid's cottage, and take Wolfsbane potion to calm himself, and to keep himself from raging out of control, and while it did slightly irk him that he would never be normal, he greeted his affliction as something naturally apart of himself, and refused to look at himself as a monster as others would. In the end, Dresden believes much of what he accomplished at Hogwarts was worth it, and he greets each and every year with positivity, despite the growing concern of his surrogate parents at the fact that he seems to be losing touch with his feral side.
Blackwood, Silver Accents, Agate Carved Handle
Mainly for use in the Dark Arts, which Dresden has a penchant for.
His Familiar is a Red-tailed Hawk
His Patronus is a Wolf.