|Full Name||Elisabeth Marie Stone|
|Kanji||エリザベス マリー ストーン|
|Rōmaji||Erizabesu Marī Sutōn|
|Height||170 cm (5'7")|
|Weight||57 kg (125 lbs)|
|Hair Color||Light Brown|
|Affiliation||Central University |
Twelve Cenz Stamp Revolution
|Occupation||Student, Free-lance journalist|
|Base of Operations||Central University|
|Education||Public school |
Central University (attending)
|Family||Jonathan Stone (brother)|
|Goal||Become a reporter for Central Daily Herald|
Locate her missing brother
|Signature Skill||Keen observational abilities |
Elisabeth Stone (エリザベス ストーン, Erizabesu Sutōn), more commonly referred to as Ella, is a student at Central University and a freelance journalist who writes for both the university and the Central Daily Herald. She is a close friend of both Jacques Cavendish and Hans Fuhler. While not involved with the Blue Velvet Coalition, she is a prominent member of the Twelve Cenz Stamp Revolution and a vocal advocate for the oppressed. Originally from the small town of Nesse, she decided to become a reporter after she began investigating her brother's mysterious disappearance four years ago.
Ella is a tall young woman with long brown hair, fair skin, and brilliant emerald eyes. She possesses a thin, gangly build, and her long legs often cause others to describe her as "stork-like." She is nevertheless a skillful dancer when it comes to her hometown's native jigs, even though she is otherwise rather clumsy with coordination efforts. When attending classes or when "out on the news beat" (her daily patrol for information around the city), Ella typically dresses according to what her perception of a "professional reporter" would look like. This includes a pressed, white collared shirt, tweed vest, black tie, a short plaid or corduroy skirt, stockings, and occasionally a wide-brimmed fedora or newsboy's cap. On special occasions or when visiting Nesse, however, she is seen in her regional garb (composed of a white blouse, black vest and red skirt), which she has professed to be most comfortable in. Ella only owns one pair of shoes; a sturdy set of lace-up leather army boots. She claims they were a "gift" from her older brother (he actually outgrew and forgot them), and she has vowed to wear them until "all the voices of the oppressed have been heard" in Amestris. Thus, while she keeps them in good-repair they are noticeably well-worn.
- Ella's name could be taken as a reference to the bridge at Ellastone, which was an important transportation point in England durring WWII. Her middle name, Marie, is an homage to the physicist and chemist Marie Curry, famous for her pioneering research in radioactivity prior to the First World War.
- Ella's appearance is based off of the character of Hungary from the Hetalia: Axis Powers series. Coincidentially, both Hungary's and Ella's given names are variants of "Elisabeth."