The Atlantic Lostbelt (大西洋の異聞帯, Taiseiyō no Ibuntai?), alternatively the Greek Lostbelt (ギリシャ異聞帯, Girisha Ibuntai?) and Lostbelt No. 5 (ロストベルト No. 5?), is the fifth of the seven known Lostbelts. Originating in 12000 BC, its Lost Depth is A+ and its associated Crypter is Kirschtaria Wodime.[1][2]

The events of Chaldea's visit to this Lostbelt are covered in fifth chapter of Cosmos in the Lostbelt, split into two parts; Atlantis: Ocean in the Age of Titans (神代巨神海洋 アトランティス, Shindai Kyoshin Kaiyō Atorantisu?, localized as "Ancient Ocean of the Dreadnought Gods") and Olympus: Interstellar Mountain City (星間都市山脈 オリュンポス, Seikan Toshi Sanmyaku Oryunposu?, localized as "Interstellar Mountaineous City"), alternatively The Day God Is Shot Down (神を撃ち落とす日, Kami O Uchiotosu Hi?, localized as "The Day to Bring Down Gods").[1][3][4]

Setting[edit | edit source]

In another universe which was on the verge of collapse, a technologically advanced alien civilization constructed a dyson sphere known as Chaos, intended as an ark to carry the species to another planet. However, under unknown circumstances the alien species perished and Chaos sailed on uninhabited. It eventually encountered a boundary referred to by Aphrodite as the "Tannhauser Boundary", beyond which lay the universe in which Earth existed. Unable to pass through itself, Chaos consumed about 97% of its own functionality, and was able to pass a relatively small fleet of ships through the boundary.[4][5]


The fleet originating from Chaos, sent to find a suitable world to terraform and rebuild the alien civilization, was led by the flagship Chronos, with the series of ships that Chronos was a part of being known as the Titans. Under unknown circumstances, several ships rebelled against Chronos, in a conflict referred to as the Titanomachia (ティタノマキア, Titanomakia?). It ended with the defeat of the Titan fleet and the rebels continuing their journey under the leadership of flagship Zeus.[4][5]

Eventually, the fleet came across planet Earth, which was a 78% match for the landing conditions marking a planet viable for colonization in their directives. As the fleets' functionalities had degraded over the course of their long voyage and continuing onward was unrealistic, the fleet descended onto planet Earth, towards what is presently the center of the Atlantic Ocean. After landing, the ships encountered the prehistoric human race and came to be worshiped as gods (the Twelve Machine Gods or the Twelve Pillars), in time manifesting humanoid terminals to interact with the natives. The humans granted them names and faith, and in return, the Machine Gods gave them the fruits of civilization.[4][5]


The Lostbelt's history diverged in 12000 BC during the invasion of the Earth by Sefar in the Leukosmachia (レウコスマキア, Reukosumakia?).[3][6] Unlike what occurred in the primary history, where the gods abided by the boundaries of their respective domains and subsequently had their true bodies (Aletheia) destroyed, Zeus defeated Sefar fusing with the other Olympians against their consent, gaining their authorities and power in the process, at the cost of being ostracized by the other gods for his unilateral violation of their domains, even as he secured his position as their absolute leader.[4]


As their Aletheia were not destroyed, the gods were able to easily defeat the Gigas, spiritual remnants of Sefar that have split off from the original entity, on their own in the Gigantomachia (ギガントマキア, Gigantomakia?).[7] The gods continued their rule, with their powers and technology eventually advancing to the point where they redefined the concept of Gods, with the use of powerful divine nanomachines known as Klironomia as their Authorities.[3]

Olympiamachia[edit | edit source]

However, several thousands years before the present, a civil war known as the Olympiamachia (オリュンピアマキア, Oryunpiamakia?) was triggered over a disagreement whether to continue the Age of Gods with their absolute rule over the humans or to co-exist along side them on a closer level.[3][4] According to historical records, Zeus, Artemis, Poseidon, Demeter, Aphrodite, and Hera made up the Administration Faction, while Hephaestus, Hades, Athena, Apollo, Hestia, and Ares opposed them as the Co-existence Faction.[3][4] In actuality, Zeus was originally alone, but used his power to subjugate Demeter, Aphrodite, Hera, and Artemis to his will.[8][9]

Both the gods and the humans following them fought in the ensuing conflict, which ended in the victory of Zeus' Administration Faction.[3][4] Hades resisted Zeus' will and self-detonated, causing areas of Olympus to be denied to Zeus' reach and sight without considerable power expenditure.[10] Athena, Apollon, Hestia, Ares and Hephaistos were destroyed, and the wreckage which Zeus didn't appropriate to extend his own functionalities was scattered across the seas of Atlantis. In some cases, their minds survived in a reduced form in the form of Terminal Shrines, scattered across the islands formed by the wreckage.[8] Hephaestus was one of those who survived in a limited capacity, though half of the unit containing his mind was eventually taken and merged with the mind of Prometheus (also eliminated for associating with the Co-Existence Faction) housed on a server in the underpinnings of Olympus, meant to automate the city's maintenance.[9] Poseidon fought on the co-existence side at some point and survived the war with his Aletheia, but he was punished by Zeus, who reprogrammed him to serve as a defense mechanism guarding the Big Hole leading from Atlantis to Olympus.[8] The surviving humans who had fought alongside the Co-Existence Faction were exiled from Olympus to the islands of Atlantis.[3][11]

Hera was critically wounded in the war but Zeus kept her remains, eventually fusing them with Europa with their permission, thus allowing him to be with them both.[12][5] Zeus had also altered the minds of the gods who had fought under his command, including Aphrodite, who was rendered unable to feel love, and Demeter, who had been forced to kill her beloved daughter Persephone in the war.[13][14]

Atlantis[edit | edit source]

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The main region of the Atlantic Lostbelt is a vast ocean, brimming with mana and full of Phantasmal Beasts, a sea of the Age of Gods.[3] Various islands are scattered across the seas of Atlantis (アトランティス, Atorantisu?), many of which have developed from the wreckage of the gods destroyed during the Olympiamachia.[3][4] Most of them are named after minor deities found in Greek mythology.[3]

