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I like know nothing really about this book!!! I mean I have heard good things about it and have been trying to find it so that I can read it for about a year now, but yeah.... I also don't know where to look for a good picture of the red queen... what I know most about her is that she opposes Alice and that at the party where Alice is to be promoted into a queen from a pawn things go kindda hectic and Alice suspects that it is the Red Queen's doing * I hope that is tight?*
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I like know nothing really about this book!!! I mean I have heard good things about it and have been trying to find it so that I can read it for about a year now, but yeah.... I also don't know where to look for a good picture of the red queen... what I know most about her is that she opposes Alice and that at the party where Alice is to be promoted into a queen from a pawn things go kindda hectic and Alice suspects that it is the Red Queen's doing * I hope that is tight?*


The Red Queen is a chess board piece. She meets up with Alice in chessboard land where she cannot seem to get out and keeps running into her in the same exact spot no matter how fast she runs to get out of the chess land. She is offered a throne by the Red Queen if she can go up eight spaces in chess and since Alice is on the White Queen's side and she is playing chess against the Red Queen, it would be best to assume that they are not friends. The Red queen is depicted as a woman with a large head, ugly, and she's also meant to look like a chess piece but she doesn't have to. -Due to the fact that she's called the Red Queen people often confuse her for the Queen of Hearts but they are not one in the same. They are two different character's in the books. They do look similar due to the fact that they both wear mostly red, are queens, and demand respect of other players.
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I like know nothing really about this book!!! I mean I have heard good things about it and have been trying to find it so that I can read it for about a year now, but yeah.... I also don't know where to look for a good picture of the red queen... what I know most about her is that she opposes Alice and that at the party where Alice is to be promoted into a queen from a pawn things go kindda hectic and Alice suspects that it is the Red Queen's doing * I hope that is tight?*


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The Red Queen is a chess board piece. She meets up with Alice in chessboard land where she cannot seem to get out and keeps running into her in the same exact spot no matter how fast she runs to get out of the chess land. She is offered a throne by the Red Queen if she can go up eight spaces in chess and since Alice is on the White Queen's side and she is playing chess against the Red Queen, it would be best to assume that they are not friends. The Red queen is depicted as a woman with a large head, ugly, and she's also meant to look like a chess piece but she doesn't have to. -Due to the fact that she's called the Red Queen people often confuse her for the Queen of Hearts but they are not one in the same. They are two different character's in the books. They do look similar due to the fact that they both wear mostly red, are queens, and demand respect of other players.


And here's my answer...
The Red Queen is not necessarily evil, nor is she necessarily ugly.(Spike just likes to play evil, cruel, and bloody... not sure why when she's so CUTE in person ;P) Spike's right about the meeting with Alice and being her opponent, since Alice is offered and accepts to be a pawn of the White Queen. But the Chess pieces play more friendly than the Queen of Hearts. Also, they(both) want Alice to make it to the other side of the Chess Board to become a Queen like them. There are things in Wonderland that they cannot control, and they think Alice, with her amazing imagination, can help. Also they are bored with the same battle that's been going on for centuries and want Alice to become a Queen so they can have a new peer( or friend on their level)... makes their game more interesting, and gives them a new friend to play with. They all come together in the end to celebrate Alice becoming a Queen.(In the book.)

Here we're teaming up... The Queen of Hearts has stolen the Ring that controls the Looking Glass from the Chessboard Lands(I think it was the Red Kings, but we can make that up as we go along...) So the Red and White Queens join forces against the Queen of Hearts. The Rest? We'll play and see how it goes
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Kaoruluver108 wrote:



I like know nothing really about this book!!! I mean I have heard good things about it and have been trying to find it so that I can read it for about a year now, but yeah.... I also don't know where to look for a good picture of the red queen... what I know most about her is that she opposes Alice and that at the party where Alice is to be promoted into a queen from a pawn things go kindda hectic and Alice suspects that it is the Red Queen's doing * I hope that is tight?*


Here's what Spike said:


Spikemakoto wrote:

The Red Queen is a chess board piece. She meets up with Alice in chessboard land where she cannot seem to get out and keeps running into her in the same exact spot no matter how fast she runs to get out of the chess land. She is offered a throne by the Red Queen if she can go up eight spaces in chess and since Alice is on the White Queen's side and she is playing chess against the Red Queen, it would be best to assume that they are not friends. The Red queen is depicted as a woman with a large head, ugly, and she's also meant to look like a chess piece but she doesn't have to. -Due to the fact that she's called the Red Queen people often confuse her for the Queen of Hearts but they are not one in the same. They are two different character's in the books. They do look similar due to the fact that they both wear mostly red, are queens, and demand respect of other players.


And here's my answer...
The Red Queen is not necessarily evil, nor is she necessarily ugly.(Spike just likes to play evil, cruel, and bloody... not sure why when she's so CUTE in person ;P) Spike's right about the meeting with Alice and being her opponent, since Alice is offered and accepts to be a pawn of the White Queen. But the Chess pieces play more friendly than the Queen of Hearts. Also, they(both) want Alice to make it to the other side of the Chess Board to become a Queen like them. There are things in Wonderland that they cannot control, and they think Alice, with her amazing imagination, can help. Also they are bored with the same battle that's been going on for centuries and want Alice to become a Queen so they can have a new peer( or friend on their level)... makes their game more interesting, and gives them a new friend to play with. They all come together in the end to celebrate Alice becoming a Queen.(In the book.)

