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, Majinchū?) 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"?).

Characteristics[edit | edit source]

Demon God Another type

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.

History[edit | edit source]

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, "Solomon: 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 Gods[edit | edit source]

Armory[edit | edit source]

Focalor[edit | edit source]

Focalor (フォカロル, Fokaroru?) appears in the "Solomon: 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, Focalor soon abandoned survival.[3]

Furfur[edit | edit source]

Furfur (フルフル, Furufuru?) appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Halphas[edit | edit source]

Halphas (ハルファス, Harufasu?) is incarnated through Cú Chulainn Alter in America, and later appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Malphas[edit | edit source]

Malphas (マルファス, Marufasu?) appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Marchosias[edit | edit source]

Marchosias (マルコシアス, Marukoshiasu?) appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Phenex[edit | edit source]

Main article: Phenex


Raum[edit | edit source]

Main article: Raum


Stolas[edit | edit source]

Stolas (ストラス, Sutorasu?) appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Vepar[edit | edit source]

Vepar (ウェパル, Weparu?) appears in the "Solomon: 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 Furnace[edit | edit source]

Aim[edit | edit source]

Aim (アイム, Aimu?) appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Bathin[edit | edit source]

Bathin (バティン, Batin?) appears in the "Solomon: 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]


Botis[edit | edit source]

Botis (ボディス, Botisu?) appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Ipos[edit | edit source]

Ipos (イポス, Iposu?) appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Morax[edit | edit source]

Morax (モラクス, Morakusu?) appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Naberius[edit | edit source]

Naberius (ナベリウス, Naberiusu?) appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Purson[edit | edit source]

Purson (プルソン, Puruson?) appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Saleos[edit | edit source]

Saleos (サレオス, Sareosu?) appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Zepar[edit | edit source]

Main article: Zepar


Control Tower[edit | edit source]

Barbatos[edit | edit source]

Barbatos (バルバトス, Barubatosu?) is incarnated through Makiri Zouken in London, and later appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Beleth[edit | edit source]

Beleth (ベレト, Bereto?) appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Buer[edit | edit source]

Buer (ブエル, Bueru?) appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Caim[edit | edit source]

Caim (カイム, Kaimu?) appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Eligos[edit | edit source]

Eligos (エリゴス, Erigosu?) appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Gusion[edit | edit source]

Gusion (グシオン, Gushion?) appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Leraje[edit | edit source]

Leraje (レラジェ, Reraje?) appears in the "Solomon: 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]


Paimon[edit | edit source]

Paimon (パイモン?) appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Sitri[edit | edit source]

Sitri (シトリー, Shitorī?) appears in the "Solomon: 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 Heap[edit | edit source]

Amy[edit | edit source]

Amy (アミー, Amī?) appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Andromalius[edit | edit source]

Andromalius (アンドロマリウス, Andoromariusu?) appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Belial[edit | edit source]

Belial (ベリアル, Beriaru?) appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Dantalion[edit | edit source]

Dantalion (ダンタリオン, Dantarion?) appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Decarabia[edit | edit source]

Decarabia (デカラビア, Dekarabia?) appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Gremory[edit | edit source]

Gremory (グレモリー, Guremorī?) appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Murmur[edit | edit source]

Murmur (ムルムル, Murumuru?) appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Ose[edit | edit source]

Ose (オセ?) appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Seere[edit | edit source]

Seere (セーレ, Sēre?, Seir) appears in the "Solomon: 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 Life[edit | edit source]

Balam[edit | edit source]

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

Bifrons[edit | edit source]

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

Crocell[edit | edit source]

Crocell (クロケル, Kurokeru?) appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Furcas[edit | edit source]

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

Haagenti[edit | edit source]

Haagenti (ハーゲンティ, Hāgenti?) appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Sabnock[edit | edit source]

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

Shax[edit | edit source]

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

Uvall[edit | edit source]

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

Vine[edit | edit source]

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

Information Center[edit | edit source]

Amdusias[edit | edit source]

Amdusias (アムドゥシアス, Amudushiasu?) appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Andras[edit | edit source]

Main article: Andras


Andrealphus[edit | edit source]

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

Flauros[edit | edit source]

Flauros (フラウロス, Furaurosu?) is incarnated through Lev Lainur Flauros in Rome, and later appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Kimaris[edit | edit source]

Kimaris (キマリス, Kimarisu?) appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Orias[edit | edit source]

Orias (オリアス, Oriasu?) appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Valac[edit | edit source]

Valac (ウァラク, Waraku?) appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Vapula[edit | edit source]

Vapula (ウァプラ, Wapura?) appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Zagan[edit | edit source]

Zagan (ザガン?) appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Observatory[edit | edit source]

Asmodeus[edit | edit source]

