!!Victorian Characters
[[folder: Alice Liddell]]

The heroine of Lewis Carroll's classic books, Alice fell into a catatonic state when her family died in a house fire. Spending ten years in Rutledge Asylum in her coma, Alice stirs when reunited with her toy rabbit, awakening in Wonderland, now a CrapsackWorld ruled by the tyrannical Queen of Hearts. Alice, with Vorpal Blade in hand, strives to save Wonderland and her own sanity. In ''Alice: Madness Returns'', she has left the asylum but now living in a London orphanage under the care of psychiatrist Dr. Bumby. However, lingering suspicions about the fire send her on another trip into Wonderland to uncover the truth, and darker secrets around her.

* ActionGirl: Hell yeah! But only in Wonderland. Combat is non-existent in the London segments in the sequel. In one cutscene in ''[[VideoGame/AliceMadnessReturns Madness Returns]]'', she gets [[WouldHitAGirl knocked out]] by a pimp.
* AdaptationalBadass: In case you thought this was [[Disney/AliceInWonderland Disney's Alice]], you are wrong.
* AngstComa: Goes into a catatonic state after her family die, and she's stuck in it for ten years.
* AntiHero: She'll go through Hell for others, but only if doing so helps her.
* AttackOfThe50FootWhatever: At a segment of the Queen's Castle in ''Madness Returns'', there is the classic 'eat me' cake waiting for Alice to take a nibble. No points for guessing what happens next.
* AxCrazy: Shows signs of it in promotional material, often covered in blood and grinning psychotically when slaughtering her enemies. She also has an "[[SuperMode Hysteria Mode]]" in ''Madness Returns'', where Alice turns into a white, ghoulish figure bleeding from the eyes, and her attacks are more vicious and deadly.
* BattleInTheCenterOfTheMind: Most of the series takes place in Alice's mind, Wonderland being an allegorical form of her psyche.
* BerserkButton: In the sequel, the fire and issues relating to it aren't so much a BerserkButton as a ''psychological trigger.'' When Radcliffe dares to suggest that Alice was responsible for the death of her family, Alice actually blacks out, and after waking up, speculates that she ripped his head off. Later in the game, after making the effort to poke at Alice's berserk button [[spoiler: Dr Bumby ends up getting kicked in front of a train]].
* BigNo: Twice.
** When the Jabberwock reveals she may have been responsible for her parents' deaths.
** When the Cheshire Cat is killed.
* {{BFG}}: The Blunderbuss. It has a lot of heavy ammo.
* BoyishShortHair: Under the enormous hat of the Hattress dress, Alice's hair has been cropped.
* BrokenBird: ''Madness Returns'' shows her happy ending at the end of the first game was short lived. She had a relapse and placed in a London orphanage.
* BrokenPedestal: [[spoiler: Dr. Bumby becomes this to her when she realizes that he destroyed her life.]]
* CatGirl: The Cheshire dress turns Alice into one of these; as the name implies, it resembles the Cheshire cat, naturally sporting the same emaciated build, short grey fur, long tail and glowing yellow eyes.
* ChangingClothesIsAFreeAction: When re-entering Wonderland, her clothes automatically switch to their Wonderland Counterparts. Heck, in between the sequel's levels, her clothes suddenly change without prompt or reason.
* ChessMotifs: The Checkmate dress is ''made'' of chess-pieces and other chess-related motifs. To be specific, the boots are tipped with rounded heads that makes them resemble pawns; her skirt is patterned on a a chessboard; her bodice forms the shape of a rook; her shoulder-pads are knights; her armlets look like bishops; finally, at the centre of her signiature waist ribbon is the head of a King chesspiece.
* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Though not straight-up crazy, Alice's time stuck in the asylum has left her a little bit eccentric. She wants to function in the normal world, but she's struggling to conquer her insanity.
* TheConfidant: ''Madness Returns'' shows that Lizzie trusted Alice with her secrets. [[spoiler: Thanks to this, Alice could put together the truth behind the fire by remembering her talking about Dr. Bumby.]]
* CreepyChild: When younger, definitely.
* CuteAndPsycho: Played with. She is insane and very beautiful, but she wants to lose the psycho part.
* {{Cyborg}}: The Hattress dress; here, Alice's left arm has been replaced with a {{clock|Punk}}work [[ArtificialLimbs prosthesis]], her Waist Ribbon is now a cog protruding from her lower back, and her eyes appear to be mechanized as well.
* DarkIsNotEvil: A classic example. Despite the fact that she's mentally unstable and normally shown wielding a blood-dripping knife, she never actually does anything evil, and only kills freakish abominations who are attacking her. In the second game, Doctor Wilson even mentions that she has a "hero-complex".
* DeadpanSnarker: Some of her deliveries are pretty flat and unamused.
-->'''Alice (to the Jabberwock):''' You and my dentist's assistance have a lot in common.
* DeathDealer: She fights with deadly playing cards.
* DefrostingIceQueen: She acts so depressed and cruel, but mellows out a bit in the course of both games.
* DropTheHammer: The croquet mallet in the first game, and the Hobby Horse in the sequel.
* EarnYourHappyEnding:
** Played straight in the first game. After defeating the Red Queen, Alice [[spoiler: revived her fallen friends]] and became normal again. At least until ''Madness Returns''.
** Played with. [[spoiler: In the end of ''Madness Returns'', Alice has only become half sane, as demonstrated by her visualizing both Wonderland and London at the same time. This turns out to be her mastering an ability to travel between the subconscious and material realms, explored in ''Alice Otherlands''. However, she got over her family's death and avenged them by killing the true culprit.]]
* EeriePaleSkinnedBrunette: The second game makes her this to show her BrokenBird status.
* EvilCounterpart: Alice's guilt, anger, madness, etc. take the form of The Queen of Hearts and the Jabberwock.
* EyesDoNotBelongThere: The Fleshmaiden Dress has a large eyeball set just above Alice's right breast, and another one at the centre of the waist ribbon.
* FisherKing: Wonderland's crappiness (or, preferably, lack thereof) depends on her sanity.
* FootprintsOfMuck: Going barefoot in the Fleshmaiden dress, Alice's feet are soaked in blood.
* GatlingGood: The Pepper Grinder acts like a gatling gun.
* GiantWaistRibbon: Most of Alice's dresses sport these, usually with a skull or face at the centre.
