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- Audience Surrogate: until "Yellow Brick War", when Madison takes her role.
- Drunk On Power: Apparently is corrupted by power, but unlike Dorothy she can resist it.
- Head Pet: Star, who ends up dying.
- Knife Nut: Uses a knife as her main weapon.
- Not So Different: To Dorothy. This becomes a plot point in Yellow Brick War.
- Similarly, to Madison.
- Superpowered Evil Side: Becomes a literal monster during rage.
- Trapped in Another World: Of course.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Pink in this case.
- Big Bad Wannabe: The Wizard tries to be one of these... however he learns the hard way that Evil Is Not a Toy.
- Evil Is Not a Toy: Dorothy immediately kills him when he tries to become the bigger bad.
- No Name Given: Known simply as "The Wizard".
The Tin Woodsman
- Body Horror: His brain.
- The Dragon: Is this to Dorothy. So it seems - but she is still The Dragon to the Nome King.
- Grand Theft Me: Apparently does this to Glamora... or reverses it when Glamora does it to her.
- Absolute Cleavage: Amy repeats the word "Cleavage" for emphasis when she describes Dorothy.
- Alpha Bitch: Is the one in charge.
- Big Bad: Given that she is the antagonist title of the series...
- Disc-One Final Boss: As it turns out
- Drunk On Power: Justified - Oz's magic corrupts outsiders like her.
- Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Henry, Emm, and Toto.
- Morality Pet: Has a munchkin servant who she actually treats well and shows sympathy for.
- No One Could Survive That!: Except she does thanks to the Nome King.
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: Is apparently this, as she claims that all she did with bumping Ozma off the throne was for the good of Oz.
The Nome King
The Order of the Wicked
Glamora, Glinda's identical twin sister:
- Body Horror: Her scar.
- Evil Counterpart: She introduces herself to Amy as the "Wicked" witch to Glinda's "Good" witch.
- Good Counterpart: To Glinda. Somewhat.
- Grand Theft Me: Apparently attempts this to Glinda - or it's reversed on her. It's ambiguous who's really in control.
- Chekhov's Gunman: In a way - she is introduced in the original Wizard of Oz book as a minor character, the Good Witch of the North, and vanishes from the book. (She was also Adapted Out of the movie)
- Parents as People
- Parental Abuse: Neglected Amy a lot and didn't care. However, after Amy vanished to Oz, begun to act as a better mother.
- Absurdly Youthful Mother: Teen mother, so justified.
- Audience Surrogate: Somewhat by the later books where she acts as a straight person to the weirdness of Oz and Ev.
- Fallen Princess: After she had her baby, her friends pretty much threw her off their social ladder to the bottom. Ouch.
- HeelFace Turn: In Yellow Brick War, Madison reveals that she was the one who set up the shrine for Amy in the school, she came to greet her first when she returned, apologised for her behaviour, and asked her forgiveness.
- Trapped in Another World: At the end of Yellow Brick War.