Asmodeus (アスモダイ, Asumodai?) appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Astaroth[edit | edit source]

Astaroth (アスタロス, Asutarosu?) appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Berith[edit | edit source]

Berith (ベリト, Berito?) appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Bune[edit | edit source]

Bune (ブネ?) appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Foras[edit | edit source]

Foras (フォラス, Forasu?) appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Forneus[edit | edit source]

Forneus (フォルネウス, Foruneusu?) is incarnated through Jason in Okeanos, and later appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Gaap[edit | edit source]

Gaap (ガープ, Gāpu?) appears in the "Solomon: 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-Labolas[edit | edit source]

Glasya-Labolas (グラシャ=ラボラス, Gurasha-Raboras?) appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Ronove[edit | edit source]

Ronove (ロノウェ, Ronowe?) appears in the "Solomon: 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 Star[edit | edit source]

Aamon[edit | edit source]

Aamon (アモン, Amon?) appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Agares[edit | edit source]

Agares (アガレス, Agaresu?) appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Allocer[edit | edit source]

Allocer (アロケル, Arokeru?) appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Baal[edit | edit source]

Main article: Baal


Gamigin[edit | edit source]

Gamigin (ガミジン, Gamijin?) appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Malephar[edit | edit source]

Malephar (マレファル, Marefaru?, Valefar) appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Marbas[edit | edit source]

Marbas (マルバス, Marubasu?) appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Orobas[edit | edit source]

Orobas (オロバス, Orobasu?) appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Vassago[edit | edit source]

Vassago (ウァサゴ, Wasago?) appears in the "Solomon: 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]

Other[edit | edit source]

Amun-Ra[edit | edit source]

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 Calatin[edit | edit source]


Main article: Clan Calatin

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

Coconut Milk[edit | edit source]

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 | edit source]

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]


Demon God Pillars Cultivation and Harvest[edit | edit source]

Cultivation (Left) and Harvest (Right)

Demon God Pillar Cultivation (魔神柱:耕作?) and Demon God Pillar Harvest (魔神柱:収穫?) are two enemies introduced in Fate/Grand Order Arcade.

Demon God Pillars Evil and Fog[edit | edit source]

Fog (left) and Evil (Right)

Demon God Pillar - Evil (魔神柱・魔?) and Demon God Pillar - Fog (魔神柱・霧?) are two enemies introduced in Fate/Grand Order Arcade.

Golden Demon Taiko Hideyoshi[edit | edit source]

Main article: Andras


References[edit | edit source]

  1. [v] Fate/Grand Order - Solomon (Grand Caster) Profile [T]

    Solomon - Grand Caster

    Illustrator and Voice actor
    Illustrator: Takeuchi Takashi

    Parameters
    Strength: E
    Endurance: E
    Agility: B
    Magic: A++
    Luck: A++
    Noble Phantasm: A++

    Character details
    An individual from 1011~931 BC.
    The Third King of Ancient Israel
    The great king who made Ancient Israel prosper the most.
    Employing 72 demon gods, and also the first individual who build the Temple of Israel.
    He performed excellent political measures as a king, but beside that also have many anecdotes as a magus.

    Level 1 Bond
    Solomon married with the daughter of an Egyptian Pharaoh, but it has been said that, later, God appeared while he was dreaming on his bed and said "you are qualified. Speak your wishes. I'll shall grant it".
    Rather than gold or political power, he sought wisdom more than anything. God was satisfied. For that answer itself was proof that he had the qualifications to attain "true wisdom".
    When he woke up, Solomon had ten rings inserted on both hands. It was the proof of the wise man recognized by God. Later, it would be called Ring of Solomon, the source of the magecraft that employs angels and demons.

    Level 2 Bond

    • Revelation: B

    To hear the "voice of heavens" and take optimum action.
    "Instinct" is a sixth sense for battles, but Revelation accommodates all matters concerning the achievement of an objective (for instance, to choose the most suitable path during a trip).
    Solomon received a revelation only once, but based on said revelation he established a phenomena operation technique--- that is, a magecraft that could be performed even by the hands of a common man (up until then, magecraft was the work of only those who stand in row to god).

    Level 3 Bond
    King Solomon accomplished only one miracle, but, on the other hand, that exemplifies his prudence.
    It is better to be made known to the people that "the king is receiving God's protection" only once. Because any more miracles than that will either frighten or corrupt the people.
    Even without using magecraft, Solomon had his reputation as King of Magecraft spread to the neighboring countries and left this world as a wise king.

    Level 4 Bond

    • Evocation: EX

    A magecraft that evokes spiritual bodies from the past, or possibly from the future.
    Solomon's evocation - which tells about the spiritual existences called "72 demon gods" and establishes them as capable familiars - is worthy of the name of King of Magecraft.
    There is an art for employing demons among the knowledge that King Solomon left behind, but said manuscript would later be named Lemegeton or Goetia.

