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‘‘ The Storian must write ‘The End’ to seal your wish. And at the moment, it is unable. ’’
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‘‘ I never wanted a prince or a fairy tale. I never wanted a big life. I'm just a girl struggling to be ordinary. ’’
—Agatha
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Agatha is one of the main protagonists of The School for Good and Evil book series and in The Tale of Sophie and Agatha. She is a Reader chosen by the School Master to attend the School for Good. She is married to King Tedros of Camelot, making her the Queen of Camelot.

At the end of Quests for Glory, she and Tedros were replaced by Rhian and Sophie as the King and Queen of Camelot, but in the contest to determine the one true king, Tedros wins and reclaims the throne.

Appearance

Agatha is described to have dome-like, greasy, and oily black hair that is a bit shorter than shoulder length. It was also described as 'helmet hair'. Her skin is pale, as it is called ghostly in the books. She has big, bug-like brown eyes.

Agatha's height is unspecified, but she is speculated to be tall because Cinderella states at one point that Agatha "looked like a giraffe in her granny's crown". However, she is shorter than Tedros. She often wears all black and she keeps her black clumps throughout the series. Throughout the beginning of The School for Good and Evil, Agatha tells herself that she is rather ugly. As the series progresses, however, she becomes more accustomed to looking and feeling like a princess.

In The School for Good and Evil, her fairy godmother, Professor Dovey, asked what it would take for Agatha to be happy, and Agatha replied that she wished to be beautiful. Professor Dovey makes Agatha think she did something to her, but she simply gave her confidence since Agatha assumes that she looks completely different. However, she soon discovers nothing about her has changed and that she was beautiful all along.

Personality

At the start of The School for Good and Evil, Agatha is shown as grumpy and insecure, not believing in the Schools though she reads fairy tales anyway. She ironically played along with Gavaldon's fear that she was a witch, only to truly believe it as she got older. She also expected her classmates' treatment of her and didn't blame them, believing herself to be "too ugly to have any friends". But after Professor Dovey grants her wish to be beautiful, Agatha starts smiling, and, to her classmates' astonishment, looked beautiful.

Besides that, she is a very loyal friend, as shown when she tries to save Sophie even when the latter pushes her away or (on some occasions), tries to kill her. She is also brave and smart, as she picks up on things quickly and notices injustices and problems where others cannot see them. Not only that, she has the ability to come up with a plan quickly and on the spot, which she called her “intuition” as mentioned in A Crystal of Time. As the series progresses, Agatha becomes less insecure and becomes more of a leader.

Biography

Early life

With the help of Callis and unbeknownst to Stefan, Agatha was born to Stefan and Vanessa, coming out of the womb only a few minutes after her twin sister Sophie was born. Due to Vanessa feeling disgusted by Agatha's appearance, she ordered Callis to throw out the baby, but Callis saw beauty in the child and raised her as her own child, changing her appearance to mirror the baby.

At the start of The School for Good and Evil, Agatha lives in a small house in the Gavaldon cemetery with her adoptive mother, Callis, the town doctor and her bald cat, Reaper. Agatha states in The School for Good and Evil that she does not believe the School Master is responsible for the kidnappings that occur every four years, rather believing that two children run into the woods as a prank and get eaten by bears on the night of the kidnappings; she believes that the resemblance between fairy tale characters and the missing children is purely coincidental. Although she says this, it is believed Agatha wished for a happy fairy tale ending as she kept a rather large stack of fairy tales next to her bed that she read.

Sophie is said to be her one and only friend in Gavaldon.

The School for Good and Evil

We first see Agatha when Sophie goes to visit her in her secluded house in Gavaldon's graveyard. Agatha is seen to be sassy and pessimistic. She and Sophie take a walk into town, where the people are panicking about and taking major precautions for the kidnappings that would take place later that night. The people stare at Agatha and Sophie, both looking like the perfect epitome of a princess and a witch. While Sophie enjoys the attention, Agatha feels insecure and she talks Sophie into walking to the lake instead. Sophie agrees, and once they're at the lake, Sophie starts preparing herself for the School for Good. Agatha is annoyed because she believes that the School for Good and Evil isn't real and she claims that the kidnappings are coincidental. Sophie argues that the schools are real and that they would both get accepted, whether Agatha liked it or not. They argue until Sophie accidentally confirms that she befriended Agatha only to look good in the School Master's eyes, which upsets Agatha. But Sophie reassures her that over time, she had begun to see Agatha as a real friend and still does, and the scene ends on a heartwarming note.

