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    Apple White
"The most fabulous one of all"
Voiced by: Jonquil Goode.

Daughter of Snow White. One of the two protagonists and the main Royal to Raven's Rebel. Destined with, seemly, the best legacy ever after, Apple is the most interested in Raven following the script as their roles are deeply connected and her Happily Ever After literally depends on the other doing her part.

  • The Ace: She is very good at whatever she sets her mind on, such as school work, and helping people
  • Adaptation Dye-Job: Should she succeed in re-living her mother's story, this Snow White will be blonde.
  • Ambiguously Gay: She has almost no romantic interaction with men, nor is she shown to think about them that way either, as a whole or an individual. Though she's eventually supposed to marry Daring, she only shows the bare minimum of interest in him. It's taken even further when Daring's sister Darling is the one who wakes Apple up from her curse with a Kiss of Life after Daring couldn't. It's possible that Apple isn't aware of this, and as of Epic Winter, she still doesn't know how her curse was ended.
  • Ambiguously Evil: While she claims that she's only trying to make sure things go smoothly, she has an obsession about Raven being a villain and uses peer pressure on her.
    • However, it's not completely her fault as Snow White pressures Apple to pressure Raven.
  • Appeal to Tradition: Her whole life is about continuing the legacy of Snow White. She complies with pleasure. Though later we see that there is a lot of fear and parental pressure that sways Apple's like for tradition.
  • Because Destiny Says So: And she's more than happy for it.
  • Blatant Lies: "I usually handle everything so very well."
  • Blind Without 'Em: The Shannon Hale series and her doll diaries reveal that Apple is nearsighted and needs glasses, but goes without because she feels they make her look less than the perfect princess people see her as. If this holds true in the animated canon, then she is essentially running around half blind most of the time.
  • Brainless Beauty:
    • Averted. Apple is almost ridiculously book smart, and her studies are her top priority. She's just not very open-minded.
    • In The Beautiful Truth, she's really upset for Cedar's calling out the contest for focusing on appearance instead of inner beauty, because Apple realized that she may actually be that shallow, and did change the contest for the better.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: In Spring Unsprung, Apple's kind and generous personality is reversed making her an incredibly competent villain who nearly destroyed all of Ever After.
  • Break the Haughty: Apple fell from grace quite hard in Dragon Games, where thanks to a Breaking Speech she released The Evil Queen from the mirror prison and became a pawn on her plans to get Raven into evil that included lying, hurting her friends and breaking Raven's trust just for the sake of her happy ending. She's sorry and suffers because of the Queen's manipulations but she's too concerned over her reputation to say the truth.
  • Celibate Heroine: She is destined to be with Daring, but both state that they are not dating since they have Forever After to be together. So while Daring flirts with anything female, Apple has no Ship Tease with anyone... male.
  • Challenge Seeker: Being a monarch-in-making, Apple is no stranger to hard work (or occasionally, what she only believes is hard work.) Combined with magnanimity and a desire to prove herself more than a pretty face, Apple will never turn down a chance to personally improve the lives of her peers. There is a negative side to this, however, when it comes to her relationships; Apple habitually views people and earning their friendship as challenges to conquer, leading to some impeding insensitivity on her part.
  • Character Development:
    • Up the wazoo! At the start of the series, Apple is a firm believer that destiny should be followed. Up to the point where she believes not following will cause everyone she knows and loves to disappear. At the end of the Way Too Wonderland special, she believes that everyone should choose whether to follow their stories or not, because the Storybook of Legends is too powerful.
    • She gets even more in Dragon Games where we see that despite agreeing that it is best for everyone to find their own destiny, Apple still hasn't given up on hers, especially the part Raven plays. This is also shown to be because of heavy influence by her mother. Eventually Apple realizes that she too will need to find her own destiny, and she does this by finally rejecting her old one.
  • Entitled Bastard: Zigzagged. On the surface, Apple does believe she deserves getting a life of endless bliss by Raven ruining her own life, a trait that makes her unsympathetic to the Rebels. Underneath, it's more complicated. Apple being the hero and Raven being the villain is what their society demands, and Apple eagerly accepts the responsibility that comes with her crown as well as the glory. She comprehends that she is privileged to be the next Snow White, but does not think herself as luckier than her classmates. In Apple's eyes, everyone, including Raven, has the privilege of having a destiny. She fails to see the legacies are not equal, that Headmaster Grimm openly favours her, or how she's the only one boys, dwarfs, and woodland creatures are tripping over themselves to please. In short, Apple has a clear sense of entitlement, but the real problem is her obliviousness to the magnitude of how entitled she truly is, and how it enabling her keeps Apple from learning how not okay it is.
  • Fatal Flaw: Cowardice, specifically in the face of chaos and the unknown. Apple's worst fear since childhood is living in a world without scripts, which causes her to choose unquestioned destinies over the happiness of her loved ones and place her trust in unsavoury characters who promise to make her story happen, such as Headmaster Grimm and The Evil Queen. A large fraction of Apple's growth of character involves facing up to her fears and realizing that her friends are more important than a life without surprises.
  • Foil:
    • Apple is Raven's complete opposite, she is smart and always sees the best in every situation where Raven is artistic and more than a bit cynical. Where Apple prefers order and structure Raven would rather a little chaos and thinking on the fly. Becomes a plot point starting in season three as the two butt heads on what should and shouldn't go into the Year Book.
    • The trope also comes into play with the girls' Character Development. Apple starts the series fully confident that her destiny and everyone elses is the only true path to a Happily-Ever-After, A Royal through and through. But as we have gone on Apple has repeatedly had to change her view on destiny, with each new change Apple moves further from her Royal stance and becomes a bit more rebellious.
    • This is even shown in the pairs' BFFs. Both of Apple's friends make more sense as Rebels due to their personal desires, while Raven's make more sense as Royals due their desire to embrace their destinies.
  • Friendly Enemy: Apple thinks very highly of Raven and is nothing but grateful for the part the latter plays in her story, to the point where she's genuinely upset when Raven tries to find her a replacement villain. Apple also honestly believes that getting Raven to pledge will save her from being erased, in addition to keeping the stories on-track.
  • The Glasses Gotta Go: Apple needs glasses but doesn't wear them because they'd ruin the image crucial to her story. Though her 'Fainting Couch' playset does come with a pair of glasses, and even a little white pillow with a secret compartment to store them. She at least has hung on to them, though she's done so in secret.
  • Graceful Loser: Apple congratulates Raven for becoming Thronecoming queen. Which makes sense, since Apple voted for her.
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: While she may be egocentric and oblivious, she's also an earnestly sweet and well-meaning girl.
  • He Is Not My Boyfriend: The relationship to Daring Charming. She knows that they are destined to marry in the fairytale they reenact, and acts as if they're dating, yet doesn't consider him her "official" boyfriend. For the time being, that is. In her own words, "This is high school. We have forever after to be together."
  • Hidden Depths:
    • The first book reveals that she's working hard to become a good ruler, and is secretly disappointed that people think her beauty is the only qualification that matters.
    • The reason she's so hell-bent on living her destiny? She almost drowned as a child by wandering off on her own and now feels the only way to be safe is by staying in her story.
    • Surprisingly, she manages to grow an evil plant for Home Evilnomics. When she scolds it, it starts cowering in fear.
  • The High Queen: What she aspires to be in her future Happily Ever After.
  • I Want My Beloved to Be Happy: While not completely happy with Ashlynn dating Hunter, she still wishes her the best and wants to remain friends with her.
  • Innocently Insensitive: Apple goes out of her way to decorate Raven's half of the room like a "true Evil Queen's" lair; Raven, who hates being treated as if she's evil and being constantly reminded that she's supposed to be a villain, is less than appreciative. But Apple didn't mean anything by it. She just assumed that Raven was looking forward to her role, like everyone else, and honestly thought her roommate would like it.
  • Ironic Name: She's named after the fruit that nearly killed her mother.
  • The Leader: While she and Raven share this role in Royal vs. Rebel problems, in pretty much everything else Apple is the go to leader with Raven acting as The Lancer.
  • Lovable Alpha Bitch: She's quite self-absorbed and rather inconsiderate of Raven's feelings about being a villain in her story, but not in a mean-spirited way. She's more blissfully ignorant than anything else.
  • Magic Music: Her singing voice has the ability to irresistibly draw boys and woodland critters to her.
  • Men Are Strong, Women Are Pretty: Apple has to deal with this attitude constantly. Though she works hard to be a good future ruler and a good successor to her mother, all anyone talks about is how pretty she is.
    Was that all anyone saw in her? A perfect profile? A beauty like her mother? Surely being Snow White meant more...
  • My God, What Have I Done?: Says this word for word after realizing she nearly destroyed Ever After High due to a curse placed by Kitty's mother.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: Tells Courtly Jester about the plot against the Queen of Hearts despite Lizzie clearly not wanting her to, also telling Courtley that they plan to stop it. Courtly immediately changes their coursework to be harder to detain them at Wonderland High to stop them from interfering. Also, guess who ended up releasing THE EVIL QUEEN from the mirror prison? Yeah.
  • OOC Is Serious Business: As the show goes on it becomes more and more apparent that Apple being as selfish as she is about Raven signing the book is actually very out of character for her, Thronecoming reveals that she truly believes the possibility that not signing will make you go poof and she is afraid that this is the fate of her loved ones, Raven included, if the don't sign.
  • Parody Sue: Absolutely. Her subjects and classmates fawn over how perfect she is, and she's destined to be the World's Most Beautiful Woman, but it's all played for laughs (and occasionally drama).
  • The Perfectionist: While not exactly at Blondie’s level, Apple strives for perfection in all aspects of her life, whether it’s her straight A average in school or having incredibly specific details for her Thronecoming ball gown. Unfortunately, this trait is subtly deconstructed, because with Apple's life being planned to the letter, she doesn't know how to adjust when a wrench is thrown into the works, and the Rebel movement is a really big wrench.
  • Politically Active Princess: She takes her position seriously and is studying to be a good queen.
  • Pride: Again, not the most modest of princesses. Hardly surprising, given how she's obviously been fawned over by everyone her entire life.
  • Princess Classic: In-universe, she is basically a Purity Sue - kind and beautiful and good with woodland creatures, and more pertinently, everyone in the school treats her as the most wonderful person in existence. Out-of-universe, the franchise treats her as being just as important as the other flagship character, Raven, and it is made pretty clear that the school's worship of Apple and fear of Raven is really unfair.
  • Pretty in Mink: Her Thronecoming dress has white fur sleeves, intended to call a snow fox to mind.
  • Proper Lady: What she tries to be one now.
  • Proud Beauty: She knows and she flaunts it, though she also worries that the only thing that qualifies her as Queen is her looks.
  • Rage Against the Reflection: Apple does this in Dragon Games on the Evil Queen's Mirror after her constant mocking, inadvertently freeing her.
  • Red Is Heroic: Her choice of wardrobe has red as its main color.
  • Selective Obliviousness: Played for Drama, as this has a large role in her pro destiny viewpoint. Apple is so set in her beliefs that destiny is a path to success and a shield against misfortune that she willingly and subconsciously refuses to believe that there is any unfairness to be found in the Legacies, even when her friends outright tell Apple that they are discontent with signing away their free will. Fortunately, Character Development eventually kicks in, and Apple becomes more receptive to the opinions of others.
  • Sherlock Scan: In The Unfairest of them All Apple interprets her mother's advice on leadership "Always smile and look people in the eye, then look deeper" into this by noticing the small details of her friends actions and then using prior knowledge to put them to work as group in the most effective way.
  • Smart People Wear Glasses: Played with. Apple is smart, and has prescription glasses. She just chooses not to wear them.
  • Student Council President: In Maddie-in-Chief it's revealed that she's been in the position for quite a while due to the lack of opponents. The webisode ends with her sharing the position with Maddie.
  • Teen Genius: A very downplayed example, though one Apple wishes would be more noticed. Apple has a straight-A average which she easily maintains, is an effective leader and strategist, and tries to find logical solutions to things. However, this often is forgotten by other characters, who see her as a pretty face and little else at times, to her dismay.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Apples.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: Downplayed as a part of her Odd Friendship with Raven. Being de facto leaders of opposing factions naturally does lead to arguments, but otherwise, the girls are good friends who care about each other.
  • What the Hell, Hero?:
    • In Thronecoming, Raven calls her out saying that she's selfish for not seeing how much being seen as the villain hurts her. Everyone's reaction shows that this is the first time someone ever dared to badmouth Apple. Apple in return, calls her out too. See Raven's section.
    • A bit later in the special, Briar calls her out as well, for not realizing what it really means to sleep for 100 years, and how easy Apple's destiny is in comparison to her own.
    • Raven gives her another one when she finds out that Apple released the Evil Queen.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Apple is deathly afraid of drowning. This is explained above in Hidden Depths.

