Shades of icy blue, quite long.Tail:
Same as mane, kept in a plait.Eyes:
Tall, slim, athletic-ish build, pinto blue and white.Cutie Mark:
Showing her weather talent with snow.Age:
Snow is one of the most loyal ponies you will meet, and although she can be shy around new ponies, she's not afraid to stick up for herself and others. She will never back down from a challenge. Snow likes to make new friends, and is usually happy. She never really knew her parents so when ponies mention their parents her smile usually fades. Always puts others before herself. Likes making ponies smile. Loves lying on high up clouds.Likes:
Kind ponies, snow, cold days, the night, playing fair, honesty.Dislikes:
Jerks, ponies who think they are better than everypony else, drama, snobs, cheats, liars, being tricked.History:
Originally born in Cloudsdale, Snow grew up on her own. No one knows who her parents are, or why they left her. Snow was the only pony she knew that could conjure up snow from a rain cloud, or create a snow blizzard when flying at top speed. For this, the other foals were quite envious of Snow. Of course, Snow had never meant to make them feel this way. Of course, there was quite alot of bullying in Snow's childhood, she still remembers the names they called her, and how harsh everypony had always been to her.
Snow gained her cutie mark one day when she made her first snow blizzard, it was early winter, and she had been taken out by one of the older weather ponies to spread some snow across Equestria. Along the way, she had met a young colt who thought he could fly faster than her, so they raced. During the race, Snow flew so fast, her usual icy looking aqua coloured trail turned into snow, and, with no breaks, Snow had to fly in a circle. The circular shape and Snow's speed caused Snow to be flung to the side when she reached top speed, and a blizzard of snow flew off at top speed in every direction. Eventually she learned how to use this trick properly.
Snow didn't really like being bullied, so eventually she stood up for herself. The experience of sticking up for herself and others gave her hope that one day she may be able to fit in somewhere. The bullies didn't stop ofcourse, although they did ease up. Snow spent most of her child hood hiding from them or helping others get out of situations with bullies rather than really dealing with her own, as she knew they were never going to give up.
After a while, Snow moved out of Cloudsdale, and now lives in a cloud home above the White Tail Woods. She is happy here as the ponies in Ponyville, a near by village, are very kind...and they enjoy having snowy winters.
Example RP segment: #5. A colt is bullying a filly in the Manehattan street. When your OC looks to him, he turns to your OC and snaps, "What're you looking at?" Given your OC’s personality, compose a brief narrative in which your OC identifies and addresses the situation.
During a shopping day out in Manehatten, Snow was walking down the street minding her own business as she heard a filly squealing in distress. She immediatly trotted towards the sound. As she turned the corner onto the next street she saw a colt towering over the filly, shouting at her.
Snow grunted and walked towards the two. The colt noticed her and snapped at her, "What're you lookin' at?!" Snow hated being talked down to. She gave the colt a stern look, trotting up to him. "I'm looking at somepony that is too cowardly to pick on somepony his own size, so instead picks on younger fillies."
She said simply, staring him in the eye. The colt grunted, "And what are you goin' to do about it?" Her voice raised slightly, "Listen little colt, you don't want to know what I'm about to do about it, so get out of my sight before I show you how this filly feels right now!"
The colt visibly flinched as Snow's voice raised, he obviously wasnt expecting her to stand up for anypony. He nodded and turned to leave, quickly trotting away. Before he turned the corner, the filly stepped forward and shouted after him "I bet you're lucky you didn't have to go through what she was 'bout to do to you!" Snow gave the filly a small smirk as the filly turned to her, "Thank you so much miss, I wish I always had somepony like you to p-protect me." Snow smiled gently. "Don't worry, I'm sure when you're slightly older you'll learn to stick up for yourself anyway. And you're welcome, now why don't you trot on home? Your mother must be worried sick."
The filly sighed and thanked Snow again, before trotting off in the opposite direction from where the colt had exited the street.