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Elizabeth (Lancer)

Lancer (ランサー, Ransā?) is an enemy Servant in the Moon Cell Holy Grail War in Fate/EXTRA CCC. She is unique in that she switches between four different Masters (Rin TohsakaRani VIII,  Shinji Matou, and Hakuno Kishinami) as a Lancer-class Servant. She later acts as the Berserker-class Servant of Meltlilith.[11]

She is summoned by the Protagonist in the Grand Orders of Fate/Grand Order under the Lancer, Saber and Caster classes.



Lancer's True Name is Elizabeth Báthory (エリザベート・バートリー, Erizabēto Bātorī?, lit. "Erzsébet Báthory"), the virginal fourteen year old aspect that had yet to become the monster Carmilla like her older aspect.[7][11][12][13] She is given the keyword "Dragon's Daughter" (竜の娘, Ryū no Musume?), related to her nickname "Countess Dracula".

A real person, born in 1560, died in 1614. She was born into one of the noble families of Hungary, the Bathory family which uses the fang of a dragon as its crest.[9] One of the models for the vampire Carmilla.[7][9][13] A wicked woman who bathed in the living blood of more than 600 women in order to preserve her own beauty.[9]

The Bathory house was the family who held the majority of the influence within Eastern Europe, and she increased that, possessing the blood of the house of Habsburg which made for a lineage that would make her a purebred noble. However, whether it is do to the consanguineous marriages within the Bathory line or the effect of their luxuriant living environment, the family contained many insane and cruel individuals. Homosexuals, Pedophiles and Satanists were not uncommon among her relatives.[9]

Elizabeth is not an exception and became quite infamous. In what is now present-day Slovakia, in Čachtice Castle, which resided within her own dominion, she killed more than 600 women and, in order to preserve her beauty, bathed in the blood she wrung from them... She loved those repulsive blood baths. This woman who killed many members of her fiefdom, even at the very end of her life, did not consider this a crime. In those days, there was a trend among the nobility of Hungary to not even consider humans who weren't nobles as "humans" so there were no problems with her murders.[9]

One day she let a maidservant comb the hair she was so proud of. But the comb got caught in her hair, and in a vehement rage, she stabbed the maidservant with a hairpin. The maidservant's blood happened to fall upon the back of her hand, and she noticed that the skin that blood touched was smoother than usual. From now on, to preserve my beauty, I will bathe in the lifeblood of women, she thought—and did so.[9]

Collecting blood became part of her daily routine, and after she changed residences to Čachtice Castle, it reached the point where young women of marriage age were disappearing from the rural villages within her dominion. (Or maybe, everyone came to know what was going on and were sneaking the women out in secret.) She became distressed since she was no longer able to collect blood from the rural villages and so collected the daughters of minor nobles under the pretense of teaching them proper manners or inviting them to banquets. And those daughters, coming together for the banquet, dressed in fancy dresses, completely unaware of what would happen, were struck on the head.[9]

In addition to having their blood drawn, they would have hot irons thrust into their mouths, their entire bodies stabbed with pins, and other kinds of tortures. She would make her servants rip off the skin of their own daughters so she could enjoy the anguished faces of both the parent and the child. On the other hand, in regards to torturing men, tales of her enjoying killing them would not be surprising.[9]

To Elizabeth, killing the common people in droves was a daily life "without any unusual events." If there is anything that could be considered her misfortune, it is that there were no people to rebuke her abnormality, to teach her that her deeds were atrocities. Several years after she started taking blood, her cruel acts came to extend even to the daughters of the aristocracy and she finally received the indictment that her character deserved. The year was 1611. At the trial conducted in the actual person's absence, she was given a guilty verdict and imprisoned within one of the rooms of Čachtice Castle.[10]

And the people completely sealed her, who was already feared as a demon, away. The people whisper. To see her figure is frightening. To hear her voice is frightening. Simply bringing to mind the memories which had lost her, the memories from which they had removed her, is frightening. The father who brought her into this world. Elizabeth's relatives. Her compatriots in aristocratic society, as if to hide their own feelings of guilt, concealed her prison with stone. The room that Elizabeth used in her final days... her prison in the basement of the castle contained nothing but a small slit to allow food to be passed to her. And, in that room without an exit or windows, that room which was plastered up from the outside, she continued to ask, "Why?" until her final moments.[10]

« Why? Why?" "I didn't do anything bad. »

(Elizabeth Báthory)

They say that her voice could be heard through the stone that imprisoned her, but it's is also said that due to the soldiers finding it annoying, the transom was sealed, and she could no longer be heard. After that, there was no one who saw her firsthand while she was alive. August 21, 1614, the soldiers noticed the smell of rotting food, confirming that her life had ended.[10]

From thereon, she became the legend known as the Blood Countess.[10]


Elizabeth takes appearance of a young fair girl with mid-back length pink hair tied with purple ribbons and light blue eyes, which turns ice blue on occassions. She has slender figure and is claded in a cyber-goth-loli dress with white detached sleeves, with a circular skirt and several belts on the top connected to her collar that cover her chest area similar to Passionlip's, and wears knee-high shoes with two sharp spikes. She has long pink claws instead of fingers. Her most prominent features are the immoral devil horns (actually dragon horns), and the protruding fangs of a little devil (actually dragon fangs), along with a long draconic tail and pink scales scattered throughout her body. She wields lance that can double as a microphone stand. Her design doesn't seem to reflect her as a proper Heroic Spirit.[11]

  • Suite Room Dream (スイートルーム・ドリーム, Suīto Rūmu Dorīmu?) - Elizabeth's swimsuit costume.
  • Cheeleader (ちありーだー, Chiarīdā?)


A sweet-type Servant who calls herself an idol.[7] Noble, high-handed, cruel, merciless - she displays inhuman manners just like in legends.[7][11] Since she was raised as nobility, she has no such a thing like common morality. An anti-hero of evil, but she herself is a young girl that dreams of love. Her timid nature is her own ruin: as a consequence of it, she helps her comrades and overlooks her enemies, and thus ends up displaying human goodness that places her on the borderline of "well, you could even call her a Heroic Spirit". "Could it be that you're actually a good person?" - she herself hates to be referred in such a manner. Also, due to the Skill "Mental Disorder", Elizabeth could not recognize others as human beings, but it seems she somewhat reformed herself - or maybe just matured - and became a more understanding anti-hero in this work.[7] She may seem sadistic, but to her harming and causing pain to others is no different from breathing. To Elizabeth, inducing the suffering of humans (who are all lower level creatures than herself) is her duty. She is an incarnation of nobility, and seriously carries out her responsibility to rule and manage the masses. From this perspective she is very diligent and responsible towards her work. The problem is that to her, ruling and managing the masses means nothing more than their torture.[11]

Her personality is considered to be similar to Luviagelita Edelfelt.[14] She self proclaims herself as an idol and her demonic singing makes her both a rival for Saber in both name and reality. Elizabeth makes a habit of referring to Hakuno, depending on their gender, as either a "little squirrel" if they are female or as a "pig" if they are male when speaking to them.[11]

Caster describes her as personification of narcissism and an unsightly woman with an unsightly appearance, upbringing, ideology, disposition, and senses. Though she appears prideful, it is not directed towards anyone. Others do not see the truth behind it, but she is a "laughingstock" who, in treating humans as pigs, is doing nothing but holding her head high in front of a bunch of pigs. She does not understand love, so she is the "most unmanageable monster of this world", and although she takes pride in her beauty, she can be called rotten like trash within.[15]

Prior to her imprisonment in the ice capsule program constructed by Rin and Rani, Lancer displayed her immense claustrophobia and autophobia due to the traumas of her past punishment for her crimes, being locked away all alone in small chambers. She screams for Hakuno to slay her as she would rather die them be imprison in isolation again.


Vlad III



  • Lancer's Secret Garden
  • Lancer's punishment

The Master who summons her is Run Ru. It's not clear if she is Run Ru's original Servant, or if she took the place of Black Lancer through the events of CCC but in the time line where BB exists, Run Ru's Servant is not Vlad III, but rather this young girl.[11] After BB assassinated Run Ru, Lancer willingly collaborate with BB.

