The School For Good and Evil Symbols & Objects

Soman Chainani
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Evers

The Evers represent the future good characters of fairy tales. This can include princes and princesses, housewives, enchanted animals and important objects. Many of the Evers are vain and conceited, relying on their looks rather than their knowledge or strengths. The Evers are supposed to represent valor, honor, and charity, all of which are represented in Agatha.

Nevers

The Nevers represent the Evil side of fairy tales. They are destined to be the future villains of a hero's story, or a henchman to their higher ranked classmates. Most of the students are children of well known villains. Most of the students, with the exception of Sophie, are children of well known villains such as the witch from Hansel and Gretel or the King from Robin Hood. They are supposed to represent deceit, power, and corruption.

Storian

The Storian represents fate for everyone within the School of...

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