How to create a good Zelda OCAlright, you guys. I have hit my head over a wall, banged it into a door, and smacked myself upside the head with my palm too many times whenever I stumble upon a bad Zelda OC. So I have decided to create this little 'tutorial' pointing out the basics in which to make a proper Zelda OC for you Zelda fans out there! I feel well rounded in the ways of character development and would love to help you become better at developing your own characters as well.More Like This
If you want to create an OC the way you want to without any guidelines, or if you want to have fun with your OC, feel free. I'm not telling you that you HAVE to follow these rules to make a good Zelda OC. However, we do not want to hear you cry over the fact that your OC might get bashed/is getting bashed by people. Creating OCs is supposed to be fun, and not everyone is going to like your character. Don't get so mad and upset if your character is bashed. Have fun!
Before we get started, I want to point out that this is just some
The Tears I CryLink found himself in the Chamber of the Sages once more, having just cleared the Forest Temple of the evil that Gannondorf had placed there. A light glowed from the Emblem of the Forest, and there before him stood his closest friend, looking upon him with sad eyes, so much unlike the bright and cheery smiles that she gave him when they were younger.More Like This
"Link, Thank you... Because of you, I could awaken as the Sage of the Forest. I always believed that you would come. I wish we could play in the sacred meadow once more but it is destiny that you and I can't live in the same world." Saria looked at Link again with those eyes, and he felt his heart sink.
"I will stay here as the Forest Sage and help you... Now, please take this Medallion..." Saria said as she raised her hands.
Link felt the Medallion drop into his hands. The Medallion was warm and the object reminded him of a fresh morning breeze in the Sacred Meadow.
"It's time for you to go now. Link I'll always be your