Hamuru Kotou (胡島 はむる, Kotou Hamuru?) is a D-level patient with Agonist Disorder at Origa Memorial Hospital. His Disorder is called Sea Turtle Style (ウミガメの味?). He is unable to digest solid matter, so he must liquefy everything to eat. Kanata Ishizue fights him, remarking, "Overwhelming victory; Sorry, but poisonous abilities aren't effective on me."
Marine Origa (檻我 鞠音, Origa Marine?) is the only known E-level patient with Agonist Disorder at Origa Memorial Hospital. Deceased in their room, it is unknown if their last name had any connection to the hospital. Their Disorder was called Fuck-slut Dreamy Siesta (夢見がちファッキン泥棒猫シエスタ?), but details are unknown. Kanata Ishizue's commentary was ""Unearned win; Lies already dead inside a special hopsital room. I had already lost interest anyway."
Meruka Kuramitsu (倉密メルカ, Kuramitsu Meruka?) is a D-level patient with Agonist Disorder at Origa Memorial Hospital. His Disorder is called Klein Cube Cleanness: Inescapable Brain Pitfall (出口なき脳髄陥穽（クラインキューブクラインネス）?), the ability to invade the consciousness of others. He is an "advocate of defeat." He previously encountered Mato Tohma and her Desert Eagles. After being placed in Ward D, Kanata Ishizue fought him, stating “At the end, he took refuge inside me, although I could not strike him, there was nowhere to escape.” He has the same name as the nickname used by Mitsuru Kamekura in Kara no Kyoukai, but there is no connection between the stories or characters.
Yutaka Nirabishi (韮菱 豊, Nirabishi Yutaka?) is a C-level patient with Agonist Disorder at Origa Memorial Hospital. His disorder is called Marble Fumble Market: Grocery Store Assaulter (注文が襲う雑貨店（マーブルファンブルマーケット）?). He is killed by Kanata Ishizue in an "overwhelming victory" for her. She notes, "Strangely professed himself to be a former charismatic salesperson. Really likes to divulge people's weaknesses and traumas."
Class 5-10-kun (５－１０君?), also called Gou Tou-kun (ごー・とう君?), is a NPC found in the Moon Holy Grail War of the Fate/EXTRA series. Based on Gai Gotou, he is found on the first floor of the Old School building in front of the caretaker's office in which Jinako Carigiri resides. He is an "ordinary student NPC" who is good at imitating others, or "imitation is his life." He is able to completely take on the role of any character from movies he has watched, changing lines, behaviors, and mannerisms from chapter to chapter in Fate/EXTRA CCC.
Alicia (アリシア, Arishia?) is the biological mother of Leonardo B. Harwey. She was described with beautiful long golden hair and a loving mother to Leo and Julius B. Harwey. Julius was ordered by his father to assassinate Alicia “Leo will be the next King. Eliminate everything that is unnecessary to him.” Alicia last words to Julius was to “Take good care of Leo for me.”
Alma Petresia (アルマ・ペトレシア, Aruma Petoreshia?) is a Christian sister who works at the church in Trifas under the authority of the Holy Church. She is completely unrelated to the Church's Executors or the Assembly of the Eighth Sacrament, and was merely ordered, “For now, watch over the situation of this town”. She never investigated matters unnecessarily, simply ignoring the existence of the magi in town and passing several decades there in an unconcerned manner. Naturally, she is not able to get excited and passionate at her age. Just when she thought that, she received a shock from Ruler who appeared before her suddenly. When Alma first saw her, she realized with a glance that she was the esteemed saint Jeanne d’Arc and almost fainted.
Anne is the late wife of Dan Blackmore. Upon her death, Dan sought to use the Holy Grail to bring her back to life, although he claimed he was partaking in the Moon Holy Grail War solely on the Queen's orders. Dan was defeated by Hakuno Kishinami, at which point he realized his wish was inherently selfish and was content with dying so he could reunite with Anne.
Cardinal Laurentis (ラウレンティス枢機卿, Raurenthisu Sūkikyō?) is a cardinal of the Church, known for utilizing trickery and working behind the scenes for the Church's benefit. Within the world of Fate/EXTRA, he has begrudgingly become the Pope as of the 2030s, acting as the leader of the organization as a whole and keeping a good relationship with the Harwey family. In regard to not wishing to becoming the Pope, he felt that "I'm such an atrocious fellow that it's ridiculous to think that I could be the successor of the Pope."
The Einzbern Tuner is a member of a magus family that was tasked with interacting with human society in the Einzberns’ place. They were essentially their traders who’d barter for any needed materials the homunculi family could not acquire on their own. Based in a separate house from the Einzbern castle, they possessed the aesthetic sense needed to take care of the Einzberns.
This family, along with the Einzberns themselves, had dwindled in number over generations and, by the time of Fate/stay night, only one remained. This person often worked in the castle as a butler and would teach the medieval-minded homunculi about the outside world.
His whereabouts after the conclusion of the Fifth Holy Grail War are unknown.
Gazamy (ガザミィ, Gazamyi?), the Evil Spirit is a Magus that is considered to be the greatest disaster of the Mage's Association. While he is not that dangerous as a person, he has a magic attribute that is more troublesome to magi than any other ever recorded. He had been locked away at the bottom of London Tower due to this reason, but he escaped somewhen at the end of the 20th century. While he has not appeared in any Type-Moon works, Fate/complete material III suggests he will have a role eventually, while he is briefly referenced in Lord El-Melloi II Case Files material.
George, voiced by and based on Jouji Nakata, is the manager of Ahnenerbe who appears in All Around Type-Moon. He employed Lancer to work as a waiter for his restaurant, as well as two part-time clerks: Chikagi Katsuragi and Hibiki Hibino. George is noted for collecting rare artifacts and keeping them at Ahnenerbe, although Caren Hortensia points out that at least one of these artifacts is dangerous. George is able to emit a threatening aura that reminds various characters of a particular individual is also frightening; in Lancer's case, it's Kirei Kotomine. He is a specialist in Italian cuisine and his customers are said to like the pies he bakes.
The unnamed magus who trained Haruri Borzak is an elderly magus who possesses the form of a young girl with a crow familiar. It is unknown if she really is over eighty years old or if she inherited her Magic Circuits complete with the knowledge of their previous owners. Her crow may also have the capacity to speak and may be a part of herself. She is a magus who, despite belonging to the Clock Tower, keeps her distance from it out of dislike for its power struggles. After the death of Haruri's parents, she took her in as her ward, but not her apprentice, and became her legal guardian. Years before Fate/strange Fake, when Haruri was 14, she tried to dissuade her charge from joining the True and False Holy Grail Wars and collaborating with the monster Francesca Prelati all for the sake of her vendetta against the Mage's Association and the World of Magecraft, to no avail. And since Haruri was not her apprentice, she could not force her to do anything.
Holly (ホリイ?) is a member of Seraphix, a division of Chaldea Security Organization. During the incident where Kiara takes over, he was one of the last four survivors with Arnold Beckman, Mable Macintosh, and Torapain. He took to injecting himself with morphine, eventually taking too much and shutting himself inside a locker for a week. After the defeat of Kiara, BB makes the event an imaginary numbers phenomenon, so it is if "nothing had happened" and all staff besides Kiara are saved.
James Cavendish is a man who was murdered seven years before Lord El-Melloi II Case Files by Karabo Frampton under the manipulation of Doctor Heartless for the purpose of stealing Cavendish's Mystic Eyes. The abilities of his eyes are unknown other than cut off quotes from the report of his death saying, "I can see things that aren't-" and "-can see places other than this one right-". He was killed through Karabo's mystic eyes severing his head, and his head was taken from the scene.
Kaede Makidera (蒔寺楓?), also called Extra Makidera (エクストラ蒔寺?) and ExMa (てエトマ?), is the NPC acting as the Head of the Journalism Club (新聞部部長?) in the school building during the Moon Holy Grail War of the Fate/EXTRA series. She has partners similar to Kane Himuro and Yukika Saegusa. Her purpose is to guide the Master candidates through the Holy Grail War preliminaries. She is a "super heroine", described as rough around the edges, a vague speaker, and a slow thinker. During the development phase of the game, she was going to be a talented track and field club captain, but they chose journalism due to having a character that "specializes in being extremely annoying." She only briefly appears in Fate/EXTRA CCC.
Kirishima (霧島?) is the Homurahara Academy student council vice president under Issei in Fate/hollow ataraxia, said to be the only suitable successor to the presidency. Shirou compares their relationship as student and teacher, but Issei says that he cannot back even a willing entry from her because it would go against the democratic process in him personally instilling a new president. There is another vice president in Fate/school life, Tsunokuma. It is unknown if she replaced him, or if the story setting was changed after hollow ataraxia.
Kobayashi (小林?), voiced by Sho Okumura, is a Third Class Lieutenant in the JSDF. His call sign is Diablo II, and he pilots a Mitsubishi F-15J. Along with Ougi, he is called back from border patrol for a requested disaster relief operation, and he is unnerved by the report of it being a monster. He requests permission to fight if the report is true, and is unnerved by Ougi's death flag remark. Upon reaching the monster, he makes a descent to better see it through the mist. With an opponent not of modern technology, he is unable to even gauge or react to its tentacles instantly reaching for him. He is only able to scream as he loses control and his jet is absorbed into the body of the creature.
Kouji Yamazaki (山崎コウジ, Yamazaki Kouji?) is a Master-candidate participating in the Moon Holy Grail War preliminaries in Fate/EXTRA Last Encore. Only their name is shown, so it is unknown if they died in the preliminaries or managed to qualify.
Krishna (クリシュナ, Kurishuna?) is the dorm supervisor of Gray's dorm at the Clock Tower. Gray describes him as someone who is obsessed with helping people, and comments that he is good at cooking.
The Magician of the First Magic (第一魔法の魔法使い?) is the original discoverer of the First Magic. They were born on the night before the advent of the AD calendar. They were a magician who died long ago, the only one of the five to be considered outright deceased. It is said the person who would be their heir is still alive, but "barely." The Barthomeloi family considers the magician the only person worthy of their respect for unknown reasons.
The Magician of the Fourth Magic (第四魔法の魔法使い?) is the original discoverer of the Fourth Magic. They are a magician who has disappeared, but is still considered to be alive. Details about their True Magic are unknown, but the other magicians agree it exists and say, "it is there for sure." Not even they know the name of the magician.
Her birthday is the day that Ritsuka and Mash return from the London Singularity, which had been forgotten in the following fuss. Ritsuka discovers this when he accidentally comes across her journal. He and Mash make a cake for Maomao to make up for it, which she eats while crying gratefully.
Master of Copenhagen (コペンハーゲンのマスター, Kopenhāgen no Masutā?) is the owner of the Copenhagen, a liquor store and bar that has employed Shirou Emiya for five years. He is the father of Otoko Hotaruzuka, who is also employed there. He is very generous to Shirou when paying him, willingly paying him a week's worth of pay for only three hours of work, and he was the only person to hire Shirou after Kiritsugu's death made him feel a responsibility to pay for his own expenses. He likes sweet food, while his daughter likes spicy food, making Shirou see them as a well-balanced family.
The Nameless YggdmillenniaHomunculus is a homunculus created by Yggdmillennia during the Great Holy Grail War for the purpose of battle and upkeep of the castle. She is fatally wounded by the aftershock of Spartacus' final attack in the battle between the Red Faction and the Black Faction that ends with the theft of the Greater Grail by the Hanging Gardens of Babylon. Sieg comes upon her after contracting with Astolfo, hoping to save her before quickly realizing that she is beyond help. Her eyesight was lost from being hit by debris, she was impaled by a candle stand from the castle, and her legs were torn off by the blast. Her pain receptors are either non-functional, or she decides to overlook the sensation of pain, leading her to try to return to her duties.
Sieg is unable to do anything for her besides hold her hand, promising to do her cleaning duties for her. Seemingly unaware of her situation, she says she will take a brief rest. As she dies, she thanks Sieg for returning for the homunculi and saving her. Sieg realizes she likely knew he was simply acting because he could do nothing for her, possibly even from the beginning.
Nanami Moriyama (森山 奈菜巳, Moriyama Nanami?) is the sister of Nanaki Moriyama from Fate/kaleid liner PRISMA☆ILLYA. She attends the same school as Shirou and Rin, and she shows affection towards Shirou, much to Rin and Luvia's displeasure. Nanaki says her sister is an F-cup, which leaves Illya confused as to why she thought that was necessary to say.
Nazica Pentel (ナジカ・ペンテル, Najika Penteru?) is a magus of the Mage's Association. She is a relative of the Pentel brothers. A student of Lord El-Melloi II and member of the El-Melloi Classroom with her twin sister Radia, they have the ability to harmonize their magical energy, marking them as two of the highest students, though their eccentric personalities cause a lot of trouble for their teacher.
Under his tutelage, she is one of many promoted to either the ranks "Brand" or "Pride".
Octavia Leyland (オクタヴィア・レイランド?) is the receptionist of the Norwich student dormitory at the Clock Tower. She processes the admissions of Rin Tohsaka and Luvia Edelfelt, but quickly gets involved in a quarrel between the two, panicking as they break the rules of the dormitory and even serving as commentator to their fighting moves. She recounts the incident as being "the worst in the dormitory's history".
