Zepia Eltnam Atlasia (ズェピア・エルトナム・アトラシア, Zwepia Erutonamu Atorashia?) is the head of Atlas in Fate Worlds. In Fate Worlds, the title of Dead Apostle Ancestor does not exist, and although Zepia became a Vampire, he has not left Altas like his Tsukihime World counterpart, Night of Wallachia
Zepia came to recognize Sion as his most talented descendent and adopted her as his daughter, giving her the name Sion Eltnam Sokaris. He remained the Director of Atlas until the Incineration of Humanity in 2016, during which the Atlas Temple became displaced from its own time period and caused a temporal aberration within the Egyptian territory in the Camelot Singularity.
The Fate timeline Zepia had maintained his sanity and was a nurturing paternal figure to Sion, unlike his Tsukihime counterpart. He showed remarkable concern for Sion and seemingly humanity as a whole, as he allowed her to leave Atlas in order to provide aid to Chaldea against the Alien God.
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Zepia was a dead apostle, although unlike his Tsukihime parallel, this Zepia did not allow his bloodthirst to consume him. Instead, he had managed to create a synthetic blood formula that could easily sustain his centuries long life studying in the seculsion of Atlas.
|Child of Ainnash • Curry de Marche • Jester Karture • Satsuki Yumizuka • Shirley • Sion Eltnam Atlasia • Maiko Yamase • Odd Borzak|
|The Twenty-seven Dead Apostle Ancestors|
| Primate Murder • The Dark Six • Brunestud of the Crimson Moon • Kischur Zelretch Schweinorg • ORT • Rizo-Waal Strout • Ainnash • Forest of Ainnash • Fina-blood Svelten • Altrouge Brunestud • Nrvnqsr Chaos • Louvre • Stanrobe Calhin • TATARI • Dust of Osiris • Van-Fem • Rita Rozay-en • Gransurg Blackmore • Trhvmn Ortenrosse • Enhance • Merem Solomon • Sumire • El Nahat • Caubac Alcatraz|
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