Ashiya Douman (蘆屋 道満, Ashiya Dōman?), Class Name Alter Ego (アルターエゴ, Arutā Ego?), is an Alter Ego-class High-Servant working as one of the three Alter Ego apostles of the Alien God in the Lostbelts of Fate/Grand Order. They are working in tangent with the seven Crypters attempting to supplant the Greater History of Man with the Lostbelts. He is also summoned by Ritsuka Fujimaru.
- 1 Profile
- 2 Role
- 3 Abilities
- 4 Development
- 5 References
Profile[edit | edit source]
Identity[edit | edit source]
A Buddhist Onmyouji in the Heian period known as the rival of Abe no Seimei. He was called Douma Houshi (道摩法師?) or Sangha Douman (僧道満?), and given the title of Beautiful Carnivore, the All-Ridiculing (美しき肉食獣?). As a Buddhist priest, he was essentially an enemy of the government, and while initially having a cooperative relationship with Seimei from the Bureau of Onmyou, Douman later came to view them as enemies to frequently oppose. He was known for plots such as cursing Fujiwara no Michinaga with the help of Fujiwara no Akimitsu. As it was a time of great mystery, the clashes between the two considered the greatest masters of spells was said to be astounding. Legends even speak of Douman having died several times, but he had mastered pseudo-immortality through learning the secret arts of Hakudou Jounin.
Ascending to the Throne of Heroes, he was known as a Anti-Hero who unscrupulously harmed people and whose death lead society to peace and tranquillity. Alter Ego Douman, or Alter Ego Limbo, summoned by the Alien God was no longer exactly the same existence as the living Ashiya Douman, so he was described as a "caricaturized aspect of the existing Ashiya Douman." While he was not a complete representation of the living Ashiya Douman, the accounts of Murasaki Shikibu implied they shared much of the same inhuman nature and untrustworthiness. He modified himself into a High-Servant by incorporating three component spirits into his Saint Graph. After being defeated and summoned to Chaldea Security Organization, he feigned ignorance, behaving as if he remembered nothing of his prior activities and acting confused over his Alter Ego Saint Graph. As he was in reality summoned with the records of having antagonized Chaldea, it was unknown if it was a karmic bond tying his fate to Chaldea, the Greater History of Man summoning him without taking history into account, or even the wish of Douman himself despite there being no confirmation of summonings being influenced by the wills of Heroic Spirits.
Components[edit | edit source]
Itzpapalotl[edit | edit source]
Chernobog[edit | edit source]
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Appearance[edit | edit source]
Douman is described as having "eyes like polished obsidians," "face constantly wearing a smile cruel to the point of perfection," and a "body so fierce that it could tear his enemies apart barehanded, if needed." He is a like a "Youkai Beast in human shape, who manages to leave an impression of beauty on those who behold them."
Personality[edit | edit source]
He is described as a voracious, carnivorous beast whose voice is akin to a ghost of an evil king who devours gods, rips them apart, and makes their flesh his own. An ego guided by a greater existence, whose core brims with evil and malice. He is highly sadistic, offering aid to restore the memories of Kato Danzo simply because he would not draw satisfaction from murdering her loved ones if she did not remember them. He is also quite arrogant, vainly assuming he can easily defeat Musashi, Ritsuka and company only to contort his face in ugly fashion and rant furiously when he is defeated.
Role[edit | edit source]
Fate/Grand Order[edit | edit source]
Subspecies Singularity III: Shimosa[edit | edit source]
Douman was sent to Shimosa by the God of a Distant Star to search for the missing history. There he met Amakusa Shirou Tokisada, who was directed there by the same being. He infused the Heroic Spirits Amakusa Shirou summoned at Katori Shrine with the Curse of Annihilation to make them into the Heroic Spirit Swordmasters, including himself. He unintentionally failed to infuse Houzouin Inshun with the curse though. He also infused Yagyuu Munenori, the only human Swordmaster, with the curse.