Ougi (仰木, Ōgi?), voiced by Go Inoue, is a First Class Lieutenant in the JSDF. His call sign is Diablo I, and he pilots a Mitsubishi F-15J. Along with Kobayashi, he is called back from border patrol for a requested disaster relief operation, and he is bewildered by the report of it being a monster. Having to follow orders no matter the validity, they head towards the operation, with Ougi saying “If this is a monster film, we are surely the roles which will be killed. The underdogs from Ultraman.” Upon seeing the monster and a strange UFO, he lacks the understanding to explain the situation.
With Kobayashi's jet being swallowed, he loses his mind, left "solely with a perception alien to common sense." Feeling the "eyes" of the monster upon him, he engages it to kill it before it can kill him. Having lost all sense of himself, he cuts off communication and prepares to become a "God of Death" to avenge Kobayashi and fire all of his weapons at the enemy. Before he can act, his battle instincts that are pushed to the limits tell him that there is something behind him, but that delivers the final blow to his shattered psyche in seeing Berserker's hatred filled gaze staring into the cockpit. He lets out a final scream that reaches no one as Berserker takes it over, and later dies during the intense force of Berserker battling the Vimana.
Radia Pentel (ラディア・ペンテル, Radia Penteru?) is a magus of the Mage's Association. She is a relative of the Pentel brothers. A student of Lord El-Melloi II and member of the El-Melloi Classroom with her twin sister Nazica, they have the ability to harmonize their magical energy, marking them as two of the highest students, though their eccentric personalities cause a lot of trouble for their teacher.
Under his tutelage, she is one of many promoted to either the ranks "Brand" or "Pride".
Ryuudou Father (柳洞父, Ryūdō-chichi?) is the unnamed father of Issei Ryuudou and Reikan Ryuudou and the high priest of Ryuudou Temple. He is an acquaintance of Raiga Fujimura, said to be trying to "not lose to him" by taking a spiritual journey to another mountain temple, and their relationship is described as "downright murderous." Like Raiga, he is fond of Shirou Emiya. Along with Raiga, he put a great deal of effort into Kiritsugu Emiya's funeral plans and chose the temple graveyard for his tombstone.
The unnamed mother of Shinji Matou was the spouse of Byakuya Matou of the Matou family. Shinji mentions that she was a Carrier (キャリアー?) of some sort. The trait was nothing special like the God's Holder Carriers, so Zouken simply referred to her as "the daughter of 'a random third-rate magus'." Shinji, believing women are unneeded within the Matou household, thinks his mother became "useless" after giving birth. He believes he could find "what used to be his mother" in the worm pit in the basement of the household, but holds little regard for her due to his resentment for having been born with a lack of magical ability.
The unnamed father and mother of Shirou Emiya died during the great fire at the end of the Fourth Holy Grail War. Sacrificing themselves to get Shirou out of the burning house, they perished shortly after.
The unnamed Dead Apostle who attacked during the Third Crusade was battled by Richard I, Saladin, and an unspecified Hassan-i-Sabbah. As with all the Crusades, Dead Apostles showed up each time to wreak havoc among both sides. Differing from the first two Crusades where the attacking Dead Apostles left after slaying many soldiers, the three leaders managed to destroy the Dead Apostle after teaming up together, but it was able to kill many of Richard's soldiers.
Touki Sisigou (獅子劫 燈貴, Shishigō Tōki?) is the father of Kairi Sisigou. He had been highly praised at the Clock Tower. He attempted to transfer the family's Magic Crest to Kairi's stepdaughter, but his son stopped him once it was clear it would kill her.
Verner Caesarmund (ヴェルナー・シザームンド, Verunā Shizāmundo?, Verner Sisimund) is a magus of the Mage's Association. He is the current heir of the Butterfly magecraft used by Orlocke Caesarmund. As a student of Lord El-Melloi II, he has shown great potential, having been promoted to either the ranks "Brand" or "Pride".
Velber 01 (ヴェルバー01, Verubā 01?) is an Anti-Cell deployed by the Velber into Earth's Solar System in 12,000BC. It is the "Older Brother" of Velber 02. Its whereabouts are unknown. As each Arks of the Stars contains the characteristics of a different planet predated by the Harvester Star, it is a completely different organism than Velber 02 all the way to its very manner of existence.
Velber 03 (ヴェルバー03, Verubā 03?) is an Anti-Cell deployed by the Velber into in Earth's Solar System in 12,000BC. It is the "Younger Sister" of Velber 02. Its whereabouts are unknown. As each Arks of the Stars contains the characteristics of a different planet predated by the Harvester Star, it is a completely different organism than Velber 02 all the way to its very manner of existence.
Ariadne is the daughter of King Minos and Pasiphaë, the half-sister of Asterios, a niece of Circe, and cousin of Medea. She fell in love with the handsome Theseus at first sight. Theseus, with the cooperation of Ariadne to acquire an escape from the impossible-to-escape Labyrinth, it resulted in him realizing the defeat of Asterios.
Theseus claims to still love Ariadne, even after - presumably - abandoning her. He says that that as a man, he could accept and respect her choice to not bear him an heir; but as a king, he had to solve the problem.
Anchin (安珍?) was a handsome monk who was the love interest of Kiyohime in the "Kiyohime Legend." Having fallen in love with him at first sight, she visited him late at night after he requested lodging on his journey to a temple in Kumano. He bluntly rejected her, but promised to visit her on his return. He later broke his promise out of fear for her, running away before their promised meeting. This act drove Kiyohime to despair, transforming her into a dragon who pursued him to a temple. She burned him to death while he hid inside a bell. Summoned as a Servant, Kiyohime treats her Master as the reincarnation of Anchin, loving them while also weary of any lies they may tell her. Anchin was featured in a brief scenario written by Nasu in his blog, describing how he draws the attention of various female Servants of Chaldea during Fate/Grand Order. Despite their attention, he ignores Kiyohime and the rest, instead focusing his attention on Sasaki Kojirou.
Sin Dragon Avaritia (罪竜アワリティア?) is a dragon related to Nero Claudius. It is the one "peak of Septem Morris (Seven Hills) (七つの丘の一角?), described as an "awakening of extreme greed from the capital of sin". It is the "dragon of the overflowing fountain of demonic energy." (滾々たる魔泉の竜?). Nero herself does not understand why she knows details of the dragon, but deigns to defeat it in the pursuit of forging her sword.
Charles VII (シャルル7世, Sharuru 7-sei?) was the king of France who Jeanne d'Arc helped to get crowned during the Hundred Years' War. Eighteen years after Jeanne was burnt at the stake by the English, Charles ordered a retrial for her where he testified for her innocence, honesty, and bravery on the battlefield. Jeanne Alter wonders if Charles held the trial to ease his guilty conscience for not doing more to help Jeanne during her captivity, or if he was hoping to save her posthumously.
According to Mephistopholes in Jeanne's third Fate/Grand Order interlude, if Jeanne had not been executed at the stake then Charles likely would have had her assassinated.
Chrysaor (クリューサーオール, Kuryūsāōru?) is the child of Medusa and Poseidon in Greek mythology, born after Perseus beheaded Gorgon Medusa. Chrysaor is said to be the son of Medusa and brother of Pegasus, but the Pegasus was actually a gift from Poseidon to Medusa. Chrysaor is shown being born from the remains of the Gorgon, looking to be similar in appearance to Medusa.
Deianira (デイアネイラ?) was Heracles' third wife. Before she committed suicide, she told Heracles, "You've done nothing wrong. So please, don't curse the world. Don't hate your own blood. You're strong, so I'm sure you can do it."
The Dragon (ドラゴン?) is the final enemy faced by Beowulf in the epic poem Beowulf. The Dragon was known for amassing treasures and breathing fire, and it could be said to be an existence acting as the archetype of dragons appearing in later fantasy stories. The fire Dragon, angry over its treasures being stolen, attacked Beowulf's country. As his people fell into chaos, the aged Beowulf sought to exterminate it, accompanied only by a single soldier. He managed to kill the dragon in combat, but succumed to the dragon's poison.
Grendel takes the form of the Dragon in Beowulf's interlude, believing that which killed Beowulf would prove effective. Beowulf remarks that the Dragon was strong, but it was simply that which dealt him a killing blow. He did not fear it like he fears Gendel.
E. Fran, also called Eve, is a duplicate of Frankenstein's Monster created by Victor Frankenstein upon his manifestation as a spirit. Although she is told she will become the true Eve he was seeking to create, she is actually simply a vessel for him to inhabit. Her main goal is to be praised by him, seeking out to defeat her "older sister", but she is killed by him and taken over after her defeat.
Eurystheus (エウリュステウス?) was the king who imposed the Twelve Labors upon Heracles. Described as a "tyrant, a picture of cowardice," Eurystheus, too afraid to even stand, exclaimed to Heracles, "I understand! I'll praise you! On my honor as king, I'll praise you! S-so don't come any closer, monster!"
George Washington (ジョージ・ワシントン, Jōji Washinton?) is the first President of the United States. He is mentioned in the E Pluribus UnumSingularity as having been killed by Medb's forces. It is unknown if she is referring to the still living Washington or a Servant manifestation. Although, considering that George Washington was alive during 1783, the date of the singularity, the former is more likely the case.
The unnamed son of Heracles was one of the children of Heracles and Megara. He was slain in Heracles' rage that was afflicted by Hera, only able to utter "Fath-" as Heracles tossed him into flames while believing him to be an enemy solider.
Spear Dragon Invidia (槍の竜インウィディア?) is a Crown of the Seven Hills (七つの丘の一冠?). It has some relation to Nero Claudius, appearing in the Nero Fes event in Fate/Grand Order and appearing to congradulate her in the ANIME Japan 2016 Collaboration Quest.
Iskandar's Ionioi Hetairoi summons tens of thousands of soldiers. Within Fate/Zero Drama CD illustrations and anime adaptation, Mithrenes, Eumenes, Ptolemy, and four other soldiers are shown with unique designs. Four are featured as the household employees in the parody work Sensha Otoko, given parody names Long Hair (ロン毛, Ron-ke?) (Eumenes), Bright Forehead (デコ朗, Deko-rō?), Central-Parting Hair (中分け, Chūwake?), and Erect Member (盛り雄, Sakari Yū?, (Ptolemy).
Jesus (イエス, Iesu?) is the Messiah of the Christian faith. The Holy Grail received his blood, and its name has been used for the various wish granting devices fought over in Holy Grail Wars. Objects relating to him, such as the Grail and the nails used to crucify him, are sought after by the Church as holy relics. He gave his staff to Saint Martha. Those who are related to him gain divinity, his ancestor David and legal father Joseph of Nazareth gaining weak qualifications of divine nature.
Jörmungandr (ヨルムンガンド, Yorumungando?) is the World Serpent of Norse Mythology. During Ragnarök, it battled Thor for the final time. Thor ended its life by crushing its brain, but Thor was poisoned by its venom and died after taking only nine steps.
Kashin Koji (果心居士?) is an "extraordinary black magician" who served the Fuuma ninja clan under the first generation Fuuma Kotarou. Known as a "cold-blooded man," he was the manufacturer of Kato Danzo. She was imbued with Kotarou's techniques. They both can be called her "parents."
Katsu Kaishu (勝 海舟?) is a Japanese Bakamastsu period figure. He was the unofficial master of Sakamoto Ryoma, having genitally visited Katsu with the intention of killing him. Ryouma became his disciple after Katsu's words earned Ryouma's admiration and devotion.
Detailed in the Suwa Engi, Orochi placed a curse on Kouga Saburou after Saburou committed the crime of trespassing on Mount Ibuki and destroying a serpent's nest, passed down in the Kouga-Mochizuki bloodline. Allowing one to temporarily act as a divided spirit of Orochi to curse enemies to death, it was inherited by Chiyome despite not even being of Saburou's main bloodline.
Charles Dodgson (チャールズ・ラトウィッジ・ドジソン, Chāruzu Ratowijji Dojison?), who goes by the pen name Lewis Carroll (ルイス・キャロル, Ruisu Kyaroru?), is an English writer from the late 19th century best known for his nursery rhyme stories, including Alice in Wonderland. Alice in Wonderland began as a series of basic rhymes told to the daughters of a family friend while rowing down the River Thames. Such nursery rhymes from various authors formed the foundation for the Heroic SpiritNursery Rhyme, and many of its abilities stem from Carroll's works. Carroll was a supporter of Britain's Society for Psychical Research (SPR), and Helena Blavatsky met him during her lifetime. She holds ill will towards him due to his affiliation, and she also has mixed feelings towards Nursery Rhyme due to her connection to Alice in Wonderland.
Loxley (ロクスレイ, Rokusurei?), or best known as Robin Hood. He is King Richard's closest friend. It is suggested that Robin Hood is based on a real person and Loxley is most likely the person to be modeled on. The original Robin Hood was is depicted as a man of justice and have actively resisted against the tyrant John Lackland who ruled while Richard the Lionheart was away on the Crusades in the 12th century. It is said that the original Robin Hood died from excessive bleeding at the hands of his aunt by the Kirklees Priory due to a conspiracy of the abbot.
Saber believes Assassin to have the agility comparable to Loxley. As part of Rounds of Lionheart, he shoots poisoned arrows from the shadows as Saber's support.
Macbeth (マクベス, Makubesu?) is a Heroic Spirit and historical figure who Shakespeare used as the basis as a character for an eponymous play. In Fate/Apocrypha, Jean Rum intended to summon a character of Shakespeare, Macbeth being a favorite, but got the author instead. In the Shinjuku Singularity, Shakespeare is forced to create monsters based on Phantoms of his creation. The Phantom of Macbeth speaks in confusing lines and possesses the ability to revive. Mash believes fine tuning the Macbeth Phantom would have been difficult due to the existence of the real Macbeth.
