I'm sure you love Brooklyn. I'm sure you're very, very angry with Angela for not loving him as much as you do. However...
First of all, gargoyles are not sexist. A female gargoyle's status is in no way dependent on that of her mate. (Demona, along with being Goliath's mate, was his second-in-command
before she went bad, remember? And Turquesa
second, but not
his mate.) If something were to happen to her dad, Angela would have just
as much of a chance as Broadway or Lex of becoming second-in-command.
Long story short? Brooklyn's mate would not
automatically "outrank" Angela.
Gargoyles are also not that status-conscious. Yes, the clans have leaders...but that position is more one of responsibility than one of privilege.
Angela is not a spoiled, scheming, power-hungry brat. It's especially egregious that you accuse Goliath
of spoiling her: Due to the way that gargoyles raise their kids, he had a hard time even acknowledging
her as his daughter in more than an abstract fashion. She's also not psychotically paranoid. "Out of character" doesn't begin
to cover what you've done to her.
Your original character...well. Dazzling beauty? Check. Luminous eyes of an unusual color? Check. Multicolored hair? Check. Pointlessly exotic and evocative name? Check. Kewl powerz? Check. Adored from the get-go by every character you like, detested from the get-go by those you don't? Check. That about sums it up
If your Mary Sue struts onto the scene and starts snubbing
Angela, the remainder of the clan is not
going to take it well—even if they did
adore your Sue from the get-go. And if Angela takes offense
at being snubbed, they're not
going to wonder what the hell is wrong with her...or
presume that she's "just jealous."
And it seems your Sue can shape-shift, too. Hence a rather...squicktastic scene shortly after she's introduced. But I won't go into that; what I wonder is why she took on human
(rather than gargoyle) form to impress Brooklyn.
Please don't write any more fan fiction until you've read the GargWiki, in-depth. No...forget that qualifier.