Lancer first appears as Rin's Servant; however, after their defeat Lancer abandons Rin.[16]

Lancer becomes Rani's Servant, only to be defeated again and deleted.[17]

Elizabeth is resurrected by BB to act as the fifth sentinel, but she is now a Berserker with Shinji as her new master. After Hakuno successfully traverses through two of Elizabeth's dungeons, Meltlilith attacks Shinji and becomes Berserker's new Master, though Meltlilith inserts both of them into Sakura as viruses. After Hakuno defeats her, Elizabeth gets sealed away by Rin and Rani. Lancer screams for Hakuno to kill her as she could not bear the thought of being locked away again.[18]

Elizabeth becomes a Lancer again and makes her final appearance when she becomes Hakuno's temporary Servant to help them fight their Servant's zero model. Afterwards, she leaves Hakuno to become an idol.[19]


She returns, but this time as a selectable playable character for Hakuno Kishinami in Side Story. She is initially presented as part of Tamamo no Mae's party along with Tamamo no Mae, Karna, Medusa and Lü Bu Fèngxiān. Later in the game, it is revealed that she was corrupted by Archimedes and turned into a Servant of Velber prior to the events of the game and sent into Tamamo's faction as a spy, though she repeatedly plots against Archimedes and attempts to claim the power of the Regalia for herself. Due to her increased Velber corruption throughout the game, she has two additional forms: Dark Eliza and Corroded Elizabeth.

Flame PoemEdit

Elizabeth invades Mare Aurum on Tamamo's orders. While there she performs a concert, but it's interrupted by Nero Claudius who criticizes her singing. In response, Elizabeth orders her Attaack Programs to attack Nero before retreating. She is later defeated in personal combat by Nero.

The next day, Elizabeth confronts Hakuno and Nero in Mare Mellum as they prepare to return home. She proclaims that SE.RA.PH. belongs to her and every sentient being shall bow to her. Calling herself Dark Eliza, Elizabeth declares she has come to conquer SE.RA.PH., but Nero is unconcerned by her declaration. Nero offers to have a collobration concert with her once SE.RA.PH is united. Elizabeth rejects her offer, and demands the Regalia, threatening to tear Hakuno apart if Nero doesn't hand it over. Nero ignores the threat though, prompting Elizabeth to declare again she rule SE.RA.PH, referring to herself as the Great King of Terror. She annoyingly explains she was referring to a prophecy by Nostradamus, which she declares she'll make true. She then leaves after giving a final warning to Hakuno and Nero.

After Nero defeated Tamamo, Elizabeth arrives on the scene, and steals Tamamo's Regalia. She puts on the Regalia, but it begins to overload with mana, as she is unworthy of it. She manages to remove the Regalia before it violently disintegrates. Confused by the ordeal, Elizabeth declares the Regalia to been worthless, and retreats.

A day later, Elizabeth appears before Hakuno and Nero in Mare Origio following Nero's brief duel with Altera. She causes Altera to leaves when she questions why Altera is being merciful despite knowing Velber only needs her to destroy. After Altera leaves, Elizabeth reveals her new powers were granted to her by Velber. She then advises Nero to ask Archimedes to explain more about Velber before leaving.

Orchid WordsEdit

Elizabeth is cleaning Hakuno's room in Mare Luxuria when they suddenly wake up. She asks about their condition since they were sleeping for a long time. She tells Hakuno to escape when Tamamo orders her over the intercom to bring them to the throne room. Bringing Hakuno to the throne room, Elizabeth tries to defy Tamamo's order to introduce her until Tamamo threatens her. She later calls out Tamamo's lust and selfishness, to which Tamamo responds with by shocking her. Still being shocked, Elizabeth tries to warn Hakuno of Tamamo's nature when the latter said out right she didn't care if anyone else lived except for her and Hakuno. As she introduces her generals to Hakuno, Tamamo insults Elizabeth's supposed lack of skill as a fighter, maid, and cook. Elizabeth counters she can do everything Tamamo says she can't, and that Tamamo forbids her from going to battle. She later joins in defending Mare Luxuria against Li Shuwen's army.

Following the battle, Elizabeth meets with Hakuno in the throne room after Tamamo returned to her room. She comments on Tamamo's tremendous power she displayed through the battle thanks to the Regalia, but it also made a tyrant. She then tries to convince Hakuno to help her overthrow Tamamo, but Hakuno rejects her. She asks Hakuno what they'd do if Tamamo was hiding the reason behind her tyrannical persona, but they deny Tamamo is hiding anything from them. After Hakuno accepts Tamamo's sins as their own, Elizabeth leaves amazed and irritated by their determination.

The next morning, Elizabeth stops Tamamo from advancing on Hakuno, but her action is met with electrocution. She apologizes for her actions, and thanks Tamamo for disciplining her, as Tamamo demanded her to do. After Tamamo leaves the room, Elizabeth tells Hakuno for the two of them to keep performing their duties for the sake of SE.RA.PH. She then leaves thanking Hakuno for their concern. She later arrives in the throne room, as Tamamo is speaking Archimedes. She asks if they should rescue Hakuno's Mind, but her question is met by Tamamo angrily ordering to return to her duties. Replying her duties are already done, Elizabeth tries to propose a plan to let her rescue Mind while invading Mare Aurum. Her propsal is denied though, as Tamamo decided to abandoned Mind. Later that same night, she stops Tamamo again from advancing on Hakuno after bypassing the barrier. Her transgression prompts Tamamo to electrocute her twice; once for interrupting her again, and once for defying her.

After being ejected from Hakuno's room, Elizabeth secretly meets with Archimedes in the throne room. Archimedes asks her she continues to work as Tamamo's maid, to which she answers it's to redeem herself. He then removes to Tamamo's curse from her, and proposes to increase her spiritual value to allow her to wield the Regalia. After Elizabeth accepts the proposal for Mind 's sake, Archimedes orders to fuse the Regalia together once she's gathered all three pieces. She asks the point of re completing the Regalia is if Archimedes is just going to destroy it. He answers that only the complete Regalia being broken will cause Moon Cell to shut down. Now understanding her mission, Elizabeth decides to forgo redeeming herself for her sins.

Elizabeth appears before Hakuno and Tamamo when they've arrived in Mare Aurum, declaring all shall bow to her. Tamamo dismissively orders her to return to her duties as maid, but Elizabeth responds she recently resigned. She then reveals her plan to turn SE.RA.Ph into her own playground of mayhem. She declares she'll steal Tamamo's Regalia, and that she'll become a grand ruler of SE.RA.PH. She then compares herself to The Great King of Terror, though Tamamo dismissing her for quoting astrology books. After denying Tamamo's suggestion to be her jester, Elizabeth leaves declaring war. She later reappears in Mare Aurum's throne room folowing Nero's retreat, and steals Nero's Regalia. She puts on the Regalia, but thanks to Archimedes' earlier enhancements, it accepts her as its wielder. Then, to everyone's utter shock, Elizabeth proceeds to eat the Regalia. The Regalia begins to tear her apart from the inside for being unworthy. However instead of being destroyed, Elizabeth is transformed by her action. Blaming Archimedes for her own action, she seemingly destroys him with Velber Bathory Erzebet. Boasting of her new power, she begins to threaten Hakuno and Tammao when Altera suddenly emerges from the Zero Dark. She demands to know why Altera also has the Regalia, and attacks her. Altera easily counters her, and declare herself to be Elizabeth's "owner" while sending Void Cells at her. Elizabeth blocks them while asking Altera what she meant, but they eventually break through and seemingly destroy her.

