[I'm changing her cutie mark, ignore the blue box]
Mane: Short, black with green streaks
Tail: Same as mane
Eyes: Bright green
Body: Dark purple, tall, she wears a red bracelet
Cutie Mark: IT IS NOT THE ONE IN THE PICTURE
Age: Young adult
Personality: A bit annoying to ponies who aren't her friends, but once you get to know her, she is one of the most fiercely loyal pegasi ever. If anyone messes with her friends, they are guaranteed to regret it. Iris doesn't have many friends, but she prefers to have a few close friends.
Likes: Books, writing, sleeping, drawing, hanging with her friends, flying
Dislikes: idiots, annoying ponies, and when she messes up on her drawings
History: Iridescent, (she prefers Iris) was a strange pony born in Cloudsdale, she was an odd pegasus who stuck out among the other ponies. She had only one friend who stuck with her through thick and thin. Once she grew older, she moved out of Cloudsdale. The place had started to bore her, but not before she got her cutie mark.
She earned the green wisp of fire when she was 9 years old. She was still up in Cloudsdale, and she was at flight school. She was already a fast flier, having managed to beat everypony she ever raced against. Her flying skills were excellent, not just fast. Her coach praised her, and she continued training until she was even faster. The cutie mark appeared after she had completed a rather difficult obstacle course, proving that she had great skill.
After a while, she left and moved to Ponyville. There, she met her two best friends. Calla Lily, a light blue unicorn, and Hydrangea, a pink earth pony. She has since lived there in that small town.
Example RP Segment:(until I come up with some good ones you can create your own scenario to show off your RP skills. THIS IS REQUIRED.)
As Iridescent strolled into town, she heard a loud wail from her left. Instinctively, her ears swiveled to find the direction from which the sound came. Again, she heard the scream, it sounded like a child. Iris quickly galloped towards the odd plea for help. She slowed down to a fast trot and searched for the source of the sound. A young white filly sat weeping in the street. Iris walked quickly over to her.
"Hey there, hey it's okay, don't cry. What's wrong?"
"I c-can't f-find my mommy! Waaaa!" cried the little filly.
"Oh, well, then there's no use sitting around wailing about it. Let's go find her." said Iris with a funny smile.
"What's your name?" she asked
"M-my name is Water Lily."
"That's a pretty name, I'm Iridescent, but just call me Iris. What does your mom look like?
"Just like me but with a sun cutie mark."
"Alright, when'd you last see her?"
"W-we were heading to Sugar Cube Corner for a cupcake, I w-was cantoring ahead of her and when I turned around to wait, she was gone. Just, gone."
That's odd, where could she have gone? Iris thought.
"Well Water Lily, I'm sure we'll find her." Iris replied with doubt nagging her at the back of her mind. The two ponies continued along the street, searching left and right for the foal's mom, but to no avail. Water Lily began to cry again, silent tears rolling off her face and the occasional sob that shook her tiny body.
"What if I never find her?" Lily asked Iris.
"Let's not focus on the negative, we'll find her, don't worry." The little filly began to shiver, it was getting dark out.
"Come on little on, you can stay with me tonight, we'll find your mom in the morning." Iris said, leading the foal out of town.
"Th-thank you I-Iris."