Alice Game

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List Of Rozen Maiden Episodes - Rozen Maiden Träumend
... this appears to be a sign that the Alice Game would be ending soon ... taken to the world of Barasuishou, where the Alice Game is foreshadowed ... and later Shinku, it is realized that Suigintou was revived to participate in the Alice Game 07 "Tea Party" "Chakai" (茶会 Teegesellschaft) December 1 ...
List Of Rozen Maiden Characters - Rozen Maidens in Order of Creation - Barasuishou
... though this is a lie she simply intends to dupe the other six Rozen Maidens into entering the Alice Game so that she may obtain their Rosae Mysticae and become the strongest doll ... Barasuishou false-starts the Alice Game when she and Souseiseki come across an image of "Father" in a state of misery ... is grieving because he cannot find Alice, so they must conclude the fight once and for all to fulfill his wish to see Alice ...
Rozen Maiden - Plot
... Now, Jun and Shinku must participate in the "Alice Game", a competition between the Rozen Maiden dolls to capture each other's "Rosa Mystica", their primary life ... The last doll who remains standing wins the Alice Game, will become a girl of utmost beauty and purity named "Alice", just as their creator Rozen wanted ... With all the seven dolls awoken, the "Alice Game" grows near to its conclusion ...
List Of Rozen Maiden Characters - Rozen Maidens in Order of Creation - Hinaichigo
... She loses to Shinku in the Alice Game, becoming the first doll to lose the right to become Alice ... In the latter half of Rozen Maiden träumend, with the Alice Game apparently having begun in earnest, "Father" cuts off this link, so when Hinaichigo uses up what little energy she has, she ... asking Shinku to use the Rosa Mystica to end the Alice Game ...

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