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Demon God

Demon God

The seventy-two Demon Gods (魔神, Majin?) of Solomon are his familiars. There is an art for employing daemons among the knowledge that King Solomon left behind, but said manuscript would later be named Lemegeton or Goetia.[1] In Fate/Grand Order, they are referred to as Demon God Pillars (魔神柱, Majinchuu?) for their appearance, with the term for "pillar" (柱, chū?) being a literal interpretation of the collective noun used in Japanese for the 72 Demons of the Goetia (ソロモン王の72柱の魔神, lit. "the 72 pillars of King Solomon's Demon Gods"?).

CharacteristicsEdit

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Each has their own distinctive personality, but they are also a hive-mind coalesced into Beast I, Goetia, that took over the body of Solomon after his death.[2][3]

The Demon Gods' pillar forms can differ in appearance but they all share a similar shape, resembling a cephalopod tentacle with rings of eyes (either round or angular) in place of suckers. Colors vary depending on the pillar, though a large number have black skin and red eyes.

HistoryEdit

Following Solomon's death and Goetia assuming his identity, a curse was implanted into the Magic Crests of select magus bloodlines which would transform the carriers of the crest into Demon Gods after a set amount of time, erasing their original personality. To ensure that the bloodlines would survive to the designated time, the story of the Coronal Rank DesignationGrand Order was spread as a way of preventing suicide. With his servants appearing at certain intervals over 3000 years, creating singularities and harvesting energy, Goetia gathered the energy required for Ars Almadel Salomonis and his plan.[4]

In the final singularity, "Salomon: Grand Time Temple", all of the seventy-two Demon Pillars were manifested. Each of the bases within the singularity; the Melting Furnace (溶鉱炉, Yōkōro?), the Information Center (情報室, Jōhō-shitsu?, lit. "Information Room"), the Observatory (観測所, Kansokusho?), the Control Tower (管制塔, Kanseitō?), the Armory (兵装舎, Heisō-sha?), the Gazing Star (覗覚星?, lit. "Star of Secretive Surveillance"), the Chamber of Life (生命院, Seimei-in?, lit. "Institute of Life") and the Trash Heap (廃棄孔, Haiki kō?, lit. "Disposal Chute"), were administrated by nine pillars unified under a representative, with Goetia on the throne acting as the Control Center (統括局, Tōkatsu-kyoku?, lit. "Bureau of Unification"). Though each of the Demon Pillars regenerated upon defeat, the Servants from the previous singularities manifested and fought them to create an opportunity for Ritsuka Fujimaru to reach the throne.[5][4][6][7][8][9][10][11][12][13]

After the true Solomon's sacrifice through Ars Nova, returning the gifts he had received from God to the heavens and removing Goetia's immortality, the pillars fell into disarray and eventually ceased activity as Goetia collapsed.[3]

It is later revealed that Baal, Phenex, Zepar and Raum survived Goetia's destruction.[14]

Known Demon GodsEdit

ArmoryEdit

FocalorEdit

Focalor (フォカロル, Fokaroru?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Armory.[10]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Folcar soon abandoned survival.[3]

FurfurEdit

Furfur (フルフル, Furufuru?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Armory.[10]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Furfur soon abandoned survival.[3]

HalphasEdit

Halphas (ハルファス, Harufasu?) is incarnated through Cú Chulainn Alter in America, and later appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as the representative of the pillars that administrate the Armory.[10]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Halphas soon abandoned survival.[3]

MalphasEdit

Malphas (マルファス, Marufasu?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Armory.[10]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Malphas soon abandoned survival.[3]

MarchosiasEdit

Marchosias (マルコシアス, Marukoshiasu?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Armory.[10]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Marchosias soon abandoned survival.[3]

PhenexEdit

Main article: Phenex


RaumEdit

Main article: Raum


StolasEdit

Stolas (ストラス, Sutorasu?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Armory.[10]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Stolas soon abandoned survival.[3]

VeparEdit

Vepar (ウェパル, Weparu?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Armory.[10]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Vepar soon abandoned survival.[3]

Melting FurnaceEdit

AimEdit

Aim (アイム, Aimu?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Melting Furnace.[6]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Aim's union with the other pillars was soon dissolved.[3]

BathinEdit

Bathin (バティン, Batin?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Melting Furnace.[6]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Bathin's union with the other pillars was soon dissolved.[3]

BotisEdit

Botis (ボディス, Bodisu?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Melting Furnace.[6]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Botis's union with the other pillars was soon dissolved.[3]

IposEdit

Ipos (イポス, Iposu?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Melting Furnace.[6]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Ipos's union with the other pillars was soon dissolved.[3]

MoraxEdit

Morax (モラクス, Morakusu?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Melting Furnace.[6]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Morax's union with the other pillars was soon dissolved.[3]

NaberiusEdit

Naberius (ナベリウス, Naberiusu?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as the representative of the pillars that administrate the Melting Furnace.[6]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Naberius's union with the other pillars was soon dissolved.[3]

PursonEdit

Purson (プルソン, Puruson?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Melting Furnace.[6]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Purson's union with the other pillars was soon dissolved.[3]

SaleosEdit

Saleos (サレオス, Sareosu?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Melting Furnace.[6]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Saleos's union with the other pillars was soon dissolved.[3]

ZeparEdit

Main article: Zepar


Control TowerEdit

BarbatosEdit

Barbatos (バルバトス, Barubatosu?) is incarnated through Makiri Zouken in London, and later appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as the representative of the pillars that administrate the Control Tower.[9]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Barbatos soon ceased its activity.[3]

BelethEdit

Beleth (ベレト, Bereto?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Control Tower.[9]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Beleth soon crossed the line of no recovery.[3]

BuerEdit

Buer (ブエル, Bueru?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Control Tower.[9]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Buer soon ceased its activity.[3]

CaimEdit

Caim (カイム, Kaimu?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Control Tower.[9]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Caim stopped its attack and decided to engage in discussions with the Heroic Spirits together with Eligos and Gusion.[3]

EligosEdit

Eligos (エリゴス, Erigosu?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Control Tower.[9]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Eligos stopped its attack and decided to engage in discussions with the Heroic Spirits together with Caim and Gusion.[3]

GusionEdit

Gusion (グシオン, Gushion?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Control Tower.[9]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Gusion stopped its attack and decided to engage in discussions with the Heroic Spirits together with Caim and Eligos, informing Goetia that they were abandoning him.[3]

LerajeEdit

Leraje (レラジェ, Reraje?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Control Tower.[9]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Leraje soon crossed the line of no recovery.[3]

PaimonEdit

Paimon (パイモン?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Control Tower.[9]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Paimon soon ceased its activity.[3]

SitriEdit

Sitri (シトリー, Shitorī?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Control Tower.[9]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Sitri soon crossed the line of no recovery.[3]

Trash HeapEdit

AmyEdit

Amy (アミー, Amī?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Trash Heap.[13]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Amy self-destructed.[3]

AndromaliusEdit

Andromalius (アンドロマリウス, Andoromariusu?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as the representative of the pillars that administrate the Trash Heap.[13] The second Demon God pillar. Andromalius also appears in Edmond Dantès's first Interlude.[15]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Andromalius was the second-to-last pillar to cease activity.[3]

BelialEdit

Belial (ベリアル, Beriaru?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Trash Heap.[13]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Belial was among the last to fall, slain by their enemies.[3]

DantalionEdit

Dantalion (ダンタリオン, Dantarion?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Trash Heap.[13]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Dantalion was the third-to-last pillar to cease activity.[3]

DecarabiaEdit

Decarabia (デカラビア, Dekarabia?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Trash Heap.[13]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Decarabia was among the last to fall, slain by their enemies.[3]

GremoryEdit

Gremory (グレモリー, Guremorī?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Trash Heap.[13]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Gremory self-destructed.[3]

MurmurEdit

Murmur (ムルムル, Murumuru?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Trash Heap.[13]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Murmur self-destructed.[3]

OseEdit

Ose (オセ?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Trash Heap.[13]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Ose self-destructed.[3]

SeereEdit

Seere (セーレ, Sēre?), also known as Seir, appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Trash Heap.[13]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Seere was among the last to fall, slain by their enemies.[3]

Chamber of LifeEdit

BalamEdit

Balam (バラム, Baramu?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Chamber of Life.[12]

BifronsEdit

Bifrons (ビフロンス, Bifuronsu?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Chamber of Life.[12]

CrocellEdit

Crocell (クロケル, Kurokeru?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Chamber of Life.[12]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Crocell gave its magical energy to revive Sabnock, Shax, Vine, Bifrons, Uvall, Haagenti, Furcas and Balam, wishing for them kill their enemies as it disappeared.[3]

FurcasEdit

Furcas (フルカス, Furukasu?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Chamber of Life.[12]

HaagentiEdit

Haagenti (ハーゲンティ, Hāgenti?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Chamber of Life.[12] Haagenti also appears in Medea Lily's second Interlude, summoned by her in order to use its magical power as a pancake ingredient, much to its dismay.[16]

SabnockEdit

Sabnock (サブナック, Sabunakku?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as the representative of the pillars that administrate the Chamber of Life.[12]