Elizabeth reveals her survival to Hakuno and Tamamo when she arrives in Mare Luxuria to interrupt their discussion about Altera. She reveals it was through Velber's power that she converted the Regalia into mana to strengthen her Spirit Core. She further reveals Velber as the one responsible for Altera appearing on SE.RA.PH. She then talks of Velber is now returning from 14,000 year absence, as it continues its destructive campaign throughout the galaxy. Ignoring Tamamo's threats, Elizabeth asks her, due to her being Amaterasu's avatar, if she can sense Sefar. She notices Hakuno's fear, and reveals Velber is the true enemy of Moon Cell from the outer reaches of space. She then explains how Velber attacked both Earth and Moon Cell 14,000 years ago through Sefar. She describes how Sefar's spiritrons infected Earth's wildlife to destroy all civilization. She then reveals the Moon Cell created the Regalia to combat Velber in anticipation for its return, and prevent Velber from stealing its data again. She criticizes the prize for winning the Holy Grail War is the Regalia because it means the winners have to continue fighting anyways. Elizabeth then offers to ket Hakuno and Tamamo join Velber, but Tamamo rejects it due to her hatred for Altera. Calmy accepting the rejection, she asks Tammao why she hates Altera despite being an Anti-Hero. Tamamo answers it's because she hates inhumane monsters, but Elizabeth insults her for wanting to be with humans despite being a monster. Tamamo attacks Elizabeth for the insult, but Elizabeth easily blocks it. She then leaves after threatening Hakuno and Tamamo.

The next day, Elizabeth joins in defending Mare Carcer against Tamamo's assault. She is defeated by Tamamo, but returns following Altera's defeat. She ridicules Altera's inability to protect since her only function is to destroy. After telling Altera to abandon her humanity, Elizabeth insults Tamamo's lack of power, and threatens Hakuno to kill if Tamamo tries to attack her. She then walks up to Altera, and ridicules her for wanting to be a Servant. She then forces Altera to turn into her original self, Sefar. As Altera tries to resist, Elizabeth insults her again for not accepting the monster she was created to be. After Altera transforms into Sefar, Elizabeth orders her to destroy, calling it the proof of her existence.

Some time after Sefar is killed by Tamamo, Elizabeth meets with Archimedes in the Zero Dark. He orders her to follow into the next timeline, and tells her that they'll achieve Velber's orders someday. After Archimedes Slides into the next timeline, Elizabeth ponders whether or not if peace is meaningless and worthless like Archimedes said. Nonetheles though, she wishes Hakuno to have a happy ending.


Elizabeth enter into Titan Altera's cave in the Zero Dark after some tribulation. She tells Hakuno that Altera only desires to destroy, and praises herself for entering the Zero Dark. She then calls Altera the embodiment of destruction, and says destruction is what Altera does for fun and pleasure. Dismissing Altera's demand to leave her cave, Elizabeth insults her for thinking beyond her destructive purpose. She continues how better she'd be better than Altera if she were her size when the enemy detection system interrupts her. Before leaving to let Altera handle the enemy, Elizabeth warns Hakuno that Altera will kill them if they step out of line.

The next day, Elizabeth returns, much to Altera's displeasure. Elizabeth demands Altera to begin conquering SE.RA.PH, since Nero and Tammao already have pieces of the Regalia. She notices Hakuno struggling to remember Nero, Tamamo, and the Regalia. She then reveals to Hakuno about how they're split into their Mind, Body, and Soul, the Hakuno before her being the Body. She continues that their Mind is with Nero while their Soul is with Tamamo. She then reveals to Hakuno that they split themselves with the Regalia to escape from the enemy's grasp. She's surprised that the Body still has its own will, citing as the residual consciousness from the original Hakuno. Mocking Altera's sad expression, Elizabeth reminds that Hakuno is a tool to be thrown away once used. She reminds Altera further that she is a servant of Velber, and that she should care about is following Velber's orders. The enemy detection system then goes off, and Elizabeth notices Tamamo is trying to invade the Zero Dark.

The following morning while Hakuno is still sleeping, Elizabeth returns again to tell Altera how disturbing her relationship with Hakuno is. She then tells Altera that she isn't interested in Archimedes' goals, despite him granting her new powers. Instead she wants to bring an end to Altera's story, finding her relationship with Hakuno to be entertainingly gross. She senses Altera's anger towards her for her ridicule, but she's shocked by Altera trying to pretend Hakuno is nothing than a tool. She then asks Altera if she's conquering SE.RA.PH for Velber, or for herself and Hakuno. If the latter is her reasoning, then they're goal are similar to that end. Glad to see Altera adhering to function as a destroy, Elizabeth compares herself to Altera, believing they're both monsters. After Altera denies their similiarity, Elizabeth decides to join the next fight. She then leaves telling Altera that things would go faster if she started to act like a destroyer.

The next night, Elizabeth returns to find Altera "sleeping" with her eyes glazed over. She asks her she always enters that state when sending out her Servant self, but Altera reveals her Servant self is autonomous. Elizabeth dismisses Altera's threats since she's already seen the real Altera. After ignoring Alter's denial of the truth, Elizabeth asks if she plans to fuse the Regalia back together to stabilize Hakuno. Altera confirms that is her goal, but Elizabeth reminds her that all of Hakuno's memories will be overwritten. She explains that the Body doesn't usually store the consciousness, as that is the function of the Mind and Soul. She continues that Hakuno will forget about the Altera once they've been stabilized, and states neither her or Altera can achieve a happy ending because they're villains. She tells her the only reason Hakuno isn't afraid of her is because they're just an empty shell. She continues no human would ever love Altera if what happened to Hakuno never happened. She then leaves pleased with herself, as Altera begins to cry.

Golden PoemEdit

After Nero kills Iskandar in Mare Orgio, Elizabeth appears and mocks Iskandar for dying despite him being a Top Servant. Praising herself, she denies that she has been corrupted by Velber. She then praises herself again for becoming far stronger than any Servant, but it only earns Nero's pity for having fallen. Denying that she's fallen, Elizabeth decides to kill Nero to prove she's greater. After the fight, Elizabeth praises Nero's strength, recognizing she has two pieces of the Regalia. She challenges her to another fight in the Zero Dark after she's killed Altera and Archimedes. She then leaves, opening a portal to the Zero Dark.

Later in Mare Carcer, Elizabeth tells Nero to steal Altera's sword after bypassing the Regalia's barrier. She reveals Altera's sword, the Sword of Mars, is the main source of her power. She further reveals Altera, as Sefar, took the Sword from the God of War after defeating him 14,000 years ago. She explains Altera doesn't physically hold the Sword anymore, rather its concept is infused into her being. Thus, any weapon Altera wields will become the Sword of Mars. She reveals the Sword to be the prototype of a Divine Construct, She then leaves Hakuno and Nero to ponder what would happen if the Sword's powers were combined the Regalia's.

Elizabeth later sneaks into Titan Altera's cave while she's still sealed by Archimedes. Flying up to Altera's head, She mocks her for disappearing in the previous timeline, and losing Hakuno in the current timeline. She decides to drink Altera's blood to absorb Sefar's power, and cuts her chains to get to her. After cutting the chains, Elizabeth prepares to drink Altera's blood when Altera grabs her and knocks her out. Later, after the Ark of the Stars is destroyed, Elizabeth emerges from the broken ruins of the Zero Dark. Irritated by her loss, she vows revenge on Hakuno and Nero.

Fate/Grand OrderEdit

Orleans: The Wicked Dragon Hundred Year WarEdit

Elizabeth is seen arguing with Kiyohime when Ritsuka, Mash Kyrielight, Mozart, and Siegfried arrive in Thiers. They end up fighting the group though when Ritsuka insults them. After they're defeated, Elizabeth tells Mash she's only see Jeanne Alter and her Berserk Servants. She is insulted though when she misperceives Mash's disappoint being directed at meeting her. Ritsuka corrects her that they actually search for saint Servants. After the group learns of Marie Antoinette's demise from Jeanne d'Arc and Georgios, Elizabeth agrees with Ritsuka and Kiyohime that Mozarts needs some alone time. They then decide to join the group. After Jeanne and Georgios remove the curses from Siegfried, the group make camp in a nearby forest after defending Thiers from another attack. The next day, they decide to attack Orleans with a frontal assault since it is the only viable option. Elizabeth resolves fight a Servant she has certain fate with.

Later while the group fight their way to Orleans, she encounters Carmilla, the Servant she wished to fight. They're both irritated that they became wholly separate Servants despite being the same person. She accepts that Carmilla is her future and essentially the manifestation of all the sins she committed, knowing anything she does now cannot change what she did. She then tells Carmilla that she doesn't be like her despite knowing her past cannot change. With Ritsuka's help, she defeats Carmilla. After Carmilla disappears, Elizabeth bids farewell to her future self and the part of herself so sad she had to separate from. She accepts this act will not lessen her sins nor the fear that others feel towards her. She resolves to continue denying her future while singing along the way. Later, she and Kiyohime are convinced by Siegfried, Mozart, and Georgios to help the others inside the castle while they stay behind to deal with the others. Unbeknownst to either of them, the three didn't want them around because of their Noble Phantasm, particularly how noisy Elizabeth's is.

Inside the castle, while the group rush towards the throne room, Elizabeth admires the bloody decorum. Fighting their way through wyverns, they're soon confronted by Gilles de Rais. They try to fight him, but they're overwhelmed by him and his sea demons. Elizabeth and Kiyohime then resolve to hold him off while the others go on ahead to defeat Jeanne Alter. They end up chasing after him though when he suddenly runs off to the throne room. There they learn Jeanne Alter is actually the manifestation of Gilles' wish to the Holy Grail, twisted by his own rage towards France and God. After the era is restored with his defeat, Elizabeth and Kiyohime bid farewell to Ritsuka before disappearing.

Septem: The Eternal Madness EmpireEdit

Elizabeth appears as one of Stheno's servants alongside Tamamo Cat meant to test her cave ahead of Ritsuka, Mash Kyrielight, and Nero. They're introduced to the group by her after they complete the cave. Elizabeth found the cave to be a boring dungeon, but she considers a live show in a cave to be a new concept. Neither she nor Cat help fight Caligula when he arrives to kill Nero.

Singing Pumpkin Castle Adventure ~Mad Party 2015~Edit

Using a fragment of the Grail that she found during Orleans, Elizabeth summons Tamamo Cat, Mata Hari, Carmilla, and Vlad III Elizabeth sends an letter of invitation to Chaldea, inviting them to a Halloween party at her castle. Later, seeing that Ritsuka has arrived, she speaks with Tamamo Cat, who she hired as a maid, about how all the preparations for her grand entrance are now complete. Impressed by Tamamo Cat's ability to cook, Elizabeth says she'll handle the main dash, asking that Tamamo Cat leave some of her seven-spice blend chicken-turkey. After Tamamo Cat confirms everyone has been dispatched in the castle, she states that she'll enjoy the banquet to fullest. Later, hearing that Mata Hari and Carmilla have fallen, she asks Tamamo Cat if Ritsuka, Mash Kyrielight, and Kiyohime are suffering, and states that suffering is the important part of her Halloween party. Waiting for Ritsuka's party to arrive, Elizabeth states she'll give them a welcome to make them wish they were never born. Later, she welcomes the group to Ritsuka's room, to Ritsuka and Mash's surpise, which she decorated with Halloween decorations using the power of the Grail. She then reveals that she sent the invitation, but no one is surprised since she unknowingly said the name of her castle in the letter. Embarrassed that the surprise party is ruined, Elizabeth reveals that she had the group battle her Servants in order to exhaust Ritsuka, so that they'll come to their room and listen to her concert. Hearing Mash say that she could've just come to Chaldea, Elizabeth says that wouldn't be any fun as an idol makes her fans wait for her arrival. She then reveals that she sent the invitation to Chaldea to invite Ritsuka, not to a Halloween party, but to her concert. However, Elizabeth ends up fighting the group after Kiyohime becomes enraged at her for putting the group through such trails just for a concert. After being defeated by the group, Elizabeth asks Ritsuka if they enjoyed her concert, and then goes to sing her encore song that causes Ritsuka to eventually pass out. After Ritsuka wakes up, She asks them if she can stay at Chaldea since she can't go home, which Ritsuka accepts.

Miss Almost Weekly Santa AlterEdit

Elizabeth is hired by Santa Alter to perform a concert for EMIYA, Robin Hood, and David as a final gift to them. After Santa Alter leaves their ship, Elizabeth arrives as the Archers are contemplating about forming a team to their surprise. Elizabeth asks if the ship is the location for the special Christmas concert. She informs them that according to her client's order that since they're out at sea she can sing as loud as she wants. Elizabeth then declares none shall escape her tonight and prepares to perform Love is Dracul.

E Pluribus Unum: The Grand Battle of Legends in North AmericaEdit

Some time after being summoned, Elizabeth met Robin Hood at Dallas. There she remained singing when she was attacked by Celtic soldiers. However, none of them got close to her, as her singing weakened them or caused them to writhe in agony on the ground. After Ritsuka's party defeat the soldiers, Elizabeth recognizes Ritsuka, Mash, and Robin. She confirms to Robin that she has remained in Dallas since when they first met, calling it Broadway. She declares fans shall flock to her, and afterwards she will have her own stage, theater, and cinema built. She will reign over it from an unscalable magical tower. She also declares a 500m of herself will built. Mash convinces her to join them by saying it will help promote her art.

Later, as the group enter a forest, Elizabeth voices her anxiety at seeing such large trees. She also notices a pack of werewolves nearby, though she mistakes them as gorillas. After killing the werewolves and passing through the forest, the group enter Alexandria. There they witness Nero being confronted by Fergus Mac Róich, who was ordered to kill her. After the group help her kill Fergus, Elizabeth declares to Nero that they shall settle now who has the greater talent. She admits though that they're bonded by true friendship after Nero declares she shall build Hollywood. After she is convinced the group, Elizabeth agrees with Nero to postpone their showdown until the Celts are defeated. Later at night, after setting up camp in a forest, Geronimo reveals the Celts are based in Washington. Elizabeth becomes concerned when he decides they need to infiltrate Washington and assassinate the Servants there. She goes with his plan though when he says Washington isn't very well defended despite the slim chance of success. Geronimo has the group split into two: one to go with Florence Nightingale and Rama to find Sita to heal him and another to carryout the assassination. Nero convinces Elizabeth to go with Ritsuka, Mash, Nightingale, and Rama while she goes with the others to Washington, saying they'll do their idol showdown afterwards. She is concerned though that Nero isn't suited to assassination, but she's convinced when Nero says she is well-versed in assassination and that Rama is too similar to her. Geronimo inform Ritsuka's team that they will be heading to Alcatraz to rescue Sita.

The next morning, the two parties prepare to split off for their respective missions. Elizabeth is annoyed that Robin and Nero tell Ritsuka to protect her, insisting it is the other way around. She and Nero then promise to successfully return from their missions and have their showdown. Eventually, Ritsuka's party make their way to the coast near Alcatraz. Elizabeth says they shouldn't be concerned about getting spotted by enemy Servants since the island isn't very large. She also says she doesn't want to swim in the ocean, not wanting the seawater to dry her skin. Since swimming to the island would also prove difficult for Ritsuka, Mash borrows a boat from an old man, who warns her of Dragonkin on the island. Elizabeth isn't worried about the dragonkin since she is one too, angrily explaining to Rama that's why she has horns and a tail. Coming ashore on the island, the group head for the prison while slaying wyverns sent by a Servant. Arriving at the prison, they confront the Servant, and Nightingale demands he releases Sita. He refuses and introduces himself as Beowulf, and he sends a dragon to kill the group. After they slay the dragon, Beowulf fights the group. After he’s defeated, Beowulf allows the group to enter the prison and says they will meet again.

Inside the prison, the group meet Sita as Rama faints from his wound. After Mash informs her of the circumstances of Rama’s wound, Sita reveals Rama was afflicted with a curse by ​Vali​‘s wife when he fatally ambushed her husband. This curse keeps Sita and Rama apart even as Heroic Spirits, and either will be summoned as Rama never to be summoned simultaneously. Sita confesses she will disappear when Rama awakes even with the abnormality of the current situation. Nightingale heals Rama’s wound, but Gáe Bolg’s curse still persists. Sita then sacrifices herself by taking the curse into herself to dispel it. After Rama wakes up, the group leave to rendezvous with Geronimo’s group. However, they are confronted by Diarmuid Ua Duibhne and Fionn mac Cumhaill upon exiting the prison. After killing the pair, the group receive a transmission from Robin. He informs them that the assassination plan failed, suspecting the others are dead now. He tells the group to meet with him at abandoned United Western States base he is heading for. After receiving his coordinates, the group leave to meet with him.

