This is the character page for the fanfiction "More Than Human". The character page for the original cartoon can be found here Note: Please try to keep only characters that have made a contribution to the story, even if it is small, cameos don't count.Please contribute, if possible to this page, as it still needs a lot of love.
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Sugar, spice, and everything nice
These were the ingredients chosen
To create the perfect little girls
But Professor Utonium accidentally
Added an extra ingredients to the concoction—
Thus, The Powerpuff Girls were born
Using their ultra-super powers
Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup
Have dedicated their lives to fighting crime
And the forces of evil
Blossom is the "commander and the leader" of the Powerpuff Girls, still sporting her signature red bow. An AP student, she also does a lot of volunteer work and is the head (as well as the best dancer) in her dance troupe. To a lot of people, she's a perfect girl, and she aspires to use that image to set a good example for others. She is the calmest and most rational of the group, although she tends to get angry easily when the Rowdyruff Boys are concerned.She has been forced/persuaded a few times to be a dance partner to Brick, often arranged by Mrs. Morbucks.
Aggressive Submissive: Although she is usually cold and at times bossy, especially towards the boys and her sisters, she becomes a lot more demure when she talks to potential love interests, something that is very noticeable when she dances with Kris and Brick at Prom.
World's Most Beautiful Woman: While she's modest about it, she seems to be the most popular girl in the school because of her beauty (just ask Butch). However, she tends to cover up and cares very little about physical beauty.
Bubbles is the "joy and the laughter" of the Powerpuff Girls with her signature blue color and blonde pigtails. She is the most trusting of the group and is very kind and gentle. She used to be a cheerleader at her school until she was forced to make a decision between Choir and Cheerleader. She is an excellent singer, which captured Boomer's heart. Bubbles often acts as a Devil's Advocate between the Girls and the Boys and was revealed to have a crush on Boomer herself, finally giving him a True Love's Kiss.
Is This What Anger Feels Like?: Has had a few moments like this, including getting angry at Brick at the beginning and with Boomer whom she has gotten mad at a number of times, mostly for hurting other people or for trying to steal her away from Will. She also had one when Brick accidentally puts her in danger and she shoots laser eyes at him.
The tough girl of the group known for her confrontational, almost aggressive nature. She dated her best friend Mitch, although they broke up before the story takes place. Mitch revealed that all of her friends had a crush on her and that he disliked how Buttercup was at times too shy to announce their relationship, making him wonder if she was ashamed of him.She was, surprisingly, the first to get close to Butch on a personal level, which resulted in them becoming friends.
Anti-Hero: She is generally kind, even looking after a lost child she found in the mall, but she is a lot colder and more serious than her sisters.
Nobody Calls Me Chicken: Buttercup gets mad whenever someone implies she might not be able to handle something, such as when Blossom seriously asks her if she can handle looking after the Rowdyruff boys by herself.
One of the Boys: All of her close friends are boys. When she breaks up with Mitch, her friends go with the relationship and she is left alone.
That's not fair at all. Her friends still wanted to be friends with her, she was only put out to learn that they were all crushing on her, and did not view her as just One of the Boys, and she avoids them. They later bury the hatchet.
Perpetual Frowner: She tends to smile the least out of all her sisters and her smirk is actually her signature look.
Real Women Don't Wear Dresses: She dislikes wearing long dresses and typically "girly" clothing. The only time she considered wearing a formal dress was when she bought a prom dress with Mitch.
Tsundere: Buttercup is a type A for sure, displaying very little affectionate emotion, even when spending time with her boyfriend. Her inability to show affection in public is what eventually leads to Mitch and Buttercup breaking up.
The creator of the Powerpuff girls. He loves his girls dearly but can be a little silly at times. In the story, he invented a monster barrier that prevented the majority of monsters from entering the city, all in an attempt to give the Powerpuff Girls less work to do. Of course, the system is not perfect and a few monster attacks have appeared in the story. He is a bit of a workaholic and the city is always looking for his help and expertise, leaving him less time with his daughters.
Overprotective Dad: The Professor, once in a while. Apparently he can feel, from miles away, when boys are ogling at his daughters.
Papa Bear: Every time one of the girls gets a new potential boyfriend The Professor takes them to a separate room for a talk. What they actually talk about is a mystery.
He even verbally admonishes boys who ogle at his daughters in public, much to their chagrin.
Truly Single Parent: The Professor has never been married and he does not appear to even be dating. Although Butch ships Ms. Bellum and the Professor.