Later, has a fight with her mother, who wants her to go to the School for Evil and make something out of her life, differing from Agatha's hopes for a normal life. When she goes to bed, she sees a flying shape passing by from her window. She realizes that the Schoolmaster is real and that Sophie is at risk of being kidnapped. Agatha runs to save her and they both get taken. The stymphs fly them past the barrier and into the woods. They arrive at school and, much to both's surprise and horror, Agatha is dropped into the School for Good and Sophie is dropped into the School for Evil.

Agatha wakes up in a flower field, surrounded by beautiful, princess-like girls, who are her soon-to-be classmates. They are all surprised to see Agatha and they all avoid her, except for three girls, who introduce themselves as Beatrix, Reena, and Millicent. They are particularly rude to her, asking if she was lost, blind, or deaf. Agatha tries to evade their questions until they ask about her Flowerground pass, which Readers aren't given. Agatha pretends to have it, while searching her pocket for a distraction. She gives up and scares off all the Evergirls by farting. Then she runs to find Sophie, visiting the barrier for the first time. She manages to trick her reflection into believing she's evil and she gets in. She and Sophie coincidentally run to each other at the same time, before a tide rises up and flings both girls back to their respective schools.

A World Without Princes

Back in Gavaldon, Agatha tries to fit in and go back to the life she used to have. Despite wanting to go back to her old life, Agatha can't help but dream about Tedros. At the wedding between Stefan and his wife, Agatha feels jealous and heartbroken, watching the wedding she will never have, and accidentally wishes for Tedros. This causes the magic barrier between Gavaldon and the woods to be opened, allowing archers to come in and fire at Sophie, who was consequently locked up in the church. Agatha stays with her. Since the archers caused many troubles for the people of Gavaldon, The Elders took Sophie into the woods and secretly attempted to sacrifice her to the enemy, planning to lie that it was her brave choice. Agatha does not trust them, and she leaves to find Sophie after promising Stefan that she will keep Sophie safe. After she finds Sophie, both of them try to find their way out,  but butterflies lead them to the Flowerground Express, which takes them to the school.

When she and Sophie go back to the school, they find that it has been divided into the School for Girls and School for Boys. This happened because people around the woods were inspired by Sophie and Agatha's storybook's ending when they chose each other over a boy. This sparked the idea that a princess and a witch could be friends, that neither of them needed love - but instead, a best friend. This caused the divide between boys and girls. Agatha and Sophie also learn about the bounty on Sophie's head, which was issued by Tedros, the leader of the boys.

At this point, Sophie finds out about Agatha's wish and is furious. Agatha is torn between Sophie and Tedros. She approaches The Coven, who try to convince her to choose Tedros, because if she does, the war between Boys and Girls will be over, and things will go back to normal again. Agatha is convinced and she decides to confront Tedros the same night.

Agatha and Sophie are welcomed back into the School for Girls as heroes' and inspirations. Agatha tries to tell everyone that they don't plan on staying long, but Sophie says the opposite. She encourages the girls to stand up to the boys and especially Tedros, who wants her dead.

During class, Agatha notices witch symptoms appearing on Sophie: black teeth, warts, etc. Her fears get worse as Sophie's attempt at a challenge goes terribly wrong, enough to terrify the former Dean of Evil. In one of her challenges, Agatha sees Tedros, telling her to meet him at the bridge. She believes that was the message was real, unaware that she had hallucinated him because she wanted him to be there. For the rest of her challenges, she makes sure to fail so she can stand guard and have a chance to escape.

Agatha tells The Coven about Sophie's symptoms, but the latter overhears. Sophie decides she cannot trust Agatha to be loyal and she watches her the whole night. But Agatha had escaped before Sophie realized and a dummy made out of pumpkins was what was presumed to be her. At one point, late in the night, the dummy falls and the pumpkins roll out, right as Sophie was watching. In fury, Sophie sneaks out and chases after Agatha.

