- 1 Profile
- 2 Role
- 3 Abilities
- 4 Development
- 5 References
Profile[edit | edit source]
Identity[edit | edit source]
Chevalier d'Eon was the Knight of the White Lily (白百合の騎士, Shirayuri no kishi?). Said to be a woman who was a man, or a man who was a woman. A figure of legend from 18-19th century France. Both a soldier and a writer. The Chevalier D'Eon had a prolific career as a spy working for a secret agency that was hunted by great world powers, and was also a minister pluripotentiary and dragoon captain.
When infiltrating the Russian Empire for a secret mission, they socialized with the Empress of Russia as Mademoiselle Lea de Beaumont, leaving behind anecdotes of having their beauty praised by the Empress and her retainers.
Appearance[edit | edit source]
It has been said that, regardless of dressing formally as a man, of behaving as a man, they were endowed with such a good looks that they could pass up for a lovely young girl. In fact, before coming to age, they were introduced to the high society while wearing a dress and earned themselves a reputation as a "beautiful woman".
The weight is not from personal statement, but a conjecture based on the appearance.
Chevalier d'Eon's clothes were gifted by the Queen of White Lilies.
Personality[edit | edit source]
Whether they are alive or exist as a Heroic Spirit, whether their body is that of a man or a woman, there is only one path for them to take. To remain as a knight of the white lily. D'Eon shall continue to offer their loyalty to the Master, and to the French royal family.
Relationships[edit | edit source]
Role[edit | edit source]
Fate/Grand Order[edit | edit source]
First Singularity: Orleans[edit | edit source]
D’Eon is summoned by Jeanne Alter to serve her as a Berserker-Saber. Their mind is not, however, clouded by the madness. When Ritsuka’s party come to La Charite to gather information about Orlèans, D’Eon is present along with Jeanne Alter’s other Servants, though they do not fight. After the group escapes with the help of Marie Antoinette and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, D’Eon asks if the woman with the, was the real Jeanne d’Arc. Vlad III answers their Jeanne is real as well. D’Eon replies that as Jeanne Alter’s Servant, they will destroy the world as she desires, then departs.
A few days later, they report to Jeanne Alter the group is heading for Orlèans for their assault; Jeanne Alter then orders them to prepare for battle. D’Eon later fights the group along with Vlad III during the final battle between Ritsuka’s party and Jeanne Alter’s army. Defeated, D’Eon thanks the group for freeing them from their madness, and disappears asking Marie for forgiveness.
Do Moon Goddesses Dream of Dango?[edit | edit source]
Together with Marie and Charles-Henri Sanson, D'Eon stole a load of dumplings originally transported to the Singularity by Artemis. However, they had to give most of the dumplings to Saint Martha, Georgios, and Sasaki Kojirou as a sign of friendship.
Later while camping out in a forest, D'Eon is being fed dumplings by Marie. They then reprimand Sanson when he questioned about them taking three tons worth of dumplings despite Marie's orders. D'Eon then tells Sanson that Marie has one of finest bodies when he gets excited after Marie said all fat goes to her breasts, though they quietly say that Marie is alone in that uniqueness despite her claims otherwise. But, both d'Eon and Sanson suddenly sense the presence of Ritsuka's party. Mash demands they surrender, which causes D'Eon and Sanson to believe the group are criminals. The French Servants then fight the group, only to be defeated. Mozart arrives to help, though D'Eon and Sanson both dislike he's calling them perverts like himself. They lose again, prompting D'Eon to call Mozart useless in a fight. Marie then returns the dumplings she and the others had stolen. She reveals they gave most of them to another groump, admitting her group couldn't eat three tons worth of dumplings. D'Eon states wishes she thought about that sooner. They're then shocked by Marie giving Ritsuka a kiss goodbye.
Miss Almost Weekly Santa Alter[edit | edit source]
Selling their old possessions to Julius Caesar, mistaking him as Santa Claus, d’Eon accidentally sells a treasure of the French Royal family to him. Caesar sells it back to them for three times its original price, but Marie reprimands them for their error.
Later, after Marie shoots down Santa Alter with her cannon, D’Eon fights her with Marie. Santa Alter defeats them, and Marie confesses she knew before the fight that Santa Alter wasn’t the Santa from before. She kept that fact from D’Eon cause she wanted to keep the momentum of the fight going. Santa Alter then tells D’Eon, Marie, and Astolfo to line up for their presents, which make D’Eon ponder if she’s actually nice despite her appearance. Their comment slightly insults Santa Alter, but she then asks them to tell her more about French male fashion. They respond that they’re not cross-dressing, wondering if the Twelve Paladins of Charlemagne are filled with nothing but perverts because of Astolfo and Roland. Then, much to their confusion, they’re given a maid outfit as their present. Santa Alter calls it a message to make better food than Tamamo Cat if anyone to marry them. D’Eon laments they’ll be single forever, even as a Servant. They agree with Santa Alter’s decision not to give Astolfo since he didn’t help in Orleans. Santa Alter leaves, throwing a Halloween pumpkin at Astolfo. Astolfo thinks she was calling him cute, but D’Eon suspects she was actually calling him an idiot who was late for the party.
Final Singularity: Solomon[edit | edit source]
Subspecies Singularity II: Agartha[edit | edit source]
With Jingle Abel Meuniere‘s help, D’Eon and Astolfo secretly rayshift with Ritsuka to the Agartha Singularity. After the two reveal themselves, D’Eon thanks Mueniere for his help. They then decide to escort Ritsuka along with Astolfo, declaring they’ protect them like they’re French royalty. After Ritsuka gives their observational analysis of the environment to Leonardo da Vinci, D’eon says they should search for the Demon God, but Mash says its signal became muddled after Ritsuka arrived. Da Vinci states the overall readings of Agartha are oddly blurred and unexplained like the result of the topographical scans. The data collected on Agartha changes sometimes to different values with no continuity. However, the continuity is stable where Ritsuka is, and the results are more accurate the closer they are to the observation target. Da Vinci then detects artificial structures nearby, so the group prepares to investigate. However, they’re forced to kill the Demon Boars that Astolfo ended up attracting first. They then follow their tracks to find a boy on the ground. He introduces himself as Fergus. He manifested as a child though, with even his memories being those of his childhood.
The group discovers a nearby campsite, where they’re beset by Amazons when they notice Fergus. After they’re defeated, D’Eon surmises the campsite was a hunting outpost, and the beasts from earlier were fleeing from the hunters. They also deduce the game is taken elsewhere, as they notice wagon tracks leading away from the camp and down the road. The group decide to follow the road to see where it leads since they may get information on Agartha, the Demon God, and the missing Servants where people are.
The group arrives in a town where they see the Amazons are keeping men as slaves. This makes everyone realize why the Amazons attacked them at the hunting outpost when they saw Fergus. D’Eon suggests they leave before anyone notices when they’re discovered. After the group defeat the Amazons, Penthesilea appears to see about the commotion. After learning Ritsuka’s name, she asks them who sent them and where they’re from. She then wonders if they’re from the decadent water city, the dazzling city of trash, or if they’re with a group of men who’ve been vocally protesting lately. Ritsuka’s confusion at the question is mistaken by her as a refusal to answer her. She then attacks the group joined by her Amazons. She commends them for their bravery and prowess with exception of Fergus, who refused to defend himself. D’Eon tells Fergus that he made the right choice, saying he wouldn’t be able to stand against her in his current state. Da Vinci suggests the group retreat when Penthesilea decides to take them as slaves, but they’re outnumbered with more Amazons arriving. However, half of the Amazons go with Penthesilea when she leaves for a nearby town after hearing a certain man is there. The group fight off the other half’s attempt to capture them until Christopher Columbus and his Resistance arrive to help. After the Amazons are defeated, the Resistance free the enslaved men. Columbus reveals Agartha is under an oppressive matriarchy, and claims the Resistance fights against it. He agrees to answer any questions after they’ve escaped to the Resistance’s hideout. He confirms he is a Rider class Servant, but he cannot use his Noble Phantasm due to his amnesia.