The leader of the Rowdyruff Boys and Blossom's counterpart. He sports a red baseball cap and his signature color is red. Like Blossom, he is extremely intelligent and an amazing dancer. He is the most rational of the Rowdyruff Boys but his temper has been pushed too far a few times, including the time he had yet another argument with Blossom that escalated to a shouting match and when Butch began a rampage with Buttercup.Brick works for the mysterious JS Inc. and greatly dislikes their forced vacation. It's been revealed that he has helped JS Inc. create new technologies from studying remnants of fights left by Mojo Jojo and various monsters. He also seems to be extremely dedicated to the company and he works hard to make any connection he can get for them.
Anti-Hero: Starts as Type V and moves to a Type IV. Is in the process of becoming a Type III.
Attention Whore: He admits that he likes attention, most noticeably when he goes to Prom and the only reason he hasn't shown this too much is because he doesn't see the point for looking for attention while in Townsville.
Mr. Fanservice: When they go to the beach, the girls are adamant in getting his shirt off. They succeed, much to the annoyance of Butch and Boomer, who are subsequently ignored.
Male Gaze: He is very uncomfortable when he has to practice dancing with Blossom. Let's just say he glances at... certain places on Blossom's body. He also looks at Buttercup's topless chest when Butch takes off her shirt and (much to his shame) stares at Blossom's legs while she walks up to him.
Blossom: What are you looking at?
Brick: My diminishing self-respect.
My Girl Back Home: Penny, although this is more of a brother-sister relationship. Mrs. Morbucks says that he met a girl once who wanted to dance. Whether he is close to her and is currently living with the agency, is yet to be seen.
Nice Hat: Apparently he never takes it off, not even at Prom.
Boomer is the sensitive guys of the Rowdyruff Boys, much like Bubbles. As her counterpart, he has many of the same characteristics, such as blond hair, blue themes, musical talent, and the softer personality. Bubble's ability to sing captured his heart and he began to pine after Bubbles, even though she was still with Will. He eventually gets his wish when Bubbles reveals she has feelings for him in return and they share a True Love's Kiss.He works with his brothers in the mysterious JS Inc. and they are currently attending school according to their orders to take a vacation. He was the most excited about this order.
Anti-Hero: starts as a Type IV and changes to Type III.
Beware the Nice Ones: Although he is the kindest of the group, he can be very vicious when he snaps, going so far as to cut a girl's hair off for calling Bubbles a bitch and ruining the cheerleader uniforms after they began to ignore Bubbles.
Blond Guys Are Evil: Subverted. The girls think so at first, with good reason, but Boomer proves himself.
The Casanova: He has no problems finding a girlfriend, despite being enrolled for only a short time. After he falls in love with Bubbles, he begins to chase only after her, although many of the girls in school still have a crush on him.
The Champion: Goes to extreme lengths to help Bubbles, especially when it comes to defending her honor.
Chick Magnet: Girls are always throwing themselves at him, although he only has eyes for Bubbles.
Teen Idol: His singing talent coupled with his good looks makes him popular with many of the girls at the school.
The green member of the Rowdyruff Boys. Like Buttercup, he is brash and a tough fighter. He likes chasing skirts, as Brick puts it, something that annoys the girls, especially Buttercup, although he pines after Blossom the most. He became friends with Buttercup and her friends fairly early in the story and at this point Buttercup and Butch are Vitriolic Best Buds.Like his brothers, he works at JS Inc., apparently as the muscle of the company. Like Boomer, he was looking forward to a break from missions so he could spend more time with women.
Rich Bitch: Not wanting to invite the Powerpuffs to her party is the nicest thing she has done.
Tiny Tyrannical Girl: Not necessarily vertically inclined, but she definitely loves bossing people around.
Bad Samaritan: Possibly. She is clearly in contact with or knows about JS Inc. She also persuaded Brick to do another dance with Blossom by claiming Brick still owed her for Reccardi. Whether that necessarily makes her this trope, remains to be seen.
In chapter 5 she name drops a European company similar to JS Inc, asking to Brick to keep a potential partnership in mind. The implication is she is somehow working for them. There's definitely something shady.
The Fashionista: She is always dressed in elegant dresses and is given an elegant demeanor.
Herald: She starts the events that eventually lead to a bettering relationship between Brick and Blossom, who refused to be in the same room together before then.
The High Queen: She's regal enough that she quiets down Princess with little protest.