Elise Doll
Uhu~ I love you, Mär. We'll be together forever and ever from now on, right? Ahahaha~
~ Elise (Yoiyami no Uta)
Elise is the main character of the single Ido e Itaru Mori e Itaru Ido and the album Märchen. She is a doll who follows Märchen von Friedhof through most of the story.

She was voiced by Miku Hatsune and her narrations were provided by Saki Fujita.


Elise resembles Elisabeth with her long, tied-up blond hair, pale skin and green eyes. Her height is approximately 50-70 centimeters in the live performance. She is described wearing a off-shoulder black dress with partings in the skirt with a red petticoat and laces. Her hair is held back by a black and red diadem.


In actuality Elise is the doll that was given to Mär by Elisabeth when they were children and was thrown down the well along with him during the later events described in Hikari to Yami no Douwa. It is debatable how Elise was able to gain life, although it is possible that she is the incarnation of either Ido's will or Therese's thirst for revenge (the latter being implied through the imagery shown in the concert version of Yoiyami no Uta. While she isn't as active as Mär in helping the seven maidens get revenge, at the end of every track she gives a short commentary on the story that has been shown to be usually cruel or underhanded in nature.

In the final "act" of Haritsuke no Seijo she tries to convince Mär to forget about Elisabeth so they can continue getting revenge, a suggestion that falls on deaf ears. In desperation Elise tries to remind him of all the fun they've had helping others taking revenge. Declaring that they had made a promise to stay together forever, and that she loves Mär more than anyone else. At Mär's silent declining of this offer, force that was keeping Elise "alive" was banished, leaving only a regular doll in its place.