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Project W.O.N.D.E.R.L.A.N.D

Project W.O.N.D.E.R.L.A.N.D

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🐈🐾Kitty Bell🐾🐈 By kmbell92 Completed

"The Queen of Hearts has escaped. I repeat, the Queen of Hearts has escaped."
"Jesus, there's blood everywhere in here!"
"Man down! We got a man down."
"There's something written on the wall."
"What does it say?"
"Off with their heads."

Project W.O.N.D.E.R.L.A.N.D was put into place creating five unique individuals that would be unstoppable as a fighting force. However, similar to the characters in which their powers were based on, they turned out to be too dysfunctional to work. They were deemed insane and unusable, their creators planned to destroy them. Instead, they were the ones destroyed. Their heads ripped clean from their bodies.

With one of the experiments on the loose, Project W.O.N.D.E.R.L.A.N.D's creator's daughter, Alice Fields, must call on the help of the other experiments to track down Queenie, or also known as the Queen of Hearts, as the angry experiment is on a wild, murderous, rampage.

With the help of the time obsessed White Rabbit, the chain-smoking Caterpillar, the gender-neutral Cheshire Cat and the ever eccentric Mad Hatter, Alice has to put a stop to the blood thirsty experiment. But can she stop Queenie or will she lose her head mentally and physically?

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How does one come with a topic like this? I don't know, but it's BRILLIANT
CraftyMyths CraftyMyths Mar 29
Though original Alice's hair was not blonde. Also, if you died blonde hair black, it would be dark brown after a while.
I was in the play alice in wonderland and I played the cheshire cat. Just a random fact. K bue
Le_Cookie_Jar Le_Cookie_Jar Nov 20, 2016
How rude!
                              Never destroy/stab a man/woman/rabbit/gender-confused feline in the gut while the tea party isn't finished yet. Table manners, dear god...
I call my cousin queen Queenie Baby the only reason I'm reading this is for her. She saw her name and went crazy.
SabineBlackwood SabineBlackwood Nov 21, 2016
Simple but quite enticing.  I can see that you cared enough to edit this into a simple concept that delivers immediately on the concept that you promised with your blurb.
                              If I had to mention something, it's that perhaps you ought to re-think calling this a "prologue".