Atlantis is mainly comprised of isolated island communities,[3] made up of humans who have been exiled from Olympus and descendants of the humans who had followed the defeated gods of the Olympiamachia,[3][4] many of whom have largely lost their original culture.[3] Despite this, they still have enhanced strength and longevity from the Klironomia.[3] They are loyal towards the gods despite being forsaken by them and wish to receive their attention, to the extent that they would willing be destroyed by a shot from Artemis on their island rather than flee.[3]

There are various temples throughout the islands, with a few Terminal Shrines containing remnants of the destroyed gods. There are machines which dispense Klironomia, though they require the presence of an Olympian to authorize a dispense.[3]

In the centre of the ocean is an abyss known as the Big Hole, which leads to Olympus. There are three main defenses meant to prevent intruders from traversing the Big Hole and reaching Olympus; the forces of the Atlantean navy (consisting of conscripted soldiers and monsters produced by Echidna), Artemis and Poseidon.[3]

Locations visited by Chaldea in Atlantis include:

Name Notes
Sailing Point (セーリングポイント, Sēringupointo?) An area of sea to the east of Hestia Island where the Shadow Border/Nautilus emerged into the Atlantic Lostbelt and were ambushed by the Atlantean forces.[3]
Hestia Island (ヘスティア島, Hesutia Shima?) An island to the east of the Big Hole.[3]
Heracles Island (ヘラクレス島, Herakuresu Shima?) An island to the east of the Big Hole and north of Hestia Island.[3] Destroyed by Artemis.[3]
Hecate Island (ヘカテ島, Hekate Shima?) An island to the north-east of the Big Hole.[3]
Deimos Island (デイモス島, Deimosu Shima?) An island to the north-west of the Big Hole, north-east of Astraea Island.[3]
Stardust Ocean Sector (星屑の海域, Hoshikuzu no Kaiiki?) An area of sea between Deimos Island and Astraea Island.[3]
Astraea Island (アストライア島, Asutoraia Shima?) An island to the north-west of the Big Hole, south-west of Deimos Island and east of Tethys Island.[3] Astraea resided on the island after being summoned, declining to be among the gods in Olympus and choosing neutrality in the conflict.[3]
Thanatos Island (タナトス島, Tanatosu Shima?) An island to the west of the Big Hole and south of Astraea Island.[3]
Tethys Island (テティス島, Tetisu Shima?) An island to the north-west of the Big Hole and west of Astraea Island.[3]
Sun Ocean Sector (太陽の海域, Taiyō no Kaiiki?) An area of sea between Tethys Island and Perse Island.[3]
Perse Island (ペルセイス島, Peruseisu Shima?) An island to the south-west of the Big Hole.[3] Home to a labyrinth and a temple housing the damaged Hephaestus's core unit and primary shaft. Destroyed by Artemis.[3]
Meteor Ocean Sector (流星の海域, Ryūsei no Kaiiki?) An area of sea between Perse Island and Eris Island.[3]
Eris Island (エリス島, Erisu Shima?) An island to the south-west of the Big Hole, south-east of Perse Island and south-west of Nemesis Island.[3]
Crescent Moon Ocean Sector (三日月の海域, Mikazuki no Kaiiki?) An area of sea between Eris Island and Nemesis Island.[3]
Dark Ocean Sector (暗黒の海域, Ankoku no Kaiiki?) An area of sea between Eris Island and Nemesis Island.[3]
Nemesis Island (ネメシス島, Nemeshisu Shima?) An island just to the south of the Big Hole.[3]
Big Hole (ビッグホール, Bigguhōru?) An abyss in the middle of the ocean,[3] which leads to the isolated underground space housing Olympus and is guarded by Poseidon. An image of the Fantasy Tree is projected above it.[3]

Olympus[edit | edit source]


Olympus (オリュンポス, Oryunposu?) is the capital and core of the Atlantic Lostbelt, a massive high-tech city constructed around a mountain, a colony evolved from the original civilization of Atlantis, and floating in a vast underground space, isolated from the ocean making up the rest of the Lostbelt and accessible from there only through the Big Hole.[3][4]

The high-tech metropolis located at the base of the overall structure houses at least ten million humans, with the eastern districts being a 'city of art' and the downtown city center occupied by a Temple District with a large number of shrines (which are referred to as Subordinate Temples). All areas above ground are covered by Zeus' surveillance network.[4][5]

Beneath the city is a region known as Tartarus, the former domain of Hades, originally designed to facilitate maintenance of the city's systems. The structure of Tartarus is comprised of the fallen of the Titanomachia, Gigantomachia and Olympiamachia, and as such, it is referred to as a 'country of the dead'. Due to the lingering influence of Hades's Authority, Zeus cannot conduct surveillance in the majority of the undercity besides areas of shallow depth (downtown areas) without expending a considerable amount of his resources.[4][5]

Above the city is the Great Temple, Olympus-Dodona, where the living gods tasked with the management of Olympus reside. It is surrounded by a structure known as the Chronos Crown which assists in the management of the various functionalities and authorities which comprise Zeus' omnipotence. A large crystalline mountain range besides the temple provides energy which sustains the gods, with Fantasy Tree Magellan/Atlas rooted nearby.[4][5]

The city is largely sustained by the powers and functions of the gods, with a large portion of Zeus' available resources focused on its operation and maintenance, such that if Zeus fell, the city would likely soon end up following.[4][5]

The human residents of Olympus are forbidden from leaving the city, but have their needs provided and are granted pseudo-immortality through Demeter's Authority, not aging and unable to die unless through damage from one of the higher deities, regenerating from even normally-fatal wounds over time. Not needing to work and with no disputes over resources, children play while adults indulge in the pleasures of study, art and culture.[4][5] The majority of the populace are loyal to the gods, whom they depend on.[4] Although there is no internal conflict, many human residents of Olympus are strengthened to an extent where they can fight on par with Servants.[4] However they would not be able to survive if Zeus carried out his secret plan of converting Olympus into a space colony and departing Earth.[4][5]

Locations visited by Chaldea in Olympus included:

