Also known as:
Old Man of the Mountain
Behind the Scenes
Assassin (アサシン, Asashin?) is the Assassin-class Servant of Kirei Kotomine in the Fourth Holy Grail War of Fate/Zero, and one of the Servants summoned by Ritsuka Fujimaru of the Grand Order conflicts of Fate/Grand Order. He is unique in that he has the capability to manifest as multiple entities at once.
- 1 Profile
- 2 Role
- 3 Abilities
- 4 Forms and Alternate Versions
- 5 Development
- 6 References
Profile[edit | edit source]
Identity[edit | edit source]
Assassin's True Name is Hassan-i-Sabbah, given the appellation of Hassan of the Hundred Faces (百貌のハサン, Hyaku no Bō no Hasan?, also romanized as Hassan of the Multiple Personality or Hassan of One Hundred Personas), one of the nineteen people to hold the legendary Persian title of "Old Man of the Mountain".
He was a candidate to become the next leader of the Assassins along with No Name Assassin, but he was chosen due to their fear of her. Their official reasoning was that even though she copied the eighteen previous Zabaniya abilities, she had not produced a miracle of her own.
His own ability, Delusional Illusion, was unique in that it was the first to be an inborn ability rather than achieved through modifying his body. Instead, he took advantage of his affliction of Multiple Personality Disorder and acted as an assassin without a true identity. He became the nineteenth in succession and currently the last to have become a candidate for summoning. His wish to the Grail was ultimately "to be reconstituted as a complete personality."
Appearance[edit | edit source]
The multiple bodies of Assassin can vary widely in age, gender, build, and style of dress, but in general, their hair appears purple, and their skin and clothing are nearly black. They wear the standard skull mask associated with the known Hassan of the other Grail Wars. The masks change as he changes personalities.
Personality[edit | edit source]
Each of the Assassins has their own personality, and their experiences are not shared between them. The female Assassin is shown to be the main one to interact with Kirei. Assassin's goal in wanting to obtain the Grail is "to have a perfect and unified personality." Due to his Master having no intention of winning the war, he is instead damned to the fate of a voyeur. Kirei following the orders of Tokiomi makes it so he is truly a servant of a servant. He had plotted to hijack the Holy Grail before either Kirei or Tokiomi in the event the War had gone in their favor, but he didn't even get a chance to display his rebellious side before becoming the first Servant eliminated from the war.
Relationships[edit | edit source]
Role[edit | edit source]
Fate/Zero[edit | edit source]
The Assassins initially act as reconnaissance agents for Tokiomi and Kirei, after Gilgamesh kills one of them in full view of the other Masters who possessed no specialization in any particular skill. This tactic successfully lead most of the Masters to believe that Kirei and Assassin had been defeated, and allowed the dozens of remaining Assassins to move freely without suspicion.
In the conversation between Kiritsugu Emiya and Maiya, Kiritsugu found it hard to believe that Assassin was defeated so easily so he orders Maiya to send familiars to keep an eye on Kirei Kotomine who surrendered in Fuyuki Church. In the battle between Saber and Lancer, Kiritsugu notices one of the Assassin watching the battle.
Kirei uses all of his command seals to send all the Assassin to gauge Iskander's power levels. The Assassins meet their end when they decline Iskander's wine offer. He complies by using his most powerful Noble Phantasm, "Ionioi Hetairoi: Army of the King", to massacre each and every one of the Assassins.
Einzbern Consultation Room[edit | edit source]
Assassin is the first Servant to visit Einzbern Consultation Room. This individual is Zayd and he explains his existence to both Irisviel von Einzbern and Zecchan. The truth wounded him when Zecchan calls him fake among fake. Both Iri and Zecchan continue wounding him when they described him as a disposable pawn that only lasted in episode two and was easily tricked by his master. He calls himself the most unfortunate Servant in the Holy Grail War as his appearance, class and Noble Phantasm are plain. Kirei, Tokiomi and Risei only see Assassin as surveillance and they called him useless and a loser. Assassin couldn't stand for the slander as he considers it is not his fault. Iri and Zecchan questioned to Zayd whether it was his fault. They pointed out was it necessary for himself to be proud of himself to snuck in alone with Kajiura Yuki cool theme playing, he struck strange poses to dodge magic wires to show off which he only needs to dodge and destroy the origin of the Bounded field and lastly to say out loud it was "too easy" on a top secret mission. Zayd fallen to the pressure and admitted to his faults, he tried to redeem himself by offering his service as a tea server representing the Assassins. Iri rejected his offer as his troubles were solved and should be in the battlefield as a Servant. Zayd was touched when Iri thought highly of him, motivated by her words, Zayd leaves. Before leaving he tells his wish to leave his name on the pages of history, to change his name as Zayd the king of Assassins. Zayd runs out and was looking forward to participate in the war again, to assassinate all enemies to earn Kirei's respect. However he is caught by the tentacles of the Black Shadows, as he is being dragged he saw visions of the other Assassin being slayed by Rider and his armies. His last words were Assassin has no right and thought it was cruel who thought of it.
