History Characters / AmericanMcGeesAlice

19th Apr '18 5:49:32 PM BenDover
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* DeadpanSnarker: Even in the worst of times, he never fails to get a good snark.


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** [[FridgeBrilliance Considering the Cheshire Cat is known for losing his head]]...
12th Apr '18 8:44:12 AM Heart
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* AloofBigSister: Downplayed. Lizzie loved her sister, but one memory has Ratcliff suggesting that Lizzie was already too old to be Alice's playmate.

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* AloofBigSister: Downplayed. Lizzie loved her sister, Alice dearly, but one memory has Ratcliff Dr Wilson suggesting that Lizzie was already too old to be Alice's playmate.much of a playmate to her little sister (they were approximately ten years apart in age).



** Alice and her sister were apparently very close to their paternal grandfather. One memory is of Alice's father consoling his daughters after their grandfather's death, saying that he lived a long life, and wouldn't want them to cry.



* HeavySleeper: One memory has Lizzie commenting how their parents fall unconcious past 10 pm. Because of this they didn't notice the fire [[spoiler:or Bumby getting inside their house to rape their daughter]] until it was too late.

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* HeavySleeper: One memory has Lizzie commenting how their parents fall unconcious unconscious past 10 pm. Because of this they didn't notice the fire [[spoiler:or Bumby getting inside their house to rape their daughter]] until it was too late.
12th Apr '18 8:27:17 AM Heart
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* AmazingTechnicolorWildlife: The Cheshire Cat's fur seems to change colour a lot. It was brown in the first game but blue in the artwork, and in the sequel it has been brwn and grey in the artwork, but is blue in the game.

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* AmazingTechnicolorWildlife: The Cheshire Cat's fur seems to change colour a lot. It was brown in the first game but blue in the artwork, and in the sequel it has been brwn brown and grey in the artwork, but is blue in the game.



* BackFromTheDead: He returns in ''Madness Returns'', but dies soon after.

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* BackFromTheDead: He returns in the intro of ''Madness Returns'', but promptly dies soon after.yet again.



* DemotedToExtra: In the sequel, the White Rabbit only has sporadic appearances in the game.

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* DemotedToExtra: In the sequel, the White Rabbit only has sporadic Only makes very minor appearances in the game. sequel, once in the intro, and later as the host of the optional Radula Room battle stages.


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* KilledOffForReal: Seems to be the case in the sequel. He dies in the intro, and only briefly reappears in certain PocketDimension Radula Rooms, which are totally optional and have no plot significance. He isn't seen anywhere in the main Wonderland world again.
7th Apr '18 8:24:58 PM nombretomado
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31st Mar '18 11:35:48 AM Heart
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* BewareTheNiceOnes: Or rather, beware the seemingly polite, intelligent, mild mannered doctor who is apparently trying to help you. [[spoiler:He isn't.]]



* BitchInSheepsClothing: [[spoiler: A child psychologist who turns his patients into prostitutes, raped Lizzie, and burnt down Alice's home to cover his tracks.]]

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* BitchInSheepsClothing: [[spoiler: A child psychologist Comes off as a polite, intelligent, mild mannered doctor who turns his patients is trying to help Alice.[[spoiler:He isn't. He forces young children into prostitutes, prostitution, raped Lizzie, and burnt down Alice's sister Lizzie, strangled her, and burned down their family home to cover his tracks.]] ]]
31st Mar '18 11:30:16 AM Heart
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* BewareTheNiceOnes: Or rather, beware the seemingly polite, intelligent, mild mannered doctor who is apparently trying to help you. [[spoiler:He isn't.]]
29th Mar '18 11:55:59 AM BlindJustice-2515
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* {{Foreshadowing}}: "If it weren't for me, where would she (Alice) be? On the streets, selling her backside!" Seems like a fairly unremarkable comment at first, but then we learn about Dr. Bumby's scheme.