Agatha makes it to the bridge, but she doesn't see Tedros. She decides to go into the School for Boys, assuming her prince had forgotten or had planned wrong. She sneaks in as Sophie follows, invisible under a snakeskin cape. Hort finds Agatha, thinking she's Sophie and drags her to the rest of the boys. Agatha tells them that Sophie is turning into a witch again and she is here to save them all from her, as Sophie watches from behind. Agatha demands the boys to take her to see Tedros so she can seal their Ever After.

They comply and Aric, the second-in-command takes her, with Sophie secretly following. Agatha is left alone with Tedros and Sophie, who is hiding under the desk. Agatha and Tedros finally talk.Tedros explains how disappointed and embarrassed he felt when Agatha chose Sophie over him. Agatha tries to explain what Sophie means to her and when asked why she came back for him, she responds that now she needs more than a friend. Agatha frees the Storian, which Tedros had chained up, and the storybook flips to the last page, about to rewrite their ending. Tedros and Agatha are about to kiss when Tedros sees Sophie's shadow looming. He gets frantic and searches for her, and Agatha tries to convince him that Sophie isn't there. She manages to and Tedros, now relaxed, reveals that he had never asked her to come at all. Agatha is bewildered and Tedros is now suspicious, wondering how she got across the barrier. In their state of confusion, Sophie sees an opportunity. She blasts a spell, making both of them think it was the other, trying to hurt them. Agatha comes to the conclusion that Tedros only wanted revenge, not her, and escapes. Aric, who found Sophie's blood, when she scraped her foot on a stair, comes to tell Tedros that Sophie was there all along. They both look at the storybook and see that Sophie was indeed, hiding under the desk the whole time. Tedros thinks he had been tricked by both of them, and he puts a bounty on Agatha's head too.

Agatha comes back to her dorm and sees Sophie fast asleep. She believes that she had unjustly doubted Sophie this whole time. She tells Sophie everything, and the latter acts as if she knew nothing and forgives Agatha. The same morning, they found out that Tedros had ordered a Trial by Tale, where if the boys won, Agatha and Sophie were to be handed over for public execution, and if the girls won, the boys would become their slaves.

Agatha, Sophie, and The Coven plan on stealing the Storian in order to seal the ending of their story with Agatha and Sophie together. The plan to steal the Storian is for Sophie to take a sex-switching potion and disguise herself as a boy in the School for Boys. The plan fails, and during the Trial by Tale as Sophie reverts back to a girl, Agatha tells Tedros that Sophie caused all the issues. Tedros believes her. Dean Sader conjures Sophie's symptoms, making Agatha and Tedros even more sure that Sophie is a witch. Agatha kisses Tedros for the first time, but the ending of the story is not sealed. Dean Sader tricks Sophie into bringing the School Master back to life by kissing him. This seals the ending, and as Agatha and Tedros are disappearing back to Gavaldon, the School Master stabs Tedros with his own sword.

The Last Ever After

Agatha and Tedros don't feel happy in Gavaldon, so they wish to go back to the Woods and find Sophie. The town discovers Agatha and Tedros' presence, and attempts to burn them both at the stake along with Agatha's mother (Callis). Callis sacrifices herself to save Agatha and Tedros, and they find a portal into the woods through Sophie's mother's (Vanessa's) grave.

Vanessa's grave is a portal to the Garden of Good and Evil, where all the famous heroes and villains are buried. they are found by princess Uma who received a message from Agatha's cat (Reaper). She guides them through the woods in order to find the headquarters of the League of 13. Shocked, they learn that the sun in the Woods is dying because the Tale of Sophie and Agatha has reopened. They run into 3 zombie villains and narrowly escape. Finally, they find the League and wonder how the old heroes will help them on their quest. Merlin, is the last member of the League to arrive and surprises Tedros so much that he faints.