Ritsuka‘s group eventually locate Robin to see him under attack by Celtic soldiers. After they’re defeated, Robin informs the group about what transpired during the failed assassination of Medb. He also details how a Servant saved him from Arjuna and Cú Chulainn Alter’s pursuit. That same Servant then introduces herself as Scáthach. She confesses she originally intended to destroy the era until she decided a human needs to end the war upon seeing Ritsuka. She refuses Mash’s offer to join them, but offers her help all the same. She admits even she cannot defeat Cú Chulainn Alter, as his power granted by Medb’s wish rivals her own. She warns she could destroy the Grail along with Medb but that would delay the repair of the era greatly. Romani tells the group to eliminate Medb themselves, with Scáthach being a last resort. A horde of Celtic soldiers then attack the camp, so the group go to defeat them. While continuing to defeat the Celts, they notice another Servants defeating Shadow Servants summoned by Medb. Impressed by his skills, Scáthach asks for his name. He answers Li Shuwen and challenges Scáthach to a fight. She refuses however unless he can defeat Mash, otherwise he must leave. After fighting Mash to a standstill, Li Shuwen sees the group stands a chance against the Celtic. He then requests Scáthach to fight him at the end regardless of the world’s state. After she accepts his requests, he says Thomas Edison seems to be possessed by something. Mash invites him into the group, but he refuses yet they can consider him an ally. After he leaves, Nightingale requests to see Edison, believing he is afflicted like Li Shuwen said. Ritsuka and the others agree with her request and depart for Denver to confront Edison.

Travelling back west, the group come across a town being attacked by Celts. They prepare to kill them, but Robin wants them captured instead. Elizabeth incorrectly assumes he wants to torture them. After capturing a few of the Celts, Ritsuka and Robin take the prisoners to a mechanized infantry robot. Robin states he is Second Lieutenant Anderson Komadori and says he is transferring prisoners to headquarters. As the prisoners are Celts, the robot allows him to pass. After killing more Celts, the group proceed to Edison’s stronghold.

At the stronghold, a robot prevents the group’s entry, so they destroy it. Afterwards, Romani’s transmission is suddenly hijacked by Edison, who initially believes the group joined the Celts. Elizabeth is particularly insulted that Helena Blavatsky assumes Geronimo's party begged for their lives to join the Celts after failing to assassinate Medb. Inside the stronghold, the group is confronted by Karna. However, as they fight him, Karna is ordered by Edison to return to the throne room. Entering the throne room, the group defeat Edison along with Helena and Karna. Edison refuses to give up however and prepares to drink an elixir to transform himself, but Karna throws it on the floor. Nightingale tells Edison the Celts are infinite while Edison’s army is limited. It is then revealed that Edison’s tyranny resulted from his mind being affected by accumulated thoughts of the presidents entrusting him with America’s future. Nightingale tells Edison he diverted his attention from the world to protect America despite his obligation to protect the world. Edison realizes his error, and he becomes worried about starting over. However, he is convinced by Helena and Karna to continue as he has always done. Thanking them, Edison apologizes to and thanks Ritsuka, and joins the group. 

They later hold a strategy meeting to devise a way to defeat the Celts. Elizabeth's plan is to simply invade and defeat the Celts, but Edison denies it. She then says they could sing to heal the Celt's souls, but everyone denies that plan also. She assumes the Celts lack knowledge of music to appreciate her music. She is insulted when Ritsuka says Death Metal needs to be invented before her music can be appreciated, insisting her genre is pop. Continuing the meeting, Edison states the Celts will be invading Denver via the northern and southern routes. Romani warns if the Celts conquer any more of America then the era will no long withstand its separation from reality and “die”. The group eventually decides with a two prong attack with two armies of Servants and robots to attack along the northern and southern routes. One army will hold its ground against the Celts while the other will breakthrough to the White House. Elizabeth says they should leave the assigning of Servants to Ritsuka since they're familiar with them after fighting alongside them in previous Singularities. Agreeing with her, The group trust the decision to Ritsuka.

The next day, Ritsuka announces their decision. The north army will have Elizabeth, Robin, Edison, and Helena. The south army will have Ritsuka, Mash, Karna, Rama, Nightingale, and Scáthach. The north army will hold the Celts long enough for south army to breakthrough to Washington. As the north army prepare to depart, Elizabeth feels she's strangely connected to Ritsuka, and assumes she will be summoned in another era anyways. She says she'll fine as long as Ritsuka can avenge Nero. She tries to sing a song to cheer them on, but she is insulted when they pretend to be sick. She ignores it though and says she'll sing for the Celts along the way to Robin's dismay. Later, as the north army clash with the Celts, Elizabeth is annoyed there are still so many after Robin cut their forces by 60% with his guerrilla tactics and trickery. She is then asks Robin how things are going on the other side, to which he informs her that Karna was killed. She agrees not to tell Edison about it, then asks how Ritsuka doing. He replies their party forced Cú Chulainn Alter to retreat and are now marching towards Washington. Elizabeth asks if their tasks are the still same, so Robin asks Edison about it. Edison answers they are to Elizabeth and Robin's disappointment. Beowulf then arrives, though he is disappointed that Ritsuka and the others aren't present. Elizabeth tells them they're out, insulted that she was called scrawny. Finding him to be vulgar, she tells Robin to fight him. But he is reluctant to do so, concerned that he might die without her help. Given his skills are long-ranged attacks, poison, and sabotage, Elizabeth tells Robin to support her from behind with his arrows while she fights Beowulf directly. Unfortunately the pair are easily overwhelmed until Li Shuwen arrives to fight Beowulf himself.

Later, Elizabeth and the others are shocked when Helena suddenly demands Edison to order the troops to retreat. Suddenly Clan Calatin bursts from the ground, having been summoned by Medb with the Holy Grail. Elizabeth is concerned about Ritsuka, but Robin replies he received a transmission that they're fine. He also says Clan Calatin was sent to destroy them instead. Elizabeth then scolds Edison when he begins to give up, pulling him by the ear. She reminds him that Ritsuka to do this, saying the front will collapse if they give up now. Robin agrees with her, but he's concerned their attacks will be ineffective. Elizabeth says it doesn't matter, as they only need to survive. She voices her refusal to lose to them, saying they killed her rival and friend Nero. She then saved from an attack from above by Robin, and resolves herself to fight Clan Calatin with him. However, the pair struggle against the Demon Gods when Elizabeth is about to killed. She is saved though by Edison, who decided to fight thanks to Helena's advice. She is amazed by his World Faith Domination, finding it could make her concerts even brighter. However, despite assistance of Edison, Helena, and Li Shuwen, the group continue to struggle against Clan Calatin. Elizabeth refuses to retreat when Edison tells her to do so, claiming she can still fight. Nikola Tesla then arrives to help, then Arjuna also arrives and destroys Clan Calatin with Pashupata at the cost of his life. With the war now over, Elizabeth and the others watch as Edison and Tesla begin fighting. When the era is restored, Elizabeth says how tired she is after being summoned in three Singularities to Robin's shock. She agrees with Robin that Ritsuka is pretty amazing for correcting now five Singularities, even though she considers them far from her ideal Master. She then bids farewell to him before she disappears.

Halloween Comeback! Super Ultra ☆ Giant Pumpkin Village ~To Adventure We Go…~Edit

Elizabeth's Castle Csejte is taken over by a queen, who proceeds to summon an upside down golden pyramid on top of the castle. Since she and her Caster counterpart refuse to bow to her, the queen orders Tristan and Lancelot to remove them. After being ousted from their own castle, the Elizabeths run to a nearby forest. They begin to argue with each other over their lack of ideas on how to get their castle back when a mysterious light envelops them both.

