- 1 Profile
- 2 Role
- 2.1 Fate/Grand Order
- 2.1.1 First Singularity: Orleans
- 2.1.2 Do Moon Goddesses Dream of Dango?
- 2.1.3 Miss Almost Weekly Santa Alter
- 2.1.4 Final Singularity: Solomon
- 2.1.5 Summer Event: Chaldea Summer Memories
- 2.1.6 Summer Event: Chaldea Heat Odyssey
- 2.1.7 Échiquier de l'Apocalypse
- 2.1.8 Interlude
- 2.1 Fate/Grand Order
- 3 Abilities
- 4 Forms and Alternate Versions
- 5 Development
- 6 References
The Queen of France of the 18th Century whose genealogy is related to the House of Habsburg. The queen consort of Louis XVI. An ephemeral lady. Born between Holy Roman Emperor Francis I, a person originating from the House of Lorraine as its Duke, and Maria Theresa, who is a descendant of the great aristocratic German household, the House of Habsburg, Marie was born and raised as an existence that symbolizes the "rule of nobility" of the European world, and during a chaotic period of human history where the right of monarchy was no longer absolute, she lost her life in a changing world.
Loved as a symbol of royal authority, being blessed while living—Destested as a symbol of royal authority, shown contempt as she ended up dead. Protruding eyes of the nobility, political marriage, living the royal court life, and then, revolution and execution. It is possible to say that Marie's way of life and manner of death is the embodiment of royal authority as an evident "idol".
Although a target of hatred by many people before, during and after the Age of Revolution, Marie's reputation has been restored in modern France; during famines, she reduced court expenses to make donations, personally demanded for the nobility to provide support to the people and such—it has thus being confirmed that she was a woman that thought of the people.
There was a tragedy. Still————
Marie will never wish to the Holy Grail, for the erasure of her tragedy. She will only fulfill her own role. In other words, radiance to the sky. Blessings to the earth.
————Happiness to the people.
Marie is endowed with the greatest body and good looks as the result of her being born so as to become a beautiful monarch that will be loved. Her attire is based on the concept of an "Idol Queen".
During the Moon Festival event, Marie commented that in life, no matter how much food she ate, all the food would go to her breasts, making that the more she ate, the bustier she would get. d'Eon then confirmed it and stated through that, her Majesty would grow to have one of the finest bodies in France.
An image (idol) from birth. Soothing the masses with a smile, earning adoration with a gaze. Marie was born to be loved, and this is not a theory, but her actually feeling this as an instinct. Finding joy on and accepting the fact that she is an image, she is set on conducting herself just as it is expected of her. Such mentality is already close to some sort of goddess.
Marie never hates the people. As she was born to be loved, she therefore loves the people. If the people deem her to be unnecessary, and even if they shout at her, capture her, and kill her, she will smile at them even at the moment of her death. However, her mentality as a Servant have fundamentally stopped at "the moment she married Louis XVI, visited France as its queen, and was loved and blessed by the many citizens", and she does not easily display her aspect as the queen of a tragedy. (It cannot be concluded that she has no memories after the aforementioned moment, but the stage of her character and mentality is simply at "that time".)
Honest. Spontaneous. Marie will speak whatever she thought of. She will say the things she likes are what she likes, and the things she dislikes are what she dislikes.
Marie loves baths. Similar to and influenced by her mother, Maria Theresa, she awfully loves being clean. That's because, the perfumes she uses aren't that strong (for her, the light ones that are similar to herbs and flowers are good).
Marie is a spendthrift. She wastes money on one thing or another as she pleases, and she does not understand even herself about this habit.
As the bond with the protagonist (Master) deepens, it appears that she will display the aspect of her tragic side. It is very evident that she is "the very idol that continues to scatter love, yet whose body and mind are scarred." And yet, she still smiles beautifully. Never, will Marie desire for the erasure of the tragedy.
- Around the time when she was seven years old, on the occasion of a six-year-old genius, who was invited as a performing musician to the palace of Vienna, falling down, she kindly extended her hand to him. As a matter of fact, this genius boy would be later known as Amadeus Mozart, and he proposed marriage to the beautiful Marie (who at that time had the name Maria). The answer at that time was...
