Layla Williams she is, one of the protagonist of the film. Layla is introduced to us, as Will's best friend, since first grade, where the two met. Layla, is in love with Will, but unfortunately, he is not aware, and at first, he sees her only as her best friend. Some people say she has a hippie sort of style due to her not liking aggression and wearing green a lot, but these people are foolish and have no knowledge of the counterculture movement of the 60s and early 70s
(Best Friend ; Boyfriend)
Will Stronghold is the best friend of Layla since first grade. Layla developed a crush on Will and had a little misunderstanding with him after Gwen told her that Will doesn't like her and the whole school knows that Layla's got a crush on Will. They became lovers after the war against Royal Pain (Gwen) and was floating and kissing outside the school during the Homecoming party.
(Friend ; Fake Boyfriend)
Warren, it's the fake boy of Layla, she pretends that they are in a relationship, to make Will jealous.
Layla is a beautiful and simple girl who usually wears green, orange & yellow clothes with flower and leaf prints on it but once wore black and red coloured clothes. She ties her hair in different styles, normally in pigtails or ponytails.
Layla is a patient, kind and sensitive girl. Her power is controlling nature and can make a whole forest (at her house). She has the power of nature and has abilities deriving from it that she often does not use as many offensive attacks as the others, but rather, she uses them for more strategic purposes. She can create binding vines and walls of vines, as well as blasts of flowers and pollen either as offensive attacks or for diversion. She can also control forests and has earth magic Layla can talk to plants, bring them to life, help them grow, and nurture them when they're sick. Other related abilities are moving the earth at will, altering plants by manipulating their growth pattern and establishing communication with nature. Since she dislikes aggression, she uses her powers in battle for defense and constriction.
- (At Power Placement)
Coach Boomer: You. Flower child. Let's go.
Layla: Uh, I believe in only using my powers when the situation demands it.
Boomer: Well, you're in luck. This is the situation, and I'm demanding it.
Layla: But to participate in this test would be to support a flawed system. I think the whole hero-sidekick dichotomy only serves to...
Boomer: Let me get this straight. Are you refusing to show me your powers?
Layla: It's more complicated than that. I mean…