Name Notes
Gliding Point (グライディングポイント, Guraidingupointo?) The point where the Storm Border landed after being attacked by Zeus shortly after traversing the Big Hole and reaching Olympus.[4] It is within an area to the west of the city, apparently a nature reserve.[4][5]
Interstellar City (West) (星間都市西部, Seikan Toshi Seibu?)
Interstellar City (South) (星間都市南部, Seikan Toshi Nanbu?)
Interstellar City (East) (星間都市東部, Seikan Toshi Tōbu?)
Godbreaker Alliance Base (破神同盟基地, Yabukami-Dōmei Kichi?) A safehouse of the Godbreaker Alliance, located in the undercity region of Tartarus and originally something similar to a large-scale maintenance elevator.[4][5]
Grand Workshop (大工房, Dai Kōbō?) A workshop containing the server holding Prometheus-Hephaestus, intended to automate the maintenance of the metropolis.[4][5]
Altar District (祭壇街, Saidandai?)
Aerial Garden (空中庭園, Kūchū Teien?)
Machine God's Cloister (機神回廊, Kishin Kairō?)
Grand Altar (大祭壇, Dai Saidan?)
Palace (離宮, Rikyū?) A palace where Kirschtaria Wodime resides, near where Fantasy Tree Magellan is rooted and connected to the Great Temple via a pathway.[4][5]

History[edit | edit source]

Months before Chaldea's arrival, the Counter Force summoned Servants to aid them when they arrive, but they were very quickly defeated by the gods' power.[3][4]

Around the time of Chaldea's re-emergence in the Russian Lostbelt, Kirschtaria Wodime, the leader of the Crypters and the Crypter assigned to the Atlantic Lostbelt, was on good terms with Zeus, and the Lostbelt's Fantasy Tree Magellan (named Atlas by Zeus) had covered 80% of the world's surface with its roots. He had three Divine Spirit Servants (including Caenis), some of the most powerful summoned by the Crypters.

Atlantis: Ocean in the Age of Titans[edit | edit source]

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Upon arriving in Atlantis, Chaldea's Nautilus is attacked by Odysseus' forces. He serves as Kirschtaria Wodime's main general in his plan to take out Chaldea in one swipe, using Atlantis as a trap. Ritsuka and Mash fight off the monsters endlessly produced by Echidna, only for Caenis to attack them. Sherlock Holmes and Leonardo da Vinci assist against her, but she escapes. The Nautilus tries to submerge when it's bombarded by Lamia torpedeos. It is then trapped by more Lamia when an Anti-Planet Noble Phantasm is fired from orbit. Captain Nemo orders the Nautilus to initiate Zero Sail the moment the vessel is struck.[15]

Ritsuka is found washed up on a beach by Charlotte Corday and resuscitated. She explains she was summoned a month ago, and they're on the island called Hestia. The pair try to find a village, where a Servant called the Transporter id, when they encounter Orion. He is a Servant from the Proper History, and he offers to guide the pair to the village. The next day, they reach the village where Ritsuka reunites with the rest of the Nautilus crew. Nemo is unconscious from the Natutilus' destruction since they're connected. The crew only survived because the Shadow Border was half-way into the Imaginary Number Space when the Nautilus was destroyed. The Transporter, Bartholomew Roberts, then explains the Lostbelt's circumstances.[16] The Twelve Olympian still exist as gods; they reside on Olympus beyond the Big Hole in the ocean's center. Bartholomew warns though Poseidon guards the Big Hole, and Artemis blasts intruders from orbit following an invasion of Servants into Olympus. The Counter Force summoned them due to the Lostbelt's size in order to aid Chaldea when they come. Bartholomew was summoned to stay in Atlantis as back up. He can sail from island to island during the day when Artemis is less alert. He suggests bringing Nemo to a temple for healing.[17]

The next day, the group bring Nemo to the temple, which has nanomachines, Klironomia, that can heal him. Goredolf Musik, whose carrying Nemo, is attacked by magical beasts, but Mandricardo saves him. He agrees to guide the group to the temple.[17] There he activates its system, but it cannot give Klironomia since they are no Olympians detected. Mandricardo tricks the system into detecting Nemo as a Olympian. The group will need to visit the other temples in order to fully restore Nemo. The Servants who infiltrated Olympus used Klironomia to operate without a Master. The group exit the temple to be met by Atlantean soldiers under Odysseus' command. They defeat the soldiers, and proceed back to the Border. Mandricardo was originally part of the Olympus infiltration, but his knowledge of their names was sealed when one of them asked him to stay in Atlantis.[18]

Ritsuka, Mash, Mandricardo, and Charlotte protect Bartholomew's Royal Fortune while it's towing the Border. The group sail to Heracles Island, where they find a village that Charlotte visted before. They also learn the Lostbelt's denizens have extended lifespan of centuries thanks to Klironomia. They then meet Jason at a bar run by Francis Drake. Jason explains half of the Servants summoned disappeared, while the other half arrived at Olympus. They cannot enter Olympus because of the Atlantean army, Poseidon, and Artemis. Jason refuses to help, and Drake cannot help since Poseidon's curse would kill her if she went out to sea. Heracles died protecting the Servants trying to infiltrate Olympus (including Jason, Mandricardo, and Medea) from Artemis. Jason left afterwards, and Medea altered Mandricardo's memories.

After defeating Jason in a fight, the group are directed to the northern temple by Drake. There they'll find a container with Klironomia that'll help convince Jason to join.[19] They enter the temple and inject Nemo with more Klironomia, strengthening him so he can build a new Nautilus and a new Border. They then leave with the container of the Klironomia.[20] Returning to Drake's bar, they learn their escapade was a trick by her to spur Jason into sailing again out of fear of retaliation. They then find Orion and an Artemis terminal and try to convince the villagers to flee to another island before theirs is destroyed by the main Artemis, but to no avail. Orion contracts with Ritsuka and escapes with the group. Drake gives Jason the key to the Golden Hind's wheel, and to Ritsuka she gives Poseidon' core she obtained from defeating him.[21] Reaching the Golden Hind, Jason uses the Klironomia to strengthen it as per Drake's instructions, rechristening it the Argo. The Artemis terminal stays behind out of concern the main Artemis will track the group through her. The group then sail for the Royal Fortune and the Nautilus when Artemis destroys the island. Rendezvousing with the others, Mandricardo and Orion stay on the Argo, while Ritsuka, Mash, and Charlotte transfer to the Royal Fortune. The two ships then sail for Hecate Island.[22]

