Hetalia OC TemplateA few people have asked me if they can use the same template-thing I use for my OCs, and to make it easier for everyone who wants to, I made a blank one.Hetalia OC Template in Literature Templates More Like This
Feel free to add or take away any of these to suit your liking.
Official Country Name: (What they represent. If it's not a country, replace this with province/state/etc.)
Capitol: (The capitol of your country.)
Languages: (Official languages of your country, as well as any other reasonable languages they personally speak. For example, America has English, but many people speak Spanish too, so it would make sense for him to know it as well.)
Government: (What form of government do they have?)
Legal System: (What form of legal system do they have?)
Name: (Their human name.)
Meaning: (The meaning of their name, and/or reasoning behind that name. For example, Russia's name, Ivan, may come from Ivan the Great, or Ivan the Terrible.)
Sources For Creating Hetalia OCsINTRODUCTIONSources For Creating Hetalia OCs in Literature Templates More Like This
So, you want to make a Hetalia OC? Awesome! They can be super fun, but super challenging, too. They are personifications. To personify something is to represent something, in this case, the embodiment of a country, as a human. Personifying a whole country? If that doesn't sound a bit overwhelming, you're either a pro, or you're a good OC maker!
Why? Because it means you respect what it takes. The thing with Hetalia is, it's supposed to be based off of history, culture, stereotypes, and everything that makes a country unique. It's a lot to handle.
Which is why I've created this: A list of sources for building a Hetalia OC.
Average heights by country
Why it's Important: It's canon to base your character's height off of the country's average. If you cannot find the average height of what your character represents, you can use an averag