    Briar Beauty
"Life's a dream"
Voiced by: Kate Higgins.

Daughter of Sleeping Beauty, and Apple White's best friend. As she knows she'll be spending a hundred years or so asleep in her tale, she's living it up as much as possible till then, by constantly throwing parties, and doing things she's never done before like jumping out windows on a whim. While still technically billed as a Royal, she is more of a Rebel, and would like to avoid her destiny if possible.

  • All Girls Like Ponies: Her book reveals she owns a unicorn named Divacorn.
  • Alliterative Name: Briar Beauty.
  • Ambiguously Brown: The fandom stands in-between her being either a Spicy Latina or of Mixed Ancestry.
  • Break the Cutie: In the Thronecoming special, she goes from being unsure of her destiny to utterly hating it and became very depressed over it.
  • Brilliant, but Lazy: She's surprisingly effective as a tutor and holds one hell of a study party—both entertaining and actually key to helping the other students pass a notoriously difficult test. Briar's thoughts and pursuits, however, are—for better or worse—directed to parties and enjoying herself.
  • Celibate Heroine: In her profile, Briar acknowledges that her predestined Prince Charming is 100 years away, so she's not in any hurry to "kiss any frogs."
  • Cool Big Sis: She has eight younger brothers, and she takes time out of her before-school prep to play pirates with them.
  • Cool Shades: Has a pair of sunglasses on her forehead.
  • Disability Super Power: She's basically a narcoleptic, but while she's asleep, she can hear all conversations within range of her magic.
  • Do Not Go Gentle: Briar makes it a point to "live it up" as much as possible before her inevitable, magically-induced slumber.
  • Friendly Enemy: With Faybelle, who is destined to curse Briar with a hundred year sleep.
  • Genki Girl: Upbeat and energetic to a fault — that is, when she doesn't fall asleep in the middle of a conversation for no good reason.
  • Foil: While Maddie is a Rebel who loves her destiny but thinks people should be free to decide, Briar hates her destiny but sides with the Royals because she believes in the catastrophic consequences of going Off the Rails.
  • Foreshadowing: Her diary has an entry wherein she is curious about the concept of 'freedom of choice'. Knowing this, her actions in Thronecoming aren't all that surprising.
  • Girly Girl with a Tomboy Streak: Briar is a fashionable princess who wears a lot of pink, but she loves her HeXtreme sports.
  • Heavy Sleeper: When Briar sleeps, she sleeps. The only thing that can wake her up is if she thinks there's a good party going on.
  • Hidden Depths: Thronecoming revealed that she has started to see Raven as an inspiring figure for defying her destiny. After Raven decided to sign the Storybook of Legends, Briar's hopes for finding a way out of her 100 years slumber shattered, and she's considerately moody over it for the rest of the special. She becomes so desperate that, after finding the real book, she throws it in the Wishing Well in an attempt to stop destiny.
  • Life of the Party: Briar's main motivation in life is to "live it up" before her inevitable hundred-year slumber. The majority of this involves throwing as many parties as her resources and time will allow.
  • Mayfly–December Friendship: Her hundred-year sleep means she's likely have only a short while with her friends before she's asleep for the rest of their lives, and most of them will be gone when she wakes up. She's not happy about it.
  • Outnumbered Sibling: The reading material of her time before starting the school year reveals her to be the older sister to eight little brothers.
  • Sleepyhead: Played with. Briar is prone to falling asleep at the drop of a hat, and at the worst possible moments, but it's left ambiguous whether this is just exhaustion from constant partying, or if she as the daughter of Sleeping Beauty has some form of narcolepsy.
  • Something About a Rose: Briar's main motifs are roses and thorns.
  • Statuesque Stunner: Which she invokes by wearing huge chunky heels on top of already being one of the tallest girls in school.
  • Squee!: Actually does this.
  • Pink Means Feminine: Her wardrobe is mainly pink.
  • Thrill Seeker: Briar is a textbook Adrenaline Junkie, if it will get your blood pumping chances are you'll see her at the front of the line, be it bungie jumping off a giant beanstalk, jumping out a castle window, or parachuting off a dragon, among many other dangerously thrilling activities.

    Prince Daring Charming
Voiced by: Evan Smith.

Older brother of Prince Dexter and Princess Darling Charming. He is an accomplished and handsome hero who prides himself on always saving the day. Don't let his vain personality fool you, he may talk your ear off on how great he is but underneath it all he is a good guy and a gentleman.

  • The Ace: It's pretty much all he's good for, really.
  • Ascended Fanon: Fans often assumed he wasn't Apple's prince and was actually the future Beast due to his ego. Dragon Games revealed he is not Apple's prince and Epic Winter turned him into a Beast.
  • Big Ego, Hidden Depths: Daring's ego dwarfs most planets, as can be seen with his "mirror checks" that tend to take hours. That said, he is also a very decent person. Daring takes time to hang out with any girl who asks, (a very long waiting list,) and although his views on Destiny cause him to be Innocently Insensitive to his Rebel sister and his socially awkward brother, he genuinely cares about Dexter and Darling.
  • Brains and Brawn: As the Lovable Jock and EAH's Big Man on Campus, Daring is the Brawn to Dexter's Brains.
  • Chick Magnet: He can always be found at the center of a crowd of screaming girls.
  • Chivalrous Pervert: He flirts like it's a competitive sport, but he's very courteous about it.
  • Crazy-Prepared: It's revealed in "Dragon Games" that Daring buy's mirror's in bulk in case one breaks.
  • Desperately Looking for a Purpose in Life: After Dragon Games reveals he is not Apple's destined prince he has no idea what to do with himself and becomes listless.
  • Has a Type: While Daring likes all women and is more than willing to give his time to any who ask, just put your name on the waiting list, he is only seen perusing girls that actually don't fall head over heels for him as can be seen with his crush on Lizzie and Ship Tease with Cerise. Seems the guy who can do anything enjoys a challenge.
  • Hidden Depths: See his Jerk with a Heart of Gold entry. He's a far nicer person than he may initially appear.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Daring is brash and extremely vain, but the more we see of his character it also becomes clear that he adores his younger siblings, cares about his friends and the feelings of the girls he woos, and isn't afraid to admit when he's wrong and give all credit where it's due or inconvenience himself to help someone else, such as when he loses a bet on purpose to protect Lizzie's reputation despite Sparrow's mockery afterwards or knowing to go to Cerise for help in Thronecoming and giving her full credit when she saves the bookball team's bacon.
  • Ladykiller in Love: In Next Top Villain, his crush on Lizzie is very obvious, but because she doesn't act head-over-heel's-fanatically-in-love with him, like every other girl, he is very confused as to how to ask her out.
    • He ends up falling for Rosabella in Epic Winter because of her kindness and wanting to help him despite having been transformed into a hideous beast.
  • Narcissist: Big time. Considered that he proclaimed himself the winner of a female beauty contest he was judging. And he was ready to accept the crown for Thronecoming Queen, just because he considers himself worthy of it.
  • Noble Male, Roguish Male: Daring is the Noble to Sparrow's Roguish. He's incredibly vain, but still every bit the Knight in Shining Armor he's destined to be.
  • Popular Is Dumb: Has some shades of this.
  • Really Gets Around: Downplayed. He's destined to Apple, but they're not exclusive yet, so he uses his high school time to flirt and date a lot.
  • Romantic False Lead: Dragon Games reveals that Daring is not Apple's Prince Charming after his kiss fails to awaken her from a cursed sleep.
  • Screw the Rules, I'm Beautiful!: He burst into beauty contests to proclaims himself winner. After all, he's Daring Charming.
  • Ship Tease:
    • Lizzie's Faiytale Date gives some between him and Lizzie Hearts of all people. He did it because of a bet, but at the end he grew fond of her. Enough to keep their date a secret, at least. They also get some in A Wonderlandiful World and in Farrah Goodfairy's diary.
    • In the Thronecoming special, he has some with Cerise, when he apologizes for his earlier sexist behaviour, and asks her to dance at the ball.
    • In Epic Winter he and Rosabella get a lot of ship tease and they fall just short of becoming an official couple.
  • Twinkle Smile: After he got his teeth whitened, Headmaster Grimm tells him to cover his mouth, because it can cause temporary blindness, and provided you aren't wearing sunglasses, even roast you.