* GirlWithPsychoWeapon: The Vorpal Blade. The game cover makes her look evil, but she is more of an AntiHero.
* GoodIsNotSoft: [[spoiler: Punishes Dr. Bumby by forcing him in front of an oncoming train.]]
* GoodSmokingEvilSmoking: In ''Madness Returns'', she smokes Caterpillar's pipes in order to access certain parts of the level. It's not clear if she smokes in real life though.
* GoodWingsEvilWings: The Caterpillar dress sports a pair of tiny butterfly wings.
* GrenadeLauncher: The Teapot Cannon fires grenades of boiling tea.
* HappilyEverAfter: Alice saves Wonderland and leaves the asylum at the end of the game to start a new life - Though by ''Madness Returns she's not any better off''. Evolves into a EarnYourHappyEnding scenario at the end of the second game.
* HartmanHips: The animators didn't want to give her big breasts, so they took this option instead.
* HatesBeingTouched: Implied by the side conversations in the London parts.
* HeelRealization: [[spoiler: Alice gets one when she realizes she was so blinded by her self-pity and selfishness that she went into complete denial about Dr. Bumby erasing the memories of the orphans and pimping them to pedophiles.]]
* HellishPupils: While wearing the Hattress dress, Alice's pupils resemble tiny copper gears. Meanwhile, the eyeballs on the Fleshmaiden Dress has a heart-shaped pupil.
* HiddenHeartOfGold: She's a very nice person beneath her grumpy, snarky behaviour, but she has to live in a WorldOfJerkass so she hides her innocence.
* IJustWantToBeNormal: Alice wants to conquer her insanity and live a normal life, but she has trouble with her inner demons.
* AnIcePerson: The Ice Wand can freeze enemies.
* ImprobableWeaponUser: Along with the Vorpal Blade, Alice uses various weapons made from toys. This includes an explosive jack-in-the-box, a flamingo-shaped croquet mallet, demon-summoning dice, and a [[{{BFG}} blunderbuss]].
** ''Madness Returns'' introduces the [[GatlingGood gatling gun-like Pepper Grinder]], [[DropTheHammer the Hobby Horse]], the [[GrenadeLauncher Teapot Cannon]] and White Rabbit Clockwork Bombs.
* JerkassFacade: Developed one of these in ''Madness Returns'' to hide her inner pain from everyone. She acts like a stuck up jerk to everyone, but she's very hurt on the inside.
* KickTheSonOfABitch: [[spoiler: Murdering Bumby.]]
* KindheartedCatLover: In the beginning of the sequel she tries to befriend a cat.
* KnifeNut: The Vorpal Blade is her best weapon.
* LittleMissSnarker: Alice openly speaks her mind, insulting friends and foes alike. She even compared the Jabberwock to her dentist's assistant after he scolds her for being late.
* MeatMoss: Being themed after the Red Queen's palace, the Fleshmaiden dress is ''made'' from this, complete with random sproutings of teeth and eyeballs.
* {{Ms.Fanservice}}: Not an overt example, but ''Madness Returns'' shows that ShesAllGrownUp.
* MonochromaticEyes: Wearing the Fleshmaiden turns the irises of Alice's eyes a pale, off-white colour.
* NiceHat: Three of them. First, the Late But Lucky dress, which features a stylish top hat with enormous rabbit ears protruding from the brim; the Hattress dress comes complete with a replica of the Hatter's hat; finally, the Caterpillar dress gives Alice a fez.
* 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.
* NotSoStoic: There are numerous points in the second game where her deadpan manner gives way to sheer horror, her memories of the fire being the most obvious. [[spoiler: When she confronts the Dollmaker- and his real-world counterpart, Dr Bumby- she's all but screaming in rage and grief.]]
* ParasolOfPain: Alice uses an umbrella as her shield in ''Madness Returns''.
* RefusalOfTheCall: Alice has no interest in doing Caterpillar's bidding until the White Rabbit is murdered.
* RoaringRampageOfRevenge: Most prominent in the second game when she learns that the house fire was no accident.
* ShesAllGrownUp: ''Madness Returns'' features a very mature, beautiful Alice.
* ShutUpHannibal: [[spoiler: In her final confrontation with Bumby, he mocks her, telling her that no-one will ever believe any of her accusations against him and he'll get away scott-free. Alice's response? She shoves him into the path of a moving train. Long story short, he was wrong.]]
* SlasherSmile: [[spoiler: When she kills Dr. Bumby with a KarmicDeath.]]
* SmarterThanYouLook: [[spoiler: Dr. Bumby]] acknowledges that she's not as stupid as everyone assumed.
* 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:
** Alice can also take on three different forms in the first game by coming into contact with different items. She can become a horned demon, gain insect powers, and can turn invisible.
** Hysteria Mode introduced in the sequel.
* SurvivorGuilt: Alice believed for many years that she should have died with her family.
* TechnicolorEyes: When she wears the Late But Lucky dress, Alice's eyes are bright pink.
* TentacleRope: Rather literal case with the Fleshmaiden dress, where the waist ribbon is actually made from a single knotted tentacle.
* TimeBomb: The Jack O'Bomb in the first game, and the Clockwork Bomb in the sequel.
* TooManyBelts: The Hattress dress is layered with numerous belts and buckles, all the better to hold a cyborg together.
** Or rather, to resemble a straitjacket.
* TookALevelInCynic: In ''Madness Returns'', Alice's optimism has taken a serious fall when her insanity returns. [[spoiler: It's later revealed that Dr. Bumby wanted this to happen since he's really brainwashing her.]] Fortunately, she gets better.
* TookALevelInCheerfulness: In the end of both games, Alice regains her optimistic hope once more.
* WhatTheHellHero:
** The Jabberwock launches this on Alice, accusing her of not bothering to even attempt to save her family, leading to Alice having a HeroicBSOD.
** The Cheshire Cat, the Mad Hatter, Caterpillar and the Queen of Hearts all chastise Alice for allowing the Infernal Train to destroy Wonderland. Caterpillar himself also disparages Alice for [[spoiler: ignoring the plight of the other orphans at Houndsditch Orphanage until it was too late to save them from Bumby's treatments.]]
* WhenSheSmiles: She looks so happy when she genuinely smiles. Unfortunately, she's never had [[BrokenBird reasons to smile that much before.]]
* [[ManChild Woman Child]]: In ''Madness Returns'', despite being a young adult, she is still like the little girl from the original story. However, her physical design shows off how ShesAllGrownUp.
* YouMonster: Regards [[spoiler: Dr. Bumby]] as this.

