Elza is one of the main members of the Kamisato Faction and a magician that uses a spell similar to a Kokkuri. Elza is Kamisato Kakeru's childhood friend. They grew distant and stopped talking to each other over the years. However, Kakeru ended up saving her after getting World Rejecter in an undescribed event, causing Elza to become a part of the Kamisato Faction.
Powers and Stats
Tier: 10-B physically, likely 9-B with coins
Origin: To Aru Majutsu No Index
Age: Unknown (Teenager)
Classification: Human, Magician
Attack Potency: Human level physically, likely Wall level with coins (Tore an asphalt road apart with a downpour of coins, combat members of the Kamisato faction are described as having enough firepower to single-handedly break open a bank vault)
Lifting Strength: Regular Human
Striking Strength: Human Class
Durability: At least Human level, can block Wall level attacks with her bottle (Stopped Salome's punch)
Range: At least tens of meters with coins
Standard Equipment: Bottle filled with over a thousand copper coins
Weaknesses: None notable
- Kokkuri: Elza's magic allows her to use 'something like a' Kokkuri to possess anything she wants, from objects to people (including herself), an ability described by Kakeru as quite useful due to being able to absorb the enemy's fighting force like in a game of shogi. Elza normally uses this magic to control the numerous copper coins she carries around in her bottle, being able to use over a thousand of them at once to create a projectile storm capable of tearing away asphalt. She can further control the coins by shaking the empty bottle, gathering them together in a whirlwind shape. Elza also used her filled bottle to block Salome's punch, warning Salome about being cursed for treating the Kokkuri coins carelessly.
- Self-possession: When possessing herself, Elza moves and fights like a four-legged beast rather than a human. Her capabilities in this form are mostly unknown, but she was capable of slipping past Yuiitsu's custom AAA's defenses and strike her directly in a clean surprise attack, something described as difficult for anyone other than Salome.