Landing on Hecate Island, Jason suggest gathering more Klironomia to empower Orion to destroy Artemis. He then orders Bartholomew to find the local village, while the rest get the local Klironomia. Joined by Nemo Professor, Ritsuka's team head for the temple.[22] Ritsuka ascertains from the Professor's analysis that the island was formed on the remnants of a spaceship. The group find a magical barrier is barring entry into the temple. They find letter with a holographic message from Medea Lily . She left a Mystic Code for Jason, along with info on the islands. Jason then leads the group to the next island.[23]

Mochizuki Chiyome emerging from hibernation.Kirschtaria Wodime's Bounded Field

The group search Deimos Island for the Assassin there according to Medea's information. They arrive at the temple, where Mandricardo's previous bypassing methods triggers the defense system. After destroying it, the group delve down the temple into a cavern. There they meet Mochizuki Chiyome, whose been hibernating with the aid of Klironomia waiting for Chaldea. The Olympus infiltration team instructed her to do so. Jason recognizes the temple is Hephaestus', and orders the Professor to connect to the Border before replaying messages left by other Servants. Ritsuka is required to give their name and be scanned so the system can confirm they're a Human Master from the Proper History before the messages can be played. A message from Medea and Sakata Kintoki explains civil war break out between the Olympians after Sefar was destroyed, and the victors ruled over Atlantis. The Hephaestus Automatic Response System then activates when the message ends. Hephaestus explains the war was triggered by Zeus's decision to continue the Age of Gods. The war ended with destruction of Hephaestus, Athena, Apollo, Hades, Hestia and Ares. The winning faction consisted of Zeus, Artemis, Hera, Demeter, Poseidon and Aphrodite. He reveals half of his brain was taken half a year ago by a Servant allied with Olympus. He can forge a Divine Construct to destroy Artemis from existing Divine Constructs, and of the Servants still remaining in Atlantis. Achilles's shield and armor can be made into a Noble Phantasm powerful enough to destroy Artemis. Hephaestus gives Achilles’s coordinates along with other potentially useful data. He then gives the group access to the Klironomia. He explains Echidna, the main weapon of Odysseus's forces, was designed after the Proper History version to produce Klironomia-infused monsters. He also reveals Poseidon's brain was removed so he can no longer thinks logically. Poseidon acts as a defense mechanism to intercept intruders, powered by three Divine Cores. Hephaestus sends the coordinates to a safer smithing unit that can be accessed after the group meet Achilles. After he shuts down, the group prepare to sail for Thetis Island.[24] However, they're ambushed by Caenis. Ritsuka tosses Poseidon's core to Jason, who uses it to bypass Caenis' invincibility at sea. Orion then uses it to deal greater damage due to his Poseidon bloodline. Jason prepares to finish Caenis off when Kirschtaria Wodime appears. He single-handedly defeats the group using the ultimate magecraft that calls down meteors. Kirschtaria prepares to kill Ritsuka when they're saved by a Robed Man. Kirschtaria identifies him as the "One from Chaldea" that saved people in the other Lostbelts. He then retreats to avoid a fight with the Robed Man. The group are transported to a beach by the Robed Man, who looks similiar to Romani Archaman. He tells them not to speak of this encounter with the Border crew, warning there is one amongst them they cannot trust. After he leaves the Lostbelt, the group return to the Shadow Border. [25]

The group sail for Thetis Island when Astraea forces them to land on her island. She offers information in exchange for each trail of hers they complete. After Orion and Charlotte complete her first trial, she explains even with Orion infused with Klironomia, a Divine Construct is still necessary to destroy Artemis. After Mash and Chiyome complete her second trial, she reveals another Archer they can recruit. She also reveals she rejected the offer to be a proper god in the Lostbelt to stay neutral. After Jason and Mandricardo complete her last trial, she reveals the Zeus and Poseidon Klironomias are on Olympus while the Athena Klironomia is in Atlantis. She also reveals Apostles of the Alien God, Grigori Rasputin and Senji Muramasa are protecting the Fantasy Tree and killing Servants from the Proper History. The group then set sail for Thetis Island.[26]

Arriving on Thetis Island, the group break up a fight between Achilles and Paris. Apollo is from the Proper History, but he obtained data from his Lostbelt counterpart. Achilles and Paris agree to help, even though the former lost his immortality with his heel destroyed. Achilles then gives his armor so Hephaestus can reforge it into a bow and arrows. The Servants then recall the smithing unit is located in a labyrinth deep within Perse Island.[27] After Achilles demonstrates he can still fight despite his injuries, the group sail for Perse Island.[28]

HephaestusAegis Eclipse

Arriving on Perse Island, the group meet Atlanteans who were exiled from Olympus for having bugs. They proceed into the labyrinth after receiving a map from the elder Kynigos.[29] At its bottom they activate the Hephaestus terminal. Hephaestus tests Orion to see if he can execute the plan to destroy Artemis. The first test is an anti-Artemis simulation battle, so Hephaestus utilizes data from the Servant closest to Artemis in the Proper History. He then asks Orion if he can destroy his beloved as the second test. Orion answers he'll destroy her out of pity, which Ritsuka affirms is reason enough. Hephaestus accepts this, and agrees to forge Orion's bow. After being given Achilles' armor, he begins the two hour forging process. He gives his remaining Klironomia, and warns Orion's shot will not reach Artemis on this island or the nearby island. He play a message from a Archer from the Proper History to explain it better. It reveals the only island where a shot can reach Artemis is the one beneath her. It also reveals the currents toward the Big Hole are fixed, and the only path available begins at Nemesis Island. The group will however to deal with Odysseus and Artemis at the same time. Cerberus is unleashed on the labyrinth, breaking through all of its defenses with ease. It was sent to destroy Hephaestus, and it’s enhanced with Demeter Klironomia, granting it regenerative abilities. The group defend Hephaestus while he finishes forging Orion's bow. Cerberus begins to explode when Odysseus ordered its Demeter Klironomia to be overload after five minutes. Charlotte however activates her Zeus Klironomia at full power and kills Cerberus with Le Rêve Ensoleillé. She remembers she is a Servant from the Proper History summoned on the Lostbelt's side.[30] She was summoned by Odysseus shortly before he destroyed the last leylines in Atlantis. She was ordered by him to forget everything, saying the Zeus Klironomia will guide her. Just as Odysseus planned, the Zeus Klironomia takes over Charlotte, turning her against the group. They defeat her and use the Hephaestus Klironomia to suppress the Zeus Klironomia, putting Charlotte to sleep. Hephaestus reveals the Athena Klironomia will be needed to remove the Hephaestus Klironomia once its work is done. The Athena Klironomia are on Eris Island, near Nemesis Island. Hephaestus completes Orion's bow, naming it the Aegis Eclipse. There are only two arrows; one to penetrate Artemis’s defenses, the other to destroy Artemis’s main body. Hephaestus then prepares escape pods out of the labyrinth when Artemis prepares to destroy the island. While the group escapes, he uses his defense systems against Artemis to buy them time.[31] After escaping, the group set sail for Eris Island.[32]

