If one does not have photoshop or similar program, you can download the png with the dA download button beside the image or artist comments!
Simply because it needed to be made. More or less also, because I'm trying to make my own original character for ROTG, and I thought making a sheet would be helpful for others.
If you download the photoshop file, you'll be able to customize the coloring and style of the template.
Wonderful Examples in the usage of the template:
PLEASE USE THE DOWNLOAD BUTTON (TO THE RIGHT OF THE PICTURE) FOR FULL VIEW!
Keep in mind in the biography portions, there are two distinct parts. The first is when your character was a non-guardian fae/magical creature (or perhaps in a case like Jack Frost's, when he was human). The second is when they have their own powers, represented holiday and/or season.
Well, for examples, the tooth fairies would be considered 'large group' since there are many more than just one of them. If you were refering to THE tooth fairy, then she would be considered 'singular' because she is either the only one of that rank/kind, or the ruler of similar creatures beneath her. For 'small group' it's a little harder to explain, since I don't have a good example, but it would be between either extreme. There isn't so many to call them part of a 'large group', but there are still multiple beings that have powers over a holiday, festivity, or aspect of childhood/life. I think that ones mostly up to how you interpret it c: The categories are there just to make it easier in trying to explain how powerful or such your OC is, if they are by themselves, or within a larger group of similar beings.
Thanks! I've already finished it, but it may take a while to get up. 1 because I'm at my dads and he dosent have a skaner and 2 because my prenter/skaner is out of ink and it won't let me skan eny thing until t Chang it
It means when they became any rank of guardian that they are now. Like, for Jack, his date of creation would be when he fell in the lake and became Jack Frost, and it was about a couple hundred years ago, I think (I can't really remember offhand). Hope that helps c:
That just depends whether you want the Photoshop/gimp version or the normal png version you can plop into ms paint c: If you're a user of photoshop or gimp, I have a link in the artists description so you can get it. Otherwise, just click on the normal deviantart download button that should be to the right column of the picture--you can right click the image itself and 'save as' but you won't get the full quality c: I hope that helps to clear things up.