Hello! Just wondering if these are worth turning into adopts? And if so what a good price range be? Would anyone be interested in buying them if they turned into adopts? Kinda looking for honest opinions
not entirely done but just wanted to post this so I don't accidentally delete it lol
Nicknames: Tita, Titan, Shadow
Age: 14 years
Gender: Female (She/Her, They/Them)
Herd or Band: Broodmare herd
Rank: Herd mare
Desired Rank: She’s just fine not being in charge, thank you very much.
Thoughts on the Wild Horses: She’s not particularly concerned with them, more focused on how the herd will survive in the wild.
Titaness is of average height and weight for her breed, standing at 16.2 hands high and weighing roughly 2,000 pounds. While she may look it at times, she has never borne a foal. She never was agreeable with any stallions who were brought to her, and anyone who had tried to do it manually ran the risk of getting kicked. She packs a lot of power in her muscular legs, and her thick bones making her very durable and strong. She has a few small scars dotted along her body, mainly from little incidents she got herself into.
In the winter her coat thickens to a considerable degree, and the feathering on her hooves keeps them from freezing. Her face does not convey her emotions very well, often appearing apathetic or slightly angered. Her eyes are a very dark brown, almost black, blending in easily with her dark bay coat. She has a small white diamond on her forehead, often covered by her long mane.
Despite seeming like she wouldn’t hesitate to kill someone, she is actually very docile. She bears a more gentle and caring demeanour, making sure everyone around her is ok before taking care of her own needs. She knows her appearance is intimidating, and she can use it to her advantage, but is usually quite uncomfortable with fighting. She’d rather talk things out than have to fight someone, but she knows that there won’t be a choice in some situations.
Due to her massive size and her breed, she doesn't scare easily, hell she would have made a fantastic war horse had she been born in the 11th century.
She is plagued with anxiety, especially now that she and her comrades no longer have a stable life. (haha stable)
While never having any foals of her own, she dotes on any orphaned foals, or would gladly spend time babysitting for others.
Affiliations: None- Open
Other: The best kind of blue bird is a cerulean warbler and you cannot change my mind.
Desired rank: Equinox is fine were ever she is. she just want s to enjoy her life.
Herd: brood mare
Appearance: Equinox is a red roan Arabian with a white star and three white socks She has light dapples on her fur almost disappearing. She is a elegant foal but is ment to with stand desert heat instead of snowy winters.
Equinox is a energetic little foal she has a ton of energy and uses it to play most of the day. She is happy most of the time and will do what you want her to do (sometimes) she has a bit of a calm personality though when angery she can be very fiery. She's contend were she is and can shy when meeting new horses. Equinox is mostly shy to Adults rarely foals around her age.
Thoughts on wild herd: She hasn't seen much of them left and doesn't really have an opinion on them.
Other: needs caregiver, bluebird
Edited at September 22, 2022 02:37 PM by Dawnforest
You're missing multiple things from the form. Just because you don't think they apply to your character doesn't mean you don't have to use the full form. Second, she won't be accepted til you find someone to take her on as a caregiver or mother. Third, a glass eye is indeed just another term for blue eye. However. If she had no iris and no pupil, she wouldn't be able to see.
As for the twin, the answer is no. Twins are extremely dangerous for mates, not to mention if they are both allowed to be born chances of one dying is high but both would be much smaller and weaker. However, I think, based off of what I know, most breeders who know about twins pinch one off so the mare only has one. So while I'd allow them later on or in the wild herd. None of the mares in the broodmare herd should have twins right now.