Mary of Bethany (ベタニアのマリア, Betania no Maria?) is Saint Martha's sister, mentioned in Martha's profile. Martha says she does not wish to show Mary her self as a Ruler due to having returned to her melee combat origins.
Mehmed II (メフメト二世, Mefumeto Nisei?) was an Ottoman sultan who was considered to be a military genius after conquering Constantinople. He led a force of one hundred fifty thousand soldiers to invade Romania in 1462. Vlad III and his force of only ten thousand soldiers managed to repel the invasion. Due to Vlad's tactics of impaling invaders on stakes for prominent display to his enemies, his soldiers' morale sank and he was forced to withdraw. According to Mehmed II's records, he muttered at that moment, "I fear no human. But, Dracula (the devil) is different."
Moby Dick (モビー‧ディック, Mobī Dikku?) is a Divine Beast, said to be among the most famous of that classification. Its level of power is great enough to call it "more super weaponish" than a living being. There is an Enemy Programwith the same name.
Nergal is the Mesopotamian God of the Sun, War, Diseases, and Plagues. He was recorded in history as the husband of Ereshkigal. However, in the Nasuverse they weren't in any relationship with each other. He was sought after by Ereshkigal, who desired his Authority over the sun in order improve the Underworld; however, Nergal tricked her even in defeat by giving her the half of his Authorities that governed diseases and plagues instead.
His lingering malice serves as the main antagonist of "Merry Christmas from the Underworld", attempting to usurp rule of the Underworld from Ereshkigal as he tried to do so long ago.
Nuada (ヌァザ?) is the God of War and the Sea and first King of the Tuatha Dé Danann in Celtic mythology and an ancestor of Fionn mac Cumhaill. He posseses a prosthetic arm, Shining Airgetlam (輝ける銀の腕、アガートラム, Kagayakeru Gin no Ude, Agātoramu?), created by the god of Healing, Smithing, and Artificing, Dian Cecht, after having lost his right arm during great conflict. The arm is a Divine Construct of great renown, and Merlin uses its name to bolster the power of Bedivere's "Switch On - Airgetlam." He is said to have been killed by Fionn.
Peleus (ペレウス, Pereusu?) was a mythological Greek hero who was mentioned in Fate/Apocrypha as the father of Achilles and husband of Thetis. When Thetis tried to make her son immortal by bathing him in holy flames, Peleus opposed it, saying "Then that would destroy Achilles as a human", and thus one part of Achilles was preserved as human.
Scylla (スキュレー, Sukyurā?) is a Heroic Spirit mentioned in the "game" version of Fate/strange Fake as a Servant able to be summoned by the Player.
Scylla was once a prepossessing maiden that attracted a Sea God, Glaucus. This relationship had caused a jealous Circe to turn the winsome Scylla into a monster. The transformed Scylla had then devoured six of Odysseus's subordinates.
Sigmund (シグムント, Shigumunto?) was the King of Frakkland and the original possessor of Gram, "The Sword of the Sun" that would shatter against Gungnir and be reforged by his son Sigurd from it's fragments into a demonic sword and wield it as his own in the Völsunga saga of Norse mythology. The incident of Gram "the sword of supremacy in the tree" from Northern Europe being pulled by him from the trunk of a mighty tree within the halls of King Völsung is a legend of a "sword of selection" originating with the sword Merodach. itself was the model for Caliburn, the sword in the stone, possessed by King Arthur.
Shinmen Munisai (新免無二斎?) or Miyamoto Muninosuke was the father of Miyamoto Musashi, being a practitioner of martial arts, who served as an instructor of martial arts to the Shinmen House of lords of the Takayama Castle, and who received the name of Shinmen from his employer’s family. Shinmen Munisai built a dojo of Jutte techniques in the Miyamoto village of the Yoshino district, and Musashi would later call himself “Miyamoto” due having this land as his hometown.
In Female Musashi's original world, Shinmen Munisai had abandoned Musashi because she was a girl. Though she was disowned, she built a hut in front of her father's house and lived there just to spite him.
Archbishop Turpin (テュルパン大司教?) is a member of the Twelve Paladins of Charlemagne. Astolfo describes him as "super noble," once commenting upon Astolfo's crossdressing by saying, "Perhaps you were indeed once a woman." Charlemagne says that Turpin was stronger than himself, recalling the time he defeated one thousand foes even after being impaled by fours spears and having his skull fractured.
With his advisor Merlin, they brought about the circumstances for his heir's birth, granting them the "Factor of the Dragon." Although unexpected, Morgan was born with supernatural blood that was thought to have died with King Uther.
Vercingetorix (ウェルキンゲトリクス, Werukingetorikusu?) is a Gaulic hero said to have successfully resisted roman invasions until he was defeated by Gaius Julius Caesar. He appears as a vengeful ghost in Romulus Quirinus's interlude in Fate/Grand Order. He manifested when one of Chaldea's stored Holy Grails reacted to Romulus Quirinus' divine aura, forming a temporary Saint Graph out of hatred against Rome itself and empathy towards Boudica.
Victor Frankenstein (ヴィクター・フランケンシュタイン, Vikutā Furankenshutain?) is the grandson of the Victor Frankenstein who created Frankenstein's Monster. Within the alternate history of the London Singularity, he is living in London in 1888. He is an elderly man working with the living Henry Jekyll during the Demonic Fog incident. Frankenstein's Monster is still living as well, kept in a coffin within his house. When Mephistopheles attempts to recruit him, Victor declines and ends up blowing himself up.
Vishnu is one of the three great gods of Indian mythology. Rama is a reincarnation of Vishnu, although they are still separate entities. Vishnu often sent messages to Rama in life when he had doubts or was lost. Appearing once in his dreams during Fate/Grand Order. Rama is uncertain if the one in his dreams was actually the real Vishnu, as his personality was quite strange. The Vishnu in his dreams is angry that Rama has not used Vishnu Bhuja, a Noble Phantasm bearing his name, and gives Rama trials to overcome.
Vivian (ヴィヴィアン?), the Lady of the Lake (湖の乙女, Mizūmi no Otome?), also known as Nimue, is a fairy of the lake who bestows Excalibur upon King Arthur and later receives it back from Bedivere at Arthur's behest. She is the foster mother of Lancelot, being the one who gave him the sword Arondight. She is the counterpart of Morgan le Fay, embodying goodness compared to Morgan's evil. This duality is also reflected in the nature of Excalibur itself.
It is believed by some that Merlin himself taught Vivian magic.
Akino (昭野?) (Voiced by Hiroshi Iida) is a member of the group to which Keita Minato belongs. They are a street gang that is responsible for the abuse and rape of Fujino Asagami. After Fujino awakes her Mystic Eyes, she sets about murdering each of the members. He is the fifth victim before Kouhei, Fujino questioning him on the location of Keita before killing him.
The Black Cat (黒猫?) is a pet cat temporarily in the care of Mikiya Kokutou. Though it greatly likes him, he looks to find a new home for it due to being away constantly because of his work. When it stays with Shiki Ryougi, it ignores both her and Azaka Kokutou, simply standing around waiting for Mikya to return.
Hanefune Asakami (浅神羽舟?) is the father of Fujino Asagami and first husband of Mayuki Asagami. He sealed away Fujino's Mystic Eyes with medication, believing their powers to be unnecessary in the modern age, but this cost her the ability to feel pain.
Kaede Enjou (臙条 楓, Enjō Kaede?), voiced by Miki Itou, is Tomoe Enjou's mother. In Tomoe's recollections, he stabbed and disemboweled her. However, in his nightmares, he sees her killing her husband, and then him.
Kouhei (康平?) (Voiced by Yūichi Nakamura) is one of the seven members of the group to which Keita Minato belongs. They are a street gang that is responsible for the abuse and rape of Fujino Asagami. After Fujino awakes her Mystic Eyes, she sets about murdering each of the members. While Mikiya Kokutou is attempting to track down Kouhei for information on Keita, Fujino finds and murders him before being confronted by Shiki Ryougi.
Kouzou Asagami (浅上康蔵?) is the step-father of Fujino Asagami and second husband of Mayuki Asagami. He married Miyuki for her house and land, caring little for Fujino. He knows of the family's abilities, later contracting Touko Aozaki's agency to kill her and calling her a "monster." He is the sponsor of Reien Girl's Academy, and he is a land developer, his biggest project being the bridge that Fujino destroys at the end of her killing spree.
The unnamed Leader (リーダー?) (Voiced by Hiroki Yasumoto) is the head of the group to which Keita Minato belongs. They are a street gang that is responsible for the abuse and rape of Fujino Asagami. He is the first to chronologically appear, abusing Fujino while she pleads for them to stop. After she regains her sense of pain after another member hits her with a baseball bat, she kills the leader with her reawakened Mystic Eyes as he attempts to stab her while raping her.
Shouichi Takagi (高木彰一?) is a murder victim of Fujino Asagami. Unrelated to the gang Fujino Asagami, she twisted his head off while he was driving due to a barely conscious Fujino staggering into the path of his vehicle. He is not counted among the six murders that are later rumored to be connected to Fujino.
Uncle Kokutou is the brother of Mr. Kokutou and legal guardian of his niece, Azaka Kokutou. She requested that he adopt her so as to be away from her brother Mikiya due to her feelings towards him. He is an artist.
Yasunori Fujou (巫条康紀?) is the father of Kirie Fujou. Along with his wife and son, they all die in an accident, leaving Kirie alone in the hospital. Souren Araya pretends to have been a friend of Yasunori in order to provide care for her and use her in his plan involving Shiki Ryougi.
Type Pluto (タイプ・プルート, Taipu Purūto?) is the Ultimate One of Pluto (冥王星のアルテミット・ワン, Meiōsei no Arutemitto Wan?). It was destroyed by the Six Sisters, who confronted Pluto to prevent it from entering the planet. The blood of Pluto covered the planet and became what is known as the "blood sky", the area above the ashen sea of clouds. It is believed that the clouds are a defensive membrane that the Six Sisters expanded, which has managed to keep the remaining two Aristotles, whose entry had been prevented, swimming like fish in the clouds.
Type Neptune (タイプ・ネプチューン, Taipu Nepuchūn?) is the Ultimate One of Neptune (海王星のアルテミット・ワン, Kaiōsei no Arutemitto Wan?). It has not been described. Along with Type Uranus, it destroyed the majority of the Leaves of Yggdrasil, the Type Venus monitoring base, during the Type Uranus and Type Neptune firing operation.
Type Uranus (タイプ・ウラヌス, Taipu Uranusu?) is the Ultimate One of Uranus (天王星のアルテミット・ワン, Ten'ōsei no Arutemitto Wan?). It has not been described. Along with Type Neptune, it destroyed the majority of the Leaves of Yggdrasil, the Type Venus monitoring base, during the Type Uranus and Type Neptune firing operation.
Ainnash (アイナッシェ, Ainasshe?, also romanized as Einnashe) is the former seventh of The Twenty-seven Dead Apostle Ancestors before being slain by Arcueid Brunestud and being replaced by the Forest of Ainnash. He was a magus who transformed himself into a Dead Apostle. He was a specialist in hypnotism, able to use a Reality Marble which allowed for "memory remodeling", to manipulate the memories of everyone he encountered, including True Ancestor Arcueid Brunestud, with such precision to make them entirely forget his existence. The suggestions worked on the basis of "understanding", having told her "There is no Dead Apostle Ainnash", so Len's master was able to dive into Arcueid's subconscious to make the order impossible to recall, allowing the information on Ainnash to resurface. Arcueid killed Ainnash and his entire clan, and she carelessly left his body under a bloodsucking tree, which accidentally sucked the Dead Apostle's blood over time and transformed the entire forest into a Phantasmal Species, the second generation of the vampire Ainnash.
Akemi Yamase (山瀬 明美, Yamase Akemi?) is the sister of Maiko Yamase that appears briefly in Kagetsu Tohya short story Daybreak, itself written from her sisters point of view.
Her presence in the final scene of Daybreak provides her sister the motivation to resist the hunger from chaos beasts in her inherited Reality Marble and gather them all inside her own body for Shiki to kill with his eyes.
Eins (アインス, Ainsu?) is an agent of the Church sent to follow Ciel in subduing the Forest of Ainnash. He is over fifty years old. Merem Solomon shows up instead, claiming that he ate Eins. He says to report back that Eins was killed by the forest because he had reached a proper age for retirement anyway.
Fake Shiki (偽志貴, Nise Shiki?) is a person who sees Shiki Tohno, is enthralled with him, and wishes to take his place. Has the ability to see the records (memories) of one's life upon meeting. Also capable of sharing perceptions to an extent.
Fina-blood Svelten (フィナ=ブラド・スヴェルテン, Fina-Burado Suveruten?), also nicknamed White Knight Blood (白騎士ブラド, Shirokishi Burado?), Bloodsucking count (吸血伯爵, Kyūketsu Hakushaku?) and Demon of Stratovarius (ストラトバリスの悪魔, Sutoratobarisu no Akuma?), is a bodyguard of Altrouge Brunestud, together with Rizo-Waal Strout and Primate Murder. He is the captain of a ghost ship, and he possesses a Reality Marble of unknown nature called Parade (パレード, Parēdo?). He enjoys obtaining blood from young boys. He is on bad terms with fellow Ancestors, Rita Rozay-en and Van-Fem, the latter due to having one of his castles destroyed by Parade during a previous battle between the two.