Fate/kaleid liner PRISMA☆ILLYA[edit | edit source]
- Main article: Assassin (Fate/kaleid liner PRISMA☆ILLYA - Illya)
Fate/Grand Order[edit | edit source]
Fate/Accel Zero Order[edit | edit source]
Camelot: The Sacred Round Table Realm[edit | edit source]
Hundred Faced and her compatriots are kidnapping Nitocris when they're confronted by Ritsuka, Mash, and Leonardo da Vinci. She assumes they're soldiers sent by Ozymandias, so she orders her compatriots to keep one alive for intel. Her mask breaks during the fight, and she orders her compatriots to fall back. She gets ready to retreat with Nitocris until one of her compatriots tells her Da Vinci took Nitocris during the battle. She and her compatriots then retreat when sphinxes and medjed start to approach the area.
She is reintroduced to the group by Hassan of the Cursed Arm after they saved her village, the western village, from Mordred and her knights. She refuses to cooperate with them, saying they cannot be trusted. Cursed Arm asks her how the situation regarding Hassan of Serenity is coming. Hundred Faced answers there are no developments, but she's concerned the Round Table may torture their plans out of her. Realizing Ritsuka's party are the only ones who can help, Hundred Faced tells them that Serenity is imprisoned in fort belonging to the Round Table. A select few were sent to attempt a rescue, but none have returned. Hundred-Faced tells the group to prepare a hostage to exchange for the Hassan; Mash suggests Bedivere. Hundred-Faced agrees, and the group depart while Arash stays to protect the village.
Along the way, the group rescue Xuanzang Sanzang from monsters. She was summoned in the Singularity about half a year ago. She lived in Camelot for two months as an honored guest, but she left to continue her journey. She then joins the group to rescue her disciple who is also in the fort. Arriving at the fort, the group decide to break in before Agravain returns to torture Serenity again for information. Hundred-Faced uses Zabaniya: Delusional Illusion to distract the guards, while the others sneak into the dungeon.
An hour later, Ritsuka, Mash, Cursed Arm, and Sanzang leave the fort with Serenity and Tawara Touta. Hundred Faced noticed Agravain returning to the Holy City of Camelot on horseback. She commends Ritsuka for their success, then goes to steal some horses. The group return to the village by horseback.
Returning to the village, the group realize they're seriously outmatched in terms of power and numbers. Their solders number 7000, while Camelot have 10,000 soldiers who each equal three Saracen soldiers. The Knights of the Round are greater than three Servants with their Gifts. Hundred-Faced realizes they need more soldiers, and they need to kill the Knights of the Round. The group recognize they need someone to fight Gawain since their assault on Camelot will always fail as long as he's at the front gate. Serenity suggests going to the Shrine of Azrael to ask for the First Hassan, whose location she was tortured for. Cursed Arm agrees with the idea and tells the others to return to the eastern village. There he will show them the secrets of the Hassan sect. As the group travel back to the eastern village, Hundred Faced parts ways with them to gather more troops.
When Ritsuka's party are sent to the Atlas Institute by Hassan, Hundred Faced tells them via a messenger that they'll need to serach for Ozymandias' favorite ruin. It is a place he has no power over, and even he can't investigate it. She also notes a man wearing black cape and a turban have benn spotted near the ruins. She provides the group with map to find it. She warns thm not to fight Ozymnadias' divine beasts wandering around the ruin.
