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Back at the main entrance, Shirou and Archer continue to battle, with Archer activating his Unlimited Blade Works and slowly gaining the upper hand. He also makes various comments on events from Extra though he technically isn't the same character as Nameless. As their swords clash, Shirou begins to see Archer's memories and becomes aware of what his future holds in store for him. Archer and Rin try to provide support for Saber, but Berserker constantly winds up being unaffected by their strikes, due to his Noble Phantasm, God Hand, which grants him automatic resurrection and immunity to lower level attacks. Choosing him for his vast strength and choosing the class to have a puppet unable to betray them like Kiritsugu in the previous war, they begin to prepare Ilya and Berserker as the strongest Master and Servant pair. AD - Forbidden Garden of Descent - Salem - "Heretical Salem" An impenetrable black expanse has emerged in Massachusetts with the legendary Salem witch hunts awaiting inside; the protagonist must survive its horrific violence and learn the secrets of Abigail Williams, a young girl who seemingly has ties to powers far beyond her comprehension. The protagonists end up using it to escape Chaldea after Anastasia takes over, diving into the Imaginary Numbers dimension to escape the Oprichniki, with it becoming their new base.

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He was able to do so due to the strength of his heart; a heart which suffered the pain of going berserk since his early days as a hero. He is identified as the most manly character in the story of Fate. Berserker is initially summoned by Ilya in the Einzbern family castle two months before the start of the Holy Grail War.

He is specifically summoned as Berserker, utilizing a slab of stone from a temple of Heracles for a catalyst. Choosing him for his vast strength and choosing the class to have a puppet unable to betray them like Kiritsugu in the previous war, they begin to prepare Ilya and Berserker as the strongest Master and Servant pair.

Lacking any support from the Grail, Ilya is forced to provide the entirety of his energy, keeping her in constant pain. Part of their training involves abandoning them in the Einzbern wasteyard, where only Berserker can keep them alive.

He attacks any enemies, and she bears the pain of his movements draining her life away. The process slowly becomes special to him without his knowing. She hates whining, so she insults him instead, scorning his ugliness and cursing his existence. His existence causes her to suffer, so she hates him and keeps him in constant madness as a form of revenge.

He knows it is only her desperate opposition, a way to hide the fact that she is fated to have nothing. The burden on her begins to lessen as the Grail begins to show signs of appearing. After a particularly desperate battle where his body is severely torn from fending off wolves, where she began to scream for his sake rather than her own and endure the pain of his movement for his sake, she acknowledges him with the words: After arriving in Fuyuki, Ilya and Berserker engage Lancer at some undetermined point.

Lancer then leaves the battle unfinished in accordance with the command from his Master, Kirei Kotomine. They also attempt to storm Ryuudou Temple to slay Caster, but Berserker is forced back by Assassin and Caster's magecraft weighing him down. Shirou, Saber , and Rin encounter Ilya and Berserker for the first time when preparing to head home after leaving the church.

Ilya quickly has him attack after a brief introduction, and he meets Saber in battle. He easily overwhelms her with his power and speed, and she is left on the defensive the entire fight.

Rin tries to damage him with her magecraft after Saber is thrown back by a brutal strike, but God Hand prevents it from doing any damage. As Berserker continues his rush, he lands a major blow that she cannot block. He simply stands still afterward, awaiting Ilya's orders.

Confident in his strength, she casually reveals his identity as Heracles. She commands him to deal the final blow and cut off her head, but Shirou pushes her out of the way and has a large chunk taken from his stomach. Ilya retreats afterward, disinterested in fighting any longer and confused by his actions. Ilya later appears before Shirou without Berserker during the day, and she has her Servant kill Shinji Matou after the defeat of Rider.

She kidnaps Shirou afterward due to her interest in him. Berserker is sent to attack them as they later make their escape, but Archer is left behind to face him. While the others get away, Archer and Berserker battle, resulting in Berserker being grievously wounded after being killed six times and Archer defeated.

Ilya's shock at an unknown hero being able to accomplish such a feat keeps her from acting until morning, and although Berserker believes even Excalibur cannot defeat him, he cautions her that he should still face Saber at full strength. It would take three days to fully heal, so Ilya reprimands him and tells him that five lives will be enough. Finally acting, the two proceed after their targets and quickly find them. She has Berserker utilize his full strength, and he once again meets Saber in combat.

