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William Shakespeare (ウィリアム・シェイクスピア, Wiriamu Sheikusupia?), also known as Caster of "Red" ("赤"のキャスター, "Aka" no Kyasutā?), is the Caster-class Servant of Jean Rum of the Red Faction in the Great Holy Grail War of Fate/Apocrypha. Shirou Kotomine assumes command over him before he even meets his Master, and through his machinations he later officially becomes Caster's Master.

He is one of the Servants summoned by Ritsuka Fujimaru of the Grand Order conflicts of Fate/Grand Order.

Profile[]

Identity[]

A poet and playwright from the Elizabethan England (1564-1616).

His father was an affluent man in Stratford, but it is uncertain if Shakespeare received a higher education.[4] Half of his life is shrouded in mystery and there are many mysteries in his career, such as an undocumented gap of seven years.[3][4] In his early days as a playwright, his productions revolved around comedy, then historical drama, before he changed his style for magnificent tragedy. At the same time, he also played as an actor in the underground, and he was the target of slander and derision from influential people.[4] In any case, he just had to write a few works and his reputation didn't know where to stop. Considering how he was belittled by a senior playwright as a "upstart Crow" at the time, it seems that he was quite envied.[3]

He is the only playwright whose fame has reached around the world, he is representative of authors of the western world.[3][4] His name shines brilliantly on the history of English literature, his popularity as a great man from England is the highest possible.[3] Still having a large influence over modern literature, it can be said that those with no knowledge of his works are to be disparaged as ignorant. It is also said that those looking to trace the source of any piece of modern literature will always find a Shakespearean creation. Having written too many masterpieces to list, his four greatest tragedies rising above all others are "Othello", "Macbeth", "Hamlet" and "King Lear".[4]

Appearance[]

Shakespeare is described as being foppishly dressed in refined, Medieval-esque clothing.


Personality[]

Shakespeare is a legendary playwright of England, gentlemanly and soft-spoken. Placing the importance of the Story above all else, he will lie and cheat and by any means conduct himself that he might witness the unfolding of a grand tale, beautiful beyond compare. Consequently, he tends to distance himself from mentality of the "participant," taking instead the perspective of an abstract, "Authorial" third person. His regard for others differs by individual, dependent on their qualification as a special existence, or "protagonist." He interacts with "normal humans" only in a shallow, dismissive manner, and expresses an extreme interest in "protagonists." In slight narcissism, he frequently drops such self-authored quotes as, "Things bad begun make strong themselves by ill." He's taken a liking to certain terminology from modern fiction, such as "Death-Flagging."[4] With short and effective words, Shakespeare brings to light that what humans usually keep hidden. This is like suddenly being poked by rambling, incongruous words, so one would probably feel shocked.[3]

In the Holy Grail War, the foremost Servant who "doesn't fight". The more interesting your choices are, more his writing brush freezes over and, conversely, he will probably toss about without showing any motivation the more mediocre things are. Even in the present condition, seems this has not changed.[3]

Shakespeare clearly has a love for his own written works, and likes to be up to date on their status in the modern era, so much that he went to a local bookstore to simply buy a modern printed copy of his stories; from time to time, he would quote from his works, especially when he has the habit of doing so when making a grand entrance. It seems Shakespeare has also taken great concerns over the popularity of his legacy, so much that he became depressed when Shirou Kotomine, a person who had lived in the modern era, had never read any of his works. Shakespeare, after listening to Semiramis, becomes even more depressed as he learns that servants, as they are summoned into the modern world, receive very minimum info about him from the Grail, and nothing about his works.

As the world is the greatest story ever told to him, or so it ought to be in his eyes, he will willingly employ deception, provocation, or anything else for the sake of spinning the story. He greatly loves those who are out of the ordinary from the bottom of his heart, perusing the tales they spin. With greatly exaggerated outbursts of emotion, he acts as he wishes, gracefully admitting that it is suitable to call him a trickster.

Relationships[]

Hans Christian Andersen
Leonardo da Vinci
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Blackbeard

Role[]

Fate/Apocrypha[]

Beginning Stages of the War[]

Caster betrayed his Master after saying "Hmm, this Master seems still and uninteresting. Eh? Saving the entire world? My, that seems fun. I'll help, I'll help!" is essentially the impulsive and unpredictable action of a young man.[7] Unlike the other Red Faction Servants who do not know the extent of what Shirou has done with the other Masters, he has taken to calling Shirou Kotomine his Master along with Assassin of Red. Normally dealing with Berserker of Red's rampages in searching for an oppressor to fight, he has annoyed Assassin quite a bit with his actions. After the meeting with Kairi Sisigou and Saber of Red, he makes an exaggerated entrance, quoting "A horse, a horse! My kingdom for a horse!" from Richard III. Keeping up the tone, he acts shocked when Shirou is unable to identify it, that someone from the current age would be unfamiliar with one of his greatest works. Having visited a bookshop searching for his own works, he hands Shirou "The Works of William Shakespeare".

Assassin too is ignorant of the quote, having only gained enough knowledge from the Grail to identify him as "a famous writer of history." Although he continues with his exaggerated manner citing that every line she speaks is a "refusal of my very individuality", Assassin's blunt question of his reason for being there stops his grievings. Telling of Berserker beginning to march on the Black Faction, Shirou plans to take action, while Caster only displays jovialness at the situation. This causes Shirou to realize that Caster is the one who spurred Berserker into action, but he only happily replies to Assassin's anger. He feels that Berserker is pitiful in his search for an adversary, so there would be no way for him to have stood by while he was in anguish. As he seems disheartened when Shirou asks him to stay out of trouble, Shirou tells him that the greatest of Holy Grail Wars will satisfy his love of stories.[8]

Battle At Castle Yggdmillennia[]

During the Red Faction's attack on the Black Faction using the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, Caster doesn't openly engage the other Servants in battle, instead using his Enchant to make Shirou's blade, Miike Tenta Mitsuyo, a C-Rank Noble Phantasm. He watches the battle between Shirou and Berserker of Black, using his Noble Phantasm, First Folio, to temporarily immobilize Berserker when he and Shirou flee.[9]

Shirou's Identity[]

When Shirou's true identity as Amakusa Shirou Tokisada is revealed, the Red Faction Servants, apart from Caster and Assassin, are greatly shocked. When the other Servants question Caster, he confirms that he did indeed know about Shirou's identity and goal from the very beginning. When he is asked if Shirou is sane, Caster dismisses the question, saying that Shirou has overcome great difficulties to reach the current conclusion. He also tells that he helps Shirou simply due to his story interesting him.

The Final Battle[]

Later, when Shirou is about to enter the Greater Grail, he uses his Command Spells to order Caster, forbidding him from hindering his plan, as Shirou knows that Caster wants his story to be a tragedy. Although Caster is displeased by this order, he is forced to obey.