    Level 5 Bond

    • Ring of Solomon: EX

    The rings inserted in his ten fingers that were given by God.
    The proof of a king, the founder of magecraft.
    In case all ten rings are together, any and all magecrafts performed by mankind are negated and placed under his subordination.

    • Clairvoyance: EX

    It has been said that Solomon's clairvoyance can see through the past and the future.

    Interlude
    "The Time of Birth Has Come, He Is The One Who Master Everything"
    Ars Almadel Salomonis.
    King Solomon's Third Noble Phantasm. The "|" of original sin.
    At a first glance it looks like a ring of light that encircles the Earth, but in reality it is an aggregation of some hundred millions lines of light.
    Each one of these lines carry extreme damage values comparable to Excalibur, an A Rank Noble Phantasm.
    Unfortunately, there is nothing on the surface of the Earth that surpasses the heat value of this Noble Phantasm.

    ソロモン - グランドキャスター

    イラストレーター・声優
    ILLUST:武内崇

    パラメータ
    筋力:E
    耐力:E
    敏捷:B
    魔力:A++
    幸運:A++
    宝具:A++

    キャラクター詳細
    紀元前1011年~931年の人物。
    古代イスラエルの第三代王。
    古代イスラエルを最も栄えさせた偉大な王。
    七十二柱の魔神を使役し、はじめにイスラエル神殿を築いた人物でもある。
    王として優れた政策を行ったが、それ以外にも魔術師としての逸話が多い。

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    ソロモンはエジプトのファラオの娘を娶ったが、その後、夢枕に神が現れ「汝に資格あり。望みを口にせよ。願うものを与えよう」と告げたという。
    ソロモンは黄金や権力より、なにより知恵を求めた。神はこれに満足する。その答えこそ「真の叡智」に至る資格を持つ事の証だったからだ。
    ソロモンが目を覚ますと、その両手には十の指輪がはめられていた。これこそ神に認められた知恵者の証。後にソロモンの指輪と呼ばれる、天使や悪魔を使役する魔術の源泉だった。

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    ○啓示:B
    "天からの声"を聞き、最適な行動をとる。
    『直感』は戦闘における第六感だが、啓示は目標の達成に関する事象全て(例えば旅の途中で最適の道を選ぶ)に適応する。
    ソロモンが啓示を受けたのはただ一度きりだが、彼はその啓示を元に只人の手でも行える現象操作術―――即ち、魔術を確立した。(それまで魔術は神に連なる者のみの業だった)

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    ソロモン王が奇跡を成したのは一度きりだが、それは転じて彼の賢明さを示している。
    民に「王は神の加護を得ている」と知らしめるのは一度だけでいい。
    それ以上の奇跡は民たちを恐れさせ、また堕落させるからだ。
    ソロモンは魔術を使わないまま魔術の王として近隣諸国に名を広め、賢王のままこの世を去った。

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    ○召喚術:EX
    過去、あるいは未来から霊体を喚起する魔術。
    “七十二柱の魔神”と呼ばれる霊的存在を語りあげ、有能な使い魔として成立させたソロモンの召喚術は魔術の王の名に恥じないものだ。
    ソロモン王が残した知識に悪魔を使役する術があるが、その写本は後にレメゲトン、あるいはゲーティアと名付けられた。

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    ○ソロモンの指輪:EX
    神から授かった十指にはめる指輪。
    魔術の祖、王の証でもある。
    十の指輪がすべて揃っている場合、人類が行うあらゆる魔術を無効化し、また配下に納める。

    ○千里眼:EX
    ソロモンの千里眼は過去と未来を見通すという。

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    『誕生の時きたれり、其は全てを修めるもの』
    アルス・アルマデル・サロモニス。
    ソロモン王の第三宝具。原罪のⅠ。
    一見すると地球を囲む光の輪だが、その実態は幾億もの光の線の集合体である。
    線の一本一本がAランク宝具であるエクスカリバーに匹敵する極大ダメージを持つ。
    残念ながら、この宝具の熱量を上回るものは地球上には存在しない。

  2. [v] Fate/Grand Order - Goetia (Beast I) Profile [T]

    Goetia - Beast I

    Illustrator and Voice actor
    Illustrator: Kotetsu Yamanaka
    Voice Actor: Tomokazu Sugita

    Parameters
    Strength: A
    Endurance: A
    Agility: D
    Mana: A+
    Luck: B
    Noble Phantasm: A+++

    Profile
    The aggregate-body of the 72 demons.
    After King Solomon’s death, the 72 demons that were sealed away inside his corpse awakened to their own ideology, swindled Solomon’s name (although, from their point of view, they are the true King of Magecraft Solomon) and embarked on a new venture to convert the entire mankind into energy.

