Or: Thirty Days to Prove Your Character’s Innocence
Reblogging this for the 1st of next month, let’s see how far I go.
(EDIT: oh hey alright it has finally be posted ok let’s do this)
Uwoooh these look fun *A* /screwitI’llstartmidmonth
1. What is the character’s name? Why is that their name, both IC and OOC? Who named them? If the character has any nicknames, what are they, and why do they have them? Does the character have any titles? If so, what are they, and how were they earned?
Razelein Esia; IC- The result of a stillborn coming back to life. Her mom had initially planned to name her Wren, but refused to name her after she was born. So, her father gave her the name based on the Old Tongue’s word for ‘miracle’. OOC- flipped through an old sketchbook of characters I used to have and found the name. Thought it was a waste to not use it, and it seemed to fit, so I slapped it onto her. Raz- just a shortened form of her name, tells people to call her that because it’s easier to say; Razzie/Razzle Dazzle- nicknames her father made to dote on her
Nerevi Weaver; IC- nothing special, just seemed like a fitting cultural name to give her based on when she was born and her temperaments. OOC- recycled name from an old character that got no development. Parents chose the name for her. So far, only nicknames she has are Revi-chan and Neri—from the captain of the crew and her adopted uncle respectively. Probably only has them because they’re easier to say. Title-wise, called Doctor, though she hasn’t officially taken the exam for her license yet. Doesn’t stop her from responding to it though. Trained under her uncle, has some travel experience as one on other airships—but could always use more. Besides, once she has her license she won’t have as much free reign supervision-wise, and her patients aren’t always on the right side of the law. Works out for her to do without.