When the Black Faction and Ruler attack the Hanging Gardens, Caster confront Ruler. He uses First Folio to take Ruler through the events in her life, attempting to shake her morals and trust in herself. Ruler is initially unfazed by Caster's trickery, until she sees Sieg being burned in her place. This allows Caster to begin questioning her love for Sieg, something which Ruler doesn't want to admit. Finally, Ruler is also confronted by Gilles de Rais, her friend on life who was twisted and tormented due to her death, now summoned as a Servant, although one with only a small amount of mana. As Ruler lies on the floor, Shirou emerges from the Greater Grail, having activated his wish. Suddenly, Sieg and Rider of Red also enter the room intending to stop Shirou's plan. Caster witnesses Ruler using her Noble Phantasm, La Pucelle, to damage the Greater Grail and watches the battle between Sieg and Shirou. After Shirou is defeated and Assassin fades away, the Hanging Gardens begins to collapse. Caster is seen finishing his story as the floating fortress is destroyed around him, witnessing Sieg in the form of Fafnir carrying the Greater Grail to the Reverse Side of the World. He is astounded by the view, finishing his story and declaring it to be a masterpiece. As he falls down towards the ground and begins to fade away, he says that his only regret is not being able to play the part of the protagonist, instead of the writer.

The final words he said at the moment of his death are one of the few true and honest words said by this man who normally glosses everything over with beautiful lines of literary. Shakespeare actively worked as an actor alongside his career as a playwright. So he probably couldn't help but burn with the desire to act as the leading actor on the grand stage of the Great Holy Grail War.[7]

Fate/Grand Order[]

Fourth Singularity: London[]

Shakespeare is a Servant that materialized from The Demonic Fog. Shortly after his summoning, he is confronted by both Ritsuka's party and Paracelsus von Hohenheim, who sought to recruit him for Project Demonic Fog. After Paracelsus is defeated, the group return to Henry Jekyll's apartment with Shakespeare.[10]

Later, Hans Christian Andersen requests they retrieve data from the Clock Tower to prove his theory about the Holy Grail War. Mordred and Jekyll however reveal the Tower’s entrance, the British Museum, was destroyed by Project Demonic Fog to remove any opposition. Regardless, the group agrees with Andersen’s request. Shakespeare decides to accompany them, believing the Clock Tower’s ruin will serve as a font of inspiration.[11]

Arriving at the Museum, the group digs through its rubble to find the underground entrance to the Clock Tower. They find it and head down to find the mages were killed. They soon come across a warded library door, so Andersen and Jekyll investigate inside while the others guard the door. The spells on the books prevent them from leaving with them, so the others must defend them until Andersen gets the information he’s after. Jekyll turns into Hyde to help them fight. Andersen eventually finds the data he was after, so the group return to the apartment.[12]

After Ritsuka’s party defeat Nikola Tesla and Artoria Alter, Shakespeare goes to the chamber of the fog’s source, Angrboda, with Andersen. He is surprised Mordred didn’t kill Mash for pitying her, having understood her to be the type that does so. Suddenly a mysterious figure emerges from a Rayshift-like distortion. He expresses disappointment in Gilles de Rais, Romulus, Jason, and Tesla for their failures. Shakespeare senses the figure’s magical energy is possibly greater than that of a demon or angel. He understands as a Caster that the magical energy is infinite, crushing its surroundings by merely existing. He and Andersen agree now is the time to flee. The figure then reveals he is the mastermind behind the Incineration of Humanity, Solomon. He reveals the ring of light seen in the skies of the Singularities is his third Noble Phantasm, Ars Almadel Salomonis. Out of his interest in Mash, he summons only four of the Demon Gods and attacks the group. The group kills one of the Demon Gods, however, Solomon kills Shakespeare, Kintoki, and Tamamo.[13]

Valentine Event: Chocolate Lady's Commotion[]

Shakespeare wakes up Ritsuka since Mash is busy making chocolates. Other female Servants are also busy making chocolate as well. Ritsuka asks if the Servants will be happy to receive chocolate from them. Shakespeare answers they'd work extra hard if they received chocolate from their Master. He, therefore, decides he and Ritsuka should make chocolate with the ladies.

Leaving their room, Ritsuka and Shakespeare see a hostile entity run into the simulator. After it is destroyed, Shakespeare sees it looks like a Shadow Servant. He then realizes something when Ritsuka notes it smells like chocolate. Mata Hari then arrives and asks Ritsuka if they saw a chocolate run by. Though she doesn't understand why, the chocolate she was melted in a bain-marie fused, took human form, and fled. Shakespeare decides to call these entities Choco-Servants. After Mata Hari leaves, Shakespeare informs Ritsuka that he called Servants with keen senses of smell to help track the Choco-Servants. He denies being the mastermind behind this incident, saying there'd be more drama and tragedy if he were.

Ritsuka and Shakespeare rayshift onto Blackbeard's ship and see him get hit with an explosion. He blames them, but Shakespeare assures him it wasn't them. The true culprit is quickly deduced to be Mephistopheles, who did so because Blackbeard said explode earlier. Shakespeare asks Blackbeard if he's hiding any chocolate on him, having noticed the smell. Ritsuka immediately sees through Blackbeard's attempts to act innocent. Blackbeard decides to fight for his freedom, with Mephistopheles joining.

After the fight, Blackbeard calls upon Spartacus. Spartacus disappears following the ensuing fight. Shakespeare informs Ritsuka that there are still a few Choco-Servants missing.

Arriving next in Fuyuki, Ritsuka and Shakespeare meet EMIYA. EMIYA tries to convince Ritsuka that receiving chocolate made by Servants is potentially dangerous. Seeing they aren't convinced, he calls upon Diarmuid Ua Duibhne to talk about the dangers of chocolate. Diarmuid recounts his receiving of chocolate in a certain Grail War ended with two people killing each other and him with stomach ulcers. Ritsuka remains convinced, so EMIYA and Diarmuid decide to use brute force.

After the fight, Shakespeare tells EMIYA that his idea was noble but tainted with evil thoughts. He explains that if Ritsuka were to receive no chocolate from anyone, EMIYA would give them chocolate. Knowing the feeling of not receiving anything all too well, EMIYA gives Ritsuka chocolate he made from leftover ingredients. He and Shakespeare then notice Julius Caesar. Caesar hints the mastermind behind this incident is a recent Servant, who he and Shakespeare both describe as a villain. He tells Ritsuka to chase after them but prompts EMIYA and Diarmuid to fight with him against Ritsuka after Ritsuka told him to stop eating chocolate.

After the fight, Ritsuka and Shakespeare see EMIYA take Caesar on a marathon run, with Diarmuid following. Shakespeare says there is still some chocolate missing.

Ritsuka and Shakespeare meet Paracelsus in London. Paracelsus tells them he will prevent a Holy Chocolate War, where people fight over chocolate, by destroying chocolate as an ingredient. He mentions wanting to grant a girl's wish in the process. He then fights Ritsuka and Shakespeare to prove his plan is just.

After the fight, Paracelsus laments his loss and the thought of Ritsuka eating that idol's chocolate.  Shakespeare remembers it's the first time making chocolate for many Servants. He suggests getting stomach medicine from Leonardo da Vinci beforehand in that case. After Paracelsus disappears, Shakespeare notices a doll, a large candy, and a picture book.