The Swordmasters were then instructed by Amakusa Shirou to kill everyone in Shimosa. Both their souls and the grieving souls of those they slaughter will serve as the foundation of Onriedo Castle. Once it is constructed, Amakusa Shirou will sacrifice one of Tokugawa blood to it. The sacrifice will serve as the perfect catalyst to cast a far-ranging multilayered curse on the Tokugawa regime to achieve Amakusa Shirou's ultimate goal.
At some point, he found the abandoned Katou Danzou whose body broke down from lack of magical energy. He repaired her body, but also altered her mental records to have her serve him. He also imbued her with a sorcery that recreates the Curse of Annihilation's karma through machinery.
At Katori Shrine, he and Amakusa Shirou both note they're missing Inshun as the Swordmasters must number seven. He then turns day into the blood moon night on Amakusa Shirou's instruction. He joins the other Swordmasters when they confront Ritsuka's party as they tried to cut through a bamboo forest to reach Onui and Tasuke's hermitage. He introduces himself and his fellows as tthe Six Heroic Spirit Swordmasters, declaring they were summoned to transform the world into hell. Introducing himself as Caster of Limbo, he casts fire at Miyamoto Musashi, but she slashes it away. He and the Swordmasters watch Inshun fight Munenori alone to let the others escape. He then infuses him with Curse of Annihilation on Munenori's command to turn him into the final Swordmaster: Lancer of Purgatorio.
Later, he reports that Inshun is gone, blaming it on his incomplete summoning. However he is pleased that he fulfilled his role as a Swordmaster. Munenori disagrees, considering Inshun a failure for failing to take even a hundred lives. Despite that though, Amakusa Shirou says Inshun still served as an excellent cornerstone for the Onriedo. Douma agrees with him and Munenori, saying the souls of Heroic Spirits are insufficient to manifest the Onriedo. Thus, the grieving souls slaughtered by the Swordmasters are also needed. Sasaki Kojirou, who Douman explains is Amakusa Shirou's handpicked bodyguard, then enters. After Amakusa Shirou leaves to prepare for the Onriedo's arrival, Douman and Munenori both agree he doesn't see Musashi as a threat. He then orders Danzou to sick Tomoe Gozen on Musashi. He also orders her to closely observe a group of samurai from Edo that'll soon arrive in Toke Castle by pretending to be on a secret mission from the Shogunate. Once he determines everything is set, Danzou will bring Tomoe and Musashi together, and witness what comes next.
Danzou later reports to him that Tomoe is heading northward toward Toke Castle Town as she massacres village after village. Douman contacts her when she is about to use her technique to stop Tomoe. Hearing she is unreponsive to Danzou's words, he is concerned Tomoe will incinerate Onriedo's foundations again, like she did in Hitachi. It thus decided that she will be removed along with Ritsuka's party.
After Mochizuki Chiyome's second attack on Toke Castle, Douman reports she and Danzou have laid the groundwork for the Onriedo by spreading fear. Munenori adds the great pentagram being drawn in secret via Jesuit sorcery is nearing completion. Amakusa Shirou tells them that Chiyome needs to be removed now that she has spread fear amongst the populace. At a later point, he ordered Minamoto-no-Raikou and Shuten-douji to kidnap Onui and Tasuke.
Later outside Toke Castle town, Douman turns day into the blood moon night on Amakusa Shirou's order. Amakusa Shirou then uses the souls of five Swordmasters and their victims to transform Toke Castle into Onriedo Castle. Townsfolk are randomly turned into monsters and kill those who weren't turned due to Caster's sorcery. For those who lack resistance to magic have their human norms turned to bestial urges and begin eating other humans.