Elizabeth later encounters Ritsuka Fujimaru and Mash Kyrielight in the town tavern, and begins to chase after them when they flee. After Ritsuka and Mash decide to hear her plea, Elizabeth explains how she was driven out of her castle. She asks them to help remove the queen and her pyrmaid, which crushed the concert hall, from her castle. Suddenly, the group are surrounded by a squadron of the queen's knights. One of the knights announces that Halloween will purged by order of the queen, with a sentence of exile or hard labor given to those who speak of or desire to bring back Halloween. The Knight also says they received a complaint regarding Elizabeth's inappropriate outfit, though Elizabeth claims its the outfit of a hero. Refusing to choose either exile or hard labor, Elizabeth fights the knights with Ritsuka and Mash when they try to restrain her. After the knights retreat, the group move on to the castle. While going there, Elizabeth tells the others why she was in the tavern wearing a sign saying: "Please take me home!". She explains she ask the tavern's owner, Mata Hari, to provide with strong companions who'll worship her, but Mata Hari merely smiled and gave her the sign.

Entering the nearby forest, Elizabeth tells Ritsuka and Mash that they need more companions, specifically a Caster with healing abilities. However, the Servants the group can think are out of the question, so Mash suggests they return to the tavern to ask around. Elizabeth says returning to the tavern isn't a good idea though, so Mash asks Romani Archaman to search for a Servant. Romani responds he's detected a Servant nearby, so Elizabeth tries to find them when she gets caught in a trap. Monsters begin to approach as Elizabeth helplessly hangs upside down, but Ritsuka and Mash slay the monsters. Unfortunately for Elizabeth, her constant flailing during the whole incident caused all her blood rush to her head and fall unconscious. After being cut down and regaining consciousness, she yells at Ritsuka and Mash for leaving her hanging while they fought the monsters. She also accuses of Romani lying about there being a Servant nearby, but he says the Servant refuses to come out. She becomes concerned when she notices Ritsuka's uneased, which unknown to her is due to them realizing on how to make the Servant unveil themselves. Elizabeth decides to sing for Ritsuka to make them feel better, which they accept to the utter shock of Mash and Romani. The hidden Servant is revealed to be Robin Hood when accidentally released his No Face May King to stop her from singing. Elizabeth realizes the trap she was caught in earlier was Robin's doing, which he confirms, saying the traps are for the monsters roaming in the town outskirts. Elizabeth agrees with Mash that the pyramid is the cause of the monsters' appearance, though Robin disagrees since the monsters appeared long before the pyramid. Robin decides to join the group to overthrow the queen when Elizabeth rushes toward the monsters, so he and the others follow after her. After the monsters are slain, Elizabeth says they need a mage before they can assault the pyramid. Robin says he knows someone who can fulfill that role, though he's concerned since she's similar to Elizabeth.

As the group follow Robin to where the mage is, he describes how the mage is similar to Elizabeth. Elizabeth denies the similarities between her and the mage, though Robin and Mash strongly agree with the description. When Robin lists more of the mage's character traits, She criticizes her for having too many traits, comparing her to an idol of little talent. She also criticizes Mash when she lists her character traits since they all sound negative. Suddenly, a giant illusion of a woman appears, startling both Elizabeth and Mash. Robin asks her for the reason for the illusion, to which she answers its because of Elizabeth's nasty aura. The woman asks for Elizabeth, then declares they'll be eternal rivals due to feeling angered by their similarities. Elizabeth accepts the declaration of eternal rivalry also feeling angered by their similarities. Understanding that their opinions, the two women remain silently staring at each other, then suddenly shout asking for the other's name. The woman introduces herself as Nitocris followed by Elizabeth introducing herself. The two claim they'll get never get along despite their similarities, and Robin stating otherwise makes them fervently deny their similarities. Elizabeth and Nitocris then argue about her armor being too old in style that escalates in Elizabeth running to Nitocris' cave to fight her. After defeating ghosts and a sphinx, Elizabeth confronts Nitocris herself, and they seemingly get into a friendly conversation before . After Nitocris is defeated, she and Elizabeth compliment each other,on their ghosts and songs. Becoming friends with Elizabeth, Nitocris decides to join the group when Mash and Robin finally catch up. Elizabeth then says they need go to the Glacier Zone next. Ibaraki-douji then suddenly appears, mistaken for a jester by Elizabeth.

Travelling to the Glacier Zone, the group try to rush for Elizabeth and Nitocris' sake whose outfits cover little of their bodies. They're soon ambushed by a group of monsters, but they able defeat them. After Robin convinces Ibaraki to stay with them, Elizabeth says they need to go to the Lava Zone next.

As soon the group enters the Lava Zone, they all start complaining about the heat. Elizabeth and Nitocris hide behind Mash's shield to keep themselves safe from the splashing magma. Robin alerts the group of nearby enemies, which prompts Elizabeth to question why the queen placed enemies in the Lava Zone since its the only leading to pyramid. After the enemies are defeated, the group continues on through the Lava Zone. Nearing the end, they come across Minamoto no Raikou, Hassan of Serenity, and Kiyohime. When the three seemingly sense Ritsuka, The group hide underneath Robin's No Face May King. Elizabeth questions why they're hiding since they need to defeat the three to pass on through. She understands however that she can't defeat them all, so she decides to keep hiding, regardless of the heat, until they leave. The group unveil themselves when they convince Ritsuka to finally confront Raikou, Serenity, and Kiyohime. However, the group are forced to fight when Elizabeth decides to fight the trio after being insulted by Raikou calling her a moth. Unfortunately, Raikou, Serenity, and Kiyohime keep getting up no matter how many times the group defeat them. Fortunately for the group, Ibaraki blinds the trio with Great Grudge of Rashoumon, then places a decoy of Ritsuka (made by Nitocris) near some lava to drive them away. While Raikou, Serenity, and Kiyohime are harmlessly swimming in the lava, the group make a break for it.

The group arrive at the castle with Elizabeth fearlessly charging on ahead, ignoring Romani's warning of a nearby Servant. She gets frustrated at the others' lack of enthusiasm when to her shock, she encounters Vlad III. She asks Vlad why he's glaring at her, to which answers he came to judge her for her sins. The group seemingly defeat him, but he gets back up and tells Elizabeth that she doesn't understand. After Vlad says Elizabeth needs to understand if she wishes to call herself a hero, the group are suddenly teleported back to the graveyard by a giant floating Siegfried.

At the graveyard, Elizabeth asks Robin to tell what she doesn't understand since he seemed to know. When he points out the situation in town, she recalls that no one was preparing for Halloween, and everyone was locked in their houses. Robin then reveals to the group that the town wasn't celebrating Halloween not because of the queen, but because Elizabeth, the only one excited for Halloween, never ordered them to. Elizabeth makes the excuse she was preparing her concert, as she panics at not knowing what to do. Though scared of seeing Vlad angry at her again, Elizabeth is encourage by the others to properly prepare for Halloween. When she asks how to prepare, Robin tells her to hand out pumpkins, throw candy, have the children get their costumes ready, and expel the wandering spirits drawn to festivities. Then, encouraged by Ibaraki, she loudly proclaim that the Halloween festivities will commence. Her proclamation was so loud though that it made the dead raise, so the group are forced to fight. After defeating the pumpkin-headed undead, the group take the pumpkins to give to the townsfolk.

Arriving back in town, the group split up to ask the townsfolk to help decorate for Halloween while handing out pumpkins; Elizabeth goes Ritsuka and Mash so she can't cause trouble. As agreed, they reconvene back at the town square after two hours. Unfortunately none of them were able to convince the townsfolk to help decorate for Halloween. Elizabeth is frustrated at the people not wanting to help celebrate a festival adults and kids alike can enjoy. Nitocris surmises that the people don't respect Elizabeth as their ruler, which makes Elizabeth ask the reason for it. The group all reply that it's likely her outfit, though she insists she's a hero. A knight then arrives, shocked to see the group again, to whom Elizabeth asks his opinion on her outfit. He criticizes it for showing too much skin as its unprotected, to which she responds that he has no fashion sense. Suddenly, the group are confronted by Tristan and Lancelot (as the Mysterious Black Knight). After they're defeated, Elizabeth announces that the town will celebrate Halloween, including the knights whom she has wear pumpkins. They comply with her order, but they retreat when they realize they can't remove the pumpkin as they've been cursed by Nitocris. With the knights now gone, Elizabeth announces that it's safe to openly celebrate Halloween. Later, after Ibaraki sends Tristan and Lancelot flying back to the pyramid, the group watch as the town celebrates Halloween. Elizabeth states they need to defeat the queen so everyone can enjoy Halloween. She tries to sing a song before the group goes to the castle but she's denied.

