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Carmilla (Assassin)

Assassin (アサシン, Asashin?) is an Assassin-class Servant summoned by Ritsuka Fujimaru in the Grand Orders of Fate/Grand Order.



« I mean, nobody told me! Nobody ever told me this was all a mistake! That's why I ended up like this! Ah, my true name is... Elizabeth Báthory! »

Assassin's True Name is Elizabeth Báthory (エリザベート・バートリー, Erizabēto Bātorī?), the older aspect who has come to be known as the vampire Carmilla (カーミラ, Kāmira?) unlike her younger aspect.[2] It is said that the fictional Carmilla is based on Báthory, who is known as a wicked woman who bathed in the living blood of more than 600 women in order to preserve her own beauty.[3] An existence in which Elizabeth Báthory has reached adulthood and grown into a complete monster. An existence that presides over Elizabeth's dark side. There is none of the amiability she once possessed; the lifetime that simply pursued blood with cruelty is being represented by the alias of Carmilla.[2]


Elizabeth Báthory's figure changed into the "Blood Countess" due to the circulation of her legend. Unlike Elizabeth, there is still room for correction (although there is no room for forgiveness). An atrocious being through and through. Unmistakenably an anti-hero, if circumstances allow her to be summoned, it would probably be by a dark killer on the same level as her.[1]

The Irish author Sheridan Le Fanu wrote "Carmilla" in the year 1872. The female vampire Carmilla, as if melancholic, possesses a charming beauty, and this novel provided a great influence for Bram Stoker's "Dracula".[1]

And the person who became the model for Carmilla was her——Elizabeth Báthory. Elizabeth Báthory has anecdotes of giving somebody the impression of her as a fine sovereign, although even if meager, but Carmilla's current state tore off that influence. Elizabeth has taken into her possession some power of the Dragon Kind due to her Innocent Monster Skill, but that was lost due to Carmilla taking the form of a complete vampire.[1]

Furthermore, Elizabeth is merging with this identical existence she hates. Elizabeth thinks "I will not become like her", and from the perspective of Carmilla, Elizabeth is from the figure of her glorifying her absolutely intolerable youth. To put it simply, from Elizabeth's side, "Such an incomplete thing that cannot grow accustomed to being an idol is not my future self and should die!!", and from Carmilla's side, "My former self who will not awaken from her foolish dream and open her eyes to see her definitely dark history as an idol should die!!"[1]


Compared to her younger counterpart, all portions of Carmilla's body has grown splendidly in abundance.[2]


Every factor of her life, such as her livelihood as a noble that spanned many years, her contempt for humans except for her fellow blood relatives due to being hardened by them, and so forth, all pushed the former Elizabeth into a bizarre killer. Haughty, proud, and extremely arrogant, her body is coiled around with every vanity; it is like sulfuric acid turned into human form. Touch her, and all things will be inflamed immediately. And yet, stupidity exists at her core——to put it another way, it is possible to say that she has a faint goodness within her that just barely stops her audacity.[1]

Naturally, Carmilla will betray a clearly bad Master, and she will even embrace the recognition of being called a traitor. But still, even if she does not go as far as to serve, if it is probably a Master with a bottomless goodness, one who is aware of, and furthermore, accepts her past, in that case, she will appear to become willingly cooperative.[1]

She who became Carmilla is completely incompatible with Elizabeth, and the two have a relationship of trying to kill each other. This is because the young Elizabeth is refusing to become like Carmilla, while for Carmilla, Elizabeth is an intolerable symbol of enjoying youth while indulging in ignorance.[2]

In regards to the Holy Grail, Carmilla will probably wish for eternal youth. Finally then, she might truly regain her figure as a composed bureaucrat. Although the victims of that process might end up being completely ignored.[2]

Needless to say.[1]
Vlad III
"You made me laugh at you denying the vampire world. Is it not thanks to that vampire that you are here?"[1]


Fate/Grand OrderEdit

Orleans: Wicked Dragon Hundred Years' WarEdit

Gilles de Rais summons various Servants to face Mash Kyrielight and Ritsuka Fujimaru, including Carmilla. She is known as Berserk-Assassin (バーサーク・アサシン, Bāsāku-Asashin?). She is first encountered in La Charité along with Berserk-Lancer, Vlad III, where they face Ritsuka Fujimaru, Mash Kyrielight and Jeanne d'Arc. They are both defeated, but managed to survive. Carmilla is finally defeated in the final battle between the Protagonist's party and the forces of Jeanne Alter by her younger version, Elizabeth Bathory, and the Protagonist.

Singing Pumpkin Castle Adventure ~Mad Party 2015~Edit

Summoned by Elizabeth Báthory using a fragment of the Grail she found in Orleans, Carmilla is made to clean the floors of Elizabeth's castle, which to her frustration is also hers. As Ritsuka Fujimaru, Mash Kyrielight, Kiyohime come upon her, she struggles to clean a particular floor stain, and eventually she loses patience and uses Phantom Maiden to destroy the stain. After complaining about the noise outside, Carmilla is startled by the group's presence, having not notice them while she was cleaning. She is then asked by Mash why she is so upset over cleaning, to which she reveals Elizabeth ordered her to. Furthering revealing that the Grail is in the castle, she is asked by Kiyohime to lead her and the others to Elizabeth. However, Carmilla refuses to do, saying that role is to entertain the guests. After the group defeat the monsters then her in the ensuing fight, Carmilla seemingly begins to disappear after complaining Elizabeth for singing and dancing. However, she is stopped by Kiyohime, who tells not to slack off from cleaning by pretending to be dead, which cause her to cry.