Arriving on Eris Island, the group enter its temple and retreive the Athena Klironomia once a message from Archer finishes. However upon exiting, they're ambushed by Chiron. Chiron killed his counterpart from the Proper History, obtaining his knowledge and his Noble Phantasm, Antares Snipe. Mandricardo uses his Noble Phantasm to clear a path so the group can retreat. Chiyome stays behind, and Chiron captures her to feed to Echidna to replenish its magical energy. The group return to the Border, where Da Vinci injects Charlotte with the Athena Klironomia and removes the Hephaestus Klironomia. The Athena Klironomia eventually succeeds in destroying the Zeus Klironomia in Charlotte.[32] Using the Hephaestus Klironomia, Nemo finishes constructing the Storm Border. Jason orders Achilles to fight Chiron and the Atlantean soldiers by himself. He also orders him to let Paris use his chariot, so he can intercept and disable Odysseus' ships. Ritsuka, Mash, and Mandricardo will have the same objective. Jason orders the Storm Border to disable Odysseus' army, otherwise Odysseus may call upon Artemis if they're eliminated. At the same time, Bartholomew will transport Orion to Nemesis Island. Later, Charlotte leaves to execute Jason's orders to her.[33]

Later, the group near Nemesis Island, so Ritsuka, Mash, and Mandricardo board the Argo in preparation for battle. Jason tells everyone to ensure that Orion gets to Nemesis Island.[34] Everyone then proceed to disable Odysseus' ships when confronted with his fleet.[35] Ritsuka steers the Argo while the others fend off the Atlantean soldiers that boarded. Meanwhile, Achilles fights Chiron since he can't allow him to use Antares Snipe. Chiyome is fed to Echidna to replenish its magical energy. The Royal Fortune begins to sail towards Nemesis Island; Odysseus sends Cerberus to intercept it. Ritsuka, Mash, and Mandricardo try to transfer to the Royal Fortune when Odysseus' ships intercept them. The group disable the ships, and fight the Cerberus that was sent earlier. Orion knocks Cerberus into the sea when it starts to go for the Royal Fortune, utilizing his power as Poseidon's son to walk on water. However, he is ambushed by another Cerberus infused with Poseidon Klironomia. Fortunately, the Storm Border knocks it into the sea with its special torpedoes, and covers Orion when he starts running towards Nemesis Island. Paris cover Ritsuka, Mash, and Mandricardo while they transfer to the Royal Fortune. Echidna begins to go out of control, producing monsters that attack even the Atlantean soldiers.[36] Chiyome used her Noble Phantasm on herself to cause Echidna to go berserk after she was eaten per Jason's plan. Atlantean soldiers and a Cerberus soon board the Royal Fortune after capturing it with a anchor. This Cerberus isn't berserk though, as it is under Odysseus' direct control. As the group battle, Odysseus prepares to overload the Poseidon Klironomia in Cerberus to explode it to ensure his victory. Charlotte tries to use her Noble Phantasm, but he deflects it. However, she successfully kills him with it after he believes he killed her. She had chosen the Battle Continuation Skill from the Athena Klironomia. It differs from regular as it only lets her move until Odysseus is killed. After Charlotte disappears, Jason crashes the Argo into the enemy ship to free the Royal Fortune. He then explodes the Argon, and boards the Royal Fortune.[37] Bartholomew disappears however since his role to transport Chaldea to Nemesis Island is now complete.[38]

On Nemesis Island, the group rendezvous with Orion and Achilles. After Achilles ride off to face Chiron, Orion activates the Aegis Eclipse. He fires Orion Hórkos at Artemis, successfully piercing her armor. His second shot intially pierces through Artemis' beam, but it's neutralized by a second beam. With two shots fired from the Aegis Eclipse, Orion's Spirit Origin begins to collapse. As Artemis prepares to a third blast, Hector is suddenly summoned in response.[38] Achilles used himself as catalyst for Hector, as he fights Chiron while dead. Hector throws Durindana at Artemis' incoming beam with such force that it destroys his arm. Apollo proceeds to turn Paris into an arrow for Orion at his request. Hector gives his spear to Mandricardo before he disappears. Mandricardo then uses Rêve de Durandal to protect the others from Artemis at the cost of his life. Apollo finishes turning Paris into an arrow, and Ritsuka uses a Command Spell to heal Orion's arm. In preparation for destroying Artemis, Orion relinquishes his title as Grand Archer. He then destroys her with Ortygia Amore Mio and disappears. Ritsuka, Mash, and Jason then board the Storm Border to sail towards Poseidon.[39]

As the Border sails onward, everyone realizes the Fantasy Tree they've observed is an illusion. Sherlock also deduces Olympus is actually underground through the Tree's power over reality. The Border eventually reaches the Big Hole, and falls down into it.[39] The Border fires torpedoes at Poseidon, but he's protected by a magical barrier powered by his three remaining cores. It then rams into his rear, and fires the Shadow Border into him. Ritsuka and Mash then proceed to destroy Poseidon's cores, as they try to destroy the Shadow Border. At the final core, Chiron explains Poseidon was a terraforming ship, used to modify and control oceanic environments. He turned mad though after Drake took one of his cores. Jason joins Ritsuka and Mash in their battle against Chiron and the final core. With the final core's destruction, Poseidon begins to collapse. Jason stay behinds while the others escape. It is revealed he survived the Argon exploding thanks to Medea's Mystic Code. After the Shadow Border rejoins, the Storm Border destroys Poseidon with its torpedoes. It then dives into the Big Hole to reach Olympus.[40]