Arriving in the Resistance’s hideout, the group learns Agartha is inescapable. They also learn the Resistance members were taken from different eras after a hole acting as a teleportation spell to Agartha appeared beneath them. A boy then alerts them to a monster attack. After the monsters are slain, Columbus reveals there are three warring cities, each ruled by a Servant. El Dorado in the jungle is ruled by Penthesilea; Nightless City is a perpetually lit fortress city ruled by an empress; The City of Water is on the lake’s west bank ruled by a female Servant. Da Vinci suggests the Demon God assimilated with one of the ruling Servants that serve as the Singularity’s core. The group joins with the Resistance since their goals align. They then help slay monsters attacking the peach trees, which serve as the Resistances’ food supply. Afterwards, they try to rest while Mash and da Vinci are analyzing the new information. While observing the Resistance members train, D’Eon guesses Columbus was a military general or the like in life, seeing how well he directs his men. They also notice he knows about things outside of combat. Finding his positive thinking to be encouraging in the current situation, D’Eon believes Columbus has the drive every leader needs. They believe that is why the Amazons weren’t able to destroy the Resistance. Afterwards, Columbus decides they’ll first attack the City of Water, Ys, especially given that there is Resistance camp on the edge of the city’s territory for resupplying purposes.
As the group head for the camp, Columbus explains all of Agartha’s rivers flow into the lake where Ys is located. The people of Ys sail these rivers to attack and plunder their enemies. The Resistance is targeting Ys to stop these attacks, and take control of the rivers. Eventually, the group reaches the camp to find it under attack by pirates. After killing the pirates, Columbus has the survivors and relief group take care of the camp. Meanwhile, the group will sneak into Ys and kill the Pirate Princess, who Ritsuka and Mash expect to be Drake.
After sneaking into Ys, the group finds it to be both filthy and violent. Columbus suggests stealing a gonola since the canals are the quickest way to the Pirate Princess. D’Eon disagrees since that would draw too much attention, so it should be used as a last resort. They decide to lead the others in sneaking through the city on foot. The group eventually notice pirates abusing men at a tavern. D’Eon wishes to sneak past it while the pirates are distracted, but Ritsuka decides they’ll save the men. They defeat the pirates, but a previously absent one alerts the city before Columbus knocked her out.The group escape the tavern, and find somewhere to hide. Columbus suggests they reach retreat and try again, knowing it’ll be difficult. D’Eon notices they’re near the largest mansion in the city, and guess the leader is in there. They doubt they can get in though given the circumstances when they notice Wu Zetian. She offers to show them a secret path into the mansion. They accept her offer and follow her through her secret path. Eventually they reach the mansion’s rear garden when they notice Wu Zetian is gone. Her sudden absence makes D’Eon wary that they’re walking into a trap. The group agrees to be cautious and enter the mansion.
Inside the mansion, the group head towards its central room. There they’re met by Francis Drake, one of the Servants missing from Chaldea, albeit with different clothes and mannerisms. Da Vinci confirms her Spirit Origin is that of Drake’s. "Drake" denies it, however, and introduces herself as the Pirate Princess Dahut. D’Eon states neither Dahut nor Ys can be real since there are no records of either existing. Dahut refutes this and describes the immoral nature of her city. She explains Ys’ only rule is to take what you want but never get attached to it, which explains all the trash in the city. D’Eon believes such a rule would only lead to chaos, while Dahut believes it leads to happiness. Understanding Dahut isn’t the Drake they knew, The group fight her and her pirates. However, after they killed a few pirates, Dahut orders the pregnant pirates to give birth. Unlike regular childbirth though, the pirates split themselves apart to make clones of themselves. After more pirates are produced, the group fight once again. Dahut is defeated, but she tries to escape. More Pirates are produced to stop the group from giving chase when everything starts shaking. The city’s floodgates have been opened, and Ys is now being flooded. Dahut realizes her ey was stolen while she was fighting. Wu Zeitan then appears; Dahut identifies her as the Empress of the Nightless City. Wu Zetian reveal she was the one who opened the city’s floodgates, knowing the key’s location from Dahut’s previous confidant. The floodwater then wash away Dahut; D’Eon believes she will perish with her injuries. Wu Zeitan invites the group to her city if they manage to escape before escaping herself.
Escaping the flooding mansion, the group sees Ys is almost completely flooded; D’Eon says it almost matches the legend completely. Mash and Da Vinci confirm Dahut wasn’t the Demon God host since she didn’t follow the previous patterns of becoming a Demon God when on the brink of defeat. Still needing to find the Demon God, the group decide to go to the Nightless City.
While on their way to the Nightless City, Columbus reveals he ordered the Resistance to explore the city’s flooded ruins to find any seaworthy vessels. He also states the pirates no longer control the waterways, so they and the Resistance are now on equal grounds. Outside of the threat of the ruling Servants and monsters, he warns the others of another threat comparable to a sudden natural disaster. He then describes the women from the Nightless City as more reserved and defensive than the Amazons and pirates, which is why he was shocked Wu Zeitan suddenly flooded Ys in a single stroke. D’Eon believes she was keeping a low profile until the opportune moment arrived. Columbus agrees but warns there will be changes to the Nightless City with Ys gone, so he suggests they do recon first. He also recalls a man saved from the city by the Resistance said the city is home to the monsters he refers to as dogs.
As the group near the Nightless City, Columbus returns to the Resistance’s hideout, so he can return with a proper force ready to take city after Wu Zeitan is defeated. After the group infiltrate the city, D’Eon decides to take measures to ensure the operation remains covert by first gathering information with a small group. Once they gain information on the city, its threats, and Wu Zetian’s location, the group will move in together. D’Eon then decides they and Astolfo will gather the info since they can pass as citizens. Understanding Da Vinci’s concern of them being recognized by Wu Zeitan, D’Eon stole two outfits from a nearby house to use as disguises. However, D’Eon is embarrassed to see how how strange and effeminate the outfits actually look. They tell Astolfo that they grabbed them from a bedroom, becoming embarrassed upon realizing the purpose of the outfits that Astolfo is implying. They then remind the others to keep a low profile before leaving with Astolfo to gather info.
While doing reconnaissance, the pair notice a platform in the plaza’s center; an uncomfortable sight for D’Eon. They agree with Astolfo the city is more orderly compared to Ys. The pair find it strange though that no one has noticed them, especially given their outfits. They also notice the men aren’t physically restrained; D’Eon guesses they’re bound a spell instead. Therefore, they decide to ask a man about it once he’s alone. They then notice a woman accompanied by two men, so they follow them with Astolfo. While the woman leaves the men to go to the bathroom, one of the men tells the other about how he wants to flee the city and join the Resistance. D’Eon tries to go talk to the men when the other man loudly reports the other is disturbing the peace by trying to flee the city.
At the center of the plaza, the pair witness a Torturer (the city’s police force) carryout the public execution of the man who tried to flee by Langchi. D’Eon immediately realizes the platform is a scaffold meant for executions. They recall their regret of not being in France to prevent Marie’s execution by Sanson. Astolfo encourages them to stop the execution. The Torturer is tougher than she looks suggest though with more incoming. The Torturer demands to know the pair’s identities before she executes them following the man. D’Eon embarrassingly introduces themselves as Maid Knight, following Astolfo’s introduction as Sailor Paladin. Ritsuka and Fergus then arrive to help them. After defeating the Torturers, the group flee while Mash searches for a hiding place. D’Eon assumes the Torturers are actually women chosen to become one. The group eventually escape their pursuers, and D’Eon and Astolfo return to their regular outfits.
A man (who Ritsuka and Fergus met earlier) thanks the group for saving the man who was about to be executed, even though he won’t last the night with a severed hand. Considering the city’s tight security, and not wanting to keep the Resistance waiting, the group decided they need to take down Wu Zeitan today. D’Eon asks the man where Wu Zetian is, but he cannot answer since the men are only slaves to the women. He continues that as long as men strictly follow the law, men and women are equal, though only women have basic human rights. Ritsuka asks the man if he heard rumors that may lead to Wu Zetian. He answers he heard about an underground facility in the city that only Torturers or higher may enter. D’Eon asks for its location, to which the man recalls another man telling him about how a Torturer appeared out of nowhere before him. He assumes the facility’s entrance is near where that occurred, revealing it behind the executioner’s scaffold in the plaza.
The group return to the plaza to search for the facility’s entrance. Unfortunately, they accidentally activate a trap, and become surrounded by Torturers. The man had sold the group out for his own survival. D’Eon realizes what Columbus meant earlier when he said the city was full of dogs. Wu Zeitan agrees to reward him, but not before torturing him. She then invites the group to her palace, revealing it and the underground facility are the same when she raises an extremely bright castle from beneath the scaffold, calling it Yaoguang Hall. The Torturers then emerge from the castle’s entrance with more behind the group to prevent their escape. Fighting their way through, the group enters the castle.
Entering her throne room, the group confront Wu Zeitan and her tactician, Scheherazade. Wu Zetian reveals it was Scheherazade’s plan to flood Ys. Scheherazade confirms she was once Dahut’s confidant, but fled to serve Wu Zeitain when she feared for her life. Wu Zeitan then asks the group’s opinion on her city, believing it to be better than Ys. Ritsuka calls both cities horrible, but Wu Zetian proclaims hers is overwhelming just because it’s overwhelming bright. D’Eon calls that notion absurd, pointing out how men are publicly tortured, sell out each other just to survive, and lack basic human rights. Wu Zetain responds she strongly encourages her subjects to report all transgressions they witness so her Torturers can quickly punish the perpetrator, ignoring the possibility of false reports. Her ideal nation is one where even the smallest evil is snuffed out without tolerance thanks to its citizens’ vigilance. The group criticize her again, so she decides to punish them personally with her Torturers and Scheherazade’s assistance. She again defends her system while also asserting that suppression of one’s desires (even non-criminal ones) allows for a true and just nation. Da Vinci also reveals her True Name. She tries to convince the group to be her subjects, but they refuse since Nightless City is equally rotten as Ys. They defeat her, but she refuses to give up when Megalos crashes through the ceiling and crushes her. D’Eon warns against fighting him, though they’ll try to stall him for a few minutes if Ritsuka orders it. Scheherazade warns against it, since a single strike from Megalos will kill them. D’Eeon is suspicious of her when she surrenders, but she insists she only wishes to live. The group then leaves the castle with her.
They find the city being besieged by Amazons. Columbus and the Resistance then arrive to help them escape the city through the front gate. Waiting there though is Penthesilea while Megalos is exiting the castle. However, to the group’s confusion, she rushes past them and goes into the castle while in a rage. Using this opportunity, the group escapes the city while Penthesilea and Megalos fight.
Returning to the hideout, the group learns from Columbus that the Amazons now control what’s left of the Nightless City following Megalos’ rampage. Scheherazade offers her services, explaining her betrayal and abandonment of Dahut and Wu Zetian were for her survival. Though she was the enemy, D’Eon discerns she isn’t lying. Scheherazade reveals her True Name, and the group accepts her into their fold. She then warns them of Lamia attacking the peach trees and helps slay them. Afterwards, the group ponders the possibility of Megalos of being the Demon God host. They’re convinced however by Columbus that Penthesilea is a better candidate since she is the remaining ruler in Agartha and completely adherent to its oppressive matriarchy. It is then decided that the Resistance will invade El Dorado next.
Following Scheherazade’s advice, the group and the Resistance travel through the jungle to infiltrate El Dorado since its forces should be split between it and the Nightless City. D’Eon says they should defeat Penthesilea before backup arrives if she is there. If she isn’t, they should thin out the Amazons before she returns. After killing an Amazon scouting party, the group soon finds themselves surrounded by more and Penthesilea. They attempt to fight them, but they’re forced to retreat when the Amazons empower themselves with their synchronized warcry.
Back at the hideout, everyone sees they lost half of their forces. Seeing how terrified the men are, Columbus tells everyone to rest. D’Eon entertains everyone with their sword dancing for a while. However, the next morning, everyone finds the entire grove to be on fire, supposedly set by the Amazons. The group helps the Resistance to save their remaining supplies and tend to the injured. After the fire dies out, D’Eon is amazed that Columbus is able to rally the Resistance to continue fighting despite how hopeless situation is. Scheherazade advises they launch another sneak attack, but this time using a ship taken from Ys. She explains Dahut’s ships were enchanted to let them sail forward regardless of wind direction. Given their small numbers, she states they only need one ship to sail through a river that leads to the heart of the jungle to launch an attack on El Dorado.