She faces him head-on, but quickly reaches the limits of her dwindling energy. Shirou tries to support her with an arrow, but Berserker continues to push her back without even taking notice. Saber finally manages to push him back, giving Rin a chance to use ice magecraft from a jewel. It manages to hurt him, but he destroys most of the ice, giving him an opportunity to grab her.

He is unable to crush her due to reinforcing herself with jewels on her stomach, and she unleashes four jewels at once to destroy his head. Displaying the resurrection of God Hand, he resumes his grip on her after his head is restored. Saber and Shirou attack him, but they are unable to even cause him to loosen his grip, let alone harm him. Shirou projects Caliburn in desperation, allowing him to sever Berserker's arm.

Berserker attacks him ferociously afterward, but another projected Caliburn is able to block the strikes. He is soon quickly overwhelmed, but Saber also grabs onto the sword and utilizes it to smash through the Axe-sword, slash into his body, and release a light that kills him seven times over. Defeated and freed from his madness as he crumbles into sand, Berserker comments on the sword, noting that it was indeed simply an illusion brought forth by Shirou.

As his chest splits open, he says that such an illusion should not be underestimated because of the unexpected damage it caused him. His existence then disperses into the air. The first encounter with Berserker differs due to Archer not being injured at the time. Archer supports Saber by firing arrows at Berserker while she fights him at close range, but they are unable to pierce Berserker's skin.

She is pushed back even with further support from Rin, and she is blown away by a powerful strike as part of a plan to overpower him. The fight moves towards the graveyard due to that, where she manages to get an advantage over Berserker by utilizing the gravestones as cover. While chopping through the gravestones is trivial for him, it provides the slight advantage she needs to overpower him.

The fight continues until Saber gets a chance to perform a decisive strike, but Archer fires Caladbolg II , planning to hit both Servants if possible. Berserker realizes the danger it poses to him, and he intercepts it before it can hit him. It causes a massive conflagration in the graveyard, but Berserker emerges unscathed.

Ilya is surprised by this interesting turn of events, so she decides to retreat because fighting them is no longer a boring chore that she wishes to get out of the way.

She does not care about Saber, but finds Archer's ability to possibly damage him interesting. Many days later, after Caster has taken Saber and Archer , Rin and Shirou decide to look towards Ilya and Berserker for an alliance, believing that Heracles knowing Medea from the Argo Expedition would make him her worst enemy.

They instead find Berserker battling Gilgamesh under the orders of Shinji Matou , Berserker making a desperate death charge with no hope of winning.

He can only charge through the torrent of weapons from the Gate of Babylon because Ilya may die otherwise, expending his lives while slowly making his way towards the opponent. It is evident to all, even himself in his maddened state, that he holds no chance of victory, but he still walks forward while ignoring the stream of weapons piercing his body.

Gilgamesh eventually grows bored and plans to finish him off, but Berserker surprises him by continuing to advance even after that simply through willpower. It is a battle where Berserker will win upon reaching his enemy, killing him before he is killed by him. Approaching the enemy before his life ends, it is a battle where the one to accomplish their goal is the one to win.

Gilgamesh makes use of Enkidu , which bound the Bull of Heaven , after Berserker has died ten times and is about to strike after a particularly desperate charge.

Though it should be impossible, Berserker resists even the binding force from the chains, and even Gilgamesh acknowledges that it will not be enough. Ilya tries to get him to retreat through the power of a Command Spell , but the chains keep him bound despite that. Gilgamesh makes the seeming final strike, piercing him with twenty-two weapons while still bound. As he dies, Berserker remembers their first two months together, seeing her tears for the first time since then as she runs towards him.

After Ilya is blinded and stabbed through a lung, he summons his strength to break the chains as she continues to crawl towards him even in that state. Gilgamesh simply pierces his heart with Gae Bolg , and the attack truly kills him. Though he is out of power and should instantly fall, his remaining will allows him to comfort Ilya in her final moments.

Fighting all the laws destroying him, he watches her call out for him, standing strong as if to say he must remain invincible for her until the very end.

