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|Subject: NPC Application Bio Template Mon Mar 14, 2016 10:39 pm|| |
Independent Organisation NPC Application Form
If you are here, i'm assuming that you've successfully applied for your IO and are now looking to create some NPCs that are needed for various reasons. If so, then you have definitely come to the correct place!
If you have not in fact created your IO yet, then this step will have to wait and you can find the template for applying for an IO itself here
Please note that all NPCs applied for must be posted in separate threads as if they were full characters, and the thread description should contain the name of the IO that the NPC will be involved with.
To fill in an application form, copy the code
listed at the bottom of this post. Do not
copy the version with explanations for each field. That version is only there to help you when filling in the form and will not have the correct formatting when re-posted.» Name: The name of the NPC.
» Species: What species of pokemon the NPC is.
» Gender: The gender of the NPC.
» Role in IO: How your NPC is involved with your IO. How are they relevant to the IO? What is their job? etc.
» Level: Their level. NPCs with too high a level will be denied so keep in mind that it shouldn't be ridiculous.
» Ability: Which ability your NPC possesses.
» Moveset: The four or fewer moves that the NPC knows.
» Personality: A short summary of the NPC's personality. The application will be denied if the character does not feel well rounded and thought out. This is the only reference others will have for this character in order to be able to RP them accurately, so do take this part seriously.
» History: The NPC's history, perhaps how they joined the IO. This is relevant so that anyone RPing the NPC does not go against their canon history.
» Justification: Why do you need this NPC as part of your IO?
[b]» Role in IO:[/b]
-(Move Name - Level Acquired)
NPCs can be approved by Secretaries just like any other character, but a secretary cannot approve their own NPCs.