Elaine is a young girl with teal hair and green eyes as well as pale skin and was described as "cute" by John when he first met her. She is seen wearing the full Wellston uniform during school hours. Her speech and thought bubbles are the same teal colour as her hair.
When using her healing abilities, her eyes glow an emerald green hue.
Elaine seems to be one of the more friendly students at Wellston due to her outgoing and hospitable personality. However, like many students of Wellston, she shows only enmity towards those with no abilities.
She is also shown to be more easily startled then the other Royals. This is likely because her ability is not suited for combat, which is why she relies on more powerful students to protect her.
In John's first day of school, while he was getting ready to leave for Math class, Elaine introduced herself and welcomed John to the school. When Elaine realized that John had no ability, however, she immediately terminated her conversation with him and shunned him in disgust.
A worried and angry Elaine waited in the dorms for her roommate to arrive. When Seraphina finally did arrive, Elaine scolded her for hanging out with someone with so low a social standing John. She would have continued to rant about cripples if it were not for an annoyed Seraphina freezing time and warning her to stop. After Elaine was released from the time freeze, she received a call from Arlo to get ready for the Turf Wars. Once Arlo organized Wellston's team for the match of Turf Wars, Elaine, Arlo, Seraphina, and Blyke boarded a train to meet Agwin's team.
During Arlo's battle with Rein, Elaine was surprised when the King started to strangle his opponent;  however, she didn't do anything until Seraphina started to move. Elaine tried to stop her roommate from entering the battle but was cut short when Seraphina activated her ability. 
On the train ride back from the Turf Wars, Elaine was healing Arlo and discussed how Seraphina with him, mentioning how it began when she started hanging out with John. 
At some point, Elaine's parents sent her some oranges to her dorm, and she offered to make Seraphina some orange juice. Seraphina accepted the juice for later and left the dormitory. When Elaine came in later to leave the juice and a friendly note in Seraphina's room, she saw the forbidden book Unordinary and knew that something suspicious was up. 
Fearing the absolute worst, Elaine researched Unordinary on the internet and discovered that most readers became vigilantes and many vigilantes as of late were murder victims of EMBER. Elaine reported this information to Arlo out of concern for her friend, but Arlo told her to keep quiet.
While working on some homework, Elaine received a text from Arlo telling her to report her findings to the headmaster. Elaine reluctantly did so and waited for Seraphina in the office waiting room. When Seraphina entered, Elaine silently cowered under her wrathful glare. 
After John defeated Ventus, Meili, and Arlo, Elaine was called to the Turf Wars battlefield to find the three brutally beaten, but still alive. Arlo tasked Elaine to attend to Ventus and Meili first as they were in a worse state than he was at the moment. While she healed the two elite-tiers, she noticed that their wounds looked as if they were fighting each other without restraint. What truly worried her was Arlo's badly beaten condition, but Arlo refused to tell her what happened and told her to keep her mouth shut regarding the incident.
After healing Ventus and Meili, Elaine received a call from her returning roommate, Seraphina; before she left, however, Arlo reminded her of his warning. Upon reaching John's house, Elaine apologized to Seraphina for ratting her out before her suspension, but the Ace merely dismissed it as no big deal. Once she got inside the house, however, Elaine was less than happy when she realized that she had to heal her least favorite person, John. Reluctantly, she begins to heal John, but her Healing was noticeably weaker due to her previous healing session with Ventus and Meili. As she healed John's arms, she noticed Meili's claw marks and damage from Arlo's Barrier on both arms, implying that John had encountered the trio earlier. Before she was able to say anything, John clamped his hand over her mouth and told her to shut up and listen to what he had to say. By the time Seraphina finished unpacking, she had already left.
Walking down the hallway, Arlo had noticed Elaine giving him the cold shoulder, opting him to ask her what happened. Elaine tried to hide her encounter with John, but to no avail, and she told Arlo how she managed to piece together what had happened to Ventus and Meili that day. She was also told by Arlo that they would be safe as long as they kept their mouths shut. Elaine also noticed that Arlo too was afraid of John.
Upon discovering the injured Seraphina, John first tried using her phone to call Elaine, but she rejected his call. Desperate, John called Arlo, and Wellston's King managed to get Elaine to go to John’s house. Upon arrival, Elaine accused that John had done something to hurt Seraphina, but John violently slapped her and forced the healer to use her ability on the injured Ace. Once the stab wound was healed, John had noticed that Seraphina was still unconscious and questioned Elaine what was wrong. When Elaine unable to provide a proper answer, John was about to strike her again, but was stopped by Arlo and was told by the King to figure out what happened himself.
For the first time in her life, Elaine witnessed John use his ability to detect a wound she missed and heal Seraphina. As John took Seraphina into his room, Elaine tried to reach out to him, but was stopped by Arlo. The Healer and the King were both sitting on the couch when she noticed that Arlo was more passive when around John; she tried to question the King about this but was shot down with a glare by the King. She later fell asleep on the couch, but was woken up by an assailant that managed to stab her arm. While Arlo subdued the assailant, Elaine recognized the knife as the same one Seraphina was stabbed with and alerted Arlo. She, John, and Arlo attempted to interrogate the assailant but were too distracted to notice a second assailant kidnapping Serahpina. The three gave chase to the second assailant, and Elaine stood by Arlo as he trapped the assailant within his Barrier.
