Anguished Declaration of Love: After Kate is seemingly killed in a stampede, he, heartbroken, tells her he loves her and howls in her memory along side both packs. It was a Disney Death, but still, it's a rather emotional scene.
Butt Monkey: As an Omega, he's a comic relief by class and duty. The film never lets you forget that with all the stuff that happens to him.
Disney Death: A very brief one. Kate looks back at the vine he'd just swung her from, and he's not there. She sees a muddy lump on the ground below and thinks it's him, but it's just some mud and a log.
Overprotective Dad: Humphrey demonstrates signs of this in The Great Wolf Games when he realizes the growing attraction between Claudette and Fleet. His reaction is pretty much outright yelling at Claudette to stop flirting with Fleet and that he forbids her to date anyone until she's "[her] grandma's age". It also doesn't help that he's also her coach for said Games and Fleet's on a rival team.
Plucky Comic Relief: Not just for the movie, but plays this role in the pack. He uses his knack for comedy to ease tensions and break up fights, something he is valued for being able to do.
Potty Emergency: In the truck on the way to Jasper. It results in them losing their ride.
Tuck and Cover: During the stampede at the end, he jumps on the unconscious Kate to protect her from further harm. This also convinces her father to let them mate.
Child Marriage Veto: She backs out of marrying Garth at the last minute and announces she's in love with Humphrey. Thankfully, Garth felt the exact same way and had fallen for her sister. Sure it took a Disney Death on Kate's part to get it accepted, but still counts.
Character Development: Garth starts off Jerk Jock that thinks he's perfect. But he gradually grows into a more caring character who accepts and tries to fix his faults, even if he needs help from an Omega to do it.
Child Marriage Veto: After Kate backs out and admits she loves Humphrey, Garth decides to veto the marriage as well by admitting he's in love with Lilly.
Hidden Depths: Some of Garth's interactions with Kate demonstrate that he's just as uncertain and insecure about their arranged marriage as she is. This is especially noticeable as Kate bails after hearing his awful howl, and Garth nervously says he'll just wait for her to come back.
Jerk Jock: Towards Humphrey at first, referring to him as a "coyote"
Jerk with a Heart of Gold: At first he appears to be a shallow and overconfident jock, but after Lilly is nice to him, he shows there's more to him than that.
Significant Green-Eyed Redhead: Garth noticeably stands out due to his red-orange fur and green eyes, and is also the one Kate's being set up to marry to meet traditions and prevent an all-out war between their packs. He helps her change that when, like her, he also falls for an Omega.
Voiced by: Christina Ricci (first movie), Kate Higgins (A Howl-iday Adventure)
Kate's younger sister; a shy omega.
Beautiful All Along: After Garth brushes away her Peek-a-Bangs, he tells her how beautiful her eyes are. She is surprised and delighted to hear this. Subsequently, she grows more confidence.
Voiced by: Dennis Hopper (first movie), Bill Lader (A Howl-iday Adventure)
The leader of the Eastern Pack, and Garth's father. Adamant that his pack will not starve, even if that means they must fight.
Appeal To Tradition: His justification for the Arranged Marriage as the only way to merge the packs. While that time it's not that bad, later, he declares war because Garth has fallen in love with Lilly and 'an Alpha and Omega can't mate'. He eventually decides to change after his stubborn actions nearly got himself, Winston, and Kate killed. Oh, and Eve 'helps' bring him around a bit too. Even he knows making her mad isn't a bright idea.
Big Bad: He is the closest to one in the first film, albeit as an Anti-Villain. He's the main antagonist of the film because he insists on the Arranged Marriage as the only way to merge the pack to ensure his pack's survival and is threatening to declare war if it doesn't happen. He eventually does when he finds out Garth has fallen for Lilly. With a little "encouragement" from Eve, of course.
Cut His Heart Out with a Spoon: She's got a Moe Szyslak-like habit of threatening people with painfully detailed deaths when they threaten her pack or daughters...the first two being in a calmly happy voice...
OOC Is Serious Business: Her first two threats are given in a happy tone. After her daughter vanishes, her giving her threat in an angry and serious manner shows just how big of a Mama Bear she really is.
Took a Level in Kindness: Eve seems to have mellowed out by the time of A Howl-iday Adventure, losing a lot of her more negative traits seen in the previous film. Having grandkids, less conflict, and fermented berries probably help.
Ambiguously Gay: Or possibly Camp Straight depending on how one interprets him hanging out with Reba and Janice. (He appears to support their Granola Girl habits to an extent and gets overly excited and emotional at the wedding. But he was also trying to attract a she-wolf for the Midnight Howl with the others, and was just as likely trying to curry Reba and Janice's favor.)
The Bus Came Back: After not appearing in Howl-iday Adventure, he briefly returns in The Great Wolf Games to go logboarding with Humphrey and encourage him to become the cubs' coach for the Great Games.
