Elizabeth, one of the many Guthrie siblings, has not played much of a role in the standard Marvel 616 universe. She still resides at the Guthrie home in Kentucky.
Elizabeth is a normal human; she has not exhibited any mutant powers unlike some of her siblings.
Unlike in the 616 Marvel universe, Elizabeth has mutant powers in the AoA. She has the ability to increase the size of her body and strength to unknown limits. Also she has the ability to increase the size of objects (weapons) and clothes she is using.
Earth 295: Age of Apocalypse
In this alternate reality, the Guthrie Family was abducted while the cullings and Sinister offered children to join Apocalypse´s forces, Sam and Elizabeth accepted.
Elizabeth, known as Amazon, played a much more prominent role. She was a member of the Elite Mutant Force, a group of mutants loyal to his Horseman, Mr. Sinister. It was her job, along with Cyclops, Havok, Dark Beast, Northstar, Aurora, Jesse Aaronson, Terry Aaronson, and her brother, Cannonball, to keep control of the Breeding Pens. When Cyclops turned against Sinister and Apocalypse, Elizabeth was promised a promotion in Apocalypse's ranks if she sided remained loyal. She did, and Havok rewarded her loyalty with a promotion to Prelate.
Soon after, though, Cyclops broke free from his captivity with Jean Grey; Elizabeth and Cannonball were sent to stop them. In the fight, the two Guthrie siblings were defeated by the Aaronson brothers, who had sided with Cyclops in the schism.
When the Guthries awoke, Apocalypse had already been defeated by Magneto and his X-Men. Fleeing from persecution, they decided to search out for their missing mutant sibling, Husk, who had joined Magneto's training group, Generation Next, instead of siding with Apocalypse. She had last been seen at the Seattle Core, where she had been left for dead. Oddly, they found her there, very much alive, and the Guthries, along with their other brother, Icarus, sought revenge against Magneto for abandoning Husk. They infiltrate the X-Men and kidnap Magneto's son, Charles, but are eventually defeated. Magneto, furious at having his family put in danger, orders the killing of the Guthries. Elizabeth is put to death by Sunfire, who burns her to ash.
X-men: Battle of The Atom
Elizabeth is featured in the mobile card game "X-Men: Battle of the Atom" based on the comic book story with the same name. Her cards are: