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Nan Sharpe was Alice Liddell's nanny, and mentioned by Pris Witless as an "uppity whore." She is one of the people who seems to have no hate nor desire to receive any benefit from Alice's madness and seems to even pity her.
Before the fire
Nan looked after the Liddell sisters during Alice's youth, and taught them music and French. She apparently had conversations with Mrs. Liddell concerning Alice's daydreams of Wonderland. Nan told Alice that if she spent as much time as practicing the piano instead of daydreaming, she would be the next Sullivan or Gilbert. After the tragic fire, Nan visited Alice several times at Rutledge Asylum.
Alice: Madness Returns
Nan can be heard in Alice's collectable Memories.
Alice visited the Mangled Mermaid to find her former nanny. At the side of the establishment, she found Nan and Jack in a heated argument. Jack threatened Nan but she dismissed his threat and asked Alice to come up. Moments later, Alice saw Long Tim get stabbed by Jack and when she went to the room upstairs, she found her nanny sobbing on the floor after being threatened by him. Alice tried to defend her nanny but was knocked unconscious by the pimp after he knocked off a lamp on the table that set the establishment on fire.
After Alice came to, she and Nan rode a carriage to Radcliffe's house. This also implies Nan saved Alice's life from the fire as Alice was beside her. Alice inquired about her rabbit doll and the fire. Nan refused to tell her much about the incident and denied having the doll, saying that Radcliffe had it.
Alice saw Nan in one of the hallucinations she had at Rutledge Asylum. Nan told Alice that she (Nan) told Alice's mother that Alice was a distant and stubborn child who is too content in her own world. Nan told Alice that "young women need to leave their Wonderlands" and "the real world is not so wonderful. Nan said Alice needed to grow up and suggested Alice may need more time in "care."
She refers to Radcliffe as a "greedy sod" for having an interest in Alice's inheritance.
She is judgmental, but sympathetic.
It is unknown how she feels about being a prostitute. She acts quite depressed with the situation at hand, but treats it with a "hang-in, hold-on" mentality.
She also shows disgust for the selling of children for prostitution, one of the game's themes.
Nan Sharpe wears a pink dress that accentuates her breasts and black lace gloves. She has a peacock feather placed on the bun of her hair and has a sailor's anchor tattooed onto her right breast. She has a black eye, possibly due to frequently being hit by Jack Splatter or others.
- Nanny also makes a few comments to Alice in a cutscene, that suggests that Alice may have done things much as Nanny did (e.g. prostitution) to get by. In particular she makes a comment about "doing what one needs to do to get by." After which she goes on say to Alice that "she knows a good deal about that" to which Alice assents. However this seems unlikely due to Alice going immediately to Dr. Bumby's after she got out of the asylum to work for him, it being hinted that she works as the maid. This is also backed up by Pris Witless' comments on what Alice would be doing without her ‘help’ and Alice’s own morality.
- Jack Splatter is Nan's pimp whom she argues with. In Pris Witless' cutscene, Nan is seen serving drinks to Jack at the Mangled Mermaid.
- Jack's nickname for Nan is "Ladybird."
- Nan's room in the Mangled Mermaid has framed portraits of George Meredith, Kate Chopin, George Washington and Queen Victoria, possibly implying Nan admired these figures.