- Name: Elizabeth
- Game: Persona 3
- Persona: Pixie, Surt, Jack Frost, Thor, Cu Chulainn, Metatron, Alice, Nebiros, Masakado
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 The Ultimate Opponent
Upon accepting request #55, you will be fighting Elizabeth alone at the 10th floor of Monad.
She is the toughest opponent the game has to offer, having strict standards regarding the elemental affinities and properties of your Personae. (Only one Repel/Null/Absorb property is allowed; multiple Resist properties are okay, but you cannot use a Persona with Repel/Null/Absorb properties that go against her current element)
Elizabeth is privy to all kinds of physical attacks and will also have the ability to summon multiple Personae with various elements. This is due to the fact that she has the Persona Compendium in her possession. (her idle animation will involve her briefly thumbing through the Compendium, deciding what Persona to use next)
Ignoring the conditions or damaging Elizabeth beyond certain limits will cause her to fully restore health, and then proceed to mindlessly cast Megidolaon over and over to do you in. Defeating her will earn you the trophy key item Elizabeth's Bookmark, as well as the Omnipotent Orb, the best accessory in the whole game.
In FES, Orpheus Telos is considered a boon for eliminating the guesswork for some, as he comes with innate Resist properties against every kind of basic attack, both physical and magic elemental. This meets all of Elizabeth's standards in a solitary Persona, but savvy players know that using Orpheus Telos alone is not enough.
- It is interesting to note is that the manner that Elizabeth summons her Personae somewhat served as a preview to how the characters of Persona 4 would eventually do it, by hitting a floating card.
- Elizabeth is mentioned in Persona 4, leaving the Velvet Room in order to save P3's Protagonist from the seal. Her sister Margaret takes the job in her place.