Allison & the Blue Blaze


The gem Allison had stolen, hidden by the gods in those ruins, was stranger and more mysterious than any she had ever seen. It was as if it were made entirely from light, yet it could be touched and wobbled after her like it had will of its own. Instinctively, she knew it was alive, and she reluctantly decided to take it along with her. After all, she could not dare to call herself a treasure hunter if she did not claim the spoils of her explorations.


Added on January 31, 2015 as a part of Master of Fate 10 BOX Card Pack. Can only be drawn with the UR Exchange Ticket.

Name originEdit

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.

Additional InfoEdit

Artwork by LANGE.

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