After Ritsuka's party return to the village having gained Ozymandias's cooperation, Serenity confirms they’ve gather 17, 000 followers. Hundred Faced says there are 2,000 people in Camelot secretly supporting their rebellion. The rebellion had difficulty growing at first, but it grew exponentially after Ritsuka and Mash saved the refugees from the Holy Execution. Later, Cursed Arm reviews their strategy with Ritsuka. The group will join the forces positioned at the wasteland, then march towards Camelot. Lancelot offers to lead the army since he knows all the blind spots to avoid the patrol. However, there will be no blind spots once they reach Camelot’s territory. Cursed Arm continues they'll march onto Camelot during the night. The army will breakthrough Goddess Rhongomyniad’s forces and force their way into the city. After they capture the city and its castle, Ritsuka’s group will kill Goddess Rhongomyniad. With discussions over, Ritsuka, Mash, and Bedivere prove their resolve to the Hassans through combat. Afterwards, everyone takes time to rest.
In the wastelands near Camelot, the group review their strategy once more when Romani reports the city is prepared for them. Ritsuka, Mash, Da Vinci, and Bedivere will head for the main gates with the infantry. Lancelot will lead his unit while Sanzang and Touta travel together. Once Cursed Arm reaches the castle wall, he’ll thin out the archers placed there by Agravain. Ozymandias’ sphinxes will create a diversion on the west side of Camelot, which the allied forces will use as an opportunity to attack. Lancelot’s knights will advanced before Ritsuka’s group, though Lancelot suspects heavy losses before they even reach the front gate. He orders the allied forces to advance when a sandstorm created by Hassan suddenly appears from the north to envelop Camelot. With the storm making both sides’ archers useless, the allied forces advance onto Camelot as fast as possible.
As Ritsuka's party struggle against Tristan in Camelot, the Hassans arrive to fight him instead. Hundred Faced tells them they researched Tristan's history, so they can kill him. After Ritsuka's party leave, the Hassans fight Tristan. Hundred Faced's manifested personas are soon reduced to less than five. Serenity attempts to poison Tristan wih her Noble Phantasm, knowing he has a conceptual weakness to poison. However, it is ineffective due to his Gift, Reversal. Hundred Faced and Serenity are then killed by him.
Salomon: The Grand Time Temple[edit | edit source]
Hundred Personas Looking for Something[edit | edit source]
During Hundred face Hassan's story interlude, it is revealed that one of their personalities has been missing since they were summoned to Chaldea. All their personas have been seeking this missing personality during their spare time, but the "Asako" facet eventually seeks Ritsuka and Mash's help in determining where their missing personality might be. Hassan initially attacks Blackbeard under the suspicion that he is holding them captive due to his tastes for "cute" girls, especially one as defenseless as their missing persona. This proves fruitless, after which Hassan agrees to have their Dew Painter personality help fix Blackbeard's destroyed figurines in apology.
The group comes across other personalities of Hundred Faces trying to gather information from other Heroic Spirits in various contests, prompting "Asako" to "help herself" win. Eventually they determine that the children Heroic Spirits have been behaving suspiciously, which leads them to the room of Nursery Rhyme and Jack, where they have been hiding the "Little Hassan" personality. The children oppose "Asako" taking her child personality back, having only shortly become friends after finding her wandering the halls, and they assume "Little Hassan" will be forced to continue her role of "being interrogated".
After subduing Nursery Rhyme and Jack, "Asako" assures all present that as a Servant, "Little Hassan"'s role is not to be interrogated anymore, and that the other personas have only been searching for her out of concern. She is free to adopt the role of a normal child who can have friends and have tea parties, much to Nursery Rhyme and Jack's delight and they happily send her back home so long as she comes by to play in the future. As they return, "Asako" reasons that due to the lack of any form of mental communication between their personalities, "Little Hassan" went into hiding because she did not understand what Master they had been contracted to. Mash reassures her on this matter, and is intent on introducing "Little Hassan" to the other Heroic Spirits and Chaldea.
Other appearances[edit | edit source]
In Type-Moon's April Fools' Day 2015, Asako and Chibi Assassin is in a female group called Momoiro Hassan Z (ももいろハサンZ, Momoiro Hasan Z?) in the Imperial Roma talent agency, her class is Stealth idol (ステルスアイドル, Suterusu Aidoru?).
Abilities[edit | edit source]
Unlike True Assassin, who was one entity, the Zabaniya of the Assassin of the 4th War permitted him to divide into any of 100 separate personalities, though only 80 existences can manifest at one time. This was not a result of modifying his flesh in the manner of Hassan of the Cursed Arm. Rather, the multiple bodies he possessed as a servant came of intentionally fragmenting his psyche in life—a sort of self-inflicted dissociative identity disorder intended to compartmentalize the various skill sets and knowledge he had accumulated during his lifetime; a total of 32 distinct specializations. Summoned by the Grail, he obtained the capacity to express each personality as an independent body, and to relegate individual tasks to the personalities best suited to them.
