For a world that began as a simple children's game, nothing is ever simple in Wonderland.
Wonderland--here travels the Alices, the Hares, and everything in-between. It's here that Xander wanders separated from his friends, his world, and all things that he held familiar. Wonderland had started out as a game--a simple children's online game. One month separated him from the real world and got him trapped in the Digital and the servers that host Wonderland. But In Red City, he finds something of a purpose, something to put him back on track to maybe getting home. In audience with The Red Queen, he is offered riches, fame, and protection just as long as he brings back a Black Alice to the red queen-- dead or alive. A tall order, when no one really knows who she is and what she looks like, but Xander is sure that he knows who the queen wants--and that she's his ticket out of Wonderland and back to the familiarity of the real world and home.
But, like everything else in Wonderland, nothing is ever simple. After all, if that were the case, he wouldn't have to go hunting for one of his friends in the first place.