UPDATE: This thread can also be used to help make OC character for stories as well.
I'll start by posting some OC characters that I made for my Pokemon stories:
Name - Yogirasu
Species - Tyranitar
Age - (unknown)
Special ability - Sub-telepathy that allows him to communicate with human beings.
Gender - Male
Personality - He is a very serious Pokemon that is very protective of his friends. Though he can be kind most of the time, he acts like a disciplinarian whenever he sees someone about to make a mistake. Though he can be prone to acts of extreme criticism, he cares deeply for his friends and tends to like most humans and Pokemon around the world.
Appearance - Generic with the exception of several insect-looking tattoos across his body (along with yellow coloring to his surface).
(This is a long, yet somewhat brief summary of what happens to Yogirasu during Mewtwo's Experiment Part 1 & 2)
Yogirasu has a disturbing past, he was born as a result of his mother being raped by a mentally unstable Pokemon hunter, and was initially a human baby. However, one of his father's Pokemon used a strange unknown spell that turned him into a Larvitar egg, and lost hold of it before its master moved to his next victim.
Yogirasu was then hatched on an unidentified beach, and wandered for years searching for a home. Every night he buried himself deep into the sand, and dreamed about finding a master and friends. On one fateful evening, a mysterious teenager dug underground and found Yogirasu sleeping inside. After a brief introduction, the teen revealed himself to be Deviant, a clone of Yogirasu's unidentified father (who was created by Mewtwo). Deviant explained the missions that he was given, and told Yogirasu that he planning to travel to Alamos Town in the Sinnoh region in order to destroy Team Rocket. Though Yogirasu didn't care at the moment, Deviant also had plans to assassinate a Pokemon Coordinator named Drew (due to his original's disdain towards him for an odd reason).
Deviant took Yogirasu to a house nearby the beach, and stayed there for several days until Mewtwo started hunting for Deviant, and found the two sleeping in that house one night. Deviant quickly took Yogirasu out of the house, and used his powers to force him to evolve into a Tyranitar (skipping the Pupitar stage) in order to successfully protect himself from Mewtwo. Because of the power that psychic Mewtwo installed in that human clone he made, Deviant and Yogirasu were able to defeat Mewtwo in combat (seriously injuring him in the process). After that fight took place, Deviant decided to take Yogirasu and escape from the place they were staying at.
Along their path, Yogirasu and Deviant met one of Ash Ketchum's former female traveling companions (who happened to be May), and were surprised when she wanted to come along with them. Yogirasu was skeptical at first, but he refused to say anything and began to become a little twitchy when he noticed that May was falling in love with him. A few days passed, and Yogirasu's anxiety dropped when he saw his master have his first kiss with May, and he gained a more playful attitude towards their relationship, but his serious attitude gradually returned afterward.
After a few weeks, Deviant seemed to be gaining a slightly darker personality, and this increased when they discovered a town that Deviant had no intention of traveling to. As usual, Yogirasu didn't care where they were, but Deviant seemed to be getting tense for some reason. While Deviant inspected the town, Yogirasu met a female Raltz who was given an order to capture Deviant and return to Mewtwo's laboratory on New Island, but she changed sides due to the fear that she experienced, and her change of heart towards Mewtwo's creation. The next day, Deviant had met the gym leader of that town (who happened to be a girl named Flannery), and conducted an act of infidelity towards his relationship with May, while Yogirasu met another of Ash Ketchum's traveling companions.
This one was known as "Misty", and though he didn't know it at that current time, she was actually the mother of the Tyranitar who had the corrupted past. While Yogirasu was undergoing his socializing, Deviant was using his powers to create an Espeon and an Umbreon, while Mewtwo had arrived to that town, and he came to capture Deviant once again. Yogirasu quickly attacked Mewtwo, but was easily overpowered and quickly defeated.
While he was knocked out, Yogirasu had nightmares about May being tortured, and despite being asleep, he was restless and extremely uncomfortable. After being woken up by Mewtwo's Raltz, Yogirasu witnessed Mewtwo and Deviant fighting outside of the hotel that he was sleeping in. Once their brawl discontinued, Yogirasu remebered a river flowing outside of the strange town, the same river that was in his nightmare. Yogirasu immidiately ran off and attempted to save May (with Raltz racing behind him).
Once Yogirasu reached the river, he found a crystalline capsule flowing down the water. Raltz lifted it onto the grass with her psychic power, allowing Yogirasu to crack it open. Once the crystal was broken, Yogirasu saw that May was dying, and ordered Raltz to teleport them to the closest Pokemon center.
After Raltz sent May to the hospital, Yogirasu was horrified when Nurse Joy told him that May couldn't be saved, and that she was going to die. Filled with sadness, Yogirasu exited the Pokemon center and found Deviant flirting with his new girlfriend. It was confusing at first, seeing as how he believed that his master was in love with May, and yet he was standing in front of him kissing Flannery. Yogirasu suddenly turned around when he caught Deviant's Espeon racing outside with the horrible news. Espeon used its psychic link to tell Deviant what happened, and caused the human clone's emotions to overload his power, turning Deviant into a gigantic Pokemon that had the appearance of a dragon, which was a manifestation of pure evil.
Yogirasu saw Mewtwo's Raltz attempting to reason with this new formation of Deviant (asking him if he was alright), and recieved a response which happened to be a loud scream that shattered everything that was made of glass. The "dragon Deviant" began ripping apart houses, and smashing everything in sight, while Misty (who was filled with pure anger and hatred) sent out her Pokemon and yelled at Deviant, demanding that he stop his actions at once. Yogirasu attempted to fight the evil Deviant, and had a house thrown at him instead. Due to Yogirasu being a Tyranitar, his strength allowed him to successfully grab the house and toss it away.
