- 1 Profile
- 2 Role
- 3 Abilities
- 4 Forms and Alternate Versions
- 5 Development
- 6 References
Sigurd was known as the Greatest Hero of Northern Europe who possessed Gram in the Völsunga Saga. Similiar in origin and legend to Siegfried, even described as Sigurd (Siegfried) (シグルド（ジークフリート）, Shigurudo (Jīkufurīto)?) in Der Ring des Nibelungen. A legend of a knight equal to that of King Arthur.
Gram is also attributed as the origin of Balmung and said to have appeared as Balmung in the later Der Ring des Nibelungen. Sigurd was said to have received the shattered fragments of the sword Gram a chosen sword of appointment lodged in the mighty tree within the halls of king Völsung of the Völsung clan that was originally pulled out by his father who wielded it, Sigmund, and reforged it anew into a cursed demonic sword capable of killing even a dragon. He later took the Valkyrie Brynhildr, sleeping encircled by flame, as his wife, but betrayed her by presenting her as his brother-in-law's wife due to having lost his memories after drinking a special alcohol. Although she initially accepted the events as her immutable fate, she eventually kills him through a conspiracy and takes her own life to follow after him. His story is called one of both glory and ruin befitting such a great hero.
Sigurd's legend the "Völsunga saga" came into existence around the 5~6th century at nearly the same time as the "Nibelungenlied", the story of the hero Siegfried. Wagner's opera "Der Ring des Nibelungen" is a masterpiece work that compiles these legends together. Although Siegfried and Sigurd share similar origins, they are two different existences.
The posthumous child of Hjördís, and King Sigmund of Frakkland who fell in battle against Odin, shattering Gram into fragments with his spear Gungnir. He was sent by King Alf who married his mother to be raised by his blacksmith and teacher, the Dwarf Regin as his foster-father. He personally revived the sword Gram, "the sword of supremacy in the tree", reforging it anew into a demonic sword that was capable of killing even a dragon, becoming renowned as a demonic sword of both ruin and glory. He soon became the everlasting friend of Grani a descendant of Sleipnir; becoming his steed in turn. As he avenged his father, by defeating the armies that joined King Hunding. Soon becoming a long time military man of valor and then a dragonslayer by slaying the dragon Fafnir unabated. As he obtained the wisdom of the gods and power, by devouring the dragon's heart after beheading his foster-father Regin who tried to take Fafnir's hoard.
Later in his life he rode forth to the top of the summit on Mt. Hindarfjall, an inhuman devil cave; bravely riding through the flame with his steed to reach her. He came before her, cutting off her mythril armor with Gram. From that act she awakened from her long sleep, but questions him why is he doing this. He should have already knew of the prophecy from his uncle. In which is that if both of them were to meet each other, ruin would await upon both of them in the future. He replied that, he knew of it and is doing this act because he’s only doing what has to be done. As love and emotion are not necessary for him; his plan was to go against the prophecy only to save her and not love her then. Brynhildr felt glad, but at the same time she felt sadness inside as well, he said this to her that he intends to do just that. But unfortunately he had fallen in love with her in first sight, giving her a smile, Brynhildr felt her heart go. As the smile he gave her in which pierced her very center. He then proposed to her, taking her as his wife.
After a time they had spent together in their honey moon, she taught him the original runes she had learnt from her father Odin. As time went on, he left her to continue his hero's journey until his return. Sometime during his journey, he had been tricked to drink a special alcohol which was made by Gudrun to have Sigurd forget Brynhildr, so that he may marry her. Gunnar, Gudrun's brother also desired to marry Brynhildr, so he and Sigurd rode off to meet with her, yet she still loved Sigurd and said only the one who passes the trials shall gain her hand in marriage. Gunther knew he could not do it, so he had asked Sigurd for aid. The one she loved the most in the world; disguising himself with runes in the guise of his brother-in-law's shape. Sigurd rode forth with his steed Grani, proposing to her again in the guise of his brother-in-law, however Brynhildr knew it was Sigurd. Challenging him into a fight, although this was sophistry as Sigurd was already much stronger than her. As a result, he won the fight from the combat skills she provided to him from their time together, presenting her as his brother-in-law's wife. Although she initially accepted the events as her immutable fate, she eventually raised her own hand against her beloved one, killing him by slicing him in half while his family and all of his followers were killed as well through a conspiracy as she took her own life to follow after him into the afterlife.
