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Alice speaks in Olde English, and does not use modern technology. She also rides a horse everywhere, instead of a car. She believes everything made after the Renaissance, and modern values and practices just plain suck.
Alice acts like a cavewoman.
Downplayed: Alice wears modern clothes and technology, but repeatedly stresses on the superiority of old-fashioned values over modern decadence and selfishness. Whether she is right, or simply not seeing the bad in the old ways, is not determined.
Deconstructed: Everyone thinks Alice is a Cloudcuckoolander, and she's thus alienating herself from others. She could also be missing out on a lot of good things of the modern era...like modern medicine.
Reconstrcted: Alice learns that there's a time and a place for everything, and that modern stuff isn't all bad. She still likes the Middle Ages, but is able to channel that interest into something like studying medieval literature, or becoming a better DM. And because she isn't speaking in Olde English all the time, people understand her and get to know her, instead of staring and whispering.