At the castle gate, Elizabeth gives Vlad the typical Halloween greeting. Hearing the town festivities, he asks her if she realized why he was angry herself or if others made her see. Regardless of how she came to the answer though, Vlad states that Elizabeth may pass. However he decides to kill her and the others for the horrendous act she had committed in life. After he's defeated, Vlad denies Elizabeth calling him her uncle, saying she should call him that when he's summoned as a king. However, even knowing he currently hates her, Elizabeth tells him that he'll always be her uncle. After Vlad disappears, the group move forward into the castle.

Inside the castle, the group are welcomed by Tristan and Lancelot, who guide them to the queen. As they walk along, Elizabeth warns Ritsuka to be careful around the queen, even though she doesn't know her True Name; Nitocris surmises the queen is egyptian given the pyramid. When they arrived in the throne room, the queen proceeds to mock Elizabeth when notices there is only one of her. Elizabeth reveals her current self was created through a Palingensis-like process from the humiliation of everything being taken from her, and her own self-denial. Since Elizabeth is in the castle, the queen asks her if she understands now her error. Elizabeth responds that she was so excited about her Halloween concert that she ended up neglecting her duties as ruler, realizing she was being immature. She becomes angered by the queen's insults and pompous attitude, so she asks for her identity. The queen prepares to announce her name, but Ritsuka interrupts and reveals she is Cleopatra. Now knowing the queen's True Name, Elizabeth realizes she can't compete with Cleopatra in terms of beauty. Yet despite that, she decides to compete with Cleopatra, believing that her being a idol gives her an advantage. Deciding she can still rule as an idol, Elizabeth challenges Cleopatra to a duel. Before the fight, She states that like Vlad accepted her while not forgiving her, she'll accept both versions of herself despite her clearly selfish nature. After Cleopatra is defeated, Elizabeth announces that the castle is hers once more. She orders Cleopatra to remove the pyramid, but Cleopatra reveals she didn't summon the pyramid. When Elizabeth asks who summoned it, Ozymandias appears and proudly announces that it was him. He agrees with Elizabeth that they need to decorate for Halloween, and that Cleopatra's blood will ruin the festivities if she's executed on the spot. The group are confused though as to why there Egyptians in the Singularity since they have no connection to Castle Csejte. Ozymandias reveals Cleopatra initially refused to be summoned as a Servant, but she took the chance to rule over his pyramid until Halloween's end. Elizabeth calls Cleopatra an idiot when she states she will suppress her selfishness to atone for destroying her kingdom. She tells her that it's fine to be a pharaoh who follows their personal desires. She also admits that Cleopatra ruled better than her when she got too distracted preparing for her concert. After Cleopatra decides to join Chaldea, Elizabeth asks what her selfish wish was. She answers that she wants to see Julius Caesar again, but her description of him is quite different from what everyone else knows. Elizabeth decides they shouldn't show Cleopatra Caesar, but they will have to show her someday. However, the group begins to panic when Caesar rayshifts into the Singularity. After Cleopatra collapses from the shock of seeing Caesar's fat figure, Elizabeth decides to let her stay until her emotional scars heal.

Salomon: The Grand Time TempleEdit

Elizabeth is one of the "Orleans" Singularity Servants to assist the Chaldea against Demon Gods Pillar.[20]

Halloween Strike! Devil's Building Climber : Great Decisive Battle at Himeji CastleEdit


In her interlude The New Eliza (エリザ・新生, Eriza Shinsei?), Elizabeth sends Ritsuka an announcement letter for her live performance, which she claims already has participants lining from the night before. However, She is disappointed when no one shows, but the group quickly is attacked by enemies who want to stop Elizabeth's singing. After defeating all of them, Elizabeth is disappointed that her concert is ruined, but she takes interest in turning her and Mash into an idol duo.

Other appearancesEdit

  • Lancer in Fate/EXTRA CCC Fox Tail
  • CCC48 Red Lancer

She is featured in Fate/EXTRA Gone Wild! Casko!? where she is seen without horns and is wearing the female Tsukumihara Academy uniform.

In Back Alley Satsuki, she is a gold heroine of dragon to protect the fifth temple and she is known as the CCC48 Red Lancer (CCC48 赤ランサー, CCC48 Aka Ransā?).

She is called Eli-chan (エリちゃん, Eri-chan?) in Fate/GUDAGUDA Order.

In Fate/Requiem Elizabeth is a singer for a live house in Shibuya with a large fan following. There are five individual summonings of Elizabeth, and Voyager mistakes them as sisters.


  • Lancer's lance

Lancer also has the capacity to be summoned under the Berserker class, and she switches to it during the events of the story. Her Mad Enhancement is very low, allowing her to retain her reason. There is not much benefit to the skill, turning her Strength and Endurance into a state that is more "don't care about pain" than anything else. She instead has Mental Disorder, a state of the mind falling ill and a mental "super armor" ability. Rather than the common madness added to a Berserker, she becomes incapable of feeling the pain of others and unable to sense the mood in the surroundings.[10]

She wields a Dragon Lance named Sárkány Csont Lándzsa ("Dragon Bone Lance" in Hungarian), though she uses it more as a microphone than as a spear.[21]


She displays two different Noble Phantasms, Kilenc Sárkány and Báthory Erzsébet. The first is utilized under the Lancer class, while the second is utilized under the Berserker class. She continues to utilize Bathory Erzsebet as the Protagonist's Servant. Her Territory Creation allows her to build up a prison-castle and that is mainly used in confining girls. According to the records, the master of the castle would capture five virgins a day, execute three for the sake of bathing in blood, and torture to death one as if a pet. She gave the last remaining the right of challenging various fates:

  • "As it is, I'll be killed"
  • "Plan a escape, but be killed after being betrayed by my comrades"
  • "Be caught by the palace guards and killed"
  • "Falling from the castle and having an accidental death"
  • "…barely escaping alive and prosecuting the demon".

Fate's odds of "successfully escaping" are 1/1000.

She displays excellent Torture Techniques, granted plus modifiers when using utensils of torture. She has a wide range of methods, including locking captured humans in an Iron Maiden and squeezing their blood, tormenting and driving them mad with finger-breakers or restraining devices. At times she will bite at fingers, arms, nape of necks or breasts and even go as far as biting them off. Her Charisma, the coercion as a member of the ruling class, is granted on rank up against women due to a special transmission aid. Though she loves to torture men through torture utensils, she displays an unusual fastidiousness towards men and rarely comes into contact with them directly.[7][9][10]

Mixed BloodEdit

Bathory's Wings

Berserker's Wings

Lancer has been demonized by the Innocent Monster (無辜の怪物, Muko no Kaibutsu?, localized as "Seraphic Monstrosity") skill that uses the image produced from one's deeds in life to distort their past and way of being, which ends up transforming their abilities and appearance. Her form is due to the deeds she practiced in life, unlike Vlad III, another who holds the same skill, being looked down upon as a monster after death due to the work of a novelist. Though she looks like a demon, her horns and tail are those of a dragon, and though her fangs look like those of a vampire, they are also those of a dragon.[9] Dragon Breath (竜の息吹, Ryū no Ibuki?) is a torrent of mana released by a dragon, the strongest Phantasm Species. Super-sonic dragon breath. Although she has turned into a dragon due the Skill Innocent Monster, as expected it is somewhat unreasonable so the power is low.[7][9] Her lungs have been turned into a spirit world, attaining tremendous lung capacity and a Dragon Breath attack through the means of ultrasonic waves. Despite being the ability of the strongest of the Phantasmal Species, she seems to be forcing herself because its power is low.[9]