He confronts Ritsuka's party after Danzou lead them to the Onriedo Castle's courtyard. He mocks Danzou for thinking she lead the group of her own volition. He reveals what he did to her after finding her broken down body. He introduces himself as Abe no Seimei to the group's disbelief. Musashi attacks him, but a barrier stops her. Danzou also tries to attack her from behind, but Fuuma Kotarou stops her. Danzou realizes Douman has been controlling her actions the whole time. Douman then calls the monsters that he's been keeping at bay. He also has Danzou fight the group. After Danzou self-destructs and destroys Musashi's eye, he confirms Senji Muramasa's supscions that Musashi's eye can't be repaired due to the curse he imbued in Danzou. He then blocks a slash from Musashi that would've beheaded him, and summons more monsters. Kotarou helps the group slay them after being imparted with Danzou's magical energy, the very same that the first Kotarou embedded into her. Afterwards, Douman casts Curse of Annihilation on Musashi to transform her into a Swordmaster. However to his utter disbelief, Ritsuka removes it with the Mystic Code Rain of Isis. To further add to his confusion, Musashi cuts through his multi-layered barrier. Enraged, he brings them to blood-soaked battlefield and summons the great spirit of the Souma clan to fight on his behalf. He is left baffled when Musashi proves victorious against the spirit. Kotarou takes advantage of this to wound him to Douman's disbelief since Myoujingiri Muramasa should be the only blade capable of harming him. He is further baffled by Kotarou saying it was thanks to Danzou passing her will onto him. Kotarou then seemingly finishes him off.
Still alive, Douman tries to ambush Musashi when she and the others reach the 4th floor. However before either can do anything, Munenori presumably kills him.
At the end, Douman is shown to be alive once again, enraged all of his machinations to destroy Shimosa have enAfter calming himself, he claims that, even if he failed to invade Chaldea, he has successful in finding the lost history. He mentions this version of Shimosa is a Parallel World, a part of human history, and Singularity without being any of them; a world observed by tthe God of a Distant Star. He asks "Satan" if they find all of this fascinating. He says that name was a temporary name meant to be a joke that he took too far because Amakusa Shirou liked the name. He then sincerely apologizes to ■■■■■■■■■.
SIN: Land of Unified Knowledge[edit | edit source]
Yuga Kshetra: Genesis Destruction Cycle[edit | edit source]
At some moment, he appeared in the Indian Lostbelt and convinced God Arjuna to accelerate the Maha Yuga in order to attain the flawless world the Lostbelt King seeks. He also helped him in summoning servants who, upon receiving divine authorities, they became Arjuna's Divine Generals.
He is seen alongside Koyanskaya, amused at the way Black Final God remakes the world, stating that no matter how many times he experiences it, he always finds it fascinating. In response to Koyanskaya's comment about how sluggish it was because Chaldea could escape from it, he warns her about trying to provoke God's wrath: even they wouldn't be able to escape if Arjuna deemed as unnecessary in the next cycle. He finishes expressing his wish of seeing the perfection that God is slowly reaching through the Yugas. Later, when the Priestess appeared next to him and he was somehow told about Koyanskaya's actions, Douman advises Arjuna about taking actions against her before it could develop into a danger to his world.
After noticing Nezha's disappearance, Limbo is displeased for losing a pawn. He decides to summon another Heroic Spirit to replace the previous Lokapala, but Arjuna tells him that it is not necessary; the end of the Mahayuga is near. Limbo flatters Arjuna, claiming that his actions of speeding up the cycle will bring him the world beffiting of a perfect god and that it only takes a few cycles to reach the expected result. Asclepius, annoyed by Ashiya's monologue, asks him not to deviate from the main topic about Nezha. As the doctor prepares to leave, God Arjuna stops him, saying that he has to tell them something. Limbo finds this curious, wondering if there is still a fragment of humanity in the final god.
While Arjuna is preparing his Noble Phantasm, Limbo comments that this time Chaldea will not be able to escape from it. William Tell shows before them, annoyed with God Arjuna for erasing his memories. This act of insubordination is considered evil, so Arjuna decides to eliminate it for the next cycle. Limbo agrees with the god, since it is necessary to eradicate all the imperfect aspects and he doubt that William can be an ally once again. When Tell decides to release his Noble Phantasm to shoot Arjuna, Douman commits the futility of his actions against a god, but is shocked to see the arrow hit Arjuna. Recognizing him as a Noble Phantasm who distorts the casuality to sucessfully hit the target, he knows that even if he failed to harm Arjuna, it would be enough to distract him and give Chaldea time to escape. William mocks Limbo's silence after realizing it, proud to know that his rebellious actions were not in vain.
Limbo managed to pinpoint Chaldea's goal: the Sky Stone, so he recommends Arjuna to strike them down from the heavens, but he is puzzled to learn the god has no idea about that structure, since he never noticed it, leaving Douman wondering why that stone is in the lostbelt.
