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This thread is where you can talk about any or all OCs you have created, for any fandom.

What's your OC's name? What fandom did you create it for? What does he or she look like? What personality does he or she have? What other aspects, including past, do he or she have?

For Pokemon OCs: What team do they have? Are they good or bad trainers? Have they worked with any evil teams? What are their goals?

I will post from time to time, the more I develop. ^_^ have fun guys!

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I think I'll start with my brand new one first. The birth place, current location and a small bit of the history can be easily changed.

Name: Leith
Age: 16 
Gender: Male
Birthplace: Blackthorn City, Johto
Current Location: Viridian City, Kanto

Rank: Pokémon trainer
Occupation: Jack of all trades, wilderness speciality

Battle Style
Goes with his gut and thinks on his feet, if he has time to prepare for his opponent he comes up with a strategy. These strategies tend to be free flowing and adaptable to change.

 

Appearance:
Vivid bright jade green eyes, shoulder length orange hair. He’s got an average lanky athletic build, weighs about one hundred and twenty five pounds. He stands at five foot six, but has the promise of more height by the time he stops growing. For now he was in that coltish phase, long limbs sorta gawky, that the young and still growing get cursed with. Tends to wear whatever suits his current environment, with the emphasis of comfortable yet durable. The main thing he almost always never leaves behind is his trench coat, the outside is worn brown leather, but the inside has many pockets. He’ll either pull back his hair into a short tail or let it down. 


Personality:
The first word that comes to mind in regards to Leith is that he is honest. He can lie, if he needs to, but usually doesn’t either because he doesn’t care or that lying would be a lot more problematic than just spitting it out. He even uses his honesty to the point of barely rude bluntness or sarcasm. Things tend to roll off him, but while he might seem to easily forgive, he doesn’t forget and finds a way to pay the person back. He can go from animatedly boisterous, to serious and calculating. He’ll give people chances, but doesn’t for a moment trust them till he’s sure their intentions are good. 

The loss of his parents saw that he didn’t take for granted the people he cared for. He tries not to fight and if he does, he tries to make up for it. While he won’t show it, he has a problem being alone, as in he doesn’t have anyone with him including Bulbasaur and usually fidgets. So if he is waiting in a Pokémon Centre, he’s usually tapping his foot or drumming his fingers, if he is by himself. The sight of blood usually makes him incredibly depressed and depending on the situation that caused it, angry.

He can be reckless, rushing in to help someone if he sees them in trouble, even if it means he’ll get hurt himself. He can be stubborn, not giving up till he is satisfied, but never to the point he puts his Pokémon or friends in danger. He is practical and thrifty, he doesn’t like to waste anything. He likes the outside more than the confines of indoors, wild areas versus tamed cityscapes. He is at his most comfortable lost on some back end trail than cooped up where only skyscrapers touch the blue of above. 

Caves and the sounds of falling rocks scare him, caves make him claustrophobic and falling rocks simply terrify him. He tries to avoid mountains or, if he can’t he spends the entire time scared and very eager to get it over with. 


Hobbies:
Because he is a practical sort, he tends to do what he can to make money. This usually means he'll find someone lost and have them hire him to fix the problem. Otherwise he'll hire on as a guide. He'll hunt down herbs, berries, if it has to do with being out in nature, he'll happily do it.

He likes to read, a lot, he isn't picky either. If he ends up in a new place, he buys a tourist guidebook and then goes looking for whatever else pertains to that area. 

Something both him and his Bulbasaur have in common is their love for food, mainly sweets. He likes to think of himself as a novice food connoisseur and finds a way to put them in a position to taste new things, preferably if it means he won’t have to pay for it. 

He has a penny whistle that he carries with him that he loves to play. If he can’t find work when he needs it, he’ll sit down some place and play for whatever people are willing to give him.


Likes/Dislikes:
+Food/Sweets (cake the best)
+High places
+Music

-Mountains/caves
-Crowded cities
-Bitter things


History:
His earliest memories were of being carried in a sling as his mother and father explored. He grew up surrounded by nature and the Pokémon therein, his parents telling him all about those temporary playmates. When he was three, a Bulbasaur was given to him by his father. The Grass type was the baby to the elder man’s Venusaur and so the Bulbasaur became the closest person to him aside from his parents. They travelled all over the place, learning all sorts of things and seeing so much. When he was ten his parents were killed in a rock slide, the only thing that saved him and his friend was his mother’s Pidgeot taking him to the nearest town.

The bird had been injured herself and the combination of injuries, the flight and heartsickness saw her dying not long after he was safe. All that was left were his memories and Bulbasaur. He’d stayed in an orphanage for a year while family was looked for, but he was miserable the entire time. He didn’t fit in with the other children, fought often with them and the adults. The only one who could comfort him at all was his Bulbasaur. Eventually an uncle was found, his mother’s brother who he’d never known existed. The man and his father didn’t get along and as a result him and his mother became estranged. 

He didn’t have any idea on how to take care of some orphaned boy-child, but he was family so he owed the kid to try. Fuchsia had been a huge adjustment for him. He hated it and longed to be free of the endless noise and towering structures. His uncle owned a book store, he grew to love books and they were his only escape. For six long years he went to school, he studied, he worked in the store, he muddled along. The only thing that kept him from despairing was the idea that once he was old enough he could be free of it all and go back to wandering the world, just like his parents. He had grown to care for his uncle, but he could never love the city.

Maybe if they weren’t in a big city he might have adjusted well, but that wasn’t where he ended up. All the money he’d earned, either as a child or later working in the store, he saved. Reading books about wilderness survival, cooking, mending, even making clothing from the things he would later on hunt for food. Countless books on herbs, berries, all sorts of edible things had been his favourites. Eventually however, he would finally be able to go where his heart longed to be

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Alright, here goes!

I have four OCs based on real persons for my crossover fanfic:

Name: Yunho Jung

Age: 18

Nickname: Cream of the Castelia Crop (by the media), Yun (his close friends)

Gender: Male

Fandom: Pokemon, but he is in reality a member of duo Tohoshinki

Appearance: Almost-black hair slicked back and parted in a 3:7 ratio and skimming the back of his neck. Brown-grey eyes. Oval shaped face with prominent chin. 

Clothing: Has a sporty style. Often wears merchandise related to the collegiate battle team he joined at the start of his first year at Castelia University. In the winter, he wears thicker coats.

History: Yunho's father was arrested and imprisoned for a high-profile murder commited by a Pokemon he owned, and Yunho and his mother were shunned by their hometown as a result. They moved to Johto, where their father's ancestral home was, and in order to relieve Yunho of nightmares involving his father, his mother had the Ecruteak Gym Leader eliminate his early childhood and childhood memories for eight  years. Yunho has since learned to live as a Johtoan, and only decides to leave Johto after his mother dies in a landslide.

Region: Sinnohvian by birth (Sunyshore City, affluent district), but due to events in the past (see History), he believes he has lived in Johto (Blackthorn and Goldenrod) all his life. He comes to Unova region for university (Castelia).

Team: Charmeleon, Jolteon (at start of my fic)

Personality: Yunho is an outgoing and sociable person. He enjoys battling the most, and nrarely holds grudges over losses. When hurt or upset, he tends to go into either rage bouts or short periods of depression. 

Goals: to become the number one singles battler in the world, and also to become a highly respected battle trainer/coach.

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Name: Changmin Shim

Age: 18

Nickname: none

Gender: Male

Fandom: see my first OC

Appearance: Dark brown hair with bangs, parted to the side in a 2:8 ratio. Brown, soft eyes. Circular face shape.

Clothing: He tends to wear edgy trends, or whatever Yunho wears, but with his own touch to it. In colder weather, Changmin wears trench coats, turtlenecks, and boots, whereas in the summer, he dons beach shorts and a polo.

History: Changmin comes from a broken and dysfunctional family, and as a result spent his secondary school days at a boarding school, the same school Yunho transfers to. Yunho introduces him to the world of Pokemon battles, and this is where Changmin finds confidence and a possible future for himself. 

