Queen of Hearts

The Queen of Hearts

The Queen of Hearts is a forcefully recruited member of the Villain League, and is the assumed main villain in the Wonderland campaign. She is the tyrannical and deranged ruler of Wonderland (or at least the playing card-populated area of it in which she resides).

Personality [1]Edit

One word: psycho. All the residents of Wonderland are mad, but the Queen of Hearts is the most dangerous of them, having the most power. She completely dominates her weak husband, the King of Hearts. She likes to hear the words "Yes, your majesty", and insists that "All ways are my way!"

Like any mad person, she has huge mood swings, from content to enraged at a moment's notice. Her solution to every problem is a beheading, whether her roses have been planted white, she misses a shot in croquet, or feels insulted in any way.

Although she's not really a full-blooded villainess, she has become one of the more popular Disney Villains. She's also rather comical and has led the way for other comedic villains like Prince John, Madam Mim, Jafar, Hades, and Yzma. Overall, The Queen of Hearts is a fat, bad-tempered, pompous old tyrant. Some don't really see her as dangerous as other Disney villains, but she seems to be the Disney villain embodiment of the sin of Wrath.

Appearances [2]Edit

Alice in Wonderland[3]Edit

In the Disney animated feature, Alice in Wonderland, the Queen appears as Alice puts it, as a "fat, pompous, bad tempered old tyrant". Her presence is all the more striking because of how tiny her husband is made to look in comparison to her. Similar to the book, Alice meets three cards painting the roses red, since they planted white roses by mistake. When the Queen arrives, she orders those three cards beheaded, then challenges Alice to a game of croquet. The game is eventually spoiled by the Cheshire Cat. The Queen blames Alice for it, but before she can give the order, the king suggests holding a trial for Alice. The Queen, grudgingly, agrees.

The Queen calls the March Hare, the Mad Hatter, and the Dormouse to witness, who hold an unbirthday party for her. During the party, the Cheshire Cat reappears and upsets the Dormouse. The Cheshire Cat runs all over, and in an attempt to crush the mouse, the King of Hearts manages to hit the Queen with the gavel. The Queen, of course, blames Alice for it, and is going to have her beheaded. But Alice eats mushrooms she had procured earlier, which make her grow bigger. Although Rule #42 says that anyone more than a mile high must leave the court immediately, Alice feels free to call the queen a "fat, pompous, bad tempered old tyrant". Unfortunately, she subsequently shrinks down to her normal size, but flees and is able to escape.

Differences from the book[4]Edit

In the book, the Cheshire Cat casually comments that the Queen never really has anybody beheaded; she's just being facetious. This is not mentioned in the Disney film. Also in the book, the game of croquet is played with many lords and ladies, and not just Alice.

Role in the Series

The Queen of Hearts is a member of the Villain League who joined only because Mirage stabbed her in the heart with her Keyblade of Peoples Hearts, magnifying the dakness in her heart, turning her into a near knockoff of Queen Gnorga from A Troll in Central Park. Afterwards, Mirage masqueraded as the Queen's adviser, and set up a trap for the Shell Logue Squad. But the trap ended in failure as Cynder actually killed off the Queen when she turned into Avatar Cynder (a near talkless and simuler verson of Dark Cynder) unlike in the original film. The Queen of Hearts has currently been resurrected by Hades to serve as one of his many minions. this was done because the villain leage wanted to add the Card men as one of their already large armies of minions. Unfortunately, the battle against the Queen of Hearts ended up becoming exactly like the previous battle complete with unconscious Spyro and Avatar Cynder because Scroopfan was too rushed by Tman to try and come up with a new battle, or because Scroopfan forgot his origenal idea for a deffernet one, and desided to recycle animation. alcourse, cause of Mirage's undying disire to keep control of the card men, the queen of hearts will soon be reserected, again. Even though she gets ressurected multiple times, Cynder remains the new Queen of Wonderland.


  • "Things here are MY way!"
  • "Do you play croquet?"