Arjuna and Limbo decide to descend on the Sky Stone, intercepting Chaldea. Limbo is recognized by Ritsuka and Holmes as the caster who spread chaos in Shimousa. Sherlock ask him if he is the famous Abe no Seimei and if he is one of the Alien God's apostles. Limbo confess he is indeed one of it's servants and he was indeed the one who caused havoc in the pseudo-singularity, but he clarifies that he doesn't want to be mistaken for such a despicable onmyouji as Abe. He realizes that Koyanskaya is no longer on Chaldea's team so, although he cannot forgive her actions of siding with Chaldea, he won't inform his master about her whims. He tells that, even his body isn't suited for combat, he won't let Chaldea to reach Arjuna, less when his goal is so close. At some point of the fight, Arjuna began to lose his composure due to Karna, forcing Limbo to intervene to ask him to calm down, since the power of a perfect god is still necessary. Pointing that the time of the finale is near, Arjuna and Limbo decide to head to the Fantasy Tree.
Before the final fight, after hearing the argument between Karna and Arjuna, Limbo decides there has been enough blasphemies against god and that it is time to accomplish his goals. Upon referring to the Fantasy Tree as the Empty Rhetoric Tree, he commands Spiral to activate and bloom so God Arjuna can make use of it's vast energy to defeat Chaldea's renmants. While Karna and Arjuna are fighting, Limbo remains near the Tree watching from afar. He decides it's time to end the fight by tarjeting and disposing of the Master of Chaldea, but before he can make a move, he is suddenly attacked. Douman recognizes the one behind the attack: Asclepius, who managed to resurrect himself in a state prior to being given the divine autorithies. The god of the medicine comments how much he is disgusted by Douman's actions, comparing him to a tumor who latches onto everyone to use them for his own sake, so he, as doctor, have the responsability to get rid of him before engaging the onmyouji in a battle.
After the fight, Peperoncino manages to notice Limbo's actual state, asking him if he was at least trying. He already realized Douman's body wasn't the real one but his Saint Graph engraved on a shikigami clone. Douman replies the tree has failed, so he doesn't have business in the Indian Lostbelt anymore. Peperoncino ask him about his alliance, to which the onmyouji answer they aren't enemies as long they have the same goal. Bidding his farewell, he turned his shikigami body into dust.
Olympus: Interstellar Mountain City[edit | edit source]
Douman and Rasputin were called by Zeus to a meeting, to check on the Fantasy Tree's status. As Zeus finishes, Douman stated that the Tree in the Atlantic Lostbelt is growing abnormally but is also far more stable than the tree in India. He feels happy about this, claiming that it won't be long until the advent of the Alien God. This upsets Aphrodite, who finds it disrespectful, as Douman is talking about another god before the mighty Zeus. Limbo proceeds to make fun of her, angering her further. He is unfazed about the goddess' intent of attacking him, pointing at the fact even the most beautiful of the goddess is bound to listen and obey Wodime. Rasputin intervenes to stop him, telling him to behave himself, reminding him of the fact that he failed on his duty back in the Indian Lostbelt. Douman then sarcastically apologizes to ease the mood. As a proof of his sincere apologies, he brutally punishes himself, to Hera's surprise. Later on, Zeus claims that the Greek gods rely on the Fantasy Tree to thrive. The onmyouji affirms that as long as they nurture the Tree until its maturity, he couldn't care less about their goals. He asks Zeus if he truly thinks he can overcome the Tree, to which the latter admits that it is a problem beyond his limitations, as he made a pact with Kirschtaria.
In the second meeting, when Demeter was given the authorization to use her Aletheia to annihilate Chaldea, Limbo laughs at her swearing on her daughter's name, telling her she will never suceed. Rasputin tries to correct him before the gods by saying what Limbo meant to say is there is not point for the alteregos to be in the meeting if they aren't allowed to act.
