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|“|| Please don't dawdle, Alice! We're very late, indeed!
The White Rabbit is responsible for sending Alice down his rabbit-hole and back to Wonderland. He is first seen as Alice's stuffed animal, and then becomes something that looks vaguely like the John Tenniel illustration, only more shriveled and corpse-like.
Early life Edit
The White Rabbit was always late for a very important date. Alice followed him down the rabbit hole into the amazing world of Wonderland, where he encountered Alice the first time in The Room of Doors. Alice had already eaten an Eat Me cake, grown taller, and frightened Rabbit, causing him to leave behind his fan and gloves.
Later, Alice meets the Rabbit again, only to have him mistake her as his maid, Mary-Ann. He orders her to find him a new set of gloves and fan. As he returns to his home, he sees a giant pair of arms and legs sticking out of his house, which belongs to poor Alice, as she ate something that caused her to grow huge again. Rabbit and other animals send Bill McGill down the chimney, but it doesn't work. Rabbit suggests that they burn the house down and throw rocks into one of the windows to hurt Alice.
They turn into little cakes as Alice eats one and shrinks down to a small size and escapes the White Rabbit's house. Later on, The White Rabbit is seen again at the Queen of Hearts' garden at the croquet match, and in the trial of the Knave of Hearts, who announces the case and calls in the witnesses.
American McGee's Alice Edit
The White Rabbit is seen in the game's prologue, taking tea with Alice and the others at the Mad Tea Party. When the fire breaks out, The Rabbit panics and tells everyone that Alice must be awoken in order to survive. In desperation, The Mad Hatter calls out her name, waking her up so she can escape the horrible blaze.
They meet again later in the Wonderland Woods, where he tells her to find Caterpillar. Later, he is killed by the Mad Hatter after being crushed flat under the Hatter's foot. Like all other characters murdered throughout the story, the White Rabbit is restored when Alice regains her sanity, following the death of the Queen of Hearts. The White Rabbit seems to be the Wonderland equivalent of Alice's rabbit doll that survived the fire with her.
Alice: Madness Returns Edit
- "Something wrong? Raaaaaather..."
- ―White Rabbit in Alice's flashback
The White Rabbit has returned in the sequel Alice: Madness Returns. He is seen sailing along a river with Alice during her hypnosis therapy where he begins to bleed at the mouth, his eye pops, and eventually his head rips off altogether, which starts a trigger of events that shows Wonderland has become polluted by Alice's insanity once again.
He is seen again later, but only as a host of mini games where Alice must survive hordes of oncoming enemies.
The White Rabbit is, as his title suggests, a rabbit with a white/grey coat of fur which appears to take a more human approach to its appearance. He is normally seen on his hind legs, similar to a human, however, when he runs it is proceeded with all four paws.
He is dressed in human attire which is much similar to the attire worn by Victorian males. He wears a black top hat with a red base, a white collar shirt with a purple neck tie under a gold vest under his red jacket, black fingerless gloves that display his claws along with white leg braces with black buttons. He is also seen many times carrying his pocket watch.
He is quite mangy in appearance, with his whiskers being bent out of shape and his teeth becoming a revolting yellow color. His eyes tend to "pop," being large and twitchy, similar to Alice's large eyes, which are probably not genetic but instead caused by something similar or anxiety disorder or thyroid disorder.
The White Rabbit appears to be a mature creature who does not approve of Alice's late arrivals and followings. He has a fairly above average voice which is slightly higher than that of a normal voice. His English accent is extremely overplayed. His personality is similar to that of the original White Rabbits and appears to be slightly unharmed by Wonderland's insanity.
One characteristic of the White Rabbit that has not changed is his constant effort of punctuality, and he still always seems to be two steps ahead of Alice. He was with Alice and the other Wonderlanders when her house caught on fire.
Powers and abilities Edit
The White Rabbit does not appear to have many supernatural abilities, however, he appears to be able to complete tasks much quicker and easier than Alice, such as shrinking and getting past enemies throughout Wonderland.
- Three toys of the white rabbit were made to promote American McGee's Alice, one greatly resembled him (with two exceptions: a large tea cup with skulls and cross bones along the rim and his watch was fully numbered instead of just having hashes all along it.) one that has him in a gray coat instead of red, and (perhaps the rarest and most popular) The Black Rabbit, his clothes are all gray, his fur is black, his watch has a skull and cross bones and his eyes are solid white, like a zombie.
- The beta of Alice shows that the White Rabbit was considerably larger than Alice, when in-game she is around the same size as him.
- Originally, he was going to be seen in Wonderland, but for whatever reason, his part had been scrapped. It's possible that his exclusion in the sequel is due to Alice's Rabbit doll being out of her possession for the duration of the game.