The next day, Merlin, Agatha, and Tedros set out for the School for Good and Evil (now the School for Old and New Evil) to save Sophie and get her to destroy the ring the School Master gave her. If they destroy the ring with Excalibur, the School Master will die and the story will close. Agatha and Tedros take the sex-switching potion to disguise themselves from the Storian so that it doesn't track their moves. The Coven guides them both into the school as Merlin's spies, who are working with him and Lady Lesso. Agatha finds Excalibur in the School for Old, and Tedros talks to Sophie. Sophie only goes with Tedros and Agatha because the believes Tedros will give her another chance at being her prince. Unknown to Tedros at the moment, Agatha genuinely is questioning if she and Tedros should end up together because she doubts that she could be a good queen. As they leave the school, the zombie villains chase them and Merlin uses his cape to hide Tedros, Sophie, and Agatha in the Celestium. Hort follows them unexpectedly.

The next day at League Headquarters, everyone is packing up and the old heroes disperse so that they won't be found by the zombie villains. Sophie won't destroy the ring because she wants to be sure that she can end up with Tedros before doing it. Merlin Agatha, Sophie, Tedros, and Hort set out for the "safe house" that Merlin is telling them about. They travel in pairs, Merlin with Agatha and Sophie with Tedros, while Hort lags behind. Agatha went with Merlin because she wanted to give Sophie and Tedros a chance to be with each other to see if they are compatible.

Eventually, the group reaches Avalon, where they discover that the lake where the Lady of the Lake resides is a portal to a land of lush meadows and countryside. When they first enter they see people in the distance, and Tedros is shellshocked when he realizes that it is his mother Guinevere with her husband, Lancelot. They spend weeks in the safe house, and Agatha and Sophie grow closer while Tedros ponders by himself. One night, Lancelot confronts Sophie about her ring, made of black swan gold, while Agatha and Hort talk about how they think the story will end. Agatha confesses that she still loves Tedros, and he overhears. Later on, Tedros takes Sophie to a cave where he kisses her. There is no chemistry between them, and Tedros leaves her. Sophie wishes for the School Master, and she vanishes back to him. Meanwhile, Agatha and Tedros reunite and confess their true love for one another.

Merlin brings the rest of the League of 13 to the safe house along with the Coven, and Agatha accepts the crown of Camelot's queen from Guinevere. They all train to fight the zombie villains, but they're still outnumbered and are wondering how they could ever win. Merlin insists that he has a plan. When the group goes back to the Woods (leaving Guinevere behind), they notice that the sun will be dying very soon.

Quests for Glory

In the beginning of Quests for Glory, Agatha and Tedros have embarked on their quest of becoming the Queen and King of Camelot. However, they run, almost immediately, into trouble when Tedros accidentally gets Excalibur stuck in a stone wall of the palace. It gets better... At the coronation when he has gone through all the rights and passages of the regular coronation, the priest pulls out the last will of King Arthur. One that says that Tedros will only be king once he pulls the sword from a stone.

Having already revealed that Guinevere and Lancelot are hiding in the palace, Tedros panics, trying to once again regain the people to his side. And so, through his stress, he isn't thinking clearly and he reveals that Excalibur is stuck in the wall. When he tries to go and pull it, it doesn't budge.

After all of this, in the following days and weeks, Tedros all but abandons Agatha, leaving her to plan their wedding and be lorded over by the Lady Gremlaine. As Agatha becomes more stressed, Tedros all but refuses to speak to her and Lady Gremlaine says that he does not wish to see her. This, in turn, makes Agatha feel lonelier than ever, and only able to communicate with Sophie by carrier bat which takes weeks to get there and weeks to get back. She is only able to watch as Tedros becomes like a bodybuilder, trying harder and harder to pull the sword from the stone wall and every time failing.

A Crystal of Time

Agatha runs away from Camelot, and after a short stop in Avalon, finds herself in the Sherwood Forest. She tries to recruit Robin and his men to help her but they refuse. Then Professor Uma finds her in Sherwood Forest and brings her to the School for Good and Evil where Agatha, the first years, and the teachers put together a plan for rescuing the prisoners in the Camelot dungeons. The professors doubt her leadership because Agatha still believes the best in Sophie, which everyone else thinks is foolish. Agatha soon proves them wrong when she uncovers a hidden message sent by Sophie, which indicates that she is still on their side. However, Agatha begins to doubt her own leadership and questions whether she is really Good, since she is endangering the lives of the first years by sending them to free Tedros.