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* {{Irony}}: Pris thinks that homeless and dirt poor Alice would have ended up "on the streets, selling her backside!" if she hadn't placed her in Dr. Bumby's care. [[spoiler:Little did the old nurse know that the therapist was planing to pimp Alice out after erasing her compromising memories.]]
14th Mar '18 8:03:47 PM lilysakura220
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* LargeHam:

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* LargeHam:LargeHam:
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3rd Mar '18 4:48:55 PM Creek719
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* CatchPhrase: Averted. The Queen only says "off with her head" once in each game, and the second time is barely audible.

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* CatchPhrase: Averted. The Queen only says "off with her head" once in each game, and the second time is barely audible. In the first game, it borders on NonSequitur since while it's her first line in the game, she says it in a DullSurprise manner and without any context that would warrant the line.



* LargeHam: The Carpenter always speaks like this. Also the Walrus, right after [[spoiler: he crushes the starlet oyster onstage and starts gorging on everyone else.]]
* ManipulativeBastard: The Carpenter.
* RailroadTracksOfDoom: [[spoiler:The Carpenter and the Walrus are implied to be hit by the Infernal Train when it hurtles its way through the theatre.]]
* TheSociopath: The Walrus, enough said.
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* TattooedCrook: The Carpenter
* ThoseTwoBadGuys: Though to be honest the Walrus is the worse of the duo.
* UnderTheSea: Their base of operations is located here.
* VillainousGlutton: The Walrus upstages the dancing oysters so he can eat them.
-->'''The Walrus''': "Time to eat. Death is the ultimate equalizer. All have the right to be eaten!"
* WellIntentionedExtremist: [[spoiler: The Carpenter sunk ships to build the theatre town to protect the citizens from the Infernal Train, and also tries to protect the Wonderland itself from the hunger of the Walrus. Though he mutilates and feeds the town's citizens to the Walrus.]]
* WilyWalrus: Take a wild guess.
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[[folder: The Insane Children]]
Strange {{creepy child}}ren who can be seen around Wonderland. Possibly symbolising Alice's destroyed childhood and hospitalization, they do not appear to serve much purpose in the game but to be just strange random characters, some of whom are captured by the Mad Hatter and turned into automatons. They return in the sequel, occupying the Dollhouse.

* AscendedExtra: They may have a bigger role in the sequel. [[spoiler: They did.]]
* BodyHorror: Their brains are exposed. They have {{Glasgow Grin}}s cut into their faces. Their eyes are held permanently open...
* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: ...And oddly enough, they don't seem particularly distressed by their predicament in the second game.
* TheCloudcuckoolanderWasRight: They inform Alice of the Dollmaker.
* CreepyChild: There are many of them, all changing their mood every few seconds.
* CreepyDoll: In the sequel. [[spoiler: As the Dollmaker is actively hunting them down to turn them in fodder for the Infernal Train.]]
* GlasgowGrin: Their leader has this cut into her face.
* LaResistance: [[spoiler:They attempt one against the Dollmaker, but they're discovered and turned.]]
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[[folder: The Executioner]]
A giant Card Guard armed with a colossal scythe who appears in the now rotting Queensland where he chases Alice in the maze.

* AdvancingWallOfDoom: Several times, as you can't hurt him. [[spoiler: Then you find the cake...]]
* BodyHorror: Looks half-rotted, has a inhuman head and his body is covered by small tentacles.
* TheBrute: He's the toughest card guard.
* TheDragon: To the Queen.
* EverythingsDeaderWithZombies: Like his lesser brothers, he looks undead.
* EyeScream: Some tentacles went right throught his eyes.
* ImplacableMan: He really doesn't know when to stop!
* NighInvulnerable: He can't be damaged in any way.
* OhCrap: [[spoiler:When he sees Giant!Alice smirking at him, he's so scared shitless that he drops his scythe and jaw.]]
* SinisterScythe: Swings around a massive scythe bellowing, and can even dice his own men.
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[[folder: The Infernal Train]]
A gigantic locomative of impossible dimensions, the Infernal Train hurtles around Wonderland, reducing it to a CrapsackWorld.

