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Students whose loyalties are ambiguous, undecided, or who just don't care for the rivalry.
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    The Three Little Pigs 
Sons of the original Three Little Pigs, or the one that survived. Frequently used for visual gags, and the go-to swine for delivering plot important objects.

    The Three Billy Goats 
Sons of the original Three Billy Goats Gruff from the story of the same name. They serve the same role as background characters like the Three Pigs.
  • Kick the Dog: The three of them took Cerise's lunch once, fortunately she was in a good mood that day.
  • Those Two Guys: Occasionally appear on the background from time to time.

    Helga and Gus Crumb 
Children of Hansel and Gretel. These identical cousins are gluttonous and unlikeable, and while they don't really hang around the Royal students, they do belong to the faction... sort of. They're actually Headmaster Grimm's cronies.
  • Big Eater: When it comes to cakes and sweets.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Not really "evil", but they are jerks and they genuinely love each other.
  • Food as Bribe: The cousins would likely have no loyalty to Headmaster Grimm if he didn't supply them with candy.
  • Gasshole: The belching variant. Their excessive eating habits are prone to making them into this.
  • Nonstandard Character Design: They are shorter and built more roundly than the other students, even though they're likely the same age.
  • Those Two Bad Guys

    Bella and Brutta Sister 
The sisters from The Tale of Two Sisters. The first known characters to refuse to sign the Storybook of Legends, and thus proto-Rebels. After discovering her unsigned Story in the Story Book of Legends, Raven and Apple spend the first book searching for an answer to Bella's fate.
  • Cain and Abel: What their tale was supposed to be, Bella would be beautiful on the outside but ugly on the inside and surrounded by flies while Brutta would be ugly on the outside but beautiful on the inside and be surrounded with butterflies, Bella would be jealous of Brutta's butterflies and after killing her own flies would try to kill Brutta, fail, and be cursed with ugliness. In reality though Bella didn't hate her sister and really disliked people saying Brutta was ugly, when she wasn't. The two adored each other and couldn't stand their destiny, so they used the old wishing well to run away.
  • Canon Foreigner: They only appear in the Storybook of Legends trilogy. Also in a meta sense as they're from an original fairy tale the author of those books wrote.
  • Flies Equals Evil: Bella was destined to be a villain and surrounded by a swarm of flies.
  • Informed Attribute: According to Bella, Brutta wasn't ugly and she found people calling her sister that to be incredibly mean.
  • Posthumous Character: To the point where they eventually find Bella's skeleton. Later, this is subverted, the skeleton's fake for sure and she's more than likely still alive.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: In-universe example. We still don't know what exactly happened to the sisters or where they are now. All we know is that they ran away to some far away land and have never been heard from again.

    Kitty Cheshire
Voiced by: Bekka Prewitt.

Daughter of the Cheshire Cat from Alice in Wonderland. More of a Cat Girl than an actual cat. While labelled as a Rebel in merchandise, in-universe she chooses to remain neutral and just amuse herself observing the mayhem the Royal/Rebel battle or her own pranks causes.

