Beast VII's True Name is U-Olga Marie (U-オルガマリー, U-Oruga Marī?, U-Olgamally). Known previously as the Alien God (異星の神, Isei no Kami?, lit. "God of Another Planet", localized as Foreign God), she was the cause of the Human Order Revision incident. She was called "the VII of the End" (終局のVII, Shūkyoku no VII?) and "the Beast That Announces the End" (終わりを告げる獣, Owari wo Tsugeru Kemono?).
After the sabotage of the Fantasy Tree she was supposed to take over, for unknown reasons she ends up assuming the appearance of Chaldea's former director, Olga Marie.
Having acquired a vessel, she considers herself the planet's supreme existence to the point of calling herself the Prime Minister of Earth (地球国家元首, Chikyū Kokka Genshu?). She sees humans as primitive beings, expressing annoyance when she sees they aren't kneeling before her, asking if isn't one of the Earth's principles that mankind should fear and serve their gods.
Fate/Grand Order: Observer on Timeless TempleEdit
Solomon: The Grand Time TempleEdit
Gilgamesh states that as of the appearance of Goetia, the VII of the End will have appeared somewhere in the world, as their manifestations are in some way interlinked; any world in which an Evil of Man has manifested is said to tend unto "the Evil of the End" (終局の悪, Shūkyoku no Aku?), and thereby visited with mounting calamities.
Epic of RemmantEdit
She initially only approached Kirschtaria Wodime, but was convinced to extend her offer to the other members of the A-Team as well. She approached them with a proposal - to chose between resurrection and glory or eternal sleep and idleness. Wishing to survive, they all chose resurrection and were each granted a Lostbelt as territory as well as a Servant. The Crypters were tasked with nurturing the Fantasy Trees and expanding the Lostbelts, eventually creating the stage for her descent.
Beast VII had alterego servants summoned to act as her emissaries. She made a contract with Koyanskaya, who accepted and joined forces with her apostles to disable Chaldea so the Human Revision Order could begin.
Shimosa Province: The Stage of Rivers of Blood and Mountains of CorpsesEdit
She is called Satan Who Art As Lucifero (ルチフェロなりしサタン, Luchifero-narishi Satan?), the being that Amakusa meets on one of his travels. According to the slider, she presented herself as a god who had her brethren slaughtered by humans. Due to the similarity between their stories, she decided to help him with his revenge against not only the Tokugawa, but humanity, not without warning him about Chaldea and the possibility of them thwarting the plan.
Cosmos in the LostbeltEdit
On December 31st 2017 after Chaldea's shutdown, she covered the planet with a branch dome, latched the Fantasy Trees onto the Earth and then 12 hours later she stretched the branches down to the surface in order to annihilate the entire humanity, almost succeeding in the process. After three months rewriting the world's Texture, she dispersed the branches, leaving the planet in a blank state and isolated from the universe, where the Lostbelts eventually expand and engulf it, usurping the Greater History of Man.
Olympus: Interstellar Mountain CityEdit
Emerging from the Fantasy Tree Atlas, she mentions that she came to Earth to investigate the suffering of her brethren, only to be amazed about the planet being so small and trifling that it wouldn't take her a year to conquer it. She then notices the people looking at her, making her realize her vessel is shabbier than she expected from the largest Fantasy Tree on the planet. She asks her apostle for a report about the remaining Trees.
After Rasputin shares his information, she comments that a single Lostbelt won't be enough. She then asks why Chaldea hasn't been removed yet and why they aren't bowing before her since she is a god. She seemed confused when Ritsuka calls her "Director", but then she assumes that they have gone mad with fear. She introduces herself as a god who descended from the void to reform the planet and eliminate its evils as its supreme ruler. Due to her finally obtaining a body, the current humanity, the Lostbelts, the Crypters, and even her apostles are considered unnecessary to her, since they fulfilled the main purpose she assigned to them. Before she can eradicate them all, Wodime uses his Sirius Light, empowering his magecraft to temporarily push both her and the Tree out of the Lostbelt.
Beast VII came out unscathed from Wodime's meteor strike, utterly annoyed at the thought of beings daring to attack her even knowing they'll achieve nothing. Concluding that her current vessel is not enough to instill terror in those who see her, she dispatched both Muramasa and Rasputin to investigate the artifact that managed to burn the Fantasy Tree Seyfert and to search for the strongest vessel available on the planet.
Beast VII is capable of wiping an entire planet's surface and completely destroying Earth's governments in mere days, as well as isolating the planet from signals, cosmic rays and other emissions from celestial bodies except the Sun. She is also capable of rewriting the Texture of a world and fixing existences such as the Lostbelts to it. She and her Fantasy Trees can maintain the existence of a Lostbelt, which would normally be pruned as a dead-end history.
She is capable of reviving individuals close to the point of death, such as the Crypters. She can also bestow certain privileges on other entities, such as the ability to travel between the Lostbelts, which she granted to the Servants it had summoned to act as her emissaries, and bequeath unique abilities to any being she desires, since Douman claims most of his abilities are her blessings.
Additionally she could also manipulate the human mind and place unique "curses" unto any individual she desires, as seen where she gave Kirschtaria Wodime a unique condition where he would constantly go through highly accurate, realistic simulations of him completing the Grand Orders with his teammates and Ritsuka Fujimaru, that then made him privy to several of their secrets, personalities and quirks.
