|Game||Shadow Hearts (SH)|
|Special Arts||Dark Magic|
Arcane Olga is one of Roger Bacon's henchmen. She sometimes appears with him as a bodyguard, but otherwise tracks the group throughout Europe, challenging them to stop them.
An old woman with strong mystical strength. Her power impressed the quack oracle. Involved in many incidents all over Europe.
Olga is a reliable servant of the great Roger Bacon during the Europe section of the game. She is a powerful sorceress unafraid of harming others with her magic. She first appears early in the Europe section of the game when she kills Terry and summons monsters against Alice and Zhuzhen. She then tries to kidnap Alice but fails due to her skills as an exorcist. Olga's next attack on the characters is in Rouen where she faces by Yuri and the gang and kills Father Doyle. Her last appearance is at the Calios Mental Hospital where she makes a final attempt to stop the heroes from stopping her master, but fails and dies by their hands.
Olga follows Roger Bacon's orders without question. She may be indebted to him, referring to him as "Lord Bacon." She is a very cold and sinister person, often playing with her prey as when she toyed with Alice in the inn's bathroom in Prague, using her spells and enchantments to mess with Alice. She also has a distaste for churches or holy places in general, which she expresses for Father Doyle's church when she kills him. She also dislikes arrogant and cocky people, something she openly tells Roger Bacon about how Viscount Rausan was acting before the heroes arrived on the scene.
Magical Abilities Edit
Arcane Olga is a very powerful magic-user and summoner. She has the ability to teleport, making rifts in time and space like Roger Bacon. She can also tamper with time, drawing it to a halt when Yuri and the gang decide to head to the church in Rouen. She can cast lighting and other spells in battle to trouble those who cross her. She also has the ability to summon monsters on command, used to the heroes' annoyance.
- Arcane means "mysterious" or "unknown," while Olga is a female name from a Scandinavian word meaning "holy," which is at marked contrast with Olga's unholy appearance and personality.