In time, Allison came to see the light as a partner. Whether she had dropped a valuable possession, found herself in danger, or was unable to find a particular treasure, always the light showered her the way. When she inquired as to what sort of being it was, she found it would only vibrate as if unable to answer, The great treasure hunter was ever searching grander findings. It was just that now, he did so alongside a beautiful new companion.
Allison or Alison is an English, French, and Scottish feminine name of Germanic origin. It was originally a medieval French nickname for Alis, old form of Alice (from Old High German Adalheidis, from adal "noble" and heit "kind, sort") derived with the suffix -on or -son sometimes used in the former French nicknames with the meaning "little". In countries including Brazil and Indonesia, Alison and variant forms are also used as masculine given names.
Artwork by LANGE.