History Characters / AmericanMcGeesAlice

2nd Dec '15 10:32:21 PM megagiga43
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* [[ManChild Woman Child]]: In ''Madness Returns'', despite having a VagueAge, she is still like the little girl from the original story. However, her physical design shows off how ShesAllGrownUp.

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* [[ManChild Woman Child]]: In ''Madness Returns'', despite having being a VagueAge, young adult, she is still like the little girl from the original story. However, her physical design shows off how ShesAllGrownUp.
2nd Dec '15 10:31:37 PM megagiga43
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* VagueAge: In both games it's very difficult to tell exactly how old Alice really is.
2nd Dec '15 10:29:41 PM megagiga43
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* GoodIsNotNice: She's the nicest person in the game, but anger her and she'll hurt you.

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* GoodIsNotNice: She's the nicest person in the game, but anger piss her her and she'll hurt you.
24th Nov '15 2:47:09 PM LadyJaneGrey
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* OriginalCharacter: He's the only boss in the first game not based on a character in Lewis Carroll's books



* BigGuyLittleGuy: Dee is large and fat, Dum is short and stout.



* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: The Tweedles disappear after their boss fight and are not seen again. However, they do fall apart if defeated in the boss fight so they may die.
** [[spoiler: They make an appearance in ''Madness Returns'' while they're busy treating a bald Alice in a straightjacket, but this apparently is a hallucination.]]

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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: The Tweedles disappear after their boss fight and are not seen again. However, they do fall apart if defeated in the boss fight so they may die.
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die. [[spoiler: They make an appearance in ''Madness Returns'' while they're busy treating a bald Alice in a straightjacket, but this apparently is a hallucination.]]
21st Nov '15 5:31:31 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* NotAfraidToDie: She tells this to the Caterpillar word-for-word, saying she might actually ''welcome'' death. Of course, he tells her that might be the ''least'' of her problems.



* SummoningArtifact: The Demon Dice can summon demons to kill enemies, but they may attack Alice.
* SuperMode: Hysteria Mode introduced in the sequel.

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* SummoningArtifact: The Demon Dice can summon demons to kill enemies, the strength of the demon depending on the number rolled, but they may attack Alice.
* SuperMode: Hysteria Mode introduced in the sequel.SuperMode:


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** Hysteria Mode introduced in the sequel.
21st Nov '15 5:17:09 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* AscendedExtra: In the first game, they only make brief appearances; in the second, however, they become bona fide villains.



* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Both are pretty crazy, but the March Hare is more saner than Dormy. However, the third teaser for ''Madness Returns'' shows the March Hare and Dormy twice as worse than they were in the first game and the Hare now looks totally off the bend.
** It turns out that the March Hare and Dormy have now embraced their automaton forms in ''Madness Returns'', and they now rule the Mad Hatter's clockwork empire. Dormy has definitely flipped his lid, screaming and cackling insanely, though the March Hare seems more cool-headed.

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* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Both are pretty crazy, but the March Hare is more saner than Dormy. However, the third teaser for ''Madness Returns'' shows the March Hare and Dormy twice as worse than they were in the first game and the Hare now looks totally off the bend.
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bend. It turns out later that the March Hare and Dormy both have now embraced their automaton forms in ''Madness Returns'', and they now rule the Mad Hatter's clockwork empire. Dormy has definitely flipped his lid, screaming and cackling insanely, though the March Hare seems more cool-headed.
21st Nov '15 5:07:05 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* FallenHero: As shown in the introduction, the Hatter was the one who saved Alice from dying in the fire along with her family, waking her up in time for her to flee. Clearly, he degenerated greatly during the interim.
13th Nov '15 12:10:38 PM Tsukiyo
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* TheConfidant: ''Madness Returns'' shows that Lizzie trusted Alice with her secrets. [[spoiler:Thanks to this, Alice could put together the trut behind the fire by remembering her talking about Bumby.]]



* AloofBigSister: Downplayed. Lizzie loved her sister, but one memory has Ratcliff suggesting that Lizzie was already too old to be Alice's playmate.



* RapeAsDrama: [[spoiler:Lizzie is raped by Dr. Bumby, who then kills her and burns down the Liddell house to cover his tracks. Considering this is the catalyst for the whole plot and how it is used to reveal Dr. Bumby's true character and intentions (not to mention how horrified Alice is to hear of it) this very well classifies as this trope.]]
* SpiritedYoungLady: Through Alice's memories, we see that Lizzie was a well-educated lady, talented at playing the piano and speaking French, but also once smoked a cigarette (she found it disgusting) behind her parents' backs, escaped a [[YouAreGrounded grounding punishment]] and was overall a bit of a sharp-tongued girl.

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* 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.
* PrimalFear: Lizzie hated locked rooms and any kind of confiment, calling them "a prison by another name". [[spoiler:Which makes the fact of her room being locked the night of the fire much more strange for Alice.]]
* RapeAsDrama: [[spoiler:Lizzie is was raped by Dr. Bumby, who then kills her and burns down the Liddell house to cover his tracks. Considering this is the catalyst for the whole plot and how it is used to reveal Dr. Bumby's true character and intentions (not to mention how horrified Alice is to hear of it) this very well classifies as this trope.]]
* SpiritedYoungLady: Through Alice's memories, we see that Lizzie was a well-educated lady, talented at playing the piano and speaking French, but also once smoked a cigarette (she found it disgusting) (and was thinking on trying pipe) behind her parents' backs, escaped a [[YouAreGrounded grounding punishment]] and was overall a bit of a sharp-tongued girl.



* StalkerWithACrush: [[spoiler:Elizabeth was extremely squicked out by his behaviour towards her. Then he came to believe she was 'teasing' him...]]

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* StalkerWithACrush: [[spoiler:Elizabeth was extremely squicked out by his behaviour towards her. The creep even attempted to follow her to the ladies' bathroom once. Then he came to believe she was 'teasing' him...]]


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* BrokenBird: She has fallen hard after the death of the Liddell family, and will always say to Alice that girls need leave their Wonderlands as "the real world is not so wonderful".
1st Oct '15 4:32:23 PM Homoeructus
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** Or rather, to resemble a straitjacket.
21st Sep '15 12:08:52 AM LovePsychothefirst
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* {{Womanchild}}: In ''Madness Returns'', despite having a VagueAge, she is still like the little girl from the original story. However, her physical design shows off how ShesAllGrownUp.

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* {{Womanchild}}: [[ManChild Woman Child]]: In ''Madness Returns'', despite having a VagueAge, she is still like the little girl from the original story. However, her physical design shows off how ShesAllGrownUp.
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