    To begin with, the 72 demons were “a system to efficiently promote proper reason” invented by the founder of (human) magecraft, Solomon.
    Said system grieved and raged against the relationship between King Solomon and humans, becoming a curse that takes action to conquer “the imperfectness of humans” that King Solomon continued to ignore.

    Its name is anthropic principle incineration formula, Goetia.
    A magecraft with its own will that was devised in order to attain true wisdom, and is now attempting to reach the origin while making use of the entire human history.

    Unlock: Return
    "The Time of Birth Has Come, He Is The One Who Masters Everything"
    Rank: EX  Type: Anti-Unit
    Ars Almadel Salomonis.
    Third Noble Phantasm. The "|" of original sin. A belt of light that announces mankind’s demise.
    As something that converted the entire human history into heat values, a time travel of vast amounts of years is made possible by collecting, accelerating and converging some hundred millions of this belt of light.

    Unlock: Return
    A Beast that called itself King of Demons.
    He possesses an almightiness that causes the entire logic of the universe to obey him, and a sense of intimidation that seems to say that he hates all of mankind.
    Ten rings have been inserted on the fingers of his two hands, but that on the middle finger of his right hand alone is a replica.

    Since he has King Solomon as a base, his personality is intellectual (albeit frightening).
    That being said, as he is the aggregate-body of the 72 demons, his personality・disposition amounts to 72.
    Because he is an individual and a colony, whenever talking to others, a “demon” resembling the other party comes to surface.
    This is the reason why Goetia’s disposition is evaluated as that of a “mirror”.

    He is an omnipotent being that even King Solomon could not reach. Originally, he would have more than enough qualifications as a king that rules over men.
    However, he could not understand humans due being almighty, could not achieve an answer due being immortal, and thus was unable to become “a human king”.

    Unlock: Return

    • Evocation: EX

    A magecraft that evokes spiritual bodies from the past, or possibly from the future.
    After the death of King Solomon, the concept of “72 demons” that he left behind(1) nested inside the remains of King Solomon and was reborn after a long time as “someone” that put on the mask of King Solomon.
    Although he cannot perform heroic spirit summoning nor invoke normal familiars, he can freely summon any of the 72 demons on the present age.
    Maybe it is easier to understand if described as a converter that projects the “fictional demons” nested within King Solomon’s inner world on the physical world.

    • Revelation: -

    A skill to hear the voice of heavens and take optimum action.
    Because this is a skill held by the soul, Goetia - who nested on King Solomon’s remains - cannot use it.

    • Clairvoyance: EX

    Because Clairvoyance is a skill furnished on the flesh, Goetia can also use it.

    Unlock: Return
    Goetia’s objective is to reach the apex---
    To become the sole existence in this planet.
    Despite knowing of their helplessness, their ugliness, Solomon accepted humans without correcting them.
    But the demons could not accept this, and eventually concluded that there is no value to humans and the future, and feared the result called extinction.
    Their own extinction was a matter of course, but they felt repugnance over the conclusion of “everything disappearing”.

    Unlock: Return
    And thus, Goetia resumed activity by making king Solomon’s corpse into his nest, but there was a great dilemma in his way of being.

    In spite of asserting that humans had no value, the demons could not exist without being employed by humans.
    The disgrace of having to remain under humans - the sole and greatest “waste of resources” in this universe - despite being life forms of a higher dimension.
    Goetia could not accept such contradictions and unfaithfulness, and set out on a quest of self-reform.

    Reset the objective of serving humans.
    Absolute proof that he is the highest existence in this planet.
    Reaching the apex that not even Solomon could attain.
    In other words, the beginning of the great venture of becoming God.

    Unlock: Return
    And thus, Goetia---
    The enterprise of the one who called himself King of Magecraft Solomon began.
    He built holy grails as singularities that distorted history, embedded on human history magi that he designed (to transform into demons according to Goetia’s will) as offsprings and produced seven detonation points.
    That is the cause behind the collapse of the cornerstones of anthropic principle in each eras.
    When said scheme was concluded, mankind lost the future beyond 2016.

    His Class was determined by the achievements described above.
    Grand Caster and the likes are nothing but fake ranks.
    Created by humans, this is the great disaster that has most effectively misused human history.

    Its name is Beast I.
    One of the seven human vices, the beast carrying the principle of “pity” (the extravagance of humans pitying humans and being disappointed. Such is Goetia’s animality).