    Ashlynn Ella
"A Natural Beauty"
Voiced by: Laura Bailey, Karen Strassman (post-Spring Unsprung)

Daughter of Cinderella, who owns and operates her own shoe store. Almost exactly like her mother, except for her crippling addiction to shoes. Secretly dating Hunter Huntsman, a Rebel, until they made their relationship public in the "True Hearts Day" special. Becomes a Rebel herself at the end of the special. Despite this she's also still technically billed as a Royal.

  • Ambiguously Related: Exactly where Ashlynn's stepsisters came from is a bit of a puzzle, considering her mother Cinderella is said to still be alive. Fans usually assume they're simply the daughters of Cinderella's stepsisters, but that should make them her cousins.
  • All Women Love Shoes: A guilty pleasure for her. Her first appearance has two flocks of delivery geese air-dropping several boxes of shoes to her shoe store. It's implied by Apple that this is to be expected as she's Cinderella's daughter after all.
  • Animal Motifs: Songbirds hold a special place in Ashlynn's heart, and all of her outfits have at least one image of them.
  • Birds of a Feather: She and Hunter share a love for animals.
  • Cinderella Circumstances: As the next Cinderella, she has trained for her future role by taking care of one of her step-aunts, according to her book.
  • Continuity Nod: In Thronecoming she mentioned that she already signed the Storybook of Legends. Despite the webisode about Legacy Day don't showing it, she's seen signing the book (while holding some doubts) in The Storybook of Legends book.
  • Covert Pervert: Implied with her "Sustainable Logging Lumberjack Calendar."
  • Exact Time to Failure: If she is late to anything the clothes she is wearing at the time will turn into rags. The webisode Ashlynn's Fashion Frolic reveals that the same happens to all clothes designed by her, and it happens at noon.
    Apple: I thought it was midnight.
    Ashlynn: I'm more of a morning princess.
  • Extreme Doormat: To her two stepsisters, as dictated by her story. However, just because she obeys them, it doesn't mean she has to stop them from getting into trouble.
  • Foreshadowing: While her profile card had the colour red of Royals, the emblem with the school crest had a more purple tint. This foreshadows her eventual decision of going Rebel.
  • Friend to All Living Things: Speaks to and helps quite a few woodland critters.
    • She is probably the only person, besides Sparrow, who will willingly help Duchess. Despite Duchess trying to expose her secret relationship.
  • Granola Girl: Ashlynn is a vegan girl. It seems to be part of the Cinderella's tracts, since her whole family lives in a eco-friendly castle.
  • Gorgeous Garment Generation: Inverted - should she arrive late to anything, her dress/outfit of the day will transform into rags.
  • Living Emotional Crutch: Briar leans on Ashlynn a lot in "Thronecoming" when Briar begins to really worry about her destiny.
  • Modest Royalty: She would like to live in a simple place in the forest. Of course as long as she has a big shoe closet.
  • Only Sane Man: Ashlynn tends to play this role with her Royal friends, Parody Sue Apple and Adrenaline Junkie Briar.
  • Punny Name: Ashlynn Ella is a pretty appropriate name for a daughter of Cinderella.
  • Single Woman Seeks Good Man: Ashlynn would prefer to have a normal, good-hearted and nature lover boyfriend over a pompous and kinda narcissist prince.
  • Speaks Fluent Animal: Unlike most princesses, who woodland creatures assist out of adoration, Ashlynn can actually talk with animals.
  • Star-Crossed Lovers: She's a Royal dating a Rebel (Hunter Huntsman) who, furthermore, is not even in her story. She proclaims herself a Rebel if being Royal means that they can't date each other.

    Blondie Lockes
"Just right, never wrong"
Voiced by: Julie Maddalena.

Daughter of Goldilocks. Acts as the schools resident gossip expert and social media mogul. Extremely indecisive and lacks respect for other people's privacy and personal belongings.

  • Brutal Honesty: She has no problem in bluntly saying the defects on everything that is not Just Right to her. For example, in "Just Sweet", she finds all the boys in the coffee shop to be too whatever.
  • Catchphrase: "Just right".
  • Celebrity Lie: Often tells people that she comes from royalty and her mother is a princess. Her mother is actually "queen" of a magical cul-de-sac, so Blondie is a mayor's daughter at most.
  • Changeling Fantasy: Her biggest ambition is being fairytale royalty. She often lies that her mother is actually a princess and that her story is incomplete because it doesn't say anything about her mother's ancient kingdom.
  • The Ditherer: Can't seem to find anything that's "just right."
  • Dumb Blonde: Occasionally, most notably with her believing that someone wouldn't lock a door unless it was "by accident."
  • Gossipy Hens: She runs a Mirrorcast about the recent and more hexecellent rumors of the school.
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: Aside from her more tactless moments, Blondie is a sweet and friendly girl.
  • I Just Want to Be Special: She's always looking for ways to convince everybody that she's royalty because, before the Royal/Rebel dichotomy, Royals were before those who where destined or born into royalty, and she was a "Commoner". She created the Mirrorcast show in order to stand out and be accepted by her royal friends. She just doesn't get to see that her friends already like her for who she is and that she doesn't need to try so hard anymore.
  • Intrepid Reporter: When she suspects Cerise is up too something, she sends out Briar to find out why. Also a hands on reporter herself.
  • Mad Libs Catchphrase: "X is Just Right," and sometimes, "X is not Just Right."
  • Master of Unlocking: She can open any kind of lock. In her diaries and the cartoons, she uses a Hairpin Lockpick, while doors just open with her touch in the books.
  • Mythology Gag: Due to being Goldilocks' daughter, she's incredibly wishy-washy and difficult to please.
  • Not Even Bothering with the Accent: Blondie is the daughter of Goldilocks, who is British. However, Blondie has no accent.
  • Odango Hair: Her hairdo for the Thronecoming special, alongside Girlish Pigtails, in order to resembles bear ears.
  • Selective Obliviousness: In Baking and Entering it's shown that the three bears consider her a nuisance, especially the little bear. He has a frustrated tantrum over her messing with their stuff, and yells at her and her friends to leave the bear's house. Despite all this, Blondie maintains that the bears love her.
  • Sticky Fingers: She goes into other people's rooms and occasionally steals things that fancy her gossiping nerve.
    Why do people get so mad when I borrow their things? I just assume if they leave their stuff out in the open, they want to share it with me.
  • Symbol Motif Clothing: Bears and fancy bows appear frequently in her outfits.
  • Sympathy for the Devil: Played with. In Blondie's Branches Out, she wondered if wanting a better destiny than the one she has (meaning lying on her family tree project by saying her mother was made a queen, making herself a self proclaimed Royal) made her a Rebel.
  • True Blue Femininity: Many of her outfits are blue primarily blue, and she's one of the girliest of girls.