The group sail onward through the jungle toward El Dorado when they come across a bridge acting as a barrier. Columbus orders Astolfo to sail on through while the others deal with the Amazons. After they breaking through the barrier, D’Eon is concerned about the Amazons who escaped raising the Alarm. Columbus says not to worry about it since they likely did it already. After breaking through another barrier, the group spot the central temple of El Dorado. Columbus orders them to set anchor on the shore nearest to the temple when the ship shakes. Astolfo says it’s something in the river, so D’Eon orders him to stop the ship immediately. However, it is too late, as Megalos emerges from the river and boards the ship. The group tries to fight him, but they’re unable to even scratch him. But having regained his memories, Columbus activates his Noble Phantasm, Santa Maria - Drop Anchor to summon another ship to hold Megalos, thereby revealing his True Name. Taking advantage of him being chained up, the group fight Megalos again. They prepare to finish him off when Pentheselia and her Amazons board the ship. She charges at Megalos, calling him Achilles to the group’s confusion, allowing Da Vinci to deduce her True Name. Penthesilea decides to kill the group, believing they’re keeping her from killing Megalos. At the same time, Megalos breaks free of Columbus’s chains, so the group are forced to fight both Berserkers. The ship is destroyed in the aftermath, sending everyone overboard.
The group arrives in the Dragon Palace, having been pulled there by the rivers’ strangely strong current. After Ritsuka wakes up, D’Eon and Astolfo explain to them what happened to the ship and everyone. Megalos is also with them, but in a deactivated state. D’Eon finds it strange he ceased functioning instead of disappearing. They suggest killing him just in case, even though he poses no current danger. Fergus rejects that suggestion as it’s impermissible to his warrior’s pride, which D’Eon understands. Ritsuka is convinced to explore since communication with Chaldea was cut when they arrived at the Dragon Palace. A still living Dahut appears however. Astolfo assumes she drifted to the Dragon Palace, but she reveals it is her last bastion in case of Ys’ destruction. She then proceeds to attack the group to take them for herself. As she disappears with her defeat, Dahut’s memories and mannerisms revert to that of Drake’s. She gives the group a treasure box she found earlier and used in the battle. She tells them to explore the Dragon Palace to find out more before finally disappearing. Scheherazade surmises the treasure box to be the Tamatebako from the tale of Urashima Tarou, which can grant single wishes more akin to a Command Spell. D’Eon realizes Dahut used it to enhance her strength. They believe that was her only option in her case, but they imagine they can find several alternative uses for Tamatebako. Astolfo wonders if they can use it power the Noble Phantasm they usually can’t use. If it works, they could use Noble Phantasms they avoid using to not drain Ritsuka’s magical energy. Columbus asks Scheherazade to use the Tamatebako to make Megalos follow simple commands and discern friend from foe. He decides he’ll be contractor instead of Ritsuka so not to risk their death. Afterwards, Astolfo finds a lifeboat in a bubble. The group decide to find and collect more Tamatebako before returning to the surface.
Once the group return to the surface, communications with Chaldea are restored. After explaining what happened, they enter Penthesilea’s palace in El Dorado. In her madness, Penthesilea sees everyone as Achilles, and uses the synchronized war cry. D’Eon and Astolfo then leave to hold back the Amazons while the others stay behind. D’Eon explains to Astolfo that they need hold off the Amazons or the others won’t be able to defeat Penthesilea. The Amazons’ sheer numbers would overwhelm the others, even with Megalos on their side. Realizing they may not have another chance, D’Eon tells Astolfo that he was the exemplar for all French knights. They feel as if they’re now part of the stories of the Twelve Paladins, fighting alongside Astolfo against hundreds of Amazons. The pair then use the Tamatebako to allow the use of their secret Noble Phantasms. Astolfo uses La Black Luna to neutralize the war cry, and D’Eon uses Fleur de Lys to prepare for their fight. Their defeat of the Amazons allow the others to defeat Penthelesia. It is also revealed that Da Vinci convinced them to not trust Columbus after learning his True Name.
