Ritsuka Fujimaru

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=====Sealed Ends of the Four Seas: Okeanos=====
=====Sealed Ends of the Four Seas: Okeanos=====
Before rayshifting to the endless ocean of 1573, the protagonist shared Mash's dreams for the first time.<ref>''[[Fate/Grand Order]]'', Third Singularity - Prelude</ref> Landing on a pirate ship, the Chaldeans were brought to [[Rider (Fate/Extra)|Francis Drake]], holder of the era's original Holy Grail, and secured the help of her powers and crew in the search of the foreign Holy Grail.<ref>''[[Fate/Grand Order]]'', Third Singularity - Section 2 Pioneering Pirate Queen</ref>
After taking on board servants [[Berserker (Fate/Grand Order - Asterios)|Berserker Asterios]] and [[Archer (Fate/Grand Order - Euryale)|Archer Euryale]] from a nearby leyline island,<ref>''[[Fate/Grand Order]]'', Third Singularity - Section 4 Lightning and Goddess</ref> the group was engaged by the pirates of [[Rider (Fate/Grand Order - Edward Teach)|Rider Edward Teach]], tasked to recover Drake's Holy Grail. During the battle, the protagonist was targeted by [[Lancer (Fate/Grand Order - Hector)|Lancer Hector]], who seeked to shorten the battle by taking down the enemy Master.<ref>''[[Fate/Grand Order]]'', Third Singularity - Section 5 Blackbeard's Misery</ref> In their next encounter, Hector betrayed Teach, took his Holy Grail and kidnapped Euryale.<ref>''[[Fate/Grand Order]]'', Third Singularity - Section 8 Desperate Battle</ref> Drake's ship followed him to his Master [[Jason]] of the Argonauts and recovered Euryale, but they were overwhelmed by [[Berserker (Fate/stay night)|Berserker Heracles]]. When Jason offered to stop Heracles' rampage if the Chaldeans gave back Euryale, the protagonist refused. Heracles was eventually stopped by Asterios, who threw himself in the ocean with Heracles after thanking the protagonist for calling him by his human name and not his name as a monster.<ref>''[[Fate/Grand Order]]'', Third Singularity - Section 10 World's Oldest Pirate Ship</ref>
After finding [[Archer (Fate/Grand Order - David)|Archer David]] and the [[Ark]], which Jason was told would grant him great powers if he sacrificed Euryale, the protagonist came up with a plan to defeat Heracles. Using Euryale and themselves to lure the berserker to the Ark, and the rest of the servants would force him to touch it, instantly killing him by bypassing his [[God Hand]] Noble Phantasm.<ref>''[[Fate/Grand Order]]'', Third Singularity - Section 13 Betting It All</ref> After boarding the Argo and killing Hector, [[Caster (Fate/Grand Order - Medea Lily)|Caster Medea Lily]] extracted Jason's Grail and turned him into the Demon God [[Forneus]]. With the defeat of Forneus, the servants of the singularity vanished, but Medea and David both confirmed that the mastermind behind the Incineration of Humanity was most likely [[Caster (Fate/Grand Order - Solomon)|King Solomon]].<ref>''[[Fate/Grand Order]]'', Third Singularity - Section 14 Pioneer of the Stars</ref>
=====The Mist City: London=====
=====The Mist City: London=====
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