Allison nodded as Elyx replied to her exclamation upon regaining consciousness. "Yes, Elyx-san, Ignite-san, Explorer-san! Let's go! Although Elyx-san, you shouldn't use bad words! Even if it makes you happy, some people don't like it!" The red haired girl flashed the male mage a bright smile before bounding off ahead, peering curiously at her surroundings. The explorer beside the group also seemed to be interested in everything around them, since he seemed to be gradually falling behind the mages and their companions as they tromped through the area. Allison blinked at the sight upon realizing this, and she immediately waved to Elyx. "Elyx-san! Ignite-san! The explorer looks like he might be-- !" A few moments after beginning to notify her mission partners, the mage became distracted by the sight of something stirring in the corner of her vision. Immediately skipping over in the direction of the source, Allison glanced around to check for any other movement; unfortunately, it seemed that there was none. Shrugging to herself, Allison continued to poke around for a little bit, overturning a few wooden crates which had been lying around for no apparent reason. Upon not discovering anything after several minutes, the redhead flitted across the area, darting through the village and completely forgetting about their mission. The female mage typically didn't take missions with other people, especially after going solo for so long; therefore, every time she went on a job with a partner or more than one partner, the entire thing felt more like a fun journey or expedition.
Allison finished poking around between houses and around them, eventually deciding to check if anyone was actually inhabiting this haunted settlement. Tilting her head to the side, the girl decided that she would first try the nearest structure on her left, which seemed to be a larger residence, most likely having been built for a family. She skipped over to the building and ended up circling around, searching for the entrance. After finally settling down and focusing, Allison realized that she had actually bounded past the front door several times; among delighted peals of laughter, the mage finally managed to knock on the apparently elusive entryway. Her spirits didn't seem to be dampened in the slightest even after only a long silence ensued, and Allison simply knocked again and again before finally seeming to come to the conclusion that no one was going to open the door. Shrugging to herself, the red haired mage this time gave a more forceful knock, calling out cheerfully at the same time, "Helloooo? Is anyone here?" After once again receiving no response, the girl shrugged and pushed the door open with a surprising amount of ease, smiling brightly the entire time. She honestly hadn't wanted to barge in without being reassured it was alright, but Allison was curious! And... uh, the mission might depend on it! That's right, they had been looking for something-- the Dancing Girl. It hadn't been a something, but rather a someone, the female corrected herself mentally. Nodding, Allison glanced around the front hall of the house, wondering if the Dancing Girl lived here. It was probably unlikely, but being positive was always nice! The mage skipped through the doorway, into what seemed to be a dining room; after checking that no one was around, Allison continued through the hallway towards the unknown.