[[folder: Doctor Hieronymous Q. Wilson]]
Alice's [[TheShrink psychiatrist]] at Rutledge Asylum. For ten years he looks after her, keeping notes on her condition in his casebook. He never physically appears in the game until the sequel, and can only be heard as TheVoice. He is assisted by '''Nurse D.''', a kind nurse working in the asylum.

* BedlamHouse: Works in the unpleasant Rutledge Asylum.
* {{Diary}}: His casebook for Alice comes with the game and hints a lot at his personality and relationship with Alice.
* FlorenceNightingaleEffect: Male version. Some of his lines in the game's booklet imply that he'd become fond of Alice and despite his good intentions wasn't entirely broken up at the thought that she'd remain under his care if she never got better.
* TheShrink: By his own admission, he's a Type 2, well-meaning, but not especially useful, particularly since he notes that Alice's recovery was her own doing.
* TheVoice: In the trailer of the game.

[[folder: Alice's Family]]
Alice's parents and sister Elizabeth, or "Lizzie". They died in a house fire, Alice suffering from survivor's guilt and went into her AngstComa. It is hinted in ''Madness Returns'' that the house fire may not be an accident after all.

* AloofBigSister: Downplayed. Lizzie loved Alice dearly, but one memory has Dr Wilson suggesting that Lizzie was too old to be much of a playmate to her little sister (they were approximately ten years apart in age).
* DeathByOriginStory: Her parents and sister die in the house fire, leading to Alice's catatonia.
** 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.
* GoodParents: The memories reveal that they were this to Alice.
* HeavySleeper: One memory has Lizzie commenting how their parents fall 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.
* 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 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 (and was thinking on trying the pipe) behind her parents' backs, escaped a [[YouAreGrounded grounding punishment]] and was overall a bit of a sharp-tongued girl.

[[folder: Doctor Angus Bumby]]
Alice's new psychiatrist in Victorian London, Dr. Bumby hypnotizes his patients to help them deal with their problems, though he seems overtly focused on making Alice forget Wonderland.

* BigBad: [[spoiler: "Why can't you give me the same influence as the Queen, Alice? Surely I'm just as worthy of respect?" The Queen is rather unhappy about this turn of events, leading her to form an EnemyMine with Alice.]]
* BitchInSheepsClothing: Comes off as a polite, intelligent, mild mannered doctor who is trying to help Alice.[[spoiler:He isn't. He forces young children into prostitution, raped Alice's sister Lizzie, strangled her, and burned down their family home to cover his tracks.]]
* BlueAndOrangeMorality: Most of the recovered memories of him show a very firm belief in the necessity of an efficient mind, to the point that "unproductive" memories should be discarded, and damaging memories should be forgotten altogether. [[spoiler: Furthermore, according to the Dollmaker, he thought turning children into mindless sex slaves was performing a service to the public. Of course, given the sadistic delight displayed by his real-world incarnation when confronted over this, it's possibly just a cover for the enjoyment he gets out of brainwashing orphans.]]
* BeardOfEvil: [[spoiler: He sports a goatee and performs unethical brainwashing on his own patients.]]
* BrainwashingForTheGreaterGood: [[spoiler: Or so he claimed. His gleeful delight in this "service" doesn't lend itself to him doing it for altruistic reasons.]]
* BrokenPedestal: [[spoiler: Becomes this to Alice when exposed as the villain.]]
* DepravedBisexual: [[spoiler: There are a few scenes that imply that not all of his "employees" are girls]].
* EvilGenius: [[spoiler: He's a very intellectual man for a pimp.]]
* EvilMentor: He tried to save Alice's mind, [[spoiler: but he was really doing it for his own selfish reason.]]
* FinalBoss: [[spoiler: He's the Dollmaker.]]
* FourEyesZeroSoul: [[spoiler: He's the BigBad behind the second game, a depraved rapist and sociopath. His glasses are recurring psychological trigger for Alice, having been terrified by them as a child.]]
* FauxAffablyEvil: [[spoiler: He's a very horrible person under his therapist guise.]]
* HospitalHottie: Examining a picture of him has Alice remark that, apart from his slightly crooked nose, he is very classically handsome.
* HumanoidAbomination: [[spoiler: His Wonderland form is just as grotesque as the Queen's from the previous game. See "The Dollmaker" below.]]
* ItsAllAboutMe: [[spoiler: Killed Lizzie and her parents because he thought she was teasing him. He thought of himself as the real victim.]]
* JerkWithAHeartOfJerk: Helped Alice with therapy so [[spoiler: he could erase her memories of a crime he committed while also making her into another prostitute for him.]]
* JerkassHasAPoint: [[spoiler: Tells Alice that he's a KarmaHoudini to her face. She then decides to fix that problem.]]
* KarmaHoudini: [[spoiler:{{Defied|Trope}}. In his final scene, he brags about how no one will ever believe all the terrible things he did right to Alice's face, and that no one [[CassandraTruth would believe her if she told them]]. Alice takes the matter into her own hands...]]
* KarmicDeath: [[spoiler: His Wonderland incarnation attempts to destroy Wonderland via the Infernal Train. After she finds out that he was that one that murdered her parents and her sister, she pushes him in front of a train in the real world.]]
* KickTheDog: [[spoiler: After raping Lizzie, he sets her house on fire. This kills Alice's family and causes all the hell in the games.]]
* LeanAndMean: As well as being thin as a rake, his introduction also makes it clear that he's not exactly being gentle in curing his patients, at one point snapping that Alice's preference "doesn't signify." [[spoiler: But it's not until the end that Alice realizes just how mean he really is.]]
* LivingDollCollector: [[spoiler: He spends his time wiping the memories of children so he can sell them into prostitution. He never actually refers to them as dolls but Lizzie and Alice make the connection enough for it to carry over into his Wonderland incarnation.]]
* ManipulativeBastard: Gives Alice free therapy, [[spoiler: so he can erase her memories of the crime he committed and make Alice as his next prostitute.]]
* MindRape: [[spoiler: Psychologically stripping kids down into mindless dolls. For "good" ''and'' profit. This becomes even more obvious in Wonderland, where his wonderland persona attacks with two hands that, on top of mimicking sexual gestures at Alice, attack by grabbing her in a manner that manages to seem almost entirely sexual. He's literally raping her mind.]]
* MorallyAmbiguousDoctorate: Aside from telling his patients to discard "useless" memories, [[spoiler: he also brainwashes children.]]
* NecessarilyEvil: [[spoiler: His in-Wonderland incarnation attempts to justify his prostitution of the children in his care. It becomes glaringly apparent that he actually does it for his own profit and sadistic amusement.]]
--> [[spoiler:'''The Dollmaker''': I provide... a service. In the great and awful metropolis, appetites of all sorts must be gratified.]]
* NiceJobFixingItVillain: [[spoiler: Revealing that he was evil to Alice makes her kill him and indirectly leads to Alice getting over her guilt, making effective progress on her regaining sanity.]]
* NonActionBigBad: [[spoiler: Doesn't fight at all in the real world.]]
* NotGoodWithRejection: [[spoiler: When Elizabeth said no, he stalked, raped, and killed her.]]
* OhCrap: Has this reaction [[spoiler: when Alice kills him.]]
* PoliticallyIncorrectVillain: [[spoiler: Let's just say sexism is a key part of his character.]]
* PsychopathicManchild: [[spoiler: Bumby is actually quite articulate and restrained, but it's clear from his horrendous actions - towards Lizzie in particular - that he's nothing more than a brat who can't handle being denied what he wants. In the final confrontation both Bumby's real world self and his Wonderland avatar are shown to be very petulant, with the Dollmaker spending most of the boss battle making obscene gestures.]]
* PsychoPsychologist: [[spoiler: The fact that he's a psychologist and a {{Yandere}} qualify him as this.]]
* ScaryShinyGlasses: They're even used to symbolize Alice's memories of him.
* TheShrink: His profession.
* SmallNameBigEgo: Alice notes that she thinks he talks too much with high vocabulary just to hear himself speak.
* TheSociopath: [[spoiler: Thinks very little about the lives he ruins. He cares about nothing more than making money.]]
* StalkerWithACrush: [[spoiler: Elizabeth was extremely squicked out by his behaviour towards her. The creep even attempted to follow her to the ladies' toilets once at Waterloo Station. Then he came to believe she was 'teasing' him.]]
* TheStoic: Has no real emotion [[spoiler: until confronted by Alice.]]
* UnderestimatingBadassery: Thinks very little of Alice and assumes that she's helpless. [[spoiler: This ends up getting him killed when confronted by her.]]
* VillainWithGoodPublicity: [[spoiler: A fact he brags of, leading to a very KarmicDeath.]]
* WalkingSpoiler: It's pretty hard to talk about him unless you've finished the game.
* WouldHurtAChild: [[spoiler:In the most horrific ways possible.]]
* WouldHitAGirl: [[spoiler: He killed Lizzie after raping her.]]
* WhyDidYouMakeMeHitYou: [[spoiler:His belief that Elizabeth was "teasing" him, which led to... [[RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil well]]...]]
* {{Yandere}}: [[spoiler: The memories reveal that he was obsessed with Elizabeth and killed her after rejecting his advances.]]