With Seraphina held at knifepoint, and the captor serious about killing the God-tier, John realized that he had to find another way to rescue Seraphina. On the fly, John acted as if he was conceding to the captor’s terms and began to tell Arlo to release his Barrier. While Arlo initially thought that John was giving up, the King realized that the raven-haired boy was creating a distraction. Discreetly, while “arguing” with John, Arlo sent Elaine to be on standby and tend to Seraphina once she is released. After the captor dropped Seraphina, she got inside the Barrier and noticed that Seraphina was still unconscious. She stayed by her roommate’s side, and when the captors approached her, she threatened to stab them with the knife she had, if they got any closer. However, she was unable to do anything when the captors escaped John’s Barrier.
After successfully rescuing Seraphina from the clutches of her kidnappers, Arlo, Elaine, and John began to recover from the injuries they sustained as well as the temporal ability dampening that occurred to them earlier that night. Even though the trio successfully saved Seraphina, John was angrily berated Arlo for the escape of the kidnappers, causing the two to enter a heated argument; they were stopped by Elaine, however. While Arlo and Elaine discussed their speculations of the kidnapping being preplanned, John sat on the floor of his couch, pondering about their conversation, only entering the conversation when he recalled the kidnappers saying “It’s going to wear off soon, and if that happens, we’re done for.” Arlo accurately surmised that the ability dampening had something to do with Seraphina’s defeat but figuring out how the kidnappers managed to track Seraphina was another matter. Suddenly, the King recalled the conversation regarding the Kovoro Mall incident with Remi and remembered that John and Seraphina went to the mall a month-and-a-half earlier. Upon realizing this revelation, Arlo began to tell John about his findings and that his house was being watched, but John refused to believe the King, saying, “Not everyone spends an entire month planning the downfall of a single person.” Regardless of John’s disbelief, he asked Arlo what the kidnappers’ motives were, but none of the trio were sure...
Seraphina was still unconscious after their conversation, and Elaine worried that they should go to the hospital and report the incident to the authorities. Arlo agreed with her course of action, but John suggested an alternative, to take her to Doctor Darren, talk to Headmaster Vaughn, and keep the authorities out of it. By the time the three had fallen asleep, Seraphina had woken up, groggy, sick, and confused with the recent events. Elaine and Arlo followed Seraphina and John into the bedroom, much to Seraphina’s confusion, but John happily explained their situation. The Healer stood by Arlo as the King was forced to hand his phone to John.
After John called Doctor Darren and met up with him, Elaine and Arlo reported the break in to Headmaster Vaughn. Once they were dismissed, Elaine grew worried about John's ability, but Arlo reminded her that nothing has changed...save for knowing a bit more about John. She assured herself that John will continue to act as a cripple, and all will be normal.
When Arlo asks Elaine to describe John for him, she says that he is "your typical loser" and even has an "L" on his forehead, referring to his trademark loose lock of hair.
Powers & AbilitiesEdit
Healing: As a healer, Elaine is capable of healing and detecting wounds. As she is on the Turf Wars roster, she is presumably one of the most, if not the most, capable and competent healers in Wellston.
- Seraphina: As Elaine's roommate, Seraphina sees Elaine's more friendly and hospitable side. However, because Elaine is fully aware of Seraphina and John's close friendship, she often berates her to stay away from the "lowly cripple".  Despite this strain in their relationship, Elaine is genuinely concerned for Seraphina's well-being, as shown when she was worried about Seraphina becoming a potential target for EMBER.
- John: Elaine is the first person to strike up a conversation with John. Seeing the new student, Elaine welcomed John and asked him various questions about his education before attending Wellston. Once John revealed that he had no abilities however, Elaine shunned him.  From that point on, Elaine despises John and anything that has to do with him.  After realizing John’s true nature, Elaine is fearful of the former Cripple’s true capabilities. Since then, Elaine has been physically threatened and harmed by John, furthering this fear.
- Arlo: It can be assumed that Elaine and Arlo are acquainted on some level as both are in the Turf Wars roster and that Elaine holds Arlo in high regard. It is implied Arlo assigned Seraphina to be Elaine's roommate as it is Elaine's job to report anything suspicious regarding Seraphina.  Elaine, like many students of Wellston, look up to Arlo as one of the strongest students in the school. However, after Arlo was badly defeated by John, she noticed Arlo becoming more submissive.
- (To John after finding out he doesn't have any ability) "I can't believe I just spent all that time talking to someone like you!" 
Notes & TrivaEdit
- During the Turf War, the announcer has teal coloured speech bubbles, implying that Elaine is the announcer. 
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Chapter 17
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Chapter 7
- ↑ Chapter 36
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 Chapter 13
- ↑ 5.0 5.1 5.2 Chapter 15
- ↑ 6.0 6.1 Chapter 16
- ↑ Chapter 21
- ↑ 8.0 8.1 Chapter 22
- ↑ Chapter 25
- ↑ Chapter 27
- ↑ Chapter 28
- ↑ Chapter 57
- ↑ Chapter 58
- ↑ Chapter 67
- ↑ Chapter 70
- ↑ Chapter 71
- ↑ Chapter 72
- ↑ Chapter 73
- ↑ Chapter 74
- ↑ Chapter 75
- ↑ Chapter 76
- ↑ Bonus Episode
- ↑ Bonus Episode 2
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- ↑ Chapter 14