As often as the wind changes, so does March Hare's moods. More often then not she is polite and chatty, but is known to not always make sence. She has also tends to have quiet and thoughtful moods, though they don't always tend to last long. Hare likes the sound of her voice and adores to be center of attention. She hates to be told she is wrong, and is known to get very snappy within a drop of a hat if the wrong thing is said.
March Hare is tall and thin with pastey/pale skin. Her hair is long and muddy brown, with whispy grey ears which fall down past her shoulders. Whiskers protrude from her long and gaunt face, her light blue eyes stand out against the dark bags under them. The simple black corset she wears, makes her seem even thiner, the ragged frock coat just hangs off her delicate frame and a grubby old top hat sits upon her head. She still is quite attractive, in her own special way.
Elzibeth was seen as an inconvinance by her well-to-do parents, for she disrupted the lavish life style they were used to. As a child, in a constant bid for love or attention from them she would misbehave for her nannies and often cause them enough distress that they had to leave. They soon packed her off to a Finishing school for her education and in the hopes that she would turn into a fine lady. In an attempt to make her parents love her, Elzibeth tried her best in school. But sadly as she got older she found the work easier and started to get bored in lessons, the teachers started to see her as arrogant and a waste of time. She was a victim of snide comments, and some of the other students started to bully and physically abuse her, pulling out clumps of her hair, scratching, brusing and breaking her resolve. This bullying went on for years, making Elzibeth withdrawn and she stopped looking after herself. After snapping and attcking other students, she was sent back to her family. She became even more recluse, refusing to talk to anyone and crying for hours till she passed out. Or being manically happy and bouncy, her moods were known to change within a instant. Elzibeth's parents hired a number of doctors to find out what was wrong, Elzibeth was finally getting the attention she wanted from them, so she kept it up, listening to them talking about her, while they thought she was in one of her 'funny moods'. But before she knew it, she was sent off to a hospital, away from her parents again, she was in shock, again not talking to anyone for weeks, then suddenly being the most chatty person around. She was getting attention from the nurses, attention that she felt she deserved, so at times she would just start crying for no reason. And over time she couldn't tell when it was real and when she was pretending. But sometimes she heard the nurses talking about her, almost as if she wasn't there, she hated that, she hated being ignored, so she started to lash out, to get pay back for all the times people treated her as if she didn't exsist. Elzibeth's conditions got worse, and the Doctors felt they could cope no longer with her, so she was referred to Wonderland Asylum, where it was felt they could accomadate her needs better. Her parents still want nothing to do with her, and she hasn't heard from them since she was 16.