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Lord El-Melloi II Case Files (ロード・エルメロイⅡ世の事件簿, Rōdo Erumeroi Ⅱ Yo no Jikenbo?) is a novel series written by Sanda Makoto and illustrated by Mineji Sakamoto.

StoryEdit

SettingEdit

The series takes place in the United Kingdom and revolves around the Clock Tower.

The world of Lord El-Melloi II Case Files is set as the same parallel world of Fate/stay night [1]and relatively closely to Fate/Zero, as Waver Velvet had participated in the Fourth Holy Grail War.

PlotEdit

Ten years after the Fourth Holy Grail War, Waver Velvet, now Lord El-Melloi II and in charge of the Department of Modern Magecraft, solves problems and investigates mysteries in the thaumaturgy world on behalf of magi with the help of his apprentice Gray, all the while navigating the cutthroat politics of the Clock Tower.

CharactersEdit

Main charactersEdit

Lord El-Melloi II
The main protagonist, his real name is Waver Velvet. One of the twelve Lords that reside at the Clock Tower, the headquarters for all mages. His skills at Magecraft are second tier, but he possesses an incredible breadth and depth of knowledge. One of the very few who participated in the Fourth Holy Grail War held in the Far East to actually survive the experience.
Gray
The narrator of this story. She is a 15-year-old girl and Lord El-Melloi II's apprentice. She always covers herself with an ash-colored cape, and hides her face beneath its hood. She carries around the Mystic Code called "Add" inside a birdcage.
Add
A Mystic Code that has been passed down for generations within Gray's family.
Reines El-Melloi Archisorte
Lord El-Melloi II's adoptive younger sister, and the next head of house El-Melloi that has brought the family together out of the hardships suffered in their downfall. She was the one who gave him the name "El-Melloi" and the seat of the Lord. At times, she seems to enjoy giving her new adopted brother completely unreasonable demands and seeing how he reacts to them. Occasionally serves as the second narrator of the story.
Flat Escardos
Lord El-Melloi II's student. A boy affiliated with the "El-Melloi Class" of the Modern Magecraft Theories department. He is a genius of Magecraft, but within the Clock Tower he has both the distinction of being a top-tier student and the infamy of being a problematic child. Carefree and affectionate, he is a boy none can hate. He showcases an amazing camaraderie with Svin from his class.
Svin Glascheit
Lord El-Melloi II's student. A brilliant student who shares the top two spots in the "El-Melloi Class" with Flat. At first glance, he is a jaded, calm student, but in reality he rivals Flat in problematic behavior as well. Flat calls him "Le Chien (The Dog)" as a term of endearment due to Svin's usage of Beast Magecraft, but Svin himself abhors that nickname.

case. Adra Castle SeparationEdit

Luviagelita Edelfelt
Guest character, nicknamed Luvia. A Finnish-born jewelry magus. She is around her late teens.
Flueger
Master-slaying Astrologer Flueger, also known as Flue. A freelancer operating in the Middle East.
Orlocke Caesarmund
A very old magus.
Hishiri Adashino
A Japanese magus and member of the Department of Law.
Heine Istari
A famed alchemist known as "The Knight". Youth around his mid-twenties.
Rosalind Istari
Heine's eight year old sister.
Jiroubou Seigen Tokitou
Clown
Luvia's bodyguard.
Geryon Ashborn

case. Twin Towers of IselmaEdit

Inorai Valualeta Atroholm
The head of one of the Mage's Association's Three Great Families, the Lord of the Department of Creation, and one of the major leaders of the democratic faction. Touko's former teacher.
Byron Valuayeta Iselma
The head of the Iselma family. Father of the Gold and Silver Princesses, the two most beautiful people in the world made using magecraft.
Diadra Valualeta Iselma
The Princess of Gold.
Estella Valualeta Iselma
The Princess of Silver.
Caleena
Personal maid of the Princess of Gold. Has a Celtic background.
Rejina
Personal maid of the Princess of Silver. Has a Celtic background.
Touko Aozaki
Guest character. A magus who attained the highest rank of Grand by being a peerless doll maker and finding and reconstructing the lost Primeval Runes. Was once under Sealing Designation before it was rescinded a few years ago.
Mick Grazilier
A magus of the neutral faction, and member of the Department of Curse.
Maio Brishisan Clynelles
Magus from the Faculty of Lore and a member of the neutral faction. The Iselma family's personal pharmacist, as the the Clynelles family has been for generations. Childhood friend of the Gold and Silver Princesses.
Islo Sebunan
Childhood friend and dressmaker of the Gold and Silver Princesses.
Atrum Galliasta
Guest character from Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works. An arrogant rich playboy from a Middle Eastern family.