Brynhildr described his looks as that like those of an ice sculpture who had attractive features. But has a calm expression like he was a demon that was born from a glacier while wearing the Helm of Fafnir inscribed onto his person. His brisk tone icy voice resembled that of his mother's or father's, or that of his foster-father's, who was even more of a wicked strategist than his parents, his form and nature were probably handed down to him from some much distant ancestor; being a descendant of Odin. The looks in his honest eyes can make someone fascinated by them as the color of his gentle eyes gave the impression of a good item to honor gratitude as it shown within the wisdom of the dragon Fafnir with his daring gaze, even a single smile from him made Brynhildr lovestruck, making her very heart go as it pierced her very being. His eyes, typically a light blue with a kind gaze, turn blood red, and his stare harsh and cruel while under Surtr’s influence.
Truly a hero that was fearless, a being who was not a person standing in line with the earth gallantly, without disdaining his enemy by showing his back to them, without being frugal with gold, and being strict with himself more than anyone, and was more proud-hearted than all of the successive generations of Kings in each land. Expressing no emotion whatsoever even in dire situations, being shown to be stoic as he kept fighting without knowing the love of his mother, father, and foster-father while he took action, taking into account necessity and fairness of the situation at hand to avoid terrible outcomes and benefit everyone with or without their approval.
A very square-toed ultra-stubborn person. He wears a pair of glasses which shouldn't exist in his lifetime. He is technically a rational person, as he fulfilled his purpose of avenging his father not by affection but from his sense of duty. Slightly blunt to everyone, it's almost impossible for him to show affection, at least on his outer side. But if he chose to protect someone without regards of his own safety, that would be proof that he trusted that "someone".
Regardless if his Master is male or female, if the human is worthy of his "trust", there will be no difficulty in communication between them. Like Cu Chulainn and others, he is a hero who "has no interest with a second life". He likely seeks the Holy Grail to wish for a "reunion" that would never come true. In an ordinary Holy Grail War, forcing instructions on him by command spells would be extremely difficult.
- As the Hero who saved her from her forced sleep, Sigurd became her first husband. He is resigned to being destined to die at her hand, but loves her all the same. He vows to resist her attacks in order to stay alive and prove his love to her. Sigurd's Valentine's Day gift, a pair of glasses designed to boost concentration and protect the wearer from light and dust, mirrors Brynhildr's chocolate glasses. He implies that he's had a chance to talk to her or "something of the sort" for Valentine's.
- "Siegfried… We are the same, yet separate entities. I am a bit jelous of his sturdiness, but that doesn't mean I am going to lose ground to him in battle."
Götterdämmerung: The Eternal Ice-Flame Century
Sigurd is eventually freed of Surtr's possession when Brynhildr pierces his Spirit Core with her spear, though, this allows the giant's soul to free his true body of its seal. Even though he should have perished, Sigurd remains thanks to Scáthach-Skadi's power. Ortlinde also used a rune to maintain his body, supported by Ophelia using her Mystic Eye on it earlier in a failed attempt to prevent Surtr's release. Then, inspired by Mashing trying to defend against Surtr, Sigurd uses Bölverk Gram to repel Surtr's flames, supported by Skadi. After Surtr leaves, Sigurd heals Brynhildr. Brynhildr thanks him for protecting everyone from Surtr's flames. Sigurd says, though, he couldn't have done it without Skadi's help. Skadi is also why Brynhildr's spear didn't kill him. Skadi herself confirms as much, and invites everyone inside.
Inside her throne room, Skadi reveals giants are attacking the villages, as her masks meant to pacify them ceased to function with Surtr free. After she explain explains the Lostbelt's origins, Fantasy Tree Seeds suddenly crash down afterwards. Skadi commands them to die, but to her shock, it is ineffective. Sitonai arrives and reveals Skadi’s connection to Fantasy Tree Sombrero has been severed. After Sitonai destroys the Seeds, the group suspects Surtr is the new Lostbelt King. Skadi then reveals Sombrero is to the north, camouflaged by her magical snow. She warns Sigurd and Brynhildr that while her runes are keeping their Spiritual Cores intact, the bonds are still fragile. Thus if they expend all their magical energy in battle, Sigurd and Brynhildr's Spiritual Cores will crumble. After Skadi agrees to help, the group return to the Shadow Border in pursuit of Surtr.
