- "Why don't you just give up and die?"
- — EVA-Beatrice's notable taunt towards her enemies
Originally some sort of inner being in Eva Ushiromiya, she became a witch after Eva solved the riddle of the Epitaph. She was recognized as Beatrice's successor, and was extremely cruel. She often used her powers to kill and resurrect people multiple times (usually in brutal ways) before finishing them off. She is sometimes referred to in the text as "The Cruel Witch", and later on, "The Black Witch". She is the main antagonist in Banquet of the Golden Witch.
She solved the riddle of the Witch's Epitaph, and was welcomed as the new Endless Witch. She has a natural ability in magic, and is expected to grow into an extraordinary Great Witch. This genius witch often indulged in her own power during her younger days. This is a test permitted only to geniuses, and if she succeeds, her name will probably be listed in the history of Endless Witches. Will she be able to overcome the test that defeated her predecessors?
- Beatrice - predecessor
- Eva Ushiromiya - original body
- Chiester Sisters Imperial Guard Corps - furniture
- Ronove - furniture
- The Seven Stakes of Purgatory - furniture
- ANGE-Beatrice - successor
In the anime, EVA-Beatrice had Eva's pink eyes, but after receiving the One-Winged staff and becoming the Endless Witch, her eyes shifted to a dark, royal blue color.
At first glance, EVA-Beatrice is a cruel witch who enjoys torturing her victims by playing with her magic. She also believes that she deserves effective Furniture, the titles of Endless and Golden Witch as well as the gold and headship of the Ushiromiya family. In the beginning she does this to help Eva succeed her goals, but eventually became independent. She is very mocking of others, repeatedly taunting them by saying, Heso demo kande shinjaebā? (ヘソでも噛んで死んじゃえばぁ?, lit. "Why don't you just give up and die?").
In addition to the above, she seems to enjoy watching Ange suffer. In truth however, like her human counterpart, she cares a lot about Ange as well as her son George. In Dawn of the Golden Witch, it is revealed that all she had done for George was for his own benefit. In Twilight of the Golden Witch she wants to protect Ange from the truth of Rokkenjima, but nonetheless reluctantly helps her, since she is Ange's ally. She was also shown to be evidently sad when Ange committed suicide. It is also shown that she truly cares for Ange, when she went out of her way to ultimately betray Bernkastel by killing the cat familiars that guarded the key of The Book of The Single Truth, breaking its protective barrier and creating a sign using her spiderwebs to guide Ange to the key's location. Her protectiveness towards Ange was also further demonstrated in Ougon Musou Kyoku Cross. For example, in one of her dialogues with Black Battler, who wanted to go to the future, she does not allow him to as she wants to protect Ange. Even when paired with Ange, she would ultimately refuse to tell her the truth and would give her her usual taunts.
Additionally, she also seems to be childish. She has a bit of a complex when being called 'oba-san' by Battler and rather wants to be called 'nee-san'.
EVA-Beatrice is actually a part of Eva and she presents all of Eva's desires and cruelty. When Eva solved the Epitaph and found the gold, Beatrice appears before EVA-Beatrice and passes her name and her powers to EVA-Beatrice. EVA-Beatrice powers are Beatrice's powers, but EVA-Beatrice uses them in deadly and playful ways. EVA-Beatrice was shown creating objects such as making a giant cake to crush Rosa and Maria. She also demonstrated telekinetic powers such as flying and levitating Maria and Rosa. Like all witches, she can teleport.
She could summon Beatrice's Furniture, The Seven Stakes of Purgatory and Ronove, but preferred to use the Chiesters because of their brutality. In the Meta-World, she used the Red Truth on Dr. Nanjo's murder against Battler.
Her most preferred power is to resurrect the dead, and kill them in bizarre ways only to repeat it until she gets bored with them. She could disguise herself as Eva and can communicate with Eva. In the fourth game, she has control over Kasumi. After Kasumi dies, EVA-Beatrice turns into Eva, only to be killed by Ange.
Role in the Games
EVA-Beatrice is the main antagonist in Banquet of the Golden Witch, and makes a small appearance in the future of 1998 in Alliance of the Golden Witch. In Twilight of the Golden Witch she is summoned by Bernkastel as a piece to take control of Ange.
EVA-Beatrice first appears in a flashback, where she speaks to Eva after she gets in an argument with Krauss and Kinzo. She later appears to Eva to encourage her to solve the riddle of the epitaph in order to fufill their dream of becoming the family head.