Ritsuka and Shakespeare find Nursery Rhyme in a decorated room having a tea party with Choco-Servants. Shakespeare tries to convince her to return them by saying the female Servants need them to finish making their chocolates. Nursery Rhyme refuses though because she can't have a tea party any other way. Shakespeare asks Ritsuka what to do, describing a child's love to be fundamentally different from romance. Ritsuka decides to join Nursery Rhyme's tea party to get the chocolate back.

Nursery Rhyme transports them to a field for the tea party. Seeing it, Shakespeare gets the urge to write a bad ending and struggles to keep his right hand in control. Nursery Rhyme says they'll all stay until Valentine's Day is over to ensure the chocolate isn't eaten. Shakespeare reminds Ritsuka that the female Servants will be angry if that happens. He also says inevitability always leads to a bad ending, even for Nursery Rhyme. Nursery Rhyme realizes they want to fight and complies.

Even after being defeated, she still refuses to return the Choco-Servants. But Shakespeare tells her she'll get cavities if she keeps eating sweets forever. Even though she's a Servant, Nursery Rhyme has a cavity. Shakespeare attributes this to her eating candy made from a Servant's power, but Nursery Rhyme calls it his imagination. He then has Fergus mac Róich summoned to act the part of a dentist. Nursery Rhyme flees when Fergus gets ready to destroy her "cavities" with Caladbolg. Fergus leaves satisfied that he could help fix the problem. With most of the chocolate collected, Shakespeare feels he has peace of mind now that he has the idea necessary for the manuscript of his Valentine Anthology.

Final Singularity: Solomon[]

Shakespeare is amongst the "London" Singularity Servant to aid Chaldea against Demon Gods Pillar.[14]

Subspecies Singularity I: Shinjuku[]

Shakespeare is imprisoned by the Phantom Demon Alliance, forced to create monsters from his own creations.

Following a meeting between the Alliance’s members, he asks Baal if he’s going to be released once his formula is done. Baal answers he won’t be and asks Shakespeare if he feels honored to see his works actually existing. Shakespeare answers that, even half-altered, he doesn’t like the prospect of actual monsters escaping into reality. He’d normally spew lines from his own works, but he can only wail and repent now that he’s altered. Baal asks Shakespeare if he's truly a good person if that was the only part affected. Shakespeare answers that he only loves the patterns that humans produce. Even altered, his writer’s instinct remains,. Thus he and Baal will never reach an understanding. Baal never expected Shakespeare would cooperate of his own free will and expects he’ll betray him the moment something new interests him. He then leaves, telling Shakespeare to keep mass producing King Lears.[15]

Shakespeare meets Ritsuka when Yan Qing brings them to Barrel Tower. He warns them it’ll be difficult to escape, given the many Hornets and King Lears patrolling. He then suspects James Moriarty allowed Yan Qing to kidnap Ritsuka, knowing he disguised himself as Hassan of the Cursed Arm using his Doppelganger powers, and left a letter on Ritsuka’s person beforehand. Ritsuka finds the letter, and Shakespeare takes it to read. In the letter, Moriarty assures Ritsuka someone will come to rescue them, and they’ll explain everything. Edmond Dantès then arrives, having come at Moriarty’s behest. He rescues Ritsuka and regretfully tells Shakespeare he has to leave him behind. Shakespeare understands, saying Ritsuka’s safety is of the utmost importance right now. He requests to be rescued when the time comes.[16]

The real Edmond and Jeanne Alter eventually free him, and he joins them and Hans Christian Andersen to confront Moriarty. He deduces Moriarty absorbed Sherlock Holmes to remain undefeated, so the writers combine their Noble Phantasms to summon the Great Detectives, a cavalcade of Phantom detectives. After Moriarty is defeated, Shakespeare assures him he’s already been recorded as a proper Servant when the former contemplates the possibility of him being summoned. After Moriarty disappears, Shakespeare contemplates staying in Shinjuku for research, but he and Andersen disappear.[17]

Subspecies Singularity IV: Salem[]

When Da Vinci learned the Singularity's interior was a recreation of 17th century Salem, she asked Shakespeare and Andersen to write a scenario for infiltrating it. The scenario they wrote was for Ritsuka's party to a troupe of traveling performers. Da Vinci chose Robin Hood, Mata Hari Charles-Henri Sanson, Nezha, and Medea (she refused) to accompany Ritsuka for this scenario, taking Shakespeare's opinion into account.[18]

When the Salem Witch Trials are mentioned, Shakespeare dismisses witches as another creation of man’s fevered imagination and infinite capacity for self-delusion. While he used them in his play, he never once met an actual witch. He says those who claim witches are real to serve their own selfish ends are simply in denial of that delusion. The people of his time sensed the truth through skin and scent, and even if they rarely put their thoughts to paper, there is an uncollective unconsciousness that fears witches and their curses. Soon Shakespeare explains the scenario that he and Andersen wrote for Ritsuka’s party to follow to infiltrate Salem. He supports Mash’s request to accompany Ritsuka, saying she can be the troupe’s prompter, especially since she memorized the script. After Ritsuka’s party rayshift to Salem, he delighted to see that the Medea, who accompanied them, is a fake when the real one enters the room.[18]

Interlude[]

In his interlude Curtain Call, Shakespeare wants to perform an improv with Ritsuka and Mash to bring happiness to the townspeople. However before Shakespeare is able to convince Mash to participate in the play, monsters attack the town. After defeating the monsters, Shakespeare decides to make Ritsuka and Mash the protagonists of his new play where they defend the people from monsters. Mash then suspects that Shakespeare is the one who summoned the monsters, but he refutes her suspicions by saying he has no skill in magecraft to do such a thing. He claims that the antagonist is someone he refers to as "S", who has grown frustrated with the town's peace and turned the people into daemons. After defeating the daemons the town suddenly disappears, but Shakespeare subtlely suggests that it was a illusion he constructed.

Abilities[]

Although he is a Caster, he can use almost no Magecraft.[19] He has absolutely no fighting power. However, his fame has spread across almost the entire world, and the illusions created by the "theatrical troupe" are a form of magecraft. Though incapable of dealing direct damage, it is perfect for wreaking chaos and confusion, but he also sometimes sends his own allies into disorder. He's the best when it comes to powering up his Master. The more of a character that his Master is, the more his writing excels, or so he says. In other words, strengthening his Master and having him fight as an Assassin is Shakespeare’s style of fighting in a Holy Grail War. Naturally, no matter how much he strengthens his Master, the chances of them beating a Servant is extremely low—but it's said that he managed to bring about that unlikely possibility just once in one of the subspecies Holy Grail Wars.[7]

Skills[]

Through the Territory Creation Skill, he does not make a Workshop but rather a "Study", where he can spin stories.

The Item Construction Skill is lost in favor of the unique Enchant personal ability.

