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Whyatt Beanstalk\Super Why

The protagonist, and the leader of the Super Readers. When a princess named Muse and a dog named Woofster arrive in Storybrook Village, and his parents fall under Demonic Possession, he and the rest of the Super Readers must fight the Evil Reader in order to save the fairytale world.


Tropes that apply to Whyatt in this story:

  • Adorkable: When Red asks him if he's ever liked anybody, his response is a Luminescent Blush. He also has some excitable moments as well.
  • Badass Adorable: Comes with the territory of being a kid.
  • Berserk Button: If you know what's good for you, don't hurt the other Super Readers in front of him.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: He's still a pretty sweet kid, but don't push his patience.
  • Break the Cutie: Has one early on in the story due to what happened to his parents, though it's gradual across a few chapters.
  • Calling Your Attacks: Does this after he receives his Next Tier Power-Up.
  • Determinator: Hands down, the biggest one in the story. Even with all the chaos happening around him, his response is to keep pushing on and fight his hardest anyway.
  • Despair Event Horizon: Briefly crosses this when Chaos shows him what the future of the fairy tale world might look like if he's afraid to use his powers. Whyatt, though, still manages to pull himself together and tell off Chaos.
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  • The Hero Dies: He was killed by Chaos when the latter removed his powers and practically erased him from existence. with Chaos on the verge of winning, it took God himself to raise Whyatt back to life and give him the powers he needed to vaporize Chaos.
  • How Much More Can He Take?: His reaction when he sees Red and the Evil Reader go into their Berserker Modes.
  • Light 'em Up
  • Look At What I Can Do Now: Has several moments like these during the end of the story. Chapter 18 has his Stardust Shower, and Chapter 20 has his Sonic Fist and his Limit Break, Starlight Breaker.
  • Megaton Punch
  • Official Couple: With Red at the end of the story.
  • Reality Warper: This explains his ability to be able to change stories in order to fix them. When he first learns that he has these abilities, he is at first worried that he won't be able to control them like Jackson wasn't able to, but Jeremiah assures him that such a thing won't happen when he learns how to control them.
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  • Super Mode: He gets one along with the other Super Readers, only here it's more significant because he gets it after coming back from the dead. He also gets the full powers of the Readers' Amulet and the Sword of Sealing, although it's only limited to this one mode.
  • Took a Level in Badass: At first, Super Why starts out mostly unsure of what to do, what with all the chaos going on. As the story goes on, however, he becomes much more confident in his decisions and is often in the front lines, leading the Super Readers. Eventually, he not only survives one of the most gruesome deaths in the story, but also defeats Chaos.
  • Wave Motion Gun: Starlight Breaker. Though considering where it comes from, it's not a surprise.

Princess Pea/Princess Presto

Daughter of Princess Priscilla and Prince Charming, and the second most powerful Super Reader behind Super Why. She mostly has a moral support role in the story alongside Pig.

Tropes that apply to Princess Pea:

  • Brainwashed and Crazy: During her stint as a Dark Magical Girl, seen below.
  • Break the Cutie: She, like the other Super Readers, went through this around the beginning of the story.
  • Calling Your Attacks: After her Next Tier Power-Up.
  • Casting a Shadow: In her dark form, her blade, Fatal Rose, enables her to use dark magic.
  • Cowardly Lion: She has at some points in the story shown that she can be just as cowardly as Pig.
  • Dark Magical Girl: Becomes one after the Evil Reader kidnaps her and turns her evil with one of his spells. In this form, she's much more powerful and almost killed the Super Readers singlehandedly.
  • Heroic BSoD: She had one when her father stepped in and took Muse's attack head on in order to get her back to normal, which did the trick.
  • Lady of War: Although not near Muse's level, she's still able to kick butt with her as well. As her evil self, she's much more dangerous.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: Upon almost killing her father in her Dark Magical Girl form, Princess Pea breaks into tears and begs for forgiveness. Her father replies that there was nothing to forgive.
  • Nice Girl: She's one of the sweeter members of the team, and is quick to break up arguments between her teammates.
  • Shipper on Deck: She is one for Whyatt and Red, as mentioned by Muse in the epilogue.
  • Shock and Awe: In her dark form, she uses the power of lightning.
  • Star Power: Her new powers after her Next Tier Power-Up.
  • Team Mom: From comforting most of the Super Readers when they need help to tending to their wounds to protect them, it's hard to argue that she isn't this.
  • Technical Pacifist: Princess Pea wants to aim for the most peaceful solution possible, but she's not afraid to light you up with star power if you refuse to listen to her.

Little Red Riding Hood/Wonder Red

The titular character of Little Red Riding Hood, who's an upstart Genki Girl with a bit of a fighting spirit. She's the most action oriented of the team, and serves as the second-in-command of the Super Readers. She also has a not-so-secret crush on Whyatt.

Tropes that apply to Red:

  • Angst? What Angst?: Out of all the characters, she has the least angst about what's happened to everyone in Storybrook Village...even though she should have every reason to be just as angsty as the rest of the team, since her grandma got captured. This eventually helps her snap the rest of her team out of a pile of Wangst in chapter 19 with a Rousing Speech.
  • Badass Adorable
  • Berserk Button: You just try and hurt her friends and family. Go on. I dare you
  • The Berserker: Wonder Red's Mid-Season Upgrade also came with a form aptly named the Berserker Mode. In this form, she's covered by a supernatural red aura, her eyes go red, and her strength is enhanced, allowing her to take down foes such as the Evil Reader. However, its strength is limited by the power that the user has, and Jeremiah states that their lifespans can be shortened if they keep using it.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: She's still a nice kid, but don't get on her bad side.
  • Blood Knight: Compared to Jackson and Chaos, respectively, she's a much calmer version of this, although she's still kind of Hot-Blooded.
  • Cannot Spit It Out: She can't tell Whyatt about her crush on him because of this. She finally does, however, in the epilogue.
  • Combat Pragmatist: Wonder Red's willing to fight a little dirtier than the other Super Readers, and most of the time, she has to be talked out of it by Super Why. This is shown a lot more in her berserk state, where she doesn't hesitate to snap a few of the Evil Readers' bones in order to knock him down.
  • Deadpan Snarker: The snarkiest of the team, though she's outclassed by Muse.
  • Fighting Your Friend: Red is shown to do her best not to fight Princess Presto when the latter was turned into her Dark Magical Girl form.
  • Good Is Not Soft: She might as well be the poster child for this trope.
  • Headbutting Heroes: Though it's not as brutal as most examples, Red and Muse do bicker a bit during the first part of the story. Later, they become Vitriolic Best Buds.
  • Hot-Blooded: Out of all the Super Readers, Red's the one most likely to get involved in a fight. Or start one.
  • Little Red Fighting Hood: Well, duh.
  • Official Couple: With Whyatt in the end.
  • Playing with Fire: Her main powers.

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