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Elysi
エリシ
Erishi
Personal Information
GenderFemale
Hair ColorLavender
Eye ColorLemon
Home PlaceValhalla (originally)
Gekkaboshihara (currently)
RelativesDante ("older brother")
Theme ColorLavender
Anime Information
SeasonPretty Cure☆Lumiere
First AppearancePC☆L01
SeiyuuTokui Sora

Elysi (エリシ?) is the main mascot character of Pretty Cure☆Lumiere.

Secondary guardian of Persephone, Elysi is the innocent and baby like “younger sister” of Dante. A cat like fairy, Elysi has a natural curiosity for the human world much like the princess of Valhalla and tends to disobey Dante along with Persephone due to their curious nature and his strict nature. Despite her curious and disobedient nature, she is kind and supporting while also reading emotions easily. She ends her sentences with "-si".

History

Appearance

Personality

Elysi is the innocent and baby like “younger sister” of Dante. A cat like fairy, Elysi has a natural curiosity for the human world much like the princess of Valhalla and tends to disobey Dante along with Persephone due to their curious nature and his strict nature. Despite her curious and disobedient nature, she is kind and supporting while also reading emotions easily.

Relationships

Powers and Abilities

Not much is known about Elysi's abilities or magical powers due to her still developing them. Despite this, she has the power to read emotions easily and can sense whenever a Kuraikari has been summoned.

Songs

Though nothing is known yet, Chinatsu Kiseki has revealed that Elysi will share a duet with Dante.

Etymology

Elysi comes from the word "elysium" which means "an abode of the blessed after death from classical mythology".[1]

Trivia

Gallery

References

  1. https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/Elysium
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