. Haven't done a meme in a while, might as well give this 'ne a shot.The theme song meme(don't know if this has been done before, but here are le rules)
1. you must tag at least 5 people
2. you must give all of your OC's a theme song.
3. you must list them with reasons why.
4. you must NOT judge other people's song choice.
5. if you know a song that may fit better then by all means make a recommendation but do not be rude.
6. you can give yourself a theme song to.
7. and go!
Cpt. Pioneero .
Ah, where would I be without the Cap'n? From other folks' fanfictions
to acting as my personal avatar back in the days when
was a prominent force in the My Little Pony podcasting universe interviewin' movie stars like Nicole Oliver , no other OC has served me as well in the realm of this world as he has! To him I give the happiest of my OCs' theme songs, as is befitting of his existence in the lightest, happiest universe I have an OC in!
I may have edged out of your fandom, and you may be starting to slip into my closet of disused OCs, but you'll always be my most well-known and premiere character whose seen me through some of my best of times. Don't you forget that...me...!
One of my newer OCs but nonetheless one of my most used ones behind the Cap'n, Genoa was the leader of Team New Frontier for the large Pokemon Mystery Dungeon roleplaying project of the same name. He may be socially awkward, expressionless, creepy and good for nothing but money, but this quite literal venture capitalist will and did go away from the known world with his ragtag bunch of misfits to rediscover an ancient human city and all the lost science it holds-- I mean why not help the other 'mons while fattening his wallet, yeah? Of course, that doesn't help his mysterious and/or criminal reputation...what exactly does this foreign Eevee want?
Unfortunately, the story doesn't go well for him or his fellows. As the roleplay project ultimately failed, I decided to pick up from where Team New Frontier left off and wrote the rest on my own-- under the guidelines of what the other RPers wanted their characters to do. I may upload that story to dA at some point. After TNF came into contact with the 'Army' known as the Mirror's Guard, whom were the servants of the god Blue Forever, they entered a lengthy months-long conflict with them to stop their deranged eldritch god from entering the Pokemon world and destroying it forever. Unlike all the happy endings in the world, though, while TNF was able to defeat the Mirrors' Guard and finally put a stop to the Blue Forever's plans, it wasn't without casualties. Laurel Reinzfort, the Ralts whom did much of the physical (or, rather, mental) fighting against Blue Forever herself, died in the line of fire in their final conflicts against the monstrous being and its servants. And it only went downhill from there-- the rest of the team never forgave themselves for letting her die, and as she was the glue holding together the stressed spirits of the adventurers, their morale died with her. Further, the human technology that they thought they would find was not as valuable as they had hoped it would be and few outside of their own team believed their stories of heroism. Genoa's weak leadership was not able to keep the party together without Laurel, and after the money was split up among them, they each went their separate ways. Alone, with only barely enough money to feed himself, and with an unchanged negative reputation, Genoa left the lands where he had met his fellow explorers, never to be heard from in the Frontier ever again.
Genoa currently exists as a Sylveon NPC for
's character Hex whom joined a privateer crew in a distant sea
after he had left Team New Frontier.
While Genoa certainly has the saddest story of any of my OCs thus far, I will focus on the wonders of his past travels rather than the failure of his mission. After all, his foreign nature is what characterizes him, not his sadness and loss. For him, I give the flowing and graceful yet unfamiliar and mysterious theme, Capitano dal Tramonto Banda (Captain from the Sunset Band, in reality Bluetech's Elementary Particles)
Theme Song: Capitano dal Tramonto Banda www.youtube.com/watch?v=35xgXS…
Another Pokemon OC of mine, and sort of my 'main' character if you will. After I fell out of the Brony fandom largely because of the collapse of Friendship is MADNESS!, I was left without a fandom to attach to, and I. Was. BOOORED! One day about a little over a year ago now, I began thinking about what Anime would look like in the style of Western animation-- you know, smooth, constant movements as opposed to holding still for much of the time. The first thing that popped into my head was a Raichu talking in the style of early 2000s Disney 2D animation, and building from there, I was finally, squarely back into the Pokemon world. I had fallen out of the series after being demoralized from the loss of my White game, which had all of my old team that I had had since I was a kid in it. However, I still had my Platinum game, and I remembered that there was still one Pokemon I liked that I never transferred to my newer, and lost, game: my Pachirisu named Pachi! (now Apples). My Pachirisu craze began there and here we are today, with a Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Pachirisu becoming my signature OC rather than my Pony.
Lt. York Harland is a police officer in the world of
. He lived in a small frontier region plagued by banditry but not interesting or large enough to warrant the creation of its own Guild. As such, the police would send for help to the Tao Guilds a long travel away. Horribly inefficient, but they had no choice. One day, a Pachirisu claiming to be a trained ninja and master of the sling appeared and asked for a job. While many questioned his ninjutsu abilities, none could deny his propensity for stealth and scouting, and he was put to work as a lookout of sorts, stalking the wilds and mystery dungeons for bandits to place bounties on. His speed also made him useful for running messages, and when he had proven himself enough, he was finally sent to deliver a bundle of urgent bounties to the Tao village. When he arrived there, however, he had found that he had arrived only in time for the Tao Guilds to close. Now sticking around to help the remnants of the Tao Guild regather themselves
, he hangs around the new base of the reborn guilds as a sort of informant, giving out and exposing the positions of bountied banditry. He's indeed no slouch with his sling or moves either, and can and will help a Team that asks him to from the shadows.
York exists as an NPC in
, giving out missions and is apparently going to be involved in important roles in the upcoming Missions.
