|Florian Phinneas Horatio Aldebrant, Esquire|
|Sexual Orientation||Most likely Heterosexual, but Finn has yet to show interest in anyone.|
|Affiliation||Circle of Magi|
|Occupation||Fully Harrowed Mage|
|Gear||A set of perfectly immaculate robes. One ghastly hat -- knitted by mom. "Vera", his handy-dandy staff of Mage Might.|
|Behind the Mask|
Finn is tall and lanky, even for a mage who seldom sees the outside of the tower walls. He has rusty-brown hair and dark brown eyes. He's quite pasty from all that time in the library. While not obviously good-looking, Finn has a certain charm to him that makes him adorable. It's probably his awkwardness. He walks confidently, secure in his knowledge and mastery over his magic.
Finn is socially awkward. From a pampered household he was taken to the circle at a young age by doting parents who keep close contact with him. Finn's parents are lessor nobles from the Bannorn, which allows them the privilege of frequent visits and sending of gifts.
He is bookish and a bit shy, except when it comes to healing. He has a calm and professional demeanor with the sick and injured, unless there is blood. He is exceptionally tidy, and always checks a person's hands for cleanliness before agreeing to shake.
Finn was the top of his year and breezed easily through his classes. If there is a such thing as being "too good" at magic, Finn has found a way. He is extremely confident in his magical and healing abilities, and even his very, very clean lightning spells are formidable. He knows this. He is a nervous person by nature, however, and people make him a bit jumpy. Probably because of all the wedgies he used to get.
Finn is the self-proclaimed Tower Linguist, even knowing a fair amount of Elvish. He spends many hours studying things that most people think he daft for wasting his time worrying about.
Finn has incredible adoration of the mage Anders, and aspired to be as good as he at healing. He will often refer to himself as "The Best Spirit Healer, next to Anders". While Finn has never attempted such a thing, Anders' many escape attempts impressed him.
Finn has never thought to question the Chantry laws that bind him to the Circle, or the templars who are not always overly careful with him.