|Lili's Adventures in Wonderland
Author: ACupOfMapleTea PM
Doesn't the title say everything? My first multi-chaptered fanfiction. Liechtenstein as Alice, Canada as the White Rabbit, China as the Doorknob, and others. Human names used. AU. Rated T for Romano's infamous potty mouth. No pairings.Rated: Fiction T - English - Adventure/Fantasy - & Liechtenstein - Chapters: 2 - Words: 2,424 - Reviews: 5 - Favs: 2 - Follows: 2 - Updated: 07-01-12 - Published: 06-29-12 - id: 8270070
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Lili's Adventures in Wonderland
Lili sat on the soft grass next to her big brother, Vash Zwingli, who was reading a fairly large book. They were sitting under a large overcup oak tree, which provided plenty of shade. Lili was starting to feel a little bored sitting there, staring at those little yellow flowers that you seem to be able to find just about anywhere, but she didn't want to disturb her big brother. He seemed so peaceful for once, just sitting there and reading instead of threatening their neighbors to get of the lawn before he shot them down with his prized SG550 assault rifle or worrying about their financial problems. Even though they had plenty of money but you never know. That annoying, self- proclaimed Prussian Gilbert might get drunk again with his two French and Spanish friends and blast another hole in his house/mansion. Or drive another car into it. Or…
"Lili?" Vash had put the book down in his lap and was now looking at his sister. "I'm sorry, you must be bored. Do you want to play a game?"
"Okay, Big Bruder." She answered.
"I'll go find some cards or something." Vash stood up and began to walk back to the house/mansion. "Don't fall asleep."
Lili crawled to the tree trunk, producing a few grass stains on her frilly blue dress and apron, and sat with her back to it. She looked up at the branches and leaves as she waited. After a while she began to feel a little drowsy. Lili rested her head against the trunk.
"I'm sorry Big Bruder; I'm just going to take a small nap." She mumbled before she closed her eyes.
When she woke up, Lili saw something move in the rose bushes. She sat up at attention, staring at the bushes with caution when a boy suddenly emerged from in between the roses. He, well Lili assumed it was a he, had blonde hair, was wearing a red waistcoat and a particularly large golden watch. She also noticed that there were two large rabbit ears on his head, the same color as his hair, which she found odd of course. Lili managed to see that much before the boy ran away, heading down a path leading deeper into the lush garden. Lili stood up and ran after the rabbit boy.
"Switzy (a nickname that she made for Vash) never said anything about boys with bunny ears so they must be safe." She told herself as she followed said bunny boy into the rose maze. After a few turns and intersections, Lili rounded a corner just in time to see the hybrid hop over a small ledge and disappear on the other side .She noticed that he also had a tail. The girl stopped in front of the ledge and looked over the leaves to find a large rabbit hole.
"I wonder how deep it is?" She asked herself." I don't think I should go any farther than this." As Lili turned to leave, she slipped and fell over the ledge, into the hole.
"AAAAAA," Lili began to scream but she noticed that she wasn't really falling; it was more like floating."Aaaaaaaahhhhhh…" The girl looked around and noticed that it wasn't completely dark. Lili could see lots of random (mainly household) objects floating around. She was staring at particularly interesting chair that looked like it had been blown up several times and someone had taped and glued it together after the assumed explosions when gravity proved that it was still working and Lili was introduced to a checkered floor. It was lighter in this room but the source was unknown. When she stood up, Lili noticed that there was only one door and it was about the size of a teacup.
"Hmm… I wonder how I am to fit in that door."
"You drink that potion, aru." said a voice that seemed to be emitting from the door. Lili got on her knees to get a better look.
"What an unusual door knob." She commented.
"Hey! I am a Chinese door knob, thank you very much, aru." The 'Chinese door knob' shot back.
"So Mr. Chinese door knob-"
"Aaiiyaaa! That's not my name! I am Wang Yao, the Chinese door knob, aru." Corrected the door knob.
"Oh, I'm sorry. Mr. Wang, you said something about a potion, am I correct?" Lili asked politely.
"Hm you certainly know your manners, xiao nuhai." Yao was mentally nodding his head in approval. "Shi, that potion over there on the table will shrink you, hopefully."
"The Mad Hatter, Arthur Kirkland, made it himself and his magical concoctions, actually concoctions in general, and spells tend to ,er , fail ,aru. A lot."
"Oh. I see." Lili stood up and turned around to find a table that she was positive was not there before. I mean really positive. As positive as an Italian who had just been granted a lifetime of pasta and tomatoes. On the table was a light blue vial with a darker blue liquid inside and a key.
"Use that key to unlock me, like in the game Kingdom Hearts!" Yao informed as she picked up the vial and key. She wasn't going to leave it on the table. If she did, she wouldn't be able to retrieve it when she shrank.
"Um, I don't know that game…" Lili removed the stopper and ,for whatever reason, deemed it safe and drank the liquid.
"It kind of tastes like tea." She told the door knob as she shrank. The now mini-sized Lili dragged the key over to the door. "Do I stick this in your mouth or-"
"Meiyou! I mean no! You just hold it up in front of you and-" Lili had lifted the key and a ball of light that appeared at the end of it. Suddenly everything was bathed in a golden light and Lili dropped the key to shield her eyes. When the light faded away, the door was open and she could see grass, but the grass seemed to be taller than the door. Curious, Lili walked through the door to find herself in a very large and luscious garden. Well, she was shorter than the grass so all she could see was the abnormally large grass and flowers.
Lili turned around to see the door and door knob amongst the grass.
"Oh! Good bye, Mr. Wang! Abschied!" Lili waved. She heard something move behind her and quickly turned around. The grass rustled for a while and then stopped. Lili stood there warily watching. Then two identical boys emerged from the blades of grass and stumbled over each other. Why do boys keep mysteriously appearing from the foliage? The girl wondered.