Doris seems to be a playful individual, calling her Servant by the nickname Polyte, which comes from her true name Hippolyte. This nickname embarrasses her Servant a little, but she does believe it to be better than Hippo.
Doris apparently entered the United States of America illegally prior to the beginning of the Holy Grail War in Snowfield. After summoning True Rider, she refused to cooperate with or even contact the group behind the war.
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When Doris and Rider are staying together in their underground base, Rider senses the Stymphalian Birds being summoned somewhere in the city, with Doris guessing that True Archer had probably summoned them. Doris though warns her not to go and attack him, with Rider agreeing to not go look for him. Rider appologizes for acting on her own the other day. Doris tries to nickname her "Polyte". She finds this nickname embarrassing, but grudgingly accepts it when Doris tries to nickname her "Hippo".
Doris' clan has been said to be proficient in reinforcement magic, making her likely skilled in it as well. Having been selected to summon one of the "True" Servants, she is likely a very powerful mage.
Creation and ConceptEdit
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Fate/strange fake Volume 3, Prologue VIII
- ↑ Fate/strange fake Volume 4, Chapter 10: Day 2
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 Fate/strange fake Volume 4, Chapter 11: Day 2, Morning
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 Fate/strange fake Volume 3, Chapter 7: Day 1, Afternoon