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Galahad (ギャラハッド, Gyarahaddo?) is one of the Knights of the Round Table.



Galahad (ガラハッド, Garahaddo?) was a later addition to the Round Table, especially famed for his escapades in the search for the Holy Grail.[1] Galahad is the son of Lancelot, but he only saw Lancelot as a father while he was a boy and both never got along that well.[2] Galahad was admired as the perfect knight, the young boy who would shoulder the next generation of the Round Table.[3] He was a "saint who was the only one to obtain the Holy Grail, just to return it to heavens."[4][5]


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Galahad in Tristan's Ascension art.

Lancelot comments that Mash Kyrielight is wearing her hair in a similar style to him.[2]

As Mash goes through her second to last Saint Graph Ascension, Bedivere describes her appearance is completely like Galahad.[2]


The Knights of the Round Table think highly of Galahad. Saber Alter calls him innocent as he uses the power to protect for victory.[6] Bedivere notes that even in a different age, and among a different people, he would surely entrust his legacy to someone like himself.[2] The exception is Mordred, who refers to him as "shield bastard" and compares Mash favorably to him.[7]

He is the only Knight of the Round Table to outright refuse the summons of the Lion King in the Camelot Singularity, speaking to his rigid sense of justice.


Fate/Grand OrderEdit

In the year 2010, Galahad was the second Heroic Spirit summon by Chaldea Security Organization.[8][9] However the summoning was an experiment aimed to control the powers of Galahad by binding him to Mash Kyrielight in order to produce a Demi-Servant. While the project succeeded in summoning and binding a spirit to Mash, the spirit failed to awaken.[8] Whilst summoned within Mash Kyrielight, he was disgusted by Marisbury Animusphere and Chaldea's various inhumane experiments.[8][9] Taking over Mash's body, Galahad broke free of the restraints holding him in place and destroyed Chaldea's countermeasures, including multiple barriers keeping the staff safe. He was stopped from killing Marisbury when Mash began resisting.[10] Realizing Mash will immediately die if he leaves, he instead chose to hibernate.[8]

« If I leave, the girl used as the catalyst will die. So I shall not leave, but neither will I awaken. »



When Lev Lainur Flauros caused the explosion in Chaldea's CHALDEAS room, Mash was amongst the causalities. As she was dying, Galahad formed the Demi-Servant contract with her. In exchange for a Heroic Spirit's ability and Noble Phantasm, he wanted to eliminate the cause of ‘Singularity Point F’. Mash obtained his fighting experience, skills, and Noble Phantasm, but lacks even knowledge of who is fused with her until later in the story. After granting her his skills and Noble Phantasm Galahad faded away.[11][6]

Camelot: The Sacred Round Table RealmEdit

Sherlock Holmes reveals the Heroic Spirit name to Mash.[9] Although he was supposedly gone, Galahad is implied to strongly influence Mash's feelings, especially her outrage, towards Lancelot for his actions under the Lion King.


Galahad appears to Ritsuka in his mind, while the latter is sleeping in the "Lostroom". He defeats multiple Servants, including Artoria Alter, in a broken down city resembling the stage of Singularity F. Afterward, Galahad tells Ritsuka to stop his efforts to save the Human Order, saying that his efforts are futile. Ritsuka though refuses to give up, causing Galahad to inform him that the future became a blank slate because of their efforts, reminding him of the King of Magic's words before vanishing.

Other appearancesEdit

He was briefly mentioned in the original novel of Fate/Zero when Saber fought against Berserker. As Berserker revealed his true identity, Saber was tormented on how she led her kingdom. She thought of her knights and wondered if they had left this world with resentment and unwillingness. Saber claims that Galahad had lost his life in the line of duty.[12]


Galahad possesses the Noble Phantasm Lord Camelot, and his only confirmed skill so far is Mana Defense (魔力防御, Maryoku Bōgyo?). A Skill of the same type as "Mana Burst", magical power is translated directly into defensive power. For a Heroic Spirit possessing a huge magical power, it would probably become a sacred wall that protects a whole country.[13][5]

While there is little mention of his martial skills, Bedivere notes it is not his combat prowess being most outstanding, but his mentality. Despite this, during Moonlight/Lostroom, he is shown capable of taking down six Servants with hand-to-hand tactics, blocking sword attacks with his arm, and overwhelming Saber Alter with his Noble Phantasm, Lord Camelot.

During conversation in Fate/Extra CCC, Gawain mentions that when it came to chess he considered Percival and Galahad to be “worthy opponents”.


  1. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Fate/Grand Order - Camelot: The Sacred Round Table Realm - Act 15: God-King Ozymandias
  2. Garden of Avalon - [1]
  3. Garden of Avalon
  4. 5.0 5.1
  5. 6.0 6.1 Fate/Grand Order -First Order-
  6. Fate/Grand Order - The Mist City: London - Act 4
  7. 8.0 8.1 8.2 8.3 Fate/Grand Order - Camelot: The Sacred Round Table Realm - Prologue
  8. 9.0 9.1 9.2 Fate/Grand Order - Camelot: The Sacred Round Table Realm - Act 14: Hidden Research
  9. Fate/Grand Order - Absolute Demonic Front: Babylonia - Episode 0
  10. Fate/Grand Order - Fuyuki: The Contaminated City in Flame - Act 01
  11. Fate/Zero - Volume 4: Act 16 -03:52:18, p.343-344
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