Region: Native Johtoan, from the slums of Goldenrod City. He later moves to Unova to attend the same University as Yunho and to be supportive toward his best friend's dream.

Team: Wartortle, Umbreon (at start of fic)

Personality: Changmin is very shy and emotionally weak, having experienced lots of verbal abuse from his father and alcoholic mother. As Changmin grows more and more confident in himself, he learns to stand up for himself as well as express his feelings to someone he cares about.

Goals: Changmin rediscovers his interest in Pokemon evolution in my story and decides to study and research this at university. He wants to become a top researcher like Professor Elm, who gave him his Squirtle.

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Name: Youngwoong Han

Other Name: Jaejoong Kim

Age: 19

Nickname: Jae

Gender: Male

Fandom: see my first OC

Appearance: His hair is dyed a deep shade of crimson. It is at short length, and he allows it to drape over his face in a 4:6 ratio. He wears thick, rockstar-like makeup. He has a thin oval-shaped face.

Clothing: He never wears any colour other than black, dark purple, dark red, or dark grey shades. He has tattoos, and covers them up in seasons other than summer. He always has a coat, mask, and scarf with him during those times. He is very comfortable with stripping his upper body in the summer.

History: As Youngwoong, Jaejoong was Yunho's childhood friend. However, after Yunho moved away, his high-profile family arranged for Jaejoong to be sent to the Kim family, worrying that they cannot protect their child like Yunho's mother. There, he experienced violent abuse and was brainwashed into hating school, his former friends, and Yunho, which he fought off by running away and joining Team Galactic. It is during his time in Team Galactic that he falls in love with the then-trainer Dawn, who crushes the organisation (and his)'s dream of a new world from scratch. He vows never to love anyone other than Yunho (platonically at this point) as a result, moves into the slums of Veilstone, and from there, he plans to resurrect Team Galactic's plan with a little help from some of the other residents and his own dark mind.

Region: Sinnoh (Sunyshore and Veilstone), moves to Unova after being informed of Yunho's presence there and commiting a huge crime.

Team: Gabite, Charmeleon, Zweilous (he also gains possession of Giratina and 2 other legendaries)

Personality: His childhood self is pure-spirited and soft-spoken. However, after the events of his past happen, he becomes very manipulative and insensitive to people that are not his closest "advisors" (idk the word???) He enjoys torture, and the only Pokemon he treats with kindness are his own.

Goals: To build a world where he can no longer suffer at the hands of those older and more authoritative than him, a world where only he and Yunho exist. 

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Name: Kyuhyun Cho

Other Name: Marcus Cho Jr. 

Age: 18

Nickname: Kyu (Changmin calls him this)

Gender: Male

Fandom: see my first OC

Appearance: Wispy and wavy brown hair. Wears glasses. Wide brown eyes. Square-set face

Clothing: Almost always in some form of a coat no matter what's underneath and in any kind of weather. Often seen with a lab coat as well. 

History: Kyuhyun is the son of a famous professor and assistant to Augustine Sycamore, Marcus Cho Sr. . His father, while a kindhearted man, was very academically demanding, and upon discovering Kyuhyun's prodigial intelligence, sent him to the best school in Kalos. Kyuhyun's achievements allowed him to graduate at the age of fourteen, and he had originally planned to stay in Kalos for university and research the same things as his father, however, when his only friend became a victim of the Great Unovan Freeze (aka Team Plasma's freezing of Opelucid City) and died, Kyuhyun fell into a slump, doing nothing but reading books about legendary Pokemon and growing to hate them and human control of them. His drive to do further research spurs him to apply against his father's wishes to study in Unova, and he is accepted at the age of 16, leaving his father behind in secret. In Unova, Kyuhyun slowly becomes close to a secondary school student and his International Police agent friend, and quickly gets involved in both a demanding research project for university AND another growing threat to the entire world.

Region: Kalos (Lumiose to Shalour to Lumiose), moves to Unova for university

Team: Gallade (Mega)

Personality: Studious when needed, playful when aroused or when curriousity is provoked. He enjoys any rare moment he is not busy studying or working with his two friends mentioned above. 

Goals: To become a researcher of Pokemon psychology.

 

 

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Name: Leith
Age: 16 
Gender: Male
Birthplace: Blackthorn City, Johto
Current Location: Viridian City, Kanto

Rank: Pokémon trainer
Occupation: Jack of all trades, wilderness speciality

Battle Style
Goes with his gut and thinks on his feet, if he has time to prepare for his opponent he comes up with a strategy. These strategies tend to be free flowing and adaptable to change.

 

Appearance:
Vivid bright jade green eyes, shoulder length orange hair. He’s got an average lanky athletic build, weighs about one hundred and twenty five pounds. He stands at five foot six, but has the promise of more height by the time he stops growing. For now he was in that coltish phase, long limbs sorta gawky, that the young and still growing get cursed with. Tends to wear whatever suits his current environment, with the emphasis of comfortable yet durable. The main thing he almost always never leaves behind is his trench coat, the outside is worn brown leather, but the inside has many pockets. He’ll either pull back his hair into a short tail or let it down. 


Personality:
The first word that comes to mind in regards to Leith is that he is honest. He can lie, if he needs to, but usually doesn’t either because he doesn’t care or that lying would be a lot more problematic than just spitting it out. He even uses his honesty to the point of barely rude bluntness or sarcasm. Things tend to roll off him, but while he might seem to easily forgive, he doesn’t forget and finds a way to pay the person back. He can go from animatedly boisterous, to serious and calculating. He’ll give people chances, but doesn’t for a moment trust them till he’s sure their intentions are good. 

The loss of his parents saw that he didn’t take for granted the people he cared for. He tries not to fight and if he does, he tries to make up for it. While he won’t show it, he has a problem being alone, as in he doesn’t have anyone with him including Bulbasaur and usually fidgets. So if he is waiting in a Pokémon Centre, he’s usually tapping his foot or drumming his fingers, if he is by himself. The sight of blood usually makes him incredibly depressed and depending on the situation that caused it, angry.

He can be reckless, rushing in to help someone if he sees them in trouble, even if it means he’ll get hurt himself. He can be stubborn, not giving up till he is satisfied, but never to the point he puts his Pokémon or friends in danger. He is practical and thrifty, he doesn’t like to waste anything. He likes the outside more than the confines of indoors, wild areas versus tamed cityscapes. He is at his most comfortable lost on some back end trail than cooped up where only skyscrapers touch the blue of above. 

Caves and the sounds of falling rocks scare him, caves make him claustrophobic and falling rocks simply terrify him. He tries to avoid mountains or, if he can’t he spends the entire time scared and very eager to get it over with. 


Hobbies:
Because he is a practical sort, he tends to do what he can to make money. This usually means he'll find someone lost and have them hire him to fix the problem. Otherwise he'll hire on as a guide. He'll hunt down herbs, berries, if it has to do with being out in nature, he'll happily do it.

He likes to read, a lot, he isn't picky either. If he ends up in a new place, he buys a tourist guidebook and then goes looking for whatever else pertains to that area. 

Something both him and his Bulbasaur have in common is their love for food, mainly sweets. He likes to think of himself as a novice food connoisseur and finds a way to put them in a position to taste new things, preferably if it means he won’t have to pay for it. 

He has a penny whistle that he carries with him that he loves to play. If he can’t find work when he needs it, he’ll sit down some place and play for whatever people are willing to give him.


Likes/Dislikes:
+Food/Sweets (cake the best)
+High places
+Music

-Mountains/caves
-Crowded cities
-Bitter things


History:
His earliest memories were of being carried in a sling as his mother and father explored. He grew up surrounded by nature and the Pokémon therein, his parents telling him all about those temporary playmates. When he was three, a Bulbasaur was given to him by his father. The Grass type was the baby to the elder man’s Venusaur and so the Bulbasaur became the closest person to him aside from his parents. They travelled all over the place, learning all sorts of things and seeing so much. When he was ten his parents were killed in a rock slide, the only thing that saved him and his friend was his mother’s Pidgeot taking him to the nearest town.