Self-Preservation (自己保存, Jiko Hozon?): B
Though he possesses no combat capabilities, so long as he preserves his Master's safety to the lowest possible degree, he maintains the skill to escape from nearly all harm—meaning that he never engages any opponents himself. The Servant favors a "high risk, high return" tactic, where "returns" is related to the fruits of his observation.[1][4]

The King's Men[]

Main article: The King's Men

The King's Men (国王一座, Kokuō Ichiza?): C
The Globe. A miniature magecraft version of Shakespeare Noble Phantasm, First Folio. Unlike his Noble Phantasm, it does not consume a particularly big amount of mana. It summons and controls at will shadow actors without any combat capabilities. Shakespeare decides the phrases these shadow actors will say, but they automatically follow the target they are mimicking for all the details (like the normal intonation and addresses), so they will not be exposed with respect to that point. Even if you theoretically understand that they are impostors, a very strong will is needed to break out from this magecraft.[2]

Enchant[]

Enchant (エンチャント, Enchanto?) is a skill that causes concept endowment towards weapons.[1][3] It could also be called "Literary Masterpiece Endowment". For writers who have left their names in history, there is a good chance that they will possess such a skill or Noble Phantasm.[20] Originally this indicate a magical concept endowment deed, but in Shakespeare this is carried out by drawing a composition. It drags out a power surpassing the limits of said weapon.[3]

Able to add powerful functions to other's important items. Basically an ability which strengths the Master's fighting abilities. He himself is the audience, spectating the battle, irritating his master by inquiring about the master's every state of mind.[1][4] It consists of making a passionate poem that begins with the following preface: "I will now explain this person's amazingness in minute detail, so please listen without thinking it tedious, everyone."[20]

For Shakespeare with his extraordinary fame, he can produce even Noble Phantasms of C~E rank. For making an E rank Noble Phantasm, it would be at the level of turning a pebble lying anywhere on the road into a Noble Phantasm. For D rank, it would be a mass-producible manufactured item like a modern weapon. To reach C rank, it needs to be weapon with sufficient spiritual status for a literary master like him to express.[20]

It can raise the sharpness of a blade by saying "it can cut all things" and increase the sturdiness of the blade by saying "it can receive all attacks", but either way, it requires literary expression great enough to move the readers in order for it to take effect. In this war, he used Enchant on "Miike Tenta Mitsuyo", it became a C rank Noble Phantasm.[20]

Other[]

During the events in the Shinjuku Singularity, it is shown that Shakespeare is capable of fabricating Phantoms.[21]

Development[]

Creation and Conception[]

He was designed by Shoji Gatoh and illustrated by Chinatsu Kurahana for the original canceled online game project.[4]

Yuuichirou Higashide says he has the lowest position among the masterminds. During the initial plot when Shakespeare was supposed to be an ally, there was a scenario where "just as the protagonist is about to die, his Servant Shakespeare activates his Noble Phantasm and somehow manages to find a way to survive", but the idea was quickly discarded.[7]

References[]

  1. 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 1.11 1.12 1.13 1.14 1.15 1.16 1.17 1.18
    [v] Fate/Apocrypha material - STATUS: Caster of Red, p.042-043

    Class: Caster
    Master: Shirou Kotomine
    True name: Shakespeare
    Gender: Male
    Height/Weight: 180cm/75kg
    Alignment: True Neutral

    Strength: E
    Endurance: E
    Agility: D
    Magic: C++
    Luck: B
    Noble Phantasm: C+

    Class Skills
    Territory Creation: C
    Can establish a territory advantageous to oneself as a magus. However he does not make a workshop but rather a "study," where he spins stories.

    Tool Creation: -
    Because of the skill Enchant, this skill is lost.

    Personal Skills
    Enchant: A
    Concept endowment.
    Able to add powerful functions to other's important items. Basically an ability which strengths the Master's fighting abilities. He himself is the audience, spectating the battle, irritating his master by inquiring about the master's every state of mind.

    Self-Preservation: A
    He cannot fight, however in exchange, however as long as his Master is safe he can escape from almost all crises. In short, he won't fight. Nevertheless he prefers high risk, high return tactics.

    Noble Phantasm
    First Folio: When the Curtain Rises, the Applause Shall Be As Ten Thousand Thunders
    Rank: B
    Type: Anti-Unit Noble Phantasm
    Range: 1~30
    Maximum Number of Targets: 1 Person
    The ultimate play that Shakespeare invokes. Depending on the circumstances, when invoked, the effects may vary.
    In regards to the target's life, it replays the scenes that mentally damages the target the most. In Shakespeare's words, it inflicts despair.
    A theater Noble Phantasm meant for Heroic Spirits' spirits. Also, from curtain rising to curtain call, the target cannot receive or deal physical damage.

    CLASS キャスター
    マスター:シロウ・コトミネ
    真名:シェイクスピア
    性別:男性
    身長・体重:180cm/75kg
    属性:中立・中庸

    筋力:E
    耐力:E
    敏捷:D
    魔力:C++
    幸運:B
    宝具:C+

    クラス別能力:
    陣地作成:C
    魔術師として、自らに有利な陣地を作り上げる。
    だが彼が作るのは工房ではなく、物語を紡ぐ“書斎”である。

    道具作成:-
    道具作成スキルは、スキル『エンチャント』によって失われている。

    固有スキル
    エンチャント:A
    概念付与。
    他者や他者の持つ大切な物品に、強力な機能を付与する。
    基本的にはマスターを戦わせるための強化能力。
    彼自身は観客として戦闘を見物したり、心境をいちいち聞いたりしてマスターを苛立たせる。

    自己保存:B
    自身はまるで戦闘力がない代わりに、マスターが無事な限りは殆どの危機から逃れることができる。
    つまり、本人は全然戦わない。
    そのくせハイリスク・ハイリターンな戦術ばかりを好む。

    宝具
    開演の刻は来たれり、此処に万雷の喝采を(ファースト・フォリオ )
    ランク:B
    種別:対人宝具
    レンジ:1~30
    最大捕捉:1人
    シェイクスピアが発動する究極劇。発動した状況によってその効果は異なる。
    対象の人生において、精神的にもっとも打撃を加えられる場面を再現し、シェイクスピアの言葉によって、絶望を加えられる。
    英雄たちの心を折るための演劇宝具。また劇が開始すると閉幕するまでは対象には一切肉体的損害が与えられず、与えることもできない。

  2. 2.00 2.01 2.02 2.03 2.04 2.05 2.06 2.07 2.08 2.09 2.10 2.11 2.12 2.13 2.14 2.15 2.16 2.17 2.18 2.19 Fate/Grand Order material I - Shakespeare, Translation by Mazyrian
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    [v] Fate/Grand Order - Shakespeare (Caster) Profile [T]

    Shakespeare - Caster

    Illustrator and Voice actor
    Illustrator: Ototsugu Konoe
    Voice Actor: Tetsu Inada

    Parameters
    Strength: E
    Endurance: E
    Agility: D
    Magic: C++
    Luck: B
    Noble Phantasm: C+

    Personal Skills
    Enchant: A
    Self-Preservation: B

    Class Skills
    Territory Creation: C

    Noble Phantasm
    First Folio: When the Curtain Rises, the Applause Shall Be As Ten Thousand Thunders
    Rank: B
    Type: Anti-Unit Noble Phantasm

    Character details
    William Shakespeare: without a doubt the most famous playwright in the world, he was also an actor. His name shines brilliantly on the history of English literature, his popularity as a great man from England is the highest possible.