    Prince Dexter Charming
"Charmed at first sight"
Voiced by: Evan Smith.

Daring Charming's younger brother, and Darling's twin. Constantly suffers in the shadow of his brother's achievements.

  • Adorkable: What he lacks in confidence and class, he makes up for in other ways.
  • Blind Without Them: Despite many girls commenting that he would look better without glasses, he can't because he can barely see without them.
  • Brains and Brawn: Dexter is the typical Lovable Nerd who prefers comics and video games to sports, making him the Brains to Daring's Brawn.
  • Butt-Monkey: Several times.
  • Cool Loser: He is supposed to pale in comparison to his brother, but he is just as popular, with both Raven and Cupid having crushes on him, just as athletic and a lot smarter. It seems the only strikes he has against him are his self-esteem problems and social awkwardness (though this mostly applies to his interactions with Raven, and he has no shortage of friends himself).
  • Dating Catwoman: In Date Night, he goes on a date with the school's Designated Villain, Raven Queen.
  • Desperately Looking for a Purpose in Life: While Daring has always known he's the prince from Snow White, Dexter doesn't know which prince he's supposed to be, since there are so many. Even Headmaster Grimm won't tell him, preferring to leave it to Legacy Day.
  • My Sister Is Off-Limits!: He chases away Darling's suitors.
  • Nerd Glasses
  • Oblivious to Love: Has no idea that Cupid has a giant crush on him (though she makes it pretty obvious), nor is he aware that Raven reciprocates his feelings.
  • Secret Admirer: Is this to Raven at one point, during the True Heart's Day special. Though he had signed the card, Raven assumed 'D. Charming' referred to Daring Charming instead of Dexter, making Dexter an odd example of this trope until Raven figured it out.
  • Ship Tease: Has a painfully obvious crush on Raven. They get a lot of moments in the novels, plus she thinks he's a really sweet guy and is one of the few who prefer him over his big brother.
    • In the True Hearts Day special, Raven is really happy when she finds out he was the one who wrote the love note to her. In "Cupid Comes Clean...Kinda" she's started acting just as awkward around him as he is around her. And they're getting a 2-pack together called "Date Night". So it seems this ship has sailed.
  • The Smart Guy: A somewhat downplayed example, but given that he seems to be a Royal for logical reasons above all else and that he helps Blondie run her Mirror Cast by assisting with tech stuff, this trope is definitely present.
  • Token Good Teammate: For a given value of "good" of course as Royals Vs. Rebels is Grey-and-Gray Morality, if not Good vs. Good, but he's the Royal who gets the most sympathetic treatment after Ashlynn who turns Rebel herself later, leaving him as the only one. He seems to be a Royal more for the logical reasons (for example, his main beef with Maddie running for president isn't that she's going against Apple, but that she's kinda of crazy to be given a position that needs to make decisions) and for a sense of order. How that affects his feelings on Raven is so far unseen.
    • Also, officially, as seen on his card, he's a Royal, but even his texts on the official site hint to a rebellious side, putting him in neither category for now.
  • The Unsmile: Dexter's attempt to flash some ladies his Charming smile in "Just Sweet" is unappealing to say the least.
  • What Beautiful Eyes!: The episode Here Comes Cupid has a close-up, from Cupid's perspective, of his blue eyes without his glasses, complete with Bishie Sparkle. In his bio, he comments that every time he takes off his glasses, girls start to swoon, to his confusion.

    Lizzie Hearts
"Restacking the deck"
Voiced by: Wendee Lee.

Daughter of the Queen of Hearts. While in public eye she appears to be short-tempered and rude, she's acually a sweet girl. Her mother has lost her mind — even more than usual, that is - because of the Evil Queen meddling in Wonderland, and caused something terrible to happen, sealing off their world.