While it's not that heavily pronounced (yet), York is actually a really, REALLY Americanized Persian. That's Persian as in the race (think Iranian), not the Pokemon. Er, well, actually, he's an Assyrian (yes, there are still Assyrians), I'm not entirely sure which to make him. To him, I give the modern, yet heavily central Asian theme song of the Squirrely, Syriac Shinobi of the Sun-Kissed Steppe! (Desert Plain by Terry Devine-King and Steven Williams)
4. Cielo Espinoza, the Electrical Engineer
Yet another Pokemon OC of mine, and my only human one for the main series. A corporate-backed trainer and electrical utility salesman, he is completely disinterested in the prospect of Gym Battles and Leagues and wants only to gather scientific knowledge and make money. (semi-canon depending on whether it is acceptable with whom I RP with) As an employee of the controversial company Sinnoh Greenworks, and by extension their shady 'security' sector Team Greenworks, he's not always on the right side of the law, though he'll be careful to never break it. He's really a nice guy once you get to know him, even with a deep (and secret) love of cute things, just always remember that below (or above? depends on present company) his almost uncharacteristically selfless idealism and moral restraint, he's a company man.
...I don't use him that much <.D.>. I haven't touched Pokemon Clearest Sky and Fertile Soil in a while, and I may or may not just let the project sit there. Regardless, he is my go-to OC for stuff within the main Poke-verse, and as my most straightforward character, I think I'll give him somethin'. I give him 'What We Protect', symbolizing his and his company's protection of the environment, even if he has ulterior motives for doing so. It also symbolizes his inner wishes for a more peaceful world. At least, half of him wants that-- another piece of him wants more money from it.
5. Spc. Kyle Devilla, NeoForce Special Operations
Neopets was my first jump into the online community. If it wasn't for me misunderstanding the instructions on a portable Neopets toy that my parents bought for me at an Almish market (which for some reason had quite a few electronics...), I would have never gotten into Neo and I would have never done half the things or met half the people. In a way, I owe a lot to Neopets. Thank you for introducing me to the wonderful world of the web ^^.
Kyle was my first OC, and boy has he ever seen some changes. I got into Neopets around the Second Battle for Meridell, or, more formally, the Second Darigan-Meridell War. Originally, he was written into the role of a young noble prince fighting on Meridell's side, complete with his own (incomplete, Mary Sue-ish) story. Then, he was the Prince of Market Town, which I had always thought of as a sort of Minas Tirith of the Neopets world. Seriously, I imagined Neopets over LOTR sometimes when I watched it. Don't ask XD ...anyway, then I made him a crippled Aisha Thief working alongside those two famous ones, whatever their names were. Finally, I entered him into the much more balanced form he is today. His story REEAALLLYY needed the revamps I gave him...
Kyle was originally a happy-go-lucky Island Aisha living a carefree life partying it up, where else, on the sunny southeastern shores of Mystery Island. Despite the constant strife happening elsewhere in Neopia and his urge to go out and help protect the rest of the world, he preferred to stay on his island home with his friends and family. It wasn't that he didn't care, mind you, but going off to fight evil overlords and abominations of hell was a rather...unattractive business, you understand? As with all good things, however, his happy life came to a grinding halt when one of the clones of the nefarious Dr. Sloth had landed a few UFOs to pillage the island. The unprotected villagers were completely surprised and most ended up captured or missing. Kyle lost a lot of friends in the fighting. Finally seeing what the rest of the world was going through, he joined the Neopian Defense Force. Being forced by the army to paint himself Blue rather than his traditional Island color (for those of you non-Neopians, Island colored pets are rare and expensive to raise whereas Blue is one of the basic colors-- for a pet to be downgraded in color, it is to go down in rank and it's implied to be an extremely humiliating thing to have happen to you), he joined a number of his comrades and went up to the Virtupets station, ready to strike out against Sloth and his disgusting machinations such that he could prevent what happened to him from happening to anyone else ever again.
Kyle is a rarely used character, but as my first, I love the little guy really. Despite being trained in, outfitted for, and wanting space-based combat, he's often sent down to his Mystery Island home or to the forested, "uninhabited" places of Neopia to investigate suspicious activity. Mysterious activity meaning, this being Neopia and all, that it is probably some fledgling evil overlord, or worse, Sloth himself, starting the beginnings of his plan. As Kyle is normally used in rather spelunk-y situations, I give him the adventurous theme of Fighting to Find the Secret First (the song 'Shootout' from Uncharted 3). Works well if you imagine him in a sticky situation
My Mabinogi OC. A storied character of mine, with a longer and more detailed story than most of my other OCs which I cannot begin to explain here. He's my most heavily modified character from his original form besides Kyle, but besides that, he's the only character of mine whose had all of the changes happen to him in the same continuity!
In short, Veo is a Spanish-Irish son of a Black Knight and a Siren. Although he openly identifies as a Siren himself and thus a Fomor, he had taken up a side with Neamhain in the Fomor-Human Wars, a goddess whom was decidedly pro-Human but not as much so as her sister Morrighan, and definitely not as anti-Fomor. Eventually, however, as Neamhain as a deity slowly became quiet, Veo switched his allegiance from the Kingdom of Tara to the Republic of Verona, led by the physical manifestation of the goddess Shakaya. While he has some disagreements with her and does not worship her as a goddess, he is honor-bound to defend the lands that she has enfeoffed to him, and if the war-like gods of the old pantheon wish to harm his citizens, they will have to get to them through him.
For my chivalrous Crusader here, I give him the spiritual-yet-excited and brave-sounding theme of The Watery Crusader in the Siren's Mask (original song name unknown).
Will tag later.