Agatha decides to send a rescue team to Camelot, where Hort uses his wolf strength to smash a hole in the dungeon walls. Some prisoners manage to escape, but 7 are left behind - Nicola, Dovey, Willam, Bogden, Valentina, Aja, and Tedros. Agatha is glad that they managed to free some prisoners but is worried because Tedros is still captive at Camelot. Soon, her fears intensify because pirates are attacking the school. Agatha and the others hide in the School Master's Tower where the Storian reveals some important information about their current situation. After the Storian prompts them to read a history book by August Sader, Agatha realizes the real reason why Rhian wants to be the One True King. Not long after they finish reading, a message appears in the sky, saying how Tedros will be executed, which frightens Agatha.

A rescue team made up of students, Robin, and the Sheriff go to stop the execution. Agatha is tricked into leaving Professor Dovey behind in the battle, and instead runs away with Tedros. In the forest, Agatha is reunited with Sophie and they catch up, much to Tedros' dismay at their closeness. In Gnomeland, Agatha gets a shocking surprise at the identity of the king. The ruler of Gnomeland tells Agatha she must use Professor Dovey's crystal ball to uncover the secrets of Rhian's past. Sophie sees a vision of the future in the crystal ball and leaves to go back to Camelot, which disturbs Agatha so much that she screams. Agatha trusts that Sophie has a plan and is still on their side because of her "friendship intuition," but Tedros thinks Sophie has deserted them to become Queen. Later, in Avalon, Agatha is with Tedros when they unbury King Arthur, where they discover the truth of the future.

Abilities

  • She has the ability to hear and grant wishes (although she believes for a while that she lost her talent during The Last Ever After) - on account of being 100% Good. But then realizes that she never lost them, but chose not to listen.
  • Being Pure Good, Agatha can hear the thoughts of animals when she focuses
  • She is very skilled in magic. Various spells, including Weather Manipulation, Stun Spells (She was one of the best in her class in her first year at school) the Lights Out Jinx, and Mogrification (In The School for Good and Evil, she would often turn into a cockroach to visit Sophie in the School for Evil).

Relationships

Love interests

Tedros

In the beginning, Agatha's hatred for the prince grew as Sophie fell for the prince more and more. However, eventually, she began to fall for Tedros and Tedros for her. In A World Without Princes, Agatha opens Sophie's and her storybook because she wished for a happy ending with Tedros. In The Last Ever After, Tedros and Agatha's relationship was tested as they fought and argued through the book, but they remained strong toward each other. As stated in the Ever Never Handbook, Agatha and Tedros are engaged.

They are supposed to be married on October 14th, although this may be delayed to Rhian taking the throne. At the end of Quests for Glory, they are in a complicated stage after several arguments, they are separated due to Rhian's tyranny, Tedros in prison, and Agatha on the run.

Family

After the events of The Last Ever After, Agatha got engaged to Tedros and was the soon-to-be Queen of Camelot (This changed after it turned out Tedros was not Arthur's oldest son). She is also the twin sister of Sophie, although their souls are the complete opposite. It is also told that Vanessa and Stefan are her biological parents and Callis is her adoptive mother.

Vanessa

Vanessa was Agatha's biological mother. Agatha was thrown away by Vanessa because Vanessa feared that such an "ugly" baby would not be good enough for Stefan. The baby was given to Callis, who was expected to throw the baby away in the woods.

Callis

Callis was Agatha's foster mother and a former teacher of Uglification in The School For Evil. Callis saved Agatha's life when she was born. Vanessa wanted a child to look like Stefan. Agatha looked like her mother Vanessa before Vanessa decided to beautify herself with herbs and items. After she gave birth, Vanessa only took Sophie home with her, saying that Stefan would not want an 'ugly baby' and leaving Agatha with Callis. Callis was supposed to leave Agatha in the Woods to die. However, Callis took her in as her own, believing she had found her true love at last, and slowly changed her appearance to look like her adopted daughter and be a believable mother. Callis sacrifices herself for Agatha in The Last Ever After, wishing for her daughter to find the Ever After she never did, even though she didn't like Tedros.

