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Elizabeth Goddess


Elizabeth Liones「エリザベス・リオネス」is the third princess of the Kingdom of Liones, an adopted daughter of King Liones, and is originally from the kingdom of Danafor. Her birth father is the leader of the Goddess Clan, Supreme Deity. She is the main female protagonist and begins working as a waitress at Boar Hat bar when she joins Meliodas in his journey to find the Seven Deadly Sins. Zaneli later mentions that Elizabeth is in fact the reincarnation of Meliodas' past lover, Liz, who died sixteen years prior to the start of the story. She is the 107th Elizabeth ever since the Goddess Elizabeth died.

Powers and Stats

Tier: High 8-C | Unknown

Name: Liz | Elizabeth Liones

Origin: Nanatsu no Taizai

Gender: Female

Age: 16

Classification: Human, Holy Knight Apprentice | Princess of Liones, Goddess Apostle

Powers and Abilities: Healing abilities

Attack Potency: Large Building level (Nakaba states that Liz was about as strong as Twigo) | Unknown

Speed: Unknown

Lifting Strength: Unknown

Striking Strength: Large Building Class | Below Average Class (Compared to an average person, her strength level is ten times weaker)

Durability: Large Building level | Human level

Stamina: Superhuman | Unknown

Range: Unknown | Several meters

Standard Equipment: Her sword and armor | None

Intelligence: Skilled fighter | Average

Weaknesses: None notable | As soon as Elizabeth starts to regain memories of her previous lives, she dies three days afterwards.

Notable Attacks and Techniques

-Ark「聖櫃アーク Seiki (Āku); literally meaning "Holy Chest"」: An archetypal magic technique of the Goddess clan that counteracts darkness by disintegrating it with light particles. The target is enveloped in a dazzling sphere of light that breaks apart their body.

-Let There Be Light「光あれ Hikari Are」: Elizabeth crosses her arms, firing off drill-shaped projectiles that are capable of purifying Diane.

Keyes: Liz | Elizabeth Liones


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