    Level 1 Bond
    Height/Weight: 180cm・75kg
    Source: Historical fact
    Region: England
    Alignment: True Neutral  Gender: Male
    A plain married person.

    Level 2 Bond
    Despite being a famous novelist, half of his life is wrapped in mystery. In any case, he just had to write a few works and his reputation didn't know where to stop. Considering how he was belittled by a senior playwright as a "upstart Crow" at the time, it seems that he was quite envied.

    Level 3 Bond
    With short and effective words, Shakespeare brings to light that what humans usually keep hidden. This is like suddenly being poked by rambling, incongruous words, so one would probably feel shocked.

    Level 4 Bond

    • Enchant: A

    Personal Skill. Concept endowment towards weapons. Originally this indicate a magical concept endowment deed, but in Shakespeare this is carried out by drawing a composition. It drags out a power surpassing the limits of said weapon.

    Level 5 Bond
    "The Time of Curtain Raising Has Come, Bring Here A Thundering Applause"
    Rank: B  Type: Anti-Unit Noble Phantasm
    The ultimate drama that Shakespeare releases. Regardless of friend or foe, he institutes the target group as characters in a drama of his making.
    An Anti-Heart Noble Phantasm that breaks the spirit of any and all great men.

    Interlude
    In the Holy Grail War, the foremost Servant who "doesn't fight". The more interesting your choices are, more his writing brush freezes over and, conversely, he will probably toss about without showing any motivation the more mediocre things are.
    Even in the present condition, seems this has not changed.

    ウィリアム・シェイクスピア - キャスター

    イラストレーター・声優
    ILLUST:近衛乙嗣
    CV:稲田徹

    パラメータ
    筋力:E
    耐力:E
    敏捷:D
    魔力:C++
    幸運:B
    宝具:C+

    保有スキル
    エンチャント A
    自己保存 B

    クラススキル
    陣地作成 C

    宝具
    開演の刻は来たれり、此処に万雷の喝采を(ファースト・フォリオ)
    ランク:B
    種別:対人宝具

    キャラクター詳細
    ウィリアム・シェイクスピアは間違いなく、世界一高名な劇作家であり、俳優でもあった。英文学史上に燦然と輝くその名は、英国の偉人としての知名度は最高峰であろう。

    アンロック条件:絆レベルを1にすると開放
    身長/体重:180cm・75kg
    出典:史実
    地域:イングランド
    属性:中立・中庸  性別:男性
    地味に既婚者。

    アンロック条件:絆レベルを2にすると開放
    有名な作家でありながら、その半生は謎に包まれている。
    ともあれ彼は幾つかの作品を執筆し、その名声は留まるところを知らなかった。
    当時の先輩劇作家から「成り上がりのカラス」と罵倒されるほどには、やっかまれていたらしい。

    アンロック条件:絆レベルを3にすると開放
    シェイクスピアは短く、そして効果的な言葉で人間が普段隠しているものを暴き立てる。
    それは漫然と、形にならないものを突然突きつけられる驚愕もあるのだろう。

    アンロック条件:絆レベルを4にすると開放
    ○エンチャント:A
    固有スキル、武装に対する概念付与。
    本来は魔術的な概念付与行為を指すのだが、シェイクスピアの場合は文章を描くことで、その武装の限界以上の力を引き摺り出す。

    アンロック条件:絆レベルを5にすると開放
    『開園の刻は来たれリ、此処に万雷の喝采を』
    ランク:B  種別:対人宝具
    シェイクスピアの放つ究極劇。敵味方関係なく、彼は対象者を自作劇の登場人物に仕立て上げる。
    あらゆる英傑の心を折る、対心宝具

    アンロック条件:「カーテンコール」をクリアすると開放
    聖杯戦争において屈指の「戦わない」サーヴァント。
    君の選択が面白ければ面白いほどに、彼の筆は冴え渡り、逆に凡庸であればあるほど彼はやる気を出さずに放り投げるだろう。
    それは現状においても、変わりないようだ。

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    [v] Fate/complete material IV: Extra material - Fate/Apocrypha - Shakespeare, p.322-323

    Shakespeare, the Playwright
    He is a legendary playwright of England -- gentlemanly and soft-spoken. Placing the importance of the Story above all else, he will lie and cheat and by any means conduct himself that he might witness the unfolding of a grand tale, beautiful beyond compare. Consequently, he tends to distance himself from mentality of the "participant," taking instead the perspective of an abstract, "Authorial" third person. His regard for others differs by individual, dependent on their qualification as a special existence, or "protagonist" -- he interacts with "normal humans" only in a shallow, dismissive manner; and expresses an extreme interest in "protagonists." In slight narcissism, he frequently drops such self-authored quotes as, "Things bad begun make strong themselves by ill." He's taken a liking to certain terminology from modern fiction, such as "Death-Flagging." Incidentally, there was an undocumented period of seven years in Shakespeare's lifetime ...

    • Class: Caster
    • Source: Historical fact
    • Region: United Kingdom
    • Alignment: True Neutral
    • Sex: Male
    • Height: 180cm
    • Weight: 75kg
    • Armament: Book


    Illustrations: Chinatsu Kurahana
    Creator: Shoji Gatoh

    Legend
    He is a poet and playwright (1564-1616) from the Elizabethan England. He is representative of authors of the western world, and still has a large influence over modern literature. He wrote too many masterpieces to list, but his four greatest tragedies rising above all others are "Othello", "Macbeth", "Hamlet" and "King Lear". His father was an affluent man in Stratford, but it is uncertain if Shakespeare received a higher education. There are many mysteries in his career, such as a gap of seven years. In his early days as a playwright, his productions revolved around comedy, then historical drama, before he changed his style for magnificent tragedy. At the same time, he also played as an actor in the underground, and he was the target of slander and derision from influential people.

    Status

    • STR: E
    • CON: E
    • AGI: D
    • MGI: C++
    • LCK: B
    • Noble Phantasm: C+


    Skills

    • Enchant

    The appendage of improved attributes and functionality to others their precious articles. Typically used to reinforce the battle capabilities of the Servant's Master, such that the Servant may act as an impartial observer and carefully document the Master's psychological state.

    • Self-Preservation

    Though he possesses no combat capabilities, so long as he preserves his Master's safety to the lowest possible degree, he maintains the skill to escape from nearly all harm -- meaning that he never engages any opponents himself. The Servant favours a "high risk, high return" tactic, where "returns" is related to the fruits of his observation.

    Noble Phantasm

    • The Globe: King's Men - Strength: Weak

    Shakespeare's theatrical company, which was patronized by King James I. A Noble Phantasm that permits the Servant to accurately assume the aspect of another individual -- passing scrutiny while disguised even if he interacts with those to whom the personage he portrays is well-known. Used for purposes of social engineering.

