NOTICE: G'day. You may notice that this profile was a lot similar to the user "Nvis10nClassics" page on the UTAU wiki. That's because I am Nvis10nClassics. For some reason, I can't log into my old profile on my computer, and despite trying multiple times, I still couldn't get in. Apparently the password was changed without my doing, so I'm just going to calmly assume that it was hacked and move on. But yeah, I'm here now.
Hello, mortals. You have now crossed one of the most boring profiles on this wiki-
So...you can leave now.
Just kidding....I can track you...
So watch your back...
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How to Make a Good OC (Troll):
These are crucial steps...
- Think of a concept beforehand: this will serve as your brain's rough draft
- Come up with a good name: GOOD name, not your name...or...some other common name a parent would name their child...like "Ashley," or "Dylan," or "Jack." Go for somethin' like..."Raven."
- Get them designs: Start coming up with some designs. If you're not good at it, then ask someone to help or get a reference for something cool that can inspire you. DON'T COPY AND REMAKE ANOTHER DESIGN
- Ex. I got a picture of Tracer from Overwatch. So I use her suit, redo her hair, give her green eyes, and make her black. <-- Not creative at all.
- Come up with their backgrounds: This is where you use that rough draft.
- Don't make your character super duper overpowered. They get bad rep.
- No Mary Sues nor Gary Sues (aka the PERFECT CHARACTER)
- Give your character some limits and weaknesses. Gotta be realistic even in the fantasy world.
- Give your character a reasonable enemy. Hint: They don't have to be living.
- It's okay for your character to be the neutral guy who doesn't do anything every once in a while. They don't always have to be the hero or the bad guy.
- Give them a power. Hint: Doesn't have to be supernatural ;)
- Not all characters are liked by everyone. Give them a social status according to their story. Sure, they can be liked by everyone and not have a living nemesis.
- Put them in a story: Characters want some purpose too!
- Don't know what type of story you want to put them in? Consider the following small tips:
- Stories don't always have a happy ending like a fairy or folk tale. They can have a neutral ending, or a bad ending.
- It's good to surprise the reader every now and then.
- Try this: Character flaws.
- Sometimes, the best stories are portrayals of life experiences. They can have a universal topic (such as a teen girl going through depression), but everyone handles personal matters differently (why they're depressed; how they handle their depression; how their depression changes them).
- Revise if needed: Revisions are OK dude.
- If the character doesn't suit a certain plot, you don't have to change your entire story. Try adding a little tweaks to some of the other characters or your main one. Add or subtract some detail from your story if needed.