Creation and ConceptionEdit
Takashi Takeuchi is the character designer of Beast VII, he described her appearence as someone trying too hard to appear strong. According to Kinoko Nasu, U-Olga Marie was designed as the image of a space monster combined with Olga Marie's human nature.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Fate/Grand Order: Cosmos in the Lostbelt - Anastasia: Permafrost Empire, Prologue
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 Fate/Grand Order: Cosmos in the Lostbelt - Olympus: Interstellar Mountain City, Chapter 24
 Fate/Grand Order - Solomon: The Grand Time Temple, Chapter 14 - The Love of Man
@ Jeanne d'ArcOr do you desire to remain here and sacrifice yourself alongside the great and powerful Solomon?
The Temple is beginning to collapse.
It seems that we've done it, Gudako.
A job well done, everyone.
By your efforts, the Demon God Pillars were suppressed,
and at the seat of the king, Gudako was able to --
... Everyone's vanished already --
-- thank you.
I thank you for battling without remiss, unto the last of your strength.
Though these words shall never reach you, I wish nevertheless to express my utmost gratitude to your assistance.
And thus, it seems that even we who survived shall soon return to the Greater Throne (大いなる座, ooi-naru za?).
It is an inevitability.
Independent Manifestation (単独顕現, Tandoku Kengen?) is a capacity (特性, tokusei?, lit. "unique nature") restricted to the Beasts.
Any proper Heroic Spirit
would upon manifestation in this spatial domain (宙域, chūiki?) begin immediately to collapse (崩壊, hōkai?).
It was in the defiance of such that they continued to suppress the Demon God Pillars.
Though many here were indeed Heroic Spirits of common stock,
I cannot but reevaluate them upon the basis of this battle alone.
@ Jeanne d'Arc
But even you who speak these words have begun to withdraw, King of Heroes.
Do you not desire to see things to the end?
Nay. What arrives from this point forth is a conclusion rightly known only to the arbiters of this incident.
No good would come of either my involvement or yours.
Goetia. The Beast That Knew Not of Love (愛を知らぬ獣, Ai wo Shiranu Kemono?).
The Evil of Man (人類悪, Jinrui-Aku?) that consumed of only lamentations, and elected oblivion (無, mu?) as his objective.
... 'tis truly an ironic thing.
The Evils of Man are by instrinsic nature the Love of Man (人類愛, Jinrui-Ai?) itself.
That which brings humanity to ruin is not a malice unto humankind;
malice and the like are but passing influences, thinning to exhaustion once engaged.
Accordingly -- that which to the Rationality of Man (人理, Jinri?) poses a truly legitimate threat
is the very desire to effect its preservation.
Justified in the pursuit of a more favorable future, fangs are brought to bear against the peace of the present.
Speaking upon this point, however, it would appear as if that Beast has freed himself of the Cycle (循環, Junkan?).
To speak it plainly, I too am unfamiliar with the circumstances of the Beasts.
I am, after all, not of the Station of the Crown (冠位, Kan'i?, also rendered as "Grand").
However, it is said that the appearance of these creatures is interlinked.
A World wherein an Evil of Man has materialized
tends unto "the Evil of the End" (終局の悪, Shūkyoku no Aku?), and is visited thereby with mounting calamities.
As of the advent of the I,
the VII of the End shall have appeared somewhere within this world.
As to the form that might be taken by this Beast of Calamity (災害の獣, Saigai no Kemono?),
and the measures that might against them be enacted -- such would be the business of the champions that arise to meet the threat.
Though whichever side comes to fall is of no consequence to me,
it is worthy that out of camaderie you would to the extent of your strength lend them your assistance.
But do hurry.
@ Jeanne d'Arc
-- I suppose that is indeed the case.
The extent of our capacity is the lending of strength.
Agency to end the war and advance unto the subsequent conflict
is in any Age held by the peoples of the era.
You've done well, Gudako.
The Heroic Spirits gathered in this Domain did in every instance join the battle in answer of your endeavors.
- ↑ Fate/Grand Order: Cosmos in the Lostbelt - Götterdämmerung: Eternal Flame Century, Chapter 13
- ↑ 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 Fate/Grand Order: Cosmos in the Lostbelt - Anastasia: Permafrost Empire, Chapter 20
- ↑ Fate/Grand Order: Epic of Remnant - Shimosa Province: The Stage of Rivers of Blood and Mountains of Corpses, Chapter 15
- ↑ Fate/Grand Order: Epic of Remnant - Shimosa Province: The Stage of Rivers of Blood and Mountains of Corpses, Chapter 16
- ↑ Fate/Grand Order: Cosmos in the Lostbelt - SIN: Land of Unified Knowledge, Prologue
- ↑ 9.0 9.1 Fate/Grand Order: Cosmos in the Lostbelt - Olympus: Interstellar Mountain City, Chapter 17
- ↑ Fate/Grand Order: Cosmos in the Lostbelt - Olympus: Interstellar Mountain City, Epilogue
- ↑ Fate/Grand Order: Cosmos in the Lostbelt - Götterdämmerung: Eternal Flame Century - Prologue
- ↑ Fate/Grand Order: Epic of Remnant - Shimosa Province: The Stage of Rivers of Blood and Mountains of Corpses, Chapter 2
- ↑ Famitsu 2020, 8/13 - Interview with Nasu Kinoko and Takashi Takeuchi, p.136
- ↑ Famitsu 2020, 8/13 - Interview with Nasu Kinoko and Takashi Takeuchi, p.136