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Phosphora
Female
Phosphora-Uprising
Phosphora's artwork from Kid Icarus: Uprising
Series Kid Icarus series
First game Kid Icarus: Uprising
Year Created 2012
Created by Project Sora
Voiced by (English) Kari Wahlgren
Voiced by (Japanese) Yuka Komatsu
Quotes • Gallery

Phosphora is a character in Kid Icarus: Uprising. She serves as the boss of Chapter 14: Lightning Battle as one of Viridi's commanders of the Forces of Nature. She later seen taking care of Pit's Lightning Chariot during his attack on Palutena's Temple.

Kid Icarus: Uprising - Idol Description

"A beautiful and powerful electricity-based warrior in the Forces of Nature. While victorious in her battle with Thanatos, the wounds Phosphora receives make her weak in the fight with Pit that follows."

Super Smash Bros. series

Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U

She is featured as an Assist Trophy in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U. When summoned, she zips across the stage and shoots lightning bolt at the foes of her summoner. She can be attacked and if she is, she will flinch and be unable to attack for a short period of time. She is also featured as a trophy in both version.

Trophy description

PhosphoraTrophyWiiU

Phosphora's trophy in the Wii U version.

  • NA: "Phosphora is a young, beautiful, fierce commander of the Forces of Nature. She also has control over electricity, letting her move at shockingly high speed. When I write it out like that, it sounds like she has everything! Well, I did hear she isn't a great singer..."
  • EU: "Some people are just too talented for their own good, and Phosphora is one of those people. A commander of the Forces of Nature, she has speed, strength and the power of electricity on her side. However, everybody has their flaws, and maybe - just maybe - her singing's not that great."

In other media

Phosphora ar card

Kid Icarus AR cards

Phosphora has her own AR Card as part of the Kid Icarus AR Cards series released with the game. If the player scan her card with his Nintendo 3DS, he will recieve her idol and 100 Hearts

Trivia

  • In the English version of the game, Phosphora's name is a reference to the Greek god Phosphorus, whose name means light-bearer. Her Japanese name, Eleka, may be a reference to the Greek mythological figure Electra. Both names are tied to Greek words relating to radiance or light.
  • The Phosphora Bow weapon is infused from the scarf worn around Phosphora's neck.