case. Mystic Eyes collection train Edit

Olga Marie Animusphere
Guest character from Fate/Grand Order. Sole daughter of the Lord of the Department of Celestial Body.
Trisha Fellows
Olga's governess.
Hishiri Adashino
Caules Forvedge
Guest Character from Fate/Apocrypha. A boy who is the head of the Forvedge family. He has recently transferred to the Clock Tower.
Yvette L. Lehrman
Jeanmario Spinella
Callebaut Frampton
Rodin
Leandra
Manager
Melvin Waynez
A former schoolmate and self-proclaimed best friend of El-Melloi II. In the past, he provided funds for Waver Velvet to go to Japan to participate in the Fourth Holy Grail War and again when Waver wished to buy the El-Melloi classroom.
Faker
Doctor Heartless

case. Atlas' contractEdit

Bersac Blackmore
Fernando Croze
Sister Irmia
Magdalena
Zepia Eltnam Atlasia
Guest character.
Kay
Corpse King

case. Grand ResolutionEdit

Hishiri Adashino
Inorai Valualeta Atroholm
McDonell Trambellio Elrod
Melvin Waynez
Rulfurus Nuda-Re Eulyphis
Olga Marie Animusphere
Touko Aozaki
Yvette L. Lehrman
Calugh Ithred
Jorek Kurdice
Gesell Tolman
Asheara Mystras
Doctor Heartless
Faker
Luviagelita Edelfelt
Flueger
Jiroubou Seigen Tokitou
Rodin

AnimeEdit

Characters initially introduced in the anime original episodes

Barzan
A magus Waver encounters in Iraq during his travels, who is there to unearth and pillage the tomb of Iskander for his own purposes.
Mary Lil Fargo
Daughter of Ernest Fargo and a former student of El-Melloi II.
Alec Fargo
Nephew of Ernest Fargo, he is currently under considerable debt.
Ernest Fargo
Head of the Fargo, a branch family of the Animuspheres. El-Melloi II is requested by the Animusphere family to investigate the mysterious circumstances of his recent death.
Fernando Lee
Friend and fellow researcher of Ernest Fargo. Specializes in Spiritual Evocation.
Claire
Maid of the Fargo household.

OthersEdit

Bram Nuada-Re Sophia-Ri
Rocco Belfeban

NovelsEdit

Case. Adra Castle SeparationEdit

case. Adra Castle Separation (case.剥離城アドラ, Case. Hakuri-jō adora?)

Case. Twin Form Tower (Upper)Edit

case. Twin Towers of Izelma (Upper) (case.双貌塔イゼルマ(上), Case. ?)

Case. Twin Form Tower (Lower)Edit

case. Twin Towers of Izelma (Lower) (case.双貌塔イゼルマ(下), Case. ?)

Case. Mystic Eyes collection train (Upper)Edit

case. Mystic Eyes collection train (Upper) (case.魔眼蒐集列車(上), Case. Magan shūshū ressha?)

Case. Mystic Eyes collection train (Lower)Edit

case. Mystic Eyes collection train (Lower) (case.魔眼蒐集列車(下), Case. Magan shūshū ressha?)

Case. Atlas' contract (Upper)Edit

case. Atlas' contract (Upper) (case.アトラスの契約(上), Case. Atorasu no keiyaku?)

Case. Atlas' contract (Lower)Edit

case. Atlas' contract (Lower) (case.アトラスの契約(下), Case. Atorasu no keiyaku?)

Case. Grand Resolution (Upper)Edit

Case. Grand Resolution (Upper) (case.冠位決議(上), Case. Kan'i Ketsugi?)

Case. Grand Resolution (Middle)Edit

Case. Grand Resolution (Middle) (case.冠位決議(中)), Case. Kan'i Ketsugi?)

Case. Grand Resolution (Lower)Edit

Case. Grand Resolution (Lower) (case.冠位決議(下)), Case. Kan'i Ketsugi?)

DevelopmentEdit

Sanda Makoto (Red Dragon, Rental Magica). Volume one was announced for release at Comiket 87.

MangaEdit

The October issue of Kadokawa's Young Ace magazine revealed the Novel will receive a manga adaptation illustrated by Toh Azuma. It debuted in the magazine's November issue on October 4.[2] Published by Kadokawa Shoten, the first volume of the manga was released on July 3, 2018. The second volume is released on August 4, 2018 and the third on January 10, 2019.

AnimeEdit

After Type-Moon teased a new animation project, produced by studio Troyca, a TV anime special episode "Episode 0" for the series was set to air December 31, 2018, during the Fate Project Ōmisoka TV Special 2018. Handled by Troyca, a full anime TV Series named Lord El-Melloi II Case Files -Mystic Eyes collection trainRail Zeppelin Grace note- (ロード・エルメロイⅡ世の事件簿 -魔眼蒐集列車レール・ツェッペリン Grace note-, Rōdo Erumeroi Ⅱ Yo no Jikenbo -Magan shūshū resshaRēru Tsepperin Grace note-?) was then announced to start airing July 6, 2019.[3] It will adapt the "Rail Zeppelin" case of the Light Novel, while including anime original content.[4]

TrailersEdit

Characters TrailersEdit

External linksEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. From the Fate/strange fake volume 1, Kinoko Nasu's afterwards (only in 2015 edition; missing in the Edition translated to English).
  2. The Case Files of Lord El-Melloi II Manga Launches on October 4. Anime News Network (2017-09-04).
  3. Official Anime website
  4. Type-Moon's The Case Files of Lord El-Melloi II Novels Get TV Anime in July. Anime News Network (2018-12-31)

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