The bird had been injured herself and the combination of injuries, the flight and heartsickness saw her dying not long after he was safe. All that was left were his memories and Bulbasaur. He’d stayed in an orphanage for a year while family was looked for, but he was miserable the entire time. He didn’t fit in with the other children, fought often with them and the adults. The only one who could comfort him at all was his Bulbasaur. Eventually an uncle was found, his mother’s brother who he’d never known existed. The man and his father didn’t get along and as a result him and his mother became estranged. 

He didn’t have any idea on how to take care of some orphaned boy-child, but he was family so he owed the kid to try. Fuchsia had been a huge adjustment for him. He hated it and longed to be free of the endless noise and towering structures. His uncle owned a book store, he grew to love books and they were his only escape. For six long years he went to school, he studied, he worked in the store, he muddled along. The only thing that kept him from despairing was the idea that once he was old enough he could be free of it all and go back to wandering the world, just like his parents. He had grown to care for his uncle, but he could never love the city.

Maybe if they weren’t in a big city he might have adjusted well, but that wasn’t where he ended up. All the money he’d earned, either as a child or later working in the store, he saved. Reading books about wilderness survival, cooking, mending, even making clothing from the things he would later on hunt for food. Countless books on herbs, berries, all sorts of edible things had been his favourites. Eventually however, he would finally be able to go where his heart longed to be.

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Yikes, I have a lot...

First, I have a couple of Ocs for a story I took down but am rebooting...

One of them is a goddess by many names, and she is omniscient, omnipotent, and controls almost everything in the world. She has red eyes and elaborate clothing, along with wings of blue and gold. She's meant to resemble an angel, but is not. One of the main duties people see her doing is picking up the souls of the dead, but it's revealed later on the story that that's not all she can do...

As far as personality goes, she acts about as much one might expect someone who is an ancient goddess to act (wise and all-knowing). That does not mean she cannot still be surprised by things (in fact, one of the main things about the story is how she is surprised by something appearing, and is determined to find out why that thing appeared, she's also surprised by people's lack of faith in the gods, and wonders what she can do to change it). The goddesses a bit of a workaholic, but the reason for this is not explained until much later. She understands moral concepts, but has no attachment to them (for example, one scene has a friend goading her into buying a stuffed animal, but she doesn't understand the idea of buying something that she can just sit on a shelf and do nothing with, even if she understands what a stuffed animal is for). Unlike other gods, and she doesn't have complete attachment to the mortal world, being one of the few that has only traveled and not reincarnated.

Another Oc for that same story is an author avatar, but that's not revealed until a bit later. She always has an air of mystery to her, and like me, has a few medical conditions that tend to get in her way (she works around them, though). One of her biggest challenges is having no idea who she is, and when she find out later, the results aren't pretty. The character is also a capable fighter and good at a lot of things, but has all the problems that come with that, and more...

Interestingly, that particular Oc has gone through a lot of changes. For example, in earlier drafts, she was a dragon, but no longer is. Also, in earlier drafts, she was less of an author avatar, and more of wish fulfillment. That got changed later on as I began to accept my own flaws, and they were inserted into her character. She still has traits that I wish I could have, but they're balanced out by the logical consequences of those traits.

Yet another OC is actually a dog, based on the first dog I had. He is completely loyal to the above OC, and follows her everywhere. He is also her companion in battle, as well as when she travels. In the original drafts, he could talk, but cannot in the current version. Furthermore, in the original drafts, he was a service animal, but in later versions, although trained, he doesn't serve that purpose anymore.

One OC hails from the Spyro fandom, and is similar to Cynder. However, this OC was from the very first fan fiction I ever created, about a decade or so before Cynder came into existence. She was a powerful dragon hybrid of some sort who had been banished from the Dragon worlds for a crime that was never revealed. She gets sucked into the portal into Avalar and is forced to go on the journey with Spyro. Unfortunately, due to her past, she doesn't trust him or anyone, and reacts violently if anyone tries to get close. Eventually, she starts befriending people, but it takes a long time. A lot of the story is spent with her also earning the trust of the Elder Dragons, because they know the crime she has committed (but don't expand on it). This character also has to work on severing the ties between her and her old life as a criminal, and that includes fighting off other criminals would still hurt those unlucky enough to wander where she has been. The plan was for her and Spyro to eventually become love interests, but the draft of the story was lost before that could happen. Furthermore, at an unspecified time, she eventually leaves the Dragon worlds to travel to other areas, eventually appearing in the worlds of other characters (e.g. Fire Emblem). Again, she doesn't really expand on this, just that she left.

That character and story is also being revitalized, and the character in question has most of her story left intact. However, many things are expanded upon (such as the crime she committed becoming a major part of the story, and exactly what power she does and does not have). Some parts of her story are also changed (such as her no longer wanting to become Spyro's love interest, due to spoiler reasons, even though he doesn't mind if she does become his love interest). The traveling does still happen, but it's to a lesser degree, and the reason is expanded upon. Furthermore, she travels with the intent of coming back, where she never came back in the original.

One OC was from the Fire Emblem universe, and her name was Cassandra. She was a Pegasus Knight and was incredibly strong.  Cassandra's parents had recently disappeared, and she and her brothers set off to find them. However, Cassandra gets separated from them, and gains power will fighting on her own. When she returns, she is determined to complete their mission by any means necessary and starts treating her brothers like tools in order to get there. The main part of her story is not only finding her parents, but also trying to get rid of the attitude she developed when she was alone. By the end of the story, she succeeds in doing both. Cassandra story is being rebooted, but her personality and back story will be changed greatly.

Other OCs that came from that story were her brothers Seymour and Spencer. They were twins, with Seymour being a person who like to joke around and Spencer being more serious. Seymour also enjoyed driving Spencer crazy with his joking personality. The two give quite a bit of information about Cassandra, and how the main group may be able to help her. They were both Wyvern Riders. When their story is rebooted, most of their personalities will be unchanged.

There was another character, Theodore, who was on a journey in order to become stronger and prove himself. However, because he was a young child that was alone, he predictably got attacked despite being able to fight. Luckily, he was saved by the twins, and became a traveling companion. He also loyalty towards Cassandra, and once she begins abusing her brothers, he betrays her. Theodore holds control over the power of fire (as in the element itself, not the magic), but has a tendency to let his powers get out of control if he gets extremely angry. He's also shown being able to do major damage even when he is in control of his powers, as he nearly blinds another character during a simple sparring match. Theodore also shows interest in tactics, but like to over share, much the others' dismay. He hails from Pheare. When Cassandra story is rebooted, most of his abilities will be left intact.

There was Cassandra's parents, who she found near the end of the story. Their names were Teresa and Alexander, and they were concerned for their children. Other than that, there wasn't much to them, because they left soon after Cassandra found them. In the reboot, they will play a larger role.

More recent Ocs include a grandmother of the Pokémon character Lana. She is from Heahea City, and is kind, but firm. She's also good at many Christmas traditions (since the story in question was written for Secret Santa), and is a retired Pokémon trainer. She also loves their grandchildren dearly. The character's name is Lauren. She is based off of my own grandmother.

 

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Andrew Blackburn. He's my personal OC, created off my own perceptions on the world and life. He's my Mary Sue, in some perception, however, he's not that. Just a version of me that achieved much more and seen much more.

He went to the Naval Academy and is an engineer. He's got political motives and seeks to become a Captain. Some versions of him, written by co-authors I've worked with have changed our design of him to some degree per storied genre. He's been in the Battle of Seoul when North Koreans invaded in 2024. He's led Special Forces operations when the United States lost too many men in wars in the Middle East in the 2020s. I've done a lot of shit too him, some things that were not my intention.

My current version of him, the one that just makes him a regular navy officer tired of his service - that is the one I'm satisfied with.

 

Though, if he was in Pokemon - his team would be equipped with an Umbreon, Pikachu, Typhlosion, and a few others that I've never really decided on. I did place Aerodactyl and a few transitions between Venusaur and Sceptile.