Misty then asked the monster (who was initially Deviant) if he cared about how he was making Flannery feel, and Deviant called her a whore and said that she meant nothing to him, causing Flannery to cry. Yogirasu looked at the beast who was once his master, and horrified at what he had just said, and was filled with pure rage at the same time. Yogirasu charged at Deviant, and was swatted out of the way instead. After he tried to stand up and fight once again, the evil dragon Pokemon flapped its large wings and soared into the air, preparing an energy bomb that would destroy the town and completely obliterate Hoenn.
The next scene involves Yogirasu awakening in a house in New Bark town, and sees a strangely unique Kirlia dancing in front of him. The Kirlia reveals itself to be Mewtwo's Raltz, who explains that she evolved from all the work and strain that she gained from teleporting everyone to safety. Yogirasu is relieved, but that relief goes away once he sees Deviant walking inside of the house, severly weakened from turning into that monster. Unable to think of a way to react, Yogirasu remains motionless, and tries to tell Kirlia to remain still, but she follows Deviant into the kitchen, along with Flannery.
Though Yogirasu was outside of that room, he could still hear what was occuring inside of the kitchen, and he grimaces as he hears Flannery beating up Deviant. After hearing his master yell in pain, Yogirasu is overloaded with anguish when he hears Kirlia telling Flannery that she killed Deviant. Yogirasu feels a great amount of disdain for Flannery, until he heard her sobbing over Deviant's death. After that tragic even took place, Yogirasu was never the same again.
The next day, Yogirasu watches Deviant's body dissolve into green spheres of energy (similar to what happened to Sir Aaron and his Lucario), while Misty tells Kirlia she's happy that Flannery killed Deviant, which causes Kirlia to scream at Misty and question her morality. Yogirasu sits down miserably while Flannery continues to cry over the loss of her boyfriend. Suddenly, a gigantic monster lands in New Bark town, the same monster that Deviant had turned into. The monster reveals that it was seperated from Deviant, and insults Misty and Flannery. The monster attacks everyone, but it stopped by Kirlia, who stuns it and causes it to faint. Yogirasu then grabs the monster and tosses it overseas.
After Mewtwo arrived to the scene and formed a group with all of Yogirasu's friends, he attempts to search for Groudon and finds a way to stop the "Dragon Deviant" as Yogirasu tries to find a way to end his depression. Mewtwo was just about to find a place for the group to rest when Ho-Oh arrived to the scene and brought May and Deviant back to life. Yogirasu is filled with joy to see his master alive once again, but is puzzled when he sees somebody that looks just like Deviant standing right behind him. Deviant reveals this man to be the human that he was cloned from, and says that his name is Reed, who happened to be an evil rapist who got Misty pregnant. Yogirasu didn't believe anything he was hearing at first, but once Misty tells Yogirasu how he was born, and that she is actually his mother, Yogirasu suffers a minor nervous breakdown. Reed carefully steps over to Yogirasu, and tries to calm him down, but is attacked instead and is serious injured. Yogirasu goes berserk, and was about to kill Reed before he escaped.
Several days had past since Reed's escape, and Mewtwo had finally assembled an army of legendary Pokemon that would defeat the evil manifestation of Deviant. Though Yogirasu didn't play a big roll in this battle, he still witnessed the key events. After seeing his father riding Kyogre once the battle came to an end, he followed them to Reed's home island, which was called Pangaea. Yogirasu watched his father conduct another crude act, this time it was directed toward a female Pokemon. Yogirasu scolds Reed for being a rapist, and was about to try to kill Reed again, but was stopped when Reed sent out a Registeel, and blasted him into the ocean.
After several days of being trapped under water, a Mew came to rescue Yogirasu. Once that happened, the Tyranitar learned that most of Earth's continents were burned away, and that Pangaea would be a suitable home for them to live on. Yogirasu decides to settle down and continue living his life, happy that his friends and his mother are safe and content with their lives as of the current moments in their lifetimes.
---7/07/2011 . Edited 7/17/2011 #1
Name - Deviant's Espeon
Species - Artificial Espeon (created by Mewtwo, resurrected by Deviant)
Age - (unknown)
Special ability - Mind invasion (can read thoughts and possess people & Pokemon)
Gender - Male
Personality - This Espeon was once a brave, cool-headed Pokemon that was very mature. Now, ever since he witnessed Mewtwo and his Kirlia having their first kiss, he had a major personality change. He has now been corrupted and turned into an Espeon that throws temper-tantrums over the most inappreciable things. He is now unimaginibly sensitive, and will cry whenever somebody scolds him for his bad behavior, even if they are trying to be as kind as they possibly can.
Location - Island of Pangaea (Mew's island)
Appearance - This Espeon has blue formal-looking symbols engraved on his fur, similar to the ones that the weather Pokemon have on their bodies. Except, they look like some sort of alien-esq language, and almost look as if they resemble sentences of some sort.
History - The crybaby Espeon was a gift given to Deviant (the cloned human created by Mewtwo) while he was being created, along with an Umbreon as well. They were also clones that were being created, and formed a similar relationship like the one Mewtwo had with Ambertwo in addition to the clones of the three starter Pokemon of Kanto. The Espeon and Umbreon played with Deviant in his dream worlds, and had adventures with him until they both died from the cancer that clones were known to obtain if their growth was forcefully accelerated. As Espeon died, he wished for Deviant to bring him and Umbreon back to life. And to his fortune, Deviant gave him the luxury of being able to live once again.7/14/2011 . Edited 11/25/2011 #2
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