[[folder: Nurse Pris Witless]]
A grouchy ApronMatron who works in the orphanage along with Dr. Bumby and helped out Alice after she left the asylum. However, she seems to be a bit of an EvilMatriarch, ultimately going so far as to blackmail Alice by threatening to tell the police about how she was "responsible" for the death of her family. She also has a thing for [[HomelessPigeonPerson pigeons]].

* ApronMatron: Acts like a kind old lady but is a bit of a manipulative cow, blackmailing Alice to give her money in exchange for her silence regarding Alice's misguided confession of killing her parents, actually referring to her survivor's guilt.
* AxCrazy: The memories reveal that she enjoys watching executions.
* BitchInSheepsClothing: She may look a kindly old lady who likes feeding the birds at first glance, but don't be fooled.
* BornInTheWrongCentury: A memory reveals her to consider herself this, as she longs to live in the days when public beheadings were still legal.
* EvenEvilHasStandards: She really hates prostitution.
* EvilOldFolks: Blackmails a mentally unstable little girl.
* FauxAffablyEvil: She acts like a kindly old woman, but she blackmails a young girl into doing free work for her and demands bribes.
* GagNose: Making her similar to the Mad Hatter.
* HomelessPigeonPerson: Averted. She has pigeon coops on a rooftop which Alice often visits.
* {{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.]]
* KarmaHoudini: She's a complete asshat throughout the entire game, and nothing happens to her.
** In early previews, reviewers were told that she fell off the roof and Alice was framed for her death. However, this seems to have been removed for the final version.
** She also was to be brutally murdered in her apartment as seen at the end of the beta trailer.
* KickTheDog: Blackmailing an orphan girl.
* LackOfEmpathy: Instead of comforting Alice when she overhears how guilty she feels because of her parents' death, she ''blackmails her''.
* LadyDrunk: The memories reveal this about her.
* TheSociopath: A manipulative bitch, who enjoys watching executions.

[[folder: Nan Sharpe]]
Alice's former nanny. She has fallen on hard times and now is a HighClassCallGirl. She is motherly towards Alice and is an EthicalSlut.

* 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".
* CinderellaCircumstances: Was once the nanny of the Liddell family but presumably their deaths led to her taking up a job as a prostitute and bar maid.
* EthicalSlut: She is not afraid to insult any clients who are rude or aggressive.
* HighClassCallGirl: She owns her own building for her business.
* HookerWithAHeartOfGold: Takes Alice to meet Radcliffe after rescuing her from a fire started by her disgruntled client.
* MamaBear: Still looking out for Alice ten years after her family died.

[[folder: Wilton Radcliffe]]
Alice's family lawyer who kept her toy rabbit after she left Rutledge Asylum. He does not take many clients now, but is portrayed as being a bit dismissive and rude, yet sympathetic towards Alice, though he still wants to get as much money as possible from her.

* AManOfWealthAndTaste: Collects rare Japanese artifacts.
* AmoralAttorney: Played with. While he is a greedy jerk, he will help his clients when paid.
* FatBastard: He enjoys money a lot.
* ForeignCultureFetish: The man loves Asian art, which his house is filled with. It's what influences the {{Wutai}} stage in Alice's mind.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Radcliffe sees Alice's desire to find out what happened on the night of the fire to be futile, but he still supports her.
* JerkassHasAPoint: Tells Alice that she doesn't have enough concrete evidence to support her claims that the house fire was not an accident.
* PetTheDog: Helps Alice uncover the truth on her family's death.
* PokeThePoodle: Takes Alice's rabbit doll as compensation of payment.
* PunchClockHero: For money, he'll do whatever it takes to help his clients.

!!Wonderland Characters
[[folder: The Queen of Hearts]]
The BigBad of the first game, the tyrannical Queen of Hearts has conquered Wonderland. She is the EvilCounterpart to Alice, the darkness in her heart, defeating her will allow Alice to overcome her madness.