* CoolTrain: As horribly destructive as the Train might be, there's no denying that it's design is ''extraordinary.'' It's basically an enormous flaming Gothic cathedral on wheels.
* EldritchLocation: [[spoiler: Alice enters it in the final stage.]]
* LocomotiveLevel: [[spoiler: Where the FinalBoss is.]]
* {{Pun}}: [[spoiler: It's a ''train'' of malicious ''thought'' running through Alice's mind/Wonderland, corrupting it.]] Not surprising, since the manifestor is [[spoiler: a psychiatrist]].
* RailroadTracksOfDoom: Slightly averted as we don't actually see any tracks.
* RunawayTrain: It has no railway.
* TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon: [[spoiler:In the last act, Alice must reach the Train and confront the Dollmaker for one last time.]]
* WalkingWasteland: It brings death everywhere it goes.
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[[folder: The Ruin]]
The industrial byproduct of the Infernal Train and the source of most of the enemies in the game, the Ruin is a thick, tarry substace that flows through evey area affected by the train, moulding itself into monstrous creatures that attempt to stop Alice on every step of her journey. These monsters take numerous forms: some are little more than oversized leeches, while others tower over buildings; some even form themselves into barriers to halt Alice's progress.

* AirborneMook: The Drifting Ruin.
* AttackItsWeakPoint: The Ruin's heads.
* BlobMonster: The Ruins are what happens when you drop doll's spare parts and train machinery into a lump of sapient tar.
* EliteMook: The Menacing Ruin.
* MiniBoss: The Colossal Ruin.
* MultiArmedAndDangerous: Many of the Ruin, usually with either doll limbs or goo arms.
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[[folder: The Dollmaker]]
The being behind the Infernal Train. Appears at first in the Dollhouse, where he's kidnapping the Insane Children and turning them into doll fodder for the Train.

