This is a group dedicated to good OCs and the creative minds behind them! Whether they be a pony, gryphon, dragon, buffalo, or any other species within the FiM Universe, they're allowed in this group. Of course, your OC must meet the guidelines of good/interesting original character. If you're not sure if your OC is good enough, here's some characteristics that are used to make up a good OC:
Interesting: A good character is always interesting. If your OC has corks, a unique talent, odd hobby/habit, or simply an interesting story/personality trait, then it's probably going to be fun to read about.
Realistic: The character must be realistic in either our world or equestria. If he/she/it is too over-the-top to be realistic to meet in either universe, it probably doesn't fit into the "realistic" category.
Flawed: No character should be flawless. If your character has certain flaws (greedy, unintelligent, self-conscious, clumsy, emotionally unstable, ect.) then that would make them more interesting/relatable. Adding flaws to your characters makes them more enjoyable to read about and more realistic/interesting.
Qualities: If your OC has flaws, they should also have qualities (smart, funny, creative, optimistic, ect.). This too will make them more interesting and relatable for the reader. Remember; even the worst of us have a little good.
Relatable: The main reason people enjoy reading about characters is because in some way, we can relate to them. If the character relates to you, he/she/it will most likely related to others as well. We want to put ourselves into the shoes/hooves of the characters. If they don't go through problems/struggles/events we either go through, or wish we could go through, then it becomes more boring to your reader.
If your character has at least two or three of these traits, they're most likely a good OC, and if they have a story about them, go ahead and add it to the group. Please add your stories to all folders that apply!
If you wish to share backstories, photos, or descriptions of your OC, please do so in the comments. Just remember to have fun!