    • First Folio: When the Curtain Rises, the Applause Shall Be As Ten Thousand Thunders - Strength: Strong

    A tome that may -- for a limited number of instances -- alter or falsify the outcome of a phenomenon occurring within sight. Though this Noble Phantasm is functionally useless in the face of an enemy that outclasses the Servant in every attribute, with skillful deployment, it has a chance of inflicting death upon otherwise defeatable opponents. Activated with the incantation "NON SANZ DROICT" ("Not Without Right" -- the motto on Shakespeare's coat of arms.

    劇作家
    シェイクスピア
    英国の伝説的な劇作家。物腰は柔らかで紳士的。物語至上主義を掲げており、ペテンやイカサマをしてでも最高の物語を目撃したいと思っている。そのため当事者感覚が薄く、視点が作家的。相手を値踏みし、平凡な人間は冷淡に扱い、逆に非凡な人物には不遜な質問を繰り返す。"死亡フラグ"などの現代風物語的言い回しが好み。ややナルシストで「罪から出た所行は、ただ罪によってのみ強力になる」など、セリフに自作を引用する。

    • クラス:キャスター
    • 出典:史実
    • 地域:イギリス
    • 属性:中立・中庸
    • 性別:男
    • 身長:180cm
    • 体重:75kg
    • 武装:本


    イラスト:倉花千夏
    設定制作:賀東招二

    伝説
    エリザベス朝時代のイギリスの劇作家、詩人(1564年-1616年)。西洋世界を代表する作家であり、現代のあらゆる文芸作品に影響を与える。代表作は多すぎて書ききれないが、強いて挙げるなら四大悲劇と呼ばれる『オセロー』、『マクベス』、『ハムレット』、『リア王』がある。父親はストラトフォードの有力者だが、シェイクスピアが高等教育を受けたかどうかは諸説ある。他にも経歴に7年の空白があるなど、謎が多い。劇作家として初期は喜劇を中心に創作し、後に史劇、壮大な悲劇へとスタイルを変えていった。当時は胡散臭い職業とされていた役者としても活動しており、権威ある人々からは中傷や冷笑を受けていたらしい。

    筋力値

    • 筋力:E
    • 耐久:E
    • 敏捷:D
    • 魔力:C++
    • 幸運:B
    • 宝具:C+


    固有スキル

    • エンチャント

    他者や他者の持つ大切な物品に、強力な機能を付与する。基本的にはマスターを戦わせるための強化能力。彼自身は観客として戦闘を見物したり、心境をいちいち聞いたりしてマスターを苛立たせる。

    • 自己保存

    自身はまるで戦闘力がない代わりに、マスターが無事な限りは殆どの危機から逃れることができる。つまり、本人は全然戦わない。そのくせハイリスク・ハイリターンな戦術ばかりを好む。

    宝具

    • 国王一座(The Globe) - 威力:小

    ジェームズ一世が提唱したシェイクスピアの劇団。出現した役者が自在に姿を変え、対象を謀る。相手のよく知る人物を演じることもできるが、魔術の心得がある者は抵抗を試みる機会がある。

    • 開演の刻は来たれり、此処に万雷の喝采を(First Folio) - 威力:大

    結果を改ざんする本。目の前で起きた事象を、一定回数までやり直せる。何度戦っても敵わない相手には無力だが、倒せる可能性がある相手には有効。「NON SANZ DROICT(無権に非ず)」の詠唱がいる。

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    [v] Fate/Apocrypha material - CHARACTER Profile: Caster of "Red", p.102-103 [T]

    Caster of "Black" - Real name: Shakespeare

    • Height: 180cm
    • Weight: 75kg
    • Blood type: Unknown
    • Birthday: Unknown
    • Talents: Writing classic best sellers
    • Likes: Extra-ordinary, Deviation, Sticking out, Cheering and Applause
    • Dislike: Mediocre, Tranquil, Pedestrian, Booing
    • Image colour: Golden yellow
    • Enemy: Slump


    Comment from Yuichiro Higashide & Ototsugu Konoe

    “赤”のキャスター - 真名:シェイクスピア

    • 身長:180cm
    • 体重:75kg
    • 血液型:不明
    • 誕生日:不明
    • 特技:不朽のベストセラー作品の執筆
    • 好きなもの:非凡、逸脱、突出、拍手喝采
    • 苦手なもの:平凡、平穏、凡庸、ブーイング
    • イメージカラー:ゴールデンイエロー
    • 天敵:スランプ


    Comment from Yuichiro Higashide & Ototsugu Konoe

  6. Fate/Grand Order - EMIYA Interlude 1: Requirements of a Master
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 7.3
    [v] Fate/Apocrypha material - Encyclopedia: Caster of “Red” [Servant], p.150 [T]

    Caster of “Red” [Servant]
    One of the Servants and masterminds of the Red camp. He has the lowest position among the masterminds. After all, the way he betrayed his Master after saying “Hmm, this Master seems still and uninteresting. Eh? Saving the entire world? My, that seems fun. I’ll help, I’ll help!” is essentially the impulsive and unpredictable action of a young man.
    His true identity is the famous ultra-literary master, William Shakespeare. There’s no need to talk about the details about his background at this point; he’s one of the most well-known writers in the world, after all. Writer-type Servants are pretty much all idiosyncratic and hard to deal with, and naturally he’s also one of them. He has no fighting power, but he’s the best when it comes to powering up his Master. The more of a character that his Master is, the more his writing excels, or so he says. In other words, strengthening his Master and having him fight as an Assassin is Shakespeare’s style of fighting in a Holy Grail War. Naturally, no matter how much he strengthens his Master, the chances of them beating a Servant is extremely low—but it’s said that he managed to bring about that unlikely possibility just once in one of the subspecies Holy Grail Wars.
    He loves the stories he writes beyond anything else, and he spares no love for his characters. On the other hand, he finds mediocrity unpleasant. By the way, his definition of “mediocre” is not based on someone’s abilities or appearance. The ones he calls mediocre are the people who don’t decide, the people who don’t choose, the people who defer and put things on hold, and the people who aren’t deeply moved by the miracle of living every day.
    Though it’s repetitive to say, he has absolutely no fighting power. However, his fame has spread across almost the entire world, and the illusions created by the “theatrical troupe” are a form of magecraft that, though incapable of dealing direct damage, is perfect for wreaking chaos and confusion. Well, he also sometimes sends his own allies into disorder as well, though.
    The final words he said at the moment of his death are one of the few true and honest words said by this man who normally glosses everything over with beautiful lines of literary. Shakespeare actively worked as an actor alongside his career as a playwright. So he probably couldn’t help but burn with the desire to act as the leading actor on the grand stage of the Great Holy Grail War.
    Incidentally, in the prototype version of “Fate/Apocrypha”, his Noble Phantasm’s name was the same, but its role was greatly different. During the initial plot when Shakespeare was supposed to be an ally, there was a scenario where “just as the protagonist is about to die, his Servant Shakespeare activates his Noble Phantasm and somehow manages to find a way to survive”, but the idea was quickly discarded.

