Is Your Harry Potter OC a Mary Sue?
Oddly colored hair (naturally or dyed) ie: blue, pink, streaked hair, "bottle red" (Think Rihanna)
Oddly colored eyes (and colored contacts) ie: red, yellow, pink, COLOR-CHANGING EYES
Unnaturally beautiful characters, ie: perfect proportions and complexions, etc.
Being an animagus or a metamorphous (meta is very, very rare and ani is hard to achieve and you have to be registered)
Being a half-breed creature, ie: half-veela, half-vampire, half-werewolf (or a werewolf, for that matter)
Having your character self-harm, ie: cutting, popping pills, etc. (This is a very over-done thing in oc's, and it's frankly not something healthy)
Having them dress in clothing outside the time-period (do your research)*
Having them be goth/emo/scene (seriously over-done)
Giving them tattoo's and piercing (they go to a boarding school in Scotland, seriously guys)
As just a general statement; "Scene", and "Emo" fashions didn't start up until the mid-to-late 2000'
OC Template: Harry PotterIntroductionOC Template: Harry Potter2 years ago in Profiles More Like This
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The Mary-Sue Complaints Checklist IndexWelcome to The Mary-Sue Complaints Checklist! Got a complaint about a character trait, or a plot device? Maybe it's more of a writing style pet peeve. Come on in and read why these specific "traits" aren't necessarily "Mary-Sueish" or "bad writing".The Mary-Sue Complaints Checklist Index2 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Before you read any farther, it would probably be best to read my "Mary-Sue: Who is She?" series first before reading any of these because my definition of Mary-Sues are quite different from anything I've read by anyone else. I'm quite open-minded, so if you have a gorgeous, powerful character with a tragic past, I would accept it without automatically declaring it a Mary-Sue.
These are the chapters I have written or am planning to write. If I have submitted the subject, I have put links in this index itself, so just hover over the subject you want to read, and click on it. If you feel I have missed something, by all means, let me know and I'll either add on here, or I'll make a guide for the "Mary
50 Prompts1. Closure50 Prompts3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
5. The video player
8. Just one more drink
10. And you are?
13. Broken glass
14. The window
16. The guy at the comic store
17. Breaking away
20. "Sentimental git."
21. Easy peasy
22. The guy/girl next door
25. School trip/ vacation
26. Do I have to?
28. Cassette tape
29. Missed call
31. Hotel room
32. New girl/boy
35. One way exit
38. Jump on three
41. Why didn't you wake me?
43. Come alone
44. Lactose intolerant
45. Phone box
47. I will if you will
48. Vest top
49. There's a stranger in my bed
Warriors CRACK ChallengeWarriors Crack Challenge!Warriors CRACK Challenge5 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
WARNING: Major spoiler stuff coming.
Greetings, fellow Warriors fan. So I heard that you're interested into drawing a crack pairing out? Or maybe you're writing a fanfiction about the most ridiculous pairing ever thought of in the history of Warriors? Perhaps this handy-dandy guide can be of assistance!
What? You aren't here for that? Well, if you're here anyway, why not you try my Warriors Crack Challenge for fun? Your goal is to take this CRACK-pairing generator and either draw a picture, make a comic, or write a short fanfiction on a pairing you roll from it. Quick note-we at the network are perfectly willing to supply you some Brain Bleach if you need it.
First of all-do you have a d20 (twenty-sided die) and a d4 (four-sided die)? Pencil and paper to mark down the crack you're receiving? Good. If not, then use an online random generator and set it to the appropriate maximum and minimum to get the scores.