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The Wicked Dragon Hundred Years' War: Orleans (邪竜百年戦争 オルレアン, Jyaryū Hyakunen Sensō?), The Holy Maiden Savior (救国の聖処女, Kyūkoku no Sei-Shojo?), is the First Singularity (第一特異点?) of the seven visited during the Grand Order to solve the Human Order Incineration Incident in Fate/Grand Order. Located in France, A.D. 1431, it's Humanity Foundation Value was C+.

SettingEdit

FGO Orleans
The Singularity occurred in France, 1431 AD, shortly after Jeanne d'Arc was burned at the stake. Using the Holy Grail, Gilles de Rais attempted to resurrect Jeanne but was unable to, instead creating a new Jeanne out of the Grail itself, twisted by Gilles's wishes and feelings. Jeanne Alter then summoned five more Servants, giving them all the attribute of Berserker. Jeanne Alter, Gilles de Rais and their forces subsequently began a campaign of revenge against France, killing King Charles VII and many others, including Pierre Cauchon, the bishop who played a key role in Jeanne's death, whom Jeanne Alter personally burned to death.[1]

HistoryEdit

Arriving in the era, Ritsuka Fujimaru and Mash Kyrielight notice a giant ring of light in the sky. Romani Archaman speculates it to be the size of North America, and it may be one reason the future was incinerated. The pair soon encounter a French scout brigade, but the soldiers find them suspicious and attack.[2] Defeating the soldiers, the pair follow a retreating soldier back to a ruined fort. There they learn from him that King Charles VII was killed by Jeanne d’Arc, who was resurrected as the Dragon Witch. When the fort is assailed by monsters, Jeanne d'Arc herself arrives to help slay them.[3]

Escaping to a nearby forest, Jeanne admits her states are ranked down, and she lacks her class skills as Ruler. While only summoned a few hours ago, she understands another her killed Charles VII and conquered Orléans. Romani warns if France is destroyed, then humanity’s progress towards liberty and equality will stagnate in the Middle Ages. Jeanne wonders how her other-self can summon and control so many dragons, which require the highest magecraft to summon. Joining Ritsuka and Mash, she tells them to minimize their activity in any towns and villages to avoid the other Jeanne’s detection. She says they should gather information tomorrow.[4]

The next day, the group proceed to La Charite to gather information about Orléans. Unfortunately, they arrive to find the town already destroyed and its citizens dead. Romani warns the group of an incoming group of five Servants, and implores them to retreat.[5] However, they stay and encounter Jeanne Alter. She reveals she destroyed the town as part of her plan to destroy France. She then commands Vlad III and Carmilla to kill Jeanne. Mash and Jeanne hold back the vampires, but they’re soon overwhelmed. Suddenly though, Marie Antoinette arrives to help. After driving them back, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart appears and unleashes Requiem for Death to hold the enemy back while the group escapes. After they escape, Jeanne Alter orders Saint Martha to pursue them. She then orders the others to continue destroying France while she returns to her palace to summon more Servants.[6]

Setting camp in a nearby forest, Jeanne reveals all of Jeanne Alter's Servants have Mad Enhancement regardless of alignment or background. Romani attributes it to the Holy Grail being used to give them the Berserker class skill. Jeanne then explains her theory why Master-less Servants like her were summoned. She theorizes the cause is the Grail resisting the reversal of causality of it having an owner before the war even started. The group agrees to find other Servants who’d be potential allies before Jeanne Alter does. Later that night, the group are confronted by Martha. Although ordered by Jeanne Alter to merely observe, she decides to test their abilities. After they defeat her, she tells them to go to Lyon. There they will find a dragon slayer who can slay Jeanne Alter’s personal dragon.[7]

Heeding Martha’s words, the group go to a nearby town to get information. Because Jeanne’s presence would cause a panic, Marie goes in alone while the others wait outside with Jeanne. She returns and reveals Lyon was destroyed a while ago. The survivors now take refuge in the nearby town. Lyon once had a protector who was likely the dragon slayer Martha spoke of. But, he was overwhelmed by Jeanne Alter’s Servants when they came to destroy Lyon. Marie also reveals that  Marshall Gilles de Rais is planning to retake Lyon. The group then proceed to the ruins of Lyon to search for the dragon slayer.[8]

As they search through Lyon, the group encounter the Phantom of the Opera, who was given control of the town by Jeanne Alter. After defeating Phantom, Romani warns the group to evacuate the town, detecting a dragon and three Servants are heading their way. But they stay to continue their search for the dragon slayer. Romani detects a faint Servant reading in the town castle. Ritsuka, Mash, and Jeanne head there while Marie and Mozart stay behind.[8]

Ritsuka, Mash, and Jeanne arrive in the castle to find Siegfried imprisoned. They free him and exit the castle, but they’re confronted by Jeanne Alter and her dragon,Fafnir. Jeanne Alter commands Fafnir to incinerate the group, but Jeanne and Mash barely protect everyone. Siegfried drives the evil dragon off, allowing the group to escape. Escaping from Lyon, they see Charles-Henri Sanson and Lancelot attacking French soldiers with their wyverns. Jeanne goes to protect the soldiers while the others fight with Sanson and Lancelot. Jeanne is confronted by Carmilla while fending off the wyverns, but Marshall Gilles arrives to attack the wyverns with cannon-fire. Carmilla orders Lancelot to hold off the group while she and Sanson retreat. After defeating Lancelot, the group leave despite Marshall Gilles wanting to confirm Jeanne's identity.[9]

Arriving at an abandoned fort, Marie heals Siegfried's wound, but the curses on him prevent any further healing. He recalls how his defeat by Jeanne Alter's Servants. However, one of them hid him in the castle; Jeanne deduces it was Martha. She states they need another saint Servant to remove the curses from Siegfired since she lacks the power.  The group then split up to search; Ritsuka and Mash with Siegfried and Mozart, and Jeanne and Marie together. Before departing Mash gives a communication device to Jeanne.[10]

Ritsuka, Mash, Mozart, and Siegfried travel to Thiers, where they encounter Elizabeth Bathòry and Kiyohime. After the group defends the town from an enemy assault, Elizabeth and Kiyohime attack them after being insulted by Ritsuka. After they're defeated, Ritsuka explains to them they're looking for a saint. Kiyohime replies she encountered Georgios, who went west,  the same direction that Jeanne and Marie went. Mash then contacts Jeanne, who just made contact with Georgios. He agrees to help once the town under his protection has been evacuated. However, the town comes under attack by Jeanne Alter, but Georgios refuses to leave until evacuation is complete. Marie then convinces him and Jeanne to leave while she protects the civilians. After they leave, she is confronted by Sanson and fights him. After he retreats, Marie is confronted by Jeanne Alter. She then deploys Crystal Palace before fighting Jeanne Alter.[11]

Regrouping with the others, Jeanne tells them of Marie's sacrifice. She and Georgios then remove the curses from Siegfried while Kiyohime and Elizabeth join the group. Leaving Thiers, they set camp in a nearby camp to prepare for their assault on Orleans. Meanwhile in Orleans, Sanson is revealed to lost his mind when Marie perished, and Chevalier d'Eon reports that the group are preparing to attack. Jeanne Alter orders Gilles de Rais to summon more dragons in preparation for the attack. Back in the camp, the group agree a frontal assault is their only option. Siegfried asks them to protect him and Ritsuka while he goes to slay Fafnir. Elizabeth and Jeanne resolve to defeat their respective opponents, and Kiyohime says she'll protect Ritsuka while Mozart will use his music to distract the wyverns.[12]

As the group march towards Orleans, they're confronted by Wyverns and Atalanta.[13] After defeating them, Jeanne confronts Jeanne Alter, who announces she'll have the dragons fight in a new hundred year after France is destroyed. Suddenly though, Marshall Gilles arrives and orders his men to bombard the enemy with artillery. Siegfried then goes to fight Fafnir while Ritsuka and the others fight Vlad and d'Eon. After defeating them, the group is confronted by an insane Sanson, but Mozart's words return him to normal. After Mozart and the others defeat him, they help Elizabeth defeat Carmilla. The group then help Siegfried in slaying Fafnir, whose death causes the wyverns to panic and prompts Jeanne Alter to retreat with Gilles.[14]

While Siegfried, Mozart, and Geogios stay behind to deal with the wyverns, the others hurry to Orleans' palace. Meanwhile in the palace, Jeanne Alter orders Gilles to protect her while summons another Servant. Arriving in the palace, the group eventually encounter Gilles and fight him. However, they're unable to defeat him, but Kiyohime and Elizabeth implore the others to go on ahead while they hold him off.[15]

At the throne room, Ritsuka, Mash, and Jeanne confront Jeanne Alter.  It is revealed Jeanne Alter has none of Jeanne's childhood memories. After defeating her Shadow Servants, the group fight and defeat Jeanne Alter. As she perishes, Gilles enters the room, and takes the Grail that emerged from Jeanne Alter. Jeanne realizes Jeanne Alter was herself the Grail, having never existed in the Throne of Heroes in the first place. Gilles confirms this, revealing he created Jeanne Alter from his wish to resurrect Jeanne. The group then fight and defeat him. Afterwards, Ritsuka and Mash return to Chaldea with the Grail.[16]

Events and InterludesEdit

Title(s) Type Notes
Chevalier d'Eon Interlude I: In the Name of the White Lily (白百合の名の下に, Shirayuri no Na no Moto ni?) Interlude Sensing a disturbance in the era, Chevalier d'Eon returned to Paris, bringing Fujimaru and Mash along. They encounter a group of ghosts, eventually facing the ghost of Maximilien Robespierre, brought forth due to the influence of the grail.[17]
Jeanne d'Arc (Alter) Interlude I Interlude
Scheherazade Interlude I (Part 2) Interlude
Anne Bonny and Mary Read Interlude II Interlude
Artoria Pendragon Lily Interlude I Interlude
Eric Bloodaxe Interlud I Interlude
Gilles de Rais (Caster) Interlude I Interlude
Gilles de Rais (Saber) Interlude I Interlude
Heracles Interlude I Interlude
Iskandar Interlude I Interlude
Karna Interlude I Interlude
Kiyohime Interlude I Interlude
Lancelot Interlude I-II Interlude
Saint Martha Interlude I Interlude
Mata Hari Interlude I Interlude
Medusa Interlude I Interlude
Orion Interlude I Interlude
Phantom of the Opera Interlude I Interlude
Robin Hood Interlude I Interlude
Siegfried Interlude I-II Interlude
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Interlude I Interlude

LocationsEdit

ParticipantsEdit

Servants

[v] Designation Identity Affiliation
Ruler Jeanne d'Arc (Alter) None
Berserk Saber Le Chevalier d'Eon Jeanne d'Arc (Alter)
Berserk Lancer Vlad III Jeanne d'Arc (Alter)
Berserk Archer Atalanta Jeanne d'Arc (Alter)
Berserk Rider Saint Martha Jeanne d'Arc (Alter)
Berserk Caster Gilles de Rais Jeanne d'Arc (Alter)
Berserk Assassin Elizabeth Báthory/Carmilla Jeanne d'Arc (Alter)
Ruler Jeanne d'Arc Ritsuka Fujimaru
Saber (Living Hero) Gilles de Rais None
Saber Siegfried Ritsuka Fujimaru
Lancer Elizabeth Báthory Ritsuka Fujimaru
Rider Saint George Ritsuka Fujimaru
Rider Marie Antoinette Ritsuka Fujimaru
Caster Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Ritsuka Fujimaru
Berserker Kiyohime Ritsuka Fujimaru
Assassin Charles-Henri Sanson Jeanne d'Arc (Alter)
Berserker Lancelot Jeanne d'Arc (Alter)
Assassin Phantom of the Opera None

Non-Servants

Designation Identity Affiliation Role
Dragon Fafnir Jeanne d'Arc (Alter)

ReferencesEdit

  1. Fate/Grand Order - Orleans: The Wicked Dragon Hundred Years' War, Prologue
  2. Fate/Grand Order - Orleans: The Wicked Dragon Hundred Years' War, Section 1: Land of the Hundred Years' War
  3. Fate/Grand Order - Orleans: The Wicked Dragon Hundred Years' War, Section 2: Chase the French Soldier
  4. Fate/Grand Order - Orleans: The Wicked Dragon Hundred Years' War, Section 3: Jeanne's Mystery
  5. Fate/Grand Order - Orleans: The Wicked Dragon Hundred Years' War, Section 4: Information Gathering
  6. Fate/Grand Order - Orleans: The Wicked Dragon Hundred Years' War, Section 5: Dark Jeanne
  7. Fate/Grand Order - Orleans: The Wicked Dragon Hundred Years' War, Section 6: One Thing After Another
  8. 8.0 8.1 Fate/Grand Order - Orleans: The Wicked Dragon Hundred Years' War, Section 7: Search for the Dragon Slayer
  9. Fate/Grand Order - Orleans: The Wicked Dragon Hundred Years' War, Section 8: Attack of the Giant Dragon
  10. Fate/Grand Order - Orleans: The Wicked Dragon Hundred Years' War, Section 9: Pause
  11. Fate/Grand Order - Orleans: The Wicked Dragon Hundred Years' War, Section 10: Saint
  12. Fate/Grand Order - Orleans: The Wicked Dragon Hundred Years' War, Section 11: Baptism Rite
  13. Fate/Grand Order - Orleans: The Wicked Dragon Hundred Years' War, Section 12: March to Orleans
  14. Fate/Grand Order - Orleans: The Wicked Dragon Hundred Years' War, Section 13: Jeanne and Jeanne
  15. Fate/Grand Order - Orleans: The Wicked Dragon Hundred Years' War, Section 14: Chasing after Jeanne Alter
  16. Fate/Grand Order - Orleans: The Wicked Dragon Hundred Years' War, Section 15: The Dragon Witch
  17. Fate/Grand Order - Chevalier d'Eon]] Interlude I: In the Name of the White Lily

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