    “赤”のキャスター【サーヴァント】

  8. Fate/Apocrypha Volume 1, Chapter 4
  9. Fate/Apocrypha Volume 2, Chapter 3
  10. Fate/Grand Order - London: The Death World in the City of Demonic Fog, Section 6: London Night
  11. Fate/Grand Order - London: The Death World in the City of Demonic Fog, Section 7: One More Mystery
  12. Fate/Grand Order - London: The Death World in the City of Demonic Fog, Section 8: The Death of the Mage's Association
  13. Fate/Grand Order - London: The Death World in the City of Demonic Fog, Section 13: Beyond the Fog
  14. Fate/Grand Order - Salomon: The Grand Time Temple - Act 05: IV / Control Tower Barbatos
  15. Fate/Grand Order: Epic of Remnant - Shinjuku: Malignant Quarantined Demonic Realm, Chapter 2: Millenium Trap
  16. Fate/Grand Order: Epic of Remnant - Shinjuku: Malignant Quarantined Demonic Realm, Chapter 10: Prison Great Escape
  17. Fate/Grand Order: Epic of Remnant - Shinjuku: Malignant Quarantined Demonic Realm, Chapter 18: Great Detective's Great Deduction
  18. 18.0 18.1 Fate/Grand Order: Epic of Remnant - Salem: The Forbidden Advent Garden, Prologue
  19. [v] Fate/Apocrypha - Volume 2 - Character Profile: Caster of “Red” [T]

    Caster of “Red”
    The magus Heroic Spirit contracted with a magus hired by the Mage's Association. Though he is a Caster, he can use almost no magecraft.
    His objective in life is to spin a magnificent story, and plays a central role in supporting the Masters on the battlefield.
    He immerses himself in self-satisfaction by often using quotes suitable to the occasion from his own works.

    “赤”のキャスター

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    [v] Fate/Apocrypha material - Encyclopedia: Enchant [Skill], p.157 [T]

    Enchant [Skill]
    A skill belonging to Caster of Red, Shakespeare. It could also be called “Literary Masterpiece Endowment”. It consists of making a passionate poem that begins with the following preface: “I will now explain this person’s amazingness in minute detail, so please listen without thinking it tedious, everyone.” It can raise the sharpness of a blade by saying “it can cut all things” and increase the sturdiness of the blade by saying “it can receive all attacks”, but either way, it requires literary expression great enough to move the readers in order for it to take effect.
    For writers who have left their names in history, there is a good chance that they will possess such a skill or Noble Phantasm.
    For Shakespeare with his extraordinary fame, he can produce even Noble Phantasms of C~E rank. For making an E rank Noble Phantasm, it would be at the level of turning a pebble lying anywhere on the road into a Noble Phantasm. For D rank, it would be a mass-producible manufactured item like a modern weapon. To reach C rank, it needs to be weapon with sufficient spiritual status for a literary master like him to express.
    In this war, he used Enchant on “Miike Tenta Mitsuyo”, a famous sword said to have been the favorite blade of a certain one-eyed great swordsman. Naturally, it is C rank.

