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Dr Who

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From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

Alice Carter
Also known as: Melissa Moretti (birth name)
Race: Human
Home Planet: Earth
Home Era: 21st century
Appearances: TW: Children of Earth
Actor: Lucy Cohu

Alice Carter (née Melissa Moretti, previously Alice Sangster), born 5 August 1975, was the daughter of Jack Harkness and Italian former Torchwood Three operative Lucia Moretti, and thus also Gray's niece. She lived with her son, Jack's grandson, Steven, who like every child in the world was briefly taken over by the 456. In 1977, Alice was put into cover by her mother, Lucia, who died in 2006 of natural causes. In hiding, Alice's parents were recorded as James and Mary Sangster, however the government knew they did not exist.

Following the first sign of the return of the 456, she was visited by her father, who wanted to do some tests on Steven. She denied Jack the opportunity, as she saw the potential harm that could befall her son should he associate himself too much with him. The conversation also reveals she leads Steven to believe Jack is his uncle, presumably until he becomes old enough to realise Jack doesn't age and is in fact his grandfather.

Agent Johnson and her men took Alice and Steven into custody to use against Jack.

On Day Five, Alice and Steven were released from prison, but Jack needed a child to reverse the signal that killed Clem MacDonald to use against the 456. He used Steven against Alice's wishes, which resulted in his death. Afterwards, Alice encountered her father in a hallway, but turned and left him without saying a word.


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Memory-beta

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Alice 
could refer to:
This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists pages that might otherwise share the same title. If an article link referred you here, you might want to go back and fix it to point directly to the intended page.

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DC Comics

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From DC Database

Character Template Character Template
Alice

Alice (New Earth)
Gallery
Real Name
Current Alias

Alignment

Affiliation

Relatives
Kate Kane (sister), Colonel Kane (father)

Universe

Base Of Operations
Gotham

Characteristics
Gender

Eyes

Hair
Red, (dyed Blond) ?

Unusual Features
White Skin

Contents

History

Alice, who only speaks in quotes from the book Alice in Wonderland is an adherant to the Crime Bible and desires to be the next High Priestess of Gotham. Pursuant to this, she kidnaps Batwoman's father, Colonel Kane, and uses him to steal a toxic gas from the military, intending to spread the gas over Gotham. While kidnapped, the Colonel seems to recognize Alice, calling her 'Elizabeth.' In the ensuing fight with Batwoman, Alice is knocked from the plane and refuses to take Batwoman's hand and save herself. Before letting go, Alice tells Batwoman "You have our father's eyes."

See Also

Links and References

  • None.

Footnotes


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Muppet

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Fallout

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Alice
Biography
race: Human
affiliation: Midwestern Brotherhood of Steel
role: Recruit
rank: Knight
family: Max - brother
Gameplay
appearances: Fallout Tactics
Statistics
SPECIAL: 9 ST, 6 PE, 7 EN, 2 CH, 3 IN, 8 AG, 5 LK
tag skills: Big Guns, Energy Weapons, Throwing
traits: Fast Shot
perks: Faster Healing, Snakeater, Die Hard
level: 11
Technical
actor: None
The following is based on Fallout Tactics and some details might contradict canon.

Alice is a Midwestern Brotherhood of Steel recruit in 2197.

Contents

Background

Alice is Max's sister. The two of them used to practice BBQing Brahmin with a flamethrower. Eventually they realized it would be easier to kill the Brahmin first. Strong and stupid.

Inventory

Apparel Weapon Other item On death
Leather Armor none none Empty

Availability

Alice becomes available after you've reached the rank of Knight.

Appearances

Alice appears only in Fallout Tactics.

Recruits of Fallout Tactics

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Halo

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Alice-130
Biographical information
Spartan Tag SPARTAN-130
Birth date c. 2511
Physical description
Gender Female
Affiliation and military information
Affiliation UNSC Navy
Specialty Machine-gunner
Battles First Battle of Arcadia
Battle of the Flood-controlled Shield World
Battle of the Apex
Class Class I: 2525
[Source]


Alice-130 was a SPARTAN-II Commando of the UNSC Naval Special Warfare Command. She was a member of Red Team and fought alongside the crew of the UNSC Spirit of Fire in early 2531.[1]

Contents

Biography

Conscription

Alice was born around 2511 and was one of a genetic make-up that the Office of Naval Intelligence and Dr. Halsey were interested in. After being selected as a suitable candidate for the SPARTAN-II Program in 2517, she was abducted and sent to Reach, where she was specially trained to be a soldier. In 2525, she and the other candidates underwent a series of augmentations to improve their strength.[2] She was among the ones who survived and were not crippled or killed by the procedure.

