Seinas' birthFlarena groaned as she laid down in her room, and then growled to herself after awhile. Where was Carrol?! It was almost morning, and she had been up all night waiting for him.
"Where the hell is he at?! He should be back by now." Flarena thought, and then looked at the purple, red, and blue egg between her two front paws.
"If only he was here to see how beautiful you looked." Flarena said before rubbing the egg gently.
She picked it up in her mouth and went back to the hatchery, and laid it down in the area the egg stayed alone. Flarena smiled gently at the egg. Suddenly the doors opened, and Flarena turned around to see Terrador, and he smiled in relief, and walked toward her.
"It's only you." Terrador said and stopped beside her looking at the egg.
"Came to see the egg again?" Someone else questioned, and Terrador with Flarena turned around to see Volteer and Cyril walking toward them.
"Of course. Why wouldn't I, when the egg is mine?" Flarena questioned.
"Heehee, just saying." Cyri
Tips on Making a Good Ninjago OC After being in the Ninjago fandom for a while, I've decided to create a few OCs like a lot of others in the fandom. While a lot of OCs are great, there are also a few that could use a bit of improvement. I created this guide to keep your fan-character from falling into the "In need of improvement" category.Tips on Making a Good Ninjago OC9 months ago in Literature Templates More Like This
These are the most prominent in the fandom. Seeing as the ninja are the primary protagonists, Ninja OCs are expected to be the vast majority of OCs in the fandom. Therefore, this is the primary category where OCs will need the most improvement.
While it's perfectly alright to give your character a hard past, don't go too overboard on it. You don't want your OC to be an empty shell of a person! Keep in mind though, if they have gone through some sort of emotional trauma, they will not be a bowlful of of sunshine happiness either, they will have at least a bit of bitterness de
A Guide to Character DevelopmentNumber One: The CharacterA Guide to Character Development1 year ago in Writing More Like This
Before we really get into the fun nit and grit of character development, you're going to need to have filled out the basics. The best advice that I can offer up for this is to fill out multiple questionnaires and profiles about your character. It's a pretty simple task; you can find questionnaires and profiles all over deviantART and the internet in general (in fact I'll just link you to a few in the author's comment below). It's also not a bad idea to take some Mary-Sue/Gary-Stu tests. Don't take them to heart or take them too personally. They're merely a decent building block step to realizing weaknesses and strengths to work on in character personality. Still, if the rating is obnoxiously high, it's a safe bet that you need to scrap the character and start over or really work out all those kinks you mistakenly put into their bio.
The important things to factor in m