At the third meeting, Douman mocks the gods again, saying that it must be pitiful that one of the Olympians has been defeated by mere humans. Rasputin steps in once again to tell him to behave himself. The priest tells him that, as the emissaries of the Alien God, the only concern should be the Fantasy Tree, so how the affairs of the lostbelt are handled is the decision of the inhabitants, not theirs.
At some point Limbo starts to suspect about Hera, so he decides to tamper her outfits via spells to listen her conversations remotely and track her location. Having confirmation of the place that Chaldea uses as a refuge, he and the Dioscuri storm the place. Prometheus is surprised to learn about a servant who can peep upon his workshop without him noticing it, asking Limbo if he really is a proper heroic spirit, to which Douman replies that his techniques are blessings from his god. When Minerva tries to stop the Dioscuri, Limbo effortlessly destroys it, saying that he is already used to crush automatas, and that in the same way he will take care of the god of wisdom and forging, casting a spell that corrode Prometeus' brain unit. Ritsuka tries to undo Douman's spell through Mystic Codes, but he warns him that without Command Spells, it won't be easy to shatter it. Hera pleads him to stop, since Prometheus is necessary to keep Olympus. Limbo proceeds to kidnap her, letting it be known that he was sent by Zeus to bring her before him and that she can answer for her betrayal before disappearing with her.
Douman brings the divine consort before Zeus so her punishment can begin. After Rasputin lets him know that he is interfering excessively in the affairs of the lostbelt, the Chief God asks both alteregos to leave the Altar.
In the crypters' meeting room, when Kadoc is trying to deduce the truth about the Alien God, Douman suddenly appears before him. He expresses his admiration towards Kadoc for reaching to a good conclusion with only a bit of messy data left by his fellow crypters. Claiming that Kadoc is awfully close to the truth, he proceeds to mortally injure him. After mocking his lack of preparation to play the spy and his attempt to defend himself with a defensive barrier, Limbo asks the Crypter if he believes that Kirschtaria reached the same conclusion. The omnyouji acknowledges that Wodime was cautious about not trying to investigate the truth because he knew he would get disposed of due to the contract with the Alien God, so he just left the data there and never analyzed it. After putting Kadoc under a painful curse, he bids farewell and leaves.
He reappears in the Machine God's Cloister, standing before the God-Breakers Alliance to prevent them from rescuing Hera from her sentence, using onmyouji arts to summon Cerberus and the Great Spirit of Limbo. After the battle, Musashi strikes a clean blow to his neck, but she doesn't feel like she's reached his core. As he regenerates, Limbo admits that he tried to manipulate Zeus in the same way as God Arjuna, but he turned out to be more paranoid than expected, so he hopes to see what will happen once Chaldea face the chief god of the Olympians. Caenis deals another fatal blow to him, but the result is no different. While laughing, Douman encourages them to continue attacking him, as all damage to a shikigami body is negligible, claiming that his Life Continuation is invincible. Peperoncino appears, happy because he already saw through the ritual, so as compensation for the mess the Alter Ego caused in the Indian Lostbelt, he casts an Abhijna-based spell on Douman to counter his pseudo-immortality, rendering unable to reincarnate into another shikigami body. Limbo is left perplexed once he realizes his ritual was redefined, so Peperoncino mocks him, advising him to wisely use the last life he has left as the clone turns to dust.
One of Limbo's shikigami bodies is seen alongside Caenis and Kirschtaria on the Palace alongside the Fantasy Tree Atlas. Mash is surprised to see Douman alive, despite being beaten earlier. The Alter Ego comments that no matter what happens, he cannot die. Kirschtaria interrupts him saying that he does not have permission to speak and that he is not as merciful as Zeus would be. Douman challenges him, asking him what a crypter can do against him. It turns out the shikigami Limbo left to supervise the Tree was unaware that the connection between the shikigami bodies and the main body had been severed not so long ago, so Kirschtaria lets him know the shikigami he is currently using is the only and last clone of him available in Olympus. Ashiya claims only certain onmyouji can peform such a feat before confirming the connection between his clones was indeed cut. Apologizing to the Crypter, he decides to watch Kirschtaria and Chaldea's combat from afar.
