|Art||Art 2||Art 3||Art 4||Art 5|
|Full name||Lilka Eleniak|
|D.o.B / Age||14yr|
|B / W / H||Not known|
|Likes||Ashley, yakisoba (fried noodles; mistranslated as ‘jelly rolls’ in English version)|
|Dislikes||taking credit, feeling inferior to her sister, the Millennium Puzzle (no, not *that* Millennium Puzzle...)|
|Affiliated Characters||Anastasia Rune Valeria, Beatrice, Cecilia Lynne Adlehyde, Jane Maxwell, Marivel Armitage, Raquel Applegate, Rebecca Streisand, Virginia Maxwell|
|Family||Eleniak Witch-Girl (older sister, deceased)|
|Background Info||Lilka is the party's magic-user and effective healer for the first part of the Wild ARMs 2 game. She puts on a largely carefree and humorous attitude, though in truth she's very insecure and feels that her skills cannot measure up to those of her legendary sister-the Eleniak Witch-Girl. Despite this, her very first act in the game is to save Palace Village from the monster Olivier, though she gives all the credit to her sister instead of herself.
Because of her sister's death, Lilka takes up the call to join ARMS in her stead, and becomes fast friends with Ashley Winchester, on whom she develops a short-lived crush. Lilka remains a true friend to all the ARMS members and acts as a more cheerful counter-point to the darker elements of the overall story.
She struggles with her own doubts through the early parts of the game, never believing that she can be the equal of skill and power as her sister. Her sister's death has also left her afraid to get close to anyone, though she manages to open up to Ashley and her rival Terry back home. She gains more confident as she travels with her ARMS companions.
Though not clarified - or perhaps simply not clear because of the poor translation quality of the English release of the game - it is somewhat suggested that Lilka accidently caused the death of her elder sister. It is known that the Eleniak Witch-Girl died in an experiment with a magical artifact, which could very well be the Millennium Puzzle Lilka is in during her prologue flashback. She is guided through it by the disembodied voice of her sister, which seems to fade away as she tries to reset the gate after Lilka's escape. This would explain a large portion of her insecurity, as well as her hesitance to use the Puzzle to save Ashley. (Source: Wikipedia)
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