Cheerfully Alice hopped from mirror to mirror, mimicking Dinah. It was fun as they went faster and faster, Alice quickly picking up on the rhythm. Beneath them the mirrors flashed brightly, a glorious sight from above filled with lights. Part of her wanted to reach down and see if she could touch the lights herself, but the memory of the mirror creatures was still firm enough in her mind to prevent such foolishness. Happily she followed until they reached the end of the forest. The last mirror had a single point that only one of them could stand on, and Alice certainly could not pull it off.
"We'll really see all of it? You won't leave me alone?" Alice held back for a minute, slightly hesitant. She didn't want to be left alone again like when her mother had abandoned her. Alice chose to trust Dinah though, and the last of the darkness in her heart fell away as she leaped into her new friend's arms. Never again would she be alone. It didn't matter that she didn't have a mother, Alice would be okay. Alice's bright spirit flared, sending out a bright light that cleared away the corruption in the area. The mirrors that were close by were purified, the reflections disappearing as they became what they were supposed to be, things to reflect light and doorways into other worlds. Grabbing Dinah's hand Alice smiled as they both jumped, clearing the last section of the mirror forest. It was good to have a friend.