(( O.O This is so weird! I was planning to have Lel appear a little bit later and have Alli remember her and all of that... lol that's funny cx. ))
Nearly immediately after passing out, Allison awoke again-- after all, the hyper girl couldn't stay off her feet very long. Bouncing up, the red haired girl beamed brightly, only to be met with Alyia-- whose words immediately brought the smile off of her face. Blinking in surprise, Allison listened, her face surprisingly neutral. Then afterwards, Allison bowed her head in an uncharacteristically solemn expression and whispered gently, "I'm sorry." That was really all that she could do, now-- the past was the past, and all the mage was now able to change were her actions right now, as well as those of the present. Allison listened to Alyia say something about her own experience being the angel of good fortune and bad alike-- the redhead could easily see how much suffering that could cause, but some how she managed to understand that some pain was necessary, in order to have any happiness at all. Eternal happiness... was not the complete absence of pain, but rather something totally different.
Just then, another image flashed through Allison's mind-- a beautiful pink feline, purring as she sat next to... Allison? Frowning, the mage realized that there was a reason the cat seemed to be so familiar, as it had been the same one she had seen in the Ancient Ruins. Also, on a few of her jobs lately-- like that one with... who was it, Niyol?-- she had been there. Her name... she was named after someone important. Allison might be able to make new memories, and it wasn't like her to dwell on the past in any situation-- but remembering these names was important... Katherine? All of a sudden, it hit her, that the cat was named Lel Therina, or Lel Therine in the proper way. She could remember it all. And that made her unbelievable happy. Just as Allison was about to say something to Alyia, thanking her perhaps, the blonde spoke up again.
As she listened, Allison's face crumpled. She... she had caused creatures pain? But that could all be fixed! She could... burn the whole forest down? Fix all of the creatures within? They would never miss their family then, and could be together forever. Just as she was about to suggest this, Alyia said something about luck later coming their way-- something about a balance. Considering that she was the angel of luck, Allison decided to do something irrational, atypical for her-- and listened to logic. As new images flashed through her mind, Allison was brought to a similar scene to the one she had observed on the way here-- the squirrel she had fixed. Only this time, the squirrel was just an image, and Allison couldn't help it, couldn't stop that pain. But something happened. Just as soon as the squirrel seemed to be about to give up, another one hopped over, snatched up the acorn, and presented it with a flourish to the squirrel. Immediately the two seemed to hit it off, and the red haired mage only watched with wide eyes as the first squirrel's cheerful squeaks suddenly turned to words, and the girl was able to understand that some how, it was much happier than before.
And Allison had regained the ability to speak to animals. Glancing around her for the feline she knew would be present, the girl's eyes eventually lighted upon the pink cat, who was sitting behind her only a little ways away. Walking over at a slow pace with an uncharacteristically serious expression on her face, Allison scooped up the pink cat and gently stroked her head. "Lel, I'm sorry," was all she said. And the feline understood, and couldn't bear to hold a grudge against her even despite everything she had witnessed. Turning back to Alyia, Allison said in her normal bright voice, "The world has a balance it seems, and you're right in that it cannot be disrupted. So thank you, Alyia. Not only for this knowledge, but for my memories, and even if not all are recalled--" here, the girl touched her forehead for a moment before lowering her arm, "Thank you for giving me the capacity to make more new ones, that are positive and glowing with happiness."