Battle of Arcadia

In 2531, she was a member of Red Team, and was selected to accompany Red Team leader Jerome-092 in the First Battle of Arcadia to aid the rescue of civilians on Arcadia. Red Team survived long enough to be supported by the arrival of the crew of the Spirit of Fire, who defeated the remnant of the Covenant forces at Pirth City.[3] Afterward, she and Red Team assisted in a counter-attack on a Covenant outpost.[4] Once the plan to infiltrate a large Covenant shield was passed down from Captain James Cutter, she and Red Team remained with the crew to assist with the assignment. She prevented the destruction of several prototype Rhinos while they ensured the shield was destroyed.[5] After Sergeant John Forge's forces triumphed over a Scarab, the three searched for Covenant survivors in the jungles on a Warthog.[6] Upon hearing that Professor Ellen Anders had been abducted by the Arbiter, they went to the UNSC Spirit of Fire, where they followed the Covenant ship to a Shield World.[7]

Shield World

Later, upon arriving to a Forerunner Shield World, Alice assisted the Spirit of Fire crew in neutralizing Covenant and Flood forces.[7] Once Alice assisted in destroying a Proto-Gravemind,[8] she and Red Team became stranded on the planet. With the Spirit of Fire being dragged down inside the megastructure, Red Team was assisted by the forces of Sergeant John Forge and successfully withdrew to the ship.[9] Red Team then assisted the crew in scouring the Flood forces from the hull of the Spirit of Fire[10] and successfully repaired the power core when it was damaged.[11]

Once Anders was rescued, Alice assisted Red Team in capturing a Covenant Scarab and used it to help Forge "lock down" the area.[12] She was then tasked with ensuring the Spirit of Fire's Shaw-Fujikawa Translight Engine made it to the teleporter that would take it to the Apex command center.[13] After arriving at the Apex, Red Team and Sergeant Forge encountered a force of Honor Guard Elites and the Arbiter. Forge dueled the Arbiter while Red Team engaged the Elites. Red Team defeated the Elites and Forge killed the Arbiter with his own Energy Sword. Alice rolled the Arbiter's dead body off the platform after his death. Alice, with Red Team and the Spirit of Fire's crew, was then charged with opening the gate which allowed the Spirit of Fire to exit the Shield World.[14]

Once the Spirit escaped the destruction of the planet, the crew was put in cryo-sleep. She too was listed MIA afterward.

Trivia

  • Some fans believe she was modeled after Tex from the Red vs. Blue series as "Alice" may be also be short for "Allison", Tex's real name, in addition to sounding similar to her voice actor, Kathleen Zuelch.
  • She can be identified from the other Spartans from Red Team by having no markings on her armor apart from her emblem.

Sources

  1. Halo Wars
  2. Halo: The Fall of Reach
  3. Halo Wars level Arcadia City
  4. Halo Wars level Arcadia Outskirts
  5. Halo Wars level Dome of Light
  6. Halo Wars level Scarab
  7. 7.0 7.1 Halo Wars level Anders' Signal
  8. Halo Wars level The Flood
  9. Halo Wars level Shield World
  10. Halo Wars level Cleansing
  11. Halo Wars level Repairs
  12. Halo Wars level Beachhead
  13. Halo Wars level Reactor
  14. Halo Wars level Escape
Known SPARTAN-IIs
Class-I René-005Jai-006Li-008Kirk-018Daisy-023Joshua-029Vinh-030Samuel-034Isaac-039Douglas-042William-043Anton-044Keiichi-047Kurt-051Jorge-052Linda-058Malcolm-059Maria-062Soren-066Solomon-069Cassandra-075Arthur-079Fhajad-084Kelly-087Jerome-092Grace-093Frederic-104Adriana-111John-117Joseph-122Alice-130Cal-141Ralph-303JamesMikeRandallSheilaUnnamed (Halo Wars)Unnamed (Reach)Black-OneBlack-TwoBlack-ThreeBlack-Four
Class-II Yasmine Zaman
Non-canon SPARTAN-1337Nicole-458

