Just because they can be controlled by the Demonic Royal Family doesn't mean the Goddesses can do the same either. Point is, the graces will do nothing against the Indura, because: -Sariel and Tarmiel were once again defeated and couldn't recover without assistance, which Ludoshel couldn't give by himself -Ludoshel's grace just gives speed, and since his ark can't do damage, it means the best he can do is avoid them or recover the other AA and run for it. -The Grace dimensions can't hold people stronger than them, they would break out immediately. -Sariel and Tarmiel couldn't do anything against Estarossa, who's arguably much weaker than two phase 2 Indura's, so even if they were available for combat in a 3AA vs 2 Indura Phase 2, the result would've been the same. Everything suggests that the AA would have lost and as a result die, or in the best scenario, have to run away or get help from someone else, which came from Elizabeth, and coincidentally enough, he seemed very happy she appeared to help him, which I believed was because the AA were doomed without her. The best defence you have is ''well Ludoshel has a plan'' which means nothing when we don't know what it was, or whether or not it would've worked: so I think it's fair to conclude the 3AA would've died against Indura. 71 chapters since the Goddess Elizabeth has been revealed. 40+ chapters since Elizabeth has awakened. Be patient. Just do what I am doing. Wait until Chapter 300 and if there is no development on the Elizabeth PL situation then I'll personally find Nakaba and lynch him I'm pretty sure Elizabeth receiving back her memories doesn't equate in a power boost, it just means she has the ability to use her power much more efficiently and better, which in turn results in higher levels of effectiveness. Elizabeth with no memories should have the same maximum raw power as the Elizabeth with memories does. Plus, Elizabeth quite easily roasted Derriere's hand, since she was more focused on their morality than making sure her ark did damage, unlike Nerobasta who focused entirely on her ark whilst having Derriere in a very disadvantageous position, yet she still lost, which separates how much more powerful Elizabeth's ark was to Nerobasta's. -Her durability is strong than people pesume -She can still move very fast, we just don't know whether or not that corresponded to reaction speed. That scan still shows she can move as fast as second demon mark Meliodas (even if he was holding back, but so was she since she looked relaxed lol) and it makes no sense that she wouldn't be able to move that fast when inside combat. It's like saying Galan jumping 72 steps feat doesn't mean anything when inside combat when it did lol. I mean: -She used an ark technique in a non-lethal way, she never compressed the ark bubble or tried to make it explode when Estarossa was inside, and from Nerobasta's experience, that seems to be the way to hurt someone with an ark bubble. Plus, she exploded an ark bubble on Derriere's hand so she's already established the ability to do that, but she never did. -She never showed any intent in wanting to hurt or kill Estarossa, her primary objective was to protect Derriere. -If she was going in for damage or for the kill, literally any other ark would've been better, even the ark blast she demonstrated against Meliodas would've been better, but she opted for a non-lethal technique instead, which only supports the idea she had the intention to only move him away and not hurt him. -The AA's comment means nothing to me. Elizabeth was inside the the darkness, and they couldn't see what she was aiming to do and yet praised the very same ark. So to me they made expectations on the ark since they have a bias for it, hence the comment. Plus it is counter-intuitive: Why would you expect an ark used in a non-lethal way with no aggression behind it to do damage? It's like me coming at you with a knife, but end up using the blunt side in order to try to cut you, and THEN be surprised it didn't do squat and start praising you for evading damage. Spoiler She was still conscious in the air because she was still flinching from the punch. Her body is tense = awake And if ''dramatic effect'' is my opinion, then why does everyone else start to accept that the Elizabeth slap Meliodas only happened because of comedy effect and that is fact? Plus, this moment doesn't really mean a lot to me, since: -Elizabeth couldn't even react to the punch since she was off-guard -It wasn't even a full-fight and as we know, it's much easier to knock someone out when they aren't expecting it vs when they are in battle mode. -Elizabeth can take a hit from 2 Gods and can still stand side to side with Meliodas (with same injuries) but can't withstand one small punch from a mid tier commandment? Nonsense, and while you think the God situation means nothing, it still proves her durability is much stronger than we think. It's not crystal clear when it your opinion. Also, you can still interact with the ark physically, how else do you explain the Indura being able to physically hold Elizabeth's drills of light and then be able to push them back with their hands? Or Galan physically holding Sariel's ark? And if we do the reverse, if you can't physically interact with light, then you can't with darkness either, but that's been disproved by Ludoshel holding darkness itself. It's ''crystal clear'' that she used her physical strength to escape the ark, and then because of her rage, darkness followed. If darkness was the true reason she escaped then we would've seen it surrounding her body when inside the ark, but we never did, all we saw was Derriere struggling physically because she was using her strength in order to try to escape. LOL what. Darkness is magic, and that's determined by the magic stat, hence why Derriere's magic is pittiful weak and why it's nonsense to argue she used it to break out of the ark. Nerobasta never overpowered Derriere's physical strength, because if that was the case she would've been able to contain Derriere, but failed to. All this picture tells me is that she wasn't expecting it to happen and didn't have enough time to react to it anyway due to her being shocked at understanding Elizabeth's true identity. 1) Not enough time 2) Elizabeth's light would've overpowered the darkness anyway. Not really. She made them heavily desperate and on the edge of being purified, if it was a 1v1, she would've succeeded in doing so. The Indura could barely handle one drill of light,so if she combined the two drills of light into a big and much more powerful one against one Indura, they would've been significantly overwhelmed and purified. Meliodas can low-mid diff 1v1 the Kings outside Assault Mode, but in a 1v2 against them when they are perfectly healthy, even he admitted he can't win, same thing here with Elizabeth vs Indura. He's still passive and not battle ready, so of course his defences are weaker. She's displayed more techniques because she has her memories, which gives her access to all her previous abilities, but that doesn't mean they are as powerful. Plus, Elizabeth herself stated her power isn't what it ''used'' to be, and since the awakened Elizabeth made this comment, it's obvious she was referring to Goddess vs human power. Also the AA making no distinction makes no sense. The demons or ten commandments never made a distinction from Assault Meliodas to 60k/second demon mark Meliodas when in his presence, until the Assault Mode came out of nowhere. Yes it was. -It didn't take Elizabeth much effort to use it. -It's not complex and I'm pretty sure any Goddess can use it, even someone like Nerobasta. An ark blast isn't complex. -It's not as powerful as her stronger techniques, such as Let There Be Light, and because of that, it's basic.