* BackFromTheDead: To serve a new purpose during the second game, hiding Alice's true childhood memories.
* BadassBoast: Her speech to Alice after revealing her true self and connection to Alice.
* BigBad: [[spoiler: Only of the first game, though. The Queen is actually quite pissed off that Alice has allowed Dr. Bumby to "take her role" in the sequel.]]
* BishonenLine: Averted in the first game, in which she pulls a OneWingedAngel to become a far more grotesque creature. [[spoiler: After her defeat in the first game, she manifests herself as a CreepyChild in the sequel. She still has lots of tentacles, but her main "body" is more human than the creepy, horned form from the first game.]]
* 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.
* CombatTentacles: Her defining trait, long red tentacles resembling arteries and veins.
* CreepyChild: Her appearance in the sequel is, [[EvilCounterpart appropriately]], that of a young Alice.
* DemotedToExtra. Subverted. The Queen feels this has happened to her in ''Madness Returns'', angry that Alice has allowed someone to take over her role as a second voice and influential force in her mind.
* EldritchAbomination: Her true form could give Cthulhu a run for his money. Her true form is a towering mound of flesh and tentacles, sporting the faces of the Hatter and Alice inside her head, and can summon the Jabberwock's head as a flamethrower.
* EnemyMine: [[spoiler:She offers Alice guidance in her fight against Dr. Bumby and the Infernal Train in the sequel.]]
* EvenEvilHasStandards: The Dollmaker is such a monster that even ''she'' hates him.
* EvilCounterpart: Literally. [[spoiler: But not to Alice. Instead to her sister Elizabeth.]]
* EvilOverlord: [[spoiler: Although she still reigns over the Red Kingdom in the second game, her overall influence has decreased significantly thanks to the arrival of the Infernal Train. It's defeated at the end of the game, so it's safe to say she'll probably try to regain her lost power.]]
* GodSaveUsFromTheQueen: As always.
* HairTriggerTemper: But, of course. The Queen orders for Alice to be executed as soon as she steps foot into her throne room.
* HeelFaceTurn: [[spoiler: The Queen advises Alice in the sequel, although very begrudgingly. It seems like she just wants to be left alone and is only assisting Alice because the Infernal Train is a threat to them both.]]
* HumanoidAbomination: The Queen is connected to Wonderland itself through her tentacles and her whole castle is her body. Her second form is a massive mass of tentacles, with the Mad Hatter's head in her mouth, and Alice's head in his. The Jabberwock's head appears on one of the Queen's tentacles.
* KarmicDeath: [[spoiler: Being a manifestation of Alice's madness, she is technically killed by herself.]]
* LargeHam: In the sequel.
* LesserOfTwoEvils: The Queen would be ''much'' preferred - despite her actions and methods - to [[spoiler:The Infernal Train]].
* ManipulativeBastard: The Queen's entire plan was to lure Alice to her castle to personally destroy her and prevent the real Alice from ever awakening from her catatonia.
** More specifically, her end game was a SplitPersonalityTakeover. The Queen would have become Alice's dominant personality had her plot not been foiled and Alice would have suffered the Queen's fate of being cast into the dark recesses of her mind and forgotten.
* RapePillageAndBurn: Willing to do this to Wonderland as long as Alice gets to her castle.
* ThoseTwoBadGuys: The Queen's most direct minions are the Jabberwock and the Mad Hatter.
* VoiceOfTheLegion: In ''Madness Returns'', when she talks in her CreepyChild form a [[EvilSoundsDeep deeeper voice]] is heard along with her pitch high voice.

[[folder: The Cheshire Cat]]
The grinning cat acts as Alice's guide around Wonderland as well as her best friend. Along with his CheshireCatGrin, the cat is emaciated in appearance, has a pierced ear, and is tattooed all over his body.

* 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 brown and grey in the artwork, but is blue in the game.
* BackFromTheDead: Returns alive and well in ''Madness Returns''.
* BodyHorror: The poor cat is horribly emaciated. Not that he seems to care.
* TheCameo: In ''Alice Otherlands'' as a hot air balloon in the "Leviathan" short.
* CatsAreMagic: Of course.
* CatsAreSnarkers: This one is. The following exchange in the sequel:
-->'''Alice:''' Don't try to bully me. I'm very much on edge.
-->'''Cheshire:''' Purrrfect. When you're not on edge, you're taking up too much space.
* CheshireCatGrin: Naturally, only it looks also like a SlasherSmile.
* CrypticConversation: Every conversation with the Cheshire Cat is a riddle in itself.
* DarkIsNotEvil: He's practically skin and bones, and his CheshireCatGrin looks like a SlasherSmile, but he's an ally through and through.
* DeadpanSnarker: Even in the worst of times, he never fails to get a good snark.
* FamousLastWords: The Cheshire Cat's warning to Alice before his death.
-->'''The Cheshire Cat''': You and this Red Queen cannot both survive, you're two parts of the same-- (decapitated)!
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: He acts snarky and condescending, but he's also Alice's best friend.
* KeepingSecretsSucks: The Cheshire Cat knows of Alice and the Queen's connections, but does not reveal until it's too late.
* NonHumanSidekick: Alice's constant companion in both games.
* OffWithHisHead: How he dies in the first game. Fortunately, Alice brings him back to life after defeating the Queen.
* SlasherSmile: His grin acts as one of these.
* SmugSmiler: His grin is this more so than an evil smile.
* StepfordSmiler: He's just as scared about what's happening in Wonderland as Alice is.
* TeleportersAndTransporters: He teleports around a lot.
* UnexplainedRecovery: He returns unharmed in the second game with no explanation on how he survived.
** [[FridgeBrilliance Considering the Cheshire Cat is known for losing his head]]...
* VitriolicBestBuds: Condescending snark aside, he's genuinely PlatonicLifePartners with Alice.

[[folder: The White Rabbit]]
One of Alice's main allies. He summons her to Wonderland and forces her to [[FollowTheWhiteRabbit follow him yet again]]. He's still obsessive about time and quick on his feet.

* BackFromTheDead: He returns in the intro of ''Madness Returns'', but promptly dies yet again.
* ButtMonkey: Gets killed ''twice'' by the villain.
* CruelAndUnusualDeath: In the first game, he's squashed like a bug by the Hatter. In the second game, his head explodes.
* DemotedToExtra: Only makes very minor appearances in the sequel, once in the intro, and later as the host of the optional Radula Room battle stages.
* DownTheRabbitHole: And into hell.
* FollowTheWhiteRabbit: The main purpose of the first part of the game.
* HairRaisingHare: He's quite feral-looking despite wearing a waistcoat and top hat.
* 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.
* NiceHat: His top hat.
* SorryImLate: Tries to get Alice to apologise for making him wait for her; when it was ''him'' who ran off to leave her running after him.
* SquashedFlat: PlayedForDrama. He's crushed to death under the Mad Hatter's foot.
* YourHeadASplode: In the opening scene of the sequel!

[[folder: Caterpillar]]
The wisest guy in Wonderland, the Caterpillar wears a fez hat and smokes from a hookah pipe. Perhaps the sanest character in Wonderland, Caterpillar acts as the Oracle and as TheOmniscient one that hints to Alice that she must confront her fears and guilt to save herself and Wonderland. In ''Madness Returns'', he lives in the Oriental part of Wonderland and now has a wiseman appearance to him. He transforms into a butterfly.

* BigCreepyCrawlies: He's a nice big bug though.
* ButterflyOfDoom: He transforms into one in trailer three of ''Madness Returns'', but it turns out he is still a protagonist.
* GoodSmokingEvilSmoking: As always, he's quite fond of his hookah.
* MadOracle: Not exactly mad, but since he's in Wonderland, he might as well be crazy.
* MagicMushroom: He tells Alice to eat one, which just so happens to be guarded by a giant, angry centipede.
* TheMentor: Provides the only useful advice to her in both games. The Cat is the only other assist she gets.
* NiceHat: Wears a fez.
* TheOmniscient: He knows everything.
* OneWingedAngel: Non combat example: in ''Madness Returns'' he turns into a butterfly.
* OnlySaneMan: By Wonderland standards.