- Even now where she became a Heroic Spirit, this event that was enjoyable and sincere to her is said to be recognized as "love". That is, nothing about this "love" has changed whatsoever from when she felt it around that very youthful time.
- Charles-Henri Sanson
- The executioner who hoisted the guillotine for Marie. During her lifetime, he is the last companion who raised his voice to her during her final moments. Just before her execution, Marie expressed her words of apology regarding her stepping on Sanson's shoes.
- Chevalier d'Eon
- She completely recognizes d'Eon as "female". Furthermore, she deeply respects her as a person who endeavored in diplomacy and secret missions while she was a woman. Marie had gave a dress to d'Eon before in life. For Marie, she thinks about going out with d'Eon as a fellow friend and not as master and servant.
First Singularity: Orleans
Marie and Amadeus Mozart are Stray Servants travelling together. They arrive in La Charite to help Ritsuka's party while they were being overwhelmed Jeanne Alter's Servants. Marie has Mozart use his Noble Phantasm to hold Carmilla and Vlad III off so the group can escape.
After escaping, Marie and Mozart join the group to fight Jeanne Alter. Marie believes that is the reason she and Mozart were summoned. The group then discusses how Jeanne Alter’s Servants have Mad Enhancement regardless of their backgrounds. Romani Archaman attributes this to the Holy Grail. Jeanne theorizes Marie and Mozart’s summoning is the result of the Grail resisting the reversed causality of it having a holder before the Grail War even began. Later that night, the group defeat Martha, who tested their skills rather than merely observe like Jeanne Alter ordered. Before she disappears, Martha tells them to go to Lyon. There they’ll find a dragon slayer who can slay Jeanne Alter’s personal dragon.
The next day, Marie gathers intel about Lyon from a nearby town while the others wait outside since Jeanne is currently feared as the "Dragon Witch". She reports Lyon was destroyed a while ago, yet despite that the group decides to search the town. While searching Lyon, the group encounters and kills Phantom of the Opera. Romani Archaman then warns them a dragon and three Servants are approaching, but the group decides to continue their search. Marie and Mozart stay behind to fight while the others head for the castle that Romani directed them to. After the others leave the castle with Siegfried, the group is confronted by Jeanne Alter and her dragon, Fafnir. Jeanne Alter commands Fafnir to incinerate them, but Jeanne And Mash protect everyone from the dragon’s flames with their Noble Phantasms. The group then escapes after Siegfried uses Balmung to drive Fafnir away.
While escaping, they encounter a French army being attacked by wyverns commanded by Charles-Henri Sanson and Lancelot. While Jeanne goes to fight the wyverns, Marie fights Sanson with the others' help. They then fight Lancelot with Jeanne after she drove Carmilla off when Marshall Gilles and his soldiers hit the wyverns with cannonfire. After Lancelot is killed and Sanson escapes with Carmilla, Gilles tries to talk with Jeanne to discern if it's truly her. Marie asks Jeanne if she wishes to answer him before they leave, but Jeanne decides not to do so to not endanger his position. The group then continues to escape
Arriving at an abandoned fort, Marie heals Siegfried’s wounds, but the curses afflicted on him prevent a full recovery. Jeanne says they’ll need another Servant who can use Baptism Rites to remove the curses. Since she doesn’t enough power, the group looks for a saint Servant to help. The group split up to search, with Jeanne and Marie traveling together.
Marie tells Jeanne to reject Jeanne Alter’s scornful words. This helps to dispel some of Jeanne’s self doubt. Jeanne and Marie eventually come to a town protected by Georgios. They try to recruit him, but he refuses to leave until the town is evacuated. However, just as the town is nearly evacuated, Jeanne Alter arrives to attack the town. Marie stays behind to protect the town while Jeanne and Georgios escape.
Sanson, who came to execute her once again, confronts Marie. Marie defeats him, prompting Sanson to question how he could lose after killing so many. Marie replies he became weaker because he became more proficient as a killer, all the while becoming weaker as an executioner, as a savior of criminals. Sanson denies her claims, saying that he honed his skill so to give her a better execution so she would forgive him. Marie, however, reveals that she bears no grudge against him. Sanson tries to reply, but leaves when Jeanne Alter arrives. After greeting her, Marie activates Crystal Palace to fight her. She ultimately perishes in said battle.
Do Moon Goddesses Dream of Dango?
With Sanson and Chevalier d’Eon, Marie stole a load of dumplings that were originally transported to the Singularity by Artemis. Realizing they can’t possibly carry three tons’ worth of dumplings, Marie gives most of them to Martha, Georgios, and Saski Kojirou, who were heading for the waters of Marseille to pray.
Camping out in a forest, Marie eats the dumplings with Sanson and D’Eon, who she feeds the dumplings to. Sanson questions the morality of them taking all three tons, but Marie reprimands him for being too modest. She asks where his boldness when he prepared the guillotine went. Sanson tells her she’s eating too many dumplings, but to his amazement, Marie claims all the calories go to her breasts. She calls it something all girls have in common, rather a medical marvel like Sanson believes. Ritsuka’s party soon arrives, with Mash demanding they surrender their dumplings. Marie greets Ritsuka and Mash, but struggles to remember them and ends up fighting them with D’Eon and Sanson. After they’re defeated, Mozart appears to help the French Servants. They’re defeated again; Marie remembers who Ritsuka and Mash are and returns the dumplings to them. She tells them what happened to the remaining dumplings. She then wishes them good fortune in their venture, giving Ritsuka a kiss goodbye.
Miss Almost Weekly Santa Alter
Marie reprimands D’Eon for accidentally selling a royal family treasure to Julius Caesar, who they mistook for Santa Claus, after they bought it back. Later, she writes a letter to Santa saying that she wants a present that’ll bring her two friends, who are always fighting, together. But when Santa Alter comes in response to the letter, Marie shoots her down with a cannon. However, upon seeing Santa Alter, Marie realizes she isn’t the same Santa from before. She opts to keep this from D’Eon during the fight with Santa Alter, so to keep the momentum going. Santa Alter defeats them and tells them and Astolfo to line up to retrieve their presents. Marie retrieves a glass horse as her present. Santa Alter then leaves, tossing a Halloween pumpkin at Astolfo as she does. Marie ponders its meaning, but realizes it means Astolfo won’t reappear until next year’s Halloween.
Final Singularity: Solomon
Summer Event: Chaldea Summer Memories
Marie and several of Ritsuka’s other Servants are accidentally rayshifted to a remote island where they’re unable to contact Chaldea. Like everyone else, she wonders where they are, but she knows it isn’t France.
The next day, the group learns from a near-dead Blackbeard (who was convinced earlier by Mary Read to observe the island) that their location is still unknown, and it's nearly impossible to leave with a normal ship. Agreeing with Artoria Pendragon's suggestion to leave the island to contact Chaldea, the group decides to build a ship capable of leaving the island. Scáthach alters the group’s Spirit Origins to give them swimsuits to accommodate their current environment. The group then goes to gather materials for Scáthach to build their escape ship and other facilities.
Later, the group discusses what their first task of island life should be when a storm suddenly rolls in. They enter a small cave spotted by Mordred to escape the rain, but they run out due to a massive swarm of bugs. Outside the cave, the group decides they need to build a cabin to take shelter in. After that is built, they build a water supply to preserve any freshwater they collect.
Later, Marie goes fishing with Ritsuka, Mash, Tamamo-no-Mae, and Cú Chulainn at his fishing spot. Out of sympathy, she repeatedly releases the fish she catches. She catches something bigger than her usual, and with the others’ help, reels it in. Unfortunately, it turns out to be a monster that the group promptly slays.
Tired of barbecue, the group decide to build a proper cooking facility. Marie requests a pizza oven, wanting to eat pizza ever since she saw others eat it at Chaldea. She always wanted to try it, but Sanson and Mozart always stopped her.
If the pizza oven is built, Marie is intrigued by the variations of pizza that Ritsuka mentions. She wonders if Sanson and Mozart were being mean preventing her from eating it. Agreeing with Mash that Sanson and Mozart don’t know what pizza tastes like, Marie believes they don’t want to get their greasy.
Next, the group builds a bathing facility, cultivates a vegetable field for a stable food supply, and builds a ranch to raise livestock.
Later, Marie, Artoria, Kiyohime, and Mordred learn from Scáthach that a beast destroyed their crops as determined by Fionn mac Cumhaill’s Fintan Finegas. Unfortunately, they find Fionn and Diarmuid Ua Duibhne, who served as lookouts the previous night, fatally wounded. Fionn quickly dies, but Artoria learns from Diarmuid that their attacker was a boar. When Artoria spots a boar piglet, Marie defends it from the group’s allegations that it killed the Lancers and destroyed the crops because it’s adorable. Artoria tells her they have no choice but to suspect it, given the current evidence. She also tells her not to be fooled by appearances. Marie tries to feed the piglets some nuts, prompting Artoria to warn her to beware of a boar’s charge. Marie continues to defend the piglet as the others want to kill it, believing it to be innocent since it hasn’t run off yet. However, the piglet runs off when monsters suddenly appear. After killing the monsters, the group split up to search the island for the piglet.
Later that night, they reconvene at the crops joined by Tamamo, Martha, Anne, and Mary. Marie again defends the piglet’s innocence when Martha also questions its ability to kill Fionn and Diarmuid. The group finds the piglet along with two others trying to protect the crops from a demon boar. Angered that it attacked the piglets, Marie attacks the demon boar, with the others following suit upon realizing it’s the true culprit. After the demon boar is slain, Marie accepts Artoria and Kiyohime’s apologies for wrongly accusing the piglet. She thanks the piglets for trying to protect the crops against the demon boar, despite being smaller than it. After Scáthach contracts the piglets to guard the crops, Marie gladly accepts the proposition. She reprimands Artoria for telling the piglet that looking at it makes her hungry in her apology to it.
The next day, the group build a pathway to improve their efficiency in material gathering, as Artoria suggested. Next, the group builds an aqueduct to improve their efficiency in storing water. If Marie's request for a stone aqueduct is built, she admires how it looks like the Pont du Gard. Afterward, the group builds a bridge to make traveling easier for Ritsuka.
Later, Marie is recruited by Scáthach to investigate something the piglets found with her, Ritsuka, Mash, and Martha. When they near their location, Marie realizes she was recruited to stop the piglet serving as their guide from fleeing. Eventually the group discovers a manhole sized pool of poison which is causing all the plants in the area to wilt. After slaying the monsters that appeared, Martha purifies the pool. The group then follows the piglet to an even larger pool of poison, which was created by a demon boar bathing in the water. After killing the demon boar, Martha tries to purify the pool, but it proves ineffective. So Scáthach plants ash trees to clean the miasma as they grow. She notes the process takes roughly 1,000 years to complete, as rushing it will cause the seeds to wither away from the poison. She tells the others to deal with any demon boars and poison pools when they encounter, suspecting they encounter more from now on.
Later, the group decides to construct a garden, with Marie suggesting a maze garden. If the maze garden is made, she and the others explore the maze. She holds onto Fou to prevent him from finding the exit by scent. When asked if she likes mazes, Marie recalls the mazes she experienced in her lifetime, especially the one in Versailles. Because her decisions were predetermined after becoming queen, she explored the maze to relieve stress. She then says they should find the exit before dinnertime, otherwise they’ll use Fou to help them.
She later suggests they build a play area since going into ocean when not collecting materials has become boring. She suggests building Marie Land, though she doesn’t give an accurate description of it. If Marie Land is built, it turns out to be a playground built to her specifications. While playing at the swings, she asks why playgrounds are being deconstructed in recent years. Mash guesses it is for the safety of the children, but Marie responds they don’t have to worry about that since there are no children around. After noticing Karna standing on an elephant slide, she agrees with Ritsuka that everyone has fun in their own way. It was for this reason Marie had different playground equipment built. Everyone then continues playing.
A couple days later, the group builds a lookout tower. Later they decide to upgrade their residence to increase its size. Marie suggests a castle, which Artoria agrees with. If the castle is built, Marie finds it is small compared to Versailles or Schonbrunn. But that’s part of its charm, recalling she always crossed paths with strangers in Versailles. She, Tamamo and Artoria agree that the smaller a castle is, the more it feels like a home. As a result, people’s bonds are strengthened.
Later, the group prepares to construct a statue as they reach final preparations for their escape ship. Marie calls a statue the beacon of hope, which will keep morale up. A giant demon boar suddenly arrives, but the group force it to retreat. Afterwards, they construct the statue. If a statue of Marie is built, Marie admires it since there aren’t any large statues of her even in France. She calls that natural since she was only a queen and not a hero, feeling the statue is telling her she was fine the way she was. She thanks Ritsuka for it and the memories they made on the island. They then continue constructing the escape ship.
The next day, the group has finished constructing their escape ship. Marie asks Scáthach if the piglets can come with them. Scáthach replies that the magical adjustments she did on the ship did not take the piglets in account so the ship wouldn’t be able to sail if they came. Marie is disappointed and feels the piglets are still in danger from the giant demon boar. The giant demon boar then arrives, and the group fight it for the sake of the piglets. During the battle, the demon boar charges at the ship to destroy it. The piglets form a wall to block it, to no avail. Marie calls them silly since they could have stayed together longer if the ship was destroyed. She tells the demon boar that it has no place on the island as it belongs to the piglets. She says because the piglets are so weak and short-lived that they need the group’s protection as per their purpose to protect the weak, recognizing she is being selfish by going against the law of the jungle. Declaring herself to be the most selfish girl in the world, she fights the demon boar with the others. With the demon boar dead, the group prepares to leave the island. Marie tells the piglets they’re free to do what they want now and bids them farewell. The group then set sail to try to contact Chaldea.
Summer Event: Chaldea Heat Odyssey
The group eventually makes landfall at a desolate wasteland. They then hear a cry for help, which to their surprise is coming from a boar piglet. They slay the Shadow Servant chasing the piglet, revealing itself to be a demon boar in disguise. The piglet then calls the group goddesses and asks them to save this world.
The piglet leads the group to city ruins, where they meet the boar piglet chief. Hearing of their circumstance, the chief thanks the group for saving his grandchild. He tells them the buildings were from advanced civilization built by the piglets. Unfortunately, it ended when the demon boars and Shadow Servants arrived fifty years ago. The chief recounts a legend in his clan about nine goddesses called the Nine Sisters who gave the piglets civilization. As they were said to take human forms, the chief’s grandson assumed the group were the goddesses. In exchange for the piglets’ help, the group start redeveloping the island.
Marie helps construct a power plant. She also helps construct a sweets shop, but she is torn between japanese sweets and the ones she’s used to. She later joins Scáthach’s search party to the coast, along with Ritsuka, Mash, Tamamo, and Mordred.
As they travel to the coast, the group encounter and destroys some automations. Scáthach wonders if the piglets built them to be protectors, but she notes they weren’t strong enough to defeat the demon boars. Marie comments though the automatons were stronger than the demon boars they fought before. Scáthach replies the earlier demon boars are likely weaklings to something else on the island, stating they need to kill the giant demon boars before they gather power. She tells the others to be on guards on the possibility they may encounter multiple fortress-class demon boars. The group soon encounters a giant demon boar protecting a tree. The group slay it, having transformed into Heracles. After Scáthach reveals it was guarding an ash tree, the group move on to the coast.
There they see the broken remains of the statue they built, making them realize they’re on the same island from before. Scáthach explains they sailed on a straight course away from the island only to return after 2,000 years passed on the island. She further explains time doesn’t progress normally on the island; an hour on the island equaling a tiny fraction of time passing everywhere else. The island has been cut off from the rest of the world for 2,000 years, which means no heroes of mage existed here. It was only a world where the piglets lived in peace until the group arrived and established civilization to be later worshiped as the Nine Sisters.
Returning to the others, Scáthach tells them of what her search party learned. She then reveals the ash tree the giant demon boar was guarding is the same one she planted 2,000 years. After the tree absorbed all the poison in its soil, the island became a perfect habitat for the piglets. Scáthach points out sailing away from the island will cause another thousand years will pass on the island and the piglets may be extinct when they return. She then states they need to discover why the island’s space-time is distorted as they continue to redevelop the island and make contact with Chaldea.
Later Marie teaches the piglets how to sing, though their lyrics quickly change into the R’lyeh language. Nonetheless, she commends them for their singing, saying a beautiful voice heals the soul. The piglets confuse her when they ask if singing will bring world peace, make weapons disappear, or turn the world into a unisex hot spring. Agreeing with their suggestion to hold a concert, Marie says they need a proper venue when she remembers what they built the other day. With the others’ help, she makes invitation and hands them to the piglets. She tells them to give the invitations to those they want to be friends with. She then asks Ritsuka and Mash to help deliver the invitations. After they hand out most of the invitations, Marie suggests giving the rest to the other Servants. Artoria readily accepts the invitation, but she says she’ll be late since her building is still under construction. Mordred refuses until Marie threatens to beat her with her beach ball and force the invitation onto her. This prompts a fight with Mordred, which she loses and accepts the invitation. Tamamo also refuses, but Marie rejects her refusal. She confirms to Tamamo that she will stuff the invitation into her hands after knocking her out with her beach ball. This prompts a fight with Tamamo, which she loses, and Marie forces the invitation on her. Later, Marie notes the concert hall is now filled to capacity. Despite the dark nature of their songs, the boar piglets’ concert is met with thunderous applause and a standing ovation.
After Thomas Edison, who gave the boar piglets electricity 2000 years, is woken from cryosleep by Ritsuka, Mash, Scáthach, Artoria and Mordred, the group learns he needs the Holy Grail to build an escape device to contact Chaldea. After completing several construction projects, the group decide to go to where the demon boars reside as they likely have the Grail.
Nearing their destination, the group finds a vast number of demon boars guarding the cave like Scáthach surmised. They realize the Grail must be inside the cave, but the demon boars outnumber them. Going with Mordred’s plan, the others breakthrough the enemy line and hold them off so Ritsuka, Mash, Scáthach, and Edison can enter the cave.
After the escape device is built, the group leave the island. They are then contacted by Romani, and learn they were only gone for a hour before rayshifting back to Chaldea.
Échiquier de l'Apocalypse
Queen of Lily and Emperor of Rose
Romani summons Marie to Chaldea to cheer Vive la France repeatedly with her. However, Marie feels that their cheering would be better with more people, and asks Romani if they can go to a place with more energy and people. Romani suggests they can go to Rome, saying that it should be safe with no enemy Servants there. After Rayshifting to Rome with Ritsuka and Mash, Marie heads for the palace without them.
Inside of the palace, she heads for the throne room to look at the throne. There she encounters Nero Claudius, who is confused by Marie’s presence. After Nero asks her where she is from, Marie introduces herself to Nero, who introduces herself back. Marie asks Nero if she could sit on her throne, but Nero mistakes her request as a challenge for the throne. After the group defeats Nero in the ensuing fight, she tells Marie to sit on her throne later when no one is around, and invites the group to a banquet. Hearing Romani’s disappointment that he can’t join the banquet, Marie promises him they’ll bring back presents.
The Fragile Lily
Marie, Ritsuka and Mash encounter each other inside a dream of hers, which makes her ponder who is exactly dreaming. Marie recognizes their current location as Tour du Temple, the place where she awaited her execution, and her perceived mental landscape. She wonders if the others perceive the location differently from her or not. She tells Ritsuka and Mash that they need to leave her prison and return to reality. However, because of Marie’s doubts she can on escape on her own, the prison turns into a labyrinth as the prison represents her memories of sorrow and misery. But her connection with Ritsuka encourages her to find a way to the exit.
After destroying some ghosts, Marie expresses that she never fell into despair while imprisoned. She eternal,further expresses her belief that France is eternal, even if the royal family is dead and forgotten, and even if it changes. Another Marie then confronts the group, calling Marie’s words self-deception. Marie states Marie truthfully wants France, and its people who killed her family, to die. Confirming that both of them are real, Marie calls herself the one who never gave up while Marie is the one that did. However, Marie calls Marie fake, and calls herself the real Marie Antoinette, cursing France for her fate. Marie rejects her other self, saying that she never stopped smiling no matter what fate befell her. After Marie further expresses her hatred for France and the world at large, the group fight and defeat her. Marie is thankful that she now has nothing to hide from Ritsuka and Mash, and leads them to the exit. Before that though, she asks Ritsuka and Mash to not tell Romani or Fou about the dream if they still remember it, not wanting them to see her not smiling.
Marie - who is a heavenly-sent child of the royalty conferred by God - can freely handle all vehicles and beasts with her Riding Skill, starting from the white horse that symbolizes the French royal family. However, the Dragon Kind cannot be mounted.
Marie's general weapon is her singing voice due to her Alluring Euphony (魅惑の美声, Miwaku no Bisei?) Skill. A mesmerizing-kind of Skill possessed by those with a beautiful natural voice; it is also a declaration of the exercise of power by the royalty. It works as a charm magecraft-like effect towards those of the user's opposite sex, but evasion is possible by means of a Magic Resistance Skill. Even without Magic Resistance, one can abate it to some extent so long he or she maintains a will to resist. For Marie, who has materialized as a symbolic existence, she can guide magical damage towards the opponents of the royalty with just a single singing voice.
Beautiful Princess (麗しの姫君, Uruwashi no Himegimi?) is a Skill representing one's charismatic nature in regards not to leadership, but the ability to charm the people around oneself. For Marie, who possesses an A Rank in this Skill, a knightly individual that protects her is pulled towards her just by existing.
Forms and Alternate Versions
Whether at the royal palace or at the beach, a queen consort is a queen consort. She is Marie Antoinette as she still is, even if her Saint Graph has been tinkered with by Scathach. Nevertheless, she is somewhat in high spirits, and comparing with her materialization as a Rider, the number of times she smiles has increased by a tiny bit. Unnoticed goes the crab that got on her head (only in her first stage Ascension).
The same Marie Antoinette as always. Given that it is the resort, she is slightly in high spirits. She feels that royalty is at home in a summer resort. Having successfully materialized in a swimsuit, she does not really care about the large amount of skin exposure. Marie Antoinette continues to sparkle beautifully, pleasantly, and gorgeously. Concerning her appearance, because she is rather unmindful of it, it may not be known that in the eyes of others, she comes out all the more boldly.
Marie's motivations and attitude towards the Master are, basically, the same as usual. Spending every summer day with Marie Antoinette seems to be, genuinely, letting one have a dream of a real celebrity vacation. Since it is a dream, one will wake up someday, but memories of it will undoubtedly be left behind.
"Goodness gracious! As I expected, you’re looking quite pale. Your face has become pure white. Let’s take a break somewhere. Ok?"
"W-WhatーーーMy third stage Ascension is dangerous? Why would you say that?"
"Ah, Sanson. Hey, please look. Miss Scathach prepared a swimsuit for me… Huh? Sanson? Why aren’t you looking at me?"
"Come on, you should enjoy your vacation too! Hehehe. Look here, I chose some clothes and swimsuits that seems to suit you nicely. Oh! That’s right, it might also be a good idea to walk to the merchant shop and find something together!"
"Merci mille fois. For the first time in a while, I relish in the mood for a vacation."
A charismatic nature not for leadership, but to bring and attract to her the people in her surroundings at the sea. Due to a composite effect with the Beach Flower Skill, Marie is revered and protected as a princess of the beach simply by existing as usual.
… I want you to take a good look. Just now, those who protected Marie from the enemies did not consist of only a musician, an executioner and a knight of white lilies whom disguised their appearances and happened to pass by coincidentally…
Creation and Conception
Marie's concept is an "Idol Queen". An idol who flew down to 18th Century France. Or, a glass angel (as an embodiment and symbol of a pure and fleeting thing, and not as a religious motif).
Comment from Illustrator
"It was fun because I was able to even design 2 swimsuits and 3 kinds of one-pieces. At first, I was wandering off course, acting quite rashly and recklessly with something like deciding on a blue one-piece as I was too conscious about the resort feeling, but with Mr. Takeuchi’s safe words of advice, I did a white dress! I’m safe!! Given that the Noble Phantasm was already in the shape of a raid boss at the occasion of its ordering, I presented it to them in high spirits. I even extended her hair within the short moment when they weren’t looking…" (Swimsuit Ver.)
- Fate/Grand Order material I - Marie Antoinette, p.262-269, translated by Master of Chaos, You, RanonCap & mewarmo990 at Beast's Lair.
 Fate/Grand Order - Marie Antoinette (Rider) Profile [T]
Marie Antoinette - Rider
Voice Actor: Risa Taneda
Noble Phantasm: A+
Magic Resistance: C
Beautiful Voice of Fascination: C
Princess of Loveliness: A
Grace of God: B
Guillotine Breaker: Glory to the Crown of Lilies
Type: Anti-Army Noble Phantasm
A French queen whose genealogy is related to the House of Habsburg.
In the 18th Century, she was the queen of Louis XVI.
The existence that symbolizes the "rule of the nobility" of the European world.
In a plunging age where the absoluteness of the royalty was being lost, she lost her life to the changes of the world.
Level 1 Bond
Source: Historical fact
Alignment: Lawful Good Gender: Female
Loves baths. Similar to her mother, Maria Theresa, she also likes cleanliness.
Level 2 Bond
An image (idol) from birth.
Soothing the masses with a smile, earning adoration with a gaze.
Finding joy on the fact she was born as a image meant to be loved, she is set on conducting herself just as it is expected of her.
Such mentality is already close to some sort of goddess.
Level 3 Bond
- Grace of God: B
The greatest body and good looks, a Skill that denotes the "beauty of royalty".
- Princess of Loveliness: A
The charismatic nature to charm the people around. Just by existing, a knightly individual that protects her is pulled towards her.
Level 4 Bond
- Beautiful Voice of Fascination: C
At the same times that it is a mesmerizing-kind of Skill that charms people, it is also a declaration of exercise of power by the royalty.
For Marie, who has materialized as a symbolic existence, she can guide magical damage to the opponents of the royalty with just a single singing voice.
Level 5 Bond
Although a target of hatred by many people during the Age of Revolution, her reputation has been restored in modern France.
During famines, she reduced court expenses to make donations, demanded herself for the nobility to provide support to the people and such - it has thus being confirmed she was a woman that thought in the people.
There was a tragedy. Still--
She will never wish to the Holy Grail, for the erasure of the tragedy.
She will only fulfill her own role. In other words, radiance to the sky. Blessings to the earth.
--Happiness to the people.
マリー・アントワネット - ライダー
- Grace of God: B
- Fate/Grand Order - Do Moon Goddesses Dream of Dango?
- Fate/Grand Order - Salomon: The Grand Time Temple - Act 02: I / Blast Furnace Naberius
- Fate/Grand Order material IV - Marie Antoinette (Caster), p.184-195, translated by Clyon at Beast's Lair.
 Fate/Grand Order - Marie Antoinette (Caster) Profile [T]
Marie Antoinette - Caster
Illustrator and Voice actor
Voice Actor: Risa Taneda
Noble Phantasm: A+
Beach Flower: A+
Sunflower Sparkle: A
Princess of Loveliness (Sea): A
Territory Creation: A
Item Construction: D
Crystal Dress: The Lovable Brilliance, to Eternity
Type: Anti-Army/Anti-Masses Noble Phantasm
----twinkle-twinke, a queen consort that glitters on the beach.
Level 1 Bond
Source: Historical fact
Alignment: Lawful Good Gender: Female
She employs a beach ball during combat. Or rather, there is a possibility that Marie herself is simply playing around with a ball at the beach, without being aware of the combat.
Level 2 Bond
Regardless of being on a palace or on a beach, a queen consort is a queen consort. Still, maybe due being in somewhat high spirits, comparing from when she manifests as a Rider, the number of smiles has increased a very little bit than.
Level 3 Bond
- Princess of Loveliness (Sea): A
A charismatic nature in regards not to leadership, but the capacity to charm the people around her. By means of a composite effect with the Beach Flower Skill, Marie is revered and protected as a princess of the beach just by existing.
...please, take a good look. Those who protected Marie from the enemy just now were not just a musician, an executioner and a knight of white lilies under disguise that coincidentally passed by...
Level 4 Bond
Having manifested on a swimsuit, she is not concerned at all about the high-degree of exposure. Lovely, enjoyably and gorgeously, Marie Antoinette continues to glitter. Rather, due being too unaware about her own appearance, she may come out as rather bold in the eyes of others.
Level 5 Bond
"The Lovable Brilliance, to Eternity"
Rank: A Type: Anti-Army/Anti-Masses
An illusion that must have exited for sure in the ages of old--- covering her body with the brilliance of royal authority itself as a Noble Phantasm.
Take a look at Marie's brilliance, who made a serious effort as a flower of the beach, a flower of the sun. Super twinkle-twinkle, twinkle-twinkle, brilliant, glitter!
In these summer days, Marie Antoinette will probably show you the dream of a true, genuine, celebrity's vacation. Since this is a dream, you'll have to wake up eventually, but the memories will surely remain.
マリー・アントワネット - キャスター
- Princess of Loveliness (Sea): A