  • Amazing Technicolor Population: Pale lavender.
  • Animal Eyes: Cat-like slits, to go with her overall feline look.
  • Cats Are Mean: She loves causing chaos and confusion just for the sake of it, which fits with her legacy of the mischievous Cheshire Cat.
  • Cat Girl: Barely qualifies, due to her only natural feline features being her eyes, but she often wears cat-ear headbands and she has a tail in ''Way Too Wonderland'.
  • Cheshire Cat Grin: A given.
  • Chaotic Neutral: In-Universe. She refuses to be aligned with Royals or Rebels and cites sowing chaos as the reason.
  • Elegant Gothic Lolita: Her basic look, with dark colors, Mega Twintails, and a fancy dress.
  • Everyone Has Standards: She may love sowing chaos and causing trouble, and even indulge in some slapstick, she draws the line at destroying Ever After.
  • Exact Words: Her mom told her she'll tell the way to break the riddles book's curse if she could get to her. She then places a board that could freeze people if they misstep. Kitty then remembers she could just teleport to the tower, since her mom just said Kitty needed to get to her, but not how.
  • Femme Fatalons: Kitty is the only girl animated with distinctive blue fingernails.
  • Forgot I Could Fly: In Spring Unsprung, she forgot about her ability to teleport out of stress and fear for her friends.
  • Fourth-Wall Observer: A Wonderlandiful World reveals that she can hear the narrator as well as Maddie. She even becomes the narrator briefly when the group splits up. Kitty's Curious Tale shows that she can hear both narrators of the web episodes, and spends all day trolling them. Unlike Maddie though, Kitty ignores them most of the time and makes sure they can't read her thoughts.
  • It Kind of Looks Like a Face: Her signature outfit is patterned on damask wallpaper, which is known for having supposed "hidden faces" in its patterns. When one looks closely, one can see kittens hidden in the pattern, referencing her ability to fade away and teleport.
  • Jerkass: In the Webisodes she has not done a single nice thing, though she does help empower the Wonderland Grove with madness.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: In the books she helps prove Maddie innocent and in A Wonderlandiful World where while she is still catty and aloof she is very helpful and even saves the Mad Hatter, and when given a chance to go home she instead returns to her friend's side. In Spring Unsprung she helps save Ever After by getting her mom to tell them how to remove the curse of the riddle book. Her A Day in the Limelight moments in the books show that she is not nearly as mean and aloof as she would like everyone to think, especially in her short story which has her becoming angry at some kid for making fun of Cedar, her almost friend, being unwilling to prank a depressed Raven, and worrying over Lizzie's homesickness. Then there are her actions in the main story lines
  • Loophole Abuse: Uses this on her own mother, much to Momma Cheshire's delight.
  • Odd Friendship: She considers Lizzie to be as close as a sister, and Maddie, her roommate, is counted as one of her best friends. Though as Kitty gets more characterization through the books and webisodes it becomes less odd and more heartwarming.
  • O.O.C. Is Serious Business:
    • In Maddie's Hat-tastic Party, Kitty is shown to be genuinely distressed that Wonderland Grove is losing its magic.
    • Anything about Wonderland is very important to Kitty, about the only time she will be nicer is if a situation involves Wonderland or when she is helping someone from Wonderland.
  • The Prankster: Her very first appearance involves saddling the Pied Piper, her music teacher, with a swarm of rats. Her appearance in The Cat Who Cried Wolf has her being a LOT less harmless with her threatening to reveal the truth about Cerise's family...or should we say pack.
  • Pretty in Mink: Several of her outfits have fur accents.
  • Sleepyhead: Kitty does enjoy her catnaps.
  • Teleportation Spam: She can teleport anywhere much like her mother can, but if she uses it in rapid session or carries things/people it will tire her out quickly.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: In the third book, although it might have been the Jabberwocky's magic affecting her behavior. She helps Maddie, Lizzie and Cedar save the school and teleports Maddie's dad away from the Jabberwocky even though she's terrified of it. In Spring Unsprung she starts acting nicer when she realizes her mother's prank is getting out of hand, and it seems to be sticking as of Way too Wonderland.
  • Troll: She purposely started a food fight between the Royals and Rebels in The Day Ever After, and instigated the Treasure Vault fiasco in the second book when it was already getting out of control.
  • "Well Done, Daughter!" Gal: Spring Unsprung shows that she really values her mother's approval when it comes to pranks. Too bad Momma Cheshire doesn't think much of them.
  • Wild Card: Not affiliated with the Royals or the Rebels. In Kitty's Curious Tale, she says that she could tell if she's either one or the other, but she founds more fun in causing troubles and confusing the narrators.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Light lavender.

    Courtly Jester
Voiced by: Paula Rhodes

The Student Body President of Wonderland High.

