Sion Eltnam Sokaris (シオン・エルトナム・ソカリス, Shion Erutonamu Sokarisu?) is a member of Atlas supporting Chaldea Security Organization in the Grand Orders of Fate/Grand Order. She is the Master of the Captain. In Fate Worlds, Sion retains her "Sokaris" surname, while Sion of Tsukihime Worlds gains the "Atlasia" surname in it's place after becoming director of Atlas.
- 1 Profile
- 2 Role
- 3 Abilities
- 4 Development
- 5 References
Sion is a woman with long purple twintails, black/green hat, and glasses. She wears a white shirt with green tie, covered in a purple blazer and white skirt.
She is a talented woman who is devoted to her research with a positive thinking. She lacks the elitism of most Atlas scholars, being far more focused on the preservation of humanity and frustrated with her colleagues' single-mindedness.
Unlike her Tsukihime counterpart, her mind is stable and she doesn't hate herself. She is also noticeably less serious and high-strung, though she is still proud of her intellect. While she still grew up without any friends in Atlas, Zepia was such a doting parent that she grew up positive, strong, and just as annoying as her father.
Sion foresaw the invasion of the Alien God and attempted to warn the other members of the Atlas Academy about it, only to realize that they were so busy trying to avert their own visions of the apocalypse that none of them could spare the resources to aid her. Upon being told by her father that since she was the one who saw the invasion it would be her responsibility to stop it, she traveled from Atlas to the Wandering Sea based on the knowledge that it would not be affected by the bleaching of the world. While the mages of the Wandering Sea were not concerned about the wiping of humanity's texture from the world since it had nothing to do with the Age of Gods, they allowed Sion to stay for one year in exchange for her creating an eighth contract with Atlas for their use. However, even she did not know that their true goal was to try and recruit her into the Wandering Sea.
Sion and her Servant Captain repurposed the entrance area of the Wandering Sea into a replica of Chaldea's old base, as she expected that they would be able to use her Paper Moon system to escape into Void Space and was sure that they were in the best position to fight the Alien God and the Crypters. She sent a radio signal out Chaldea telling them she was at the Wandering Sea.
Götterdämmerung: Eternal Icy Fire Century
After Chaldea finishes their business in the Norse Lostbelt, Sion and Captain greet them when they arrive at the Wandering Sea.
SIN: Synchronized Intellect Nation
Sion tells the Chaldea group that the Lost Depth of the English Lostbelt is immeasurable, with its Human Order on the brink of collapse, and the humans will likely be extinct in a few months. Additionally, the English Lostbelt is surrounded by a wall of light, in contrast to the wall of storms surrounding the other Lostbelts, a difference that concerns her.
Upon learning of the Ortinax from Da Vinci, she proposes the idea of augmenting its Bunker Bolt mechanism with a replica of the Black Barrel.
Ooku: Tokugawa Restoration Labyrinth
Yuga Kshetra: Saṃsāra of Genesis and Terminus
Olympus: Interstellar Mountainous City
Sion finalizes her construction of Black Barrel for Mash, allowing it to be used against the gods of the Atlantic Lostbelt.
Tunguska Sanctuary: Non-Primate Ecosphere
Sion is capable of drinking blood, but she is neither a Vampire nor a Dead Apostle. She doesn't age, and she doesn't require food except for artificial blood (and vitamins). She has also disconnected herself from the human history, effectively making her invisible to Beast Radar. When explaining how she survived Wandering Sea's self-destruction, she almost says that she's a vampire before cutting herself off and explaining it in other terms.
She blows herself up alongside the Wandering Sea to fight off U-Olga Marie trying to suck the Novum Chaldea into a black hole, only to appear in Storm Border unscratched. She explains it as she has existential probability manipulation akin to Yu Mei-ren's dispersion, but this all seems to cover up her being a vampire who can survive worse things.
- The BAMBOO BROOM DIARY (Nasu and Takeuchi blog) - 24/11/2018 Untitled (Kinoko)
- Fate/Grand Order: Cosmos in the Lostbelt - SIN: Synchronized Intellect Nation - Prologue
- Fate/Grand Order: Cosmos in the Lostbelt - Tunguska Sanctuary: Anti-Primate Ecosphere - Prologue
- Fate/Grand Order: Cosmos in the Lostbelt - Tunguska Sanctuary: Anti-Primate Ecosphere - Epilogue
- Fate/Grand Order: Cosmos in the Lostbelt - SIN: Land of Unified Knowledge - Intro
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