* AchillesHeel: [[spoiler: The dollheads on his hands and his tongue.]]
* AttackOfThe50FootWhatever: His giant form.
* BackgroundBoss: You have to deal with his hands first.
* BadassInANiceSuit: [[spoiler: He's dressed like Bumby.]]
* BodyHorror: His face looks like melted wax, there's black goo dripping from his mouth, empty eye-sockets and ears which forms a crude "beard", his hands appear to have been stitched and ''nailed'' together and studded with doll faces, the "pockets" on his coat are actually drawers. [[spoiler: It goes FromBadToWorse when he goes OneWingedAngel.]]
* BossBanter: Not only does he threaten Alice during the boss battle, but he also uses his giant hands to make suggestive [[{{Squick}} hand gestures]] at her. Also, one of his attacks is to pinch Alice in a sexually suggestive manner. It's [[SickAndWrong really disgusting]] and you're probably gonna need BrainBleach when it's over.
* ButYouWereThereAndYouAndYou: [[spoiler: The Dollmaker is actually the Wonderland representation of Dr Bumby.]]
* CharacterTic: He has a tendency to adjust his collar during his talk with Alice.
* CreepyMonotone: And that's not the only thing creepy about him.
* DissonantSerenity: The Dollmaker never seems anything other than completely, unsettlingly calm, despite the horrible conditions in Wonderland (conditions that he himself caused). Even when Alice confronts him in the Dollhouse, he never loses that eerily calm demeanor.
* FinalBoss: And arguably the only true boss in the entire game.
* FingerPokeOfDoom: One of his attacks involves stomping you with two of his fingers.
* GiantHandsOfDoom: Not to mention hideously deformed, crudely nailed together and studded with doll faces. [[spoiler: During the final battle he turns them into actual puppets, complete with strings.]]
* HumanoidAbomination: [[spoiler: And he gets progressively ''less'' humanoid during the FinalBattle.]]
* IronicNurseryTune: Sings one for his dolls, which only makes him even creepier.
-->The train is coming with its shiny cars
-->With comfy seats and wheels of stars
-->So hush my little ones, have no fear
-->The man in the moon is the engineer
* KnightOfCerebus: The Dollmaker has no comedic elements to him and the atmosphere gets serious at the slightest mention of him. Even moreso when he and Alice finally meet.
* LeanAndMean: And really huge too.
* {{Leitmotif}}: The appropriately named [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=alf5N9fRg24 Pulling Strings]] which certainly helps give his screen time that added effect.
* LivingDollCollector: He captures the Insane Children and turns them into dolls so he can feed them to the Infernal Train, [[spoiler: just like Bumby, who hypnotizes his younger patients so that he can prostitute them.]]
* MookMaker: The sludge composing the Ruins is produced by his body.
* NailsOnABlackBoard: One of his attacks involves scraping a fingernail against the floor and sending a shockwave towards Alice. [[spoiler: Hilariously, after three turns at this, the Dollmaker actually hurts his finger trying to repeat the trick, allowing Alice a chance to attack.]]
* NonActionBigBad: He mostly stays underground (probably in the train), directing everything from behind the scenes and he and Alice only meet face-to-face in the Dollhouse. That said, when it comes time for the final showdown with Alice, he's no slouch
* OneWingedAngel: [[spoiler:When Alice confronts him in the head of the train, he has turned into a grotesque, serpentine BlobMonster made of sludge; his arms have been replaced by long puppet strings barely connecting his hands to his body, and a slimy tongue made of ooze and dollheads lolls out of his mouth.]]
* OrcusOnHisThrone: Stays undercover (probably in the train) for most of the game, and the only time he appears in the Dollhouse, he's sitting in the deepest pit of the place, waiting....
** Not that he hasn't been, ah, keeping himself busy... [[spoiler: Besides being the living source of the Ruin Alice has been fighting through, even before Alice meets him face to face, you can see the assembly line of dolls he's been making out of the insane children by the ''scores''.]]
* PsychopathicManchild: Makes immature and childish taunts during his boss fight.
* RazorWind: One of his attacks.
* TheReasonYouSuckSpeech: Gives one to Alice in the Dollhouse [[spoiler: rather neatly matching the one Bumby gives to Alice at the train station.]]
* TheSociopath: Considering who he represents, this is a given.
* WickedToymaker: He captures the Insane Children and turns them into dolls so he can feed them to the Infernal Train. Is also [[spoiler: the Wonderland representation of Alice's psychiatrist, who is trying to brainwash her into becoming a prostitute]].
* VoiceOfTheLegion: He sounds so inhuman.
* WouldHurtAChild: See LivingDollCollector above.
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* LargeHam: The Carpenter always speaks like this. Also the Walrus, right after [[spoiler: he crushes the starlet oyster onstage and starts gorging on everyone else.]]
* ManipulativeBastard: The Carpenter.
* RailroadTracksOfDoom: [[spoiler:The Carpenter and the Walrus are implied to be hit by the Infernal Train when it hurtles its way through the theatre.]]
* TheSociopath: The Walrus, enough said.
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* TattooedCrook: The Carpenter
* ThoseTwoBadGuys: Though to be honest the Walrus is the worse of the duo.
* UnderTheSea: Their base of operations is located here.
* VillainousGlutton: The Walrus upstages the dancing oysters so he can eat them.
-->'''The Walrus''': "Time to eat. Death is the ultimate equalizer. All have the right to be eaten!"
* WellIntentionedExtremist: [[spoiler: The Carpenter sunk ships to build the theatre town to protect the citizens from the Infernal Train, and also tries to protect the Wonderland itself from the hunger of the Walrus. Though he mutilates and feeds the town's citizens to the Walrus.]]
* WilyWalrus: Take a wild guess.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: The Insane Children]]
Strange {{creepy child}}ren who can be seen around Wonderland. Possibly symbolising Alice's destroyed childhood and hospitalization, they do not appear to serve much purpose in the game but to be just strange random characters, some of whom are captured by the Mad Hatter and turned into automatons. They return in the sequel, occupying the Dollhouse.

* AscendedExtra: They may have a bigger role in the sequel. [[spoiler: They did.]]
* BodyHorror: Their brains are exposed. They have {{Glasgow Grin}}s cut into their faces. Their eyes are held permanently open...
* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: ...And oddly enough, they don't seem particularly distressed by their predicament in the second game.
* TheCloudcuckoolanderWasRight: They inform Alice of the Dollmaker.
* CreepyChild: There are many of them, all changing their mood every few seconds.
* CreepyDoll: In the sequel. [[spoiler: As the Dollmaker is actively hunting them down to turn them in fodder for the Infernal Train.]]
* GlasgowGrin: Their leader has this cut into her face.
* LaResistance: [[spoiler:They attempt one against the Dollmaker, but they're discovered and turned.]]
[[/folder]]

[[folder: The Executioner]]
A giant Card Guard armed with a colossal scythe who appears in the now rotting Queensland where he chases Alice in the maze.