Among these, several distinct persona are observed. Each personality has his strengths and weaknesses. Among them, there are impatient glory-hounds who ignore orders like fools, and individuals who are terrible at ambushes despite being assassins. As the nature of the Assassin's Noble Phantasm is "division," the sum of his iterations did not exceed his original existence in strength or capacity; that is to say, each independent fragment was far weaker than his original whole—and owing to the generally weak starting attributes of his class, he definitively became the weakest Servant of the 4th War. However, the class ability of Presence Concealment was shared across all bodies without degradation, effectively permitting him to serve as an "intelligence network" in his multiplicity.
Forms and Alternate Versions[edit | edit source]
Asako[edit | edit source]
Asako (アサ子?) acts as the liaison between Kirei and the Assassins. Her unique skills are not seen.
Big Assassin[edit | edit source]
Child Assassin[edit | edit source]
Child Assassin (ちびアサシン, Chibi Asashin?, Little Hassan) is a young girl. A facet of Hundred-faced Hassan who is an innocent child, shy and with poor communication skills. She has no knowledge or capabilities of an assassin, where her role is simply "to be interrogated", as her ignorance means she can tell her captors nothing.
Macour[edit | edit source]
Gozour[edit | edit source]
Strange Arm Gozour (怪腕のゴズール, Kaiwan no Gozūru?) is an Assassin who fights by punching with his extremely large fists.
Zayd[edit | edit source]
Zayd the Base (基底のザイード, Kitei no Zaīdo?) is sacrificed in a staged battle against Gilgamesh is noted as having no specific abilities, but was shown to be very acrobatic. Dancing freely between the magic defence of the Tohsaka house, he used stones with lethal accuracy and power to shatter the gems that maintained the bounded field around the building.
Others[edit | edit source]
Including the above individuals whose titles are known, the epithets of eighty-eight of Assassin's hundred personas have been revealed.
Development[edit | edit source]
Gen Urobuchi originally designed a plot line involving one of Assassin's personalities, a small girl called Child Assassin, joining with Waver and Rider in the second or third volume to lighten up the story, but it remained unused because giving Waver too much focus would have made the identity of the main character too confusing. She was conceived as an unfortunate young girl lacking in conversational skills, memories, and the awareness that she was a part of Hassan-i-Sabbah. Her clueless personality surfaces when she is captured by the enemy in order to protect her secret, so when she, along with the other Assassins, attack Waver and Rider in Caster's workshop, she separates herself from those who are beheaded by Rider. Waver mistakes her presence there, believing her to be one of Ryuunosuke's victims suffering from memory loss, and while Rider knows of her identity, he honors Waver's chivalry to allow the Mackenzies to take in yet another false household member. After Kotomine, who knows of her existence, utilizes the Command Spell to attack those at the Einzbern Castle, she regains her memories as Hassan. Through a dramatic farewell tragedy, Waver would climb another step on the path to becoming an adult. Although she was discarded, she was later featured in Einzbern Consultation Room and Capsule Servant.
Atsuhi Ikariya was responsible for the Assassin scenes in episode 2, he had drawn the key animation and had fun drawing him. The scenes with Assassin put Mr. Ikariya's abilities on display. He says that "Assassin is drawn with an emphasis on actions that are striking and having impact merely standing still. Pay particular attention to how meticulously the abdominal muscles and overall musculature are drawn".
Creation and Conception[edit | edit source]
The female Assassin is given a design for her face in Fate/Zero material. Takashi Takeuchi calls her the "most delicious" female and says she looks more like a thief than an assassin, but says he made her more like a "Terasawa Girl" rather than just having a beautiful form to keep from overlapping with Maiya. Urobuchi thinks he may have used her more if he had seen her face earlier, and he likes her muscular figure. Despite the design, she doesn't actually have a face under her mask, much like True Assassin.
Kinoko Nasu explained that Ufotable has made many original character designs, one for each Assassin. Atsushi Ikariya was responsible for Assassin designs. There is a design for a very muscular assassin. Because there are multiple Assassins, additional character designs are made each time he appears.
Reception[edit | edit source]
Urobuchi really liked the stage direction and execution of the scene where Assassin infiltrates the Tohsaka estate, he thought it was excellent. Urobuchi liked the Assassin Servant, he was surprised by how well the Ufotable staff drew all the different Assassins that were all part of him (Hassan). He was impressed to see them make 100 varied designs for the scene where a swarm of them attack Rider.