  • Big Bad: Of the Way Too Wonderland miniseries.
  • Birds of a Feather: Pun aside, she considers Duchess to be her best friend. Both of them are not-so-nice girls who struggle with the desire to have respect and a greater role than they currently have.
  • Canon Foreigner: In a way. There is no Joker card character in Alice in Wonderland, technically.
  • Cheshire Cat Grin: To the point that she may play this trope better than Kitty and the Cheshire Cat herself.
  • Easily Forgiven: Arguably, given that she is being allowed to enroll in Ever After High, even given the tricks she pulled on Raven and co. in WTW. Then again, she did do community service as punishment for her crimes, and fans voted in Courtly's favor, but it's hard to tell if the apology she offered in the video asking them to do so was sincere or not.
  • Evil Brit
  • Expy: A blonde villainous jester girl with a diamond motif and a connection to a joker? Hmm, who does that sound like?
  • Facial Markings: A white diamond is painted over Courtly's left eye, much like the red heart painted over Lizzie's eye.
  • Freudian Excuse: Courtly feels that others, mostly the higher ups of Wonderland, don't give her any respect because she is a Joker, a card not usually played. This is why she wants to steal the respect by usurping the Queen of Hearts.
  • Green-Eyed Monster: Courtly harbours a special hatred towards Lizzie, because she is the Princess of Hearts who has the adoration the Joker girl lusts after.
  • Happy Harlequin Hat: She has one on a headband, and her collar invokes one as well.
  • Heel–Face Turn: After fans voted to have her attend Ever After High, as well as on a profile of sorts for her, her behavior seems a lot more friendly and grateful. Then again, she hasn't interacted much with any of the cast yet or appeared in a regular webisode, so time will tell if she's faking it or not.
  • High Collar of Doom: A purple collar with five jester tails and bells.
  • Leaning on the Fourth Wall: Part of her character is that she has no story to fulfill or defy. In-universe, it's because she's a literal wild card, but out-of-universe, it's because she's not taken directly from the books.
  • No Sense of Personal Space/Femme Fatale: Has a real love for draping herself in seductive posses while talking to people, getting in their personal space, and tapping them on the nose.
  • Ooh, Me Accent's Slipping: Courtly displays an In-Universe example; She normally addresses people with a Posh English accent, but switches to a Cockney accent while alone or losing her temper, hinting that the posh on is false.
  • Original Character: While there are many playing-card residents of Wonderland, we never see a Joker in the original story. However, it's entirely possible and fits the overall theme of Wonderland's madness.
  • Peek-a-Bangs: A large curl obscures her right eye. This doesn't apply to her doll or profile art, however, where her hair is styled differently and both of her eyes are visible.
  • The Last of These Is Not Like the Others: One of her main traits. Unlike the other Wonderlandians, her name isn't a common real-life name, her eyes aren't blue, and she has no destiny. Even her box is different. It's still a clock, but it's melting, in reference to Salvador Dalí's The Persistence of Memory. As the literal resident wild card, this makes sense.
  • The Trickster: Sort of. She's a Joker card, for one thing, who uses magic as a form of trickery in many cases. She's also good at twisting words and evidence in her favor, as she demonstrates by getting the girls convicted in Wonderland court, and she doesn't hold much respect for the royal authorities. Then again, she herself is an authority figure at Wonderland High: she's the student body president, and thus the vice principal and the principal as well (it's a matter of principle). And it's not as if she doesn't play by the rules; she usually does so in a twisted sort of way.
  • Symbol Motif Clothing: Despite her card lacking a suit, she takes on the suit of diamonds, which feature in spades.
  • Unwitting Pawn: She is unwittingly being used by the Evil Queen in her schemes.
  • Vague Age: She's the Student Vice Principal in Wonderland and has an oval face , usually reserved for adults, in the webisodes. Her Femme Fatale behavior is also something associated with adults. Yet she's the same shorter Wonderland height and enrolls into EAH as a student and wants to date Alistair, something which would indicate that she's at least in the age range of the other girls at school.
  • Villain: Exit, Stage Left: Manages to get away from a very Ax-Crazy Raven when Apple steps in to calm Raven down. Though she does have to go through Wonderland court and do community service as punishment for trying to usurp the Queen of Hearts.
  • Villainous Harlequin: But of course.
  • Wild Card: Is directly referred to as this, partially because of her heritage.

