OriKero TutorialGuide to making Creative, Original, Decent OriKeros:OriKero Tutorial3 years ago in Writing More Like This
Note: I'll be comparing my OriKeros to the typical 'Mary-Sue'. So please, don't copy this tutorial for your character.
First off, let's start with some vocabulary you will be seeing through-out this tutorial.
OriKero: A combination of the words Original Character and Keronian.
Original Character: A character of any sort that you came up.
Keronian: An alien from the anime "Keroro Gunsou/ SGT. Frog".
Mary-Sue: A character with no flaws that's good at everything and that everyone loves.
Gary-Stu: Male version of a Mary-Sue.
Original/Originality: Something YOU came up with, by yourself. (It's okay to have a little help, but don't have someone else make it for you.)
Now the actual guide. It will be based of someone else's guide, which I will link to in the description.
I'll only be re-enforcing the essential areas for having an oc, but the actual template has brief explanations that help you make
Keroro Gunsou Mary-Sue ExamplesYou'll notice that I am completely ignoring looks at this time. There are some few things about the Keronian's looks that can be Sue-type traits, but that doesn't matter quite as much as the profile content at this given time. (Yes there are such things as "recolors" and other things that don't make sense, but I will get into those some other time!)Keroro Gunsou Mary-Sue Examples3 years ago in Writing More Like This
I am also ignoring canonXoc relationships at this time.
These profiles were written off the top of my head. If I accidently used a name that you used I am willing to change it if you ask politely. I don't want to unintentionally tarnish any characters' reputation.
You will find that I have the characters listed by "level." The higher the level the better the character, got it? Good.
-Not good, but not bad news(in the middle)
The following is an example