ShaxEdit

Shax (シャックス, Shakkusu?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Chamber of Life.[12]

UvallEdit

Uvall (ウヴァル, Uvaru?), also known as Vual, appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Chamber of Life.[12]

VineEdit

Vine (ヴィネ?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Chamber of Life.[12]

Information CenterEdit

AmdusiasEdit

Amdusias (アムドゥシアス, Amudushiasu?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Information Center.[7] According to Mozart, he was a possible candidate for becoming Amdusias but sold his soul to music rather than demons, with someone else becoming Amdusias instead.[6]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Amdusias's union with the other pillars was soon dissolved.[3]

AndrasEdit

Main article: Andras

AndrealphusEdit

Andrealphus (アンドレアルフス, Andorearufusu?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Information Center.[7]

FlaurosEdit

Flauros (フラウロス, Furaurosu?) is incarnated through Lev Lainur Flauros in Rome, and later appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as the representative of the pillars that administrate the Information Center.[7] The first Demon God pillar.

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Flauros was the final pillar to cease activity.[3]

KimarisEdit

Kimaris (キマリス, Kimarisu?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Information Center.[7]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Kimaris's union with the other pillars was soon dissolved.[3]

OriasEdit

Orias (オリアス, Oriasu?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Information Center.[7]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Orias's union with the other pillars was soon dissolved.[3]

ValacEdit

Valac (ウァラク, Waraku?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Information Center.[7]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Valac's union with the other pillars was soon dissolved.[3]

VapulaEdit

Vapula (ウァプラ, Wapura?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Information Center.[7]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Vapula's union with the other pillars was soon dissolved.[3]

ZaganEdit

Zagan (ザガン?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Information Center.[7]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Zagan's union with the other pillars was soon dissolved.[3]

ObservatoryEdit

AsmodeusEdit

Asmodeus (アスモダイ, Asumodai?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Observatory.[8]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Asmodeus's union with the other pillars was soon rejected.[3]

AstarothEdit

Astaroth (アスタロス, Asutarosu?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Observatory.[8]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Astaroth's union with the other pillars was soon rejected.[3]

BerithEdit

Berith (ベリト, Berito?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Observatory.[8]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Berith's union with the other pillars was soon rejected.[3]

BuneEdit

Bune (ブネ?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Observatory.[8]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Bune's union with the other pillars was soon rejected.[3]

ForasEdit

Foras (フォラス, Forasu?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Observatory.[8]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Foras's union with the other pillars was soon rejected.[3]

ForneusEdit

Forneus (フォルネウス, Foruneusu?) is incarnated through Jason in Okeanos, and later appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as the representative of the pillars that administrate the Observatory.[8]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Forneus's union with the other pillars was soon rejected.[3]

GaapEdit

Gaap (ガープ, Gāpu?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Observatory.[8]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, a trembling Gaap reported the situation to Goetia and urged him to begin the time leap.[3]

Glasya-LabolasEdit

Glasya-Labolas (グラシャ=ラボラス, Gurasha-Raboras?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Observatory.[8] It was also summoned to fight alongside Nursery Rhyme during the "Prisma Causeway" event.[17]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Glasya-Labolas's union with the other pillars was soon rejected.[3]

RonoveEdit

Ronove (ロノウェ, Ronowe?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Observatory.[8]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Ronove's union with the other pillars was soon rejected.[3]

Gazing StarEdit

AamonEdit

Aamon (アモン, Amon?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as the representative of the pillars that administrate the Gazing Star.[11]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Aamon underwent a triple pillar union with Valefar and Marbas, and fought to the end.[3]

AgaresEdit

Agares (アガレス, Agaresu?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Gazing Star.[11]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Agares collapsed because of self-contradiction.[3]

AllocerEdit

Allocer (アロケル, Arokeru?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Gazing Star.[11]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Allocer protected the Heroic Spirits with Orobas and was destroyed.[3]

BaalEdit

Main article: Baal

GamiginEdit

Gamigin (ガミジン, Gamijin?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Gazing Star.[11]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Gamigin collapsed because of self-contradiction.[3]

MalepharEdit

Malephar (マレファル, Marefaru?), also known as Valefar, appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Gazing Star.[11]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Valefar underwent a triple pillar union with Aamon and Marbas, and fought to the end.[3]

MarbasEdit

Marbas (マルバス, Marubasu?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Gazing Star.[11]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Marbas underwent a triple pillar union with Aamon and Valefar, and fought to the end.[3]

OrobasEdit

Orobas (オロバス, Orobasu?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Gazing Star.[11]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Orobas protected the Heroic Spirits with Allocer and was destroyed.[3]

