Welcome to SuperFolder Central! This site is a place where SuperFolders send in their own stories and ideas set in the world of Tom Angleberger’s Origami Yoda series, among many other franchises!
There are a few rules:
1. No swearing.
2. No graphic violence.
3. No overly suggestive content/scenes.
4. No self-promotion of external sites. Promoting your new story that is on SFC is fine.
5. If you don’t like a certain story, don’t be a bully. Instead, offer constructive criticism!
6. Do not directly copy the plot of the original work. Make it your own!
7. Please do not post stories as comments.
8. All stories may be slightly edited before publication.
9. Have Fun!
You can read the stories by clicking on their respective universe tab, check the updates tab to see what’s going on in the world of SFC, or visit the resources tab for help with writing/storytelling, or chat in the SuperFolder TalkZone!
Have fun, and enjoy your time here!
Submit your stories to:
firstname.lastname@example.org – OYEU, FOTR, and BTF
email@example.com – MOU
firstname.lastname@example.org – DCOU
or use the submission page found in the SuperFolder TalkZone!
The Universe Belongs To All!
-The SFC Council
Well, it’s the PJOU’s One Year Anniversary. Honestly, it feels longer. Every second has been painful, but I digress. Because this is a happy time!
First things first, I am very happy to announce the final roster for Fold 3-
Nico Di AngeFold and Will Solcrease: Tainted Love- Edward Emily arrives at Caesar Middle Scholl after the events of The Iliad and decides to take actions into his own hands…
Ł()K!- When Jude Decassius arrives at an internship for Caesar Middle School, the school as we know it is turned on its head.
Label Levesque and The Hunters of Art-emis- Public Enemy #1, Kaitlyn Emily must face off against the bizarre forces of CHRONOS and Jackson Ordonia as the whole world beats down on her because of her one simple mistake.
The Trials of Artpollo- The Town of Nero- Peyton Hunter, exiled from OrigOlympus, launches a quest to solve the mystery that got her exiled in the first place… who is Nero? What is this mysterious company, Ouranatox? And how does this all tie back into the sinister of web of Angela Emily?
And yeah, that’s it. These stories might not seem important first, but a few of the characters introduced have MAJOR repercussions for the future of the PJOU, so keep your eyes peeled. I still have a few cards up my sleeve. Oh, but what about Fold 4: The Final Dynasty, you ask? Well…
–The Death of Luke CastePleat
-Annashred 2: The Agon Returns
-The Debbie Don Diaries
-The Foust Chronicles 3: The Caesar Shadow
-Maglue Crease: The School of Summer
-Pleaty Jackson 3: The Last Days
O-Reyna-Gami And The Bloodlines of OrigOlympus!!
And what of the future? Well, after the Origami Universe’s fourth and final installment of the Pleaty Jackson series… you’ll be seeing something new.
In Ilkley, England, some students took part in origami Wizarding World adventures, initiating a movement that would have repercussion in the future.
But what happens when in Birmingham, a group of college students decide to pick up the legacy of The Peaky Blinders? Read here to find out!
The first two chapters are out and will be continued, hopefully, each week!
2010. Tom Angleberger writes The Strange Case Of Origami Yoda.
2012. EvilJawa And JC Create The Origami Yoda Expanded Universe.
2018. DarthNoah creates the Marvel Origami Universe. Later that year, OrigamiLuke100 with the DC Origami Universe.
2020 saw the birth of Guillermo’s, Hades’, Origami_Master53’s and Jar Jar Pleats’ own sagas, the Wizarding Folds Origami Universe, The Percy Jackson Origami Universe, The Video Pleats Origami Universe, and the Origami Cartoon Universe to be exact.
Now, it is 2021. It nears 2022, and with that this websites’ ten year anniversary. Ten years we’ve spent, telling stories, doodling covers, and folding puppets. Superfolders have come and gone, of course. But the few of us that remain to this day- We’ve grown. We’ve been here for years. And whether or not any of us are willing to admit it, we’re reaching a point where many of the universes I listed before you will end, and though new worlds are sure to rise, sure to be explored, an end to what we know is inevitable.
So… me and Peyton got to talking. How do we celebrate an end that isn’t really the end?
And we think we figured it out…Read the rest of this entry
The Results are in… You guys want the list of the characters in the story…
Well… There’s 23 of them. Yes! 23!
