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Alice

"At least I know who I WAS when I got up this morning, but I think I must have been changed several times since then."

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a character in “Disney at Hogwarts”, as played by MissBrightside_

Description

Name: Alice

Nickname (if any): Alice always goes by Alice, there doesn't seem to be an shorter word and she would much rather be Alice than anything else.

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Gender: Female

House: Hufflepuff Image

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Movie/Show originated from (if any): Alice in Wonderland

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Physical description (words and pictures are nice):

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Alice has long, thick blonde hair, just past shoulder length and big, blue eyes. Her figure is slender, and her complexion fair being as young as she is.
Alice's signature outfit is a light blue knee-length dress, with a white pinafore apron on top. Underneath her dress, she wears a corset, white petticoat, white stockings, white knee-length pantalettes, black strapped Mary Jane shoes and a black bow in her hair.

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Personality:
-Some parts taken from Disney Wiki and modified-
Alice is made to look like a daydreamer first and foremost. Prior to arriving in Wonderland, she sat on the bank of a river listening to her sister reading lessons, which she didn't like as the book, her sister was reading, had no pictures, and claimed, "In my world, the books would be nothing but pictures!" This gives some idea of Alice's large imagination. And at first, Wonderland seemed like the perfect place for Alice, as it allowed her to indulge in her imaginings as well as her intense curiosity. However, Alice's quick temper and pedantic eagerness to show off her knowledge often proved to be bad qualities in Wonderland, and landed her in many precarious situations. Still she's seen as polite, honest, well spoken, lovely and respectful, if not given a reason to be other wise.
The usual term people use to refer to Alice is "Off with the faires." although she always corrects them as she hasn't encountered any faires in Wonderland, although she supposes the cheshire cat is quite magical but that's not fairy magic that's something else...And so on she would talk.

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History:
Alice is sitting in a tree with her cat Dinah listening to a history lesson being given from her older sister, who repeatedly reminds Alice to stop daydreaming and pay attention. Alice slips away with Dinah, going off about "a world of her own". Near a brook, she spots a White Rabbit with a wastecoat and an oversized pocketwatch fretting endlessly over how late he is running. Filled with curiosity over what a rabbit could be late for, Alice hurries after the White Rabbit, begging it to wait. She follows the rabbit into a small rabbithole, where the ground gives way and she tumbles end over end down an endless black hole. Her dress catches her fall like a parachute and after floating past assorted household objects such as chairs and pictures aloft in the hole, she lands safely at the bottom. She continues her pursuit of the rabbit to a round, cavernous room with doors on all sides. At one door in particular is a cheerful doorknob placed on a door too small for her. At the advisement of the doorknob, Alice eats and drinks various magical comestibles to fetch a key to the door and become the proper size to enter, but ends up growing too big for the room. Aggrieved at becoming so gigantic, the young girl begins to cry great drops of water that turn the room into a lake. Alice manages to shrink herself once more before she is washed safely through the keyhole and enters Wonderland.

It is when Alice returns from her wonderland adventures that her mother is infuriated, Alice is obsessed with talking about 'nonsensical' things and her mother decides to do what's best and send her off to boarding school, as she looks for one a strange letter arrives informing her that Alice is wanted at The Hogwarts School for Witchcraft and Wizardry, her mother not sure about what to make of this whole things sends her, thinking it'll do Alice some good and not realising that she's sending her to the one place that is the most magical school on earth.

Alice is now on her way to Diagon Alley, Dinah in her lap she waits for her victorian era-style carriage to stop.

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Interests:
+Reading
+Writing (Stories)
+Playing with her cat
+Art and Music
+Going on adventures
+Wonderland

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Equipment: Alice doesn't carry anything other than her kitten (Dinah) and her spare pair of white gloves.

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So begins...

Alice's Story

Characters Present

Character Portrait: Violet Parr Character Portrait: Alice

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Violet sighed, leaning against the car window - Her brother's were fighting, her parent's were arguing over 'who read the map wrong' and she was just sitting there, turning herself in and out of invisibility for want of something to do.
Finally she hears her parent's exclaim "Here we are!" and she jumps out, looking at the old bar they were told to go through.
'The Leaky Cauldron' she notes, pushing open the old, black, dusty door.

Compared to the outside, the innards of this place is gorgeous.
"Nice," She hears her brother say and she rolls her eyes.
Her Father walks up to the bartender and asks him, "Do you know how to get to Diagon Alley?" To which he receives a curt nod.

Following the old, bartender outside, she sees a large brick wall and frowns about to speak when-
"How are we meant to get through that? Climb?" Her mother says and Violet shuts her mouth.
The man scoffs and shakes his head, "Who are they letting into Hogwarts now." And touches the bricks in a pattern.
Slowly the bricks melt away to reveal a bustling town and her whole family stand there in awe.
That is, until she barman coughs loudly, "you going in or what?" He asks.

They nod and walk into the magical town - Well, that really was just it wasn't it? It is a magical town.
Trying yet again to say something, she gets cut off by Dash.
"Wow, wow wow! Mum, Mum can I go explore? Can I, can I? Please, please, please?" Her brother squeals, jumping up and down with his super speed so all he looks like is a blur.
Putting her arms on his shoulders she looks at him, "Stop Dash, you'll attract more attention than we need. Okay but you have to stay with Violet and Jack Jack me and dad are just going to get something."

Violet is just about to complain when her mother thrusts Jack Jack upon her and yells 'Bye' over her shoulder.
Sighing, Violet realises the sooner she's shot of her family the better and then thinks, "They haven't even let me talk at all today. They're always interrupting me."


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Alice smiled down at her kitten as the carriage rolled on, she was on her own for this one, her mother not wanting to listen to anymore of her 'silly stories'.
If only they knew just how real they were. She would think to herself on occasion and then think back to her wonderland adventures which would cause her only to believe them even more.

She wasn't so sure about going to this 'Hogwarts' it seemed awfully strange, so actually, maybe it was perfect for her.
Although her mother hadn't seen it like that, you see, before she fell down the white rabbit's hole her mother had promised her hand to a Mr. Joy although that was a lie, he wasn't a joy to be around at all. In fact he was judgemental and cold and only wanted Alice's hand because she was beautiful which her mother didn't mind because she was only promising Alice to him for a large, large sum of money.
But, of course after Alice came back Mr. Joy refused the offer, saying she was 'crazed' and needed to 'go to an asylum'

"What an awful man." She whispers to herself, shutting her eyes to get her out of this thought.
No, I refuse to think myself made, if I do I might just go as insane as that silly, old hare. She thinks, taking a deep breath.

"Madam, we're here." Says her driver and Alice smiles slightly, re-opening her eyes to look at the leaky cauldron.

Alice made swift work charming the barman, she told him all about wonderland and he didn't think her made, well maybe a little, but not like her mother - Not enough to be on the brink of sending your daughter to an asylum like that awful man suggested.
Alice bites down hard on her lip, why was she still thinking about these things? It was pointless; she was here now and she would not be going to an asylum.

She watches as the man touches the bricks and how they glide apart.
"Wonderful!" She exclaims, thanks the man and walks into the gorgeous little town, deciding she just had to look in all the shop's windows.