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Mad Hatter

"Why is a raven like a writing desk?"

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a character in “A rabbit hole to hell”, as played by gelaniixi


May be a bit bonkers and rude every now and then but this is just one of his many ways to mask what he truly is: a cunning, devious man who is entirely the opposite of what the stories from Above tell of him. Along with the March Hare, he too knows a great many things about Wonderland. But he leaves the talking to the Hare for he prioritizes his beloved tea of course. Is there anything more important than tea? Of course there's nothing more important! Why, how mad of you to think so.


Name: As long as he can remember, he was always called Mad Hatter. But if he does try and think really hard, he believes his real name starts with the letter 'R'.

Age: No one really knows. Hatter doesn't care about his age, but since he knows just as much as March Hare, then I guess he's a bit on the older side. But you can't really tell on his physical appearance. Lucky lad. Though the Hare is much, much older than he.

Appearance: Most of his clothes' colors are very dark. Almost black. The only vibrant color in his person is the electric violet that serves as accents in his otherwise dark apparel. His shocking red hair is let down. On his face is a tattoo of the spades. His eye color? No one knows. But the unfortunate people who had seen his whole face said that his eyes glow an unholy red.

Quirks/Personality: He usually hides his eyes beneath the brim of his hat, one of his many quirks. A lover of tea and hats. So don't you dare think of borrowing his top hat. Or you might be facing the deadly end of his cane/weapon instead. The Hatter is very intelligent. Though he hides that by acting rather mad. Don't get him wrong. He IS mad. But mad in a way that defies all logic yet it makes a lot more sense than... sense. Because the 'player' is a tad bit infatuated with Johnny Depp, she will then add a little quirk from Burton's Hatter: a Scottish brogue. Of course, this Hatter's brogue won't show itself unless overcome with very strong emotions. Otherwise, his way of speaking would be that of a "gentleman". Hatter's words, not mine.

Relationship with Others: Hatter has been a dear friend to the Hare and Dormouse. Very loyal to the two. The Red Queen, however, he'll gladly drink a cup of cold tea than befriend that awful tyrant. Who would want to be friends with the sour beast? Alice, ah. That dear can be very rude. She also doesn't understand Wonderland logic! And her hair needs cutting. The Hatter also always treats others like how he treats...others. Never afraid to speak what's on his mind and always gives them random but important tidbits of things.

Likes: Hatter is a firm believer that tea and rhymes go together like bread-and-butter. But don't tell the Dormouse that. For the Dormouse hates butter. Or was it treacles? Treacle well? Huh? He does like tea parties. He usually hosts tea parties during brillig.

Dislikes: Time. Oh dear. How he despises Time. He despises it so much, he even killed It. Maybe because he has been waiting for Alice for a long Time? It's better to wait when time stops rather than know that Time is moving in an awfully slow pace. He also dislikes the Red Queen. But don't tell her that. He likes his head on top of his shoulders, thank you very much.

History: Hatter has been in Wonderland for as long as he can remember. Always hosting tea parties, joking along with the Hare and the Dormouse, mayhap singing songs that maybe, just maybe, can be a form of insult to the Red Queen. He has always been the one waiting for an Alice to visit his tea parties and tells her riddles and many other things logic can't quite grasp. Or get. Or understand. Whichever you prefer, actually.

So begins...

Mad Hatter's Story