Salomon: Grand Time TempleEdit

Carmilla is among the "Orleans" Servants summoned to aid the Protagonist.

Devil's Building Climber - Great Battle at Himeji CastleEdit


In her interlude Alone, Again, Carmilla with Ritsuka and Mash finds herself trapped in what Mash suspects to be a Reality Marble. Carmilla confirms Mash's suspicions about their current location, and says that they're in her castle, the Castle Csejte. She tells the others not wonder off as their chances of escaping are extremely low, and tells them to simply relax and wait. Finding the smell of blood so dear to her, Carmilla refuses to leave, but Ritsuka says they'll escape despite the castle's bloody history. Deciding to follow Ritsuka's orders, Carmilla and the others go forth to escape the castle. However, to Carmilla's surprise, the walls transform into golems, which are then destroyed by the group. Continuing to search for an escape, the group eventually encounter the ghost of the girls that were murdered in the castle. Carmilla refuses to feel guilty about her past, but states it is understandable that they brought into the castle for revenge. However, she calls the ghosts foolish for bringing Ritsuka and Mash into castle, who nothing to do with her past, and states that the ghosts are no better than her if they curse all of the living. After destroying the ghosts in the ensuing fight, the group continue to search for the exit, but Carmilla asks what Ritsuka will do if the door to the outside is locked. Hearing Ritsuka's answer that they'll find another exit, Carmilla is impressed by their determination. A Shadow Servant soon arrives though whose presence causes Carmilla to go into a brief panic attack as she recalls her imprisonment. After Ritsuka breaks her out of it, she tells the others that while it was her fate to be imprisoned, it is not theirs to be. After stating that the Shadow Servant is the final barrier that prevents their escape, Carmilla and the others fight the Shadow Servant. With the Shadow Servant defeated, the group are able to escape the castle, but Carmilla decides to stay behind while Ritsuka and Mash as escaping herself would mean rejecting her life. Calling the ordeal to be merely a dream that Ritsuka and Mash will forget, Carmilla wonders how things would be if she met someone like Ritsuka in life when she was still called Elizabeth. After exiting the castle, Ritsuka wakes up their room with Carmilla asking if they had a strange dream. She then tells them to be go back to sleep as it's still nighttime, and then tells them to have a pleasant dream as she wishes them good night.


  • Carmilla's Staff
  • Iron Maiden

Carmilla's Noble Phantasm is Phantom Maiden, a famous torture tool said to have been used by her. She carries a staff with her into battle.

Carmilla has a low ranking Presence Concealment unbecoming for an Assassin to the level that a Servant can infer her presence at once. It was only because her territory was vast that her murders did not come to light until long after.[1]

Bloodsucking (吸血, Kyūketsu?) is the act of absorbing another's blood to replenish their own health and physical and/or magical strength. It is one of the powers of a vampire. As the Rank raises, the power of absorption increase. For Carmilla, it is an absorption and recovery of physical strength by bathing in blood. Although something close to a misconception, Carmilla's skin has certainly rejuvenated.[1][2]

Carmilla's special ability is Torture Techniques, a Skill that represents one's possession of outstanding torture techniques. Plus modifiers are added when using torture tools to deal damage. Because it strengthens bloodshed and agony, further damage is continuously added after the ordinary damage. Although the ranking of the Skill is the same, Carmilla has accumulated far more experience than from when she was younger as Elizabeth Báthory.[1]

Forms and Alternate VersionsEdit


A high-class and gorgeous swimsuit celebrity without fault.

You will be fascinated by the grim scent from somewhere, but inevitably confused. But when you wake up from a midsummer night's dream, you'll notice that the treasure you had kept in a safe place has disappeared without shadow or shape.

Yes, the woman is not just a celebrity. Not just a female vampire.

She is the beautiful shadow that has recently troubled the night of Vegas. It is mysterious female phantom thief "Mistress C"!

To be honest, she was staring at her "other self" while biting her finger. Halloween? Brave? Mecha? even Japanese goth!? Why only you guys have so many patterns. "Anyway, I can't make any difference to you guys anymore ---!" When she was frustrated, her spirit was transformed into a long-awaited swimsuit Servant.


Carmilla is accompanied by two Dobermann that are at her beck and call. Besides the standard pouncing and biting, they can link to together like a wheel to attack the enemy, or launch themselves in a twisting formation. Carmilla herself wields a small pistol. She also seems acrobatic enough to do a handstand spin with her legs out to kick the enemy repeated and flawlessly return to a regular pose.

Her Noble Phantasm, Testarossa Maiden, is her iron maiden transformed into a red luxury car.


Creation and ConceptionEdit

okojo is the character illustrator for Carmilla.[1][2] Yuuichirou Higashide is the scenario writer for her character.[1]


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