Genesis 1
Genesis 2
"I have learnt the ultimate holy magic! It's great for offence AND defence. :D"
―Natalie, Epic Battle Fantasy 4

Genesis is a Holy-elemental Limit Break available for Natalie in Epic Battle Fantasy 3 and 4.


First, a stylized white cross with wings appears in the middle of the battlefield. Next the ground shatters and screen whites out until a view of the entire planet can be seen. Lastly, a huge winged crucifix appears in a blast of motes, feathers, and shock waves, blasting the surface of the planet with its base. The imagery is effectively an inverted Doomsday (or perhaps Supernova would be more accurate).

Genesis deals high Holy-elemental damage to all enemies while at the same time reviving fallen allies and providing Auto-Revive to the living ones, which will automatically revive them with all stat buffs and status effects still active if they die in subsequent turns.

Epic Battle Fantasy 3

Using Genesis for the first time will award the player with the "Genesis" medal.

EBF3 Skill Genesis
Genesis Element Type
Limit Break! Deal massive holy damage to all foes. Level 3: Casts revive on all party members. 100% Element Holy Stat Magic
Level Power MP AP Cost
1 100 0 300
2 130 0 900
3 160 0 2000
4 200 0 4000
5 250 0 8000
EBF3 Skill JudgementEBF3 Skill Revive

Epic Battle Fantasy 4

Genesis now has a chance to Weaken foes, and it's no longer exclusive to Natalie; the new Diamond Golem boss will cast Genesis when its HP gets low. However, instead of giving the entire enemy wave Auto-revive, the Diamond Golem's version of the skill grants it and its allies Defend status.

EBF4 Skill Genesis
Genesis Element Type
Limit Break! Targets all foes. May weaken target. Revives or gives auto-revive to all allies. 100% Element Holy Stat Magic
Level Power MP AP Cost
1 50 0 300
2 100 0 900
3 150 0 2000
4 200 0 4000
5 250 0 12000
EBF4 Skill Judgement


  • In EBF3, Natalie quotes a line from The Animatrix when casting Genesis for the first time: "May the sins of man and machine be forgiven."
  • The name and animation of this Limit Break are a reference to Genesis, the first book in the Old Testament of the Bible. It may also reference Neon Genesis Evangelion, a popular anime by Hideyaki Anno.
  • Natalie uses a shortened version of Genesis as her Bomb attack in Bullet Heaven.
  • Genesis would appear to either be striking the United Kingdom, where Matt Roszak is from, or alternatively somewhere in the vicinity of Greenland or Iceland.