Reba and Janice
Voiced by: Christine Lakin and Marilyn Tokuda
A pair of omegas. Humphrey's buddies point these two out to him when they tell him that Kate is out of his league.
Sacrificial Lamb: Non-fatal version but after he gets injured, he is almost never mentioned again.
Characters Introduced in Alpha and Omega 2: A Howl-iday Adventure
Voiced by: Kate Higgins
One of Kate and Humphrey's pups; an alpha. He is rather serious and will be the next leader of the Western pack.
Berserk Button: He's not fond of anyone suggesting he do something that's beneath what's expected of a "future leader", nor does he like it when someone implies he's not up to it. Such as how his response to Humphrey emphasizing the Northern Pack team's extensive training is to feel slighted...and "snappy-jawed".
Ascended Extra: In Howl-iday Adventure, Claudette was a Flat Character due to not getting as much development as her brothers. She receives a much larger role in The Great Wolf Games, getting more focus on her as she interacts with Fleet of the Northern Pack's team.
Chekhov's Skill: The sliding technique that she learned from her mother comes in handy as she teaches Fleet and the two use it to ensure they end the final race in a tie, so as to ensure neither of them lose.
Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Despite being just as harsh with her as he is with the other Rogues, it's hinted that King does genuinely care about Princess. It's notable when she rejects his final order to attack the combined packs' home and his reaction is legitimate shock, calling her name out desperately rather than angrily.
Genre Blindness: He's so obsessed with the notion of strong Alphas that he's easily deceived by Humphrey and Garth's "big Alpha" routine, laced with plenty of Bad Bad Acting, not realizing he's been fooled until Runt has just been rescued.
Shadow Archetype: In a sense, he is a darker version of how Tony was in the first film. Both are parents who would use their children in their plans and desire a sense of "purity". But whereas Tony's motivations were adhering to traditions and ensuring the livelihood of his pack through unity, King's motivations are purely the belief that he and his Rogues are superior and a basic lust for power for the sake of itself. And while both intended to take the territory for themselves, Tony wanted it for the resources whereas King wants to take it purely as a demonstration of his power.
The Social Darwinist: King believes in and is obsessed with the "purity" and strength of Alphas and his Rogues. He is also quick to mock anyone he deems to be weak.
Characters Introduced in Alpha and Omega 3: The Great Wolf Games
Voiced by: Mike Jacobs
An alpha cub from the Northern Pack who's competing in The Great Wolf Games.
Character Development: Fleet starts out as a little arrogant and pressed to win the games before it's revealed he's not obsessed with it as his father is. He also connects well with Claudette.
Love Interest: He's one for Claudette, pretty much since their eyes meet for the first time.
The Rival: To Claudette and her team given his participation in the Northern Pack team
An alpha cub from the Northern Pack and fellow teammate of Fleet's. Always whispers to him.
The Quiet One: The only times Magril ever speaks is when she whispers stuff to Fleet. And even then, we don't actually hear what she says, since Fleet has to speak for her.
Voiced by: David O. Lodge
An alpha from the Northern Pack and the coach for their region's team. He is also Fleet's father and is determined that they win.
Abusive Parents: At the very least, Nars was pretty guilty of pushing his son too far and caring more about scoring a victory through his son. Not to mention how he threatened to strike him when Fleet called him out. There are possible hints his own father might have been one.
Heel Realization: Nars has one towards the end when he sees that Fleet isn't as scarred by not winning as he was. This prompts him to soften up and become more warm and approachable to his son, even telling him how proud he is.
Hidden Depths: Nars' breakdown reveals he's quite emotionally unstable due to losing the Great Games in his youth to Kate and (presumably) disappointing his (presumably pressuring/possibly abusive) father.
Unknown Rival: To a degree, it is shown that he hasn't moved on from losing the Great Games to Kate and considers her an enemy, prompting his son to treat Claudette in turn. However, due to Kate's limited presence and how Humphrey is the rival coach, this is mostly limited to Kate barely remembering Nars and the wolf growling like he's going to attack her on sight.
Voiced by: Mike Jacobs
A bear cub and fellow teammate of Runt, Claudette, and Stinky
Bears Are Bad News: Subverted, given his general character, although he's trying to be a more formidable player. He more or less proves he's capable.
A sarcastic porcupine and fellow teammate of Runt, Claudette, and Stinky
Ascended Extra: Species-wise, she's the first porcupine character to have a prominent role. (In the first movie, they were spectators and in the second, one appeared just to deliver a What the Hell, Hero? moment to Humphrey.)
Character Development: Goes from a somewhat snide character with poor speed control and balance to a capable athlete and more balanced character
Deadpan Snarker: Considering her first response to hearing that Humphrey will be their coach is to request to be traded.
Running Gag: A literal example as, until she gets herself more balanced and in control, she flips out and turns into a spiky ball of death when she runs too fast.