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How I Make Horror OCsDisclaimer: I'm not trying to tell anyone that they MUST make characters in the same way I do or their OCs will suck. I've just been asked a couple times how I make characters that are actually scary and believable, so I figured I would make a journal about it in hopes it would help someone out. I'm not trying to offend people or their characters; I'm just giving my views on things. Sorry if anything I say in this journal is repetitive. I'm not the greatest writer. Enjoy.How I Make Horror OCs by AVA-1966
So, I herd yew like horror and want to make a good, scary OC, but you don't know where to start. I know my OCs aren't perfect by any means, but I've been told that my ideas and such are interesting, so I'm going to explain the steps I go through to make a horror character. This may also help you in preventing an OC from looking like or being portrayed as a Mary Sue/Gary Stu.
1. Physical appearance.
The first thing I do is design what this character will look like. Some people come up with a sto
Masky X SICK! Reader X HoodieMasky X SICK! Reader X Hoodie by kimifactor
Masky X SICK! Reader X Hoodie
Coughing, chills, and cuddles!
A/N THIS IS A ONESHOT!!!!!! MEANING THERE ARE NO CHAPTERS AFTER THIS!!!!!! Well today I’m sick and it gave me some inspiration, plus I need to write about these guys! I mean who wouldn’t like Hoodie and Masky to take care of you while you were sick. I wish somebody would take care of me
Toby: I’m taking care of you today!
Kimi (me): Ohhhh……. I didn’t even realize you were there! XD
Toby: Forgetful much? ^_^
Kimi: Sorry… WELL ONTO THE STORY!!!!!!
A storm was set over head, ___ was shaking rapidly, sneezing and coughing every now and then. Her once (E/C) eyes were now a sickly (E/C). The once strong Proxie of Eyeless Jack was now so weak, it seemed as if sally could crush her if she even so much as sat on her. Her master, Jack was out for the day, going on a kidney spree. Leaving the poor girl in Slender’s care. Not that, that was much