- 1 Profile
- 2 Role
- 3 Abilities
- 4 Development
- 5 References
Profile[edit | edit source]
Identity[edit | edit source]
She was a spy active in the underworld, and may as well have been the most wondrous individual among her kind. An exotic dancer, her legs continued to bewitch military officers until the day she was executed as a spy.
History[edit | edit source]
A woman spy who suddenly and roaringly made a name for herself during the period of the First World War, Mata Hari, also known by her real name as Margaretha Geertruida Zelle, was born in Leeuwarden, The Netherlands as the eldest daughter of a wealthy family. However, from the beginning of her life, Mata Hari stumbled into futile circumstances. Her father’s company went bankrupt, and he had repeatedly cheated on his wife. Due to the bankruptcy of her parents, her period of happiness has come to an end after being informed that her family is breaking up. Mata Hari’s mother fell ill with anxiety, and died when her daughter was 14 years old.
After her family’s dispersal, Mata Hari made an effort to study the practice of being a kindergarten teacher under the guidance of her guardian, but when the school’s principal performed a suggestive meddling love affair towards her, she was banished by her guardian. After that, she got married and later divorced. Mata Hari’s marriage failed because her husband was a violent, drunken adulterer. She later debuted as the dancer “Mata Hari” throughout Paris. Mata Hari is the sun, the name meaning "sunlight" in the Malay language, and she was seemingly named as such by her employer who was pleased with her exotic appearance.
Mata Hari shared the bed with a great number of men as a dancer as well as a prostitute. One of the customers was a foreigner who was visiting Paris, possibly being a high-ranked military officer and politician. Incidentally, it is believed that he secretly made her a spy. This young woman, who spent most of her youth abused by the greed of men, seems to have taken well to being a spy who was terribly skilled at enthralling them.
No clear evidence could be acquired regarding Mata Hari’s spying activities. She was executed as a double agent of both France and Germany at 41 years old. However, both French and German sides who unintentionally executed her did not believe her to be a spy that extracted a lot of important intelligence, and it was declared that she was treated at most as someone who sold secret information to some degree. Though at any rate, France took advantage of this situation to force all their military failures onto Mata Hari. They made her appear as a scapegoat for their unskillful military operations, the existence of Mata Hari carved into history as an accused spy for disclosing their intelligence information.
There are various episodes spoken of the time of her execution where Mata Hari claimed “no man could shoot me” as she became naked, her beauty causing those nearby to go mad. In order to protect themselves, the shooters blindfolded themselves, but this was expected to be an exaggeration.
Was Mata Hari truly a spy, or was she a common secret information broker? The legend of a beautiful woman trifled by fate has become known with her common stage name, her original name completely forgotten.
Appearance[edit | edit source]
Personality[edit | edit source]
Exceedingly cheerful and maternal. No matter how old one is, Mata Hari will treat one as a “child” if one is of the opposite sex. However, she herself shuns her fleeting fate of having no fortune. She likes noble people, be it men or even women. On the other hand, she dislikes people who use their political power as a shield, stemming from her past that involved such people.
Mata Hari is devoted to her Master... However, from her position's standpoint, it is easy for her Master to become a dangerous person (especially even more so if the Master is of the opposite sex).
If Mata Hari had a wish for the Holy Grail, it would probably be for a beloved partner and a happy household, or eternal youth. More than anyone, she knows how weak she is as a Heroic Spirit, and has given up on those wishes ever being granted.
Back in her life, Mata Hari states that each time she is embraced and each time she is kissed, the amount of beautiful things she owns grows and her amount of treasures also grows. Although they are necessary in order to live, they're things she has absolutely no need of, and they keep forever increasing. However, they are not the things she truly needs, and the true need of her's for a beloved partner and a happy household goes away each time this happens.
Relationships[edit | edit source]
From the standpoint of her nature, Mata Hari cannot have a particularly close relationship with another Servant, but she is relatively close with Boudica who arrived at an untimely death much like herself.