    (1): not as “leaving behind an inheritance”, but rather this has a connotation more along the lines of “deserting” or “departing somewhere and leaving another behind”;

    ゲーティア - ビーストⅠ

    イラストレーター・声優
    ILLUST:山中虎鉄
    CV:杉田智和

    パラメータ
    筋力:A
    耐力:A
    敏捷:D
    魔力:A+
    幸運:B
    宝具:A+++

    キャラクター詳細
    七十二柱の魔神、その集合体。
    ソロモン王死後、彼の骸の内側に封じられていた七十二柱の魔神たちは独自の思想に目覚め、ソロモンの名を騙って(彼らからすれば自分たちこそ魔術王ソロモンなのだが)人類総エネルギー化事業に乗り出した。

    そも七十二柱の魔神とは、(人間の)魔術の祖ソロモンが創り出した“正しい道理を、効率的に進めるシステム”である。
    それがソロモン王と人間たちの関係を嘆き、怒り、ソロモン王が無視し続けた“人間の不完全性”を克服しようと活動する呪いとなった。

    その名を人理焼却式ゲーティア。
    真の叡智にいたる為に編み出され、人類史すべてを利用して原初に至ろうとする、意思を持った魔術である。

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    『誕生の時きたれり、其は全てを修めるもの』
    ランク:EX  種別:対人宝具
    アルス・アルマデス・サロニモス。
    第三宝具。原罪のI。人類終了を告げる光帯。
    人類史すべてを熱量に変換したもので、この光帯を何億と集め、加速、収束させる事で、膨大な年月の時間逆行をも可能とする。

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    自らを魔神王と名乗ったビースト。
    天地の理すべてを従わせる全能感、人類すべてを憎むといわんばかりの威圧感を持つ。
    その両手指には十個の指輪がはめられていたが、右手の中指のものだけレプリカだった。

    ソロモン王がベースなので(恐ろしいが)理知的な性格。
    とはいえ七十二柱の魔神柱の集合体なので、その性格・性質は七十二に及ぶ。
    個人であり群体である為、余人と対話する時は、その相手に似た『魔神柱』が表面に現れる。
    ゲーティアの性質が『鏡』と評されたのはこの為。

    彼はソロモン王ですら到達できなかった全能者である。本来であれば人を統べる王として充分な資格がある。
    だが全能である以上は人間を理解できず、不死である以上は答えに辿り着けず、故に、『人の王』にはなり得なかった。

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    ○召喚術:EX
    過去、あるいは未来から霊体を喚起する魔術。
    ソロモン王の死後、置き去りにされた“七十二柱の魔神”の概念はソロモン王の遺体の中に巣くい、長い年月を経てソロモン王の皮を被った“何者か”として新生した。
    英霊召喚や通常の使い魔は呼び出せないものの、七十二柱の魔神であれば自在に現世に召喚できる。
    ソロモン王の内界に巣くった“架空の魔神”たちを外界に投射する変換器、と言えば分かりやすい。

    ○啓示:-
    天からの声を聞き、最適な行動をとるスキル。
    これは魂が持つスキルな為、ソロモン王の遺体に巣くったゲーティアには使用できない。

    ○千里眼:EX
    千里眼は肉体に備わったスキルであるため、ゲーティアにも使用可能。

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    ゲーティアの目的は極点に至る事────
    この星において唯一の存在になる事だった。
    ソロモンは人間の救われなさ、醜さを知ったうえでこれを正す事なく死を受け入れた。
    しかし魔神たちはこれを良しとせず、人間と未来に価値はないと結論し消滅という結果を恐れた。
    自己の消滅はもとより、あらゆるものは消滅する、という結末を嫌悪したのだ。

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    かくしてゲーティアはソロモン王の亡骸を巣にする事で活動を再開したが、その在り方には大きなジレンマがあった。

    人間に価値はないと断言しながら、魔神である彼らは人間に使役されなければ存在できない。
    高次元の生命でありながら、この宇宙唯一にして最大の『無駄遣い』である人間の下にいなくてはならない恥辱。
    ゲーティアはその矛盾と不誠実さに良しとせず、自己変革に乗り出した。

    人間に仕えるという目的の再設定。
    この星で最高の存在であることの絶対証明。
    ソロモンにもなし得なかった極点への到達。
    すなわち、神に至る大事業の始まりである。

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    かくしてゲーティア────
    魔術王ソロモンを名乗るモノの事業は始まった。
    彼は歴史を狂わせる特異点として聖杯を造り、自分がデザインした魔術師たち(ゲーティアの意思で魔神へと変貌する)を子孫として人類史にちりばめ、七つの起爆点を作り出した。
    それが各年代における人理定礎崩壊の原因である。
    その企みが成立した段階で、人類から2016年以降の未来は消滅した。

    以上の功績をもって彼のクラスは決定された。
    グランドキャスターなぞ偽りの冠位。
    其は人間が生み出した、人類史をもっとも有効に悪用した大災害。

    その名をビーストⅠ。
    七つの人類悪のひとつ、『憐憫』の理を持つ獣である。
    (人が人を哀れみ失望するという奢り。それこそがゲーティアの獣性である)

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    [v] Fate/Grand Order - Final Singularity, Chapter 13

    I was omnipotent.
    It was not omnipotence possessed because Solomon created me thus.
    We were originally born of Distortions within the activities of the human psyche --
    a Collective of Demon Gods (魔神, Majin, lit. "jinn") which had obtained Names and Powers.
    I was from the beginning a Transcendent One,
    and when We were become, omnipotence and omniscience were had.

