|Profession:||Printmaker, Co-Owner of June Alley Inn|
|Living:||Legends of the Guard Volume Two|
June Alley Inn Story-Telling CompetitionEdit
In the third issue of Legends of the Guard Volume One, June expresses how much she would rather used the cellar for storage, if only her husband didn't use it to carry out his printworks. Alley is engrossed in his work and doesn't care to attend the Story-Telling Competition.
In Legends of the Guard Volume Two, June implies that her husband was involved in a silent resistance against the Axe Army. She also wishes that he would help her judge the tales in the competition. Throughout the competition, Alistair has been printing his own personal tale.
In Legends of the Guard Volume Three, he shows up in time to hear the last two tales, while he heats a cauldron of mead on June's request. After Marin's tale is declared the winning one, Alistair helps serve the mead to the patrons while complementing his wife on her hospitality.