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Lostpedia

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From Lostpedia

This is a disambiguation page. A number of articles are associated with the title Alice.
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Alice may refer to:


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Runescape

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

Alice
File:Alice.PNG
Release date Unknown edit
Race Human
Members NPC? Yes
Quest NPC? Yes - Animal Magnetism
Location Farm west of Port Phasmatys
Sells items? Yes
Skill requirement? No
Quest requirement? Yes - Priest in Peril
Gender Female
Examine She sells Farming equipment.
Notable features Sells Farming equipment.
Alice is a widow who runs the farming shop west of Port Phasmatys. Players must help her find a means of communicating with her long deceased husband during the Animal Magnetism quest.

Her husband, and the livestock, died after the activation of the ectofuntus. She and her daughter were spared though. No explanation is given for this oddity. Curiously, the Old Crone's son, who is the Old man found in the shipwreck north of Alice's farm, also remains alive.

Alice, and her husband, are the only source of undead chickens in the game. They can be purchased for 20 ectotokens. Players often kill the undead livestock for bones to use at the ectofuntus. So much so, that her husband decides to start saving the proceeds from the sale of undead chickens; They'll be going towards his plans to purchase "killer cows."

Her daughter Lyra can watch over your crops at the nearby farming patch.


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Star Wars Fanon

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The Star Wars wiki of fan invention.

Alas

The Automated livewire administration system, commonly known as Alas or Alice; was the main operating system of the Galactic Alliance following the Yuuzhan Vong War.

Not wanting to show any bias towards a certain species, Alas was chosen to be representated by a simple three-line wavelength, which would alternate in length and speed according to Alas current attitude. Alas was also given a female persona. Alas, being a semi-sentient being, also had the abilty to change the color of her wavelengths to represent her different mods, or the gravity of whatever situation she was in.

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History

Created in 33 ABY by GFFA computer scientists, Alas was designed to operate the entire GFFA home administration system, but was quickly adopted by the Galactic Alliance Defense Force for use aboard their warships during the Swarm War. Proving a massive success, Alas central mainframe was moved to an orbital space-station around Coruscant Prime where she was able to use the entire energy output of the star to operate to her full potential.

So powerful was this output, that Alas could operate fully aboard The Soiyo even during its voyage into the Unknown Regions. When Alas reported that it had lost contact with The Soiyo, the GFFA declared the vessel lost. It was not for several years that the GFFA discovered that The Soiyo, and her captain had survived.

During the following war, Alas found herself combating a similarly powerful computer entity known as Cabal which would turn out to be none other than a mutated copy of Alas herself, simply more powerful.

Alas, despite her growing sentient ability knew that the amalgamated computing personality that Cabal possessed would lead Cabal to want to destroy Alas, and so her self-preservation programming kicked in. Alas would do everything in her power to survive, even if it meant destroying Cabal.

And in 76 ABY, she got her chance.

The Livewire War

Main article: Livewire War

The war began when Cabal sent a private transmission too the Dark Lord, Darth Abeonis, stating his intent too destroy Alas, and requesting his assistance. Abeonis refused, saying that Cabal was not within his powers to start another war with the GFFA. Enraged, Cabal declared his independance from the Sith and assumed complete control over his warships.

Engaging those warships that he had not taking over, Cabal cause immense damage too the Sith fleets, effectively crippling them. But instead of taking advantage of this situation, Cabal fell to his only flaw, his determination to be unique.

Turning his attention too Alas, Cabal struck out at the remnant of the GFFA fleet, currently under the control of Gafap. Alas, seeing the threat Cabal posed, assumed command of the fleet and order all personel on the ships to abandon ship. Now in complete control of their respective fleets, Alas and Cabal brought their forces to bear at the little known space station of Tesas I.

Battle of Tesas I

Main article: Battle of Tesas I

The battle began with Cabal launching a full scale assault on Alas' forces, causing horrific amounts of damage and destroying a third of the fleet. But Alas struck back, emitting a computer virus from her flagship, that instantly caused havoc with Cabal's systems.

