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Allie is introduced when her family is evacuating during Godzilla's invasion of America. While traffic was jammed up on the road, Godzilla appears and attacks the jam, killing Allie's parents and older brother in the process. A short time later, she is found hiding by Steven Woods. From this point on, the Sergeant functions as an informal adoptive father, watching over her and protecting her, as well as keeping her spirits up. During their travel, Allie is shown to be very adaptive to the new world, accepting change fairly quickly. During this time, Woods teaches Allie a game called "peek-a-boo", which is really used to help shield her from seeing violent methods he uses to keep her safe from dangerous humans. The game merely has her cover her eyes when he tells her to and not open them until he says it's okay. Allie prides herself on never having lost a single game. When Allie finds the Derelict Mechgodzilla, the two take shelter in it while Woods learns to pilot it. After a battle with Anguirus, Allie rides in the co-pilot seat of Mechagodzilla with Woods to the final confrontation with Godzilla. During the battle, Mechagodzilla get a few hits in but mostly takes a number of severe hits from Godzilla. Allie is understandably terrified during the battle and only gets a break when King Ghidorah intervenes and attacks Godzilla. Allie asks if Ghidorah is one of the good-guys, but Woods tells her he is not willing to risk it and fires shock anchors into both monsters. While she doesn't contribute directly to the final battle, her presence is enough to get Woods to listen to the President, which allows for Woods to discover the Plasma Grenade weapons system and defeat both Godzilla and King Ghidorah. After both monsters are defeated, Mechagodzilla goes back to remote control and flies Woods and Allie to Detroit.
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