130 OC QuestionsDIRECTIONS:
∆ create a list with ten of your original characters;
- if you have less than ten, either duplicate some (giving them two numbers or more);
-- or you can borrow a friend's OCs (ask for permission first), or use canon characters.
- if you have more than 10 characters, just create more lists, until the number matches.
∆ once you have created the list(s), shuffle the order up by using an online randomizer.
∆ when all OCs has gotten a number, replace the number in the sentences below with their name.
∆ now you can answer all 130 questions, using your characters and getting to know them better.
∆ if you want to post your answers online, for others to read, go ahead; no need to credit me.
!!! It is important that you do not preview the questions and assign specific numbers to certain characters; the point of these questions is to put your characters into unexpected scenarios and interactions that might not be canon in your story univ