But because of the very low number of characters, I'd say the 'possibilities' are actual quite limited! Sorry!
It has upper and lowercase letters, numbers, and a basic set of punctuation characters. Everything needed to compose text is there. Since Beyond Wonderland is a decorative or calligraphic typeface it won't have separate fonts for italics or varying letter weighs. Are you referring to ligatures, Unicode support, or what?
I could see Beyond Wonderland being used very effectively for poetry; picture book text; menus; greeting cards; headlines and call-outs in books, magazines, and newsletters; decorative "quote artwork"; monograms, logos, comic book captions and dialog balloons; love letters... and it's also the perfect font for drafting creepy-looking crackpot missives!
Consider: A rambling and vaguely angry-sounding 30-page letter that uses this font. Send one off to your favorite public figure, and it will almost certainly garner you some very serious
attention indeed! (Most likely in the form of a 'visit' from the FBI... but so what?)
At least you know somebody actually read the damn thing! What is your preferred font?