    私は全能だった。
    ソロモンがそう創ったからではない。
    我々はもとより人間の精神活動の 歪(ひず)みとして生まれ、
    名称と能力を獲得した 魔神(もの)を束ねた 群体(もの)。
    私は初めから超越者であり、
    我々になった時、全能の力と視点を得た。

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  4. 4.0 4.1 Fate/Grand Order - Solomon: The Grand Time Temple, Chapter 1: Sector of the Beast
  5. Fate/Grand Order - Solomon: The Grand Time Temple, Prologue
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 6.6 6.7 6.8 6.9 Fate/Grand Order - Solomon: The Great Time Temple, Chapter 2: Melting Furnace Naberius
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 7.5 7.6 7.7 7.8 Fate/Grand Order - Solomon: The Great Time Temple, Chapter 3: Information Center Flauros
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 8.5 8.6 8.7 8.8 8.9 Fate/Grand Order - Solomon: The Great Time Temple, Chapter 4: Observatory Forneus
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 9.3 9.4 9.5 9.6 9.7 9.8 9.9 Fate/Grand Order - Solomon: The Great Time Temple, Chapter 5: Control Tower Barbatos
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 10.3 10.4 10.5 10.6 10.7 Fate/Grand Order - Solomon: The Great Time Temple, Chapter 6: Armory Halphas
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 11.3 11.4 11.5 11.6 11.7 11.8 Fate/Grand Order - Solomon: The Great Time Temple, Chapter 7: Gazing Star Aamon
  12. 12.0 12.1 12.2 12.3 12.4 12.5 12.6 12.7 12.8 12.9 Fate/Grand Order - Solomon: The Great Time Temple, Chapter 8: Chamber of Life Sabnock
  13. 13.0 13.1 13.2 13.3 13.4 13.5 13.6 13.7 13.8 13.9 Fate/Grand Order - Solomon: The Great Time Temple, Chapter 9: Trash Heap Andromalius
  14. Fate/Grand Order - Shinjuku Phantom Spirit Incident: Malignant Quarantined Demonic Realm
  15. Fate/Grand Order - Edmond Dantès, Interlude I
  16. Fate/Grand Order - Medea Lily, Interlude II: The Pancake of Happiness
  17. Fate/Grand Order - Prisma Causeway
  18. Fate/Grand Order - Camelot: The Sacred Round Table Realm
  19. Fate/Grand Order - Arash, Interlude I
  20. Fate/Grand Order - Servant Summer Festival, Epilogue
  21. Fate/Grand Order - SE.RA.PH. - Deep-Sea Cyber-Nirvana
  22. Fate/Grand Order - SE.RA.PH. - Deep-Sea Cyber-Nirvana, Chapter 5: Curtainfall
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Fate/Prototype: Fragmentse Manaka SajyouSaberElza SaijoArcherNigel SawardLancerShizuri Isemi‎RiderMisaya's fatherCasterTatsumi KitanoBerserkerSeiji JingaAssassin
Fate/Labyrinth Manaka SajyouNorma GoodfellowSaberArcherCasterAssassinGrayLord El-Melloi IIWolfgang Faustus
Fate/strange fake Ayaka SajyouPlayerSaberFalse LancerFalse ArcherFalse RiderFalse CasterFalse AssassinFalse BerserkerTiné ChelcTsubaki KuruokaOrlando ReeveJester KartureFlat EscardosWolfSigmaWatcherBazdilot CordelionTrue ArcherFrancescaTrue CasterTrue RiderTrue AssassinFilliaShamhat
Fate/Grand Order Characters in Fate/Grand Order
Lord El-Melloi II Case Files Main characters: Lord El-Melloi IIGrayReines El-Melloi Archisorte

Secondary characters: ClownFlat EscardosFluegerHeine IstariHishiri AdashinoJiroubou Seigen TokitouLuviagelita EdelfeltOrlocke CaesarmundRosalind IstariGeryon AshbornAtrum GalliastaTouko Aozaki

Garden of Avalon AgravainArtoriaGalahadGawainGuinevereKayLancelotMerlinMorgan le FayTristanVortigern
Fate/kaleid liner Main characters: |Illyasviel von EinzbernMiyu EdelfeltChloe von EinzbernRin TohsakaLuviagelita EdelfeltMagical RubyMagical Sapphire