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Name: K'vark

Gender: Male

Race: Khajiit

Appearance: Light brown, leopard-spotted fur, black cape that goes over one shoulder, black assassin hood with mask, black shoulder pads, no shirt, and duel wielding knives.

Birthplace: Elsweyr

Current location: Skyrim

K'vark is an assassin from the Dark Brotherhood, who joins the Thieves Guild and is promptly betrayed by Astrid after she sends an assassin after him. He meets the Dragonborn in the Raggod flagon, and they become good friends.


Link to the first chapter below;

https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12483193/1/The-Thief

The next chapter will be posted the week of the 15th.

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Name: Saki Okada

Gender: Female

Age: 14 (4 when the Takeover occurred)

 

Voice: Saki has the voice of Saber (Fate/Zero/English) and Alicetaria (Re:Creators/Japanese)

 

Appearance: Saki has curly auburn locks that reach to the base of her neck and oval-shaped troubled green eyes. Her face is slightly rounded, somewhat fair-skinned and she is three inches taller than her younger twin at five foot seven.

 

She has a light tan from what little sun she's caught. Saki is slender and agile. She has the body language of a person who’s been held hostage for most of her life. Her winning, picture-perfect smile is gone, replaced with flighty facial expressions. Saki has one scar; it is on the back of her right knee.

 

She wears a black dress with floral designs and white and blue sneakers. When she becomes a magical girl, her outfit changes to become a fusion of a fashion model’s finest and a cowgirl’s garb and is mostly yellow and blue.

 

Digimon: Bubbmon->Pyocomon->Floramon->Thunderbirmon/Flymon->AeroV-Dramon/Anomalocarimon->UlforceV-Dramon

 

Partner’s personality: Pyocomon is a happy little critter, fully aware of any problems, but unable to deal with them in her current form. Full of beans and trusting, she is slightly impatient.

 

Floramon is generally mature and serious, in contrast to her submissive partner. Despite their personality differences, she and Saki seem very close. Floramon is shown to be easily annoyed by others goofing off or drawing unneeded attention to themselves. She hates anything that she deems childish as well as being described as a flower.

 

As Thunderbirmon and AeroV-Dramon, she goes ballistic when in battle, falling into a mysterious rage. She theorizes later that it’s her inner beast awakening that causes the vehemence. It took Floramon a while to realize that fighting was just something she liked.

 

As Flymon and Anomalocarimon, she behaves like a savage animal, wreaking havoc and not heeding Saki’s cries to stop causing damage. Finally, as UlforceV-Dramon, she becomes laid-back and more mature, settling down into her true final form.

 

Attacks: Allergy Shower, Sweet Scent and Gaia Healing

 

Relationship with partner:

 

Relationship with Hisao: Saki no longer views Hisao as family, regardless of the fact that he is kin. She accepts that he drifted away emotionally and physically during her time as a hostage and that he spends more time with Shizuka. But she will stand not for him randomly popping up and belittling her in front of Kenshin, Mameo and Liza, in an attempt to make him look grander in Shizuka’s eyes. The sibling bond they once had will be almost utterly destroyed, before Hisao contemplates making up with his twin before it’s too late.

 

Relationship with Shizuka: She despises the Samurakami girl for abandoning her cousin and will go out of her way to try and reason with her to go apologize to Kenshin, before he’s too emotionally scarred by her rejection of him. The two girls will be seen bickering on and off throughout the story on the matter, until Saki hits a nerve with Shizuka and makes the older girl actually stop and think. Mameo notices Saki smirking faintly when Shizuka finally comes forward and asks for Kenshin’s forgiveness, admitting she didn’t mean to abandon him because he was half-Digimon.

 

Relationship with Kenshin: Regardless of any of them only knowing each other for three weeks back in 1973, Saki felt she bonded the most with Kenshin. And that wasn’t just because of what he was. Saki realized she understood Kenshin the most and was only mildly surprised when a soulmate counter appeared on the inside of her wrist. Even when she was taken hostage, she knew she had to get back to Kenshin to tell him she was okay. Despite the nine years apart, she was happy Kenshin remembered her.

 

Relationship with Hiroshi: Saki barely knew Hiroshi back then, much like the others, but had thought it silly that he had run towards the Chaos Generals like that. When they finally met again after his mind was clear and despite his confusion and desire to pull away from her, she gave him an honest hug. Things could begin anew… for all of them hopefully. Saki refused to give up on her hope that slowly, bit by bit, Odaiba would recover to how it used to be.

 

Relationship with Mameo: It was Kenshin who introduced her to Mameo and Liza, two new additions to the team, though Liza was fine with not having a partner. Saki quickly learned Kenshin had met them during her time away and Mameo had promised to help them in their fight against the Chaos Generals. Knowing Kenshin’s judgement was pretty sound, she placed her trust in them as well and found they were quite dependable.

 

Relationship with Liza: Saki would be found more often than not hanging with Kenshin and her two new team-mates. She and Liza got along like a house on fire, which honestly surprised both Hiro and Willow, Liza’s younger cousin. Saki loved how Liza was so incredibly patient with her and helped her learn English, since her home-schooling had been cut short nine years ago.

 

Fears: Being a hostage again. Saki quickly learned that Chaos Piemon was a cruel slave master and dreaded her entire time at Tokyo Tower. If it hadn’t of been for Chaos Greymon, she believed she never would have escaped. Being physically restrained. Saki’s foot was shackled to the floor for nine years and she had regular panic attacks at the thought of not being able to get free.

 

Best memory: When she learned she could use magic.

 

Strengths: Fighter, good judge of character, protective, cares deeply

 

Weaknesses: Blunt, lacks self-confidence, tries too hard, emotionally distant

 

Likes: Being free, Floramon and Kenshin, silence, nature, taking action

 

Dislikes: Her brother and Shizuka, the Chaos Generals, spicy food, cruelty, loved ones being hurt

 

Personality: Saki is more emotionally distant now, since her spirit was nearly broken. She still wants to interact with the others, however, so she tries her best to remain active in conversations. Alone, she’s extremely cautious as she never knows if Chaos Piemon’s around. Having been hostage most of her life, she wouldn’t really know what to think, wouldn’t know what any landmarks meant (like traffic lights).

 

She shows her anxiety by picking her fingernails, chewing her lip and pulling out her eyelashes. Saki would be very twitchy, wanting to flee at the first sign of danger. The nail picking and lip chewing are audible enough for people to notice and say something. She would feel guilty that people became aware and apologizes, but goes back to doing it when she’s alone. Saki also suffers from panic and anxiety attacks; her anxiety attacks include bad trembling, sweating and staring at nothing.

 

She is a kind and independent girl, whose connections of friendship with the others were ripped apart during the nine years she was hostage. It will be an epic battle for her to get to know them again. The only one she held close to her heart was the memory and friendship she had of Kenshin. On and off, what drove her to keep trying to escape was the fact she wanted to reassure Kenshin that she was okay. Saki wanted to see them all again. Her time as a hostage has also made her a little clingy and she tends to stick by Kenshin, Hiro and Liza’s sides the most, having got the vibe that they don’t mind and would protect her at any cost.

 

Saki has had to become assertive in her standard of killing the foe, something which would have went against her policies at one time. Being a hostage changes things over time, her personality was one of them. She is now a lot more gung-ho in seeking out servants of the Chaos Generals to delete them and Floramon shares her passion, but ten-fold more. Saki would have been afraid of Thunderbirmon’s extreme aggression in making foes suffer once, but now she doesn’t care, letting her do what she wants with them.

 

Saki is reliable, but admits more than once that it’s best to ask Mameo or Liza to do something for you, as she doesn’t want to feel pressured by having someone’s expectations on her. With that said, she does step forward to be Dragon of the few team-mates she has with her. She does so because she knows they’re completely behind her, they wouldn’t pressure her and she has the knowledge they’d help her if she had any trouble. Also, she is somewhat more vibrant when away from strangers, such as in the presence of her parents or her team-mates.

