: Jack of Hearts
: The Knave of Hearts.
: Playing card.
: Wonderland. In and about the Red Queen’s
: Thief – of money, of goods, and of hearts.
: The Knave of Hearts is a charmer, a rogue
and a cad. He is a thief and a wily one at that,
known as the man who dared steal from the Queen and
live. He is well known as a great seducer of women,
and it is easy to see why. The handsome package and
the charmer within make him very difficult to resist,
and he always seems to have a smooth word and a
naughty smile for the ladies.
: The Knave has two forms. When he is at
the Heart’s Court, he takes the form of an
anthropomorphic playing card – the Jack of Hearts, to
be exact. Even in his form he is dashing and
charming, a walking, talking (and stealing!) playing
card. Outside of the Court he can take on humanoid
form. Devastatingly handsome and roughish, he is tall
and charming, with a flashing smile and twinkling blue
eyes and dark golden hair. When in this form, The
Knave has an enchanted tattoo that appears to cover
his torso, front and back, of his playing card. He
also has a heart symbol on the inside of his right
wrist, to symbolize his membership in the Queen of
: The Knave of Hearts is a Master thief. He
is often found cozying up to lovely ladies, only to
walk away with their jewels (and often their hearts)
without their realizing. He is layered in charms and
courtly manner, and can talk himself out of many
: As a thief, the Knave has several enemies
(and would have many more if people knew who was
stealing from them!). Even when away from the Court
he must spend some time in his playing card form,
which can be tricky in places not built for cards.
: The Deuce of Hearts, the Muffin Man,
: The Jack of Clubs, and the husbands of
many of the women he has seduced.
: Stealing, flirting, tarts, croquet, horseback
riding, various games of chance, swordplay.
The Knave of Hearts is a member of the
Queen of Heart’s Court, and a rather infamous one at
that. A thief who had the audacity to steal a tray of
tarts from the Queen. He received a severe punishment
from the King, but was not exiled. He remained a part
of the Court, promising not to steal (from the Queen,
that is – his promise did not extend to others).