Nasu thinks Assassin is a great Servant and he was pumped up thinking about him sneaking into the Tohsaka headquarters in the anime.
- In the Type-Moon's 10th Anniversary Character Poll, Assassin was ranked 91st.
References[edit | edit source]
 Fate/Zero material - Characters: Hassan, p.072-073, 83
Blood type: Unknown
Image color: Several
Things she likes: Gossip, discussion
Things she hates: In-fighting
Worst enemy: Gilgamesh
More like a Theif than an Assassin, huh? [Takeuchi]
As he changes personalities, the mask also changes.
True face with mask off
The picture of her true face that I saw after the second volume was published. If I had only seen that sooner, Assassin's appearances would have unmistakably increased exponentially! [Urobuchi]
Comment for Hassan
Takeuchi: As expected, the most delicious girl is female Assassin, but if she just had a beautiful form, it would overlap with Maiya's, so I aimed to make her like a Terasawa Girl.
Urobuchi: Yeah, I love this better. Secretly, the muscles on her two arms and abdomen are also moe.
Takeuchi: "If you take off the mask, there's no true face underneath"; it should be something like that, but, of course, they were nothing but empty words.
Urobuchi: That's right. Isao Sasaki also said "I want a slice of romance!"
Assassin's large family. [Takeuchi]
Comment for Hassan
- Fate/Zero Anime Visual Guide I - Assassin entry, p.028
- Fate/Grand Order material III - Hassan of the Multiple Personality, p.336-341
 Fate/Grand Order - Assassin Profile [T]
Hassan of the Hundred Visages - Assassin
Illustrator and Voice actor
Illustrator: Task Ohna
Voice Actor: Abe Akina
Noble Phantasm: B
Librarian of Stored Knowledge: C
Expert of Many Specializations: A+
Battle Retreat: B
Presence Concealment: A
Zabaniya: Delusional Illusion
Type: Anti-Unit Noble Phantasm
One of the successive generations of the Old Man of the Mountain, Hassan. Because of a too wide-ranging abundance of knowledge and an inexplicable mentality with tendencies that nobody can predict, he was feared as the one of "hundred visages", but in truth he was a character who suffered from a mental disorder known today as multiple personality.
Level 1 Bond
Height/Weight: Differs from each individual
Source: Middle East, Old Man of the Mountain
Region: Middle East
Alignment: Lawful Evil Gender: Differs from each individual
A crowd while an individual, yet an individual while a crowd of shadows.
Level 2 Bond
Rank: B+ Type: Anti-Unit Noble Phantasm
A Noble Phantasm ability originated from the multiple personality from his lifetime.
The division that comes with multiple personality also carries out a division of one's own spiritual potential, making possible to take action as different individuals.
Because each personality manifests with their own respective bodies, there are various appearances of men and woman of all ages, of big frame and small stature.
Level 3 Bond
Because it "divides" oneself, the aggregate amount of powers remains the same even if the number of individuals increases.
Accordingly, the abilities of each individual declines the more they divide themselves, only the Personal Skill "Presence Concealment" suffers from no decay and they transform into an extremely excellent "intelligence organization" by making use of this to its maximum potential.
Level 4 Bond
If a divided individual dies, said individual is extinguished without being restored to the whole of Assassin.
It is not like there is something that can be called a superior "main body" that produces inferior "offshoots", rather all of Assassin are existences of same rank.
Level 5 Bond
- All Kinds of Specialized Courses: A+
Proper use of expertise Skills by means of arbitrary exchange of multiple personalities. In regards to over 32 types of vocational Skills - including tactics, academia, espionage, assassination, swindling, rhetoric - it is possible to display them with a proficiency level of B Rank or above.
百の貌のハサン - アサシン
- All Kinds of Specialized Courses: A+
 Fate/Zero material - Servant Status: Assassin, p.022-023
Master: Kirei Kotomine
True Name: Hassan-i Sabbah
Alignment: Lawful Evil
Noble Phantasm: B
■ Presence Concealment: A+
■ Librarian of Stored Knowledge: C
■ Expert of Many Specializations: A+
■ Zabaniya：Delusional Illusion
Type: Anti-Unit (Self) Noble Phantasm
- Fate/strange Fake - Volume 1 - Prologue III: Assassin, p.107
 Fate/Zero material - Encyclopedia: Hundred-Faced Hassan [Servant], p.103
Hundred-Faced Hassan [Servant]
The Assassin Heroic Spirit who participated in the Fourth Holy Grail War. One of the "Old Man of the Mountain" amongst the generations of Hassan-i Sabbah.