After Eva finds the gold, EVA-Beatrice is taken to the Golden Land, where she is granted the title of Endless Witch, and succeeds Beatrice. Afterwards, she goes to the garden, where Rosa and Maria are, and starts to use her magic. She first uses it to cause her and Rosa to fly, and then accidentally drops Rosa, killing her. She then revives Rosa and repeatedly uses her power on Rosa in bizarre ways to torture her (throwing her into a sea of jelly, burying her under a mountain of cake, etc). As she begins to torture Maria as well, Beatrice shows up to show her the proper way of doing things, giving Rosa and Maria much more merciful deaths. Beatrice tells her successor to try and kill mercifully, and EVA-Beatrice agrees. However, she does not keep her word.
In the mansion, when Kyrie, Hideyoshi, and Rudolf go to get supplies, she summons Leviathan and Belphegor to kill Rudolf and Kyrie. However, both of the Stakes are killed instead. In response, she summons new, more powerful Furniture: Chiester 410 and Chiester 45. The recently-summoned Furniture quickly kill Rudolf and Kyrie. Before she can resurrect and torture them, Hideyoshi attempts to reason with her, seeing her as Eva Ushiromiya. EVA-Beatrice does not listen, and levitates a gun that had been dropped, making it fire and kill Hideyoshi.
Due to her now spoiled mood, she decides to leave the corpses as they are. After a conversation with Eva Ushiromiya, EVA-Beatrice has the Chiesters use their magical ammunition to strangle Krauss and Natsuhi to death. She later uses the Chiesters once more to kill George and a recently-resurrected Shannon. Afterwards, she appears in the Guest House, close to the place where Dr. Nanjo was taking care of Jessica (who was temporarily blinded by Eva's gunfire). Despite Nanjo's pleas, EVA-Beatrice kills him by sticking her staff through his head. She then begins taunting Jessica, saying that she'll be next after she's done playing with Nanjo's corpse. Jessica escapes, thanks to the ghost of Kanon, who was brought back by Beatrice. Beatrice guards the room they are in, but is attacked by EVA-Beatrice and the Chiesters.
No matter how much the Chiesters pierce her heart, however, she remained standing. EVA-Beatrice tells the Chiesters to make her heart explode. They try this, but it only destroys her body, and not her golden heart. EVA-Beatrice is about to crush the heart herself, before being summoned to the Meta-World by Battler, who declares her his opponent. They both have an argument, which leads to EVA-Beatrice trapping Battler within webs of Red Truth. Her move appears nearly flawless, until Beatrice says that she's going to deny witches using the Red Truth. EVA-Beatrice panics, but Ronove holds her down until Beatrice apparently says it. This causes EVA-Beatrice to burn away.
Despite presumably being destroyed by Beatrice at the climax of Banquet of the Golden Witch, EVA-Beatrice makes a small reappearance near the conclusion of Alliance of the Golden Witch. In the future time line of 1998, Ange arrives on Rokkenjima, only to be stopped by Kasumi Sumadera and her men. As they are beating her, Ange sees EVA-Beatrice's faint form, encouraging Kasumi to hurt and demean Ange. After taunting Ange some more, and tearing out pages of Maria's diary, Kasumi mockingly asks Ange to show her magic. Miraculously, Ange is able to summon The Seven Stakes of Purgatory, despite the high levels of anti-magic toxin, shocking EVA-Beatrice. After using them to kill Kasumi and her guards, Ange turns her attention to EVA-Beatrice. In retaliation, EVA-Beatrice resurrects the form of a shotgun wielding Eva Ushiromiya from hell. However, before she can fire, she is killed by Mammon.
In the anime and manga, Mammon causes the weapon to misfire instead, and Eva has her head blown by the resulting explosion. Writhing on the ground, screaming, and oozing blood out of her mouth. She is then dispatched by Ange herself.
EVA-Beatrice plays a much bigger role in this chapter as she is one of the main characters. She, along with the others, tries to prevent Ange from obtaining the Truth by helping them defeat Erika and Bernkastel. Later on, after stopping Ange, she rejoins with Battler, Ange, and Lambdadelta and helps them steal Eva's Diary by breaking up and destroying the barrier around it. In the finale of the magic ending, EVA-Beatrice greets Battler while standing next to Rudolf and Kyrie.
- She is most likely the manifestation of all the Eva culprit theories similar to how Black Battler is the manifestation of all the Battler culprit theories.
- Miki Itō is the same seiyuu (voice actor) of Takano Miyo of Higurashi no Naku Koro ni.
- On Ougon Musou Kyoku at least, all of her endings but one involve her killing everybody.
- In the TIP "Game Master BATTLER!". She is told that she can't beat Erika in the popularity polls because her look isn't fanservicey enough (among other things). So she begs Battler to help her be more popular. The result is… impressive.
- "This is goodbye, Battler-kun."
- "You can lead a horse to water, but you can't make it drink."
- "Ushiromiya Jessica did not commit murder!"
- "This book is really important to Ange, right?"
- "Teach her the pain of having your dignity trampled, since that's the only way to soften your own pain...!"