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Seven Deadly Sins: Elizabeth Liones cosplay by Carolina Uchiyama

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Seven Deadly Sins: Elizabeth Liones cosplay by Carolina Uchiyama

Seven Deadly Sins’ powerful healer, Elizabeth Liones, comes to life courtesy of cosplayer Carolina Uchiyama.

“As long as you still breathe, you are afforded the opportunity to fight and protect those of your own choosing. And, as such, you’ll have people to share your suffering, misery, and sorrow with.”

The third adoptive princess of the kingdom of Liones, skilled healer for the Seven Deadly Sins chivalric order, former bartender at Boar Hat bar and main female protagonist of the Seven Deadly Sins anime comes to life courtesy of cosplayer Carolina Uchiyama in the following photoset:

https://www.instagram.com/p/BwaGeutnhlO/

Want to know more about Elizabeth Liones’ character? Check out the following video. (Warning: Spoilers from the Seven Deadly Sins anime):

Check out more of Carolina’s cosplay at her Facebook: Carol Uchiyama

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