Quotes[edit | edit source]
“Ms. Mata Hari is good on the streets. So, let’s do that. Call me Mata Hari, Master.”
“Oh my, are you alright? Okay, tell me everything. I’ll be able to do it if I listen to your story.”
“Lend me your ear. I’ll secretly teach only you, dear...“
Role[edit | edit source]
Fate/Grand Order[edit | edit source]
Halloween Event: Singing Pumpkin Castle Adventure~[edit | edit source]
Summoned by Elizabeth Báthory using a fragment of the Grail found in Orleans, Mata Hari eventually meets Ritsuka's party at the gates of Elizabeth's castle. Welcoming them to the castle's Halloween party, she introduces herself, and prepares to perform her erotic dance. However, Kiyohime's rage at her doing so, makes her realize that the group would rather fight instead. After being defeated, Mata Hari tells them to enjoy the rest of the party before retreating.
Subspecies Singularity IV: Salem[edit | edit source]
Mata Hari is one of the Servants who accompany Ritsuka to Salem. With Mash tagging along, they rayshift to a forest outside of town. The group then observe a young girl directing other girls in a so-called magic ritual. Mata Hari, Robin Hood, and Charles-Henri Sanson try and fail to change into their spirit forms, as asked by Medea to prove their magecraft has weakened. An albino girl then appears. The group try to convince her what she heard was practice for their performance. The girl leaves though when Sanson speaks to her in a heavy accent, believing him to be a french soldier or fugitive. Mata Hari then notices wolves surrounding the girls. She and Mash get them to safety while the others slay the wolves. She, Ritsuka, Mash, and Robin are then introduced to Abigail Williams, the girl who was directing the ritual. They also meet her uncle, Randolph Carter. Grateful they saved his niece, he allows the group to stay at his house.
The next day, Mata Hari investigates the village while spreading word of their troupe. She confirms it is Salem as it was in 1692 like Abgail said last night. She noticed deviations from the proper history, such as the wharf. Another is that not all of the villagers are on the list of Salem's original residents. She and Robin later report their findings to the others. Sanson concludes Salem is a well-crafted fake like they suspected. He wonders if the Demon God swapped out modern Salem's citizens and buildings with those from the 17th century, and if the Singularity is on par with those from the Incineration of Humanity incident. Mata Hari points out though that this Salem has a total population of 17,000 at the most in contrast to modern Salem's 50,000. Medea then warns they can't stay at Carter's home, revealing it is subjected to something more powerful than they realize. The group then overhear Abigail trying to stop Carter from punishing Tituba for teaching her and the other girls the ritual from last night.
Mata Hari convinces Carter to ease Tituba's punishment. Afterwards, she spreads word of the troupe's upcoming performance accompanied by Sanson. The two eventually notice the ablino girl being accused of blasphemy. After Sanson has her accuser leaves, the girl introduces herself as Lavinia Whateley. She then says the townsfolk hate her family, and the troupe should stay away from her if they want their show to succeed. Mata Hari convinces her to see their performance from a private seating where no one can bother her. Lavinia agrees on the condition they don't tell Abigail that she was out in the forest last night. Otherwise, she'll tell everyone that the group used magecraft to kill the beasts last night. Mata Hari and Sanson agree they need to investigate the Whately family further.
Later that evening, the group peform a play at town hall depicting Queen of Sheba meeting Solomon. Mata Hari plays the part of Queen of Sheba. Afterwards, they find the townsfolk accusing Tituba of witchcraft because a charm she made was found under a villager's sick daughter's bed. Matthew Hopkins then arrives, saying he's been appointed Salem's head judge by order of the governor. He gives the Judge official document to confirm this. He then orders Tituba to be taken in custody for interrogation, with Carter accompanying.
The next day, Mata Hari and Sanson find signs of an underground workshop at the Whateley estate, having learned they're mages. However, they weren't able to go inside to determine if they are practicing mages or not. They also can't risk it without Ritsuka's permission. There is also the risk of running into a trap, even if they could change into their spirit forms.