    "Miss Muffet" 
The daughter of Little Miss Muffet. She runs a frozen yogurt stand and does not appear to share her mother's fear of spiders.

    Ramona Badwolf 
Cerise's sister, who lives with their dad and is destined to be the Big Bad Wolf. Obviously most people don't know she and Cerise are related. Her roommate is Justine Dancer, and it's unknown if she's a royal or rebel right now.
  • Annoying Sibling: Downplayed. Cerise certainly views Ramona as this for her rudeness and generally just being a jerk For the Lulz. Cerise is also this to Ramona. That said, the two do sometimes have fun with their rivalry and genuinely care for each other.
  • Brutal Honesty: In Moonlight Mystery, she bluntly tells Justine and the others that their plan to catch the shoe thief is a waste of time.
  • Evil Sounds Deep: A female example and possible subversion. Ramona's voice is much deeper than any of the other girls', but despite being a villain's daughter, she's not very antagonistic herself.
  • Human Mom, Non-Human Dad: Unusually for this trope, it's her mom's side that she's keeping secret. Everyone know's the Wolf is her dad, they don't know that Red Riding Hood is her mom.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Ramona's gruff and seems to enjoy being obnoxious just to annoy people, but supplementary materials, like the diaries, and her webisode with Justine reveal that she is very protective of people she cares about.
  • Meaningful Name: Switch the a and the o and you get Romana. Ancient Rome had a prominent wolf motif, tracing all the way back to their origin myth of twins raised by a wolf.
  • Remember the New Guy?: Before Dragon Games, there was no indication that Cerise had a sibling. Unless you read Justine's diary.
    • It's later revealed in the webseries that she was sent to the Dark Forest Reform School and only recently returned, hence her previous absence.
  • Sibling Rivalry: She and her sister have a pretty tense relationship due to different opinions on how far to hide the family secret. It's also implied that Cerise was the one that got Ramona into reform school.
  • Unusual Ears: Wolf ears like her sis, although since she's known as the Big Bad Wolf's daughter she has no reason to hide them.

    Jillian Beanstalk

Daughter of Jack from Jack and the Beanstalk. Unknown if she's royal or rebel yet. Makes her cartoon debut in Dragon Games.

    Nina Thumbell 
Daughter of Thumbelina. Unknown if she's royal or rebel yet. Makes her cartoon debut in Dragon Games; also is part of the cheerhexing squad as seen in Faybelle's diary.

    Meeshell Mermaid 
Daughter of the Little Mermaid, she made her cartoon debut in Dragon Games. Unknown if she's royal or rebel yet. She's friends with Melody piper due to their shared love of music and roommates with Farrah Goodfairy.
  • Ambiguously Brown: Possibly. Has a somewhat tan/olive complexion, though it could more of a beachy tan look.
  • Fish out of Water: Played to a nigh literal degree. A great source of Meeshell's shyness and insecurity is that land life is so odd and new to her.
  • Getting Crap Past the Radar: She says land-dwellers are "fin-backwards" about their princess roles, since she is used to the princess rescuing the prince.
  • Our Mermaids Are Different: She's able to have legs, for one thing. Apparently her mermaid tail appears when she gets wet.
  • Rose-Haired Girl: Her hair is a soft pink to go with her shy and sweet nature.
  • Shrinking Violet: She tends to be shy and avoid the spotlight.
  • Norse by Norsewest: Same reason as Nina.


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