VassagoEdit

Vassago (ウァサゴ, Wasago?) appears in the "Salomon: Grand Time Temple" singularity as one of the pillars that administrate the Gazing Star.[11]

When Ars Nova removed Goetia's immortality and his defeat sent the pillars into disarray, Vassago collapsed because of self-contradiction.[3]

OtherEdit

Amun-RaEdit

The Great God Amun-Ra (大神アモン・ラー, Ōkami Amun-Rā?) is the form Ozymandias takes in the Camelot Order. Utilizing the Demon God Aamon, Ozymandias is able to attach the name "Amun-Ra" to the Demon God to transform it into a full Divine Spirit temporarily.[18] Amun-Ra also appears in Arash's first Interlude.[19]

Clan CalatinEdit


Main article: Clan Calatin

Medb uses Clan Calatin to manifest a composite being made up of twenty-eight Demon Gods.

Coconut MilkEdit

Demon God Coconut Milk (魔神ココナッツミルク?) was a pillar which was fought in the epilogue of the Servant Summer Festival.[20]

Demon Pillars (Seraphix)Edit

During the Seraphix incident, with her possession by Zepar and her subsequent transformation into Beast III/R, Kiara Sessyoin begat a large number of nameless Demon Pillars.[21][22]

Golden Demon Taiko HideyoshiEdit

Main article: Andras


ReferencesEdit

  1. 3.00 3.01 3.02 3.03 3.04 3.05 3.06 3.07 3.08 3.09 3.10 3.11 3.12 3.13 3.14 3.15 3.16 3.17 3.18 3.19 3.20 3.21 3.22 3.23 3.24 3.25 3.26 3.27 3.28 3.29 3.30 3.31 3.32 3.33 3.34 3.35 3.36 3.37 3.38 3.39 3.40 3.41 3.42 3.43 3.44 3.45 3.46 3.47 3.48 3.49 3.50 3.51 3.52 3.53 3.54 3.55 3.56 3.57 3.58 3.59
  2. 4.0 4.1 Fate/Grand Order - Salomon: The Grand Time Temple, Chapter 1: Sector of the Beast
  3. Fate/Grand Order - Salomon: The Grand Time Temple, Prologue
  4. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 6.6 6.7 6.8 6.9 Fate/Grand Order - Salomon: The Great Time Temple, Chapter 2: Melting Furnace Naberius
  5. 7.0 7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 7.5 7.6 7.7 7.8 Fate/Grand Order - Salomon: The Great Time Temple, Chapter 3: Information Center Flauros
  6. 8.0 8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 8.5 8.6 8.7 8.8 8.9 Fate/Grand Order - Salomon: The Great Time Temple, Chapter 4: Observatory Forneus
  7. 9.0 9.1 9.2 9.3 9.4 9.5 9.6 9.7 9.8 9.9 Fate/Grand Order - Salomon: The Great Time Temple, Chapter 5: Control Tower Barbatos
  8. 10.0 10.1 10.2 10.3 10.4 10.5 10.6 10.7 Fate/Grand Order - Salomon: The Great Time Temple, Chapter 6: Armory Halphas
  9. 11.0 11.1 11.2 11.3 11.4 11.5 11.6 11.7 11.8 Fate/Grand Order - Salomon: The Great Time Temple, Chapter 7: Gazing Star Aamon
  10. 12.0 12.1 12.2 12.3 12.4 12.5 12.6 12.7 12.8 12.9 Fate/Grand Order - Salomon: The Great Time Temple, Chapter 8: Chamber of Life Sabnock
  11. 13.0 13.1 13.2 13.3 13.4 13.5 13.6 13.7 13.8 13.9 Fate/Grand Order - Salomon: The Great Time Temple, Chapter 9: Trash Heap Andromalius
  12. Fate/Grand Order - Shinjuku Phantom Spirit Incident: Malignant Quarantined Demonic Realm
  13. Fate/Grand Order - Edmond Dantès, Interlude I
  14. Fate/Grand Order - Medea Lily, Interlude II: The Pancake of Happiness
  15. Fate/Grand Order - Prisma Causeway
  16. Fate/Grand Order - Camelot: The Sacred Round Table Realm
  17. Fate/Grand Order - Arash, Interlude I
  18. Fate/Grand Order - Servant Summer Festival, Epilogue
  19. Fate/Grand Order - SE.RA.PH. - Deep-Sea Cyber-Nirvana
  20. Fate/Grand Order - SE.RA.PH. - Deep-Sea Cyber-Nirvana, Chapter 5: Curtainfall
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