* AdvancingWallOfDoom: Several times, as you can't hurt him. [[spoiler: Then you find the cake...]]
* BodyHorror: Looks half-rotted, has a inhuman head and his body is covered by small tentacles.
* TheBrute: He's the toughest card guard.
* TheDragon: To the Queen.
* EverythingsDeaderWithZombies: Like his lesser brothers, he looks undead.
* EyeScream: Some tentacles went right throught his eyes.
* ImplacableMan: He really doesn't know when to stop!
* NighInvulnerable: He can't be damaged in any way.
* OhCrap: [[spoiler:When he sees Giant!Alice smirking at him, he's so scared shitless that he drops his scythe and jaw.]]
* SinisterScythe: Swings around a massive scythe bellowing, and can even dice his own men.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: The Infernal Train]]
A gigantic locomative of impossible dimensions, the Infernal Train hurtles around Wonderland, reducing it to a CrapsackWorld.

* CoolTrain: As horribly destructive as the Train might be, there's no denying that it's design is ''extraordinary.'' It's basically an enormous flaming Gothic cathedral on wheels.
* EldritchLocation: [[spoiler: Alice enters it in the final stage.]]
* LocomotiveLevel: [[spoiler: Where the FinalBoss is.]]
* {{Pun}}: [[spoiler: It's a ''train'' of malicious ''thought'' running through Alice's mind/Wonderland, corrupting it.]] Not surprising, since the manifestor is [[spoiler: a psychiatrist]].
* RailroadTracksOfDoom: Slightly averted as we don't actually see any tracks.
* RunawayTrain: It has no railway.
* TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon: [[spoiler:In the last act, Alice must reach the Train and confront the Dollmaker for one last time.]]
* WalkingWasteland: It brings death everywhere it goes.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: The Ruin]]
The industrial byproduct of the Infernal Train and the source of most of the enemies in the game, the Ruin is a thick, tarry substace that flows through evey area affected by the train, moulding itself into monstrous creatures that attempt to stop Alice on every step of her journey. These monsters take numerous forms: some are little more than oversized leeches, while others tower over buildings; some even form themselves into barriers to halt Alice's progress.

* AirborneMook: The Drifting Ruin.
* AttackItsWeakPoint: The Ruin's heads.
* BlobMonster: The Ruins are what happens when you drop doll's spare parts and train machinery into a lump of sapient tar.
* EliteMook: The Menacing Ruin.
* MiniBoss: The Colossal Ruin.
* MultiArmedAndDangerous: Many of the Ruin, usually with either doll limbs or goo arms.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: The Dollmaker]]
The being behind the Infernal Train. Appears at first in the Dollhouse, where he's kidnapping the Insane Children and turning them into doll fodder for the Train.