Olympus: Interstellar City Mountains[edit | edit source]

Arriving at Olympus, everyone realizes Atlantis was actually deep underground as a camouflage for Olympus. Zeus then attacks them, but they disperse the attacks with Chaffe-type spiritron. They're shot down though, forcing an emergency landing on Olympus' western end. Ritsuka and Mash exit the Border after being a camouflage device.[6] They enter a city where they learn the wars of Olympus' past. First was the war against the Titans; Second was the war against Sefar; Third was the war against Gigantes. The pair also learn that Kirschtaria resides with the Olympians. They try to escape when a broadcast by Europa warns of intruders trying to destroy Olympus like the other Lostbelts. They're caught though by an Olympian Soldier, who easily overwhelms them. Sherlock saves them, and he is turn saved by Miyamoto Musashi. After killing more guards, the group escape down an alley where Sherlock deploys a concealment barrier. However, the barrier is destroyed when Talos suddenly emerges from the ground.[41] Musashi cuts off its arm, but it quickly heals itself. The group try to escape after defeating Talos, only for the giant to recover and give chase. Europa appears alongside Castor and Pollux, the Dioscuri, explain Talos' regeneration is thanks to the Demeter Klironomia. Demeter and Aphrodite then appear; Aphrodite subdues the group with a mental attack bypasses their defenses. Europa then orders Dioscuri to kill them after Zeus gives his proclamation. During the ensuing fight, Sherlock is struck by Zeus' lightning. A hooded man suddenly appears, and calls upon Minerva to disable the enemy. He leads them to an undergound area that was once Hades' domain. It was the base of an alliance of Servant dedicate to Olympus' demise, the Godbreaker Alliance, consisting of Nikola Tesla, Helena Blavatsky, Thomas Edison, Mordred, and Kintoki.[42] Back at the Shadow Border, the others have detected a Servant-like entity coming from Atlantis.[43]

Later, Musashi reveals the hooded man guided her to the Lostbelt. After sparring with her, the group meet the remaining members of the Alliance, Makarios and Adele. Makrios activates a Tesla A.I. that reveals the Olympians are aliens from beyond the universe. Following the Olympian Civl War, those on the losing faction fell to Atlantis to become its respective islands. Kirschtaria contracted with Dioscuri after killing the twins. Sherlock then deduces the hooded man is Kadoc Zemlupus. It's also revealed Kirschtaria is contracted with Zeus. Kadoc tells the group they need to reach the orbital temple where the Olympians resides to reach Kirschtaria. After he leaves, Makrios and Adele explain the temple is forbidden to humans, but it also leads to reach the Fantasy Tree Magellan. The twins then test the group's strength against a Klironomia-infused chimera, repurposed by Edison and Tesla, and trained by Helena. Afterwards, they reveal Olympian citzens have pseudo-immortality thanks to regular ingestion of Demeter Klironomia, which also stunts physical growth. They also reveal the Atlanteans are those who're banished from Olympus for supporting the losing faction in the civil war, of which they were a part of. Since they missed the last ship, the twins are stuck in Olympus.[44] Suddenly Demeter begins destroying the city in her true form. The Tesla A.I. reveals there are Ares and Athena Klironomia injectors. Musashi injects herself with the Ares-type, while Mash takes the Athena-type. Adele then explains Demeter is a production unit responsible for producing all the necessary materials for the Olympus Interstellar Ark, and any other resources necessary for the inhabitants to live on. The Alliance has a cannon though to aid in bypassing her defenses and destroying her. It is a Mystice Code based on the magical energy of seven Heroic Spirits, using the Klironomia of the gods wwho wished to live in symbiosis with humanity. The group then proceed to lead Demeter toward the Cannon's position.[45] Caenis suddenly arrives to help them against Demteter's soldiers. She explains Demeter and Poseidon are from the same line of ships, so they're both earth gods. As such, she can naturally use the Authority of the Earth, allowing her to neutralize the divine protection of the earth and the immortality granted by harvest. She is also revealed to be the entity that the Border crew detected, and she decides to help after being rescued. Caenis uses Lapithai Caeneus to keep Demeter off balance, allowing the others to topple her within range of the cannon. The blast penetrates her armor, but she begins to regenerate despite Caenis' aid. Caenis then gives Black Barrel, a conceptual weapon of natural lifespan, to Ritsuka who passes it to Mash. Mash installs it, transforming Ortenaos' shield into something else. It was constructed to limit itself to the machine gods, using Poseidon's Divine Core and a piece of Artemis. However, Ritsuka will need to combine their magical energy, their physical strength, and even their karmic energy through a Command Spell to activate it. They do so, and Mash fires the Black Barrel to destroy Demeter. Ritsuka passes out from using all their energy.[46]

Ritsuka wakes up back in the Alliance base. A Kintoki A.I. says they'll summon a Grand Servant as a last resort to defeat Zeus with the Cannon out of comission. A Minamoto no Raikou A.I. explains it'll require setting up multiple smaller summoning points in various locations. A mechanical device called a "Great Summoning Device" is also needed to act as catlyst to direct the summoning. Four locations were set up by the Alliance before the gods killed them, and only three remain.[47] The base then begins to move, arriving at the eastern side of the city. The group enter the 52nd floor of the twins' former home, where they meet Caligula.[48] They return to base with him before heading back out to set the summoning locations.[49] As they search for the second location, they're confronted by Tamamo Vitch. Sherlock deduces the Apostles are Servants summoned by the Alien God. He also deduces Vitch formed an equal contract with the Alien, and she is a Beast still in development. Vitch is suddenly surrounded by a storm, and transforms to fight the group. They're unable to injure her, and she leaves believing they can defeat the gods. The group set up the second location, then head to the next one.[50] They're suddenly attacked mentally by Aphrodite in her true form, turning Musashi and Sherlock insane. Mash, Caenis, and Caligula fight them when Ritsuka fall unconscious.[51] Ritsuka is trapped in a dream where they talk with those they lost, but Edmond Dantès frees them. Sherlock and Musashi are returned to normal thanks to Caligula using Flucticulus Diana to temporarily neutralize Aphrodite's attack. Makarios calls the Stymphalides Blackwing, an aircraft built by Tesla, Edison, and Helena, so the group can reach Aphrodite. As they continue to ascend towards her, Aphrodite is suddenly grabbed by Golden Bear, a mecha built from Kintoki's Spirit Core. It disables her with Giga Golden Spark, leaving her vulnerable to shot from Black Barrel.[52] After destroying Aphrodite, the group are attacked by the Dioscuri. They're forced to retreat, and return to base.[53]


