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Invoked: The faithful now praise God in terms that would please a selfish little girl, instead of a megalomaniacal old man.
Exploited: The Inquisition now wear pastel-toned uniform and are armed with Holy Hand Grenade that explode into deadly, flesh-ripping rainbow-colored blast upon detonation, so they may keep their political power. Talk about unexpected...
Alice does not just looks like she's ten years old, she also has the mental maturityand self-control of one, and her constant humor changes are way too dangerous, her followers are always in fear she could destroy the world on a whim or a tantrum, and since Alice always gets whatever she wants, she develops a rather egocentric and despotic view of the world as her playground.
One day Alice stopped being a little girl, and the world became infinitely more horrifying. After some penitence on her creations' part (which includes sacrificing copious amount of cakes and sweets, which had become rare), she decided to back to being a little girl again, problem solved.
It was just a phase, and after some time, Alice grew up mentally, gained control over her powers and became a more benevolent deity... while still looking young and enjoying simple girlie things like sweets and dolls.
Implied: While we never see one of her artifacts, Alice's golden headband which could only fit a young girl.