The two later learn from Mash that Ritsuka accompanied Carter to the village, with Robin following to keep them safe. They wanted to determine to if the charm Tituba made is actually cursed or not. Medea reveals she finished turning the house into a magical workshop a moment ago. It was so they could contact Chaldea, and so the Servants can go into spirit form within the house and its grounds. Medea decides they need proof that Salem is the heretical version of history. In order to observe it properly, she built the workshop to isolate herself from outside interference. Mash guesses heretical history means Salem is actually a separate dimension made from magecraft, rather than its past being displaced. Medea agrees, but she isn't able to determine the source yet. If it is magecraft, then there should someone in Salem whose soul that can never fulfilled, and a will to bring about this curse. She believes doing so will lead them to the Demon God. Mata Hari and Sanson report their findings regarding the Whateleys. She is concerned about what the villagers will do to the family if they discover they're mages. The group cease their conversation when Abigail appears.
Ritsuka and Robin soon return, while Carter and Abigail go to speak with the Reverend. Robin tells the others about their meeting with Hopkins, revealing Tituba is being kept in a filthy underground prison. Sanson then reveals Hopkins should be dead if the date is correct, as he died in 1647. He also warns they have three days at least before Tituba is hanged as a witch. Medea decides she needs to examine the charm herself. She then asks the others to describe Tituba. However, they're unable to recall anything beyond her skin color. Mash assumes something is interfering with their awareness and memories. Medea confirms the workshop will prevent that interference, believing such interference requires a Divine Spirit. She says Tituba has been hiding her true appearance, and assumes she has a connection to the Demon God. She decides she needs to examine Tituba directly, but Ritsuka asks about contacting Chaldea first. She replies there is only a fifty-fifty chance of it working right now. The group agree to focus on contacting with Chaldea, given the circumstances. Ritsuka, Mash, Medea, and Sanson decide to visit Hopkins, while the others investigate the Whateley estate.
Later that night at town hall, Robin, Mata Hari, and Nezha learn from the others that Hopkins wants them to perform a play to clear their names. But instead of performing his request of a play about Jeanne d'Arc being burned at the stake, they perform a play that Andersen wrote about her and her other selves. Afterwards though, they find that Tituba and others were hanged while they were performing. Mata Hari deduces Hopkins only wanted them not to interfere with the execution. Hopkins permits the group to be jurors while they're in Salem.
Medea reveals what's cutting off their communications is related to what's interfering with their senses. She explains the reason they can't go into spirit forms is because they're bound by physical law while in spirit form. They can't contact Chaldea because their magical energy is flowing in one direction. It is also why they're weaker than normal. It also means dying in Salem will cause their Spirit Origins to disappear. Sanson wonders if they're the only ones in irregular spirit form, referring to the villagers. "Medea" guesses a mage from the Whately family may know something. Robin then demands "Medea" to reveal her true identity. He, Mata Hari, and Sanson have been suspicious of her for some time. Robin requests Ritsuka to use a Command Spell on her to see if she is a Chaldean Servant. However, Carter and Abigail return from burying Tituba. Robin and Nezha then sense something outside approaching from a distance. While Mash, "Medea", and Carter stay, the others go outside.
The group find the executed have been risen from dead. They defeated them, but the dead villagers display consciousness before disintegrating. Mata Hari is waried that Sanson is guilt ridden about what happened, thinking they killed living people. The group then head back to the house after hearing gunshots from there. They find the risen Tituba and destroy her. Afterwards, they notice Absalom Whateley, head of the Whateleys, and Lavinia's grandfather. They also meet Circe. They learn she is a Masterless Servant accidentally summoned with Da Vinci's summoning experiments. She tried to escape Chaldea until discovering it's in the Arctic. She then joined the rayshift to Salem, sensing she was being guided there. She revealed Tituba is a Servant, and "Titbuba" isn't her True Name. She confessed she was jamming comms with Chaldea, rather than trying to fix them, so her true identity wouldn't be revealed. She stopped jamming after learning Salem is cut off from everywhere. She then forged a temporary contract with Ritsuka.
