Phantom of the Opera - Assassin
Illustrator and Voice actor
Voice Actor: Ryōtarō Okiayu
Noble Phantasm: B
Innocent Monster: D
Alluring Nightingale: B
Mental Pollution: A
Presence Concealment: A
Christine, Christine - Resound in Hell Itself, My Love Song
The mysterious person that appeared in the novel set on 19th Century, "The Phantom of the Opera"-- probably the individual that became its model.
Living in a huge labyrinth waterway beneath the opera house, he was charmed by a young actress, guided her into becoming a songstress and performed serial murders for the sake of his unfulfilled love.
Level 1 Bond
Source: "The Phantom of the Opera"
Alignment: Chaotic Evil Gender: Male
A man that concealed a cursed, grotesque face with a skull mask.
Level 2 Bond
Normally he is indeed gentlemanly. However, he is not a true gentleman, but merely playing the part of "myself as a gentleman".
Great sorrow and hatred are hidden beneath his mask, he is aware that, once they start to overflow, a tragedy will occur.
Level 3 Bond
As the model for the novel "The Phantom of the Opera", he received the influence of the work and his face became grotesque, while his arms also turned into something strange-looking. If he removes his gloves, talons sharper than large knifes are exposed.
Level 4 Bond
"Resound in Hell Itself, My Love Song"
Rank: B Type: Anti-Army
A gigantic musical instrument much like a pipe-organ, produced by combining the corpses of his past victims.
Level 5 Bond
Maybe the sinful deed that Uryuu Ryuunosuke attempted through trial and error had already been completed in the 19th Century-- or maybe the image of a cruel, mysterious person was sublimated into a Noble Phantasm.
By matching it with the singing voice that his own grotesque vocal organs possess, this Noble Phantasm scatters an invisible magical damage.
He becomes emotionally attached to the Master while saying "what a wonderful lovely voice". He is mixing you up with the songstress of the past.
His wish for the Holy Grail is "for the songstress that I guided to receive the greatest honor in the world". Therefore, he will probably care for the Master more than anything.