 

Her mistaken guilt is easy to see and it holds her back. She feels the shame of being unable to prevent Akira's death and holds the world on her shoulders. The guilty conscience she has over feeling as though she was responsible for her brother's death makes her believe she's taken the world on her shoulders in order to right her "wrong". She shows signs of being unsettled and discontent. Her own emotions confuse her and she is not sure what everything means.

 

However, all she really needs is some truly honest comforting, yet firmly reassuring words that she did no wrong in the first place. The aforementioned issues would disempower her and leave her incapable of such a complete response. Her wrongly placed shame is off-set by her devotion to her parents and the few friends she now has. When people praise her without thinking, it disgusts her absolutely. She knows she is only as good as what she is capable of doing, but she doesn't think she deserves the applause as she believes she was responsible for what happened to Akira.

 

History: Okada Saki was born during a protest. Yes, literally: there was a huge protest being held by non-humans outside the hospital she was born in as they wanted the then government to pass a law for the equal rights for non-humans. Her older brother, Akira, was eight at the time and he was watching the dissent. He admitted to finding the situation in which his younger siblings were born into ‘paranormal’.

 

The law was passed that year, but then the government was disbanded by the newly established monarchy led by a half-Phoenix and half-Sphinx. The non-human king and queen expected there to be an outrage over how the monarchy had emerged from the shadows and were surprised when nothing happened. Instead, there were peaceful marches and non-humans praised their new rulers.

 

Saki’s ageing progressed smoothly and she knew Hisao was her twin. However, it would take her longer than that to realize that he was different to her and always would be. Her parents often took the three of them out places so they could learn that their world was a magical one; people were born either as a non-human or human, but both races had the ability to access the magic they were born with. They also learned about the rules regarding magic and its uses.

 

It was when she was four-years-old that Odaiba was invaded by four powerful Digimon and their armies. The king and queen went into hiding and most, if not all, government buildings were destroyed, forcing parents to home-school their children. Hiroshi, a human boy Saki had met a couple of weeks before the invasion, ran towards the leaders with his Digimon partner, Wanyamon. A flash of light blinded her and when the light died down, Hiroshi and his partner were gone.

 

In the wake of the invasion, she plotted to train to get stronger and meet other kids who had lost nearly everything. Three weeks after the Digimon had claimed the district, Saki promised Akira she would fight for as long as she could and escape when she had the chance. He knew she was planning on entering the enemies’ lair to try and get information, he also figured she’d probably get caught. In return, he promised her he would stay grounded as he had unfinished business here.

 

Indeed, she did get caught. Chaos Piemon tortured her with starvation and the occasional beating, even resorted to shackling her right foot to a bolt in the room across from Hiroshi’s... which was soundproofed, so her Dragon couldn’t have heard her anyway. Not to mention, they were brainwashing and conditioning him that no one loved him. Saki wanted to cry.

 

Her spirit almost broke two years later, but Akira’s spirit reminded her she had to fight for the others as well, not just Hiroshi. She really did cry then, because Chaos Piemon came in and told her that a boy called Akira had sacrificed himself to try and stop them.

 

The fight within her renewed itself and she and Floramon tried regularly to escape, but she would remain captive for another seven years. Chaos Piemon’s patience finally snapped at how she was wasting his time and he lashed out at Saki, resulting in Chaos Greymon coming to her defence and shattering the shackle and Floramon’s first evolution to Thunderbirmon. Chaos Greymon was kicked out the door by the clown and Chaos Piemon vented his anger at the foreboding sky as Saki and her partner got away.

 

The first person Saki sought out to inform that she had returned was Kenshin, a half-Digimon boy, wings included. Kenshin was overjoyed that she was okay and hugged her, to which she countered “she had a long way to go, since she was starved frequently”. He admitted to not being too worried, knowing she would recover in no time. Kenshin also revealed the other two members of the team, Hisao and Shizuka, had cut themselves off emotionally - as they no longer believed Hiroshi was alive.

 

Saki would worry about that later; she could see something was really bothering Kenshin, so she gently asked. She wasn’t expecting him, the half-breed as the Chaos Generals called him, to break down and cry. He had lost his mother and ‘father’ a year after Akira had died, killed by minions of the Chaos army. But on top of that, he had no idea who his real father was, since his mother hadn’t been able to talk about it when Kiyoshi was around.

 

She comforted him the best she could, vowing that Shizuka owed her for abandoning her cousin like this. For now, the only thing she could do was keep Kenshin close as he had always been more anxious than most. Saki returned to her home with Kenshin, hearing her parents’ relieved cheers as she came through the door, noting that Hisao was absent. However, she knew it wasn’t going to be easy: she would have Stockholm’s Syndrome for a while yet, even if her spirit hadn’t broken... and she suspected Chaos Piemon would always be keeping an eye out for her.

 

During the first few months of her return, Saki and her parents were repeatedly targeted by members of the Chaos Division. Hisao bitterly helped them escape a couple of times, which caused her to question why he no longer lived with them. He refused to answer. Other times, they were saved by an Angemon, before the angel Digimon vanished again.

 

It was after the last rescue by the Angemon that Saki managed to materialize her weapon: magic wire - able to be manipulated like string, but far more deadly. Her father was quite pleased, but her mother wasn’t so sure. Chiharu worried that she might misuse it, but Saki promised her she wouldn’t, learning all she could about it.

 

The remaining time until the start of the story passed by with no other attacks, as if the Chaos Division were biding their time and waiting to strike again. Saki used this ‘downtime’ to get to know Kenshin better and the ‘puppy love’ they once had started blooming into something wonderful. They kept it private, of course.

 

Family:

 

Kaede (father) - A non-human himself, appearing human, but his shadow is that of a kitsune. Kaede is rather laid-back, a man who would prefer his clothes to not be ironed. He tolerates his wife pressing his own garb and thanks her as he should, but really doesn’t see the point of it. Kaede loves his children with all of his heart and is happy the twins have made friends.

 

Chiharu (mother, nee Kawamura) - Human and raised to be systematic and respectable, Chiharu follows in the footsteps of her own mother, Sakurako. She insists on ironing her family’s clothing even when one member or another protests that they don’t want it done. Chiharu, like Kaede, is devoted to her children, but has put Akira behind her, not out of selfishness, but because the dead need to rest in peace.

 

Akira (older brother, deceased for eight years, was fourteen when killed) - Also human, Akira was the prime example of a loving, caring, protective brother to his younger siblings. Made Saki promise to fight for as long as she could, knowing she was entering the enemies’ lair. In an attempt to divert the Chaos Generals’ attention, he lay his own life down on the line to protect Saki. But it was in vain.

 

Hisao (twin brother, younger) - Hisao is descended from a long line of half-human kitsune. Persistent, quick-tempered, resolute and lacks discretion are just some of the words used by various people to describe Hisao. His blunt, impulsive demeanour is a trait he himself has acknowledged and if somebody picks a fight with him, he cannot help fighting back; however, despite his conduct, he is a nice person some of the time.

Please can people give Saki a good once over and let me know of anything more I can do to fix her up?

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My OC: 

Fandom: Beyblade 

Story: Kingdom

Name: Dian Kon

Gender: Male.

Parents: Ray Kon and Mariah Kon

Hair color: Black.

Eye color: Golden. 

Age:  Firstly he will be shown to be 1 year old, then 8 years and finally 20 years. 

Occupation: Guardian of Driger, the prince of China and finally the king of China. 

Personality: Calm and collected like his father, sometimes he can be fierce. A talented warrior who doesn't love to love someone. All his decisions come from his brain. However, when he was a child, his nature will be totally opposite. Being brain-washed by his elder step-mother, Queen Frankie, he attempted to kill his another pregnant step-mom, Queen Salima but she returns to the kingdom after 12 years with her biological daughter and adopted daughter. And the adopted one plays a significant role changing his mentality. 

Wives: Marissa Tate or Marissa Kon (The daughter of Max Tate and Mariam Tate, the princess of America) 

Miren (The adopted daughter of Queen Salima) 

Soon the other OCs will come :D

 

 

 

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Well this is awkward... I'm gonna go and diverge a bit from Pokémon and Beyblade fandom, shall we? lol

Fandom: Bloodborne

Name: Katherine 'Kat' Brewster

Featured: Night of the Hunt (provisional title)

Description: "(...) She wore a long coat that reached a little below her knees, with dark brown garments underneath, and her head was covered under a leather hood. Admittedly not her first choice, but she understood the need of concealing her identity from prying eyes.