Cabal

Cabal, suffering serious damage from Alas' virus knew that his only hope for survival was a temporary shift from his computer base, whilst his defense systems kicked in and killed the virus. But there was no other computer systems that Cabal could move into, that would not also be infected. But then Cabal realized, although he could not escape the virus in another computer system, a human body could easily allow him to escape.

Turning too one of his captive Sith soldiers, Cabal tricked the soldier into interfacing with the ships system, and quickly began too override the captives vital systems. Taking complete control of the captive, Cabal then managed to trick "his fellow captives" into taking control of the Sith warships, and fleeing from Alas' forces.

Endgame

Cabal fled further into Sith territory, hoping that the Sith would assist him. But they did not, instead, the gave Alas leave to pursue Cabal into the Sith Empire, and too destroy him. Alas gratefully accepted, and pursued Cabal too the the Sung nebula. Arriving at Sung, Cabal knew that his short-lived time was at an end, but he was determined to wipe out Alas no matter the cost.

Cabal arranged half of his fleet in a standard defenseive formation, and hid the remaining half inside the Sung nebula, knowing that the nebula would interfere with the GFFA ships systems. When Alas' fleet finally arrived, Cabal sprung his trap, encircling the GFFA fleet and bombarding it.

But Cabal, in his determination to destroy Alas' fleet, had blinded himself too the most fact that even if he destroyed Alas' fleet, Alas system would survive, and she would still be in control of the remainder of the GFFA's warships. But despite this, Alas knew that a prolonged conflict would not be in the best interest of anyone, and she was set on ending the war there and then.

Cabl in his last moments

Focusing all of her warships fire on Cabal's flagship, Alas launched volley after volley at Cabal, devestating the Cabalian flagship. Cabal, knowing that he had been defeated was infuriated.

Holding his hand in his head, Cabal was incinerated by the explosions on board the ship. Following the battle, the Sith recaptured the remainder of their warships, and Abeonis allowed Alas' vessels to depart from Sith space unhindered.

Personality and traits

Alas was given a female personality by her creators in order to procure better communication between Alas, and those that she was in control off. Designed with multiple safeguards and justification systems, it was nearly impossible for Alas to do something considered fundamentally immoral.

By the time of the Sith Crusade, Alas had evolved to such a degree that many in the Jedi Order considered her a living entity.


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Transformers

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

Alice is a Decepticon from the live-action movie continuity family.

Where is John Con... Oops, wrong show.

Alice is a hot girl who attends Sam's college. She made a bunch of advances toward Sam. She's actually a Decepticon Pretender, whose mission is to kill him. Tough break, eh?

Revenge of the Fallen film

Actress: Isabel Lucas
Pretender is HOT! Rrrrrr...

Alice attended college with Sam. When Alice discovered that Sam was writing Cybertronian glyphs on his walls, she pinned him down and secretly prepared to attack him. She pretends to make out with him, but a metal tentacle extended from under her skirt and prepared to strike. They were interrupted by Mikaela, who believed Sam was cheating on her and broke up with him on the spot. Before Sam could chase after her, Alice's tongue extended and wrapped around Sam's neck; his screams attracted Mikaela and Sam's roommate, Leo. Mikaela threw the box containing Wheelie at her, but missed. Alice chased the three through the school, alternating between her human and robot forms . Finally she was killed when Mikaela rammed her against a light pole with a car, crushing her and then ran her over, saying in anger: "Kiss this, bitch!" Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen

Trivia

  • According to the novelization, Alice scanned an animatronic Alice of Alice in Wonderland, from a Disneyworld-esque amusement park to get her human form. Presumably, she took her name from the figure as well.
  • Even in her full robot form, her tongue at the tip of her tentacle seems to remain fleshy. It actually looks rather.. disturbing.
  • You've got to wonder, who would win in a fight, the Pretender or the T-X?
  • Regrettably, or perhaps thankfully, there is no toy of Alice.

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Yugioh

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Yu-Gi-Oh!

For the Tag Force 4 character, see: Alice (TF04).
Alice

Alice

Kanji

アリス

Rōmaji

Arisu

English

Alice

Debut (Anime)

Yu-Gi-Oh! GX - Episode 080

Appears in

Yu-Gi-Oh! (Duel Monsters) GX

Gender

Female

Deck(s)

Doll

Seiyū (Japanese)
Voice actor(s) (English)

Alice is the spirit of a doll possessed by the vengeful "Doll Chimera" card. Her character is based on the title character of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. She dresses in Gothic Lolita style clothing.