  • Absurd Cutting Power: Downplayed, but due to her family's most famous threat, Lizzie tends to slice the tops off of things, only needing her bare hands.
  • Action Girl: In A Wonderlandiful World Lizzie takes up the Vorpal Sword and fights the Jabberwocky head on, and while she isn't that skilled with a blade she still manages to do some real harm.
  • Adaptational Heroism: She wants to be a nicer Queen of Hearts.
  • All There in the Manual: Her bio reveals more of her personality.
  • Character Development: At the beginning of the series she was a Flat Character only there to make "Off with your head!" jokes. Later episodes, her doll diary and the books fleshed her out into a more rounded character.
  • Composite Character: As with many adaptations, the Queen of Hearts takes elements from the Red Queen. At least, a little. The Red Queen is shown to be her own character in the Way Too Wonderland specials.
  • A Day In The Lime Light: She is the focus of a few webisodes, and shares the protagonist role with Cedar Wood in A Wonderlandiful World
  • Defrosting Ice Queen: Defrosts a lot during A Wonderlandiful World, and some of it seems to stick even though she loses her memories of it at the end.
  • Et Tu, Brute?: In Next Top Villain when Duchess sabotages her General Villainy project, Lizzie is utterly devastated at being betrayed by a friend and roommate. Not helped that it made what was going to be a moment of triumph and well deserved revenge into a another moment of complete humiliation.
  • Exact Words: When rethinking about following her mother's rules, she recalls that her mother stated to follow her words. But she never said in what order to follow them in, which lets her steer away from completely following her mother's not so great advice without disregarding them.
  • Facial Markings: The big heart over her left eye that she makes everyday with make-up. She does this to look like her mother, who has this as an actual birthmark.
  • The Fashionista: Lizzie enjoys creating outfits, from assembling them to sewing them up. The dresses from the Spring Unsprung line were designed by her.
  • Fake Brit: Wendee Lee is American and plays Lizzie, a British character.
  • Fourthwall Observer: Averted, Lizzie is the only Wonderlandian that can not hear the Narrator, but unlike the Ever Afterians who think the Narrator is just a fragment of Maddie's imagination, she "barely" believes he is real.
  • Hidden Depths: Can actually be a very nice person, and has a real talent for construction. She just isn't given much of a chance to express it.
  • Hidden Heart of Gold: She tries to be a proper Princess of Hearts and follow her mother's advice, but it's all terrible advise to treat everyone like trash. As a Wonderlandian, though, it's still difficult to understand her even after getting under the facade.
  • I Am Not My Mother: In Lizzie Shuffles the Deck, after upsetting her friends by following her mother's interactions completely straight, Lizzie decides to rule her own way. After all, her mother's way is for subjects, not friends.
  • Laser-Guided Amnesia: The end of A Wonderlandiful World has everyone forget the events of the book, but Lizzie is the only Wonderlandian to also be affected.
  • Lonely Rich Kid: She believes that as the future Queen of Hearts she can't have friends and must always treat others like "Worms" as per her mother's instructions. Sadly this means her true feelings get lost under shouts of "OFF WITH THEIR HEADS."
  • Mythology Gag: Her signature outfit features a chessboard pattern, which is what Looking-Glass Land is a representation of.
  • The Napoleon: While on the petite side like the other Wonderlandians, Lizzie has a fiery character. However, it's largely subverted, as Lizzie herself can be quite pleasant when she's not trying to play the future Queen of Hearts.
  • Off with Her Head!: Apparently it's her way of saying "please" and "thank you".
  • Odd Friendship: Despite being a pretty nice person, she is friends with Kitty, who considers Lizzie to be as close as a sister. This is ironic since their mothers didn't get along so well.
  • Photographic Memory: In the books, Lizzie displays an incredible memory for details, being able to recount a five stanza poem after just seeing it once. Due to Wonderlandians' insistence on Alice reciting poems, this must be a common attribute.
  • Razor-Sharp Hand: The webisodes sometimes show Lizzie being able to cut things just by swiping at them with her index finger, though its not explained how.
  • Ship Tease: Lizzie's Fairytale First Date gives some between her and Daring of all people. She even says that she would like to date him, but she has a mean reputation to maintain. A Wonderlandiful World has a bit between her and Daring. Next Top Villain, however, shows Lizzie completely brushing off Daring's attempts to woo her, this, of course, spurs him to just try harder. Duchess however notes that Lizzie subtly relaxes around Daring, but his incredibly vain way of flirting does him no good.
  • Symbol Motif Clothing: Hearts, of course. Even her hairstyle and makeup go with the theme.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: In Lizzie Shuffles the Deck she decides to treat people as friends not as subjects. It sticks, as she acts a lot nicer in her next major appearance, Spring Unsprung.
  • Trauma Conga Line: Next Top Villain is not very kind to Lizzie.
  • Tsundere: She brushes Daring's attempts to woo her, yet taunts him into trying harder to win her heart.
  • You Can't Go Home Again: While this is true for all the Wonderlanders, Lizzie's case of homesickness is the most pronounced.
    Lizzie: Wonderland is the most nonsensical, riddle-tastic, Wonderland-iful place ever after, and I miss it dearly.

    Duchess Swan
Voiced by: Stephanie Sheh.

Daughter of Odette, the Swan Queen. Only barely a Royal because she wants the happy ending her story denies her, but not a Rebel because she gleefully mocks anyone else who doesn't want to follow their story; she loves being a princess, but she wants to be loved and respected for it, not left alone. She despises Apple and wants to take her place as the most popular girl in school, but hates Raven too for being a disgrace to Evil Queens.

  • Ambiguously Brown: Her skin tone is a light olive in the cartoon, making her look vaguely East Asian.
  • Animorphism: She can turn into a swan and back.
  • Animal Motifs: Besides her feather accessories, she's pretty pale, and has hair reflecting both the White and Black Swans. Her voice also tends to have a swan-like honking quality to it, especially when she sings.
  • Anti-Villain: Yes, she is manipulative and eager to screw over anyone if it means she gets their happy ending, but that's only because in her ending she ends up stuck as a swan. Can you blame her for wanting to avoid that?
  • Ballet: Despite the story itself not relying on it, Duchess is a ballerina due to the medium being the most famous form of the story.
  • Beta Bitch: Apple is more popular than Duchess, and Duchess tries everything she can to sabotage that.
  • Big Bad: Of True Hearts Day.
  • Composite Character: She's both the white and black swan.
  • Cursed With Awesome: How she sees the ability to turn into a swan, she likes being able to fly and finds being a swan as something of a stress reliever, but will do anything to avoid the eventual fate of being a swan permanently.
  • A Day In The Lime Light: The central character of Next Top Villain.
  • Evil Counterpart: A Jerkass Counterpart to Raven. Both have a totally unappealing destiny, and both have a Bird and Feather Motif. The main difference is that Raven is nice and started a peaceful protest against her legacy, while Duchess is immoral and still wants a destiny, just not her own. Duchess also has a horrendous singing voice, while Raven is a music lover who, after some practice, can attract birds to her with her singing.
  • Green-Eyed Monster: She's very jealous of the Royals that have happy endings, especially Apple, since she gets a happily-ever-after with Daring Charming, on whom Duchess has a huge crush.
  • Hollywood Tone-Deaf: Duchess is a spectacular ballet dancer, but has a horrible singing voice. In her diary, she describes herself as "honking".
  • Irony: The original ending of Swan Lake was actually a happy ending and only changed to the more common Bittersweet Ending accepted today in later editions. This makes Duchess trying to find another destiny not her own instead of trying to amend her own destiny rather interesting.
  • Jerkass Has a Point: Thinks the other Royals are annoying for getting upset over little things like being woken up early while she has things like possibly losing her prince forever and living as a bird the rest of her life to be worried about.
  • Meaningful Name: A more subtle example than the rest in the franchise: Since Duchess isn't the most popular Royal at school, it's fitting that her name is a rank below a princess.
  • Multicolored Hair: White with black and mauve.
  • My Instincts Are Showing: Whenever embarrassed, she starts to honk and wave her arms like wings, as seen in Thronecoming.
  • Raised by Grandparents: Duchess' grandmother appears to have been her primary caregiver growing up, according to Next Top Villain, and the situation with her parents is never explained.
  • Statuesque Stunner: Duchess is noticeably taller than other girls. Her doll reflects this.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: In "Best Feather Forward" after Humphrey helps her pass an assignment; in her diary after Faybelle points out to her how she acts more black swan than white swan (which may have been forgotten after Apple inadvertently triggers her jealousy again), and (slightly?) in Next Top Villain where we see more of her pov. Time will tell if any of this carries over to future books or webisodes.
  • Toxic Friend Influence: To Sparrow in the webisodes; but in ''Next Top Villain", it's reversed.
  • Walk on Water: Well, ballet dance.
  • Wrong Genre Savvy: Seems very certain than if a Royal with a Happily Ever After turns Rebel, she can take on their story, or at least get their happy ending since they somehow forfeit it. She seems to be the only one who even considers this, outside of Raven's attempts for a replacement villain for Apple, but then Raven is a Rebel and Duchess is not.