Reaching Village 23, Brynhildr, Sigurd, Ortlinde, and Skadi support Sitonia in blocking Surtr's attack with Heracles. Napoleon then sacrifices himself to damage Surtr with his overloaded Noble Phantasm. Before disappearing, he removes Fafnir's curse that Surtr inflicted Ophelia with from her. This last act of Napoleon's inspires Ophelia to join the others in fighting Surtr. She warns if Surtr burns the planet and the Lostbelt becomes the new history, the planet's Texture will be fire. Then, as it is her connection to Surtr, she destroys her Mystic Eye to sever their contract and remove his source of magical energy. This is followed by her using her Sirius Light to rewrite the Losbelt.
Supported by Skadi and Sitonai, the group ascend to fight Surtr. Sigurd severely wounds him with Bölverk Gram since the giant possesses Fafnir's curse. This severs Surtr's connection to the Fantasy Tree, and causes the Paper Moon to fall from his grasp. After being defeated, Surtr carves a rune of death into Ritsuka. He delights in Mash's despair at their death, only for Brynhildr to reveal what he is seeing is merely an illusion made by her rune. Brynhildr and Sigurd then finish Surtr off together.
With all their magical energy spent, the couple start to disappear. Sigurd apologizes to Brynhildr for getting her involved, but she is overjoyed to have wielded her spear by his side. She calls it a dream come true, one she never dared to let herself hope for. Sigurd tells her that she can kill him without hesitation when they next meet. If that is her way of expressing her love, he will survive it and prove his love to her. Brynhildr genuinely smiles at this, agreeing to what Sigurd said. After Brynhildr disappears, Sigurd tells Ritsuka that he hopes he is helpful to them from the start the next time. He then disappears, smiling at Ritsuka's parting words.
In Fate/Prototype: Fragments of Sky Silver, Lancer mentions him in her thoughts as her master Nigel Sayward forces her to take a drug that exploits her curse with one of his Command Spells. The drug forces her to see Saber as her beloved Sigurd, and she heads off to kill him.
In power, and intellect, he excelled the most even among his brothers who spoke of him as an unparalleled hero who far surpassed others in all of his abilities and skills, a man who is praised by all of the people including those that excelled at magic but not only magic as being "The King of Warriors" that excels more than anyone." Sigurd, the one who devoured the heart of a dragon, gained unimaginable power and the wisdom of the gods. Although his Spirit Origin closely resembles Siegfried's, its "color" seems a bit different. Sigurd stands next to Siegfried as one of the most powerful heroes of all Norse myth. He wields the reforged demonic sword Gram as a peerless swordsman who didn't even show a bit of wavering in skill, whilst wafting an icy presence that resembled frost heaving in his swordplay. He is also shown using four daggers with similar coloration as Gram, two of which are named Ridill and Hrotti, which he levitates and punches at his enemy.
- Magic Resistance (A Rank): Magecraft that are Rank A or below can all be canceled by him. Effectively, Sigurd can't be injured by modern-day mages.
- Riding (A Rank): He can control all mounts and beasts at will except for those with a Mythical Beast ・Divine Beast rank.
- Dragon-kind Modification (EX Rank): An extreme form of Self-Modification, achieved by swallowing a Dragon's heart. The mana reactor of a dragon kind has taken form, allowing for an almost completely independent mobilization despite being a Servant.
- Crystallized Wisdom (A Rank): A magic item that originally should not exist in myths. Something that crystallized the wisdom acquired by eating a dragon's heart. It exhibits its effects even if others wear it, but maybe due to the enormous information volume, a severe headache occurs. Initially, it takes on the form of a dragonic gas mask, losing its horns during his second ascension, and becoming standard glasses in his third ascension.
- Primordial Rune (Warrior) (B Rank): Denotes possession of the Magic Crest of Northern Europe - the runes. Having received the teachings of Brynhildr, his skills also allow for summoning as a Caster. His skill with runes was sufficient to disguise himself as other individuals, such as his brother-in-law Gunnar.