2.) Ding Dong Daddy
3.) The Eraser
4.) Pied Piper
5.) The Calculator
6.) Gentleman Ghost
7.) Arm Fall Off Boy
8.) Rainbow Raider
9.) Crazy Quilt
10.) Film Freak
11.) Captain Boomerang
12.) Rick Flag
14.) King Shark
16.) Doctor Psycho
17.) Kite Man
18.) Mad Mod
19.) Calendar Man
20.) Condiment King
21.) The Thinker
22.) Harley Quinn
Yes, some of these characters have been characters we’ve seen before – seven of them are from other stories! The rest are characters made for the story itself! I’m so excited to show them all off, but it’s not fun to just make a post without a piece of origami or a drawing to go with it! So I have a request: Send in your puppets! We’re superfolders after all!
One thing, though: don’t get too attached. NO ONE is safe. Get excited! Start theorizing who’s going to be expelled and who you think will scathe by with their grades intact. Use the talkzone to discuss your theories!
On this trip to the world of “The Shredder Squad,” we’re looking at the leader of the team: Rick Flag (Literally, that’s his pun.) The main wielder of Rick Flag is Freshman Shaun-Zhang Snyder, the nephew to Susan Snyder, one of the Amanda Waller Teachers. Shaun-Zhang is headstrong, willing to help fight whenever necessary, but he struggles with believing in himself. He doubts who he is as a leader, and this tends to mess with him in many ways.
Shaun is marginally younger than the team he is helping to lead. While everyone else is approaching graduation, Shaun-Zhang is a mere freshman, barely out of Barbera Middle School, and it shows.
This is Shaun-Zhang’s first appearance, and I’m excited for you guys to see more of him.
In terms of developing Shaun-Zhang (Or Shaun, most of the time referred to as such), I wanted a character who had potential to lead. Rick Flag in the comics is an amazing hero, who has his fair share of strengths as the leader of the squad. When starting this story, Joel Kinnaman’s character had only been in one film, 2016’s “Suicide Squad.” I didn’t have much to base off of there, but as I continued writing, the new Suicide Squad movie arrived, and I had a better idea of the direction I wanted to go into.
“Zhang” has Chinese origins as meaning “to open up” or “to spread.” The plan was, throughout “The Shredder Squad”, to have Shaun be the spreading thing that mends all the parts together. The nephew of one of the Amanda Waller teachers, he can feel her presence in every move he makes, their spread over him weighs heavily on the many decisions he ends up making.
Here’s one of my favorite moments so far when writing Shaun:
For more about The Shredder Squad, keep your eyes peeled!
Special thanks to the many people that sent in their Rick Flag pieces! They’re so awesome!!
To finish this post off, here’s a poll:
I’ve been hard at work working on The Shredder Squad for… literally the last year. Yes! I’ve been working on it since November of last year when we first decided the cast. I got the feeling that this’ll be one of the longest, most jam-packed stories on the site, and it’ll have a lot of old and new faces joining the world of Jutefruce. So, as we get closer and closer to the release (trust me – I’m working on it during any free time I have!) I would like to showcase some characters over time. So, we’ll start with my personal favorite: Ronald Lamden, the King Crease.
Ronald Lamden, also known as the King Crease, is based on King Shark, the Flash villain that is a monster on both the land and the seas. Ronald is very much the same way – he’s a football player, but he also knows how to swim. However, his child-like demeanor and his clumsiness usually gets in the way of him ever thinking straight.
Ronald Lamden became a personal favorite of mine when Origami Master made him the villain of one of his first DCOU stories, the Kid Fold. The Kid Fold story would then be expanded upon in Kid Fold 2, and we’ve even received Kid Fold 3, which will be posted whenever Fold 3 begins.
Lamden has appeared in several other stories, in rather odd places…
For example, King Crease appears in the MOU’s Foldtastic Four. When I was writing the scene, I knew I wanted a member from the most major OUs at the time. So, we had Silas, who was a user that wanted a Darth Plagueis (I think) puppet. That’s the McQuarrie rep. We had Annashred Crease, from the ROU. Ilkey Grammar School from the Wizarding Folds is mentioned. We have Linkin from the VGOU, and I went “Well, what should we have be the DCOU rep?”
JC didn’t know, and no one else did. So I spent some time thinking about who would have the most chemistry between Linkin and this new “Silas” character. There were the obvious ones; we could’ve had a serious thing between Chris Booth and this kid about heroics. We could’ve chosen a villain like Neil Swift, who would say that he could easily take down the puny Video Game school in an instant and ask a kid with a sith puppet if he’d like to work with Neil in this endeavor. But I thought of a character I’ve wanted to write for the longest time: King Crease.