Stefan

Stefan is revealed to be Agatha's biological father when Professor Sader read "The tale of Vanessa and Callis" in The Last Ever After. Agatha always thought of him of as a father figure, even before she knew he was her father, and Stefan felt loving to her, even though he did not know Agatha was his daughter either. It is revealed in The Last Ever After that because Stefan and Vanessa did not love each their souls both bore their own child. Agatha looked like Vanessa but had Stefan's good soul which was why they felt some form of love towards each other.

Sophie

Before the beginning of the story, Sophie was said to be the first to extend the hand of friendship even though at first Sophie just thought of Agatha as her "good deed". Agatha was still reluctant to grasp it throughout The School for Good and Evil. Agatha told Sophie that she did not agree with her superficial and foolish belief in fairy tales. Agatha tries to save her from the School Master, but Sophie refuses Agatha's help.

When they are transferred to the School for Good and Evil, Sophie assumed that she was to be dropped into the School for Good but after Agatha grabs her best friend's hand the stymph changes its mind and Agatha is dropped into the School for Good while Sophie is dropped into the School for Evil, much to both of their distastes.

Later the two friends ride Stymphs up to the School Master's tower, and he gives them a riddle. They later solve the riddle and realize that Sophie must kiss Tedros. While doing so, their friendship begins to go downhill. Sophie and Tedros meet, mogrified as foxes and with Agatha disguised as a cockroach. Tedros tries to kiss Sophie. However, Sophie refuses and Agatha realizes that Sophie does not want to go home.

Eventually, in the Trial by Tale, Agatha saves Tedros' life. Sophie had been hiding as a bush, and Sophie splits apart from both of them. Her new witch friends start to think her Nemesis is Tedros, but it is later revealed that her Nemesis is Agatha.

At the Circus of Talents, Sophie begins her rampage, fully transformed into an ugly hag-like creature, which does not end until the School Master attempts to kill Agatha. After Agatha and Sophie reconcile and Agatha revives Sophie with a kiss, the two return home to their town Gavaldon, where they are hailed as heroes.

The two seem to have resumed their friendship in A World Without Princes. However, Agatha accidentally wishes to be with Tedros again, the gates open, and the two are transported back into the Schools. However, it is quite different from when they visited last. Now the school is split between Boys and Girls. Sophie becomes mad at Agatha for wishing Tedros over her, and thus bringing them back. Eventually, they plan to infiltrate the School for Boys, so Sophie becomes a boy named Filip, with the help of Yuba the Gnome and a spell, to go into the School for Boys.

However, Sophie/Filip is roomed with Tedros, and Tedros becomes friends with Filip, not knowing that Filip is just Sophie with a different gender. In the end, they are all lead to believe that Sophie is becoming a witch again, and Agatha turned against Sophie and sided with Tedros. Sophie is heartbroken, and she revives the School Master with a kiss, sending Agatha and Tedros back to Gavaldon.

In The Last Ever After, Sophie has doubts with the School Master, now known as Rafal. However, after being with Tedros and Agatha again, Tedros chooses Agatha over Sophie again, because Sophie does not love him and he does not love her.

Sophie returns to Rafal and hardens back to Evil. A war breaks out, and Agatha chases Sophie, trying to convince her to destroy Rafal's ring, which will kill the School Master forever.

Eventually, with Agatha's love for her and them being twins, she gets Sophie to destroy the ring, and the war ends. Lady Lesso left a package for Sophie before her untimely death by the hands of her own son, Aric, in the war. The package is Lady Lesso's signature cloak, which they all take to mean that Sophie is meant to be the next Dean. She does not go to Camelot with Tedros and Agatha.

In Quests for Glory, these two have a sisterly friendship, with no complications. In this book, Sophie states she's only showing her sweet side to Agatha, but eventually softens up to everyone else. They help and support each other throughout the book but Agatha, in the end, is forced to abandon Sophie while running away because Rhian had Sophie in a position where he could kill her if anything went wrong.

