|“||'I think only I, WillWare, TF, Lyra and RW would be able to handle these four spirits. However, not if they are together only in a one on one fight... I guess The Elite Four are as a serious of a threat as 513 is. But only if they are with two or more. But these guys aren't stupid either, they know their weaknesses and fight accordingly.|
–Delta Nova, thinking to himself
The Elite Four are stand alone summons of Jorichi, presumably summoned by the Cyan Emerald of Spirits.
|The Elite Four|
|Last Seen||Inside RWLabs|
|Weapons||They fight with none|
|Special Skills||Can pass through walls, but this saps their energy|
The Elite Four are one of the strongest beings of Twatter, and their powers are comparable to Subject 513 when in groups of two or more. They may not be as powerful as the monster, but they're faster and are tactically brilliant.
The Elite Four split to four for obvious reasons.
Commander: He's in charge of them all, and has absolute control over the spirits. Stalwart and tactically wise, he makes a perfect leader.
Shades: He has the shortest fuse of them all and wears sunglasses. He's also faster than WillWare, who is the fastest character on the good side.
Shadow: He's somewhat neutral in terms of personality, but isn't easily provoked. He's very calm minded and governs Shade and Smalls' incessant quarreling at times.
Smalls: The shortest of them all, and has a similar personality to Shades.
Chapter 1 Edit
|“||When WillWare reached his unbeatable top-speed he looked back to see if anyone managed to follow him. He grinned upon the sight of an empty path behind him. When he turned his head back he noticed the sunglasses wearing spirit in front of him. He kicked his heels into the ground to grind to a halt, just inches away from the spirit. "You really thought you could outsmart the elite four, huh?" He said. With the question 'how could he be faster then me?' roaming his head, he had no time to avoid getting grabbed by the throat. The grip of the spirit was incredibly strong, WillWare struggled to breathe. With all the strength within him he punched the spirit in the face. It sure felt like a successful hit, but the spirit didn't flinch, nor was his face bruised or his glasses broken. His grip tightened, WillWare knew this spirit could easily break his neck.|
–Jorichi, describing the Elite Four's first (in story) real battle
The Elite Four were tasked by Jorichi to hunt down LightningFire when LF entered RWLabs. Upon their arrival, they saw that the structure was afloat and decided to rest until they found a way to approach it. Then WillWare and Qcode dropped from the skies. The shades decided to take them for bounty and began to retreat. When they woke up, they attacked the spirits and the two ran. Although WillWare was the fastest of all Balance Angels, he was intercepted by Shades, and almost killed. Commander stopped Shades and took WillWare and Qcodes as captives again. Thunderflipper in his Gatekeeper form arrived, and sided with the spirits. This time, WillWare threw his Chaos Emerald, and seeing the Emerald as being more worthwhile, they dashed at it. However, TF with his insane speed grabbed it and chased after them again. At this moment, RWLabs fell to the ground, prompting everyone to run towards the laboratory.
When WillWare and Qcode fled, Jorichi entered the scene. The Elite Four, followed Jorichi, who found a severely wounded LF. Jorichi healed LF before using him to open the portal to Equestria. Everyone entered the portal.
The Elite Four partook in the battle of Equestria, and defeated the ponies fairly easily. However, they couldn't stop the a portal that saved the ponies from opening, nor Jorichi's suicide.
Chapter 2 Edit
With Jorichi's revival close at hand, the Elite Four entered the laboratory again with intentions of retrieving the Emerald. They deduced that it was in Cell 513, but before they could move, Sam blocked them by summoning a wall. Commander broke the wall easily and led the group to the cell. They saw that the group already had the Emerald and saw Subject 513 readying for ambush. Deciding to cooperate, they waited when Commander sensed something.
|“|| "What's this?" inquired Shades, nearing a bloody corpse. It had once belonged to a woman.
Commander growled, then said, "Yes this place is it."
"You had to have a good reason to leave Subject 513 alone outside that cell- I thought we were going to ambush them!" pointed out another spirit.
"I felt something... powerful." replied Commander, as he searched the body of Sakura. Subject 513 had left just enough blood and flesh for a close friend to recognize her. The spirits gasped as he drew a bloody white stone- the Emerald of the Gods (Sakura had it, remember?).
Commander smirked before pocketing the item. Then they disappeared into the darkness.
They then gave the Emerald to Jorichi when the summoning was complete. They then kidnapped Bonko and arranged Jorichi's proposition with the alien. They then acted as Bonko's mercenaries and Jorichi's spies.
After Jorichi's battle with Subject 513, the spirits arrived. Then they decided to hunt down LF.
During the final battle, the Elite Four arrived to assist Jorichi. But they were taken out fairly stupidly when they formed into one out of bumfuck nowhere and was slain by Drone. Need I say who wrote this part?
They were last seen in soul-form with Death's arrival.
- The Elite Four's namesake was probably Pokemon's Elite Four.
- There are four horsemen of the apocalypse, and there are four undead spirits trying to bring about the apocalypse. Coincidence? Possible.
- Although the Elite Four are as powerful (possibly more) than Subject 513, they were severely underused. And they were killed in a very boring fashion.
- Whether they willingly serve Jorichi or are brainwashed into doing so by the Cyan Emerald is up to debate.