Back at base, the group are met by Scandinavia Peperoncino. He was sent there by Kadoc to tell them that the required item is at the Alliance cooperators' base.[53] The group go to the coordinates specified by Peperoncino, where they meet Prometheus. He explains he and Hephaestus were fused as punishment for siding against Zeus during the Olympiamachia. Prometheus is the primary individual now though with Hephaestus's main data core having been destroyed in Atlantis. Murasama (the same from the Shimosa Singularity) then appears, though he is neither ally nor enemy. Minevera and Europa also appear, the latter being a cooperator.[54] Europa reveals she is from the Proper History. She also reveals Zeus modified the gods who sided with him during the war to subjugate them. Prometheus explains the machine gods could once fuse with each other, having once existed as Chaos. That power was lost though when Zeus took the Kronos Crown, which unites their mythological system, after defeating the Titans. He then used it to fuse with other gods to destroy Sefar.[55] Prometheus then explains they'll use the endless mana supply in peaks of Olympus for the Grand summoning. Muramasa reveals he was ordered by Zeus to protect Prometheus, and to destroy Hephaestus in Atlantis. Prometheus ordered him to forge the summoning vessel under threat of self-destruction. However, Zeus ordered him to kill Chaldea and their allies, but he won't do so until the summoning is complete. He then explains the roles of the other Apostles; Rasputin monitors the Crypters; Ashiya Douman monitors the Lostbelt Kings. Muramasa's role doesn't come into play though until after the Alien God descends. Later, Prometheus finishes the summoning vessel, which Europa dubs Aether. Douman and Dioscuri then appear suddenly. Minerva tries to disable Dioscuri, but Douman blocks the interference with a spell and destroys the Minerva. He then proceeds to erode Prometheus' mind, which Ritsuka fails to stop with a Mystic Code. After Douman leaves with Europa, the group fight Dioscuri. However, Mash's shield was transformed into a copy of Aegis thanks to Athena's blessing extracted from Europa. Prometheus also modified Caenis to allow her to fully utilize Poseidon's Authority before shutting down permanently. Castor uses his Authority as Divine Spirit to travel at light-speed to take Ritsuka hostage. However, he is internally damage as he and Pollux aren't true gods anymore. So using their Authorities as Divine Spirits will result in the destruction of their Spirtual Cores. Caenis strikes Dioscuri followed by Makarios & Adele invoking the names of Hades and Athena to kill them.[56]

Later, the group hear Europa will be executed at the orbital temple's high altar at noon. They fly towards the orbital temple in order to rescue her. It's revealed the Twelve Machine Gods came to this universe when their own was coming to an end. Chaos used 97% of its power to complete the journey. They eventually crashed on Earth (with the exception of Chaos), and humanity came to worship them. Kadoc learns from Kirschtaria's files the world was whitened before the Trees appeared. He deduces the Alien God doesn't have a physical body, so it needs a fully grown Tree to incarnate. He suspects its form will be based on the data on the planet it collected. Douman suddenly appears and beats Kadoc.[57] Rasputin is revealed to have been summoned by the Alien God to observe Kirschtaria. Meanwhile, the group crash-land at the temple after Caenis used her remaining Klironomia to give them an opening.[58] They fight Douman, with Musashi decapitating him in the end. It's useless though since his body regenerates, as it is a shikigami. However, Peperoncino appears and disables Douman's shikigami, rendering him mortal when they next meet. The group eventually enter the high altar room, where they see Magellan and the Kronos Crown. Zeus appears and forces them to kill Europa, whose under his control. He also summons Talos to aid her against the group.[59] They destroy Talos, and Sherlock gently incapacitates Europa. Zeus then transforms into his true form. He attacks the group, but Mash protect them with Mold Camelot, forcing the temple to release his limiters. He reveals his plan to use Olympus as a colony to travel the universe again. With 35% of his limiters unlocked, Zeus prepares to unleash an attack that will wipe out all life on the planet. Golden Bear suddenly appears and stops him from unleashing the attack, bypassing his barriers. Zeus destroys it, only for it to use the Spiritual Cores of the defeated Servants to summon Ares from the Proper History. The group then activate Aether to trigger the Grand summoning, with Caligula using himself as a catalyst to summon the Grand Lancer, Romulus Quirinus. With his and Ares' aid, the group defeat Zeus. Mash then destroys him with Black Barrel when he readies to kill Europa.[60]

With Zeus' destruction, Chaos suddenly emerges from a tear in space. Zeus' plan is revealed to had been actually a directive from Chaos. Chaos attacks the group using an enhanced authority of Apollo. Quirinus erects a barrier to protect them, while Ares sacrifices himself to stop the attack. Chaos intends to return the planet to its primordial state by extracting all of its resources to fuel and maintain its interstellar fleet travel. Musashi rides on top of the Shadow Border as she charges her Noble Phantasm, while Quirinus ensures it gets closer enough. Her attack succeeds in cutting the hollow space that Chaos uses to observe the Lostbelt, reverting it to Void and sealing Chaos from accessing this universe. However, to do so she reaches beyond "Zero" and achieves "True Emptiness", 「」, by cutting "Zero" , erasing her Spirit Origin from Chaldea's records. She was also never recorded in the Throne of Heroes, thus re-summoning her became impossible.[61] Nemo then reports Magellan has begun its descent with seemingly infinite magical energy. Caenis then leaves to rejoin Kirschtaria now that her debt has been repaid. Quirinus also disappears since he expended all of his magical energy. The orbital temple starts to fall without Zeus, so the group proceed to Magellan.[62]

