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Bohemian Archive in Japanese Red
- Main article: Article and Interview: Alice
Alice has been making straw effigies and nailing them to trees in the forest behind the shrine, a ritual usually done in order to curse someone (similar to the use of a voodoo doll.) However, she claims that she is only doing it to further her research in creating an independent doll.
During the following interview, Alice complains that since Aya spied on her nailing the effigies, the effectiveness of the ritual was reduced. She talks about how although such effigies don't look like anyone in particular, they symbolically represent someone, then evades the question of who that someone might be. Finally, she mentions that she thinks she saw an independently moving doll "a long time ago", and has been trying to create one ever since.
Perfect Memento in Strict Sense
- Main article: Perfect Memento: Alice Margatroid
- Alice is known among humans for doing performances with her dolls during festivals.
- Alice was once human and became a youkai magician through training. She is young as a youkai, so she is considerate towards humans and still behaves as one of them would.
- Anyone is welcome to stay over at her small house in the Forest of Magic, but as she never makes conversation and only carries on with her research, she is unsettling company.
- Most of Alice's dolls are made by her. They do the household chores, but since she is controlling them, this isn't really any easier for her.
- Alice is believed to rarely attack humans, however she will gladly accept challenges. During battle, she is busy controlling her army of dolls, so her weak point is being unable to defend herself alone.
The Grimoire of Marisa
- Main article: The Grimoire of Marisa: Alice Margatroid's Spell Cards
- Blue Sign "Benevolent French Dolls"
- Darkness Sign "Foggy London Dolls"
- Curse Sign "Straw Doll Kamikaze"
- Red Sign "Doll Mira Ceti"
- Demonic Control "Return Inanimateness"
- "The Phantom of the Grand Guignol"