The form is not a forgery caused solely through the means of Innocent Monster, but rather brought about from the dragon's blood mixed within her. The source is crest of the Báthory family, a shield coat of arms patterned after a red fang that represented the dragon's gallantry, vigorousness, and the brutality of never letting the enemy live.[7] It grants her Magic Resistance (対魔力, Tai Maryoku?, localized as "Anti-Magic") of the same grade as King Arthur, another with dragon blood. She has a reverse scale like that of a Chinese dragon around the area of her coccyx. After having it seen, she becomes red-faced due to embarrassment, has a panic attack, approaches the person who looked, and presents them with the two choices of "Will you be killed by me? or Will you marry me?"[10]

Forms and Alternate VersionsEdit


She was made to wear the Halloween-attribute by means of a Holy Grail that was found by chance. I don't understand anything anymore. An over the top Servant that, while still admiring the idol culture, had even the "princess who dreams inside a castle"-attribute added to her.[13]

Originally, the Halloween was a harvest festival from the Celts and had no relation to something so theme park-like, but Elizabeth has no care about such circumstances. Celebrating because it is remarkably overflowing with romance, launching fireworks because it is awfully dramatic and making pumpkin pies (strong poisons) due to believing the other party will be surely pleased[13] She looks like a demon that would come out during Halloween, but those horns and tails are those of a dragon. Seems that those yaebas are not the fangs of a vampire, but the fangs of a dragon.[13]

Elizabeth completely cast away the piercing-torture, iron maiden anecdotes - while saying "those stories have nothing to do with me" - and changed her weapon from a spear to a fork. Since there is magical energy in excess, she can perform offensive magecraft even without having learned any magecraft in particular. She herself does not understand its reasoning at all. It is very much like Elizabeth to conceal excessive talent, yet not know how to use it.[13]

The ability to create a favorable location to oneself as a Magus. Although she obtained the power of a Holy Grail, the power to forcible redesign the Prison Castle Čachtice into a Pleasure Castle is worthy of praise.[12]

The power to create various tools by Thaumathurgy. Although she had Vlad III and Tamamo Cat's help, her ability to mass produce party goods is worthy of praise. Now if only her music sense as good...[12]

  • Innocent Monster

Someone who, regardless of their intentions or appearance, had the truth about them deeply twisted by rumors. After becoming the party's organizer thanks to the power of the Holy Grail, it's no exaggeration to say that Elizabeth has become Haloween itself. Probably.[12]

  • Prana Burst (Pumpkin)

The ability to store magical energy in a weapon or one's own body and release it instantaneously. Pumpkin spirits reside in Haloween Eliza's weapon and Thaumathurgy, and they can exert the same effect as a first class Prana Burst when in a place with the hustle and bustle of a festival. However, those pumpkin spirits can materialize on the first place thanks to Elizabeth's magical energy. Which came first, the pumpkins or Elizabeth?[12]

  • Performance Continuation

An alternate form of Battle Continuation. Since she returned as the main character, it can also produce Critical Stars. Why can't she use that Guts on someone else?[12]


The Halloween-celebrating Elizabeth (Caster) that became a Saber at the end of an unfortunate fate. With the power of dragon, power of music and a second Halloween on her side, it is not like there isn’t a feeling that nobody can stop her anymore.[23]

With a pure white mantle, a crimson armor and a straightforward great sword that lacks in decorations for modern trends in hand, the Hero Elizabeth pushes on today as well. Her overall weight includes the weight of the armor.[23]

By being chosen as a Hero, her usual mood swings and wickedness have lessened, and Elizabeth acquired a bravery-like (albeit somewhat willful) personality that helps the weak and outwits the strong. That is because Elizabeth is mistaking her own position as a hero - maybe due to perceiving that “Saber = an ally of justice” - and working hard to fulfill it; or so it seems. However, since she is sticking to an unfamiliar character of the side of justice, she is even more clumsy than usual.[23]

  • Double Class: E

A miraculous mutation born from a fusion between Lancer and Caster. That being said, there are no benefits in special.[23]

  • Prana Burst (Courage): D

Although it is Prana Burst, this is an extremely rare internal-type. Increases defenses. Strangely, she is not glad at all.[23]

  • Heroic Great Principle: EX
  1. a hero must be invincible;
  2. a hero must be enthusiastic;
  3. a hero can freely use most of the lost items;

...and so on; the saying goes that there are about ten general rules. As far as Skills go, this is like a lead up to the protagonist-reversal usually seen in action manga.[23]

  • Legend of the Crimson Hero: EX

A hero’s greatest secret art and super-privilege, said to be only usable in the movie-version. Consumes large amounts of hero power to achieve a super power-up. A super buff of the same type as Tamamo-chan Summer’s Goddess Metamorphosis. However, despite having such requirements, this is a gamble skill that has random factors in it. People can only think of her as a player.[23]


Creation and ConceptionEdit

Elizabeth Bathory was written by Kinoko Nasu. Takashi Takeuchi was the character designer for her in Fate/EXTRA CCC. Arco Wada is the character illustrator for her.[6][12][22]


  1. 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 1.11 1.12 1.13 1.14 1.15 1.16
  2. 2.00 2.01 2.02 2.03 2.04 2.05 2.06 2.07 2.08 2.09 2.10 2.11 2.12 2.13 2.14 2.15
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.8 3.9
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 4.7 4.8 4.9 Fate/EXTELLA material - Elizabeth Bathory, p.052-053
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3
  6. 6.00 6.01 6.02 6.03 6.04 6.05 6.06 6.07 6.08 6.09 6.10 6.11 6.12 6.13 6.14 6.15 6.16 6.17 Fate/Grand Order material I - Elizabeth Báthory, p.164-169
  7. 7.00 7.01 7.02 7.03 7.04 7.05 7.06 7.07 7.08 7.09 7.10 7.11 7.12 7.13 7.14 7.15 7.16 7.17 7.18 7.19 7.20 7.21 7.22 7.23 7.24
  8. 8.00 8.01 8.02 8.03 8.04 8.05 8.06 8.07 8.08 8.09 8.10 8.11 8.12 Fate/EXTELLA material - Servant Lancer English, p.011
  9. 9.00 9.01 9.02 9.03 9.04 9.05 9.06 9.07 9.08 9.09 9.10 9.11 9.12 9.13 9.14 9.15 9.16 9.17 9.18 9.19 9.20
  10. 10.00 10.01 10.02 10.03 10.04 10.05 10.06 10.07 10.08 10.09 10.10 10.11 10.12 10.13 10.14
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 11.3 11.4 11.5 11.6
  12. 12.00 12.01 12.02 12.03 12.04 12.05 12.06 12.07 12.08 12.09 12.10 12.11 12.12 12.13 12.14 12.15 12.16 12.17 12.18 12.19 12.20 12.21 12.22 12.23 12.24 12.25 12.26 Fate/Grand Order material II - Elizabeth Báthory (Halloween), p.202-205, Translation by Gabriulio
  13. 13.00 13.01 13.02 13.03 13.04 13.05 13.06 13.07 13.08 13.09 13.10 13.11 13.12 13.13 13.14 13.15 13.16 13.17 13.18 13.19 13.20 13.21 13.22 13.23 13.24
  14. Strange Tail Girl introductory profile
  15. Caster describing Lancer
  16. Fate/EXTRA CCC - Chapter 1: Backyard of Eden
  17. Fate/EXTRA CCC - Chapter 2: Girls laboratory
  18. Fate/EXTRA CCC - Chapter 5: Iron Maiden Princess
  19. Fate/EXTRA CCC - Chapter 7: I Love You
  20. Fate/Grand Order - Salomon: The Grand Time Temple - Act 02: I / Blast Furnace Naberius
  21. Fate/EXTELLA - Li Shuwen Side Story Stage 1
  22. 22.00 22.01 22.02 22.03 22.04 22.05 22.06 22.07 22.08 22.09 22.10 22.11 22.12 22.13 22.14 22.15 22.16 22.17 22.18 22.19 22.20 22.21 22.22 Fate/Grand Order material IV - Elizabeth Báthory (Brave), p.260-265
  23. 23.00 23.01 23.02 23.03 23.04 23.05 23.06 23.07 23.08 23.09 23.10 23.11 23.12 23.13 23.14 23.15 23.16 23.17 23.18 23.19 23.20 23.21 23.22 23.23 23.24 23.25 23.26
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