This is a bit of a stab in the dark but I was wondering if anyone has defined cohomology classes on a hyperkähler manifold which pull back to the Stiefel-Whitney classes on any submanifold which is Lagrangian in two of the symplectic structures, which implies that it is symplectic in the third (and thus holomorphic in the compatible complex structure).

As evidence that this is not completely insane, let me note that

if two submanifolds Lagrangian in a symplectic structure $A$ and $B$ intersect cleanly, then the pull-backs of $w_i(A)$ and $w_i(B)$ to $A\cap B$ are equal.

*Proof.* Consider the symplectic form on the restrictions of the tangent bundles of $A$ and $B$ to the intersection. Its kernel is the tangent bundle of the intersection, and it pairs the normal bundles of the intersection in A and B non-degenerately. Since dual vector bundles have the same Stiefel-Whitney classes, the Whitney product formula shows that the Stiefel-Whitney classes of the pull-backs (and thus the pull-backs of the Stiefel-Whitney classes) agree.

I don't think that this is enough to show that a class like I have asked for exists, but it does show that one method of trying to prove that one doesn't will always fail.

**EDIT:** As Eric Zaslow points out, this can't work with just an arbitrary symplectic manifold, but at least the example he provides can't be done with holomorphic submanifolds.