Sigurd's second Noble Phantasm is his ultimate technique Bölverk Gram, with which he releases the full potential of Gram by throwing it as an 「Anti-Fortress」Noble Phantasm. With it, he managed to deflect Surtr's flames, although it would have been impossible without Scáthach-Skadi's crucial help. It was all made possible thanks to her godly power. Thanks to his nature as a Dragon Slayer, and Skaði and Sitonai, the amalgamation of three Divine Spirits, boosting him and the other members of Ritsuka's party with the earth's leylines and their blessings, this Noble Phantasm manages to deal extra damage against Surtr before he has time to regenerate from Napoleon's previous attack, severing his connection to the Fantasy Tree. Sigurd and Brynhildr then use their Noble Phantasms once more, cutting off one of his arms and reaching deep into Surtr's core in exchange for expending all their remaining magical energy.
Forms and Alternate Versions
- Main article: Surtr (Lostbelt)#Sigurd
« Extra details on Sigurd's wound that I couldn't include in the Materials.
- Fate/Grand Order - Sigurd (Saber) Profile
- Fate/Grand Order material VII Sigurd's profile translated by Smoof101
 Fate/EXTRA CCC - Passionlip (Alter Ego) Matrix
Class: Alter Ego
Noble Phantasm: Brynhild Romantia (Until Death Do Us Part)
Keyword: Breast Valley, composite divinity
Strength: A+, Endurance: A, Agility: C, Magic: B, Luck: E
Presence Concealment: A+, Constitution of an Abuse Victim: A, Trash & Crash: EX
01 - Brynhild Romantia (Until Death Do Us Part)'
The Noble Phantasm that BB granted to this Alter Ego.
This Noble Phantasm strikes with more accuracy and does more damage the deeper her love toward the target is. Even if it's utterly one-sided, she will never let her loved one escape.
The Servant this Noble Phantasm was made from is the valkyrie, Brynhild, who appears in "The Völsunga Saga." The spear of love and hatred that she wielded in order to get revenge on her husband, Sigurd who betrayed her and wounded her honor. Strictly speaking, not the spear itself, but the deep love and hatred Brynhild felt for Sigurd that has taken the shape of a spear.
In "The Völsunga Saga," the fearless hero Sigurd (Siegfried) takes Brynhild, who was sleeping encircled by flame, as his wife. But afterwards, Sigurd betrays her, presenting her as his brother-in-law's wife. At first, Brynhild believed that this was due to Sigurd drinking alcohol which caused him to lose his memories and accepted these events as her immutable fate.
However, she came to know that, in reality, Sigurd had already regained his memories by that time. In the end, Brynhild killed the man she loved most in the entire world via a conspiracy and then freely took her own life in order to follow after him.
02 - Breast Valley
A simple trash box. Has the function of storing away and safeguarding unneeded data files. It's a garbage can. In Passionlip's case, the icon is set right in the middle of her chest for some reason.
To put it frankly, an imaginary space pocket into which you can put anything as long as it's as trash. If it is dust data that Passionlip has crushed, she can stow away an infinite amount, regardless of capacity.
Though it seems contradictory, it seems even objects that exceed Passionlip's own memory storage can be thrown into this valley.
At first glance, this appears to be a convenient function, but because dust data cannot be returned to its original form, it's an utterly useless function. It appears that Passionlip acquired this unique structure because she is of the type of girl who bottles her feelings up inside, leading to self-destruction and self-harm.
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.
Passionlip is made of three goddesses.
The first is the goddess of beauty from Hindu mythology, Parvati. A goddess who loves her husband, the god of destruction Shiva, with blind devotion.
The second is the goddess of war, Durga. Considered a facet of Parvati, Durga possess ten weapons given to her as divine gifts. Passionlip's giant claws are an incarnation of those ten swords.
The third is a goddess of war from Scandinavia, Brynhildr. Unable to be tied to the hero she loved, this queen called destruction to her though her grief. In Wagner's opera, she was rendered as Brünnhilde, who appears as a valkyrie (war maiden) who escorts the souls of the departed to Valhalla. It goes without saying that the circumstances of this work led to a tragedy where she despaired over love and raised her hands against her beloved.