She didn't looked any older than her late 20's, with a slightly pale skin, blond long hair held in coiled ponytail by a simple scarlet comb. (...)"

Background: After certain incident that left her unable to continue her work as a member of the Ministry of White, the branch of the Healing Church dedicated to study the scourge of beasts that desolated the Old Yahrnam district, Kat went through several dead-end jobs within the Church before her... unorthodox methods were noticed by Father Arnell, one of the higher ups in the Ministry of Black, were her investigation skills could be better used.

It was then when a strange outsider arrived to the city, looking for the miraculous Paleblood that made so famous her accursed city...

(Work in progress, but this is the general idea behind her lol)

 

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@TJMike I see your Bloodborne and raise you my Dark Souls girl

Name: Railyn.
Featured: Any Dark Souls I play/ Dark Souls RP here/ Various pieces of writing

Apperance: Railyn is fairly pale and has her hair held up in an elegant french plait (Gotta look good while saving the world). She usually wears quite sturdy armour that bulks out her relatively small frame. Railyn has sparklign blue eyes that come alive as she slays creatures. 
DS2: Alonne set (Based off memory from my original playthrough) 
DS3: Mirrah set with Morne's Helm/ Irithyll set.

Backstory (Wowee, which one? I'll use her DS2 one)
 

Railyn set out to find her brother, the Fume Knight upon orders from the elders of her village. They'd heard of the war with the giants and wanted no part. Travelling to Drangleic, Railyn was set upon by a group of foes which she could not see. When she awoke, she was not in any place she could recall, yet she was able to remember only her brother's name and her mission

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Two new characters, both for Holly Rising. One is the main character Holly. Holly, despite all are good things, is rather selfish and reckless. Her adventures may as well be called "diary of a bratty kid". The main reason she is the way she is is because she's meant to deconstruct the idea of the journey being fun, safe, and appropriate. She gets better as time passes, but only with a lot of supervision, punishment, and development. There's also a second story and development that has her in a far different role, in another idea that deconstructs the Pokémon world…

 

Speaking of deconstructions, there's another character, Kris, who appears. She's a side character and Holly Rising, but is majorly expended on other works, including the story where Holly develops differently. Like Holly, she is a deconstruction, but far darker… She looks at how the Pokémon world treats older and disabled trainers. Both are the story where she is a side character and a main character deconstruct other aspects, such as how the player character always gets dragged into places without ever getting a choice, the idea of what bullying does, stereotypes, the player character constantly having to fight criminal gangs, and pursuing strength for its own sake. It also were noting that despite her main stories is having a darker tone, they're meant to have the happier end…

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Here we go. My newest little angel! 
Charlotte "Sprinkles" Redtail.
I've started her off as a confectioner and a baker. I can best describe her abilities as  "The Honeydukes of my characters" As her candies are very inventive and usually taste fantastic.
 

Overall she has a very high pain tolerance, having burned herself with hot sugar many many times over the years so she's easily confused when someone complains a burn hurts. She isn't mean if she is confused, just genuinely surprised most people don't handle boiling sugar and hot chocolate on a daily basis.
She runs a sweetshop (sweetshop as in it sells sweet treats she's made) 

Wants: Everyone to enjoy her sweets, Open a second sweet shop. Go national with her sweets.
Fears: No one liking her sweets. Her sweet shop going out of business. Not getting the ingredients she needs and disappointing someone 

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Here's a couple other OCs from the Holly Rising universe (known collectively as the Traveler universe).

 

One of them is Francis, although she goes unnamed in Holly Rising. In Holly rising, she attacks a bunch of young Pokémon, killing two of them and severely wounding two others. However, she is surrounded by a pack of their parents and attacked herself. The main party arrives, but Francis denies any association, nor did she give any motive. However, one of the characters has a psychic bond, and she uses it to search Francis's mind and prove her guilt. Francis is then freed from her situation and taken to hospital, but is arrested afterward for the killing and wounding Pokémon without provocation.

 

In an alternative story in the same universe called Usurping, Francis plays a much larger role. For one, her name and motive are revealed. She wants to attack the Pokémon because they attacked our city, and Francis considers them pests who should be eradicated. The protagonist of usurping gives Francis the taste of her power, effectively telling her not to judge others based on stereotypes and knowing nothing about them. Francis never attacks the Pokémon or gets arrested, but the main character is attacked when she is mistaken for an enemy. Francis then begins to learn more about this trainer, intrigue, and is set to be a reoccurring character.

 

Another OC is Ivy, seen in both Holly Rising and Usurping. Ivy currently has not done much in Holly Rising, but is set to appear more often. She is a revealed to be rather chatty, feminine, and that she owns a Litten, Alex. She also annoys the titular character.

 

In usurping, she plays a much larger role. She convinces the main protagonist to accept her as her rival, and helps her overcome problems such as anxiety and how to connect with others. Ivy has also revealed to be a fairly competent battler, owning a Surskit alongside her Litten. It is also revealed that although the other protagonist, Holly, was annoyed by her, Ivy considered Holly a friend, and was saddened by her fate in usurping.

 

A final one is Tulip. Tulip, unlike the others, is a Pokémon. She also plays a large on both Holly Rising and Usurping, as well as being the main point of view of one of the companion one shots, Safety. She travels with one of the major characters, Kris, but unlike other examples, is actually inside her body. Despite being a Pokémon, Tulip’s powers don't show up much, but she does play a rather large role in the backstory of the fanfic. This is revealed in both Holly Rising and Safety. It's also worth noting that a lot of characters are suspicious of her, but it's revealed in Safety that Tulip enjoys Kris's company and wants to protect her.

 

In Usurping, Tulip's presence is revealed a lot earlier, and the context mean she's not regarded nearly as much suspicion. Kris is also able to use her powers, although it takes a while to get used them. Tulips also able to speak to others in Usurping, and forms a bond with them as Kris does. It's also worth noting that Tulip's presence is formally acknowledged by the Pokémon League from the beginning of usurping, where is in Holly rising, she's not even acknowledged until near the end. Even then, circumstances make that acknowledgment reluctant.

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Some more of mine.

 

One is a borrowed OC called Pine that appears in Holly Rising and Usurping. Like many characters, not much is known of her in Holly Rising, but she plays a larger role in Usurping. I chose to expand upon her character there, and create more to her, because not much is created for the original character.

 

In both stories, she is the one that starts the trainers on their journeys. What she does is very different, however. In Holly Rising, she's influenced by someone else to be antagonistic, but believes she's doing what she is for the good of the region. It's also worth noting that she's actually trying to eliminate a threat to the region via completely destroying it, but in doing so, she's targeting the wrong person, and looking past the fact that there are other ways to deal with it. Unfortunately, no one learns either of these facts until it is far too late to do anything. As such, she falls into disgrace, but is not charged. It also revealed that Pine enjoys using codenames, and uses one throughout Holly Rising.

 

In Usurping, her role changes significantly. It begins with her by met that the same people who influence her in Holly Rising. However, she is suspicious of them, and reluctant to accept their proposal. She also was revealed to know the main character of Usurping, and vice versa.

 

This is also when she starts to realize what the true villains are trying to do, and that she can do something other than follow their extremist ways. She in particular, realizes that they are targeting the main character of Usurping, and have murderous intentions, instead of them targeting the main character of Holly Rising. Pine confronts them about this, and initiates a battle. She wins easily, and learns about the havoc the group has been creating another world, looking for the main character of Usurping (and eliminating any alternate versions along the way). Pine is appropriately horrified, and becomes benevolent, trying to aid the protagonist in Usurping in any way she can.