The pair return just in time to save the others from Megalos under Columbus’ command. D’Eon admits not of all the Amazons were defeated, deeming it unnecessary since they became vacant with Penthelesia’s demise. Seeing Columbus has betrayed them, they realize Mash and Da Vinci’s misgivings about him were well-founded. They then have Columbus admit he was the one who set fire to the hideout. He did so to spur the men into continue fighting, revealing they’re his pawns to conquer Agartha. D’Eon finds him being both a positive thinker and an evil person makes him a more despicable villain. They’ve seen many like Columbus, but none were so unabashed as him. The group then defeats Columbus and Megalos. Columbus tries to use a Tamatebako to heal Megalos, but a Resistance member shoots it out of his hand. Fergus then deals a fatal blow to him, expecting a Demon God to emerge. However, both he and Megalos disappear without a Demon God emerging. As to answer the group’s confusion, Sherlock Holmes asks them who was the one surviving Servant they met in Agartha that has absolutely no connection to Chaldea. Everyone then realizes that it is Scheherazade, who declares the story is complete. She reveals Agartha is a story brought into reality by her Noble Phantasm, Alf Layla wa-Layla. Heroic Spirits from Chaldea and elsewhere were summoned to Agartha as twisted and inauthentic versions of themselves as part of Scheherazade and the Demon God who summoned her’s plan to destroy the world to end her existence as a Heroic Spirit. Scheherazade reveals the Demon God empowered her Noble Phantasm, so her stories would be made real. After she declares the story of Agartha will soon become its true form, Agartha raises in the sky.
As Agartha continues raising, Scheherazade declares it is its final form, the floating city of Laputa. She announces to Laputa to continue raising, and then plummet towards the earth. She also declares it to be the last of the mythical cities, and the destroyer of the world’s natural laws. D’Eon is impressed to see Astolfo ordering the men to rescue the men still enslaved in El Dorado so they wouldn’t panic. They also consider it a good idea for them not to be around, since the immediate area will probably become too dangerous for ordinary humans soon. Scheherazade reveals she will have Laputa to destroy a heavily populated city, though the damage won’t be limited to the physical world since the world hasn’t stabilized yet from the Incineration of Humanity. Once people witness a fictional city destroy a real one, they will be forced to accept it as reality. Eventually Mystery would become mundane, thus rendering all things related to it obsolete. The group disagrees with Scheherazade’s plan to bring an end to Mystery just so she can avoid death. D’Eon says they’re proud to be a Servant since they continue protecting France, albeit indirectly, even after death. They declare Scheherazade as an enemy of France and them for trying to remove their only means to fulfill their duty. The group then fights her to stop her plan, but only D’Eon is effective since Scheherazade’s Counter King skill renders Astolfo and Fergus’s efforts worthless. Scheherazade then reveals the Demon God ordered her to urge the Servants summoned into Agartha into fighting each other, so she summoned Columbus as a base for said conflict. The conflict between Servants would result in a vortex of magical energy, and the enclosed nature of Agartha allowed it to trap the souls of vanquished Servants. Agartha would then continuously exploit the energy generated from the souls trying to return to the Throne, and use said energy to make its story into reality. She then releases the Demon God Phenex from her body. It is revealed Phenex couldn’t be detected because he was already dead thanks to his unique ability as the Demon God of death and rebirth. Phenex confesses he sympathizes with Scheherazade’s desire of not wanting to die. The group fight and kill him, though at the cost of Fergus being severely injured.
However even with his death, and Scheherazade near death, Laputa continues to exist. Eventually Phenex resurrects himself through the corpse of a Resistance member. He declares Laputa will continue its descent even if he’s killed, and that he’ll accomplish the will of the Demon Gods to destroy humanity. He reveals his true ambition is to damage human understanding in the hopes of it would eventually result in humanity’s destruction. The group him again, but they’re unable to kill him. Wu Zetian suddenly appears, revealing her survival and that she was biding her time until Phenex separated from Scheherazade. She tortures him with her Noble Phantasm, Manual of Accusation, but he severely wounds her in retaliation. She pleads with the group to kill Phenex while he’s in a state of life and death. However, to the others’ surprise, Fergus walks into her Noble Phantasm to use its concept of mixing life and death together to essentially resummon himself through the use of Columbus’s Tamatebako. He soon achieves his goal when his short sword turns into Caladbolg and unleashes Caledfwlch Caladbolg on both Phenex and Laputa. With Phenex being constantly damaged by both Noble Phantasms, the group fight him once more. Afterwards, Phenex extends tiny tentacles from himself, and implores Scheherazade to give him her magical energy. She however refuses to die by him, and Fergus finishes him off.