The unnamed creator of Len was a magus active eight hundred years before the modern era. He created Len as a familiar from infusing the leftover thoughts of a deceased human girl into the body of a dead cat. He helped Arcueid Brunestud defeat Ainnash.
Master Panda (パンダ師匠, Panda Shishō?) is a character introduced in Character Material. He wears a panda suit with "Nanatsu-Yoru", the name of Shiki Tohno's knife, written on the back. He taught martial arts to Miyako Arima, and has the same voice with Shiki Nanaya. He later makes an appearance in Carnival Phantasm, as one of the characters sitting in the background. He appears unmasked at the time but is too small to be identified.
Narbareck (ナルバレック, Narubarekku?) is the ancestor of Narbareck. She was the co-founder of the Agency along with Michael Roa Valdamjong, and each director since then has always been one of her descendants. She knew of Roa's intentions to become a Dead Apostle in pursuit of his immortality, but said she would be unwilling to leave the Church and could not live with him. Despite the Burial Agency's goals of hunting heretics, she showed no plans to stop Roa's transformation, even going to say that she would tell her own child, "After around a hundred years, another newcomer Dead Apostle will appear. It is pointless to take notice of him, so ignore him." He then explained that would be unnecessary because the strongest True Ancestor sucking his blood would quickly turn him into the strongest Dead Apostle.
Rita Rozay-en (リタ・ロズィーアン, Rita Rozīan?), known as Self-styled: The Artist's Lady (自称、芸術家のお嬢様, Jishō, Geijutsuka no Ojōsama?), is a typical high-class vampire with a liking for artistry. She is the successor of her parent vampire, having inherited their castle, where she takes a nightly blood bath. She is known for her arrogance, and for doing whatever she pleases. Possibly due to a crooked personality, she is never satisfied with her actions. She holds an odd friendship with Sumire; they have sworn to die by each other's hands. In the world of Lord El-Melloi II Case Files exists the manager of the Rail Zeppelin who is known as a Dead Apostle by the name of Rozay-en, who is either Rita Rozay-en herself or another member of her clan. The Dead Apostle fled from the train after a battle with Touko Aozaki. The Rail Zeppelin Deputy Manager is an emanation left behind by the manager afterwards.
Rizo-Waal Strout (リィゾ=バール・シュトラウト, Ryizo-Bāru Shutorauto?), also known as Black Knight Strout (黒騎士シュトラウト, Kurokishi Shutorauto?), is one of the oldest three Dead Apostles and is one of Altrouge Brunestud's bodyguards. He owes his immortality to a time curse and he wields a demonic sword named True Demon Neardark (真性悪魔ニアダーク, Shinsei Akuma Niadāku?). He is thought to be "invincible" due to his "curse of time". Kagetsu Tohya mentions him being Shiki Tohno's rival in a potential Tsukihime 2.
Stanrobe Calhin (スタンローブ・カルハイン, Sutanrōbu Karuhain?), the Stantia:the First Wraith (第一の亡霊（スタンティア）, Daiichi no Bōrei (Sutantia)?), is an Ancestor who still exists as a ghost after being destroyed by the Church. He still retains his immense destructive power that allowed him to destroy everyone and everything related to him and earned him the nicknames Duke of Predation (捕食公爵, Hoshoku Kōshaku?) and City Devourer (街食うモノ, Machi Kuu Mono?). He will continue to exist for at least two hundred years before his existence dissipates completely. His "annoying qualities" cannot be matched by anyone, and Aoko Aozaki mentions that he would be attracted to the ritual performed by Dust of Osiris.
Sumire (スミレ?), also known as the Water Bottle (ウォーター・ボトル, Uōtā Botoru?) and Sumire the Water Demon (水魔スミレ, Suima Sumire?), is a vampire who lives underwater. She has conquered the traditional vampire weakness of being unable to cross bodies of water, though it has also made her weaker on land. She is very strong, being the only Dead Apostle able to use Marble Phantasm and to teleport, though she is considered to be inept due to excessive drinking. She looks like a big sister who easily gets drunk and although she has a castle, nothing is in there. She is a natural pessimist, but she is capable of enjoying most any activity. She is on good terms with Rita Rozay-en, and they share a pact to kill each other. In a possible Tsukihime 2, she would have the role of a drunkard that gets in Shiki's way.
The Dark Six is (or are) the Original Dead Apostle (最初の死徒, Saisho no Shito?) known as the Six Royalties of the Dark (闇色の六王権, Anshoku no Rokuōken?) and the Oldest and Highest System (最古にして最高のシステム, Saiko nishite Saikō no Shisutemu?). As such, it has not reached one-hundred percent completion and is currently resuscitating. It is supposed to bring all Dead Apostles together once it awakens in the Aylesbury ritual.
Youichi Takada (高田 陽一, Takada Yōichi?) is a classmate of Shiki Tohno and Arihiko Inui. He is a "mysterious character" who occasionally shows up, described as "something you'd see in a manga." No details of his life are known, and he has a great personality. He rides a Honda Dream 50.
Ise (イセ?) is one of the fifty Islanders, and she serves the Princess as an attendant, helping her prepare for things like meeting suitors. She only appears in the manga adaptation, shown to be apologetic to the Prince of Arishima about the princess's actions.
The Prince of Arishima (アリシマの君, Arishima no Kimi?) is an unnamed suitor seeking marriage with the Storyteller Girl due to the island she inhabits being the "hope of humanity." As with the previous fifteen suitors, he is given an impossible task used to define her view of love, so he leaves angrily without even attempting it. Even more impossible than normal, she asks for a fish from the Moon that obviously does not exist, and it would involve taking the one-way journey to the Moon without a method of return. She justifies it in that him showing up on a full moon without any tact makes it his fault. He is more humble towards the rejection in the manga adaptation, understanding that she has her own circumstances. He envies the peacefulness of the island, wishing that the world could reflect it.
Sui (スイ?) is one of the fifty Islanders, and she serves the Princess as an attendant, helping her prepare for things like meeting suitors. She only appears in the manga adaptation, shown trying to convince her to take a spouse at the behest of the Island's committee.
Found on the first floor of the Old School Building
An ordinary student NPC you find in front of the caretaker’s office where Jinako has holed herself up.
He is good at imitating people... well maybe it’s better to say that imitation is his life. He has the rather odd ability to completely take up the role of characters from movies he has recently watched. This is why his lines, behavior, and mannerisms change from chapter to chapter. From chapter 5 onwards he disappears. The reason for this is explained by the NPC found in front of the school store.
[TL Note: His name Gou Tou is a word play on the Japanese pronunciation of 5 and 10]
Julius B. Harwey [Character]
Julius Belkisk Harwey.
He is a Master, but not a Wizard.
He is a captain of the West Europe Plutocracy’s private army (Counter-Terrorism Unit) and is a skilled assassin who has worked in the shadows to eliminate many enemy forces.
Julius has a different mother from Leo, and participating in the Holy Grail War is part of his mission to support Leo. Julius was given the Servant Assassin who was summoned by another Wizard who used to be in Leo’s service.
As a child of the Harwey family Julius had high expectations placed on him, but it became clear while he was still in the womb that he was powerless and defective.
The Harwey family threw him away as garbage for the reason “this child will bear us no profit” but Julius managed to survive thanks to his abnormal willpower, and in time he crawled up the ladder to his current position.
When Julius turned six years old (coincidentally the same year that Leo was born), in order to be “profitable” for the family, his youth was essentially discarded, and his body was forced by various medicines to rapidly develop into an adult body.
Three years later his existence was finally deemed to have some value, and after completing his first job he was placed out of sight and out of mind in the Harwey assassin unit.
This is why he has so much combat experience despite being as young as he is.
He was able to gain enough sway over the other members of the unit through sheer willpower rather than relying on talent or his household’s authority.
If Leo is the light of the Harwey family, then Julius is the dark. Julius takes all the darkness upon himself and walks the villainous path.
This is once again digression; however Julius’s physical body that lies dormant on Earth is half dead.
Julius’s body has been modified so much that he will no longer be able to function normally as a human after this mission. He is organically connected to the Harwey super computer. Using the backup of the super computer to his advantage, Julius pushes the limits of the rules in order to eliminate all obstacles to Leo’s victory.
There is no future for Julius on Earth. He can never return alive.
Julius does everything in his power to make it so that Leo will win, but he doesn’t do this out of loyalty to the Harwey family.
When Julius was still a child Leo’s mother, Alicia, acted like a mother to Julius. Julius fights to protect and support Leo because of her words. “Take good care of Leo for me.”
The short time Julius spent with her was the only time he was able to be like a normal child.
However it ended all too soon.
Disdained as a defective product, he was given a harsh first test of his skill.
“Leo will be the next King. Eliminate everything that is unnecessary to him.” said his father whose face he had never seen.
It was a moonless night. He walked along the familiar path he often took to her room.
Beautiful long golden hair. A calm and peaceful sleeping face.
A small clicking noise resonated in the room as he started to pull the handgun’s trigger.
Her gentle voice replayed in his head.
“Take good care of Leo for me.”
Bang. The dull sound that came from the gun.
Julius lost the only person who had ever tried to cheer him up, and at the same time he finally proved his worth [to the Harwey family].
In the preliminaries Julius is the only Master who thinks that the protagonist might pose a risk.
Thanks to Julius’s keen sense, he was able to see that the biggest obstacle to Leo’s victory was in fact the protagonist rather than Rin or other favored Masters.
That naive amateur would prove to be a rock that the King would stumble on.
After a series of clashes, the protagonist encounters Julius in the 5th round.
Even after being defeated and dying, Julius remains as a vengeful ghost and once again faces off against the protagonist in the final layer.
The reason that Julius is so obsessed with the protagonist is not because the protagonist is Leo’s biggest obstacle, nor because Julius realized the protagonist’s true nature.
It’s simply because Julius is furiously irritated.
Just like Julius, the protagonist worked his way up from the bottom. So when they met the protagonist could immediately and clearly see through Julius, and this aggravated Julius to no end.
Julius would only find out the cause of his vengeful impulse in the final moments before his complete destruction.
Julius also appears as a Master in CCC.
Since the protagonist can’t remember anything, as far as he/she is concerned Julius is just a very slick handsome guy that always seems to be at Leo’s beck and call.
Julius is the Student Council’s secretary. He can be a bit gloomy, but he is a reliable young man.
Actually Julius has retained just one memory.
He remembers turning into a vengeful ghost and trying to attack the protagonist, and his resulting “complete destruction” (death). He didn’t die in the fifth round, and only died much later after becoming a ghost.
BB has no idea that Julius survived till much later than the fifth round as a ghost, and mistakenly pulls the “ghost” version of Julius back into the fray of battle despite Julius knowing everything that will happen until the seventh round.
After being employed as one of BB’s pawns Julius pretends to have died holding a grudge against the protagonist, but he actually takes action to support the protagonist from the shadows.
The reason he does this goes without saying.
In the last moment before being destroyed when he was ghost, Julius finally found the light he always desired.
Alma Petresia [Person's name]
A Christian sister who works at the church under the authority of the Holy Church in Trifas. She is completely unrelated to the Church’s Executors or the Assembly of the Eighth Sacrament, and was merely ordered, “For now, watch over the situation of this town”. She never investigated matters unnecessarily, simply ignoring the existence of the magi in town and passing several decades there in an unconcerned manner.
Naturally, she isn’t able to get excited and passionate at her age… Just when she thought that, she received a shock from the girl who appeared before her suddenly. When Alma first saw her, she realized with a glance that she was the esteemed saint Jeanne d’Arc and almost fainted.
Holy Church [Organization]
One of the two big religions in the world.
Although the Holy Church somewhat lost its religious foundation due to the effects of the Great Collapse (the pole shift), it developed a new policy and adjusted its trajectory, and within the world of EXTRA maintains considerable power and influence.
On one hand there is the Holy Church, that praises the miracles that come from their holy one.
On the other hand there is the Mage’s Association, that aims to uncover all the mysteries related to man.
The battle between these two great forces form the backbone of Fate/stay night, however within the world of EXTRA the victor has already been determined as the Holy Church.
Well, even with that being said the Holy Church has changed since the time of its founding, and Cardinal Laurentis, who usually specializes in trickery and working behind the scenes, has begrudgingly accepted to become the Pope.
Purportedly the reason that he doesn’t want to become the Pope is because, “I’m such an atrocious fellow that it’s ridiculous to think that I could be the successor of the Pope.”
• The origins of Einzbern
A factory originally created by the students of the magician who realized the third magic. Began in the year 1 AD.
They attempted to reproduce their master’s miracle, but couldn’t do it themselves, so as an alternate plan they tried to recreate a specimen identical to their master and have it reproduce the magic.
After nearly 900 years of effort, Justeaze—the homunculus who would come to be called the Winter Saint—was forged.
She was a model that strayed from what the magi had intended, created completely by accident, but her abilities were equal to or above those of their master.
The magi should have been elated about Justeaze, but they couldn’t be happy. After all, she was a mutation that was born regardless of their own techniques or skills.
Even if that specimen was to reproduce the third magic, that conclusion would be harder for them to bear than 900 years of failure.
The magi deperately attempted to create a homunculus that excelled Justeaze by their own techniques.