 

Later on, she witnesses the protagonist of Usurping using her powers, particularly the ones that cause the main villains to hunt her. These powers are the result of her fusing with a Pokémon, Nihilego. This gives Pine an idea to study fusion between humans and Pokémon. This is both to refine the protagonist's ability, and to make that ability accessible to others. Eventually, she succeeds in doing both, allowing the protagonist gradually fuse with any Pokémon.

 

 Pine is also revealed to be a skilled battler, and her main Pokémon is an Absol called Katrina. She also owned several other Pokémon, such as a Torracat eventually named Smoke, and the two starters the protagonist of Usurping starts with. In the sequels, she takes a more active role, joining the party and fighting directly in order to right what's wrong in the region. It's also worth noting that she does not have her affinity with codenames, instead preferring to use her real name, Julia. This is because of a slight change to her history.

 

She is the main character of the companion story, Knowledge. The story explains her motivations in both Usurping and Holly Rising, although it deals with the former more so than the latter. It also explains what type of information she has to keep from the party, and why.

 

A story in the far future where Pine's research is referenced may be in the works, but that is still being planned.

 

Another OC is Audrey. Audrey is a Mimikyu, a powerful Pokémon, but one that is also known for its loneliness. Her Trainer, Kris, selects her after realizing no one else will, and after a little encouragement from the Gym Leader Erikia. Audrey adores her new trainer, and is fascinated with the idea of becoming famous like she has. She also enjoys doing activities that will make her famous, such as going in large crowds. Despite her silliness, Audrey is very good in battle, able to take and deal large amounts of damage. She's also good at dodging attacks. Audrey also take the things that are disabled trainer is unable to do, such as playing sports like golf.

 

A final OC is Shadow. Shadow is a Houndour and that eventually evolves into a Houndoom. It's also annoying that Shadow’s is one of the few Pokémon that can be permanently locked in Mega form. Doing so does not cause any issues like with the Gen VII Pokédex entries. Shadow is selected as a starter along with Audrey, and is the more serious of the two. She is used for things such as delivering messages, and transporting others. In battle, she is faster than Audrey, but cannot take hits well. Shadow makes up for this by loving to trick opponents, able to do so even before learning moves that would make this possible. Unlike the story where Kris originally appeared, Shadow is female. In the original story, she was male. Also, in the original story, Kris use Shadow to ride on. In this story, that is no longer the case. Finally, in the original story Shadow appear she could use fire powers exceeding a regular fire type Pokémon's ability. The name of this ability was called "fire stadium", due to its ability to fill up an entire stadium with fire. It is unknown at this point if Shadow still possesses these abilities, or if any reference to them will be made.

 

 

 

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Been a while, so…

 

One of the OCs I recently created is Mallory. Mallory is a Pokémon called a Mimikyu, but she's a far less sympathetic depiction than what I normally do… Before she meets the main character, Mallory runs from causing mischief and damaging others for the fun of it. Mallory also is also vicious, enjoying battle, bloodshed, and even killing. She is still able to put up a docile front when the situation calls for it, however, and many people were deceived into thinking she's normal.

 

The main character encounters Mallory, but she quickly possesses the ghost Type user Acerola after the latter wanders the grounds of the abandoned Megamart. The main character of the story uses Chadulure to force Mallory’s soul out of Acerola’s body. She then battles and captures her, believing that leaving her in the wild would only make or cause more mischief. The main character tries to rehabilitate Mallory, but fails. This is when she decides to use Mallory's natural bloodthirstiness for her own gain. She starts to use Mallory as the Pokémon equivalent of an assassin, having her kill and injure many others on command. The main character has also lost her starter at the point she captures Mallory, and although Mallory is nothing like her previous Pokémon, she has her replace it, thinking that after all she's been through, she only needs a Pokémon that is strong.

 

This attitude changes near the end of her journey alone, upon realizing how much damage Mallory and her attitude in general has done. Things get even worse when the main character encounters another Mimikyu, and she's anything but bloodthirsty. This Mimikyu becomes her starter for a study, and her name is Audrey. Mallory, of course, is furious. She tries to attack Audrey, but is stopped by the group.

 

When the main character goes on the study, Mallory is left behind with many of her other Pokémon in the lab. The professor and her assistant try to rehabilitate her, but she ends up wreaking havoc. The cheerful assistant simply says Mallory will need more time, but the main character realizes that Mallory is in danger being put down as long as she is within her care. She also realizes that putting Mallory down still may not solve the problem, because Mallory is a ghost type. This means that she has a high chance of coming back as a vindictive spirit and use her typing to enter the physical world. There, she can cause even more damage.

 

At the same time, she has begun to form new memories and bonds with Audrey, and her aggressive part of personality is slowly mellowing out. At this point, she realizes she doesn't need Mallory, both because she already has a Mimikyu and because the part of her responsible for capturing the Mimikyu is going away. With that, the protagonist makes the decision to release Mallory, but she is still deeply pained about it. Mallory is beyond upset, and appears to swerve revenge.

 

Meanwhile, the efforts to rehabilitate her are getting worse and worse. The professor her assistant make a last-ditch effort to save Mallory's life by transporting her to Saffron and its Gym Leader, Sabrina. Sabrina knows how to deal with vicious Pokémon, particularly if they are of the Psychic and the Ghost type. Furthermore, she has the means to keep tabs on vindictive souls, and although she admits this would not stop Mallory, it would at least minimize the damage she does. Unfortunately, the main villain of the entire series is also under Sabrina’s care. She gets Mallory to follow through on her plan for revenge, and the like the main character, needs a Pokémon that is willing to hurt and kill at the cost. She also states that she wants to make Mallory feel needed again, and Mallory believes her. As a result, the main villain captures Mallory without resistance, and she remains at the villan’s side from then on.

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Name: Serena Darkstar

Race: Human

Gender: Female

Class: Fighter/Cleric

Alignment: Neutral Good

For a female human Serena is unusually tall as she stands at six foot one inch. She has always attributed her height to her questionable divine heritage as her ‘father’ is the dead lord of murder Bhaal. As one of the hundreds of Bhaalspawn she was hunted for several years because of the tainted blood in her veins.

It was Serena who would have the last laugh as she is the last living Bhaalspwan. As the last Bhaalspwan standing Serena could have claimed her father’s throne for herself and become a goddess however after all the death and destruction she’d caused to get to the Throne of Bhaal Serena turned her back and utterly rejected any and everything to do with the foul deity that had sired her. The ultimate insult to Bhaal’s plan to be ‘reborn’ after the Time of Troubles.

Serena has spent many years adventuring around the Sward Coast in the service of her patron deity, Trom. She now lives in the city of Waterdeep and is one of a handful of clerics and paladins to be granted the title ‘Grand Champion of Torm’ a far cry from her humble origins as the ‘Child of Candlekeep’.

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Another OC, Keith, for the Pokémon fandom. Keith is a Mimikyu in the upcoming story Usurping.

 

Before the story’s beginning, Keith is under the ownership of the protagonist’s grandmother. The protagonist’s grandmother had been a skilled nursing her use, saving many lives with her Pikachu. However, the Pikachu was now very old, and one day, it died of old age. Said Pikachu was female, and her name is Emily. It also would noting that the grandmother enjoyed Pikachu, to the point where someone joke about her being a fanatic.

 

This leads to the protagonist wanting to get a Pikachu for a Christmas gift, but instead chances upon a lonely Mimikyu instead. She decides to take it to her grandmother for Christmas, affectionately referring to it as the perfect Pikachu. The Mimikyu, touched by this, goes without a fight.

 

At Christmas, everyone is surprised by the gift, and the protagonist calls Keith a not Pikachu. She then explains to her family about the significance of Mimkyu. Her grandmother then thinks the Mimikyu is adorable, saying it's as cute as any Pikachu. The Mimikyu is pleased by this, she names it Keith, and the two become fast friends. It also revealed that Emily used to hold a Light Ball, and Keith is interested in it. However, since Keith can't use a Light Ball, the grandmother makes a necklace for him to wear instead, with the Light Ball at the center. Keith wears this necklace from then on.