Here we're teaming up... The Queen of Hearts has stolen the Ring that controls the Looking Glass from the Chessboard Lands(I think it was the Red Kings, but we can make that up as we go along...) So the Red and White Queens join forces against the Queen of Hearts. The Rest? We'll play and see how it goes ;)


okay can I create everyhting tomorrow cause me is busy w/ hmwk atn... but I promise to finish it all soon... and does the pick have to be an eact pic of the red queen or can I bring it close?
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jessamine120 wrote:


Kaoruluver108 wrote:



I like know nothing really about this book!!! I mean I have heard good things about it and have been trying to find it so that I can read it for about a year now, but yeah.... I also don't know where to look for a good picture of the red queen... what I know most about her is that she opposes Alice and that at the party where Alice is to be promoted into a queen from a pawn things go kindda hectic and Alice suspects that it is the Red Queen's doing * I hope that is tight?*


Here's what Spike said:


Spikemakoto wrote:

The Red Queen is a chess board piece. She meets up with Alice in chessboard land where she cannot seem to get out and keeps running into her in the same exact spot no matter how fast she runs to get out of the chess land. She is offered a throne by the Red Queen if she can go up eight spaces in chess and since Alice is on the White Queen's side and she is playing chess against the Red Queen, it would be best to assume that they are not friends. The Red queen is depicted as a woman with a large head, ugly, and she's also meant to look like a chess piece but she doesn't have to. -Due to the fact that she's called the Red Queen people often confuse her for the Queen of Hearts but they are not one in the same. They are two different character's in the books. They do look similar due to the fact that they both wear mostly red, are queens, and demand respect of other players.


And here's my answer...
The Red Queen is not necessarily evil, nor is she necessarily ugly.(Spike just likes to play evil, cruel, and bloody... not sure why when she's so CUTE in person ;P) Spike's right about the meeting with Alice and being her opponent, since Alice is offered and accepts to be a pawn of the White Queen. But the Chess pieces play more friendly than the Queen of Hearts. Also, they(both) want Alice to make it to the other side of the Chess Board to become a Queen like them. There are things in Wonderland that they cannot control, and they think Alice, with her amazing imagination, can help. Also they are bored with the same battle that's been going on for centuries and want Alice to become a Queen so they can have a new peer( or friend on their level)... makes their game more interesting, and gives them a new friend to play with. They all come together in the end to celebrate Alice becoming a Queen.(In the book.)

Here we're teaming up... The Queen of Hearts has stolen the Ring that controls the Looking Glass from the Chessboard Lands(I think it was the Red Kings, but we can make that up as we go along...) So the Red and White Queens join forces against the Queen of Hearts. The Rest? We'll play and see how it goes ;)


okay can I create everyhting tomorrow cause me is busy w/ hmwk atn... but I promise to finish it all soon... and does the pick have to be an eact pic of the red queen or can I bring it close?


No, it doesn't have to but it should have some qualities of the Queen so you can recognize that she is the Red Queen.
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jessamine120 wrote:


Kaoruluver108 wrote:



I like know nothing really about this book!!! I mean I have heard good things about it and have been trying to find it so that I can read it for about a year now, but yeah.... I also don't know where to look for a good picture of the red queen... what I know most about her is that she opposes Alice and that at the party where Alice is to be promoted into a queen from a pawn things go kindda hectic and Alice suspects that it is the Red Queen's doing * I hope that is tight?*


Here's what Spike said:


Spikemakoto wrote:

The Red Queen is a chess board piece. She meets up with Alice in chessboard land where she cannot seem to get out and keeps running into her in the same exact spot no matter how fast she runs to get out of the chess land. She is offered a throne by the Red Queen if she can go up eight spaces in chess and since Alice is on the White Queen's side and she is playing chess against the Red Queen, it would be best to assume that they are not friends. The Red queen is depicted as a woman with a large head, ugly, and she's also meant to look like a chess piece but she doesn't have to. -Due to the fact that she's called the Red Queen people often confuse her for the Queen of Hearts but they are not one in the same. They are two different character's in the books. They do look similar due to the fact that they both wear mostly red, are queens, and demand respect of other players.


And here's my answer...
The Red Queen is not necessarily evil, nor is she necessarily ugly.(Spike just likes to play evil, cruel, and bloody... not sure why when she's so CUTE in person ;P) Spike's right about the meeting with Alice and being her opponent, since Alice is offered and accepts to be a pawn of the White Queen. But the Chess pieces play more friendly than the Queen of Hearts. Also, they(both) want Alice to make it to the other side of the Chess Board to become a Queen like them. There are things in Wonderland that they cannot control, and they think Alice, with her amazing imagination, can help. Also they are bored with the same battle that's been going on for centuries and want Alice to become a Queen so they can have a new peer( or friend on their level)... makes their game more interesting, and gives them a new friend to play with. They all come together in the end to celebrate Alice becoming a Queen.(In the book.)

Here we're teaming up... The Queen of Hearts has stolen the Ring that controls the Looking Glass from the Chessboard Lands(I think it was the Red Kings, but we can make that up as we go along...) So the Red and White Queens join forces against the Queen of Hearts. The Rest? We'll play and see how it goes ;)


okay can I create everyhting tomorrow cause me is busy w/ hmwk atn... but I promise to finish it all soon... and does the pick have to be an eact pic of the red queen or can I bring it close?


2moro's fine... and no, as long as she is wearing red, nd recognizable as a queen it should be ok
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