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Elizabeth Greenhough Smith
Kanji エリザベス・グリーンハウ=スミス
Rōmaji Erizabesu Gurīnhau-Sumisu
Race Human
Status Alive
Gender Female
Hair Color Brown, later dyed blonde
Eye Color Red
Relatives Loser (Adoptive Father)
Professional Status
Affiliation Loser
Manga Chapter 17
Anime Episode 2
Voice Actor
Japanese Eri Suzuki
English Maxey Whitehead

Elizabeth Greenhough Smith is a friend of Misuzu Midorikawa, and the adoptive daughter and partner of Loser.


Elizabeth is mostly seen with long, dyed blonde hair and ruby red eyes. She is seen wearing a headband with bat wings, a frippy collar around her neck and a lolita dress (episode 4). When she is introduced in episode 2, she is dressed like a young boy with a baseball cap and sweatshirt. It is seen that she had short brown hair. Her clothing varies with the manga and the anime.

When she was introduced as a child in her backstory (Volume 11), she has short, brown hair.




She is Loser's adoptive daughter and partner in-crime, and assists him in his quest to find the Numbers by performing the technological aspects of his heists, mainly broadcasting his movements to the public via small drones, deploying signal scramblers to delay the authorities and providing directions and schematics to guide him through a place he is robbing. It is seen that she was attached to him, seeing him as a father figure, as she cried over his death on Easter Island.

Kyōma Mabuchi[]

While the two have never interacted in person, she attempted to find out more about him during his first encounter with her father, but couldn't due to his lack a coil. Nevertheless, Loser deduced Kyōma's identity all on his own.

Mira Yurizaki[]

She was initially surprised when Mira discovered her hiding place by tracking the flight patterns of her pigeon drones.


As a child, she was first named 301 (Trecentouno, or Uno). She was raised underground with many other children, not knowing the existence of the outside world. She was friends with some of them, two being recognized as Nove (Trecentonove) and Venti (Trecentoventi). She eventually learned about the outside world in her studies and decided to escape, alone, while no one was there to stop her.

She was found on a ship by fishers, still as a child. Uno met Loser on the same ship, when he was almost dead, and weak. She helped the doctor save him, as she was good with machinery. Loser and her was dropped on grounds by the capitain of the boat, and Loser eventually gave Uno her name, which since them, she wasn't named after a number; Elizabeth Greenhough Smith.