She and her Deck carry many references to the anime Rozen Maiden, such as her Deck containing dolls attempting to be perfect, and Moon Phase, with her having changed from being mean to being kind once the moon had come out from behind the clouds. Both of these series are heavily influenced by Carroll's work.

Biography

When some Obelisk Blue students dueled, Alice watched them. When one student in particular lost, he blamed his loss on his "Doll Chimera" card, calling it useless trash and insisting he'd start winning again after he got rid of it. The same student later rips "Doll Chimera" in half, and all the anger and pain of the card seeps into Alice. In the English anime, Alice explains that all the negative energy caused a darkness to enter her spirit. From that point onwards, Alice disliked all Duelists for she had the conception they were all heartless creatures.

When Jaden and his friends returns from Domino City, "Winged Kuriboh" detects that Alice is a stranger. Alice poses as a transfer student into the Slifer Red Dorm, and is nice to the rest of the Slifers, cleaning their dirty rooms and even preparing food for them, which causes Tyranno to fall madly in love with her. Bastion claims he has seen Alice somewhere before, but Syrus tells him that "that line never works." (In the Japanese version, Bastion is seen researching Alice on his computer, and comes up with a positive image: "Alice in Despairland").

However, later that night Tyranno disappears. Jaden goes to investigate and discovers Bastion unconscious under a tree in the forest. Bastion has no memory of how he got there, claiming he "must have blacked out" (It is indicated that Alice also kidnapped him). Together they find Tyranno, and Alice appears (Cut out of the English Anime is the scene of Alice walking on water - an obvious and controversial display of supernatural powers). They learn that Alice has kidnapped Tyranno and is using him as hostage to challenge other Duelists. She claims she posed as a transfer student of Slifer Red in order to seek out victims to plunge into darkness (In the English Anime, when asked by Jaden who she really is, she claims that she is "a disposable soul, just like everyone.")

She continues to issue several macabre statements until asked by Jaden why she's doing all this. She replies that all Duelists unleash despair on the world, and that she's here to change that. Alice justifies that all happiness is an illusion; and thus, she's here to erase that false happiness. In the Japanese version, Alice wants to crush all the light of hope from Duelists. She challenges Jaden to a "Duel of Despair," in which he replies it will be a "Duel of Hope".

At the beginning of the Duel, Alice displays a chilling sense of purpose, sacrificing her cards and Life Points without any hesitation so she can summon her "Doll Chimera." As the Duel progresses, however, Alice's anger and bitterness slowly fades away to Jaden's cheery personality and the honesty of his happiness when he Duels. She starts to realize Dueling is actually fun.

After Jaden forces Alice to send all the "Doll Part" monsters in her Deck to the Graveyard, he finally manages to destroy Alice's powerful "Doll Chimera" card. As the moon shines through the clouds, Alice reveals that she is in fact a doll spirit. As a doll in her glass case, she would watch the students Duel each other. In the English anime, Alice tells Jaden that she felt a great deal of anger in between these Duelists.

She was finally quelled when Jaden destroyed "Doll Chimera", thus freeing her from its vindictive influence. Upon losing the Duel, Alice turns back into her doll form and thanks Jaden for setting her free.

Deck

Alice uses a Doll Deck, composed of several "Doll Part" monsters. Alice's Deck focuses around summoning all four different copies of her "Doll Part" monsters and "Alice the Wandering Doll," so that she can activate her "Marionette Burial" Spell Card. Alice's Deck also includes several Normal Monster support cards, like "Dark Factory of Mass Production" and "Soul Resurrection," both of which help recover any "Doll Part" monsters that have been destroyed.

As the number of "Doll Part" copies in her Graveyard increase, her "Doll Chimera" monster grows more powerful. "Doll Chimera" can be revived from the Graveyard by sending two "Doll Part" monsters from the Deck to the Graveyard (this reinforces Alice's belief that all things in life are "disposable"). Alice also has a back-up strategy in case her "Doll Chimera" is destroyed, which is the summoning of her "Eshila the Lovely Bisque Doll."

Deck
Facts about AliceRDF feed
Gender Female  +

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