I kind of wanted to do it partially for the comedic effect, but to also honor OM. OM has been a really passionate author in our community for a while, and his characters make me happy when I read them. I get excited to read any new story by him, and I’ve had many times when I’m working on college assignments where I need something fun to do, and I find myself reading and editing one of OM’s newest works, be it for the VGOU or DCOU.
So, Ronald Lamden was the character I chose; this bully who types in all caps, who lacks any grammatical reasoning to save his life.
At the time, I had only written four chapters of The Shredder Squad. I knew Ronald was going to be a character in it, but I didn’t want him to be anything major.
Well… times have changed.
Ronald Lamden has quickly became one of my favorite DCOU characters to write, probably right below Alan Wade and CJ. He has a pretty fun arc that I’m excited for you guys to read in The Shredder Squad, coming whenever it’s ready.
Here’s a sneak peek of one of my favorite jokes involving Ronald:
Stay tuned for more posts like this one. I’m thinking of doing a cast list soon, so if you want to send in your origami to be featured here, please let me know!
Hey, SuperFolders! SF Guillermo here.
Lately we’ve noticed some confusion regarding how anyone can write stories for this site. And the truth is, as we have said many times before… You only have to email us your stories!
That’s right! Just follow these steps for us to submit whatever you’ve written:
1. Write a story that you want us to publish (that’s suitable for the site, of course!)
2. Email us the story in a doc, word, or pdf (emails listed above)
3. We’ll take a look at it, correct gramatical mistakes and get it posted ASAP.
I hope that solves any confusion.
Well, well, well, here we are again. You know the drill. Character Recaps. Stories. News . All that and more…
Sopia Foust- Sopia’s story begins with Sopia’s rich archaologist Father taking Sopia from her home in Italy and props the sarcastic and angsty young girl in Brooklyn, more specifically, The Carter Institute. At Carter, she handles betrayal, a blossoming love triangle, and her embarrassment of a brother. Her and her brother’s escapades fuel the Foust Chronicles series, and yet they ultimately fail at the hands of Mr. Malcom Malifer, Set, and the Carter Institute is closed down for good. When they arrive at Caesar, the two siblings choose different paths and the rift between them grows further and further. Will Sopia be able to reconcile with her family, or will she succumb to the same fates as the allies that ruined her?
Find out in Fousts Chronicles 3!
Keana McDaniels- Keana joined The Hunters of ART-emis as any other hunter. Unlike the other Hunters, she developed a close personal connection with the commander, Kaitlyn Enily. After Kaitlyn’s defeat, she carried on the legacy of Zoe Nitesharpie, often working against The Hunters of ARTemis’ wishes. With Athens gone and Keana’s ties with The Hunters of ARTemis virtually cut, will she manage to uphold the values instilled in her by her peers? Find out in…
Label Levesque and The Hunters of Art-emis!!
Finally, FOLD THREE BEGINS!!!
That’s right, folks! FINALLY!!! We have a new story ready, and it’s really only the beginning! Read The Seven Champions underneath the Fold Three tab.
After a rebellion in 1992 orchestrated by Charles Emily, a group of heroes is called together with one incentive in mind. Defeat the rebel OriGods and take there place on the high seat of OrigOlynpus.
I highly recommend reading between the lines on this one because it is brimming with lore and foreshadowing. Anyways, see you guys in a few weeks, hopefully with the return of a fan favorite little character…
Corruption? Team ups? It’s all part of a greater plan.
Sooner or later, the people of Ilkley ‘s School will have to choose their side for an imminent battle that will decide the fate of the school and it’s students.
I’ll see you guys around!
Hey guys! It has been a REALLY Busy last few weeks… months, even! I know you haven’t heard from me much, but I am happy to present to you guys Origami Master’s new VIDEO GAMES ORIGAMI UNIVERSE DAY!!
Every other Monday will be dedicated to OM’s awesome universe! I’ve been keeping up with it myself; I know two universes like the back of my hand, the DCOU and the VGOU. I’m not sure what OM wants me to put here, so I’m going to do some things I typically did for DCOU (Which will be making a return anytime soon… You might be getting something on Friday…)
So: Here’s SF Arctic’s (wonder how he’s doing) Shadow the Foldhog!
Here’s a little VGOU lore for those that haven’t read much of it yet (You really should, they’re so fun!):
Be sure to give Arctic support, and also try constructive critiquing if you want to! We love seeing you guys improve.