- This page is about a NPC Fate/Extra servant. For playable servant, see Playable Caster (Fate/Extra)
All in-game descriptions of its abilities, skills and Noble Phantasms are in the form of nursery rhymes.
Caster is Alice's identical twin in terms of her appearance; however, Caster's primary colors are black and purple in contrast to Alice's white and blue.
Caster is the mirror image of Alice with the same personality but she truly cares about her master and doesn't want to lose her. Unlike Alice, she is not shy, only emotionless and bored.
Maxwell's Demon - Maiden's Empire: Queens Glass Game
- A story without end,
- A child-like finger returns to the first line,
- A tiny hand reaches out for the second volume,
- For as long as the reader denies reality.
- Names to be uncovered and places still unknown.
- Fire breathing dragons and cloud sprouting giants,
- and magicks that are monsters in the shadows.
- Maybe, just maybe, the words of adults are lies.
- The truth of it all is in Professor Dodgson's mind.
- Ackroyd and Celluloid;
- Sadistic acrostic,
- No one is especially special here,
- Birds are birds and people are people,
- Entropy suits me to a tittle,
- In the end, your name is mine.
- A nursery rhyme is a children's refrain,
- Tom Thumb's charming picture book,
- The first glimpse of Mother Goose's awakening,
- The sorrowful me to the lonely you,
- Your final wish, let's make it true.
Nursery Rhyme is not a hero in the traditional sense. Rather, it is a general term for any picture book that has managed to manifest itself into a corporeal existence.
The genre itself, deeply loved by the children of England, came into being as a reaction to the half-voiced dreams of the young and eventually emerged as a Servant who came a champion of the innocent. It formed the foundation for perhaps the best known work from the author known as Lewis Carroll. His book "Alice in Wonderland" began as a series of simple rhymes told to the daughters of a family friend while rowing down the River Thames on a warm summer's day.
The Servant Nursery Rhyme is actually a type of Reality Marble. It projects the true feelings of its Master and creates a pseudo-servant in a form imagined by the one who summoned it.
- Maxwell's Demon is a thought experiment concerned with the hypothetical breach of the second law of Thermodynamics. This breach in a seeming certainty is perhaps why it is mentioned in the creation of Nursery Rhyme, an abnormal servant.