Secondary characters: Shirou EmiyaSella (Fate/kaleid)Leysritt (Fate/kaleid)Kiritsugu EmiyaIrisviel von EinzbernCaren HortensiaBazett Fraga McRemitzTanakaBeatrice FlowerchildAngelicaDarius AinsworthErika AinsworthShirou Emiya (Miyu's brother)Julian AinsworthKischur Zelretch SchweinorgLord El-Melloi IIMimi KatsuraTatsuko GakumazawaSuzuka KuriharaNanaki MoriyamaTaiga FujimuraShinji MatouSakura Matou

Fate/Koha-Ace Main characters: Sakura SaberKohakuAkihaDemon ArcherArtoriaRiderOryuuCaren KotomineLancerMajor MatouBerserkerAssassinCasterMajor ReiterFuhrerLancer
Other characters: SaberDevil SaberSun Wukong
Others Association DirectorGazamyGrail-kunKischur Zelretch SchweinorgMagical AmberMagical CarenMoby DickNagato TohsakaNeco-ArcPhantas-MoonRaiga FujimuraSaber LionTyphonList of characters by statistics
Fate/stay night Shirou EmiyaRin TohsakaIllyasviel von EinzbernShinji MatouSouichirou KuzukiCasterKirei KotomineZouken MatouSakura MatouAtram Galiast
Fate/hollow ataraxia Bazett Fraga McRemitzCaren HortensiaEdelfelt sistersMaster of AssassinEinzbern Master
Fate/Zero Kiritsugu EmiyaKirei KotomineTokiomi TohsakaRyuunosuke UryuuWaver VelvetKariya MatouKayneth El-Melloi ArchibaldSola-Ui Nuada-Re Sophia-Ri
Fate/Extra Hakuno KishinamiRin TohsakaRani VIIILeonardo B. HarweyRun RuDan BlackmoreShinji MatouAliceJulius B. HarweyMonji GatouTwice H. PiecemanJinako CarigiriKiara SessyoinMeltryllisBBKazuhito Sakagami
Fate/Apocrypha Kairi SisigouShirou KotomineRottweil BerzinskyJean RumPentel brothersFeend vor SembrenGordes Musik YggdmillenniaFiore Forvedge YggdmillenniaDarnic Prestone YggdmillenniaCelenike Icecolle YggdmillenniaRoche Frain YggdmillenniaCaules Forvedge YggdmillenniaCaster of BlackReika RikudouSagara HyoumaSieg
Fate/Prototype Ayaka SajyouMisaya ReiroukanManaka SajyouSancraid PhahnAro IsemiElza SaijoNigel SawardMisaya's fatherShizuri Isemi‎ • Seiji JingaTatsumi Kitano
Fate/Labyrinth Manaka SajyouNorma Goodfellow
Fate/strange fake PlayerTiné ChelcTsubaki KuruokaOrlando ReeveJester KartureFlat EscardosWolfAyaka SajyouSigmaFaldeus DiolandCashuraFrancescaDoris LusendraHaruriBazdilot Cordelion
Fate/Grand Order ProtagonistKirschtaria WodimeOphelia PhamrsoloneKadoc ZemlupusScandinavia PeperoncinoHinako AkutaBeryl GutDaybit Sem Void
Koha-Ace KohakuArtoriaMajor MatouCaren Kotomine
Fate/kaleid liner Class Card users: Illyasviel von EinzbernMiyu EdelfeltAngelicaBeatrice FlowerchildJulian AinsworthRin TohsakaLuviagelita EdelfeltShinji Matou
Classes SaberLancerArcherRiderCasterAssassinBerserker
RulerAvengerAlter EgoMoonCancerShielderBeastGrand Servant (Grand Caster) • SaverGunnerGatekeeperFunny VampFakerWatcherNon-classed Servants
Fate/stay night SaberLancerArcherRiderCasterAssassinBerserker
ArcherAssassin
Fate/hollow ataraxia AvengerSaberAssassin
Fate/Zero SaberLancerArcherRiderCasterAssassinBerserker
Fate/Extra Playable Servants: SaberArcherCasterGilgameshSaberCasterSaberRuler
Non-Playable Servants: SaberLancerLancerArcherRiderCasterAssassinBerserkerBerserkerSaverRider
Non-Playable CCC Servants: SaberLancerCasterLauncherBB
Alter Ego: PassionlipMeltryllisVioletKingproteaKazuradrop
Fate/Apocrypha Black Faction: Saber of Black (Sieg) • Lancer of BlackArcher of BlackRider of BlackCaster of BlackAssassin of BlackBerserker of Black
Red Faction: Saber of RedLancer of RedArcher of RedRider of RedCaster of RedAssassin of RedBerserker of Red
Others: RulerRuler