０１ - 死がふたりを分断つまで
０２ - ブレストバレー
０３ - 複合神性
01 - Presence Concealment [A]
A skill that allows one to take action while hiding themselves. It's a skill that those of the Assassin class possess as it's their most basis ability, but Passionlip has acquired it as well, possibly due to her personality.
Due to her timidness and cautiousness, she manifests excellent Presence Concealment, but her giant claws act as a hindrance and she is quickly discovered. If she didn't have those claws, she would be an excellent stalker.
Though this is a digression, she has been following [the PC] from early on, though no one noticed, observing and watching over them from the shadows, or something like that.
02 - Constitution of an Abuse Victim [A]
A skill that increases the chances of being targeted by enemies in group battles. It appears to be a minus skill, but for a Servant with strong defensive capabilities, possessing this skills allows them to function as an excellent escort.
A slight bonus to defense is included. Once it reaches rank A, an even more unique effect is added: The more the attacking party attacks, the more they will lose their composure until the holder of this skill is all they can think of.
03 - Trash & Crash [EX]
A unique power, called id_es, that the Alter Egos possess from their creation.
A cheat skill that evolved from "Monstrous Strength." No matter how large the capacity of the item, as long as it is "something that can be enveloped by her hands," she can crush and and compress it, whatever it may be.
What that she compresses become a 5 cm by 5 cm by 5 cm cube but its mass can only be reduced to 1/10th of its mass before it was compressed. After it's been compressed, it is treated as dust data.
The only things Passionlip can crush are garments that are smaller than her hands--not. As long as it is something that can be "placed within her hands" based on her vantage point, she can treat it as a target.
For example, in the case of her target being a mega-structure such as the Arena, as long as she is in a place where she has an unimpeded view of the Arena, the requirements will have been met.
She can hold her hands out to the faraway Arena which has become so small and once the entirety of the Arena has completely settled on her hand, it is recognized as Lip "grabbing" it and crushing it becomes possible.
It's planar physical interference which ignores perspective, but as you would expect crushing large objects requires time.
０１ - 気配遮断 [A+]
０２ - 被虐待質 [A]
０３ - トラッシュ＆クラッシュ [EX]
01 - Barrier Against Cognizance
Barrier against cognizance: Most humans cannot look at themselves from an objective point of view. This is not limited to the heart but also occurs with the physical body.
Humans cannot see themselves. No, more correctly, the impartiality to look upon "oneself without falsehoods" and accept it is rare.
Because humans possess wisdom, they are able to turn only the convenient aspects of the reality in front of their eyes into the truth. It's not just being selective about what information they accept; there is also unconsciously fabricating or modifying information.
Passionlip's barrier against cognizance is of the highest order. She does not comprehend the form of her own two hands. Her "brain" averts its eyes from her own ugly appearance, and within her mind, she is converted into an exceedingly normal girl. To her, her claws only appear as "normal."
Because of this, Lip does not understand the reason "why everyone is afraid of me." Without realizing the reason is her own body's ugliness, she would simply tilt her head if you were to point it out to her.
"Why are you telling such a lie?" "Are you lying to bully me again?"
In relation to her barrier against cognizance regarding her giant claws, Passionlip is a perfect victim. Though a barrier to cognizance is something born from trying to escape, there is neither deceit nor lies in her heart.
Everyone finds it difficult to face their ugly qualities. When one looks in the mirror, is the brain properly observing the image of oneself reflected there?
02 - The End of Love and Hate
The end of love and hate: the Ego born from BB's "desire to court" and "hate and love." The kind of alluring and innocent girl that men cannot help but feel lust for. The claws of her hands are an incarnation of her desire to protect her "easy for men to aim for" self.
She held affection for [the PC] for a certain reason, but after they spoke with each other within the labyrinth, she came to embrace even deeper affection.
She wished: I want to be close to them, I want to touch them, I want to talk to them, but due to her personality, those wishes were never granted, not even once.
I want to talk to them (but for some reason, they're afraid of me), so I can't talk to them. I want to approach them (but for some reason, they run away) so I can't approach them. I want them to love them (but I seem to be hated by them, no matter what) so I won't receive get their love.
