Body:Very Light Brown
Age (Baby,adult):Colt, about age 9
Personality:Cold and cruel to everypony exept his brother Blown Speaker. When he is around his brother his cold façade is removed, reveling the loving colt he is. This also happens when he is around ponies he knows are his brothers friends. He goes back to being cold and cruel once they leave though, no matter who else was watching. Also he seems to act more mature, which the blame is put on his time in the orphanage.
Likes: His brother, his brothers music, friends of his brother and non-alcoholic cider.
Dislikes: Anything that walks that isn't his brother or his brothers friends, whatever his brother dislikes
History: Inked Papers mother died during child birth, and his father had abandoned him, so he was given to the Ponyville Orphanage, where he was teased and bullied by the other fillies and colts.
When he was school age, he abandoned the orphanage all together and headed towards the Everfree forest, but on his way he ran into Blown Speaker, who ended up being nice to him no matter how cruel he was to him. He was cruel to Speaker because he didn't think he understood what it was like, until he heard Speakers past, a past that sounded worse then his own. He then saw that he wanted to be like Speaker, and started considering him a brother for reasons not even he knows, so from that day on Speaker became his adopted brother, and he lived and traveled with him.
Example RP segment: 1. A foal has lost its mother and is sobbing inconsolably in the street . Given your OC’s personality, compose a brief narrative in which your OC identifies and addresses the situation.
Inked Paper was walking around, doing some errands for Speaker, when he noticed a filly was crying.
"What's your problem?" he said coldly, wondering what could be so bad.
"I lost my mommy and I cant find her." the filly said.
"So, you think that's bad, haha, that's nothing, my mother died, d-I-e-d, I had to grow up to survive in a orphanage, I WAS STUCK BEING PICKED ON AND BULLIED SINCE I WAS OLD ENOUGH TO HEAR IT, so you think you have problems, don't make me laugh." Inked Paper said, as he walked away with the filly crying harder then before.