[[folder: The Mad Hatter]]
Once a friend to Alice, the Mad Hatter had a FaceHeelTurn and became a time-obsessed MadScientist who wants to turn everyone into mindless automatons. He actually represents Alice's fear, pointing out to her that she fears much. He runs a warped version of Rutledge Asylum where insane children are imprisoned, and his own friends have been turned into scientific experiments. In the sequel, his steampunk empire has been taken over by the March Hare and Dormouse, leading Alice to form an alliance with the Hatter to bring them down.

* AndYouWereThere: The Mad Hatter is based on the warden of Rutledge Asylum, what with his tortuous experiments and asylum of his own.
* ArsonMurderAndJaywalking: His rant in the sequel:
-->:"The world is upside-down, Alice! The inmates are running the asylum- no offense. And worst of all... I'm left tea-less!"
* BackFromTheDead: Rebuilt in the first level of the sequel game.
* BeAsUnhelpfulAsPossible: [[spoiler:In the sequel, he spends his last moments trying to have a tea party with the Hare and the Dormouse while ignoring Alice demanding him to help her to the train. To be honest he was genuinely shocked, while Alice [[OutOfCharacterMoment wasn't too kind either]].]]
* ClockPunk: The Mad Hatter's entire asylum is encased inside a giant glass clock container.
* ClockworkCreature: [[spoiler: It turns out the Mad Hatter is actually a clockwork man himself.]]
* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Crazy about time and turning everyone into machines. In the sequel he's less malicious, but still so doolally as to be virtually useless in a conversation. See ArsonMurderAndJaywalking.
* CoolOldGuy: Incredibly spry for an elderly man. [[spoiler: The work he's done on himself is probably to blame.]]
* DeathEqualsRedemption: [[spoiler: He dies but later is resurrected as a good guy again.]]
* DroppedABridgeOnHim: [[spoiler:The Mad Hatter dies in the sequel when debris from his factory falls on him and his dead friends.]]
* FaceHeelTurn: Has gotten dangerous since ''Literature/AliceInWonderland''.
* 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.
* GagNose: Makes him similar to Nurse Pris.
* HeelFaceTurn: He teams up with Alice in ''Madness Returns'' to defeat the March Hare and Dormouse.
* ITakeOffenseToThatLastOne: His rant in ArsonMurderAndJaywalking.
* ImprobableWeaponUser: In his boss fight, the Hatter attacks Alice with a gun cane, exploding tea cups, and missiles fired from his top hat.
* LeanAndMean: Very tall with skinny limbs and hunchback to boot.
* TheMadHatter: The man himself, but now a villain, mad scientist and twice as crazy.
* MadScientist: Emphasis on mad.
* NeverTrustATrailer: In the trailer of the game, Alice and the Mad Hatter are shown having a tea party together - just as the Hatter pulls on a lever and a ''circular saw'' comes out behind Alice to butcher her lower body. This never appears in the game.
* NiceHat: As traditional.
* NightmarishFactory: The Mad Hatter's domain becomes a giant tea factory in the sequel and to [[spoiler: build the Infernal Train.]]
* RoomFullOfCrazy: He owns his own asylum where everyone is bonkers.
* TheSociopath: In the first game at least.
* SpotOfTea: The Mad Hatter invites Alice to tea after she defeats Tweedledum and Tweedledee.
* SwordCane: Actually a gun cane. Could count as a {{BFG}}.
* YourHeadASplode: [[spoiler: His head explodes upon his death.]]

[[folder: The Jabberwock]]
The Queen's champion and the second main antagonist of the game. Based on the "Literature/{{Jabberwocky}}" poem and the creature described in it, the Jabberwock represents Alice's guilt and repeatedly tries to break her before she reaches the Queen's castle. He was previously killed as in the poem, but was resurrected by the Mad Hatter who has given him steampunk wings and a kiln for a heart. He is eventually destroyed by Alice.

* BreakingSpeech: The Jabberwock mocks Alice and hits home that she's responsible for her parents' deaths.
-->'''The Jabberwock''': You selfish, misbegotten and unnatural child! YOU smelled the smoke! But you were in dreamland taking tea with your friends; you couldn't be bothered! Your room was protected and spared while your family upstairs roasted in an inferno of incredible ''horror''!
* DemBones: Implied to have been resurrected in ''Madness Returns'' but is found as a skeleton by Alice.
* TheDragon: Literally, to the Queen. He's the main enforcer in her army.
* EvilCounterpart: To the Gryphon. Both act as the second in command to the hero and the main villain.
* EyeScream: The Gryphon slashes his eye out, allowing you to complete the Eye-Staff.
* FireAndBrimstoneHell: The Jabberwock hangs out in the Land of Fire and Brimstone, in a burnt out replica of Alice's house.
* HighAltitudeBattle: The Jabberwock gets into an aerial fight with Gryphon.
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: The player must create the Jabberwock's Eyestaff to use as a weapon against the Jabberwock.
** Furthermore when he's defeated his kiln-heart goes out of control, burning him from the inside out.
* KilledOffForReal: Since Alice resolves her guilt at the end of the first game, he does not appear again.
* LargeHam: He has heavy emphasis in his growling voice.
* OurDragonsAreDifferent: Our dragon is a steampunk one. His head also looks quite outlandish, with those whiskers and those rodent fangs...
* PlayingWithFire: His heart is a kiln and he can set Alice on fire.
* SteamPunk: Every time he moves, steam is smoking out of him.
* TheSociopath: A violent monster, who is also very good at [[BreakThemByTalking breaking people through words]].

[[folder: Gryphon]]

The strongest member in Alice's batch of allies. Gryphon is a mythical creature, a mix between a lion and an eagle, which courage to match. He leads Alice's army to destroy the Jabberwock.

* BigDamnHeroes: As Alice seems to be defeated by the Jabberwock, he appears and attack the monster.
* BusCrash: Gryphon is dead from the get-go in ''Madness Returns''.
* HeroicSacrifice: Dies protecting Alice from the Jabberwocky ''knowing'' that he didn't stand a chance.
* HighAltitudeBattle: With the Jabberwock.
* TheLancer: To Alice. He's the main leader in her army.
* MixAndMatchCritters: He's half lion, half eagle.
* NobleBirdOfPrey: A brave and heroic half eagle.
* OnlySaneMan: In the Hatter's Asylum where you find him.
* OurGryphonsAreDifferent: He talks, and probably is amongst the sanest creatures of Wonderland.
* HighAltitudeBattle: With the Jabberwock.

[[folder: The Mock Turtle]]
The crybaby Mock Turtle has had his shell stolen by the Duchess and asks Alice to retrieve it for him. A member of the resistance, the Mock Turtle offers to point Alice to Caterpillar's hideout. When Alice regains his shell, she is labelled an "honourary reptile".