From that dilemma, her love grew deeper, but in the face of [the PC's] rejection, that love turns into grief. Unable to withstand the burden of her feelings, by viewing the source of them as an enemy, as someone she hates, she was just barely able to keep her heart from collapsing.
The work of a heart faced with a reality that it could not withstand while sane--in other words, a rampage that resembles insanity.
The only person she loved in the entire world gave her a single gentle word.
Passionlip with continue to embrace that miracle for all eternity.
...Yes, even if despair heavy enough to crush her heart is waiting for her afterward.
０１ - 認識障害
０２ - 愛憎の果て
 Fate/Apocrypha material - STATUS: Saber of Black, p.018-019
Master: Gordes Musik Yggdmillennia
True name: Siegfried
Alignment: Chaotic Good
Noble Phantasm: A
■ Magic Resistance: -
As compensation for obtaining Evil Dragon's Blood Armor this is lost.
■ Riding: B
Majority of vehicles can be ridden above average. Magical Beasts, Holy Beast rank beasts cannot be ridden.
■ Golden Rule: C-
A life in which money is fated revolve around.
Due to the Nibelung treasure promised a life untroubled by money, but Luck is Rank-Down.
■ Armor of Fafnir: Blood Armor of the Evil Dragon
Maximum number of targets: 1 person
A Noble Phantasm embodying the story of his bath in the blood of a dragon. B-rank equivalent physical attacks and magic are nullified. Attacks of A-rank and above register as damage after defensive values of an amount equal to B-rank are subtracted from them. If facing a Noble Phantasm used by a proper hero, it gains defensive values equivalent to B+. However, his back, which was not bathed in the blood, does not gain defensive values, and he is unable to conceal it.
■ Balmung: Phantasmal Greatsword, Felling of the Sky Demon
Maximum number of targets: 500 people
A cursed holy blade which had accomplished the feat of dragon slaying.
It also possesses the attributes of its origin, the demonic blade Gram, and will change attributes between holy sword and demonic sword depending on who wields it. The blue jewel of the hilt stores and preserves magic energy (true Ether) from the age of gods, and upon releasing it, emanates a twilight aura. Those with the blood of dragons take additional damage.
 Fate/stay night - Weapon Menu: Gram [T]
Demonic Sword, Sword of the Sun, Gram.
A demonic sword of ruin and glory that Sigurd, the greatest hero of Northern Europe, possessed in the Volsunga Saga.
It is the model of Caliburn in the legend of King Arthur. As Caliburn was a chosen sword in a stone, Gram was also a chosen sword in the mighty tree of the Volsunga king.
The legend of Gram and its possessor Sigurd is a story filled with glory and ruin, as one would expect from a great hero.
"Der Ring des Nibelungen", composed later in Middle Ages Germany, is the story of a knight equal to the legend of King Artnur, and the sword Gram changes its name and appears in it as Balmung.
As the "strongest demonic sword" equaling the "strongest holy sword", it even possesses the special characteristic of "dragon slayer".
 Fate/complete material II: Character material - Weapons: Gram, p.134
A sword that appears in the “Völsunga Saga” of Norse mythology. It is wielded by the hero Sigurd. The incident where Sigurd’s father Sigmund pulled Gram from the trunk of a tree later became the model for Caliburn, the sword in the stone. After Sigurd reforged Gram from the shattered pieces, it is said to have become a demonic sword capable even of killing a dragon.
北欧神話のひとつ「ヴォルスング·サガ」。その中で登場する英雄シグルドが所有していた魔剣がグラムであ る。木の幹に刺さった剣をシグルドの父シグムントが抜いたことがグラム誕生のキッカケとなるなど、後のカリ バーンの原型となった物語だと言われる。その後、父から剣の破片を受け継ぎ、シグルドが新たに打ち直したグ ラムは，竜をも殺す魔剣になったという。
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 Fate/Grand Order - Brynhildr (Lancer) Profile [T]
Brynhildr - Lancer
Illustrator and Voice actor
Illustrator: Shirow Miwa
Voice Actor: Mamiko Noto
Noble Phantasm: A
Mana Burst (Flames): B
Hero's Bridesmaid: C
Magic Resistance: B
Brynhild Romantia - Until Death Splits the Two Apart
Type: Anti-Unit Noble Phantasm
Daughter of Odin, the Great God of Northern Europe, and one of the battle-maidens Valkyries. A tragic woman from Norse mythology.
