Location: In the Wonderland Library, currently located in the Tulgey Woods
This character…he truly matches the description of the man who tried something against the Queen once. I never got to find out what that “something” was, and that’s been quite bothersome…now, this is curious…
Jaspers briefly analyzed Kain’s appearance and noted that Azuma’s caution was deserved. Before he had too much time to dwell upon it, however, the door to the foyer opened yet again and a girl that was easily recognized as a Wonderlander entered the room.
“Welcome! What a fine day for patrons this has been!” Jaspers looked behind him briefly. “Oh, and might I make it clear that, even if a servant of the Queen does enter the library—and I’m in no way implying that this girl is such a servant—they are to be granted full…what would you Alices call it? Sanctuary? Asylum? No matter what, please refrain from any kind of violence here.” Looking to Kain to reiterate his point he placed his glasses back on his face and turned back to Charity. He didn’t want to stir up any animosity in Kain, but the safety of his patrons was paramount. Further, he was interested in finding out if Kain was in fact the character that he’d heard of so long ago, and that would take trust.
“So, young lady—feel free to look around. I’m here for your assistance.” Jaspers could barely contain his composure. The Alices—they could teach him so much. And if one of them were to have a book from their world in their possession, he would be elated. Ami had mentioned being able to summon them at command, and Jaspers had made a solid note of that in his excited mind. For now, however, his job seemed to be damage control, because if a member of the Queen’s retinue were to enter now, he was unsure if all the tricks in the world could save them from the Alices and their comrades-in-arms, as Kite’s example nearly made evident.