Mane: Very long, Rainbow colored mane, usually worn in a bun or braid
Tail: Same as Mane
Cutie Mark: A white crescent moon with primary colored rainbow above it (her special talent being Moon-Bows, also known as Lunar Rainbows)
Age (Baby,adult): adult
Personality: Her black coat and rainbow mane make Lunette stand out, making her the target of teasing as a filly for being different. She is very self-conscious because of this, and sometimes wears a brown coat and her hair up to avoid being flashy or too noticeable. She doesn't like being the center of attention.
Also, as a filly, she couldn't preform magic as well as the other unicorn foals in her class, and she turned white when preforming magic. Because of this, Arilunette has completely stopped using magic as much as possible. She has a natural curiosity about many things. She is quite shy and isn't one to start conversation, even though she finds new ponies very interesting to learn about. But, her most favorite ponies to be with are her friends, who she is very close and open with. Lunette is a completely trustworthy pony, she only makes promises she knows that she can absolutely keep; she will never break a promise she's made.
Although she is usually more calm and happy, she does get angry at times. She can manage her temper fairly well, but when something, or some pony makes her angry, she releases her anger and frustrations in private, and tries all she can do to avoid what ever is bothering her, even if it would be best to just confront the situation and get it over with.
Likes: learning new things/ rainbows/ cake/ waterfalls
Dislikes: being shunned/ ponies staring/ asparagus/ mean, stuck-up ponies
History: Born in Canterlot, Arilunette's father worked in the castle as a royal guard and her mother was a tailor who worked in a high-class dress shop. She was raised with her older sister and brother. Then, when her mother was fired from her job, her mother was shunned by her upper class "friends", unable to find the employment needed to support the family, her father had asked the supervisor of his unit of his situation, and was generously offered a job in local government instead in Ponyville. So her family moved to Ponyville where they have been living ever since.
From the day on which she was born, whenever Arilunette tries to preform magic of any kind, her whole body turns white from the horn down, along with her mane, except going from bright rainbow colors to unsaturated, faded gray colors. In which her magic is usually weak, but when it comes to her talent, it is strangely very powerful and strong. Along with this, she feels weak and sick after preforming magic. Depending on the complexity of the spell and length of the spell, is what variables that control how long and how severe her symptoms of dizzyness and headaches are afterwards. Her parents brought her to doctors, none of which could figure out why she is the way she is.
Example RP segment:(3.) It was dark. Arilunette walked quickly though the harsh, icy rain. Good thing she had her cloak with her, or she'd be soaking wet from horn to hoof. Unaware of how late her plans would last, she didn't expect to be going home this late. Peering out from under her hood, she suddenly saw a light, a lantern actually, its golden glow reflecting onto the stone path. As she got closer, she could read the old wooden sign, symbolizing a tavern. Arilunette was relieved she could finally get some food into her stomach. The door creaked loudly as she stepped back into the warmth and dryness of the indoors. She closed her eyes and smiled to herself in relief. Taking a deep breath, she opened her eyes to pairs and more pairs of unfamiliar eyes. All of her nerves tensed up, and she could feel her heartbeat speeding up, they were staring at her, she was sure of it. There was no more than twelve ponies in the whole tavern, but it caused her anxiety just the same.
"Hey, who are you? You don't look like you belong here..." Somepony said harshly; joined with whispers of similar words. Too afraid too turn to the threatening voices, she pretended not too hear it, and moved faster, plunging her eyes downward, to avoid contact. The voice grumbled some more and stopped completely. Regaining self-control, she forced her eyes forward, and walked towards the bar. Arilunette stopped, and look up nervously at the Bartender.
"Can I help you, miss?" He asked with much ennui.
"A daisy sandwich please.
" Arilunette replied. The Bartender noticed the dripping rainwater from her coat.
"We have a coat rack over by the door if you want to take that off," He informed her.
"No thank you, that's quite alright, I'll be leaving shortly...
" She said. She could feel their stares and whispers fading. She took another deep breath and waited for her meal.