« Eh? You hear a weird voice from time to time? Huh, I wonder what that could be? Orion's got no idea~☆ »
While the True Name of the Saint Graph is Orion, the lynchpin of the Servant is actually the goddess Artemis (アルテミス, Arutemisu?) who interrupted the summon and manifested utilizing Orion's Saint Graph. The initial profile, initially written in first person by Artemis, pretends to be just Orion while saying that she doesn't know the origin of the weird voice that can sometimes be heard around her. She is later revealed to be Artemis the Moon Goddess and Goddess of the Hunt of Greek Mythology, and that weird voice is the actual Orion in the form of a small bear.
This time, sensing the crisis that would result in the usual Holy Grail Wars to be held for the restoration of the Human Order, Artemis accomplished the materialization of her form by thrusting herself into Orion's summoning... Although, that is just half the reason. The other remaining half is the opportunity to express her feelings bravely, said to be her making out with Orion to her heart's content.
... Wait, bravely?
- Main article: Artemis
- Main article: Super Orion
Instead of taking form of a man, Orion appears as a small brown bear with black eyes (which turns red when he's angry) wearing an outfit resembles the one worn by cavemen and wields a small club as a weapon. To make matters worse, Orion completely changed into a strange creature (mascot character) that cannot be defined as neither a person nor a beast.
Artemis basically takes up a neutral position towards the Master. However, because she is a goddess, no matter how great the Master is, she always take up a higher position in their relationship standing. Orion's role is to pacify Artemis and the Master. Fundamentally, Orion has no power, so he tries to curry favor with the Master.
- A heroine that believed in Artemis. "All right, I'll give you full of blessings! But nowadays, I feel you did something far away from my eyes."
- "Altera, is it that Altera? If so, then she is our natural enemyyyy!... Eh? She's different? She is different from the Altera of that time? Excavated from ruins? What, I-I don't understand it at alllll!"
Artemis was summoned while having Orion as an accessory. To make a correction however, that is the opposite. Upon summoning Orion, a hero of Greek Mythology, for some reason, the goddess Artemis also came along. Harboring uneasiness towards the abnormality of the present situation, Artemis trespassed by wedging herself into Orion's summoning. She is fulfilling the role of an Archer-class Servant.
Do Moon Goddesses Dream of Dango?
Orion and Artemis are first encountered by Ritsuka and Mash while they're fighting a pack of werewolves after the Chaldea pair arrive in the Singularity. Accepting Ritsuka and Mash's offer of aid, Artemis defeats the werewolves with their help. After defeating the werewolves, Artemis introduces herself Orion to the Chaldea pair, and says she came to repair her reputation by correcting the Singularity. Artemis is then asked by Mash if she saw any suspcious people, who have stolen Chaldea's provisions. She answers that she had seen three people running carrying something strange, which had food falling out all over the place. After accepting her offer to help them, Artemis and the others set out get back the dumplings.
The group soon come upon Marie Antoinette, d'Eon, and Sanson in a forest, eating dumplings around a campfire. However, the group's presence is soon sensed by d'Eon and Sanson, which results in a fight when Mash demands the dumplings back. After defeating the French Servants, Mash prepares to interrogate them, but Artemis senses a presence similar to that of Orion's. Mozart then reveals to the relief of the French Servants and goes to fight the group with d'Eon and Sanson. After defeating them, Marie returns the dumplings to the group, but reveals that she gave a trio they met earlier three tons worth of dumplings as a sign of friendship. After hearing that the trio was going to pray near the waters of Marseille, the group set out set out once again to get back the dumplings.
Later, the group come upon Martha, Georgios, and Sasaki Kojirou eating dumplings around a campfire at the shoreline. Georgios returns the dumplings after hearing they were originally stolen from Chaldea, but a fight ensues when Artemis reveals that Martha, Georgios, and Sasaki all still have dumplings hidden on their person. The group is able to defeat them, however Artemis points that Martha is trying to escape on Tarasque. But before she escaped, Martha reveals to the group that her group gave half of their dumplings to a fat man in the wasteland.
The group later come upon Gaius Julius Caesar and Caligula eating dumplings, but a fight ensues when Mash tries to get the dumplings back. After defeating the Roman emperors, Mash tries to take the the bag of dumplings back to Chaldea, but Artemis senses that someone is eating them in the bag. Then, to Artemis's shock, Altera comes out of the bag, and Artemis warns Ritsuka and Mash of Altera's destructive tendencies before they fight her. After defeating Altera with the help of Artemis and Julius Casesar, Ritsuka and Mash are rayshifted back to Chaldea with the dumplings.
However, Artemis transports Ritsuka and Mash back to the Singularity, where she reveals that she broke into Chaldea. However, the traps on Chaldea's food storage kept her out of it, so she ended transporting the entire storage to the Singularity. She then continues to reveal that she attempted to retrieve them, but Marie got to them first before finally meeting Ritsuka and Mash. Artemis then reveals that she wanted the dumplings because they're an offering to the moon, and states that Chaldea's dumplings had awoken her. However, her magical energy was too weak, and so she set out with the group to get the rare dumplings in order to restore her strength. Happy that she is able finally able fight with them, Artemis reveal herself to not be Orion but the Moon Goddess before fighting the group to test both of their skills. After she is defeated by the group, Artemis disappears saying that they will meet again.
Third Singularity: Okeanos
Sensing Orion would be summoned, Artemis lowered her divinity to make herself his substitute out of concern. This however resulted in Orion becoming a little bear creature. Not knowing why they summoned, the couple traveled from island to island in search of information. Before Chaldea’s arrival, they’ve searched two islands to no avail.
Artemis makes what she calls a boxed lunch for Orion. He refuses to call it such since it's just grilled meat topped with plucked seaweed. He then senses a Servant nearby, not caring if they're friend or foe if she's cute. After scrapping him against a tree in response, Artemis realizes having a Servant nearby is perfect since they need more information. She then swings Orion around after he said he didn't meet any other girls on the previous islands. Her hand slips though, accidentally sending Orion off in some direction.
She eventually finds him with Ritsuka, Mash, and Francis Drake. She immediately accuses him of cheating and promptly punishes him. She yells at Mash not to interfere in their lover's quarrel, but she calms down when Ritsuka talks to her. After the situation is explained, Artemis is disappointed she and Orion won't be able to live together forever on the island if the era is destroyed. The couple then agree to help the group. Artemis introduces themselves to the group's shocked disbelief. They then help the group find the wyvern scales so they can get the necessary number of scales needed to fix the Golden Hind. They eventually retrieve scales and return to the ship.
After repairing the ship and equipping it with a ram, the group set sail. As they to enter unknown waters, the group discuss on how to deal with the Queen Anne’s Revenge. Drake suggests ramming them while Euryale suggests assaulting them with arrows. Artemis suggests someone can board the ship and cause chaos before the ships collide. She reveals that since she was technically summoned as Orion, she can use his power of walking on water, as he is Poseidon’s son. The group eventually confronts Blackbeard’s ship and execute their strategy. Artemis boards his ship and fights the crew while Orion sabotages their ammo supply. They return to Drake’s ship before Blackbeard’s ammo supply explodes. When Hector escapes with Eurayle and the Grail after betraying Blackbeard, Orion tells Artemis not to chase him since they're both Servants now. He believes she could defeat him in her true body, but not now with his power as her base.
As they pursue Hector, the group discuss his plans for Euryale and the Grail when they encounter a storm. Using its tailwind, they eventually catch up to Hector. Orion tries to stop Asterios from immediately attacking, as he'd only be a target for Hector's spear. He lets him go though after realizing he can't stop him. Hector eventually boards another ship, leaving Euryale behind. Artemis recognizes it as the Argo. Jason demands the group hand over Euryale to him, otherwise he’ll send Heracles to attack them. They refuse, so he sends both Medea and Heracles to kill them and steal Euryale. Medea sends waves of Dragon Tooth Warriors to attack the group. Artemis recognizes them as being Hekate‘s specialty. Medea soon switches out with Heracles after finding her own combat skills subpar. The group cannot defeat him however because of his Noble Phantasm, God Hand. He suddenly attacks Euryale, whose death would foil Jason’s plan, but Asterios protects her. As this is happening, Jason orders Medea to retrieve Euryale, but Drake and Mash protect her. Hector then unleashes Durindana Pilum, impaling both Asterios and Heracles. Orion yells at Euryale to understand Asterios’ feelings when he prepares to sacrifice himself. The group then escape after Asterios plunges himself into the ocean with Heracles.
After retreating, the group discusses the Ark that Jason mentioned earlier. Orion wonders how Jason will the Ark, to which Romani Archaman exclaims he doesn’t know. Artemis yells at him to be useful since he isn’t fighting on the front lines. Romani explains he doesn’t understand the concept of using the Ark. He compares it to Pandora’s Box, explaining the divine punishment released by its opening would destroy the surrounding area. Despite that, the group go to find the Ark before Jason.
After three islands turn out to be duds, Orion finds it strange Medea is younger, even though she should be an adult as a Servant. He recalls her killing Jason’s wife and children in revenge for him betraying her. Therefore, they should have killed each other the moment she was summoned. Artemis responds that at least Orion only flirts with other goddesses and other men’s wives. Then, as the group continue their search, Orion is shot by an arrow. Artemis removes it from his head and finds it has a message from someone she knows. The group land on a nearby island to meet the letter’s sender. Orion is concerned though, since Artemis is the goddess of virginity. Artemis replies she runs daily simulations of when she loses her virginity. Orion interrupts her fantasies so she can fight the nearby enemies. Afterwards, the sender, Atalanta shows herself to the group after Ritsuka declares they’re friend. Artemis shocks her with her true personality as a hopeless romantic. Atalanta reveals the Ark is a Noble Phantasm and its owner was the first Servant summoned in the Singularity. The owner of the Ark, David, then arrives.
David reveals the Ark kills any who touch it. He and Atalanta explain the circumstance of how they met and why Jason seeks the Ark. He reveals that if Euryale, a Divine Spirit, were to be sacrificed to the Ark within the circumstances of the Singularity, it would destroy the era. After questioning Jason’s reasons, the group discuss how to defeat Heracles. David suggests they trick Heracles into touching the Ark to will destroy him. The issue with that plan however is that even a Berserker would avoid touching such a dangerous Noble Phantasm. Since it would be disadvantageous to fight all three, Mash suggests they lure Heracles away from Hector and Medea. Orion suggests they hold up somewhere, but Atalanta says no structure on the island could withstand Heracles. Ritsuka then gives their plan on how to defeat Heracles. Artemis questions if Heracles will go straight for Euryale, but Orion recalls him being dead set on her. He is also concerned for Mash, believing she should make the final decision to go through with the plan. Despite the risks though, everyone agrees to Ritsuka’s plan.
Following Ritsuka’s plan, the allied Archers launch their Noble Phantasms at Jason, who had just arrived at the island. Like they expected, Heracles goes after Euryale instead of killing the Archers like Jason ordered. The group eventually lure him to the Ark, but he keeps his distance from it. They push him into the Ark after defeating him in battle, draining him of his magical energy unto his death. With Heracles now gone, the group goes after Jason.
As the group chase after Jason, the allied Archers fire upon the Argon while Drakes unleashes cannon fire. When they finally catch up with him, Jason uses the Grail to summon a Shadow Servant to attack them. After it is defeated, they defeat Hector, who is finished by Euryale. David then tells Jason the truth about sacrificing a god to the Ark. Medea confesses her deception to a confused Jason and uses the Grail to incarnate him into Forneus, claiming it as her way of protecting him. While the others are doubtful of their victory, Drake inspires them to fight while commanding her crew to hide in the cabins.
After Jason and Medea disappear, Chaldea’s allies disappear with the Singularity now resolved. Artemis elated to be able to finally go home. Orion wishes to meet Ritsuka and Mash in a different form. He asks Mash for goodbye kiss, but she silently rejects him. He and Artemis then disappear while he apologizes to her for not asking for a goodbye kiss.
Final Singularity: Solomon
Artemis and Orion are amongst the "Okeanos" Singularity Servants to aid Chaldea against the Demon Gods Pillar. Orion complains to Artemis that his appearance doesn't look impressive and hopes to have his original form back.
Summer Event: Dead Heat Summer Race!
Artemis presides over the fourth area in Ishtar's race, a valley with breast-shaped hilled named after her. Inexplicitly there are several fake Orions. Artemis makes copies of herself to try and get back the real Orion back, but the Orions are too fast.
When the racers try to pass through the valley, Artemis and her copies stop them with a volley of arrows. She warns them they cannot go through as they please. But she will allow them to pass if they find the real Orion among his fakes and return him to her. Artoria Alter and Nero Claudius ignore her and try to pass through, but the Artemises shoot them, causing their vehicle to crash into a hill. Oda Nobunaga and Mysterious Heroine X immediately try to do the same as Artoria Alter and Nero, only to be met with the consequences.
Minamato-no-Raikou, seeing the Orions' shameless flirtations, considers it the worst indecency she's seen so far. She understands the Orions are at fault and removes her uniform to expose the bikini underneath. Sensing a new set of large breasts, the Orions start fluttering toward Raikou. Some flutter toward Xuanzang Sanzang for the same reason, though she thinks it's because of her virtue. Eventually, the team captures all the Orions and tries bringing them to Artemis. But the Artemises attack them for treating her darlings harshly. Raikou and Sanzang defeat them, leaving only one. Orion, now terrified of Raikou, jumps into the arms of Artemis, who's overjoyed that he's the real one. Raikou hears Orion admit he had gotten bored of Artemis's chest and gets upset at the thought of either Ritsuka or Kintoki telling her that they're bored of her. She, therefore, threatens to punish Orion more. Sanzang then gives the head Sun Wukong wore to Artemis to put on Orion, even teaching her the words that make it painfully tighten.
After Raikou and Sanzang leave, Artemis wonders if she should have warned them about the purpose of the textures they're unknowingly placing and Medb's anger toward them for it.
Archer is powerful enough to bend space to change the order of cause and effect to change the possibility of "one day, the Heroic Spirit will form a contract" to the result of "a contract has already been formed", allowing her to summon herself to the dango festival before Ritsuka Fujimaru formally contracts with her.
Artemis' skill with archery is on a level that despite not barring the proper posture and stance of an archer, none of her shots ever miss.
In this form, Orion has no power and is fundamentally useless. However, being the son of Poseidon, he can still walk on water.
- Independent Action (A+ Rank): The ability to be able to act even with the absence of one’s Master. However, Orion absolutely cannot do any action without Artemis.
- Magic Resistance (D Rank): Nullifies Magecraft spells that were done in one step (a Single Action). A Magical Resistance of the same degree as an amulet that rejects Magical Energy.
- Affection of the Goddess (EX Rank): From the way it seems, because she likes Orion so much, Artemis allowed her status as a Divine Spirit to decline to the Heroic Spirit rank so that she could be summoned with the former. As Orion’s proxy, Artemis is using his Skills to fight. As compensation however, Artemis can only exercise power as a normal Servant.
- Wedge for the Capricious (A+ Rank): Originally, it is a Skill to shackle Orion with Artemis’ excessive love, but it acquired an increased level of offensive power towards males as a side-effect. According to the claims of a red bowman————“She claims that the effect is more powerful if they’re prone to adultery, but that’s probably her assumption.”
- Mind's Eye (Fake) (B- Rank): Danger avoidance according to one’s intuition/sixth sense. Since this is originally Orion’s own Skill, it is Ranked-Down, albeit slightly. Because Orion was a hunter blessed with the utmost talent, he would yawn carefreely, no matter what kind of predicament he was in too.
Creation and Conception
- Fate/Grand Order material II - Orion, p.192-201 translated by Kinalvin
 Fate/Grand Order - Orion (Archer) Profile [T]
Orion - Archer
Illustrator and Voice actor
Voice Actor: Nobutoshi Canna & Miyuki Sawashiro
Noble Phantasm: A+
Affections of the Goddess: EX
Whimsical Bond: A+
Eye of the Mind (False): B-
Magic Resistance D
Independent Action A+
Tri-star Amore Mio: Love-Arrow Passion-Arrow of the Moon Goddess
Type: Anti-Unit Noble Phantasm
Before Third Singularity:
A loving maiden on a stroll in her quest for dango.
Her true identity won't be revealed until the Third Singularity.
Eh? You hear a weird voice from time to time?
Huh, I wonder what that could be?
Orion's got no idea~☆
After Third Singularity:
Artemis was summoned while having Orion as an accessory.
Correction, is the opposite. Upon summoning Orion, a hero of Greek Mythology, for some reason the goddess Artemis also came along.
To make matters worse, Orion completely changed into a strange creature (mascot character) that cannot be defined as neither a person nor a beast.
Level 1 Bond
Before Third Singularity:
Height/Weight: 166 cm / 44 kg
Source: Greek mythology
Alignment: Chaotic Neutral Gender: Female
Bust size doesn't affect her bow fire.
After Third Singularity:
Source: Greek Mythology
Alignment: Chaotic Neutral Gender: Male・Female
The height and weight belong to Artemis.
Level 2 Bond
Before Third Singularity:
Orion is famed as the hunter that represents the winter constellation, and he's just the most perfect, eloquent, and handsome man around. He even put an arrow through that goddess Artemis' heart.
After Third Singularity:
Famous as a winter representative constellation, but other than being a notorious hunter and lady-killer, it is not like a brilliant heroic tale about Orion is being transmitted.
However, he is well known as the human for whom the virgin goddess Artemis fell in love with.
Level 3 Bond
Before Third Singularity:
Theft begins with lies.
Womanizing begins with handsomeness.
Romance begins with Orion.
After Third Singularity:
Harboring uneasiness towards the abnormality of the present situation, Artemis trespassed by wedging herself into Orion's summoning. She is fulfilling the role of an Archer.
Since her divinity has dropped to the limit, she just has a power that is slightly stronger than your normal Servant.
Level 4 Bond
Before Third Singularity:
I just love the sound of amore!
It's sooo sweet and gentle, but still comes with an unstoppable heartrending feeling!
After Third Singularity:
Orion is dumbfounded towards Artemis' passionate approach, and if there is a chance he will make an attack on various women and female Servants, but sadly he is just a mascot character after all, so it is all futile. Furthermore, there is also the fact he is not cute enough to be called a mascot.
Level 5 Bond
Before Third Singularity:
"Goddess's Arrow of Love and Romance - Tristar Amore Mio!"
Rank: A+ Type: Anti-personnel Noble Phantasm
A lovely arrow that transmits the power of love.
Anyway, it blows the target away and sends them into a panic!
After Third Singularity:
"Love-Arrow Passion-Arrow of the Moon Goddess"
Rank: A+ Type: Anti-Unit Noble Phantasm
An arrow fired with Artemis' power of love towards Orion.
Because it is shot together with exuberant love, it exerts tremendous damage and maximum confusion on the target.
Before Third Singularity:
After Third Singularity:
Since Orion is an irresponsible lady-killer that likes women and flirting, rather he has a better affinity with a male Master whom he can repetitively amuse himself in foolish talks. With the exception of Orion, Artemis has no interest in the opposite gender, but she really gets into love stories regardless of being heterosexual or homosexual.
オリオン - アーチャー
- Fate/Grand Order - Okeanos: The Four Sealed Seas of the End - Section 6: Hunter of the Three Stars
- Fate/Grand Order - Okeanos: The Four Sealed Seas of the End - Section 8: Desperate Battle
- Fate/Grand Order - Okeanos: The Four Sealed Seas of the End - Section 9: Track Down the Dandies
- Fate/Grand Order - Okeanos: The Four Sealed Seas of the End - Section 10: World's Oldest Pirate Ship
- Fate/Grand Order - Okeanos: The Four Sealed Seas of the End - Section 11: Lost Ark of the Covenant
- Fate/Grand Order - Okeanos: The Four Sealed Seas of the End - Section 12: Defeat Heracles
- Fate/Grand Order - Okeanos: The Four Sealed Seas of the End - Section 13: Betting It All
- Fate/Grand Order - Okeanos: The Four Sealed Seas of the End - Section 14: Pioneer of the Stars
- Fate/Grand Order - Salomon: The Grand Time Temple - Section 4: III/Forneus, the Observatory
 Fate/EXTRA CCC - Meltlilith (Alter Ego) Matrix
Class: Alter Ego
Noble Phantasm: Saraswati Meltout (Benzaiten's Five String Biwa)
Keyword: Crime ballet, composite divinity
Strength: E, Endurance: C, Agility: A+, Magic: A, Luck: B
Constitution of an Abuser: A, Melt Virus: EX, Riding: B
01 - Saraswati Meltout: Benzaiten's Five String Biwa
The Noble Phantasm that BB gave to this Alter Ego.
Originally, it was not an Anti-Unit but an Anti-Group, Anti-World Noble Phantasm. It was not something to be used in combat or by a warrior, but rather something used on a civilization with an established culture.
Meltlilith's honey sweetly melts not only the body but also the soul. This Noble Phantasm melts the community's good sense and morals to integrate it into a single unit resembling a colony.
Trampling and absorbing that slimified body, heart, and society is its original ability.
Its immense effectiveness against non-combatants oozes Meltlilith's nastiness.
Its ingredient is one of the Seven Deities of Good Luck—equated with three Munakata goddesses, Ugajin, etc.—Benzaiten.
This is the biwa of Benzaiten—who controls "things that flow", such as natural phenomena (among other things, water and wind), music and words, speech, poetry and prose—given form as a Noble Phantasm. The origin of Benzaiten is the river goddess of Hindu mythology, Saraswati. She was born from the god of creation Brahma, but she was unable to stand the passionate gaze of Brahma, who desired her as his consort due to her overwhelming beauty, and desperately ran from him; such account shows her to be a goddess who is timid when faced with love. Saraswati is a goddess who rules over the arts and academics, and after being worshipped as Benzaiten, she has gained authority over increase of wealth as well.
02 - Crime Ballet
Merely a battle style. The result of Meltlilith, who adores classical ballet, retuning herself: an arrangement of various offensive skills. She came to possess diverse powers by converting already completed stories/stages into skills.
Those references are quite diverse. Below are explanations for them.
"The Name of the Heel is the Cursed Sword Giselle": From the classical ballet "Giselle." Having fallen into despair from her beloved Albrecht's betrayal, Giselle uses his sword in a frenzied dance, during which she dies. Women who die before marriage become ghosts known as wilis. Giselle becomes one of the wilis, who capture men and dance them to death, but...
"Unforgivable Hilarion": From the classical ballet "Giselle." Hilarion, who deceived Giselle, is caught by the wilis and pays for this crime. He is not forgiven and without waiting for daybreak, they make him dance in ecstasy until he dies from exhaustion.
"Farewell, Albrecht": From the classical ballet "Giselle." Albrecht is taken prisoner by the wilis, but due to one of the wilis saving him, he keeps his life. When Albrecht, who was spared from death by exhaustion, raises his face, the form of the girl he most loved disappears like an illusion.
"The Siren Who Burns Entrails": From the classical ballet "The Prodigal Son." A country feudal lord's son, out of admiration for city life, runs away. There are many temptations lurking in the streets; the most extreme of which is the enchantress Siren, who corrupts men with her veteran wiles.
However, the lineage of these skills is merely a smokescreen. Crime Ballet points out how Meltlilith has been cheating.
To make herself invincible, Meltlilith overwrote a basic rule of the far side of the moon "loss of sense of time" into "loss of hit detection on Meltlilith".
Meltlilith's act of selfishly giving herself such privilege, not by training herself but by altering the rules of the world, is an exemplary criminal act.
03 - Composite Divinity
Alter Egos are High Servants created as complexes of Heroic Spirits.
BB accessed the Moon Cell's Servant Archives, chose goddesses compatible with the Ego from them, and reproduced the data. Alter Egos came into existence as complexes of goddesses.
Meltlilith is made of three goddesses.
The first is the pure virgin goddess Artemis of Greek mythology. Without fail, she shoots through, granting them disease and death, those who seek to attain magical energy behind ebb and flow of tides, in other words, linkage to the moon's movement.
The second is the cruciform snake staff which originates from Leviathan, who appears in the Old Testament, or maybe Lotan from Ugaritic mythology. It is a being with the same origin as the staff that Moses used to split the Red Sea and, at the same time, a symbol of the sea split by that staff. Its owner is granted a transformative property like that of water, enabling them to adapt to any situation. Furthermore, they would be able to change their form freely and could even take the shape of the target of their envy.
The third is the river goddess Saraswati of Hindu mythology. She holds the ability to control "things that flow", such as natural phenomena (among other things, water and wind), music and words, speech, poetry and prose. The timbre that flows from her can excite any emotion in the heart of the listener and, moreover, interfere with flow of electrons in a computer network.
０１ - 弁財天五弦琵琶
０２ - クライム・バレエ
０３ - 複合神性
01 - Constitution of an Abuser [A]
A skill that augments one's aggression in battle. It appears to be a positive skill, but the longer its owner stays in battle, the more their abusive disposition will grow, causing them to lose their usual composure. It's possible to say that this is just one step short of the skill that causes Berserkers to go insane.
The more one attacks, the stronger one becomes, but on the other hand, one's defensive abilities drop. With the added disadvantage of unconsciously lowering one's chances of escape, it can be said that this is a skill that had bad compatibility with the usually composed Meltlilith.
02 - Melt Virus [EX]
A unique power, called id_es, that the Alter Egos possess from their creation.
A cheat skill that evolved from "Absorption". The highest grade of energy drain. Draining, copying, and scaling down are all possible.
The drain process has two parts. First, the virus honey that is produced in Meltlilith's body is injected into the target and fuses parameters that will be stolen, "experience", "skill", "capacity", etc. After that, she absorbs, converts, and makes a part of herself the parameters that were liquefied by the virus.
As long as it has a form, regardless of whether it is organic or inorganic matter, she can drain; however, things without shape... things like spiritual nature and skills can be fused but converting them into "her own things" is difficult, so it seems she can only use them as simple nutrients.
For this reason, what Meltlilith mainly makes into "her own things" are primarily "experience" and "capacity".
Utilizing this ability, Meltlilith plans to augment "her own transcription". She created a transfer-type of virus that would melt the entire content of an electronic body and transform it into herself... Meltlilith.
03 - Riding [B]
Riding ability. As long as it is an animal that exists in reality, even if it is a wild animal, she can ride it. Usually, knight-type Servants, such as Saber or Rider, would have this skill but...
Why Meltlilith possesses this skill is something best left to the imagination.
０１ - 加虐待質 [A]
０２ - メルトウィルス [EX]
０３ - 騎乗 [B]
01 - Neurological Disorder
Neurological disorder: Humans possess five sense--sight, hearing, smell, taste, and touch--and use those five sensors come to recognize the outside world and, as a result of that, they come to comprehend their own state of being.
At their foundation, humans come in contact with the world through these passive senses. By unconsciously using the excellent sensors known as the five senses, they accept the ordinary. However, in the case that any of the five senses degrade, the consciousness must actively face toward the outside world. That which was passive becomes active.
For example, someone who has lost their sight will deliberately specialize in their remaining four senses and will utilize them as even greater sensors. Ironically, they will come to function as someone whose perception is several times superior to that of a person who has all five senses.
In regards to Meltlilith's five senses, her sense of touch has deteriorated. Especially her hands--she's almost completely lost sensation in her fingers, and for that reason, she has become proactive in her relationship with the outside world.
It is thought that even her interest in causing others pains ultimately arose "because just by myself, I cannot feel the existence of other people."
This is a digression, but because of the clumsiness of her fingers caused by this, despite her hobby of collecting figures, she cannot immerse herself in assembling garage kits. Currently accepting applications for a skilled assembler!
02 - The End of Pleasure
The end of pleasure: The ego born from BB's "service requirement" and "pleasure". The type of abnormally lovely girl who cannot help but stir up a desire to protect her in men—is what she was, but possibly due to the effect of her skill that continuously steals opponents' abilities, she currently possesses a belligerent personality.
Although she tries to take in other people, she desires neither understanding nor sympathy from them because Meltlilith does not understand others' feelings.
Meltlilith does not need others. She does not understand love or dreams. If she acquires "love" somehow, she would probably dedicate everything to serve its target.
To the self-sufficient Meltlilith, the target's feelings are not worth considering. She would declare in her oppressive manner that her feelings are correct.
With no intention of discussing together (Already, I love you so much that I don't feel the need), with no desire to touch each other (Already, that amount of pleasure is unsatisfactory), with no thought about telling them she wants them to love her (Already, such mutual understanding is unnecessary).
Truly, a domineering Ego full of no's and not's. Beneath that condescending attitude and oppressive manner, there is not a speck of doubt or hesitation, only overly pure "feeling of love".
Meltlilith has not noticed—what is truly at the foundation of herself, who is an incarnation of "self-pleasure".
At Meltlilith's core is "devotion to the person she has fallen in love with".
Repeatedly raising her level with draining, trying to control the Moon Cell—all were done to offer supreme pleasure to her loved one.
Protecting her loved one → taking them into herself → living forever with them taken into herself (even if she is completely changed to the point where she doesn't understand herself). She has determined that to be the supreme love she will offer to her loved one.
From Meltlilith's such perspective, even BB and Lip are nothing more than "foreign matter that think they want to be also saved".
... However, those feelings are far too closed. To her, who saw only her own feelings as definite, whose connection with the outside world was lacking, "falling in love with another" was itself a fatal defect.
０１ - 神経障害
０２ - 快楽の果て
- Fate/Grand Order - Event: Do Moon Goddesses Dream of Dango?
- Fate/Grand Order - Okeanos: The Four Sealed Seas of the End - Section 7: Queen Anne's Revenge