Although she currently has the physique of a woman with a more masculine face, different characters refer to her with both types of gender pronouns. Kirschtaria and Kadoc Zemlupus use male pronouns, while Ophelia Phamrsolone uses a male pronoun but corrects herself to a female one.
Anastasia: Permafrost Empire Edit
Caenis is a Servant under Kirschataria Wodime, implied to have earned her cooperation by defeating her. Kirischtaria sends her to observe the "Anastasia" Lostbelt, incase Kadoc is unable to handle the situation with Chaldea.
Caenis later meets with Kadoc and Anastasia, provokingly questioning if Kadoc is able to handle the burden of raising the Lostbelt. Kadoc, however, is confident in his abilities, believing that he and Anastasia will be the victors in the end. Caenis is convinced by Kadoc's answer, promising to tell Kirischtaria that he is doing fine and also noting that the King of the Russian Lostbelt is truly a top-class monster on par with the chief deity under Kirschtaria. Caenis also asks about Chaldea, with Kadoc saying that they have appeared and he will deal with them. Caenis then leaves, presumably returning to Kirischtaria.
Götterdämmerung: The Eternal Flame CenturyEdit
Caenis claims to be a Divine Spirit, rather than a Heroic Spirit, which is further confirmed by the Crypters. She is able to travel between Lostbelts. Her armaments are a large-tipped Spear and a Shield. In the Scandanavian Lostbelt, it is stated that she possesses Poseidon's Divine Authority after the latter's death.
Creation and ConceptionEdit
Azusa is the character designer for Lancer.
- ↑ Fate/Grand Order: Cosmos in the Lostbelt - Anastasia: The Permafrost Empire: Prologue intro.1
- ↑ Fate/Grand Order: Cosmos in the Lostbelt: Anastasia - Intro
- ↑ Fate/Grand Order: Cosmos in the Lostbelt: Anastasia - Chapter 12