When you hear their names, e.g. Blondie Lockes, Apple White or Daring Charming, you’ll see at once that the Ever After High Royal and Rebel dolls have their origins (and their family history) in popular characters from timeless fantasy stories such as Goldilocks, Snow White and Cinderella. But the dolls are not all female. There are two characters called Narrators, one male and one female, who tell the story of Ever After High. The female narrator favours the Royal side of the story, while the male narrator supports the Rebel side.
Ever After High Royal and Rebel dolls recently made the Fabulous 15 list of the annual Hot Toy List from Toys ‘R’ Us, and , a novel based on the IP by acclaimed author Shannon Hale, recently made the New York Times Best Sellers list. A second book is expected for spring next year, as well as more consumer products including apparel, accessories, stationary, and electronics.
Each doll comes with a special bookmark which tells his or her story, as well as a special unlocking key your child can use to remove the doll from its stand. Ever After High dolls can be posed, and are clothed in detailed costumes, with every character possessing different accessories which relate to its past and personality. on the Ever After High Royal and Rebel dolls as they'll change the closer we get to the holiday season.
Although these Ever After High Royal and Rebel dolls owe their "existence" to the popular Monster High dolls, physically these characters have much rounder faces. They also appear more human-like with thicker bodies, and have different physical characteristics. Keeping in the storyline, Ever After High becomes divided into Royals or Rebels, those happy with following pre-written destinies, and those intent on creating their own paths.