* MixAndMatchCritters: He's half bull, half turtle. Fitting since he's Gryphon's best friend.
* RemovableShell: The Duchess stole it from him an Alice goes to retrieve it.
* TookALevelInCynic: He was a lot optimistic in the first game. By the second game, he's become so depressed that he hides from the rest of the world.
* TurtlePower: He helps Alice swim underwater for an extended period of time.
* WaterIsAir: To the Mock Turtle. He breathes perfectly well underwater.
* WoodenShipsAndIronMen: In the sequel, Mock Turtle has become admiral and captain of the HMS Gryphon, named after his fallen friend.

[[folder: The Gnome Elder]]
Elder of the Torch Gnomes in the Village of the Doomed. Alice seeks out the Gnome Elder to fly her to the Fortress of Doors to find the ingredients for the shrinking potion. He has a beard, smokes a pipe, and flies in a cool old school aircraft. He appears to also be able to teleport.

* AcePilot: Pilots Alice into the Fortress of Doors without a scratch.
* BadassBeard: Sports a long grey one to show he's in charge.
* TheDumbledore: Also shared with Caterpillar. He's the most helpful guy in the game.
* OldMaster: He kind of acts like one, being a skilled chemist.
* OriginalCharacter: The Gnome Elder never existed in the Lewis Carroll books.
* OurGnomesAreWeirder: Well he is in Wonderland.
* SmokingIsCool: Even though he and Alice run about an enemy-infested school house, he remains calm and continues smoking from his pipe.

[[folder: Bill [=McGill=]]]
Bill [=McGill=] is the lizard chimney sweep who tried to force Alice out of the White Rabbit's house in the books. Here, he is now a handyman chameleon with a taste for brandy. He was kicked out of his house by the deranged Duchess and meets Alice when she arrives to obtain the Mock Turtle's shell. He speaks in a London east end accent, and speaks mostly contradictory nonsense.

* TheAlcoholic: He repeatedly asks Alice for brandy.
* DirtyCoward: Bill offers to help Alice fight the Duchess, but as soon as he approaches the house, he runs off screaming. However, he comes in after the boss fight to have some leeches clean up the Duchess' corpse.
* TheEngineer: Judging by his clothes.
* TheFatalist: He claims that everyone will die sooner or later in the war against the Queen.
* HollywoodChameleons: Bill's skin changes colour.

[[folder: The Duchess]]
The first boss fight in the game. The Duchess is a cannibalistic ogre of a woman who has been corrupted by the black pepper previously owned by her deranged cook. She is on the run from the Queen, taking over Bill's house and eats anyone who ventures near the house. She is pretty fast and wields a pepper shaker like a gun.
* AxCrazy: in the first game.
* AffablyEvil
* AristocratsAreEvil: The Duchess is a villain in this game. Poor soul.
* BigEater: Eats a lot of people.
* ContinuityNod: In the Duchess' hideout, there is a framed photo of a pig on the wall. This is likely the Duchess' son who turned into a pig as a baby, Alice commenting that he'd become "a very ugly child, or a very handsome pig."
* DeathByIrony: [[spoiler: The Duchess gets so intoxicated by the pepper she uses that she sneezes to the point that she causes her own head to explode, making her the first casualty of the game aside from Alice's parents.]]
* FaceHeelTurn: Once a friend to Alice, the Duchess turns from a relatively kind and jolly woman to a monstrous, cannibalistic ogre.
** She has a HeelFaceTurn in the sequel, asking Alice to find pig snouts for her to make a stew from them. Ironically, [[AllThereInTheManual Alice preferred her when she was evil]].
* FatBastard: She's not nice.
* {{Gonk}}: To UncannyValley levels.
* ImAHumanitarian: Tries to eat Alice in the first game, much to the latter's chagrin.
-->'''Alice:''' I'm ''not'' edible!
* ImprobableWeaponUser: She uses a pepper shaker like a gun. She gives it to Alice in the sequel. She can also toss explosive piglets at her.
* MonsterClown: Has this appearance in the first game.
* PepperSneeze: She sneezes a lot, leading to [[spoiler: her eventual death.]]
* TrademarkFavoriteFood: The Duchess gains a taste for pig snouts in ''Madness Returns''. Which is ironic since her child is a piglet.
** Then again, Pig apparently tastes very similar to [[ImAHumanitarian her preferred diet in the first game]], so it could be said she's weaning herself off of people by eating the next best thing.
* UnexplainedRecovery: Apparently she survived having her head explode.
* VillainousGlutton: She's always cooking.
* YourHeadAsplode: How she dies in the first game. She got better.

[[folder: The Chess Pieces]]
The White and Red Chess Pieces dwell in the Pale Realm, constantly at war with one another. The White Pieces are aligned with Alice, and the Red Pieces with the Queen of Hearts. The Red King has the White Queen kidnapped and executed, and then appears as a boss. Alice must travel across the giant chessboard with a white pawn to restore the White Queen.

* TheBrute: The Rooks. They're the toughest goons in the game.
* ChessMotifs: The White Queen is removed from the battle by the Red Pieces, forcing Alice to go to the other end of the chessboard and sacrifice a pawn to restore the queen.
* DamselInDistress: The White Queen.
* DemotedToExtra: In the sequel they're found in some puzzles in the Queensland (which seems to have merged with their original land).
* FrickinLaserBeams: The Bishops. They only shoot at you.
* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler: In the sequel you must slay the King at his own request in order to enter the Queen's palace.]]
* HumanChess: The chess pieces are alive and mostly human, aside from the knights who are demented-looking horses.
* OffWithHisHead: The White Queen is decapitated by the Red King via a guillotine. That is until Alice resurrects her using a pawn.

[[folder: The Voracious Centipede]]
A giant angry-minded centipede who wears an old German war helmet. He guards the Mushroom of Life and commands an army of insects. He acts as the second boss fight in the game.
* AxCrazy: He even looks the part.
* AchillesHeel: The scar.
* BigCreepyCrawlies: He is one, commands an army of them, and can summon bloodsucking bugs to kill Alice.
* BloodKnight: He ''wants'' to fight you alone.
* BugWar: Alice goes up against the centipede's army of bugs.
* CoolHelmet: He wears an old German war helmet called a Pickelhaube.
* CreepyCentipedes: He ''is'' a centipede and very creepy.
* EvilCounterpart: Arguably to the Caterpillar.
* GoodScarsEvilScars: Has a visible wound on his underbelly.
* MagicMushroom: The centipede's treasure is the Mushroom of Life which Alice can use to grow larger.
* OriginalCharacter: He's the only boss in the first game not based on a character in Lewis Carroll's books
* PuttingOnTheReich: Dresses in Nazi armor.
* TacticalSuicideBoss: His main move consist in slamming the ground: by doing so he exposes his weak point.

