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Literature / The Creatures of Supernatural

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The Creatures of Supernatural is an ongoing book series written on It follows an alternate dimension to the planet Earth. Unlike many other media with supernatural creatures, there are more than one supernatural types. The series also has several alternating perspectives.

This book series provides examples of:

  • 0% Approval Rating: Joey. He has done awful things to other characters and despite being a prince, it's earned him a bad reputation. Yet, Sky has been the only one so far to see something good in him.
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  • 100% Adoration Rating: Sky. He is incredibly friendly and he makes friends with most of the supporting cast. The Council of Supernatural do not like him though.
  • Action Girl: Rose and Ally are both badasses.
  • Action Mom: Sky's mother has had her moments.
  • A Day in the Limelight: With the constant POV switching, characters get their own chapters and moments to shine.
  • Adults Are Useless: Played with. Besides a few teachers at the school (Ms. Karina, Ms. Silvermist, and Mrs. Serene) and the Headmaster. The adults in the story mostly take a backseat to the action.
  • Affectionate Nickname: "Codder" is a nickname given to Cody, by John. Axel mocks this nickname.
  • Another Dimension: The Dark World and Light World.
  • Arranged Marriage: Joey and Adelina, when they both become of age.
  • Arc Words: "Maescia does everything for a reason." A quote that usually refers to Maescia being several steps ahead in Book 2.
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  • Big Bad: The Council of Supernaturals. Kayne appears as an antagonizer to both Joey and Phillip.
  • Brainy Brunette: Sky, Cody, and Olivia are all pretty smart.
  • Cat Girl: Female nekos. Namely, Rose, although they don't cater to Fanservice.
  • Cast Full of Gay: Plenty of the characters are either hinted or outright stated to be LGBT+. The first examples being Xavier and then Cody and John.
  • Camp Gay: Played with. Xavier exhibits some, but not all traits of flamboyancy.
  • Character Development: Many of the characters go through big changes throughout the story, including Joey, who changes from a Big Bad Wolf to a Jerk with a Heart of Gold.
  • Christmas Episode: "A Supernatural Holiday," it doesn't contribute much to the plot, aside for having important characters being introduced.
  • Cliffhanger: Arc 1 and Arc 2 both had huge cliffhangers.
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  • Conspiracy Theorist: Mabel and Brett form a group to track down mysteries in Supernatural Town, Draven, Lance, Kaitlin, and Ingrid join later on.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: Namely Sky and Joey. Sky is not wanted by his father and Joey is outright neglected by most of his family.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Joey, 100 percent.
  • Discussed Trope: As Sky is the one who compiles the journal/diaries entries, he openly discussing tropes, much to the other characters' confusion.
  • Dreaming the Truth: Joey has a dream that reveals to him that Sky has actually wanted to be friends with Joey the whole time.
  • Evil Former Friend: Eletha used to be in the Council and used to be friends with Maescia. In fact, so did Mother Nature.
  • Fiery Redhead: Cole and Pyre.
  • First-Person Perspective: Almost all of the characters have a POV, in which you see their thoughts. The story constantly cycles through them.
  • Friendly Address Privileges: Some characters use nicknames when addressing their friends. Namely Sky's "S" and Olivia's "Liv."
  • Gender-Blender Name: Sky, Sage, Jordan, Charlie, and Sam.
  • Great Offscreen War: There were two in Supernatural History, The Great Supernatural War and The War of Imbalances.
  • In-Series Nickname: Pyro commonly goes by "Pyre." Kaitlin is also called "Katy" most of the time.
  • Interspecies Friendship: Since everyone is a different supernatural, there are bound to be interspecies friendships.
  • Interspecies Romance: While the supernaturals are humanoid, Rose and Rich and Cody and John are examples of this trope.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Joey becomes one in Book 2 after he becomes friends with Sky.
  • Last-Name Basis: Joey calls most characters by their last names. Primary exceptions are Ally, Rose, Andy, Kayne, and occasionally, Sky.
  • Leaning on the Fourth Wall: Sky occasionally references tropes, much to the other characters' confusion. He is the one who compiles the journey entries together.
  • Loyal Animal Companion: Sky has Max the fairy golden retriever and Angel the pink cardinal, Sage has Kaen the ferret, and Cody has Cinnamon the cat.
  • Meaningful Name: Kaen translates to "flame" in Japanese. Sky's name is referring to how the weather changes, just like his fluctuating emotions.
  • Motif: Several of the characters have running motifs or themes associated with them:
    • Sky: Stars
    • Joey: Spikes
    • Olivia: Cherry Blossom
    • Rose: Flowers
    • Klawix: Potion Bottle
  • No Name Given: The Headmaster, no one knows his name or even what kind of Supernatural he is. Mrs. Serene appears to, however.
  • Odd Friendship: Brett and Mabel, the two suddenly form a conspiracy group. Sky and Joey, most of Sky's friends think they don't make sense.
  • Pint-Sized Powerhouse: Phillip single-handedly, takes down Igdranor.
  • Pocket Dimension: Both Sky and Comet have been seen using one.
  • Punch a Wall: Joey does this when frustrated with Kayne.
  • Running Gag: Phillip's sword gets constantly destroyed and Sky referencing common television tropes.
  • Shout-Out: Sky references Total Drama during a conversation with Rich, calling it under the spoof of "Absolute Dramatic Isle."
  • Star-Crossed Lovers: Sky calls Frost's parents this.
  • Straight Gay: John and Cody don't exhibit many Camp Gay traits.
  • Unresolved Sexual Tension: Sky outright states that it's Cody and John. Needless to say, they get out of it in the next chapter.
  • Villain Song: Maescia's big number, "Crashing Down."
  • Wham Episode: Where to begin?
    • "A Full Moon Ceremony:" Sky and his friends come into contact with a magical, mysterious force, Phillip is entered back into the Tournament.
    • "A Disharmonious Discovery:" Sky and friends learn more about what had happened the previous night at the full moon ceremony.
    • "The First Round:" The tournament is finally here, after being mentioned several times, we meet Sky's parents, we get a first look into who the mysterious witch is.
    • "The Second Round:" We learn about why Kayne and Phillip hate each other so much, and how Sky and Phillip met. Andy and Joey also have a really rough battle.
    • "The Third Round:" We learn about Rich's past and how he died, Rich and Rose fight each other with Rich under mind control.
    • "The Fourth Round:" Ms. Karina gives some information on the Council, Sky and Ally move onto finals.
    • "The Fifth Round:" Oh. My. God. Sky fights Ms. Witch, who is revealed to be the leader of the all-mighty Council and is named Maescia. Who loses the fight and she traps him in another dimension. Setting up things for the next story arc. Keep in mind that this is only the halfway mark of the first book.
    • "An Anniversary:" Phillip takes over as the protagonist and we learn that there may be a way to rescue Sky.

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