The White Knight is a character seen in Through the Looking-Glass. He has yet to appear in an Alice game so far.
Through the Looking-GlassEdit
The White Knight saved Alice Liddell from being captured by the Red Knight. The White knight defeated the Red and he escorts her to the next brook on the Looking Glass Land Chess boards so that she might become Queen. He wears tin armour and has an assortment of self-made inventions such as a box to carry sandwiches and clothes in, but he keeps it upside down and open so the rain doesn't get in. However, his clothes have fallen out. The knight also has a tendency to fall down off of his horse consistently. He sang Alice a song before their departure and had her wave him off with a handkerchief.
American McGee's AliceEdit
While White Chess Knights have appeared in American McGee's Alice, none have been specific characters as such as being the White Knight. However, an original illustration of the knight may have been the basis of the design for the chess knights of American McGee's Alice.
- The White Knight's appearance is based on John Tenniel, the illustrator of the Alice books.