Discarded designs: DavidMusashibo BenkeiSaint GeorgeSakata Kintoki
Fate/Prototype SaberLancerArcherRiderCasterAssassinBerserker
SaberLancerArcherRiderCasterAssassinBerserkerBeast
Fate/strange fake SaberFalse LancerFalse ArcherFalse RiderFalse CasterFalse AssassinFalse Berserker
True ArcherTrue RiderTrue CasterTrue AssassinTrue BerserkerWatcher
Fate/Grand Order Saber: Artoria PendragonBedivereBenienmaAttila the HunDiarmuid Ua DuibhneFergus mac RóichGaius Julius CaesarGilles de RaisLancelotLe Chevalier d'EonMiyamoto MusashiMordredNeroNero BrideSaber AlterSaber LilyPrince of LanlingRamaSenji MuramasaShiki RyougiSiegfriedSigurdSuzuka GozenYagyū Munenori
Lancer: Artoria Pendragon (Alter)BradamanteBrynhildCaenisCú ChulainnCú Chulainn (Prototype)Diarmuid Ua DuibhneElizabeth BathoryEnkiduEreshkigalFionn mac CumhaillHectorHōzōin InshunJaguar ManKarnaLeonidasMedusaMusashibou BenkeiNezhaParvatiQin LiangyuRomulusScáthachValkyrie
Archer: ArashArjunaArtemisAtalantaBilly the KidCalamity JaneChild-GilChironChloe von EinzbernDavidEMIYAEMIYA AlterEuryaleFujino AsagamiGilgameshIshtarJames MoriartyNapoleonRobin HoodTawara TōtaTomoe GozenTristan
Rider: AchillesAlexanderArtoria Pendragon (Santa Alter)AstolfoBonny and ReadBoudicaChristopher ColumbusEdward TeachFrancis DrakeIvan the TerribleMarie AntoinetteMedbMedusaOzymandiasQuetzalcoatlRed HareSaint GeorgeSaint MarthaSakamoto RyōmaSakata KintokiUshiwakamaru
Caster: Anastasia Nikolaevna RomanovaAvicebronCharles BabbageCirceCú ChulainnGeronimoGilgameshGilles de RaisHans Christian AndersenHelena BlavatskyIllyasviel von EinzbernIrisviel von Einzbern (Dress of Heaven)Leonardo da VinciMedeaMedea LilyMephistophelesMerlinMurasaki ShikibuNitocrisNursery RhymeQueen of ShebaScáthach SkadiScheherazadeSiegSolomonTamamo-no-MaeThomas EdisonWilliam ShakespeareVon Hohenheim ParacelsusWolfgang Amadeus MozartXuanzang SanzangZhuge Liang (Lord El-Melloi II)
Berserker: AsteriosAtalanta AlterBeowulfCaligulaChachaCú Chulainn AlterDarius IIIEric BloodaxeFlorence NightingaleFrankenstein's MonsterHeraclesHijikata ToshizoIbaraki-doujiKiyohimeLancelotLu BuMinamoto no RaikouMr. HydeMysterious Heroine X AlterPenthesileaPaul BunyanSakata KintokiSpartacusTamamo CatVlad IIIXiang Yu
Assassin: CarmillaCharles-Henri SansonCleopatraConsort YuDr. JekyllEMIYA (Kiritsugu)Fūma KotarōHassan of the Cursed ArmHassan of the Hundred FacesHassan of SerenityJack the RipperJing KeKatō DanzōKing HassanMata HariMochizuki ChiyomeMysterious Heroine XOkada IzōOsakabehimePhantom of the OperaSasaki KojirouSemiramisShiki RyougiShuten-doujiSthenoWu ZetianYan Qing
Ruler: Amakusa Shirou TokisadaJeanne d'ArcJeanne AlterSherlock HolmesQin Shi Huang
Avenger: Amakusa Shirou TokisadaAngra MainyuAntonio SalieriBlack IriEdmond DantèsGorgonHessian LoboJeanne Alter
Alter Ego: Ashiya DōmanKiara SessyoinMecha Eli-chanMecha Eli-chan MkIIMeltryllisOkita AlterPassionlipSitonai
MoonCancer: BB
Foreigner: Abigail WilliamsKatsuhika Hokusai
Beast: GoetiaTiamatKiara Sessyoin
Fate/kaleid liner Fifth Holy Grail War Class Cards: Archer (Gilgamesh) • Assassin (AssassinAssassin) • SaberLancerArcherRiderCasterBerserker
Unknown Holy Grail War Class Cards: AssassinBerserkerBerserker
Koha-Ace Sakura SaberMusashiLancerDemon ArcherDevil SaberRiderCasterAssassinBerserkerSun WukongLancer
Others Saber LionFakerOthersServants of Fate/Grand Order x Himuro's World
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