* AchillesHeel: [[spoiler: The dollheads on his hands and his tongue.]]
* AttackOfThe50FootWhatever: His giant form.
* BackgroundBoss: You have to deal with his hands first.
* BadassInANiceSuit: [[spoiler: He's dressed like Bumby.]]
* BodyHorror: His face looks like melted wax, there's black goo dripping from his mouth, empty eye-sockets and ears which forms a crude "beard", his hands appear to have been stitched and ''nailed'' together and studded with doll faces, the "pockets" on his coat are actually drawers. [[spoiler: It goes FromBadToWorse when he goes OneWingedAngel.]]
* BossBanter: Not only does he threaten Alice during the boss battle, but he also uses his giant hands to make suggestive [[{{Squick}} hand gestures]] at her. Also, one of his attacks is to pinch Alice in a sexually suggestive manner. It's [[SickAndWrong really disgusting]] and you're probably gonna need BrainBleach when it's over.
* ButYouWereThereAndYouAndYou: [[spoiler: The Dollmaker is actually the Wonderland representation of Dr Bumby.]]
* CharacterTic: He has a tendency to adjust his collar during his talk with Alice.
* CreepyMonotone: And that's not the only thing creepy about him.
* DissonantSerenity: The Dollmaker never seems anything other than completely, unsettlingly calm, despite the horrible conditions in Wonderland (conditions that he himself caused). Even when Alice confronts him in the Dollhouse, he never loses that eerily calm demeanor.
* FinalBoss: And arguably the only true boss in the entire game.
* FingerPokeOfDoom: One of his attacks involves stomping you with two of his fingers.
* GiantHandsOfDoom: Not to mention hideously deformed, crudely nailed together and studded with doll faces. [[spoiler: During the final battle he turns them into actual puppets, complete with strings.]]
* HumanoidAbomination: [[spoiler: And he gets progressively ''less'' humanoid during the FinalBattle.]]
* IronicNurseryTune: Sings one for his dolls, which only makes him even creepier.
-->The train is coming with its shiny cars
-->With comfy seats and wheels of stars
-->So hush my little ones, have no fear
-->The man in the moon is the engineer
* KnightOfCerebus: The Dollmaker has no comedic elements to him and the atmosphere gets serious at the slightest mention of him. Even moreso when he and Alice finally meet.
* LeanAndMean: And really huge too.
* {{Leitmotif}}: The appropriately named [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=alf5N9fRg24 Pulling Strings]] which certainly helps give his screen time that added effect.
* LivingDollCollector: He captures the Insane Children and turns them into dolls so he can feed them to the Infernal Train, [[spoiler: just like Bumby, who hypnotizes his younger patients so that he can prostitute them.]]
* MookMaker: The sludge composing the Ruins is produced by his body.
* NailsOnABlackBoard: One of his attacks involves scraping a fingernail against the floor and sending a shockwave towards Alice. [[spoiler: Hilariously, after three turns at this, the Dollmaker actually hurts his finger trying to repeat the trick, allowing Alice a chance to attack.]]
* NonActionBigBad: He mostly stays underground (probably in the train), directing everything from behind the scenes and he and Alice only meet face-to-face in the Dollhouse. That said, when it comes time for the final showdown with Alice, he's no slouch
* OneWingedAngel: [[spoiler:When Alice confronts him in the head of the train, he has turned into a grotesque, serpentine BlobMonster made of sludge; his arms have been replaced by long puppet strings barely connecting his hands to his body, and a slimy tongue made of ooze and dollheads lolls out of his mouth.]]
* OrcusOnHisThrone: Stays undercover (probably in the train) for most of the game, and the only time he appears in the Dollhouse, he's sitting in the deepest pit of the place, waiting....
** Not that he hasn't been, ah, keeping himself busy... [[spoiler: Besides being the living source of the Ruin Alice has been fighting through, even before Alice meets him face to face, you can see the assembly line of dolls he's been making out of the insane children by the ''scores''.]]
* PsychopathicManchild: Makes immature and childish taunts during his boss fight.
* RazorWind: One of his attacks.
* TheReasonYouSuckSpeech: Gives one to Alice in the Dollhouse [[spoiler: rather neatly matching the one Bumby gives to Alice at the train station.]]
* TheSociopath: Considering who he represents, this is a given.
* WickedToymaker: He captures the Insane Children and turns them into dolls so he can feed them to the Infernal Train. Is also [[spoiler: the Wonderland representation of Alice's psychiatrist, who is trying to brainwash her into becoming a prostitute]].
* VoiceOfTheLegion: He sounds so inhuman.
* WouldHurtAChild: See LivingDollCollector above.
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* BadassGrandpa: Incredibly spry for an elderly man. [[spoiler: The work he's done on himself is probably to blame.]]



* CoolOldGuy: Incredibly spry for an elderly man. [[spoiler: The work he's done on himself is probably to blame.]]



* AcePilot: Pilots Alice into the Fortress of Doors without a scratch.



* BadassGrandpa: Pilots Alice into the Fortress of Doors without a scratch.
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