The artificial intelligence created to act as the castle’s central management—the golem Jubstacheit—was the pinnacle of their craft, and became the father of all homunculi created at Einzbern.
Justeaze succeeded at proving the third magic.
However, it was not cost-effective. Justeaze’s use of the third magic was like careful knitting. It would take several years to save just one person, making the salvation of the entire human race virtually unattainable.
In addition, while Justeaze herself did not age, her body was so frail it would take little to kill her, so she could not leave the castle.
Since her intelligence and mentality were also unaging, she did not develop at all. From an outside perspective, it was as if she was repeating a single day for all eternity.
If she were to leave the castle she would be freed from this “single day,” but the act of leaving the castle signified an easy death for Justeaze.
In the end, they accepted that humans could create something that surpassed humans, but not something that could save humans.
… Or perhaps they would not have failed if a miracle like Justeaze had not occurred.
The magi despaired the limits of their abilities. Some abandoned the castle, while others took their own lives.
The homunculi left at Einzbern were abandoned by their creators, but in their purity, they continued to operate the factory for the sake of the creators’ ideology—the salvation of humankind, the reproduction of a miracle.
From then on, all homunculi created at Einzbern were based off of Justeaze.
Jubstacheit created a humanoid terminal unit, and used it as the manager of Einzbern. Though by the end he operated even Acht (the eighth humanoid terminal), he did not possess a personality.
He only included the necessary “humanity” to operate the castle and reproduce the third magic into each of his humanoid terminals, and made them act like humans.
Jubstacheit is essentially an automaton that cannot progress, but continues operating in perpetuity. His way of existence is just like an old clock ticking away, being forgotten by people before running down.
• The great grail
Five hundred years after the magi departed from Einzbern, a model plan was devised for a wide-area operation device for the third magic using Justeaze.
Einzbern had determined that reproducing Justeaze was impossible.
Their plan of keeping Justeaze safe because she was a unique and valuable model switched to a plan to use that unique model to mass-produce miracles.
(This was not Jubstacheit’s plan, but a consensus of opinion within Einzbern. Because the homunculi were pure, they chose the method with the greatest probability of success. In fact, Jubstacheit was the only intelligence that voted against this.)
Justeaze could only use the third magic on one human over a period of decades. Therefore, using Justeaze as a frame, they would create a “greater” magic formula and save many humans at once.
The plan was to disassemble her magic circuits and replace them with a magic formula, creating a humanoid universe—the great grail.
But Einzbern alone could not start this project.
They were no more than dolls. They had no way to live in the outside world, and they couldn’t handle the complexity of human society.
To create the great grail and reproduce the third magic, they needed understanding and cooperative humans.
Then, in the year 1800, a guest arrived at the winter castle that had continued to produce homunculi.
Makiri Zolken. A magus who had devoted his life to eliminating all the evils of the world, the evils of humanity.
(At this point, Zolken was mostly disillusioned. He knew it was about time to give up, but calling on Einzbern was his last hope. He met Justeaze, and felt a complicated mix of emotions—hope towards fulfilling his ambition, jealousy at her ability to use the third magic, and pity for Justeaze’s eternal youth causing her to “repeat the same day.”)
With Makiri’s understanding and Tōsaka’s cooperation, Einzbern began to create the great grail.
However, once they started, they determined that Justeaze alone was not enough.
They could create a great grail. They could create its core. However, to operate it they would need vast amounts of magical energy, and a lesser grail to control it.
Makiri and Tōsaka devised a ritual to collect magical energy using Justeaze’s ability to connect with the root: the grail war.
Despite being unable to reproduce Justeaze, Einzbern created a lesser grail with similar abilities to hers.
After 10 years, the project was finally complete.
The grail war ritual was successful, and the great grail lit up.
But its first operation ended in dismal failure.
There was no flaw in the great grail itself.
The problem lay in the craftsmen and magi who participated.
Instead of using the precious magic reactor core for the sake of the whole planet, the magi killed each other out of a desire to use it for the sake of their own race or society.
Einzbern had been unable to understand the thought processes of the humans who operated the great grail.
• Irisviel and Illyasviel
Einzbern learned from the failure of the grail war and changed their plans.
Justeaze no longer existed.
While preparing to restart the great grail, they returned to their original goal and focused on creating a perfect homunculus.
As a result, they created Irisviel, a homunculus with the function of a lesser grail. They expanded on her further and Illyasviel, a homunculus that was the pinnacle of Einzbern’s technique, was born.
This is a digression, but separate from the winter castle is the tuners’ building (a small house), inhabited by a family of human magi, not homunculi.
Since the homunculi cannot negotiate with human society, the tuners went into town in their place and barter for needed materials. Traders, essentially.
Still, they are a talented magus family, and possess strong artistry. Humans without strong aesthetic sense could never take care of Einzbern, after all.
The tuner family’s numbers dwindled along with Einzbern’s decline, and in the end only one remained.
It seems he often worked in the castle as a butler, teaching the secluded, medieval-minded homunculi about the outside world.
It’s unknown what kind of conclusion that tuner chose after Illya lost and Jubstacheit shut himself down.
• In summary: so what is Einzbern?
A factory in which homunculi continued operating towards the ideals and goals humans had given them, after the magi had left.
Jubstacheit is something like the factory’s central management program. A monolith. Acht is his terminal.
Even after their creators had given up and died, the homunculi in the winter castle devoted themselves to making their masters’ dream come true.
What lies at the basis of the Einzbern factory and many discarded things is the purity of machines.
Imagine a doll that can speak to its owner, but only a few phrases.
“Hello,” “thank you,” “I’m sorry,” “good night”—“I love you.”
These reactions delight the buyer, but it’s clear that they will soon be disappointed.
“No matter what I say, the doll can only say predetermined phrases. It just keeps repeating that tired old ‘I love you.’ ”
Realizing that the love the doll speaks of is a false emotion, the buyer will likely discard it eventually.
But humans are the ones who see that as empty words and a manufactured fake.
Even if it doesn’t have a “heart,” even if it’s only repeating the same words, there are no lies in the actions of machines.
They innocently carry out the task they were given.
“I love you.”
Though abandoned, forgotten, and scorned as out-of-date dolls, they continue to carry out their mission, unchanged from the time they were designed.
Machines do not lose their worth when a newer model appears.
Their worth (life) ends when humans can no longer bear that purity.
[v] Fate/complete material III: World material - FAQ with Nasu: Magecraft and Magi, p.136 Q: Just what is Gazamy the Evil Spook thing that's been made out to be the top disaster in the Magic Association?
Q: Just what is Gazamy the Evil Spook thing that's been made out to be the top disaster in the Magic Association?
A: It's the name they call this magus that's locked in the bottom of the London Tower. Not that dangerous a person, but they say that no person has ever had a magic attribute as troublesome to magi as that. We'll eventually learn more of Gazamy probably.
Secret Autopsy Division - Materials Branch [Organization]
The department responsible for creating the tools used in the excavation and exploration of Albion. Unlike most Workshops, because they must mass produce the same items over and over, a number of magi’s Workshops have been combined to create the “Composite Workshop Criegula.” Apparently, this Criegula also once made witch’s tools or something.
In addition, this division is also responsible for actually progressing research into Albion. Since the disappearance of the criminal Gazamy at the end of the last century, Albion has continued to undergo extreme changes, working this department down to the bone.
Magic attribute that Einzbern magi are skilled in. They are specialized at the transmutation and creation of materials, that is, alchemy, using this attribute, and are highly skilled in the production of homunculi. Illya often uses magic, using the attribute of transferring, to move the consciousness of others to something else.
Family from Finland. Like Tohsaka, prefer jewels magic, which uses the attribute of conversion.
Old line even in the Magic Association. One of the families of the rulers, the Lords. Embodiments of perfectionism and aristrocracy.
One of the top magi in the magic world, known also by the name "Giver of All Sealing Designations" (or other way around?). Details are unknown.
One of the remarkable magi in history, affiliated with the Sea of Estray, the mysterious prototype of the Magic Association.
Hermes Silis Atlasia
Magus from one of the divisions of the Magic Association, the Atlas Institute, the association for the magi and alchemists of Egypt.
"Magic" making the impossible possible
True Magic. This is a different mystery than magery. Magi call the events that are unachievable by magery and science in that age True Magic. If that event could be achieved by time and resources, then no matter the difficulty, that event will not be seen as True Magic.
When the civilization of mankind was still young, all magery had been True Magic. But along with the advancement of science, the number of things that "could be done" by people had increased, and in exchange, True Magic diminished. The number of remaining "True Magics" in the modern era are extremely few, only 5. In "Fate/stay night", the achievement of one of these, the "Third True Magic", occupied the portion of the Grail War that could also be said to be its base.
All magi strive to arrive at "True Magic". Even if they can't reach it, the next generation will. Even the next generation can't reach it, then the one after....and like that, thus was weaved the history of trial and error of magery.
First True Magic
One of the oldest True Magics but the details about it are unknown. What it involves appears to be common knowledge to some magi of privileged rank. The user of the First has already passed away, but it is said that the person that would be his heir is still alive, barely.
Second True Magic
The True Magic that observes the infinite parallel worlds and travels between alternative worlds. Its user is Kischur Zelretch Schweinorg. With this magic, this man was able to create a jewel sword to absorb mana from the other worlds and a box that could store an immense amount of objects.
Third True Magic
Materialization of the soul, in other words, the magic that realizes true immortality. When accomplished, the practitioner will acquire an unlimited source of magical energy due to the soul becoming analogous to a perpetual motion machine. This is the Magic of the Einzbern lineage, and the Holy Grail War was established to acquire this Magic.
Fourth True Magic
Like the First True Magic, the details about it are unknown. What it involves hasn't been heard of either. But, the currently existing wizards, when pointing out to the Fourth True Magic, they'll all say "it is there for sure", and will agree that it exists. Also, they don't know the name of the user either.
Fifth True Magic
The True Magic that the Traveling Magician Aozaki Aoko inherited from her grandfather. Its nickname is "Magic Blue." The user Aozaki Aoko is average as a magus but displays transcendence with destruction. Because of this trait, there is a rumor that "Magic Blue" is also a True Magic involving destruction.
•The Five Magicians
There are five True Magics left in the current age. Those who use them are called "Magicians". The user of the First Magic, the oldest True Magic, is said to be dead, so the ones that are "still alive" are four. Let's say that "what had been possible only by True Magic" then becomes achievable by developments in magery or scientific technology. True Magic will be lowered to a mere "craft". Many True Magics were lost from the world like that. Then, can the power of "True Magic" only fade out hereon? No. The arrival of magi at existing or as of yet uncharted new Magic can allow new True Magic to be born and the numbers to be increased. Needless to say, this is far more difficult than a camel passing through the eye of a needle and finding one speck of a jewel in a desert. However, it's not impossible. The existence of the Wizards is proof of that. Thus, magi strive for the heights of True Magic. Believing they will one day reach the stars in the skies with their own hands, they continue dedicating themselves to their studies daily.
•Death of True Magic, Death of a Magician
A Magician, just like a magus, has a long life. If one uses life-prolonging magic, it wouldn't be impossible to live a few hundred, a few thousand years either. But, the "end" will come for sure. Then, would the death of a Magician mean the death of the True Magic he uses? No, it would not. True Magic will be passed on to the inheritor of the next generation and will not disappear. If True Magic were to die, it would only be when it could be realized by normal means.
Aozaki Touko [Person]
The Grand-class doll maker that has appeared in some form or other in a multitude of Type Moon works.
In the Case Files timeline, her Sealing Designation was removed when she made her appearance. However, since a certain ending in Fate/stay night has her described as “Sealing Designated,” that will probably only last for a few more years…
Between things like the special “box” she keeps inside for special occasions, to the crystal familiars she collects that fire beams like a certain little sister, in a story like Case Files where magi are the main attraction, her abilities become even more impressive.
After being given entirely free reign in the Iselma incident, she began to follow the Heartless case entirely out of a sense of curiosity. In the middle of the incident, however, the Neutralist faction commissioned her for a formal investigation. In normal circumstances she would have simply refused the assignment, but at that time the compensation she was supposed to receive from Iselma had been reduced to ash (by her own hands). Oh, what a travesty, doll maker!
Furthermore, due to circumstances, she already had experience visiting the Spiritual Tomb of Albion.
From the start, though only for a short time, the reason for the removal of her Sealing Designation was because Millieune Carillon, head of Sealing Designations and the one responsible for removing her Designation, and her were…
Q: Shinji's mother is a "Carrier", what kind of pathogen is she carrying? Is she a "God's Holder"?
Q: Shinji's mother is a "Carrier", what kind of pathogen is she carrying? Is she a "God's Holder"?
A: No, nothing special of that sort. According to Zouken, she is the daughter of "a random third-rate magus".
[Note: "Carriers" retain remnants of mysteries from the Age of Gods as pathogens like bacteria and viruses. The Fraga McRemitz lineage of course is an exceptionally powerful example, Shinji's mother unfortunately is of the bottom of the barrel.]
Sakura: "If I were deleted, my successor would be an AI called Caren. ...She, er... has a problem in her algorithm, so she doesn't prioritize Masters' lives. She thinks ordeals are more important than living. If she were to be put in charge of the Masters' health care, Senpai's chances of survival would be, um..." Very low, or more like 3% by the first week at best. Hakuno: "I've never seen her, but she sounds like an outrageous AI."
High Level AI [Circumstances]
These are artificial lifeforms created in order to allow the holy Grail War to proceed smoothly.
They may seem the same as NPCs because they are manufactured beings, but High Level AI have firmly defined liberties and personalities, and they also are bestowed with a soul.
Due to the high cost of manufacturing High Level AI, they are not reset even after a Holy Grail War has finished.
They make an appearance filling standard character roles in each Holy Grail War.
High Level AI include:
Father Kotomine, whose duty is to supervise the Masters.
Sakura, whose duty is to manage and maintain the Masters’ health.
Disciplinary Chairperson, who keeps an eye out for bad conduct within the school.
Ms. Taiga, who directs the schedule each day.
The mysterious black panther Makiji.
The group of High Level AI also seems to include Sister Karen Caren, whose jurisdiction is carrying out the punishment of Masters, however she doesn’t seem to make an appearance in the Holy Grail War that the protagonist participated in.
Also, the memories that the High Level AI have obtained are unable to be deleted by themselves. No matter how sad and depressing a memory may be they are forced to keep it with them forever, and of course submitting their memories to Moon Cell is the reason that they exist.
"Velber" is the name of the predatory Umbral Star, also known as the Harvest Star. Like a comet, it flies on a set orbit through space, passing through the Milky Way galaxy once every 14,000 Earth years.
Its appearance resembles a crying eye.
It destroys all intelligent civilizations in its path, and in doing so, it consumes all digital data within reach.
The last time it passed through Earth's orbit, it annihilated virtually all sentient life on the planet, and plundered 80% of the Moon Cell's data.
It is thought to be a product of the same alien civilization that created the Moon Cell, although its form and purpose are obviously very different.
The true motive of the Umbral Star remains unclear, but during its previous attack on Earth, the Moon Cell did get a chance to analyze its structure.
Within Velber is a central part that could be considered its core, surrounded by layers of armor made of numerous "Arks of the Stars," individual space vessels.
If one considers the main body of Velber to be its central core, the surrounding portions are its self-made invasion weapons. Each layer of armor has its own distinct means of annihilating civilizations.
Velber's form strikes an optimal balance between offense and defense, and it has utilized that balance to wage victorious war against all sentient life in its path for eons.
The Ark of the Stars that carried the "White Titan" Altera to Earth was only one of three Arks that came to Earth in the previous cycle.
The other two, the "Big Brother" and "Little Sister" of Altera, are not mentioned in this game.
Arks of the Stars [Concept]
The containers that the predatory Umbral Star drops upon the domain that has been targeted as an object for harvest.
They are space vessels that lack the ability to navigate via spatial jumping, and are loaded with one fighting unit whose mission is to destroy civilization.
Altera’s Ark of the Stars is numbered “Velber 02.”
Each Ark has inherited the characteristics of a different alien civilization, so the contents of Velber 01 and Velber 03 are completely distinct organisms right down to their manner of existence.
Aias [Person's name]
A hero who fought alongside Achilles during the Trojan War. There is both an Aias the Great and an Aias the Lesser, but neither of them met a decent end. The shield of Aias the Great is the famous “Rho Aias: Seven Rings that Cover the Fiery Heavens”.
Rho Aias [Noble Phantasm]
The Seven Rings that Cover the Fiery Heavens.
In Greek mythology, the shield used by the hero Aias during the Trojan War.
It was a bronze shield covered by seven layers of ox hide, and the only thing that proved capable of stopping the javelin of the great hero of Troy, Hector. (Though it managed to penetrate six layers of ox hide, the seventh layer was unbroken.)
Afterward, its fame spread, and its existence was eventually sublimed into a "conceptual armament" boasting absolute defensive power against thrown weapons.
It is the only defensive armament Archer can use proficiently.
The Rho Aias that protected Shirou's spellcasting during the finale of the Rin route was not something he projected himself, but was actually made by Archer who was watching the battle from a distance.
Beloved, so missed, beloved, so missed, betrayed, so sad, so sad, sosadsosadsosad, sohatefulsohatefulsohatefulsohatefulhatehatehateha tehatehatehatehatehatehatehatehatehatehatehatehate hatehatehatehatehatehatehatehatehatehatehatehateha tehatehatehatehatehatehatehate -- so I burned him to death.
Level 1 Bond
Source: "Kiyohime Legend"
Alignment: Chaotic Evil Gender: Female
A (self-styled) woman that lives for love.
Level 2 Bond
Introduced in the "Kiyohime Legend". She fell in love at first sight with the handsome monk Anchin, who requested for a single night's lodgings while on his way to a temple in Kumano. However, upon visiting Anchin late at night, Kiyohime was bluntly rejected. Nevertheless, Anchin promised to meet her again while on his way back from the temple in Kumano. However--
Level 3 Bond
Anchin broke his promise out of fear for Kiyohime and ended up running away without meeting her. Noticing that, Kiyohime felt into despair, grief and resentment over being betrayed, turned into a dragon and began to pursue him. Finally catching up at a temple, she burned Anchin to death while he was hiding inside a bell.
Level 4 Bond
There are no records of her having the blood of the Dragon Kind mixed in. There was only a persistent deep-rooted delusion towards the human she was deeply in love with.
...in other words, one could say that transforming into a dragon just with a "misconception" is an manifestation of her tenacity.
Level 5 Bond
"Tenshin Kashou Zanmai"
Rank: EX Type: Anti-Unit Noble Phantasm (self)
A fire-breathing great serpent. That is, a turnover into a dragon. If she is summoned as a Servant, this will last for only 1 turn, but the force of the dragon's breath is tremendous.
Since she seems to believe the Master is the reincarnation of Anchin, special care is required in managing her. If you lie to her even after being reminded that she does not want to be lied to, there is a chance she might come to take away your Command Spells. That aside, she is a fine bride with a good disposition and skillful in cooking.
Illustrator and Voice actor Illustrator: BLACK Voice Actor: Risa Taneda
Noble Phantasm: C
Pursuer of Love: A
Bathtub Flip: A
Pursuer of Love: A
Mad Enhancement: EX
Magic Resistance: D
Doujou-ji Kane Hyakuhachi-shiki Karyu-nagi
Type: Anti-Unit Noble Phantasm
Burn, burn, burnburnburnburnburnburnburn--- alas, this is surely a passionate love! Vexa! Tion! (1)
...as you can see, this is Miss Kiyohime on a strange high tension. Hey you! Don't go saying that her tension being strange is an everyday occurrence.
Level 1 Bond
Source: "Kiyohime Legend"
Alignment: Chaotic Evil Gender: Female
A woman that lives for love (in other words, the same as usual).
Level 2 Bond
Having been summoned as a Lancer this time around, she possesses a naginata. Her own testimony is: "Of course, as a maiden, I have a general understanding about martial arts. However, with the slender arms of a frail and helpless woman such as myself, it would not come to the point of being useful. Alas, how regretful." Still, while her competency with the naginata is indeed second-rate just as she herself stated, given her overflowing killing-intent and lack of mercy, there are rumors of how she would actually be peerless in the battlefield.
Level 3 Bond
Pursuer of Love: A
Stalking's power-up version. The summer heat makes Kiyohime's internal engine accelerate. Howling entrails, accelerating lungs, a breath in which the scent of nitro hangs; no matter in which place the other party is, she beings a super-high-high-speed pursuit.
Level 4 Bond
...well, in other words, it is the same Kiyohime as usual; but how about losing yourself and praising her swimsuit since it is summer. Surely, this summer will pass away in the blink of an eye... under the nuance of being locked up somewhere by a Kiyohime that was overcame with emotion.
Level 5 Bond
"Doujou-ji Kane Hyakuhachi-shiki Karyu-nagi"
Rank: A Type: Anti-Unit Noble Phantasm
Range: 1 Max Targets: 1
Locking up the opponent in a bell, piercing him with a naginata and blowing him away by a hair's breadth. Despite being on the height of summer, it is top-class in regards to being sultry. Because of that, it has an extremely bad reputation among Servants who travel together with her.
...That being said, due also Kiyohime being born in ancient Japan, she has an exceedingly great reluctance towards swimsuits... in short, it seems this is extremely embarrassing for her.
And yet, she is gallantly enduring it in order to please the Master. So, in order to also release her tension, you should surely praise that she looks good on a swimsuit.
But please be advised, we will not concern ourselves at all with any accident that may arise at that occasion.
Illustrator and Voice actor Illustrator: Kotetsu Yamanaka Voice Actor: Takahiro Mizushima
Noble Phantasm: B
Innate Discernment: A++
Hypothetical Reasoning: A+
Territory Creation: EX
Elementary, My Dear: This is an Elementary Matter, My Friend
Type: Anti-Unit/Anti-World Noble Phantasm
The world’s sole and greatest consulting detective.
The crystallization of the concept of detective; the representative of “those who reveal”.
The protagonist of the stories that Sir Arthur Conan Doyle wrote in the 19th~20th Century, he is a detective who explains all enigmas and one of the ancestors of the “detectives” that appear on the many mystery novels of later years—--
Or so it is assumed.
But what is really the truth?
Level 1 Bond
Source: Sherlock Holmes Series
Region: England, the whole world
Alignment: Neutral Good Gender: Male
For argument’s sake, if he was really originated from the stories, then there is a possibility of not only Doyle’s novels but also its pastiches having been included... according to the Chaldea staff’s gossips.
Level 2 Bond
Thoughtful and yet dynamic. Bold and yet precise.
And also a calm, level-headed man.
No sort of enigma, crime and conspiracy can escape Holmes’ sight. Be that a fearsome murderer, an ancient curse, a monster of the dark night or a supranational secret society; he shall disclose them all--- and defeat them if necessary. By means of a sharp sword called truth.
That way of being has already exceeded the realms of men, and is already the embodiment of a “wise one”, “one who reveals”.
Level 3 Bond
Innate Discernment: A++
The ability to perceive the true nature of things. His sharp eyes for observation will not overlook any sort of information. Although their principles are completely different, this can read into the future in a way that is similar to the future prediction of Clairvoyance.
Learned an Oriental martial arts that is extremely real combat-oriented.
Other than employing striking techniques that combine this skill with boxing, Sherlock Holmes also have counters and grappling throws as his forte.
If the conditions are right, he can even employ a special move that is in par with the release of True Name of a Noble Phantasm, but...
Level 4 Bond
"This is an Elementary Matter, My Friend"
Rank: B Type: Anti-Unit/Anti-World
Elementary, My Dear.
The Noble Phantasm that Sherlock Holmes acquired upon manifesting as a Servant. His Origin - “Elucidation” - sublimated as a Noble Phantasm.
Even if the enigma he faces is truly an existence that cannot be explained, clues and paths for reaching the truth will always “appear”.
Even if there was a treasure chest whose key has been lost, said key will turn out to be “not lost”, and would certainly be possible to locate it somewhere in the world.
(However, as expected, it will not suddenly appear in his hands. Either Holmes or his collaborators must find it, wherever it may be).
Level 5 Bond
Originally a constantly active-type of Noble Phantasm, but release of True Name is performed in “Fate/GO”.
Upon release of True Name, an unidentified “sphere” appears, emitting a dazzling light on the surroundings. It weakens the enemy camp and strengthens the ally camp. Even an against an unbeatable opponent, Holmes will discover a path to defeat him.
Also, its True Name is one of the famous words associated with Holmes, yet the first instance in which it was attributed to him was not on Doyle’s novels, but actually the stage play produced・scripted・starred by William Gillette. It has been said that Doyle praised the Holmes played by Gillete as “surpassing my novels”.
Incidentally, the common assumption is that Gillete conceived it based on Holmes’ “elementary” remark towards Watson from Doyle’s short story - “The Adventure of the Crooked Man”.
Heroic Spirit Holmes is the fake resemblance of Dr. Joseph Bell (his model), Doyle himself, and the world oldest detective, Vidocq---
Not. He manifest as the protagonist of a novel series (or so we are lead to believe by his behavior).
In the end, is the story of Sherlock Holmes a literary creation invented by Sir Doyle, or something written down by Dr. John H. Watson as a romantic tale about the real Holmes, or maybe even a blend between these two?
At the very least, Holmes himself should know this. But he never speaks of it himself, and constantly evades the subject whenever it comes up.
Beowulf is the protagonist of "Beowulf", said to be the oldest epic poem of English literature.
The setting of the epic poem amounts to south of modern Sweden to the vicinity of Denmark.
Level 1 Bond
Alignment: Chaotic Good Gender: Male
Has lost most of the merits and demerits from Mad Enhancement, and even mutual understanding by means of conversation is possible.
Level 2 Bond
Mad Enhancement: E-
The very True Name of this hero is receiving the influence of the work berserker.
He possesses reason, and it is also possible to have a high grade conversation with him.
It is just to the degree of some ferocity being left, and there is no effect whatsoever to the parameters.
Level 3 Bond
This tale is composed by two parts; part one is the story about Beowulf proceeding to exterminate the giant Grendel together with fifteen of his subordinates, while part two portrays an aged Beowulf unfolding a mortal combat with a dragon, fifty years after.
Level 4 Bond
It has been said that the dragon who fought the aged Beowulf would amass treasures and spit out fire--
It could be said that its existence is like an archetype of the dragons that appear in fantasy stories.
The two swords he normally uses are also existence that can be called magic swords, but the true power of Beowulf does not lay there.
Level 5 Bond
The etymology of Berserker - one of the Servant Classes - is the berserk from Norse mythology, and it has been told that Beowulf's name also has its origins in this berserk.