 

Eventually, Keith accompanies the protagonist’s grandmother everywhere she goes, and everyone at social functions enjoys his presence. He also helps take care of her as she ages, and keeps a close eye on Emily's ashes, which the grandmother also takes with her. Eventually, the grandmother grows weak, and Keith realizes he will not have much time left with her. He also realizes that since he is a ghost and a fairy, he will live her. The grandmother confides that she would like the protagonist of Usurping to have him and Emily's ashes when she passes. This is because the protagonist of usurping is the only one the family who is skilled with Pokémon. Keith tries to contact the protagonist about this beforehand, but says she is far away, she never receives the message.

 

Eventually, the protagonist is lying injured in the hospital, but it is stated she will recover from the wounds. However, she learns from the Pokémon Center nurse that her grandmother has died and that she wanted her to have Emily's ashes and Keith. It's also worth noting that because of the severity of her injuries and the fact that she's a long distance away, she is unable to attend the funeral. The protagonist is given a Poke Ball and an urn containing the ashes, but feels she cannot accept either.

 

Instead, her traveling companion is Hoenn’s Lucy. Lucy ends up opening the Poké Ball, and the other Pokémon explain Keith's history as he appears. Lucy tries to explain that his trainer is dead, but it is revealed that Keith already knows. The protagonist of usurping refuses to accept Keith, too devastated over what happened. Lucy tries to argue that the protagonist can at least pass him down to her children, but the protagonist reports that she cannot have children. Lucy is shocked, but understands.

 

The protagonist of usurping later tells Lucy to permanently take care of Keith. Lucy is surprised, but the protagonist thinks that she can make much better use of Keith then she can, and take better care of him. Keith seems to warm up to Lucy, and Lucy, although a little heartbroken, accepts. She also carries Emily's ashes for the protagonist, although unlike Keith, she intends to have them only temporarily. Later, Keith convinces her to keep them permanently, since he realizes the protagonist of usurping is to grief and guilt stricken to take them back. He states that she never knew Emily, so the ashes will mean nothing to her.

 

At first, Lucy is unsure what to do with Keith, and gives them the option of being a pet. Keith refuses, instead wanting to be with Lucy wherever she goes, just like he was with the protagonist’s grandmother. Keith is revealed to be good at helping Lucy with her job as a hotel manager. This is because he is used to taking care of people, and working with them. This is because of him helping with social outings, and taking care of the protagonist’s grandmother. His friendly demeanor also appeals to the guests, and Lucy eventually gets certification for him to be a partner Pokémon, so he can assist her at the hotels even when she has a full team. This will also allow him to be with her, even if her party is full.

 

Lucy also gives Keith the option of not fighting in battles, since he hardly ever did when his previous trainer was alive. Again, Keith refuses, interested by the prospect of battling and stating that he is a Pokémon so he is born to battle. He adds that he doesn't want to sit there uselessly while Lucy goes off to battle, and Lucy believes that this fair. Keith performs well in battle, and Lucy sometimes allows him to fight with her regular team. She is also surprised that he performs incredibly well in contests, and is amused because she's never had a Pokémon that works well in both battles and contests. This is partially because of his life with his previous trainer, because the protagonist’s grandmother was very good at sewing. As a result, she would often dress Keith up in costumes that she either bought or made. And since contests often involve costumes, Keith feels right at home.

 

By the time Usurping takes place, Keith is a skilled battler and manager, and his loyalty to Lucy is unwavering. When the protagonist of usurping becomes scared upon choosing a Mimikyu as a starter, Keith appears, encouraging him to take her. The two also bond right away, and Keith thinks that she's already one of the family, something which the protagonist mulls over with sadness. Lucy replies that Keith is here, alive, and as friendly as ever. She then goes on to state how helpful he is been, and thinks that this Pokémon could be just as helpful to the protagonist. The protagonist states Mallory's name at some point, and Lucy insists that not all Mimikyu are like the one she currently knows, and given how this one is acting, it probably won't turn out like that.

 

After some words of encouragement from Erika, the protagonist from usurping picks up the Mimikyu and takes her on her journey. This Pokémon is named Audrey, and from then on, Keith acts as a mentor figure. He also acts as a support to the main protagonist, allowing her to maintain connections to her family and helping ease the pain of what happened in the past. Lucy later delivers a message she received when the grandmother was met in heaven as an angel. According to Lucy, the protagonist’s grandmother is not angry about what happened to Keith, but is instead both proud of her and the Pokémon. She's also pleased that Keith is very happy, and Lucy stated that more than anything else in world, it's what she wanted for him. Lucy adds that the only thing the grandmother wanted was for the protagonist be happy, and that she is thankful that Lucy watch over her and continues to, as well as the fact that the grandmother is not angry that her grandchild was unable to attend her funeral, instead stating that sometimes things happen. It is the speech that allows the protagonist to move on and be at peace with what happened, with Keith and Lucy by her side.

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My OC is Holly. She is actually the same character from some of my other works, but she's a very different situation. The work she's in for this post is actually a sequel to some of the other works, but the fact that they're related is very subtle…

 

Anyway, Holly, due to the events of the last three books, Holly ends up with the almost slavish devotion to a character named Kris. However, by the end of the third book, Kris is dead and a wandering spirit without any Pokémon. She is currently frozen in ice courtesy of Lusamine, because no one knows what to do with her. She is eventually taken to the Cold Storage in Unova, in hopes that she will attract less attention there.

 

However, Holly attacks the Cold Storage, intent on setting Kris free. She succeeds, and Kris's soul materializes. Kris talks about going to one of the Ultra Wormholes to your severance timeline, after absorbing some of the spirits of her other selves. Holly, with her devotion, decides to protect Kris from any other "horrible people" (such as those who are actually enforcing laws). She chooses to go with her. In your Ursurping’s timeline, Holly temporarily gets lost, but catches up with Kris right when she's about to do battle with the people there. Holly states that if they will hurt Kris, she will protect her with her life, and tear every last one of them to pieces. Holly states that she will fight for Kris, and that they will have to go through her.

 

Holly states that she will battle in Kris's place, but Kris gently tells Holly she can fight now. Kris quickly adds that wouldn’t better if they fought together. Holly asks how, and Kris replies the pact of Xernas. It still links them together, and they can use it to fuse into a single being, because their lives can be attached to each other's. Holly nods, fusing with Kris willingly. With this, Holly gains a safe haven, and Kris can several other powers, including increased abilities with fire, powerful physical abilities, and Holly's Pokémon. It is also annoying that Holly is alive and aware, and also okay with this happening, because she's able to protect Kris after she believed that Kris protected her. She also wants to defeat any enemies that standing Kris’s way, no matter who they might be.

 

When the others finally defeat the fusion, they find out that they are unable to separate the two because of the link, and also because of the fact that Kris and Holly have willingly fused together. From inside Kris, Holly's voice can sometimes be heard, and when first contacted, she screams that do anything to keep Kris safe, and will destroy people like you who would hurt her. The others are disgusted, and someone mentioned that Holly is basically brainwashed, and unwilling to listen to reason. Someone wonders what Kris did to Holly and the only way to stop her is to stop Kris. When the group finds out that Holly is under Kris's finger and has been for a long time, they're disgusted and angered.

 

Someone points out that perhaps what Usurping’s Kris has is not morality, but free will. The character agrees with this, and renews her determination to defeat both Hollys.

 

 

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  • 5 months later...
On 8/7/2017 at 2:16 AM, Wizarmonfan said:

First post. :D

Please can people give Saki a good once over and let me know of anything more I can do to fix her up?

I really like Saki and how detailed you are on her.  I was able to picture her in my head quite well and you gave her a depth that would make me believe I could meet her on the street.

One thing I would be curious about is her anxiety.  You mention how debilitating she could become from this and her attacks, but then you speak on her fighting skills and her flee trigger when danger comes in front of her... it's a bit of a discrepancy that I would need some clarification on.  I could be confused on the way you describe this as well, but that comes to mind which needs a little more work, in my opinion.  Other than that I would like to read about her adventures.

Also, I haven't touched Digimon in YEARS and this brings back happy memories. :D 

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