A battle-maiden regarded in the same light as Sigrdrífa, the fated person of the great hero Sigurd in the "Volsunga Saga", she is also similarly portrayed as a Valkyrie who fell in love with Sigurd in the "Sigrdrífumál" and the "Helreið Brynhildar" from Elder Edda.
Level 1 Bond
Source: Norse mythology
Alignment: Neutral Good Gender: Female
She is regarded as the younger sister of Attila (King Atli) in the "Volsunga Saga", the "Guðrúnarkviða" and "Sigurðarkviða hin skamma" from Elder Edda and etc.(1)
Level 2 Bond
Calm and devoted. There is some loneliness mixed in the gentle smile of this unfortunate battle-maiden.
Despite behaving like a "doll" with a weak sense of self back when she was a Divine Spirit as the eldest of the Valkyries, after falling on earth upon incurring the wrath of her fatherly Great God, she became endowed with human nature and personality due to the incidental meeting with Sigurd.
Level 3 Bond
Compassionate and full of affection, she thoroughly devotes herself to the person she came to love. A woman who was supposed to spend her lifetime as good wife if it wasn't for that tragedy.
Although she never stopped loving Sigurd more than anyone else, she came to embrace the flames of killing intent at the end of a cursed tragic fate, eventually ending up killing him and also burning herself to ashes.
Level 4 Bond
"Until Death Splits the Two Apart"
Rank: B Type: Anti-Unit Noble Phantasm
A Noble Phantasm that has molded the deep feelings of love towards the fated person as the spear of magic silver that she employed while alive.
The deeper her love towards the target becomes, the more the weight and size of this spear will change. It displays a especially tremendous efficacy in regards to her beloved Sigurd (it is also quite effective towards Siegfried, who has deep connections to him).
Level 5 Bond
Even now, having turned into a Heroic Spirit, she still loves Sigurd deeply.
Nevertheless, if by any chance he is summoned before her, she will automatically point her spear towards him.
This is because, upon being shaped as a Heroic Spirit, both she herself and her Noble Phantasm ended up being given the definition of "something that kills Sigurd".
In regards to the "dragon-slayer" hero Siegfried, who possesses the same origins as Sigurd, although she recognizes him as "someone different from Sigurd", it seems that she somehow senses something close to him and thus feverish gazes at him tries to get alone just the two of them (and then tries to kill him).
And also, sometimes towards the Master as well...
(1)So they went ahead and pulled this out as well. When you also take into account the whole Siegfried/EMIYA thing, this whole mess seems like a huge Seiyuu joke.
ブリュンヒルデ - ランサー
ランク：Ｂ → Ｂ＋
- Fate/Prototype: Fragments of Blue and Silver: Arc 4, Act 5, Part 1-A, translated by PhoenixRising at Beast's Lair.
- Fate/Grand Order - Brynhildr's Valentine CE: Frozen Intelect Chocolate
- Fate/Grand Order: Cosmos in the Lostbelt - Götterdämmerung: Section 13 Bringing Twilight Here Once Again (Beginning)
- Fate/Grand Order: Cosmos in the Lostbelt - Götterdämmerung: Eternal Ice-Flame Century, Section 12: You, Who Was Like The Spring Sunshine
- Fate/Grand Order: Cosmos in the Lostbelt - Götterdämmerung: Section 14 Bringing Twilight Here Once Again (Middle)
- Fate/Grand Order: Cosmos in the Lostbelt - Götterdämmerung: Eternal Ice-Flame Century, Section 15: Bringing Twilight Here Once Again (End)
- Fate/Grand Order: Cosmos in the Lostbelt - Götterdämmerung: Section 16 Beyond the Gaze
- Fate/Grand Order: Cosmos in the Lostbelt - Götterdämmerung: Section 2 Assault of the Demonic Sword (End)
- Shirow Miwa Twitter 8:58 PM · Feb 4, 2020/fusetter - Translation