However, he - who accomplished the feat of dragon slayer while retaining his reason even after having aged - does not display even a fragment of madness.
That being said, since the Beowulf in this work has been summoned in his golden age, he is a battle-maniac by nature. Seems that, if he were to meet Achilles or Herakles, he would end up entering a mode of "there is no choice but to talk with our fists!"
[v] Fate/complete material III: World Material - Theory of Magic - The two great forces in the Thaumaturgy world: The Holy Church, p.052
Holy Chuch •Agents to eliminate heretics
•Assembly of the Eighth Sacrament
The remains and blood of saints, the nails that crucified Christ, the 30 silver coins of Judas, and other items with the holy attribute are call holy relics, and the special agency for collecting and managing these holy relics scattered across the globe is called the "Assembly of the Eighth Sacrament".
"Sacraments" refers to the seven graces that God bestows in the Catholic faith: Baptism, Holy Eucharist, Matrimony, Holy Orders, Confirmation, Penance, Anointing. The "Eighth Sacrament" refers to the "Grace that doesn't Exist" in the rightful faith. Put into other words, this can also be said to be "power separated from the faith". In other words, the Assembly of the Eighth Sacrament is a group of special clerics who do not fear being involved in heretical power such as magery, and are trained for retrieving the hidden relics.
King of Israel
David is based on the king of ancient Israel who appears in the Old Testament. Placing his duty as an agent of God first and foremost, he possesses the strength of will to maintain an extreme calm in the face of utter desperation, clear-mindedly evaluating his situation in a realistic manner. To his view, "All humans upon this earth have a place within God's plan," and should be regarded with appropriate respect. Typical of many heroes, however, he has a weakness for women with nice bodies, occasionally muttering, "I wish to take a wife for myself ..." Though he is considered an unparalleled genius in his talent with a harp, he possesses little skill in dancing. However, he favors both as his pastimes.
As a shepherd, he was told by the prophet Samuel that he had been given a special role from God. He is famous for episodes such as performing with a harp in front of Saul, king of Israel, to exorcise him from an evil spirit, and defeating the Philistine giant Goliath. Saul soon became jealous of David's glory in battle, and he became the target of assassination attempts. However, after Saul dies in battle with the Philistines, David ascends the throne and conquers Jerusalem. David's only disgrace is his disregarding the law to pursue the married woman Bathsheba. He murders his vassal to obtain her, and he endures God's punishment for it in his last years.
Noble Phantasm: B
The form and flesh of a man prophecized to be king, bearing the quick-wittedness and brute strength to defeat beasts unaided. Though he has been resurrected by the power of the Grail, Servant does not regard himself as a vessel to the soul of his original -- merely as an instrument of God. He does not terribly mind this existence, content merely to feel the grace of his Lord.
In life, the Servant is said to have exorcized evil spirits on the behalf of King Saul of Israel with use of his harp alone. His skill with the instrument is such that he is capable of purging mental interference and restoring psychological stability to those who listen to his music. However, the accuracy of projectiles and polearms suffer a large Rank Down within hearing range. The Servant's act of exorcism may have a modern analogue in musical therapy.
Though the Servant was originally a mere shepherd in life, as an ancestor of Christ, he qualified weakly as a being of divine nature -- perhaps equivalent in rank to Joseph of Nazareth. He possesses some defense against the action of conceptual relics and Noble Phantasms based in the divinity of Christ (though not those based in the divinity of God) -- for example, "holy shrouds," "the stakes of the Crucifixion," and "the Lancea Longini"; possibly even "the Holy Grail."
A prodigy of military tactics and command in life, the Servant called to arms a force of 320 thousand men to seize the city of Jerusalem. For the long path of bloodshed that he wrought as a military leader, he later deemed to seek the forgiveness of God by building a place of worship in his capital. (Due to certain circumstances, it was not built until the reign of his son, Solomon.)
Hamesh Avanim: The Five Stones
The slingshot that defeated the giant Goliath. A Noble Phantasm that consists of five decorated stones bound by the line of a sling, normally carried behind the Servant's waist. Hamesh Avanim expresses David's generosity: As projectiles, the first four stones are used as warning shots as the Servant attempts to persuade his opponent to lay down arms. If said opponent fails to comply, the fifth stone may be launched -- a rapid, nonlethal attack that is extremely difficult to evade. Normal Heroic Spirits are rendered unconscious on impact, and their belongings are "redesignated" to the possession of the user of the Hamesh Avanim; that is, even if they take hold of their former Noble Phantasms, usage is disallowed by divine authority. The sling itself is the true Hamesh Avanim, and the five projectiles are merely normal stones that have undergone transfiguration; they may be unendingly replenished.
Sacrifice: Flames Upon the Altar
The "flame that carries the hottest heat, shinning brightly, which flared up by God's commands" which appears in the Book of Numbers of the Old Testament. A phantasmal incense burner in deactivation. Ketoret is burned within, and when the violet fumes that issue have enveloped the target, thunderclouds and mist gather overhead -- giving the impression of Mount Sinai; from them, a fire descends from the heavens, incinerating without a trace all those who would oppose the will of God. The flames are shaped like an altar.
Ark: The Chest of the Covenant
A wooden box that contains the original engravings of the Ten Commandments issued to Moses by God. As a Noble Phantasm, its effect is narrow but absolute; besides the Servant that carries them, all those who would deem to touch the box without authorization are drained of their magical energy unto death. Upon seizure of Jerusalem and the removal of the Philistines, King David of Israel appointed the city as his capital, and situated within it the Ark of the Covenant.
Class: Caster Master: Alice True Name: Nursery Rhyme Noble Phantasm: Maxwell's Demon - Maiden's Empire: Queens Glass Game Keyword: Jabberwock, Nameless Forest Strength: E, Defense: E, Agility: E, Magic: E, Luck: E Transformation: A+, Metamorphosis: A, Area Creation: A
01 - Maxwell's Demon - Maiden's Empire: Queens Glass Game
"A story without end,
A child-like finger returns to the first line,
A tiny hand reaches out for the second volume,
For as long as the reader denies reality."
02 - Jabberwock
"Names to be uncovered and places still unknown.
Fire breathing dragons and cloud sprouting giants,
and magicks that are monsters in the shadows.
Maybe, just maybe, the words of adults are lies.
The truth of it all is in Professor Dodgson's mind."
03 - Nameless Forest
"Ackroyd and Celluloid;
No one is especially special here,
Birds are birds and people are people,
Entropy suits me to a tittle,
In the end, your name is mine."
01 -Transformation [A+]
"I will change, I have changed.
I am you, while you are me.
I'm going to change, I will have changed.
I am you and you are me."
02 - Metamorphosis [A]
"This is the ability to merge one's own body with the body part of others. The higher the ranking of this skill, the further away one becomes from being considered as a true hero. But it do-do-doesn't matter doesn't matter that kind of stuff doesn't matter at all! Whatever you say needs to be done I will do as you order me to!"
03 - Territory Creation [A]
"The smallest door, the maddest tea party,
The checkered board in the rainbow meadow,
the riddles of the chatty twins,
But my favorite of all can only be this one,
The invitation to the nameless forest,
where all can be forgotten!"
01 - Character Background
"A nursery rhyme is a children's refrain,
Tom Thumb's charming picture book,
The first glimpse of Mother Goose's awakening,
The sorrowful me to the lonely you,
Your final wish, let's make it true."
02 - "Nursery Rhyme"
Nursery Rhyme is not a hero in the traditional sense. Rather, it is a general term for any picture book that has managed to manifest itself into a corporeal existence.
The genre itself, deeply loved by the children of England, came into being as a reaction to the half-voiced dreams of the young and eventually emerged as a Servant who came a champion of the innocent. It formed the foundation for perhaps the best known work from the author known as Lewis Carroll. His book "Alice in Wonderland" began as a series of simple rhymes told to the daughters of a family friend while rowing down the River Thames on a warm summer's day.
The Servant Nursery Rhyme is actually a type of Reality Marble. It projects the true feelings of its Master and creates a pseudo-servant in a form imagined by the one who summoned it.
Archer (Green) [Servant]
Green Archer is a Servant who the protagonist fights in the second round.
His Master is Dan Blackmore.
He is a sniper whose body is hidden in a green cloak. In order to avoid confusion with the red-cloaked Archer, he is sometimes called Ryokucha.
His true name is Robin Hood, Hunter of the Forest.
It’s important to note that he is not the Robin Hood you know from popular legend. Instead Green Archer is a chivalrous robber based on the original Robin Hood.
The original Robin Hood was a troublemaking orphan who lived alone on the outskirts of a village. In a twist of fate he became involved in an ordeal with some of the Lord’s soldiers who came around town for tax collection.
The Lord had recently succeeded as head of the family, and he was taking the opportunity to raise taxes to the point where he was essentially telling the villagers to starve to death.
The villagers lacked both the desire and the power to go against the Lord.
So Robin didn’t try to rally the villagers, and instead cast himself as a protector of the forest who would punish any who violated it. He drove off the soldiers using this as his excuse. From then on he kept his identity hidden and continued to fight the Lord. Eventually he became known amongst the villagers as The Green Man.
Traps, surprise attacks, and foul play formed the core of Robin Hood’s tactics, so as a Servant he generally avoids head on confrontation.
He tries to lure his prey into the forest, which is his true territory.
“You could never call my territory a “nice forest.” Complete preparation. An overwhelming network of tricks and traps. A place for the weak to shoot and bring down stronger foe. That’s my Sherwood Forest.”
His trump card is poison obtained from plants in the forest. Actually both Green Archer and Cas-ko are poison users.
Robin Hood appears in “The Tale of Robin Hood” and is a chivalrous robber that lurks in Sherwood forest. Depicted as a hero of justice that fights against the Tyrant King John Lackland, he is a character born from a fusion of Greek myths about Orion, Celtic myths about fairies, and Druid beliefs.
There was a real person after whom he was modeled; however the model is also thought to be the result of a mix of multiple people. From the 16th century onwards he was thought to be someone who lived in the time of King Lionheart.
His true identity is veiled, however there was certainly someone who he originated from. That someone was a hero who fought not for themselves, but for the benefit of other people. But then, after death, they were destined to be forgotten. (If you look at it from this perspective, both Red and Green Archers share similar personalities.) [TL NOTE: Here personality was expressly written in katakana, but it feels like it should probably be “share a similar fate.”]
Robin Hood was handsome enough to make any naive village girl fall for him with a single look. That being said, he was very kind and a rather timid man, so not exactly the perfect lady-killer.
He would often act frivolously to hide his naive fixation on justice. But his creed always puts life over death.
“Pride or idleness are great and all, but it’s all over if you die, right?”
It follows that he held the small-minded desire of just wanting something warm and pleasant to be waiting for him after surviving to the end of the conflict. However it stands that he never managed to achieve this.
To be blunt, he had a childish, ill-tempered perspective of the world. Passing over whatever with a simple “Well I guess that’s the way it is.”
After being hated by the villagers [for the trouble he caused when he was young] he learned to simply go with the flow, and often told himself, “Don’t meddle too deeply in the affairs of others.” Nevertheless he had a love for people and whenever he saw people having fun he would somehow manage to slip himself into the group. He would end up as someone who was less than a friend, but more than a stranger.
His main attribute is virtue, so he loathes evil people, but finds no fault with good people (ordinary people). Although he twists the world around him, he would never sneer at the effort of others, however fruitless it may be.
At the root of his character is his strong sense of shame about his lowly origin.
Robin Hood is summoned as the Servant Archer, and his has poor compatibility with his Master (Dan). Throughout his lifetime he managed to stay alive by employing surprise attacks, assassination, and destructive traps. He was a so-called “Master of Cowardice.” Therefore Dan’s knightly mentality is something of a hindrance to Robin.
When it comes to the Holy Grail War, what effect does this incompatibility have on Robin’s smoldering wish (his desire of the Grail)? To find out, please refer to the game contents.
It must be mentioned that despite being ideologically incompatible with Dan, their personal relationship is rather good. Although Robin can’t follow along with Dan’s knightly mentality, Dan is a man of justice, just like Robin is. As such, Robin reluctantly obeys his orders. His reluctance is not due to prejudice, but rather because they are polar opposites.
Dan is impervious to trickery and deception, so Ryokucha (Green Archer) can’t help but scratch his head, “I wound up with another pain in the ass again.”
Green Archer: “Nitpicking at every little thing isn’t going to defeat our enemies. Oh well I guess it’s fine. I’m used to adversity after all. I’ll follow along obediently without a single complaint.”
Dan: “Archer, just my opinion, but isn’t what you just said generally considered to be a complaint?” Green Archer: “Eh? Ah, yep that’s right. You’ve got me there.”
The old veteran warrior and the young philosophical greenback.
This is the face of the struggle they share.
Illustrator and Voice actor Illustrator: Arco Wada Voice Actor: Kōsuke Toriumi
Noble Phantasm: D
Subversive Activities: A
Golden Rule: E
Magic Resistance: D
Independent Action: A
Yew Bow: The Bow of Prayer
A faceless, nameless chivalrous thief.
Just as he himself has said, this young man is nothing but one of the many "somebodies" that correspond to Robin Hood. The foundation of the legend came from the chivalrous thief that lurked in the Sherwood forest.
The original Robin Hood is said to have opposed the tyrant John Lackland, but died of excessive bleeding due a conspiracy from the abbess of the Kirkless Monastery.
