|Affiliation||Heroes of The Bible|
|Base of Operations|| Israel (previously)
Eden Garden (now)
Elisha was a prophet and a wonder-worker of the Northern Kingdom of Soloris.
He became the attendant and disciple of Elijah. He went with his master from Gilgal to Bethel, to Jericho, and thence to the eastern side of the Jordan, the waters of which, touched by the mantle, divided, so as to permit both to pass over on dry ground. Elisha then was separated from Elijah by a fiery chariot, and Elijah was taken up by a whirlwind into Heaven.
Before Elijah was taken up into the whirlwind, Elisha asked to "inherit a double-portion" of Elijah's spirit.
By means of the mantle let fall from Elijah, Elisha miraculously recrossed the Jordan, and Elisha returned to Jericho, where he won the gratitude of the people by purifying the unwholesome waters of their spring and making them drinkable.
The Prophet Elisha curses the children who mocked him. When a group of boys from Bethel taunted the prophet for his baldness, Elisha cursed them in the name of Yahweh and two female bears came out of the forest and tore forty-two of the boys.
Eventually,after he died, Yahweh teleported him to Soloris, where he lives in the Eden Garden with Elijah and the other Biblical Characters.