He was an exception in Hassans, as he did not undergo the body modification called "Zabaniya". Instead, he took advantage of his affliction of Multiple Personality Disorder and acted as an assassin without a true identity.
When summoned as a spiritual entity and emerged as a Servant, segments of his compartmentalized soul each materialized as an individual. However, due to the potential of the spirit being only that of one person, the abilities of the Assassins produced by the division were extremely low, reaching the nadir of the capabilities of Servants.
In addition, each personality has his strengths and weaknesses. Among them, there are impatient glory-hounds who ignore orders like fools, and individuals who are terrible at ambushes despite being assassins. However, if one can comprehend their characteristics and apply their skills in the right situations, the Hundred-Faced Hassan can be a very dangerous Servant. Unfortunately, because his Master had no intention of winning the war, he was damned to the fate of a voyeur.
The Hundred-Faced Hassan was summoned by Kotomine Kirei when he was still a lackey of Tokiomi Tohsaka, thus he was truly a servant of a servant. Even so, he still harboured a wish that he hoped the Grail could grant (by the way, it was "to have a perfect and unified personality"). He even plotted to hijack the Holy Grail before Kirei and Tokiomi, had the war have gone in their favour. However, in the end he did not even have a chance to show his rebellious side before becoming the first Servant eliminated from the war.
- Fate/Grand Order - Camelot: The Sacred Round Table Realm, Section 1: Welcomed by the Sand
- Fate/Grand Order - Camelot: The Sacred Round Table Realm, Section 8: Sanzang Returing from the West
- Fate/Grand Order - Camelot: The Sacred Round Table Realm, Section 9: Flower of Poison, Blade of Iron
- Fate/Grand Order - Camelot: The Sacred Round Table Realm, Section 10: Feast, West Village
- Fate/Grand Order - Camelot: The Sacred Round Table Realm, Section 13: To the Desert of Atlas
- Fate/Grand Order - Camelot: The Sacred Round Table Realm, Section 16: The Eve of the Decisive Battle
- Fate/Grand Order - Camelot: The Sacred Round Table Realm, Section 17: Replica
- Fate/Grand Order - Salomon: The Grand Time Temple - Act 07: VI / Spy Satellite Amon
 Fate/Grand Order - Hundred-Faced Hassan, Craft Essence
 Fate/Zero material - Encyclopedia: Child Assassin [Other], p.100
Child Assassin [Other]
A plot in the 2nd or 3rd volume that went unused. This conceived character was one among the hundred-faced Hassans, an unfortunate loli that would lighten up the story. A young girl lacking conversational skills, memories, and the awareness that she was a part of Hassan Sabbah. That personality of this past Hassan would surface when she was captured by the enemy in order to protect her secret. When Rider and Waver attacked Gilles’ workshop, she alone separated herself from the Hassans who were beheaded, leading Waver to mistakenly think “This is one of the children who Ryuunosuke kidnapped, and who fell victim to memory loss” and take her under his wing. Although Iskandar knew that she was a Servant, because of Waver’s chivalry allowed the Mackenzies to take in yet another false household member. In the third volume, because Kirei (who knew of her existence) used his command spell, she regained her memories as Hassan, and went through a dramatic farewell tragedy. Waver again climbed another step on the path to becoming an adult…although it was conceived like this, it would make people even more confused about who was Zero’s main protagonist! Because of this judgment it was cut, leaving only the already-written workshop raiding scene.
- Fate/Zero Blu-ray Disc Box I, p.015
- Fate/Zero Blu-ray Disc Box I, p.032
- TYPE-MOON 10th Anniversary Phantasm - p.207
- Fate/Zero Blu-ray Disc Box I, p.014
- Fate/Zero Blu-ray Disc Box I, p.031
 ALL OVER/Zero - Fate/Zero Exchange of Questions and Answers, p.022-023
Questions 04: Can you give me some examples of the assassins amongst the Hundred Faced One who gave you the most enduring impressions? [T]
Questions 04: Can you give me some examples of the assassins amongst the Hundred Faced One who gave you the most enduring impressions?
Gen: It ought to be "the assassin who is famous for impersonating Toyotomi Hideyoshi".
Nasu: For me, it ought to be the assassin whose expertise is in sexing chicks.