Level 1 Bond
Region: England, Sherwood
Alignment: Neutral Good Gender: Male
“Yet something like a Heroic Spirit really doesn't fit my character…”
Level 2 Bond
Someone who doesn't choose methods to win, he makes ambushes, surprise attacks and the use of poison arrows his specialty.
A frivolous and cynical sharp-tongued person, but his nature is virtuous.
Somewhat bashful, he is a rebellious fellow that behaves with a lack of sincerity in order to conceal his own immaturity that fusses over justice.
He is on bad terms with EMIYA due the kindred hate that happens between similar people.
Level 3 Bond
Subversive Activities: A
The talent to chip off the opponent’s military strength during the preparation stages, prior to carrying out combat. An expert of traps. At A Rank, it is possible to incapacitate up to 60% of an enemy army before it has the chance to charge.
In group battles, a loss of 60% can be described as a great devastation.
Level 4 Bond
"Bow of Prayer"
Rank: D Type: Anti-Unit
A bow manufactured from yew wood found in the forest he used as his base while alive.
The yew is a sacred tree in Celt and Norse cultures, and the act of producing a bow of yew holds a meaning of a ceremony to "become one with the forest".
Level 5 Bond
As a Heroic Spirit that makes assassinations and obstructions his specialty, he is also versed in natural poisons. The yew is regarded as a tree that leads to the realm of the dead.
The Yew Bow has the power to instantly amplify・discharge the impurities (poisons and diseases) stockpiled in the target's stomach.
If the target is carrying any poison, there is an effect that causes said poison to explode as if gunpowder.
With a point of view that sulks at the world, yet he essentially likes people.
If there is a lively lineup, he will suddenly join up at one end and ultimately settle down on a position that is not a friend but neither a stranger.
Also, because he has at his core a guilty conscience that feels ashamed for the vileness of his own fighting style and way of life, he will never ridicule other's hard work and wasted efforts.
Class: Lancer Master: Lil'Ronnie True Name: Vlad III Noble Phantasm: Kazikli Bey: Fortress of Impalement Keyword: Vampie...?, Dracula Strength: B, Defense: A, Agility: E, Magic: A, Luck: D Divine Aegis: A+++, Marshal: A, Seraphic Monstrosity: A
01 - Kazikli Bey: Fortress of Impalement
This is this Servant's Noble Phantasm and is synonymous with the Servant himself, who in his previous life was known as Kazikli Voyvoda, or the Impaler Prince. The tortures and horrors released by the multitude of spears that his Noble Phantasm summons inflicts damage equivalent to the immorality and depravity found in the soul of the targeted opponent and can be seen as a form of divine punishment.
During the time of his reign as monarch of Wallachia, Vlad instituted a number of somewhat oppressive and punitive policies aimed at the lower levels of the nobility whom Vlad felt had seriously undermined and destabilized his country with their excessive corruption and political maneuverings. In addition to laws designed to curtail their excesses, he also carried out an unprecedented number of impalings amongst the noble classes.
While many believed he was simply trying to reduce the number of rivals and opponents to his rule, Vlad was shockingly ruthless in his approach to justice, targeting commoners and the upper-class with equal viciousness. His kingdom became a land of horrors, culminating with the 1459 impaling of an emissary from the Ottoman Empire, who survived on the stake for several days before finally succumbing.
02 - Vampire...?
A demon said to feed on blood.
A being some claims to be of the undead, and painted as evil and ungodly by those whole hold to a religious view of the world. In addition to the need to feed on the blood of humans, creatures such as this also are seemly immortal and are able to control lesser demons.
03 - Dracula
Means "Son of the Dragon."
His father was a member of the Order of the Dragon, an organization that originated during the rise of the Holy Roman Empire, and he took this name from his father's legacy.
Aegis of the Divine [A+++]
An ability bestowed upon those who have sacrificed themselves for what they believe to be greater good. Although obstinately a form of divine protection, it does not necessarily mean that one has received the blessing of the gods. Instead, it is a manifestation of one's absolute faith and self-righteousness...
However, the more powerful this ability becomes, the more detrimental the effect it has on a person's sanity and personality.
Gives one the strength and vitality to escape from even the most dire of situations. It also gives one the ability to successfully retreated to allied territory if defeated.
Seraphic Monstrosity [A]
Dracula. Once the name of a proud family worthy of honor and respect, it is now a name given to a monster whose past has been grossly distorted as a result of his actions in his mortal life. The influence of perception has transformed both his abilities and appearance.
Also, this skill cannot be altered or removed.
01 - Character Background
Considered a heroic figure in Romanian history, he was seen as a noble warrior who rebuilt and maintained the kingdom of Wallachia as well as the shield of Christendom against the threat of the Ottoman Empire.
The name Dracula was the most common appellate used when referring to Vlad III during his reign as King of Wallachia. Originally a duke appointed to his office under the auspices of the Eastern Roman Empire, he adopted many of the customs of that country's court, including signing all documents in the early Roman style. The name itself comes from his father's (Vlad II) enrollment into the Order of the Dragon, a monarchial chivalric order founded by Sigismund of Hungary, who later ascended to the throne of the Holy Roman Empire. His father took the surname Dracul and Vlad III appended the "a", signifying that he was "the son of Dracul."
The Order of the Dragon's primary purpose was to defend the Christian world from the increasing influence and might of the Islamic Ottoman Empire, a calling that Vlad III enthusiastically embraced. It is believed by some that he took the name Dracula not only in honor of his father, bus as also as an announcement of his intentions of safeguarding all of Christendom against the Turks as the "Son of the Dragon."
In order to protect Wallachia from what he considered the ravaging Turkish hordes, he instituted a series of conscriptions and laws that almost destroyed the noble class and stability of his realm, as well as resorted to measures considered to be beyond monstrous even by the somewhat barbaric standards of the time. His cruelty and savagery was such that at one point he had over 20,000 captured enemy soldiers impaled in an effort to intimidate his foe. In the end he was betrayed by the nobles he had turned his back on and was assassinated at the age of 46 years old.
02 - "Dracula"
Known as one of the greatest monsters of modern history, the inevitable distortions and exaggerations of scholars throughout the centuries cannot wholly cover the well-documented horrors and atrocities committed by his direct commands. Although he is seen as a hero and savior by some, the lengths he went to preserve the independence of Wallachia and to repel the Turk will forever paint him as an incarnation of satanic evil on Earth.
This was the year in which he first used impaling not only as punishment, but also as a form of psychological warfare in order to slow down the advances of the Turkish invasion into the western kingdoms. With a force of just 10,000 troops, Vlad III made extensive use of what are now known as guerilla and scorched-earth tactics to harass and weaken the enemy forces, which at one points consisted of over 150,000 soldiers. At one point, he drove his forces into Carpathian Mountains after annihilating the Turkish forces surrounding the city of Bucharest.
The scene that the main Turkish force encountered when they finally arrived to help the city was one of nightmares. Surrounding the entire city was a vast forest comprised entirely of impaled soldiers, some 20,000 in total. It is said that the lines of impaled Turks stretched for kilometers in every direction. The sight of their comrade's bodies impaled on stakes in combination with the overpowering stench of decay broke the morale and spirit of the Turkish army. Even Mehmed II , son of the Turkish Sultan and known as the conqueror, was shaken and ordered his forces to withdraw, saying the following:
"I fear no man alive, but even I cannot hope to fight the devil."
In the end, Vlad III rationalized his brutality and his lack of remorse gave him a battle vision far superior to those he faced. However, his actions made him a pariah amongst even his supporters and his life came to a tragic end due to betrayal.
On an unrelated note, many military historians theorize that Vlad's actions against the Turks are the first time that guerilla warfare tactics made their appearance and that they were the reason for his many successes against a demonstratively superior force. If one is to have so much success defending something only to be repaid with treason and assassination, isn't it reasonable to assume that one would go insane from rage and disappointment?
Q: There's three ranks for magic beasts, but what's the most famous of the Divine Beasts, the greatest of those?
Q: There's three ranks for magic beasts, but what's the most famous of the Divine Beasts, the greatest of those? Dragons are special beings with the alignments of the three types, but are there any currently existing dragons that can interfere with the real world in the world of Fate?
A: Moby Dick and Typhon? Divine beasts like those are more super weaponish than living beings I suppose.
Demonic Sword, Sword of the Sun, Gram.
A demonic sword of ruin and glory that Sigurd, the greatest hero of Northern Europe, possessed in the Volsunga Saga.
It is the model of Caliburn in the legend of King Arthur. As Caliburn was a chosen sword in a stone, Gram was also a chosen sword in the mighty tree of the Volsunga king.
The legend of Gram and its possessor Sigurd is a story filled with glory and ruin, as one would expect from a great hero.
"Der Ring des Nibelungen", composed later in Middle Ages Germany, is the story of a knight equal to the legend of King Artnur, and the sword Gram changes its name and appears in it as Balmung.
As the "strongest demonic sword" equaling the "strongest holy sword", it even possesses the special characteristic of "dragon slayer".
User: Gilgamesh A sword that appears in the “Völsunga Saga” of Norse mythology. It is wielded by the hero Sigurd. The incident where Sigurd’s father Sigmund pulled Gram from the trunk of a tree later became the model for Caliburn, the sword in the stone. After Sigurd reforged Gram from the shattered pieces, it is said to have become a demonic sword capable even of killing a dragon.
User: Saber Excalibur’s appearance after being corrupted by evil. Excalibur functions by converting its user’s magical energy into offensive power. Because of this nature as a “sword that amplifies”, when Saber was blackened, Excalibur blackened with her. In Arthurian legend, King Arthur received Excalibur from Vivian, a fairy of the lake. Just as the fairy Vivian who embodied goodness had her polar opposite in the evil Morgan, so too does Excalibur have the possibility of embodying both good and evil. However, whether Excalibur is filled with good or stained by evil, the fact that it is the strongest holy sword does not change.
[v] Kara no Kyoukai - Chapter 3: “Remaining Sense of Pain” Movies Q & A Pamphlets Q: So Fujino’s father forcibly induced her insensitivity to pain in order to suppress her power, but why? Didn’t the Asagami family want to pass on unusual abilities to their descendants just like the Ryougi family?
Q: So Fujino’s father forcibly induced her insensitivity to pain in order to suppress her power, but why? Didn’t the Asagami family want to pass on unusual abilities to their descendants just like the Ryougi family?
Nasu: That era has long since passed. Though the Ryougis have been very successful economically, the Asagamis have been defunct for quite some time. Probably, Fujino’s father realized that their family no longer had any reason to exist shortly before their collapse. In the modern era, nobody wants people with unusual abilities anymore, so there is no need to pass them on. Rather, they should be eliminated. That’s what he decided. Takeuchi: But that’s not right at all. If they had opened the Twist Shop FUJINON, they could have taken the world by storm! They’d open stuck-on bottle caps, moonlight as rubber rollers, and make sculptures for the Hakone Open-Air Museum! Nasu: Hahaha. That’s a pretty niche place to work, huh?
Kagetsu Tohya - 27 Dead Apostle Ancestors Series, ８／Fina-Blood Svelten
White Knight. Demon of Stratovarius. Has a liking for little boys, so he sucks only male blood.
Sponsors a high-class parade, is the captain of a ghost squad. What the heck is that?
One of Altrouge's guards.
Narbareck [Person's name]
The woman standing at the top of the Burial Agency.
She's not the same Narbareck that was talking to Roa, but it just so happens that the administrator of the Burial Agency is always a member of the same family. The current Narbareck is a homicidal maniac, and has shut herself away in the Burial Agency's executive office.
…Well, it's more like house arrest, really.
She regularly bullies all the members of the Burial Agency when they return from missions, and in turn they basically all wish she would just drop dead.
As the powerhouse whose job it is to reign in all the freaks in the Burial Agency, her infamy even reaches as far as the Association. Despite her young age, she is a monster that has already captured three of the 27 Dead Apostle Ancestors.
Kagetsu Tohya - 27 Dead Apostle Ancestors Series, 1５／Rita Rozay-en
Typical high-class vampire.
Inherited her master's property. Does whatever she pleases. But never satisfied. Perhaps a fault of crooked personality?
Has a good relationship with Sumire. Thinks that when one dies, the other will probably be the killer. Uh... are they really friends?
Kagetsu Tohya - 27 Dead Apostle Ancestors Series, ６／Rizo-Waal Strout
Black Knight Strout. Possesses the magical sword Neardark. One of the top 3.
Because of his curse of time, he is thought to be invincible. One of Altrouge's guards.
ShiKiller's rival in Tsukihime 2 (*laugh*)
No... there is no Tsukihime 2.
Kagetsu Tohya - 27 Dead Apostle Ancestors Series, １１／Stanrobe Calhin
Nickname: 'City Eater.'
Big eater. Although destroyed by the church, his essence was enough to destroy everything and everyone related to him.
But his annoying qualities could not be matched by any other.
Suma Smire. Lives underwater.
Only Dead Apostle to be able to teleport in the air.
Transcends the rules of nature. Perhaps a superhuman.
A pessimist who does what she feels like, but also one who can enjoy anything.
In Tsukihime 2, rumored to be just a simple drunkard older sister who needlessly gets in the way of the murderer.
Youichi Takada [Person]
A mysterious character who shows up from time to time. Though he seems like something you'd see in a manga, surprisingly he actually exists in reality. Details about his life are unknown, but you couldn't ask for a better personality.
The motorcycle he rides is a Honda Dream 50.