The next day, the group are requested by the Reverend to put on a play for the children. After Nezha leaves, the group discuss the ghouls that attacked last night. Later that evening, the group (except Sanson) perform a play for the children.
Afterwards at Carter's home, they learn from Sanson that Lavinia Whateley's father and grandfather, Noah and Absalom Whateley, were hanged. The accused were hanged nearly the moment he finished rebuilding the gallows. He suspects it was a warning from Hopkins to not interfere. The village is then attacked by ghouls, but they're coming from the graveyard this time. The group split up to deal with them.
The next morning, Mata Hari investigates last night's attacks. She found a four villagers died fighting the ghouls. However, they can't be buried since the ghouls rose from the town graveyard. Mata Hari eventually convinced the villagers to keep their dead in the Reverend's basement. She later tells the other about all this. Circe reveals that comms with Chaldea have been restored. However, they aren't receiving audio from Leonardo da Vinci and Medea, so Ritsuka has to read their lips. Da Vinci reveals Sheba had something to do with Circe's accidental summoning. It also started to go berserk before comms were established. It could shut down, damage the system, or cause problems with the return rayshift. Da Vinci then reveals the group's memories were falsified upon entering Salem. They're unable to connect their memories of past events with the information they're currently receiving. The conditions induces visual and auditory hallucinations. After comms are cut, Ritsuka, Mata Hari, and Sanson go out to find Mash and Abigail, who went shopping earlier.
Arriving at the general store, the trio hear the villagers there blaming them for the recent incidents. Abigail tells them that Mash headed to the village outskirts with Carter. Mata Hari is confronted Bill Osborne, a villager who later accuses her of being a witch.
That evening, she is given fake death medicine by Circe, which she drinks. She is then tried and sentenced to hang. She accepts her punishment, believing her life is a small price to pay to save the live of modern Salem. She then silently tells Ritsuka something, but they're unable to tell what she's saying. At the gallows, she silently tells the others to trust Circe. She is then hanged with the other accused. She survives thanks to her cushioning her neck, and Circe keeping the blood flowing in her head. Her body is carried away by Robin as he and others (except Sanson) retreat from the ghouls.
She reveals her survival at Queen of Sheba (formely Tituba)'s campsite, where the group also reunite with Mash. Circe also explains there is a will controlling the Witch Trials. If Mata Hari left without atoning for her sin or facing justice, it is assumed the others wouldn't have reunited with Mash.
Mash reveals time in Salem is speeding up. It's impossible to tell in Salem, but it's obvious when observed from within the campsite's Bounded Field. This distortion in the time stream near Salem's perimeter is why Robin lost track of Mash and Carter. The Queen of Sheba saved Mash from a pack of ghouls when she lost after getting separated from Carter. Circe theorizes Salem is displaced by connecting to another in a different time flow, so less energy is used. The Queen of Sheba reveals someone summoned her, but she became trapped in Salem and forced into the role of Tituba. After dying as Tituba, she became a ghoul that the others destroyed. She wouldn't have stayed materialized if Ritsuka didn't temporarily contract with her. Mash wonders if the one who summoned the Queen of Sheba, and the one gave her the role of Tituba are different people. The Queen of Sheba reveals she was manipulating into truly believing she was Tituba. Circe realizes communications with Chaldea were restored once Tituba died.
As they're supposed to be dead, Mata Hari and the Queen of Sheba stay at the campsite while the others return to town. Mata Hari also stayed to gain the Queen of Sheba's insight on the Demon God and his plans for Salem. She surmises from the fact that she arrived to save Mash and the others just when they were being attacked by ghouls that the Queen of Sheba can see the future. The Queen of Sheba confesses she didn't tell the truth of Salem because sharing such information is dangerous for her. She then decides to tell the truth in exchange for Mata Hari recalling her memories of Romani Archaman.
When the others return, Mash reveals most of the villager's names, including Carter's, aren't on the list of Salem residents. The group realize they need to keep an eye on Abigail due to her connections to the Witch Trials. Nezha then senses evil in the village, so the group rush over there. After the monsters are destroyed, Carter invites the group to stay at a vacant house. He then leaves to get Abigail.
The next day, Mata Hari discovers there were two hangings; one last night, another at dawn. The condemned were the rioters who burned Carter's house down, and the sailors who fought the monsters. She tells Robin this, and her suggestion they assassinate Carter as a possible way to get out of Salem. The next morning, she arrives in town disguised as Medea thanks to the Queen of Sheba lending some of her power. She warns the village is in utter chaos thanks to the blackened sky, the well being full of tar, and swarms of birds and insects.
At the town hall, the group watch the trial for Sanson's trial for defending Lavinia after she killed Hopkins. He admits to the charges, and he is sentenced to hang. Mata Hari reminds Ritsuka that since he's incarnated, Sanson will die when he's hanged, and their contract with him will end. Ritsuka tries to use a Command Spell to save him. Robin stops them however, having realized Sanson is sacrificing himself so the others aren't implicated. After Sanson is hanged, Abigail confesses she conducted dark rituals in the woods that she directed the other girls in. Nezha protects her from the villagers's stoning. However, Abigail suddenly transforms into a true witch, forcing the group to stop her. She returns to normal and falls unconscious. She, Circe, and Ritsuka are then taken into custody.
Later, Ritsuka and Circe's trial begins. Mata Hari and Nezha notice there are ghouls amongst the villagers, including the one they already destroyed. Mata Hari suspects they're like Tituba, and they keep reviving as long as their role remains. She and Nezha are relieved that Sanson isn't a ghoul.
Preventing Abigail from disrupting the proceedings, Carter (whose been revealed to be the Demon God) reveals he created the first Salem with the goal of recreating it in historically accurate detail. However, it diverged from the start of its creation; the outcome of identical situations differed in many ways. The only remaining constant was Abigail was always at the center. She was apparently responsible for her parents' deaths, which is when she met "Carter". He inadvertently allowed Chaldea enter the second Salem when SHEBA detected him and alerted Chadea. It then overloaded the Fate System and used itself as catalyst to summon the Queen of Sheba into Salem. By that point, the Singularity consumed the magical energy of 50,000 people within, and it was proceeding at 105,000 times normal speed. The Queen of Sheba slowed down it, but it exhausted her and reduced her powers. By the fifth Salem, "Carter" began to run out of time and magical energy. He then invited Lavinia and her family at Abigail's request for a friend. Lavinia then enters and splashes "Carter" with the Powder of Ibn-Ghazi, designed to make spirits materialize. "Carter"'s head then transforms into that of a raven. This disables the town hall's bounded field, allowing the Queen of Sheba to enter in her true form. She reveals the Demon God is Raum. The villagers then turn into ghouls, having been so the entire time. Raum reveals Abigail summoned those who participated in the Witch Trials into Salem. Abigail transforms upon seeing the Queen of Sheba. As the group hold Abigail off, Lavinia reveals Sut-Typhon is about to descend. Raum transforms into his true self. Due to Sut-Typhon's impending descension, Salem's Bounded Field rapidly dissipates, and magical energy is being rapidly consumed across the continent, primarily in heavily populated areas. As the phenenom threatens the basis of magecraft, Chaldea will seal Salem from the outside with multiple bounded fields. If the group fail to resolve the situation with the limited time they have, Chaldea will destroy everything there. The group then fight and defeat Raum.
Raum transforms back into his raven-headed Carter self. His head tears itself off, transforming into a full raven. He mortally wounds Lavinia, and Robin fatally shoots him. He warns dimensional gates are already open everywhere. Abigail then crushes him under her heel. With the last of her humanity gone, she is now possessed by Sut-Typhon. The group fight her to stop her plan to connect everyone to each other and her so she can bring eternal pain to them. The Queen of Sheba reveals Abigail is a Servant, albeit one who controls Salem's magical energy. Abigail then breaks through the bounded fields that were keeping her from the rest of the world, effectively giving her an unlimited source of magical energy. The Queen of Sheba realizes Abigail isn't using the gates to their fullest potential, as she isn't to fully fused with Sut-Typhon. She and Circe then create a barrier inside the town hall, dispelling the spell that weakened the group. With their full power restored, they fight Abigail again. After she is defeated, Abigail is disconnected from Sut-Typhon. She shares some words with Lavinia before the latter dies.
The next day, the group help Abigail bury Lavinia. The Mist surrounding Salem is also dissipating. Mata Hari deduces Raum used Abigail as the core of his fake Salem. The Queen of Sheba reveals the people of modern Salem are weakened, but they'll return to normal once they cross the Mist. Circe reveals Abigail will disappear with the fake Salem as she is a Pseudo-Servant created within it. Carter then appears, though he introduces himself as the "Gentleman Who Travels Through Time and Space". He explains that while he was dealing with another threat through his sleep, Raum possessed his body. He assumes it was done to ensure no one could infiltrate Salem due his deep connection to the land. He then reveals he came to Salem because of Abigail. The fake Salem then begins to crumble, so the group head to the town center where they'll have more time. There the Gentleman tells Abigail she is a living Sliver Key; she can open gates across space and time, and travel between them freely. He offers to seal her powers away, erase some of her memories, and take her to any period she desires. He also offers to let her come with him, and travel across space and time. After much consideration, Abigail chooses to travel with him. After they leave, Circe and the Queen of Sheba disappear. The group then return to Chaldea.
Tokugawa Restoration Labyrinth: Ooku[edit | edit source]
Mata Hari is among the Chaldean Servants reverse-summoned by Kama to the Ooku, although she is not turned into materials for the labyrinth. Instead, she and Scheherazade are brainwashed to be assistants on the third floor, meant to tempt any wanderer to partake in alcohol. They succeed with Goredolf Musik, but fail later with Ritsuka Fujimaru and their entourage, who manage to knock them out before undo the brainwashing. Once back to their senses, Mata Hari and Scheherazade resolve to assist their Master in rescuing everyone trapped in the labyrinth.
As the group realizes that Ritsuka is required to partake in alcohol to progress through the floor, Mata Hari decides to try using her Noble Phantasm to fool her Master's mind into thinking she is intoxicated, hoping to bypass the need to actually drink. It appears to work, and she immediately cancels her Noble Phantasm before they proceed to the next floor.
Interlude[edit | edit source]
In her interlude Meltdown Lover, Mata Hari accompanies Ritsuka and Mash on an investigation, which Mash has her lead. She has Ritsuka and Mash tail her when she goes to a tavern to talk with a man, and the pair waits outside the tavern until nightfall as Mata Hari instructed. Later that evening, she asks for the soldiers that have been following the man to come out. Revealing themselves, the soldiers attack, but Mata Hari and Mash defeat them. Afterwards, she gets one of the soldiers to reveal that golems guard the castle gate. After destroying the golems, the group confront the king of France, but he is revealed to be possessed and attacks the group when Mash tries to speak to him. After freeing the king of his possession, Mata Hari gets him to tell her everything he knows. With the investigation complete, Mash thanks her for her help.
Fate/Grand Order Arcade[edit | edit source]
Lost Jerusalem: Knight Order's Esteemed Expedition[edit | edit source]
Abilities[edit | edit source]
Skills[edit | edit source]
Class Skills[edit | edit source]
Personal Skills[edit | edit source]
- Espionage (A++ Rank): This Skill does not conceal one’s presence, but rather makes their very presence not feel like that of an opponent’s. It causes misunderstandings such as one being a familiar neighbor, a harmless pebble, a beloved person, and so forth. Since it is ranked A++, as long as there is no indictment from her ally faction, it is impossible to perceive any hostility from her. However, the moment she starts to attack directly, this Skill loses its effects.
- Pheromone (B Rank): Pheromone is the general term for substances secreted/ejected from the insides of an animal’s body, and they cause an effect on the behavior and physiological state of another specimen of the same race. Without even passing through as a beautiful courtesan, she can dissolve the wariness of men and women alike, and as long as she does not make a mistake in the approach of her conversations, she can probably even obtain information from the innermost circles.
- Double Cross (B Rank): No information available.
Noble Phantasm[edit | edit source]
Development[edit | edit source]
Creation and Conception[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
 Fate/Grand Order - Mata Hari (Assassin) Profile [T]
Mata Hari - Assassin
Illustrator and Voice actor
Illustrator: Hirokazu Koyama
Voice Actor: Risa Taneda
Noble Phantasm: A+
Information Gathering A++
Mata Hari: Woman With the Eye of the Day
Type: Anti-Army Noble Phantasm
A female spy who operated in the shadows of the world, Mata Hari may well have been the most wondrous individual among her kind. Until she was executed for espionage while posing as an exotic dancer, she enthralled military officers with her alluring figure.
Level 1 Bond
Height/Weight: 165 cm / 49 kg
Region: France, Germany
Alignment: Chaotic Neutral Gender: Female
Her real name is Margaretha Geertruida Zelle.
Level 2 Bond
From the beginning of her life, Mata Hari stumbled into futile circumstances.
Her father’s company went bankrupt, and repeatedly cheated on his wife. Mata Hari’s mother fell ill with anxiety, and died when her daughter was 14 years old.
Level 3 Bond
Mata Hari’s marriage failed because her husband was a violent, drunken adulterer. This young woman, who spent most of her youth abused by the greed of men, seems to have taken well to being a spy who was terribly skilled at enthralling them… even if execution was all that awaited her in the end.
Level 4 Bond
This skill does not conceal one’s presence, but rather makes one presence fail to register as hostile. At rank A++, as long as the user is not outed by her allies, it is impossible to to discern any hostility from the user.
Level 5 Bond
Woman With the Eye of the Day
Rank: A Type: Anti-army Noble Phantasm
A brainwashing Noble Phantasm that is the manifestation of her legend. With a bewitching dance, the targets’ thought patterns are confused and they are made into puppets. It is even applicable against Servants without any mental resistance skills.
If Mata Hari had a wish for the Holy Grail, it would probably be for a beloved partner and a happy household. More than anyone, she knows how weak she is as a Heroic Spirit, and has given up on that wish ever being granted.
マタ・ハリ - アサシン
- Fate/Grand Order material II - Mata Hari, p.056-065
- Fate/Grand Order - Mata Hari's My Room Lines
- Fate/Grand Order - Mata Hari's Bond Craft Essence: Priceless Jewels
- Fate/Grand Order: Epic of Remnant - Salem: The Forbidden Advent Garden, Section 1: Before Dawn
- Fate/Grand Order: Epic of Remnant - Salem: The Forbidden Advent Garden, Section 2: First Knot
- Fate/Grand Order: Epic of Remnant - Salem: The Forbidden Advent Garden, Section 3: Second Knot
- Fate/Grand Order: Epic of Remnant - Salem: The Forbidden Advent Garden, Section 4: Third Knot
- Fate/Grand Order: Epic of Remnant - Salem: The Forbidden Advent Garden, Section 5: Fourth Knot
- Fate/Grand Order: Epic of Remnant - Salem: The Forbidden Advent Garden, Section 6: Fifth Knot
- Fate/Grand Order: Epic of Remnant - Salem: The Forbidden Advent Garden, Section 7: Sixth Knot
- Fate/Grand Order: Epic of Remnant - Salem: The Forbidden Advent Garden, Section 8: Final Knot
- Fate/Grand Order: Epic of Remnant - Salem: The Forbidden Advent Garden, Epilogue: Salem
- Fate/Grand Order: Epic of Remnant - Salem: Section 4 Third Knot