    Holly O'Hair
Voiced by: Colleen Foy

Daughter of Rapunzel and Poppy's twin sister. Even when it was revealed that Poppy is the firstborn and supposed to become the next Rapunzel, she still wants to follow her legacy.

  • Badass Bookworm: Holly's bookishness allows her a few moments of badassery. For one, simply by studying the founding of Ever After High, she gets Headmaster Grimm to reconsider and let destiny-less Poppy attend the school.
  • Blessed with Suck: She has to be very careful with doors. If one ever gets closed behind her, she's unable to open it and has got caught inside many places because of it. This is the reason why she's best friends with Blondie, who's the only one able to open them.
  • Bookworm: She's the fantasy equivalent to a History geek.
  • Encyclopaedic Knowledge: Holly is a fairy tale fangirl, and knows EVERY story inside out.
  • Feminine Women Can Cook: She bakes out-of-the-kingdom cupcakes in Spring Unsprung, and probably managed to win the cooking contest thanks to Ginger's absence.
  • Ironic Fear: She's destined to be trapped in a very high tower, yet she's afraid of heights. Justified, her profile says that she spent a lot of time in one, as part of her training to be Rapunzel when she was a child, and the experience left her a little traumatized.
  • Long Hair Is Feminine: This fits her to a T.
  • Ms. Imagination: Holly has a very active and wide imagination, that will help her up to pass her time in her tower when her story begins.
  • Most Fanfic Writers Are Girls: All her knowledge on fairytales gives her all the tools she needs to right her own stories. She especially likes to write stories about her sister, since Poppy lacks a destiny. Holly's dream is, after being done with her role as Rapunzel, write her own fairytale book about her friends.
  • Motor Mouth: This girl can hold two sides of a conversation, if the topic is fairy tales.
  • Rapunzel Hair: The exact length tends to vary. Sometimes it reaches her ankles, sometimes it drags behind her. Possibly justified: Both O'Hair sisters mention that their hair grows very quickly.
  • Theme Twin Naming: She and her sister are named after flowers and, furthermore, each name has a double letter.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: The sweet and ladylike Girly Girl to Poppy's Tomboy.

    Faybelle Thorn
Voiced by: Haviland Stillwell.

Daughter of the Dark Fairy from Sleeping Beauty. Despite being daughter of a villain, Faybelle is more than excited for her future and embraces evil with gusto.

  • Amazing Technicolor Population: Her skin is a light greyish blue.
  • Attention Whore: With her combined traits of Card-Carrying Villain and a cheerleader, Faybelle always enters and ends with a bang. This trait is in full swing when she joins the Evil Queen in Dragon Games, but the realization that the Queen doesn't care one iota about Faybelle or her deeds breaks her heart which causes a Heel–Face Turn of sorts.
  • Because Destiny Says So: In this respect, she's the Evil Counterpart to Raven Queen.
  • Berserk Button: Just like her mother before her, you better invite her to your parties or to tag-along with you if you don't want bad things to happen.
  • Break the Haughty: In Epic Winter Faybelle is punished for her actions in Dragon Games and in trying to get out of that she ends up in an even worse situation.
  • Brutal Honesty: Faybelle is always bluntly honest, even when withholding a few details would be beneficial for her. When asked by Hopper, Faybelle proudly admits that she's looking to cause trouble, and flatly tells her friend Duchess that she is actually as rude as everyone thinks she is.
  • Card-Carrying Villain: Is extremely enthusiastic about being a baddie, to the point where Mr. Badwolf has to tell her to stop being so happy about it.
  • The Cheerleader: She's the head cheer hexer.
  • Desperately Craves Affection: An underlining motivator of her Attention Whore antics.
    • In Fairy's Got Talent, Cupid latches onto the the thought that Faybelle really craves love, not empty admiration, more than anything, Baba Yaga even deduces that the only reason Faybelle doesn't like Farrah is out of jealousy for the love she receives from everyone.
    • In the Webisodes, Faybelle is jealous that she doesn't get to go to the Fairy Forest Ball, but eventually realizes what she is actually jealous of is that she doesn't have any friends like Ashlynn does. Her actions in Dragon Games comes from hoping to finally have found a true villain like her that she can bond with, and Faybelle is thoroughly crushed to find that the Evil Queen doesn't actually care about her.
  • Easily Forgiven:
    • After Faybelle endangered Ashlynn, Blondie, Cupid and Poppy by tricking them into entering the Dark Forest, she gets off just by offering a meagre apology, and even gets to party with them at the Forest Fest.
    • In Epic Winter where she is punished for her actions in Dragon Games, but she manages to get of it thanks to Mob Fairies, though she then ends up in their debt and spends most of Epic Winter trying to get out of it. In the end she manages to get freed only because Daring was willing to take on her debt.
  • Establishing Character Moment: In Next Top Villain she introduces herself to the General Villainy class by pulling out a pair of pom-poms, cartwheeling to the front of the class and doing a cheer.
    "Faybelle, Faybelle, she's the one! She's the one who'll make evil fun!"
  • Facial Markings: Faybelle has butterfly/leaf designs around her eyes, and lines of blue dots under them.
  • Family Honor: Faybelle is so eager to play her mother's role because, while in the Evil Queen's meddling with the stories, she stepped in and cursed Sleeping Beauty herself. She thinks that by playing by her role, she's getting back The Dark Fairy's legacy that Raven's mom stole.
  • Fantastic Racism: Considers Pixies to be wannabe Fairies.
  • Fashionable Asymmetry: She only has butterfly/leaf designs on the right eye of her doll.
  • Foil: She's basically an inverted version of Raven. They're both expected to become villains like their mothers, but Raven rejects her destiny, while Faybelle is more than eager to embrace her own.
  • Friendly Enemy: Faybelle is destined to curse Briar, but sees her as a standup nemesis, in her own Bad is Good and Good is Bad way of thinking. In an excerpt from her diary she even calls her 'my best frenemy forever after.' Though Epic Winter hints that she actually doesn't want to curse Briar, and possibly desires a more genuine friendship.
  • Hidden Depths: She may be an Attention Whore who genuinely enjoys being evil, but if Epic Winter is any indication, she doesn't want to put Briar to sleep for 100 years and actually wants to be friends with her. Heck, when Faybelle pranks Briar into almost pricking her finger on a spindle, she immediately backpedals and snaps Briar out of it.
  • Magical Incantation: Faybelle doesn't chant spells, she cheers them.
  • Mister Muffykins: Faybelle's pet is Spindle, a pom-pomeranian whom she dotes upon. Faybelle herself fits the stereotype of such a dog's owner, being a nasty cheerleader from a prestigious family.
  • Mood-Swinger: She can go from menacing and scary to cheerful and flirty. Just see how she introduces herself and her legacy to Hopper in "An Hexclusive Invitation".
  • Mystical White Hair: Her hair is primarily white, and she magic fairy powers. Her doll, however, is a platinum blonde.
  • Nonstandard Character Design: Faybelle's face and body type are far more angular than any other girl in the show, to the point that she would fit right in at Monster High.
  • Odd Friendship: If you can really call it friendship; Faybelle and Ginger have known each other since they were kids but tend to clash because Faybelle is confident in herself and her legacy, while Ginger wants nothing to do with hers.
  • Only Friend: She's Duchess' one and only true friend, according to her profile, although this close friendshipis yet to be seen outside of the latter's diary. Any time the appear together, whether in the books or webisodes, they are always antagonistic toward one another.
  • Perky Goth: Dresses like an evil fairy, but is a cheerleader and is very enthusiastic about villainy.
  • Pointed Ears
  • Punny Name: Literally, Faybelle means something along the lines of "beautiful fairy," but it sounds like "fable."
  • Unskilled, but Strong: A self-imposed variant; Faybelle believes that, as a member of the most magical clans and species, raw power is all she needs to rely on, so she does not see the value of improving her control over it. As shown in Fairy's Got Talent, her go-to strategy when her magic falls short is to add some extra oomph, leading to complications.
  • Voice of the Legion: Faybelle's voice becomes distorted and echoey when she's angry, dramatic or doing a spell.
  • White Hair, Black Heart: Though certainly not pure evil, Faybelle's desire to be a wicked villain qualifies her for this trope.
  • Winged Humanoid: Faybelle, a fairy, has small wings that are vaguely butterfly-ish. She can indeed fly with them and loves to do so.

