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First appearance

Burning Curiosity


American McGee's Alice

Melee attack

Lunge, Claw, Tail

Ranged attack

Headfire, Leap

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These smaller, lizard-like children of the Jabberwock can’t fly but they can rip you to shreds in a matter of seconds.
Alice Strategy Guide

The Jabberspawn were fearsome creatures that dwelled in Wonderland on only two legs while lacking arms. They were based on the Jabberwock, and served as his devoted warriors. Alice first encountered them in the Land of Fire and Brimstone, prior to the fight with the Jabberwock.


American McGee's Alice

After Alice crossed the lava pool, she arrived at the canyon wall and proceeded to climb it. Upon reaching the top, she saw a pair of Jabberspawns on the path.[1]


Their skin was shades of blues and greens and their mouths were an oval trap of deadly sharp teeth sticking out in several directions. The back of their body trailed all the way behind them, creating a long lizard-like tail, which was fairly thick and heavy. On their ankles, they had two small fiery eyes and their head was immersed in fire-spewing craters and holes erupting from the top. They also had two fairly skinny legs and large feet, as well as larger tar black claws.


  • Claw Swipe – The Spawn swipes at Alice with their thick claws.
  • Headfire – The Spawn fires bolts of electricity at Alice which gives her electric aftershocks.
  • Leap – The Spawn leaps forward to Alice to reach her.
  • Lunge – The Spawn lunges at Alice with its mouth to bite her.
  • Tail Whip – They flick their tail to Alice's legs.


Like their progenitor, Jabberspawn were difficult to defeat and a group of them made fighting a struggle. Jumping and creating a wall of ice with the Ice Wand was one of the best way to avoid their attacks. A small distance must be kept to save a lot of Alice's will and throwing Jacks to let them bounce on the Jabberspawn were a good way of defeating them. Using some of the more powerful weapons like Blunderbuss also did the trick.


  • They tended to work on or near any surfaces throughout the game, however, there seemed to be a lack of them during areas which contained a lot of water, and were mostly seen during areas where there was more rock and lava.


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