Once the Tree is activated, Limbo reappears, ecstatic as the expected moment has arrived. He admits that he was suspecting that Kirschtaria would breach his contract with Alien God at some point, but since the outcome is clear, the descent is imminent. When Ritsuka tries to stop Wodime, Limbo intercedes, saying that he will be the opponent while his god manifests within the Tree. Suddenly, Kirschtaria announces that the Alien God's descent place will not be in Olympus and tells Limbo to look closely at the Tree. He realizes that the empty space for his god to manifest is already occupied by someone else. Caenis remarks once again that Kirschtaria renamed the Fantasy Tree Magellan to Atlas for a reason, so Douman concludes that at some point Wodime summoned Titan Atlas and integrated it into the Tree. Limbo asks the crypter if said action doesn't constitute a violation of the terms of the contract, to which Wodime responds that the Alien God entrusted him to nurture the Tree, but he was never specified to do or not with the void of its interior. After considering Kirschtaria a traitor, Caenis proceeds to attack him, manifesting his rebellion against the emissaries of the Alien God, with an angry Ashiya commenting on how reckless a false divine spirit can be before initiating combat.
Limbo is overpowered by Caenis, amused that a low-classed existence can best him. Before the fight can continue, the Fantasy Tree Atlas begins to burn. Caenis asks if this is a distraction from the Alien God, but Limbo answers that was Beryl's doing, whom he sees as a venomous worm but he never thought he was so poisonous. Declaring Olympus as a lost cause and the descent of the Alien God as postponed, he decides in advance that his role came to an end before brutally finishing himself off.
Somewhere, Ashiya Douman's main body awakens, with time having passed since the last time he was in control of it. He laughs uncontrollably at the fall of Olympus and his people, being the act of mocking his praises to Chaldea. He ends saying his patience is already at the limit and that he will personally invite them to his place, the Hell Realm Mandala (地獄界曼荼羅, Jigoku-kai Mandara?).
Hell Realm Mandala, Heian-kyo: Flash of Roaring Thunder[edit | edit source]
Abilities[edit | edit source]
Caster of Limbo is a very powerful being that boasts tremendous powerful sorcery. Berserker of Saṃghāta Hell claims she wouldn't dare mess with Saber of Empireo and Caster of Limbo due to her having a "weak little Spirit Origin". If Rider of Kālasūtra Hell and her had to fight them, she'd want to at least have the same bodies and power that they did when we were alive. According to Danzou, even Miyamoto Mushashi, who possesses an innate resistance to magic would not be able to escape unscathed if she received a direct hit of any of his attacks. His magic can also have special effects which in some cases can be directly compared to swords that have reached the demonic realm. For example, he's able to inflict wounds that never heal even refusing Ritsuka Fujimaru's Mystic Code.
Ashiya is surprisingly an extremely powerful combatant in close quarters, capable of easily stopping one of Mushashi's brilliant slashes that according to Muramasa should have taken his head clean off.
The Karma of the Absolute Massacre (一切鏖殺の宿業, Issai Ōsatsu No Shukugō?, localized as Curse of Annihilation), is a spell with which he can turn servants, humans or automata into genocidal beings who cannot avoid bringing death and destruction to all human life in the vicinity known as Heroic Spirit Swordmasters. Those under the effects of the curse become undead beings that cannot be shot down by conventional methods, even with attacks from servants. Due to this, Caster of Limbo claims only Muramasa's finest katana, Myoujingiri Muramasa, can wound them. Later own, Kotarou was also shown to be able to hurt them with his kunai, after he had absorbed Danzou's magical energy.
He has the ability to change day and night at will, as well as summon a Crimson Moon, which can randomly transform humans into monsters. Douman claims most of his abilities are blessings from the Alien God.
Life Continuation (生活続命, Seikatsu Zoku Inochi?) is the name of the ritual in which he engraves his saint graph in countless shikigami bodies, rendering him able to control them remotely and scatter them at will, gaining a form of immortality. Seeing it as an imitation of the reincarnation cycle, Peperoncino used a spell based on Asavakkhaya-nana (漏尽通, Rōjintsū?, the Knowledge of the Destruction of Defilements) which allows the practitioner to reach Nirvana by excluding himself from Samsara, to render him to his main body and make him unable to reincarnate into his clones.