The group make it to Magellan, where they're met by Kirschtaria, Caenis, and Douman. They then fight and defeat Kirschtaria and Caenis. Magellan suddenly opens for the Alien God to finally descend and manifest itself. However, its way is barred because Kirschtaria summoned Titan Atlas inside the Tree beforehand. Kirschtaria then reveals his plan to have Atlas use Magellan to create a Texture that ascends humanity to godhood. He fights the group before he dies from the Alien God severing their contract. Magellan suddenly becomes aflamed from within because the fire spread from another Tree. Beryl Gut tries to kill Kirschtaria, but Kirschtaria avoids the attempt. Beryl reveals he is hunted by the Fairies wherever he goes, and they'll immediately bring down divine punishment whenever he announce his presence. Rhongomyniad is fired towards his position, but Kirschtaria erects a great barrier to stop it. Berly takes advantage of this to fatally wound him.[62] He reveals the English Lostbelt's Fantasy Tree, Seyfert was desecrated by a certain woman. He also explains Rhongomyniad earlier was magic woven by the king of his Lostbelt for use specifically against the Alien God. He's then transported to his Losbelt by Vitch when Rasputin declares him an enemy of the Alien God. Suddenly Atlas is cleaved in half by an unseen Muramasa at Rasputin's command, thus allowing the Alien God, Beast VII, to manifest. She looks similar to Olga Marie Animusphere, calling herself U-Olga Marie. She then manifests a black hole that threatens to consume everything. However, Kirschtaria uses his Sirius Light to expel her. The orbital temple begins to collapse, so the group escape.[63] After Kirschtaria dies, Caenis decides to pursue the group.[64] Meanwhile, the group reach the Border with the aid of Europa and the twins. They prepare to enter when Caenis arrives to settle the score between her and Chaldea, as a real Divine Spirit. After she disappears with her defeat, the group enter the Border.[65]

Meanwhile, Peperoncino travels to the English Lostbelt to pursue Beryl in revenge. Back in the Border, Sherlock suspects the Alien God used Olga's corpse similiar to what Goetia did. He decides to research the previous director to see why she was chosen as a vessel when they return to Novum Chaldea. Kadoc is also found comatose in the Border, having been brought there by Rasputin as part of his promise to Anastasia Nikolaevna Romanova. Meanwhile in Atlantis, it's revealed U-Olga Marie wasn't seriously injured by Kirschtaria's Sirius Light. However, because of that attack, she is perusing Atlantis's records to investigate. Muramasa is ordered by her to go to English Lostbelt to ascertain the situation with Rhongomyniad, and sabotage it if necessary. Rasputin is ordered to find a stronger vessel for her; he suspects a particular Ultimate One will be suitable.[66]

Participants[edit | edit source]


Designation Identity Affiliation
Rider Leonardo da Vinci (Child) Ritsuka Fujimaru
Ruler Sherlock Holmes Ritsuka Fujimaru
Assassin Charlotte Corday Ritsuka Fujimaru
Archer Orion Ritsuka Fujimaru
Lancer Caenis Kirschtaria Wodime
Rider Mandricardo Ritsuka Fujimaru
Rider Bartholomew Roberts Ritsuka Fujimaru
Saber Jason Ritsuka Fujimaru
Rider Odysseus Kirschtaria Wodime
Rider Francis Drake N/A
Assassin Mochizuki Chiyome Ritsuka Fujimaru
Lancer Hector Ritsuka Fujimaru
Archer Paris Ritsuka Fujimaru
Rider Achilles Ritsuka Fujimaru
Archer (Living Hero) Chiron Odysseus
Saber Miyamoto Musashi Ritsuka Fujimaru
Berserker Caligula Ritsuka Fujimaru
Lancer Quirinus Ritsuka Fujimaru
Saber Castor and Pollux Kirschtaria Wodime
Ruler Astraea N/A
Rider Europa Godbreaker Alliance (Cooperator)
Alter Ego Ashiya Douman Beast VII
Alter Ego/Beast Tamamo Vitch Beast VII
Alter Ego Grigori Rasputin Beast VII
Alter Ego Muramasa Beast VII


Designation Identity Affiliation
Fantasy Tree Fantasy Tree Atlas N/A
N/A Echidna Odysseus
Crypter Kirschtaria Wodime Crypters
N/A Artemis Twelve Machine Gods
N/A Hephaestus N/A
N/A Prometheus Godbreaker Alliance
N/A Demeter Twelve Machine Gods
N/A Aphrodite Twelve Machine Gods
N/A Poseidon Twelve Machine Gods
N/A Zeus Twelve Machine Gods
Crypter Kadoc Zemlupus Godbreaker Alliance (Cooperator)
Crypter Scandinavia Peperoncino Godbreaker Alliance (Cooperator)
Beast U-Olga Marie N/A
Crypter Beryl Gut Crypters
Divine Spirit Ares Ritsuka Fujimaru
Human Adele Godbreaker Alliance
Human Macarios Godbreaker Alliance

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  57. Fate/Grand Order: Cosmos in the Lostbelt - Olympus: Interstellar Mountain City, Section 18: My Thunder Which Tears Stars Asunder(I)
  58. Fate/Grand Order: Cosmos in the Lostbelt - Olympus: Interstellar Mountain City, Section 19: My Thunder Which Tears Stars Asunder(II)
  59. Fate/Grand Order: Cosmos in the Lostbelt - Olympus: Interstellar Mountain City, Section 20: My Thunder Which Tears Stars Asunder(III)
  60. Fate/Grand Order: Cosmos in the Lostbelt - Olympus: Interstellar Mountain City, Section 21: My Thunder Which Tears Stars Asunder(IV)
  61. Fate/Grand Order: Cosmos in the Lostbelt - Olympus: Interstellar Mountain City, Section 22: Void
  62. 62.0 62.1 Fate/Grand Order: Cosmos in the Lostbelt - Olympus: Interstellar Mountain City, Section 23: The Day a God is Shot Down
  63. Fate/Grand Order: Cosmos in the Lostbelt - Olympus: Interstellar Mountain City, Section 24: Advent
  64. Fate/Grand Order: Cosmos in the Lostbelt - Olympus: Interstellar Mountain City, Section 25: That Is, Someone That Doesn't Possess a Birthplace
  65. Fate/Grand Order: Cosmos in the Lostbelt - Olympus: Interstellar Mountain City, Section 26: Someday, Across the Other Side...
  66. Fate/Grand Order: Cosmos in the Lostbelt - Olympus: Interstellar Mountain City, Section 27: The Journey Continues
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