    エンチャント【スキル】

  21. Fate/Grand Order - Shinjuku Phantom Spirit Incident: Malignant Quarantined Demonic Realm
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Fate/Koha-Ace Main characters: Sakura SaberKohakuAkihaDemon ArcherArtoriaRiderOryuuCaren KotomineLancerMajor MatouBerserkerAssassinCasterMajor ReiterFuhrerLancer
Other characters: SaberDevil SaberSun Wukong
Others Association DirectorGazamyGrail-kunKischur Zelretch SchweinorgMagical AmberMagical CarenMoby DickNagato TohsakaNeco-ArcPhantas-MoonRaiga FujimuraSaber LionTyphonList of characters by statistics
Fate/stay night Shirou EmiyaRin TohsakaIllyasviel von EinzbernShinji MatouSouichirou KuzukiCasterKirei KotomineZouken MatouSakura MatouAtrum Galliasta
Ernest Gravehill
Fate/hollow ataraxia Bazett Fraga McRemitzCaren HortensiaEdelfelt sistersMaster of AssassinEinzbern Master
Fate/Zero Kiritsugu EmiyaKirei KotomineTokiomi TohsakaRyuunosuke UryuuWaver VelvetKariya MatouKayneth El-Melloi ArchibaldSola-Ui Nuada-Re Sophia-Ri
Fate/EXTRA Hakuno KishinamiRin TohsakaRani VIIILeonardo B. HarweyRun RuDan BlackmoreShinji MatouAliceJulius B. HarweyMonji GatouTwice H. PiecemanJinako CarigiriKiara SessyoinMeltryllisBBKazuhito SakagamiIzaya KiiLeila RaidouMisao AmariAtrum Galliasta
Fate/Apocrypha Kairi SisigouShirou KotomineRottweil BerzinskyJean RumPentel brothersFeend vor SembrenGordes Musik YggdmillenniaFiore Forvedge YggdmillenniaDarnic Prestone YggdmillenniaCelenike Icecolle YggdmillenniaRoche Frain YggdmillenniaCaules Forvedge YggdmillenniaReika RikudouSagara HyoumaSieg
Fate/Prototype Ayaka SajyouMisaya ReiroukanManaka SajyouSancraid PhahnAro IsemiElza SaijoNigel SawardMisaya's fatherShizuri IsemiSeiji JingaTatsumi Kitano
Lord El-Melloi II Case Files Doctor Heartless
Fate/Labyrinth Manaka SajyouNorma GoodfellowWolfgang Faustus
Fate/strange fake PlayerTiné ChelcTsubaki KuruokaOrlando ReeveJester KartureFlat EscardosWolfAyaka SajyouSigmaFaldeus DiolandCashuraFrancescaDoris LusendraHaruriBazdilot Cordelion
Fate/Grand Order Ritsuka FujimaruKirschtaria WodimeOphelia PhamrsoloneKadoc ZemlupusScandinavia PeperoncinoHinako AkutaBeryl GutDaybit Sem Void
Fate/Requiem Erice UtsumiKarinKoharu F RiedenflausChitose ManazuruMakkiKuchimeRurihimeAhasuerus
Fate/type Redline Kanata AkagiKanameMajor MagatsuMajor ReiterMaster of CasterMysterious Officer
Koha-Ace KohakuArtoriaMajor MatouCaren Kotomine
Fate/kaleid liner Class Card users: Illyasviel von EinzbernMiyu EdelfeltAngelicaBeatrice FlowerchildJulian AinsworthRin TohsakaLuviagelita EdelfeltShinji Matou
Classes SaberLancerArcherRiderCasterAssassinBerserker
RulerAvengerAlter EgoMoonCancerShielderBeastGrand Servant (Grand Caster) • SaverGunnerGatekeeperFunny VampFakerWatcherNon-classed Servants
Fate/stay night SaberLancerArcherRiderCasterAssassinBerserker
ArcherAssassin
Shielder
Fate/hollow ataraxia AvengerSaberAssassin
Fate/Zero SaberLancerArcherRiderCasterAssassinBerserker
Fate/EXTRA Playable Servants: SaberArcherCasterGilgameshSaberCasterSaberRuler
Party Servants: RiderRiderRulerSaberRiderLancerArcherBerserkerCasterBerserker
Non-Playable Servants: SaberLancerLancerArcherRiderCasterAssassinBerserkerBerserkerSaverRiderAssassinLancerSaberLancerBerserkerBerserkerArmstrong
Non-Playable CCC Servants: SaberLancerCasterLauncherBB
Alter Ego: PassionlipMeltryllisVioletKingproteaKazuradrop
Others: Saber
Fate/Apocrypha Black Faction: Saber of Black (Sieg) • Lancer of BlackArcher of BlackRider of BlackCaster of BlackAssassin of BlackBerserker of Black
Red Faction: Saber of RedLancer of RedArcher of RedRider of RedCaster of RedAssassin of RedBerserker of Red
Others: RulerRuler
Discarded designs: DavidMusashibou BenkeiGeorgiosSakata Kintoki
Fate/Prototype First Tokyo Holy Grail War Servants: SaberLancerArcherRiderCasterAssassinBerserker
Second Tokyo Holy Grail War Servants: SaberLancerArcherRiderCasterAssassinBerserkerBeast
Fate/strange fake False Servants: SaberFalse LancerFalse ArcherFalse RiderFalse CasterFalse AssassinFalse Berserker
True Servants: True ArcherTrue RiderTrue CasterTrue AssassinTrue BerserkerWatcher
Fate/Grand Order Saber: AstolfoAlteraArtoria PendragonArtoria Pendragon (Alter)Artoria Pendragon LilyBarghestBedivereBenienmaChevalier d'EonDiarmuid Ua DuibhneDioscuriFairy Knight GawainFergus mac RóichGaius Julius CaesarGilles de RaisIbuki-doujiJasonLancelotMiyamoto MusashiMordredNero ClaudiusNero BridePrince of LanlingRamaSaitou HajimeSenji MuramasaShiki RyougiSiegfriedSigurdSuzuka GozenWatanabe-no-TsunaYagyuu Munenori
Lancer: Artoria PendragonArtoria Pendragon (Alter)BradamanteBrynhildrCaenisCú ChulainnCú Chulainn (Prototype)Diarmuid Ua DuibhneElizabeth BathoryEnkiduEreshkigalErice UtsumiFairy Knight LancelotFionn mac CumhaillGarethHectorHouzouin InshunJaguar ManKarnaLeonidasMedusaMusashibou BenkeiNezhaParvatiPercivalQin LiangyuRomulusRomulus-QuirinusScáthachSakamoto RyoumaValkyrieVritra
Archer: ArashArjunaBaobhan SithAtalantaBilly the KidCalamity JaneChild-GilChironChloe von EinzbernDavidEMIYAEMIYA AlterEuryaleFairy Knight TristanFujino AsagamiGilgameshIshtarJames MoriartyNapoleonOda NobukatsuOda NobunagaOrion(Artemis)ParisRobin HoodSei ShounagonSuper OrionTawara ToutaTomoe GozenTristanZenobia
Rider: AchillesAlexanderArtoria Pendragon (Santa Alter)AstolfoBartholomew RobertsBonny and ReadBoudicaCaptain NemoChristopher ColumbusDobrynya NikitichEdward TeachEuropaFrancis DrakeHabetrotIvan the TerribleLeonardo da VinciMandricardoMarie AntoinetteMedbMedusaOzymandiasQuetzalcoatlRed HareGeorgiosMarthaSakamoto RyoumaSakata KintokiTaigong WangUshiwakamaru
Caster: Anastasia Nikolaevna RomanovaArtoria AvalonAvicebronCharles BabbageChen GongCirceCú ChulainnGeronimoGilgameshGilles de RaisHans Christian AndersenHelena BlavatskyIllyasviel von EinzbernIrisviel (Dress of Heaven)Izumo-no-OkuniLeonardo da VinciMedeaMedea LilyMephistophelesMerlinMerlin (Prototype)Miss CraneMurasaki ShikibuNitocrisNursery RhymeQueen of ShebaScáthach SkadiScheherazadeSiegSolomonTamamo-no-MaeThomas EdisonWilliam ShakespeareParacelsus von HohenheimWolfgang Amadeus MozartXuanzang SanzangZhuge Liang (Lord El-Melloi II)
Berserker: AsteriosAtalanta AlterBeowulfCaligulaChachaCú Chulainn AlterDarius IIIEric BloodaxeFlorence NightingaleFrankenstein's MonsterHeraclesHijikata ToshizoGalateaIbaraki-doujiKijyo KoyoKiyohimeLancelotLu BuMinamoto-no-RaikouMorganMysterious Heroine X AlterPenthesileaPaul BunyanSakata KintokiSalomeSpartacusTamamo CatVlad IIIXiang Yu
Assassin: CarmillaCharles-Henri SansonCharlotte CordayCleopatraConsort YuDr. JekyllEMIYAFuuma KotarouHassan of the Cursed ArmHassan of the Hundred FacesHassan of SerenityJack the RipperJing KeKamaKatō DanzōKiichi HougenKing HassanKoyanskaya of LightMata HariMochizuki ChiyomeMysterious Heroine XOkada IzouOsakabehimePhantom of the OperaSasaki KojirouSemiramisShiki RyougiShuten-doujiSthenoWu ZetianYan Qing
Ruler: Amakusa Shirou TokisadaAmourHimikoJeanne d'ArcSherlock HolmesQin Shi Huang
Avenger: Amakusa Shirou TokisadaAngra MainyuAntonio SalieriBlack IriEdmond DantèsGorgonHessian LoboJeanne AlterMysterious Ranmaru XSpace IshtarTaira-no-Kagekiyo
Alter Ego: Ashiya DoumanKiara SessyoinKingproteaMecha Eli-chanMecha Eli-chan MkIIMeltryllisOkita Souji AlterPassionlipSitonai
MoonCancer: BBKiara Sessyoin
Foreigner: Abigail WilliamsBB PeleKatsushika HokusaiKoyanskaya of DarknessJacques de MolayMysterious Heroine XXMysterious Idol X AlterVan GoghVoyagerYang Guifei
Pretender: Oberon
Beast: GoetiaTiamatKiara Sessyoin (Beast III/R)Kama/MaraCath PalugTamamo Vitch KoyanskayaU-Olga Marie
Fate/Requiem VoyagerBerserkerSaberLancerCasterAnubisUnnamed female ServantAssassinAvengerRiderHendrik van der DeckenBarbarossaCirceEdward TeachEl CidJacques de MolayHannibalMarcus Vipsanius AgrippaMinamoto Kurou YoshitsuneElizabeth BathoryMata HariForeignerAsclepiusOdysseus
Fate/type Redline SaberArcherBerserkerAssassinCasterRiderLancer
Fate/kaleid liner Fifth Holy Grail War Class Cards: Archer (Gilgamesh) • Assassin (AssassinAssassin) • SaberLancerArcherRiderCasterBerserker
Unknown Holy Grail War Class Cards: AssassinBerserkerBerserker
Koha-Ace Sakura SaberMusashiLancerDemon ArcherDevil SaberRiderCasterAssassin]] • BerserkerSun WukongLancer
Others Saber LionFakerOthersServants of Fate/Grand Order x Himuro's World
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