    Bunny Blanc
Voiced by: Karen Strassman.

The daughter of the White Rabbit, who did not escape Wonderland during the evacuation. She appears in Spring Unsprung with Alistair Wonderland, and later applies to Ever After High.


    Alistair Wonderland
Voiced by: Robbie Daymond.

The son of Alice herself. He was among the Wonderlanders who did not escape to Ever After, so he doesn't actually attend Ever After High. He appears in Spring Unsprung with Bunny Blanc, where they travel to Ever After to return the Storybook of Legends. Following the special, he applies to EAH.

  • Green-Eyed Monster: Does not like guys getting close to Bunny.
  • Guile Hero: Alistair loves adventuring and performing acts of heroism, much like Daring, but he prefers to use brains over brawn.
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: A friendly guy and loyal friend who has dirty blond hair.
  • Humble Hero: Zig-zagged. While he can get fairly cocky about his riddle-solving abilities, his diary reveals he sometimes struggles to see himself as heroic when compared to the likes of the princes at EAH.
  • Heroic BSoD: His diary implies he may have gone into one when the Evil Queen cursed Wonderland, as seeing Raven triggers memories of the incident. Later goes into a mild one after talking with Giles Grimm in the library, where the man reveals that the Queen's curse on Wonderland was in part because of his (and presumably Milton's) attempt to arrest her, which went terribly and pushed her to her limits.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The red to Bunny's blue, though he displays more intellectual traits than the typical red. Still, he's considerably bolder than the timid Bunny, and certainly passionate about his riddle-solving pursuits. He also is more likely to act on emotion, though usually in combination with his logic.
  • The Smart Guy: Prides himself on being a riddle solver. When Cedar Wood read the cursed riddle book which turned her into a liar Alistair came up with a pretty clever way of tricking her into telling where the riddle book was.
  • Ship Tease: With Bunny.
  • Smart People Play Chess: The resident Riddle Master, and "Bunny and Alistair Forever After" reveals that he's a member of the chess club...and the only member, at that.
  • Twice Shy: He has feelings for Bunny, who has an obvious crush on him.
  • Verbal Tic: Alistair has a habit of...inserting dramatic pauses.

    Hopper Croakington II
Voiced by: Cam Clarke.
Son of the Frog Prince. Blessed with quite a way with words, cursed with social awkwardness and turning into a frog whenever he gets tongue-tied and a complete and absolute obliviousness to the differences between frog life and human life.
  • Adorkable: Hopper manages to be this is in both forms, either as an extremely awkward teenaged boy, or as an eloquent little frog in a bow-tie.
  • Blessed with Suck: Hopper's frog form—ironically enough—prevents him from getting tongue tied and lets his inner poet and thespian shine...but he's still a slimy frog instead of a cute human boy.
  • Gibberish of Love: His tongue tied problem gets significantly worse when he's in from of Briar. He has in his heart a very detailed and extensive speech about his feelings, but all he can say to her while human is "You're so ho-ooo-t!"
  • Involuntary Shapeshifter: Seems the original curse had some residual effects...
  • Sesquipedalian Loquaciousness: In frog form.
  • Ship Tease: With Briar. He has a major crush on her, but his froggy habits and awkwardness in human form tend to get in the way when he tries to woo her. She warms up to him a bit when he helps her and Cupid set up the True Hearts Day party, but they're still Just Friends at the moment.
  • Speech Impediment: His main problems come from his tendency to get tongue tied, which activates his frog curse.

    Justine Dancer

Daughter of the Twelve Dancing Princesses (the 12th one, anyway). Justine is a confident and passionate dancer who has something of a friendly rivalry with the franchise's other dancer, Duchess Swan. Her dream is to open her own dance studio after her story ends.

  • Jack-of-All-Trades: Regarding her dancing; while her 11 older sisters all specialize in a certain style, Justine likes combining them all to create her own style.
  • Massive Numbered Siblings: 11 older sisters making for 12 princesses in all, as the story goes.
  • Nice Girl: In her diary, she wants to win So You're Destined to Dance because all her sisters competed but never won and they think that's why their fairytale doesn't get more recognition. She's also friends with Royals and Rebels and doesn't treat them any differently.
  • Race Lift: She's generally thought of as white in the fairy tale, but is black in the series.

    Farrah Goodfairy

The daughter of Cinderella's Fairy Godmother, Farrah can grant wishes, albeit very specific ones mostly related to outfits. This comes in handy for her, seeing as she wants to have a career in fashion after her story ends. Suitably enough, Farrah is friends with Ashlynn Ella, according to her profile.


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