[[folder: Tweedledum and Tweedledee]]
The Mad Hatter's freaky minions. Tweedledum is a short obese dwarf, whilst Tweedledee is a large, fat man. Both wish to eat Alice, possessing the ability to split like Russian dolls to create clones and fly around using their propeller hats.

* AndYouWereThere: The Tweedles are based on two orderlies that menaced Alice in the asylum. She angrily declares she'll beat them senseless upon encountering the twins in Wonderland.
* BigGuyLittleGuy: Dee is large and fat, Dum is short and stout.
* CoolHat: Their propeller hats allow them to fly, despite their heavy weights.
* DualBoss: Naturally they fight Alice together.
* EvilMinions: They clone themselves.
* EvilTwin: There are two of them, and more when they split apart.
* GiantMook: Tweedle Dee at least.
* RecursiveReality: Subverted. The Tweedles can split their bodies apart like Russian dolls to create clones.
* ThoseTwoBadGuys: As always.
* 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.]]

[[folder: The March Hare and the Dormouse]]
The Mad Hatter's former friends, the March Hare and Dormy are sadly tortured and turned into lab rats. Alice encounters the two whilst exploring the Hatter's warped asylum, but is unable to save the two. In ''Madness Returns'', both have now overthrown the Mad Hatter and rule his clockwork empire and have embraced their mechanical bodies.

* AscendedExtra: In the first game, they only make brief appearances; in the second, however, they become bona fide villains.
* BadBoss: They've become ''worse'' than the Hatter.
* BladeBelowTheShoulder: The March Hare in the sequel.
* BodyHorror: Oh, the poor fellas. The March Hare is half automaton, and his eyelids and lips have been pulled apart with belts. The Dormouse is also half automaton, strapped to an operation table with his ''intestines'' on display.
* {{Corrupt Corporate Executive}}s: They aren't in the second game, but it's more-or-less stated that their factories are modeled on the deplorable nature of Victorian factories.
** They have many parallels to Soviet revolutionaries as well: they overthrew the Hatter's tyranny only to start their own, and many of their catchphrases are mockeries of Communist ones.
* ClockworkCreature: They're made of gears.
* ClockPunk: They're made of gears.
* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Both are pretty crazy, but the March Hare is more sane 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 later that the 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.
* ColdBloodedTorture[=/=]BeingTorturedMakesYouEvil: The Hatter brutally tortured the duo. As a result they turn the tables on him, but become ''worse''.
* CutsceneBoss: In ''Madness Returns''.
* FaceHeelTurn: By the second game they've turned evil.
* HairRaisingHare: The March Hare.
* HumongousMecha: The March Hare and Dormouse bring out one to fight Alice but it is [[CurbStompBattle curb stomped]] by the Mad Hatter.
* KillerRabbit: Two adorable creature horribly mutilated into killing machines.
* MadnessMantra: [[spoiler: A good worker is a live worker! Paid to live and work! A bad worker, is a dead worker; and vice versa! Don't be a bad worker, bad workers are slaves! And dead! Payday for good workers has been suspended indefinitely! Payday for bad workers is CANCELED! A good worker is a live worker! Paid to live and work! A bad workeró"]]
* TheLabRat: A literal case for Dormy. In ''Madness Returns'', he now has wheels.
* PreAsskickingOneLiner: "Let the madness begin! Resume the folly..." [[spoiler: Then, a [[DroppedABridgeOnHim giant teapot fell on their mecha]]....]]
* TogetherInDeath: [[spoiler:All three of the tea party trio die together when the Mad Hatter's domain collapses.]]
* UnexplainedAccent: In Madness Returns, the March Hare has a Scottish accent that wasn't present in the first game.
* YouDirtyRat: The Dormouse.

[[folder: Humpty Dumpty]]
Humpty Dumpty makes a minor cameo in the game, sitting on a wall, physically in pieces smoking a cigar. He doesn't speak to Alice but instead hints to her where the Blunderbuss weapon is hidden.

* BodyHorror: His shell is broken apart, and you can see his boiled insides.
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* CigarChomper
* EasterEgg: He only cameos, but is meant to point out the hiding place and existence of the Blunderbuss.
* EggMcGuffin: Subverted and cleverly reversed. He ''is'' the egg and hints at the presence of a different Macguffin.
* GoodScarsEvilScars: His shell is cracked in several places, evoking a heavily scarred appearance.
%% commented out as Administrivia/ZeroContextExample * HeroicMime

[[folder: The Dodos]]
The Dodos are victims of the March Hare and Dormouse's steampunk antics. A whole flock of dodos have been tortured and are now used as slaves to run the factory's machines.

* BodyHorror: Some wear head contraptions like that from ''Film/AClockworkOrange'', which attach them to giant wheels that they run on to power the factory. All have no feathers and have been turned into some from of ClockworkCreature. Several have been roasted for no reason.
* BrokenBird: Averted, but quite literal.
* EyeScream: Most have ''screws in their eyes''.

[[folder: The Walrus and the Carpenter]]

The infamous characters from Lewis Carroll's poem of the same name. In the sequel, both are [[ThoseTwoBadGuys villains]]. The Carpenter rules over the [[UnderTheSea Deluded Depths]] as a ManipulativeBastard showman who runs a CarnivalOfKillers. The Walrus is his GiantMook, who lusts over the dancing oyster girls and may want to either eat them or do questionable things to them.

* AxCrazy: The Walrus. [[spoiler: So much that the Carpenter wanted to keep him away from the new Wonderland.]]
* AssholeVictim: [[spoiler: The Walrus is killed by the Infernal Train.]]
* BilingualBonus: Their theater production ''Totentanz'' is German for "Dance of Death"
* ButYouWereThereAndYouAndYou: The Carpenter is loosely based on Jack Splatter, while the Walrus is mirrored by "the Walrus Man" from a Circus poster Alice comes across.
* CarnivalOfKillers: The Carpenter hosts a theatre where he allows his performers and audience to be eaten by the Walrus.
* CloudCuckoolander: The Walrus has a tendency to go off on completely unrelated topics.
* DropTheHammer: The Carpenter carries a large hammer with him, which is implied to be a weapon in the artbook.
* FatBastard: The Walrus, who has no redeeming qualities at all.
* GiantMook: The Walrus fits this although he seems to be intelligent and theatrical.
* EvilRedhead: The Carpenter.
* HeroicSacrifice[=/=]RedemptionEqualsDeath: [[spoiler:The Carpenter moves Alice out of the way of the Train and tells her about the Caterpillar before his demise.]]
* TheGrimReaper: The Walrus dresses as one onstage, complete with skull mask and scythe.
* LeanAndMean: The Carpenter.
* LargeHam: