- 1 Profile
- 2 Role
- 3 Abilities
- 4 Development
- 5 References
A masked killer. The mysterious person who appeared in “The Phantom of the Opera”, a novel set in the 19th Century――perhaps, the person who became its model. Settling down and inhabiting in an aqueduct that is like a vast underground labyrinth beneath the opera house (Palais Garnier), he was charmed by a young and chaste actress who was viewed as purity itself, even guiding her into becoming a diva, and conducted serial murders on behalf of his unfulfilled love.
Due to his Innocent Monster Skill, he, who is the model for “The Phantom of the Opera” novel character, has received the influence of that work and his face has changed into something grotesque, and both of his arms also already transformed into something that belongs to those of a grotesque monster's. If he completely removes his black gloves, claws that are even more sharper and dangerous than large knives are stretched out, and both grotesque hands become exposed out in the open.
Fundamentally, he is gentlemanly, normally. However, he is not a true gentleman; rather, he is doing no more than consistently playing the part of “himself as a gentleman”. An enormous sorrow and anger are being hidden beneath his mask, and he is deeply conscious that once they start to overflow, a tragedy will be brought forth.
He constantly works to restrain himself and kill that impulse. While holding conversations, he openly sings to show that his suppression of those impulses is being effective. But if he stops singing, evidence of his real nature as the “Phantom of the Opera” begins to appear, a figure who is insane and viewed as cold-hearted by dealing with the obstacles in his path through their elimination, becoming a slaughterer if it is for the sake of his purpose. He likes girls with a beautiful voice. At such a girl where his eyes are affixed to her, he will also appeal that “she will mature into a diva if she is under his guidance.”
As for the Master, he somehow becomes emotionally attached to them while saying “what a magnificently beautiful voice.” He is mixing them up with the diva of his past. Although he acquired an insanity because of his Mental Pollution, he is very obedient as a Servant. However, because those utterances are always like conversational singing, practically, what he is trying to say aren’t transmitted very well.
The wish he wants to make on the Holy Grail is “for the diva that he guided to receive the honor of being the best in the world.” If possible, he wants to bring up the Master as a diva (regardless of gender). Therefore, he will probably care for the Master more than anything else.
Their conversations and strangeness mesh well with each other.
First Singularity: Orleans
Under Jeanne Alter's command, the Phantom controlled the ruins of Lyon.
In search of the Dragon Slayer spoken of by Martha, Ritsuka's party encountered the Phantom after fighting off the undead in the city. After he is defeated, the Phantom remarks that his mission is already complete, though he would never be rewarded. He warns Jeanne d'Arc that her evil has grown more powerful than her, and that they should run to the ends of the earth as the Evil Dragon arrives. Before he continues with more ominous warnings, Mozart finishes him off.
Miss Almost Weekly Santa Alter
When Gaius Julius Caesar mistaken for Santa Claus, the Phantom was made by him to sign off as the buyer of Darius III‘s possessions. Unable to get Christine as his present, he wallows in sorrow when Caesar runs off.
Later, he voices his lamentations aloud about Christine along with his frustrations at couples, Santa Claus, and Christmas, and claims that it makes him think Christmas is called a night for loved ones. However, when Santa Alter reveals and introduces herself as Santa Claus, he becomes enraged and tries to kill her for her presents. After he is defeated by Santa Alter, the Phantom is left depressed by the realization of what he had done. Then, after confirming Darius III as the same Darius that wrote a letter to Santa Claus, he is given Christine as his present.
Final Singularity: Solomon
Subspecies Singularity I: Shinjuku
- Main article: Phantom of the Opera (Berserker)
The Phantom manifests as a Berserker in the Shinjuku Singularity, accompanied by Christine Daaé, a Phantom he placed inside a Coloratura, a doll made from humans. He is part of the Phantom Demon Alliance along with James Moriarty, EMIYA Alter, Yan Qing and Hessian Lobo. He resides in Kabukicho, commanding hundreds of Coloraturas.
The Phantom, Ritsuka, and Mash travel to underneath Paris, where Christine is said to be. There the group encounters Gilles de Rais. Together, he and and the Phantom repeatedly praise the names of their loved ones. However, after the group defeat a horde of ghosts, the Phantom decides that he wants to return to Chaldea, saying that Christine is no longer underneath Paris. Romani Archaman guesses that the Phantom was actually searching for traces of Christine.
Presence Concealment (Rank A): A Skill suitable for espionage activities, suppressing one’s presence as a Servant. It is nearly impossible to be detected if one suppresses their presence completely, but the rank of Presence Concealment drops greatly when preparing to attack.
Mental Pollution (Rank A): Due to possessing a distorted mentality, it is possible for one to shut out any mental interference thaumaturgy. One is not able to come to a mutual understanding with individuals who do not possess an equivalent rank of Mental Pollution.
Alluring Euphony (Rank B): A natural constitution of having a beautiful voice. It works as a fascination magecraft-like effect towards females, but evasion is possible with a Magic Resistance Skill. Even without Magic Resistance, one can abate it to some extent so long as she maintains a will to resist. Using this beautiful voice, the Phantom conversates while openly singing like he was right there on the stage of the opera house.
Innocent Monster (Rank B): One who had been distorted into a monster by the current state of the past according to the image cultivated in one’s later years. One’s abilities and appearance have been completely transformed. He, who is the model for “The Phantom of the Opera's” novel character, has received the influence of that work and his face has changed into something grotesque, and both of his arms also already transformed into something that belongs to those of a grotesque monster's. If he completely removes his black gloves, claws that are even sharper and more dangerous than large knives are stretched out, and both grotesque hands become exposed out in the open.
Creation and Conception
Comment from Illustrator
"Although he already turned into this kind of character because of an original version of an event, his design was initially drawn up with an elegant image. However, after Mr. Takeuchi said that “he should be even more of a mysterious person”, he settled down into this current design. Also, when I was looking up various mediums of “The Phantom of the Opera” to get that touch in drawing his pictures, I found that the “Phantom of the Opera” in the olden days was conscious of himself, given that there was a side to this mysterious person who was conscious of his entire face, so it is different when the visuals show him concealing only the right side of his face with a mask; personally, I resolutely created a “young mysterious person who was possessed”, and I did an illustration to represent that in his last Ascension. In this game, because he holds a Noble Phantasm that is overall valuable as an Assassin, I am grateful that he greatly plays an active role in the Ember Gatherings."
 Fate/Grand Order - Assassin Profile [T]
Phantom of the Opera - Assassin
Illustrator and Voice actor
Voice Actor: Ryōtarō Okiayu
Noble Phantasm: B
Innocent Monster: D
Alluring Nightingale: B
Mental Pollution: A
Presence Concealment: A
Christine, Christine - Resound in Hell Itself, My Love Song
The mysterious person that appeared in the novel set on 19th Century, "The Phantom of the Opera"-- probably the individual that became its model.
Living in a huge labyrinth waterway beneath the opera house, he was charmed by a young actress, guided her into becoming a songstress and performed serial murders for the sake of his unfulfilled love.
Level 1 Bond
Source: "The Phantom of the Opera"
Alignment: Chaotic Evil Gender: Male
A man that concealed a cursed, grotesque face with a skull mask.
Level 2 Bond
Normally he is indeed gentlemanly. However, he is not a true gentleman, but merely playing the part of "myself as a gentleman".
Great sorrow and hatred are hidden beneath his mask, he is aware that, once they start to overflow, a tragedy will occur.
Level 3 Bond
- Innocent Monster: D
As the model for the novel "The Phantom of the Opera", he received the influence of the work and his face became grotesque, while his arms also turned into something strange-looking. If he removes his gloves, talons sharper than large knifes are exposed.
Level 4 Bond
"Resound in Hell Itself, My Love Song"
Rank: B Type: Anti-Army
A gigantic musical instrument much like a pipe-organ, produced by combining the corpses of his past victims.
Level 5 Bond
Maybe the sinful deed that Uryuu Ryuunosuke attempted through trial and error had already been completed in the 19th Century-- or maybe the image of a cruel, mysterious person was sublimated into a Noble Phantasm.
By matching it with the singing voice that his own grotesque vocal organs possess, this Noble Phantasm scatters an invisible magical damage.
He becomes emotionally attached to the Master while saying "what a wonderful lovely voice". He is mixing you up with the songstress of the past.
His wish for the Holy Grail is "for the songstress that I guided to receive the greatest honor in the world". Therefore, he will probably care for the Master more than anything.
ファントム・オブ・ジ・オペラ - アサシン
- Innocent Monster: D
- Fate/Grand Order material II - Phantom of the Opera, p.046-055, translated by Kinalvin at Reddit.
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