Class Skills[edit | edit source]
- Territory Creation (B Rank)
- Item Construction (A Rank)
- Magic Resistance (A Rank)
- Divine Core of Darkness (B Rank)
- High-Servant (A Rank)
- Hedonism (EX Rank)
Personal Skills[edit | edit source]
- Ridicule Cat (EX Rank)
- Black Life (A Rank)
- Curse of Douman (A++ Rank)
Noble Phantasm[edit | edit source]
Development[edit | edit source]
Creation and Conception[edit | edit source]
Shouichi Furumi is the character designer for Ashiya Douman.
References[edit | edit source]
- Fate/Grand Order Ashiya Douman's profile translated
- Fate/Grand Order: Epic of Remnant - Shimousa Province: The Stage of Rivers of Blood and Mountains of Corpses, Section 16: See You Again Someday, Flower at the Apex of Heaven
- Fate/Grand Order - Shimosa Province: The Stage of Rivers of Blood and Mountains of Corpses, Section 16: See You Again Something, Flower at the Apex of Heaven
- Fate/Grand Order - Shimosa Province: The Stage of Rivers of Blood and Mountains of Corpses, Section 5: Inferno (Middle)
- Fate/Grand Order - Shimosa Province: The Stage of Rivers of Blood and Mountains of Corpses, Section 15: The Stage of Carnage, Onriedo (Ending)
- Fate/Grand Order - Shimosa Province: The Stage of Rivers of Blood and Mountains of Corpses, Section 14: The Stage of Carnage, Onriedo (Middle)
- Fate/Grand Order - Shimosa Province: The Stage of Rivers of Blood and Mountains of Corpses, Section 2: Purgatorio (Middle)
- Fate/Grand Order - Shimosa Province: The Stage of Rivers of Blood and Mountains of Corpses, Section 6: Inferno (Ending)
- Fate/Grand Order - Shimosa Province: The Stage of Rivers of Blood and Mountains of Corpses, Section 9: Paraiso (Ending)
- Fate/Grand Order - Shimosa Province: The Stage of Rivers of Blood and Mountains of Corpses, Section 11: Kalasutra Hell (Middle)
- Fate/Grand Order: Cosmos in the Lostbelt - SIN: Land of Unified Knowledge - Prologue
- Fate/Grand Order: Cosmos in the Lostbelt - Yuga Kshetra: The Black Final God, Section 6
- Fate/Grand Order: Cosmos in the Lostbelt - Yuga Kshetra: The Black Final God, Section 8
- Fate/Grand Order: Cosmos in the Lostbelt - Yuga Kshetra: The Black Final God, Section 11
- Fate/Grand Order: Cosmos in the Lostbelt - Yuga Kshetra: The Black Final God, Section 14
- Fate/Grand Order: Cosmos in the Lostbelt - Yuga Kshetra: The Black Final God, Section 18
- Fate/Grand Order: Cosmos in the Lostbelt - Yuga Kshetra: The Black Final God, Section 19
- Fate/Grand Order: Cosmos in the Lostbelt - Olympus: Interstellar Mountain City, Section 1
- Fate/Grand Order: Cosmos in the Lostbelt - Olympus: Interstellar Mountain City, Section 6
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- Fate/Grand Order: Cosmos in the Lostbelt - Olympus: Interstellar Mountain City, Section 24
- Fate/Grand Order: Cosmos in the Lostbelt - Olympus: Interstellar Mountain City, Epilogue
- Fate/Grand Order: Epic of Remnant - Shimousa Province: The Stage of Rivers of Blood and Mountains of Corpses, Section 11: Quarta Cantica: Kalasutra Hell (Middle)
- Fate/Grand Order: Epic of Remnant - Shimousa Province: The Stage of Rivers of Blood and Mountains of Corpses, Section 14: Ultima Cantica: The Stage of Carnage, Onriedo (Middle)
- Fate/Grand Order: Epic of Remnant - Shimousa Province: The Stage of Rivers of Blood and Mountains of Corpses, Section 15 : Ultima Cantica: The Stage of Carnage, Onriedo (Ending)
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