After Wu Zetian disappears from overexerting herself, D'Eon agrees with Ritsuka that they may see her again someday. After Fergus and Scheherazade disappear, they agree with Astolfo's frustration at Fergus leaving since he was responsible for destroying Laputa. Though they also recognize there were no other options at the time. They remind Astolfo that the surviving Resistance members and men on Laputa still need to be rescued. They then remember that Astolfo ordered the men to gather at the ship, and asks Da Vinci if there's a way to rescue them. Fortunately, Helena Blavatsky arrives in her UFO, and rescues the men while Ritsuka and D'Eon ride on Hippogriff with Astolfo.
Interlude[edit | edit source]
In the Name of Lily[edit | edit source]
D'Eon travels to Paris with Ritsuka and Mash after sensing was going to happen in the era. Mash suspects Ritsuka's restlessness may be linked to what is troubling D'Eon. D'Eon then recalls how they were summoned as Berserk Saber to destroy the era. They confess they are now acting as defender of royal family, instead of a Servant, to atone for his actions toward Marie. Many ghosts then appear, justifying D'Eon's worries. After destroying the ghosts, the group are confronted by the ghost of Maximilien Robespierre, who is consumed by his hatred for the french monarchy. After defeating Robespirre, D'Eon assures him that France will continue to exist before he disappears. They then thank Ritsuka for letting them bring peace to Robespirre.
Abilities[edit | edit source]
Saber's Noble Phantasm is Fleur de Lys. Saber's personal skills are Self-Suggestion (自己暗示, Jikoanji?) and Beautiful Appearance (麗しの風貌, Uruwashi no Fūbō?). Self-Suggestion is a powerful suggestion that has oneself as target. Possesses a high defensive effect against the effects of Magecrafts・Skills・Noble Phantasms that influence the mind. At times a man, at times a woman. Even the body is made to change.
Looks of Loveliness; Coupled with the attire, one is endowed with a beauty that makes difficult to discern the gender by means of an aura (not appearance). Plus modifiers are applied to checks when negotiating with both men and women. Also, effects that target a specific gender are disregarded.
Development[edit | edit source]
Creation and Conception[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
- Fate/Grand Order material I - Chevalier d'Eon, p.092-101
 Fate/Grand Order - Le Chevalier d'Eon (Saber) Profile [T]
Le Chevalier d'Eon - Saber
Illustrator and Voice actor
Illustrator: Daisuke Moriyama
Voice Actor: Chiwa Saitō
Noble Phantasm: C
Eye of the Mind (True) C
Looks of Loveliness C
Magic Resistance C
Fleur de Lys: Gorgeous Splendor of Blooming Lilies
A legendary individual from the 18th, 19th Century France, described as a feminine man or a masculine woman.
A writer and swordsman accomplished in both literary and military arts.
While having the world's major powers as his opponent, he flourished as a spy of the secret channels and also served as a plenipotentiary minister and a dragoon regimental commander.
Level 1 Bond
Source: Historical fact
Alignment: True Neutral Gender: ?
The weight is not from personal statement, but a conjecture based on the appearance.
Level 2 Bond
It has been said that, regardless of dressing formally as a man, of behaving as a man, he was endowed with such a good looks that he could pass up for a lovely young girl.
In fact, before coming to age, he was introduced to the high society while wearing a dress and earned himself a reputation as a "beautiful woman".
Level 3 Bond
When infiltrating the Russian Empire for a secret mission, she socialized with the Empress of Russia as Mademoiselle Lea de Beaumont, leaving behind anecdotes of having her beauty praised by the Empress and her retainers.
Level 4 Bond
- Looks of Loveliness: C
Personal Skill. Coupled with the attire, one is endowed with a beauty that makes difficult to discern the gender by means of an aura (not appearance).
Plus modifiers are applied to checks when negotiating with both men and women.
Also, effects that target a specific gender are disregarded.
Level 5 Bond
- Self-Suggestion: A
A powerful suggestion that has oneself as target. A Personal Skill.
Possesses a high defensive effect against the effects of magecrafts・Skills・Noble Phantasms that influence the mind.
At times a man, at times a woman. Even the body is made to change...
Whatever she is alive or exists as a Heroic Spirit, whatever her body is that of a man or a woman, there is only one path for her to take.
To remain as a knight of the white lily.
D'Eon shall continue to offer her loyalty to the Master, and to the French royal family.
シュヴァリエ・デオン - セイバー
- Looks of Loveliness: C
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