Friends

Kiko

Kiko was Agatha's only friend in the School for Good in The School for Good and Evil. She and Agatha did homework together and hung out. In A World Without Princes, Kiko was excited her friend had come back, and in The Last Ever After, Kiko was part of the many students who helped Good win the war. Kiko often obsessed about her crush, Tristan, around Agatha.

The Coven

The three witches claimed to be Agatha's friends but when Sophie started her beauty lectures, Hester and Anadil got angry at Agatha and said they were not her friends anymore because they believed that the lectures were Agatha's idea. In A World Without Princes, they tried to get Agatha and Tedros back together because Hester and Anadil believed that even though they hate boys, they can't live without them, and they became close friends with her. In The Last Ever After, they fought on Good's side with Agatha, Tedros, and old famous heroes and heroines. In {{, Hester and Agatha often write letters to one another, knowing that they truly are great friends.

Reaper

A bald, wrinkled cat who once belonged to Agatha's foster mum, Callis. Agatha missed Reaper very much when she was away from Gavaldon. In A World Without Princes, Reaper was suspicious about Agatha and often scratched her when she came near. But in The Last Ever After, he helped Agatha win the war when it was revealed he was a messenger cat for the League of Thirteen.

In the Crystal of Time, it is revealed that Reaper is the King of GnomeLand. He also mentions his backstory of how he became Callis's pet. Tedros and Repear make up in this book

School for Good students

Due to her dark dresses and near-constant frowning, Agatha became an instant outcast upon her enrollment in The School of Good. Upon arrival, everyone including Agatha herself thinks that the School Master has made a horrible mistake. Within her first steps in school, she eats a fairy while the other princesses gasp at her. To chase the girls away from Agatha, Agatha promptly farts and the girls run away from her.

Agatha was supposed to share a room with other girls. However, upon their first sighting of her, they created excuses, enabling them to move rooms so that they didn't have to bunk with her. Agatha didn't mind at all.

Professor Dovey grants Agatha's wish to become beautiful and Agatha is lead to believe her appearance has changed, due to the other students looking stunned at the sight of her. However, it hasn't, and she learns that she was beautiful all along. She just needed to smile.

Teachers

Professor August Sader

Professor Sader was one of Agatha's teachers at the School for Good. He had always reminded Agatha of Sophie's father, Stefan (who in fact was also Agatha's biological father). Agatha referred to him as 'Professor Crackpot' at the beginning of the story. It was said that he was fond of Agatha and appeared to her and Sophie as a phantom, telling them the true story of their parents. He died at the end of the first book at the School for Good and Evil, as he sacrificed his body to the Good School Master's soul. He did it in order to save Agatha and Sophie so that they can find the true ending of their fairy tale.

Trivia

  • Agatha's age is yet to be confirmed, and is subject to a lot of speculation. In a deleted chapter in the first book, Soman Chainani states that all the Readers that got kidnapped were age 15.
  • Sophie and Agatha are twin sisters, and thus share the same age and birthday.
  • Agatha's finger glow was originally described as orange but in later books, this is changed to gold, the same shade as Tedros' in later books since he is her true love.
  • Her name means "Soul of Good".
  • Agatha is 100% Good.
  • Agatha was abandoned by her mother Vanessa as she was thought of as too ugly.
  • Agatha didn't like looking at mirrors and she said that dogs and pigs didn't go around looking at them.
  • She once dressed up as a bride for Halloween.
  • Agatha is younger than Sophie by a couple of minutes.

Quotes

  • (To Sophie) "Because you make me feel ordinary. And that's the only thing I ever wanted."
  • "Real friends let each other grow up."
  • "You think because I'm ugly, I'm evil?"
  • "Look, Merlin thinks we can help each other."
  • (To Sophie) "You make me feel ordinary, and that's the only thing I've ever wanted."
  • (To Beatrix) "You wouldn't know Good if it crawled up your dress!"
  • "Even fairy tales have limits."
  • "Real friends don't lie."
  • "Real friends let each other grow up"
  • "Good is about stepping up to face the truth"
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