Type Mercury left Mercury and accidentally landed in South America five thousand years before the Common Era in preparation for the promised time (約束の時?) that occurs in Notes. The previous fifth Dead Apostle Ancestor sought to capture it at some point and was killed by it instead, and a number of agencies have tried dealing with it only to be annihilated. It was decided that it was to be named an Ancestor after it was discovered to have vampiric properties, taking the fifth spot of The Twenty-seven Dead Apostle Ancestors. It has shown no current interest in damaging or invading the surrounding world, and it will not respond unless it is disturbed. It is theorized that it has closed itself off in its sanctuary until the promised time. It currently resides in a South American village.
With a build similar to a spider's, it is an approximately forty-meter-tall being capable of shifting its form to something similar to a UFO. It is covered with an outer skin that is harder, more flexible, more temperature-resistant, and sharper than any other substance that exists on Earth.
Fate/Hollow Ataraxia Edit
Type Mercury was briefly mentioned in Fate/strange Fake, Jester Karture's original intention was to awaken Type Mercury from its slumber with the power of the Holy Grail. Kischur Zelretch Schweinorg was concerned about Type Mercury awakening as it was a century too early to face it.
ORT is one of the Aristoteles of Mercury, though Character Material suggests that it may not actually be the strongest being on Mercury by listing it as the Ultimate One of Mercury? (水星（？）のアルテミット・ワン?).
It is an attack-type life-form with offensive capabilities more powerful than any other being on Earth, allowing it to easily kill the previous fifth Dead Apostle Ancestor in seconds after being attacked, and its very existence is above that of a normal being. Its ability to slay humans is similar to Primate Murder in terms of speed, surpassing Angra Mainyu. Despite its strength, it is noted to not be the strongest of the Aristoteles who responded to the call of the Earth.
It can be said that it has no weaknesses while the battleground is Earth, though other Ultimate Ones have been stopped by methods above the existence of the common sense of the planet such as having concepts imposed on them or True Magic. It does not have Earth's concept of death, making it immune to abilities such as attacks from a user of the Mystic Eyes of Death Perception, so it must be destroyed physically.
It is able to partially simulate the creatures it preys upon, allowing it to potentially mimic human speech if it devours a human. It cannot actually learn the culture of Earth, so it would simply remain as an imitation unlike Type Venus. It has found that the creature with the "strongest flavor" is the previous fifth Ancestor.
ORT's very existence affects the reality surrounding it, similarly to a Reality Marble, but on a completely different level. Much like ORT, the ability is a phenomenon that exists beyond names, so Earth's magi call it Crystal Valley (水晶渓谷, Suishou keikoku?). It leaks an "alien system" that rewrites physical laws to passively transform the area around ORT into an alien crystalline substance, said to be beautiful, but horrendous and disturbing at the same time, that makes up the environment it lived in on Mercury. If humankind is considered that which destroys the planet, ORT can be considered an invader that paints the planet into an alien world. The ability is supposedly activated by ORT's movement, and the area around it has developed into a structure resembling a spider's web with crystal towers formed from trees.
Creation and ConceptionEdit
PFALZ was responsible for the design for ORT.
ORT was developed with the concept of "hopeless despair" much like a hidden boss monster in a rpg that is more dangerous than the final boss. It would invoke someone to think "WTF man, did you losers bother to think about game balance omgwtflolz?" when it is the player's fault for fighting it. Due to it being unable to truly understand the concepts of Earth, "If you're searching for romance, it's your personal business."
- In the Type-Moon's 10th Anniversary Character Poll, ORT was ranked 166th.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3
 Character Material - ORT, p.070-071
Introduction - ORT
Details unknown. Apparently landed in South America before the Common Era. As an attack-type lifeform, boasts power on a level far beyond anything else. The former 5th Ancestor attempted to capture it and was killed in seconds. Afterwards, treated as an Ancestor when it was discovered to have vampiric like properties.
Alien entity some 40 meters tall covered with outer skin that is harder, more flexible, more temperature resistant, and sharper than any other substance on the surface.
Said that as long as the battleground is earth, it has no weakness.
In addition to the ridiculously high attack parameters of the main body, it also possesses a special ability similar to Reality Marbles - Crystal Valley.
Explanation - Crystal Valley
Invasion by a horrifying but beautiful landscape.
While some magi and the 27 Ancestors control internal worlds called "Reality Marbles", the one that ORT has is on a completely different level.
ORT is a "visitor from another planet".
By just him (?) being there, the Earth is changing to the environment he lived in. That is, the rewriting of physical laws, a leaking of his "alien order/system".
If man is that which destroys the planet, then ORT is an invader that paints the earth world into an alien planet.
Well, thankfully ORT's a good-for-nothing spider that doesn't intend to hurt the planet...but....well, it might just be because he's (?) not interested in invading
But alas, of course nobody would understand the circumstances of ORTy, so bigshots from a lotta agencies try messing with (him) thinking that they'd better do something about Mr. Dangerous Lifeform as soon as possible......and end up getting annihilated instead.
Explanation 02 - Memorandum
Base concept being "hopeless despair". If this was an RPG, ORTy would be the hidden boss that's stronger than the last boss. "WTF man, did you losers bother to think about game balance omgwtflolz?" No, no, it's your fault for messing with him (?).
ORT just can't learn the culture of earth, but it's thought that he(?) has the ability to partially simulate the creatures he preys on. But since this is just a simulation, even if he (?) said something humanish, that'd just be a repeat of something else. If you're searching for romance, it's your personal business.
Oh, and ORT thinks that the Earth life form that had the strongest flavor to it (in an ORTish sort of way) was the former 5th Apostle.
Just movement by ORT will cause the trees around him to crystallize, forming a crystal valley (spider web).
Ultimate One of Mercury(?).
One of the pals of the Ultimate Ones appearing in Notes...but is more like one of those clumsy girls you see on anime in that it landed on Earth just one step earlier (around 5000 years) by accident. It's thought that he's closed himself off in his Crystal Valley until the promised time.
...Actually, might not really be the strongest life form that received Earth's SOS sign.
Can't be killed by Eyes of Instant Death. Doesn't have the concept of death so you'll have to destroy it physically.
Introduction - オルト
Explanation - 水晶渓谷
Explanation 02 - 覚書
Kagetsu Tohya - 27 Dead Apostle Ancestors Series, ５／ORT
ORT. Lives in a South American village.
Has a form similar to a spider.
 Fate/complete material III: World material - FAQ with Nasu: Miscellaneous, p.136
Q: Who would be stronger if Servants fought the 27 Ancestors?
Q: Who would be stronger if Servants fought the 27 Ancestors? Servant's also have superhuman battle ability, but the 27 Ancestors are also superhuman monsters.... I got the impression that ORT, Primate Murder, Altrouge Brunestud, and so on were obviously stronger than Servants.
A: All I can is they're both powerful.... They're both beings that live in mystery, so the only thing that can be said is that it all depends on the situation the moment it comes done to ""having the means of killing the other guy somehow". Among those, Earth rules won't even apply to ORT in the first place and Primate Murder has the super advantage against primates so they're in a league of their own, I suppose. Speaking of which, for one Primate Murder, seven Guardians would be the appropriate amount.
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