She eventually reaches him and takes comfort in that he has not been defeated yet and that he is strong like always. She peacefully sleeps in comfort as Berserker fades away, and Gilgamesh rips out her heart. The first encounter with Berserker is the same as that of the Fate route. During the time Shirou spends bonding with Ilya, she mentions that he sleeps most of the day and awakes at night, and she does not take him with her when they are not participating in battle.

Shirou and Rin attempt to find Ilya after the truth behind Sakura Matou and Zouken Matou is discovered, believing Zouken to be too dangerous an opponent to let Ilya fight without any warning. They are too late, and the Shadow appears before the Einzbern Castle. Berserker, even without reason, is able to instinctively tell that the Shadow is not an opponent he can beat due to its advantage over Servants, so he tells her to run.

Ilya is more afraid of losing her Servant to the command of the Shadow than actual defeat, so she attempts to flee with him. They are intercepted by Zouken and True Assassin , but Assassin has no chance to even fight before Berserker's intimidating presence causes him to back down. The Shadow and Saber Alter eventually arrive, bringing about a situation where Berserker must fight in order to protect Ilya, even against her orders to retreat.

Saber is able to fight Berserker directly, and her advantage increases as the Shadow begins to cover his body and restrain his limbs. Though Ilya pleads for him to run, he continues battling in order to protect her. He goes as far as ripping the Shadow from his legs and chest, but such a thing should not be possible.

He is forced to rip his own flesh apart deep enough to show bone in order to remove it, and then proceeds to the final clash with Saber. Utilizing Excalibur Morgan , she meets his charge and overwhelms him, leaving him defeated for the Shadow to absorb. Due to Sakura gaining more control over the Shadow as she becomes more attune to it, she does not absorb Berserker, trapping him within her like Saber.

He is not cleanly blackened like her, instead emerging covered in mud and with the wounds from Saber untouched. Berserker no longer has any of his little sense remaining, and he no longer has senses left within his eyes, nose, or mouth. He cannot see, leaving him to rage towards the target blindly, and he cannot even recognize Ilya.

He is a monster only capable of destruction, and he is let loose on Shirou and Kirei Kotomine as they attempt to rescue Ilya. They are able to keep ahead of him due to his blindness because he is impeded by every tree he crashes through. Kotomine splits from them to engage Assassin, while Shirou and Ilya are left without a way to escape after Berserker catches up with them.

Shirou manages to avoid a fatal blow by strengthening a Black Key , but he is thrown far away due to Berserker's strike. Ilya is astonished at his form, his red eyes only emitting hostility, and fruitlessly attempts to get him to recognize her. Berserker immediately strikes down at her, and Shirou is forced to project his Axe-sword to save her in time without being overwhelmed. It proves to be an inferior copy, shattering instantly under Berserker's strength.

They manage to get enough time to retreat, and Shirou makes a resolution to utilize Archer's arm to combat him. Shirou engages him from thirty meters away, reproducing the Axe-sword with Berserker's strength to keep from being overwhelmed by it.

Berserker recognizes him as a threat, charging at the opponent in his mind. Still fighting the battle with Saber, he charges to protect Ilya despite being blind, insane, and having a rotting body. Shirou utilizes Nine Lives Blade Works to delivers eight massive strikes that destroy eighty percent of his body, but it still doesn't stop his charge.

Shirou is unable to land the final strike before Berserker's strike, but Ilya gets him to halt his strike at the last moment by appearing before him, giving Shirou the opportunity to land the final blow and have Berserker crumble to dust without further resistance. His red eyes, focusing on Ilya, tell Shirou to protect her as they fade away. As he is summoned by Illya, Berserker's sanity is taken away and even he is uncertain of his real identity. All Berserker has is pure rage, except for one tranquil place in his heart whenever he sees Illya.

The voice of Illya helps Berserker to remember his regrets and lamentation for not being able to protect his loved one.

He desires to protect her, and his resolve is that of a hero who floats in the depths of madness. Berserker and Illya later confront Shirou and Saber, and Berserker is blinded by Saber's silver radiance.

He remembers fighting against this type of enemy before, and considers her to be a dangerous enemy. In addition, Illya is frightened of Saber, so he instinctively fights Saber and wins.

His final opponent is Gilgamesh. Illya is surprised to see that an eighth servant exists. Berserker knows Gilgamesh to be the most evil and the most powerful enemy he will face, and he can tell from Gilgamesh's eyes that he seeks Illya's death. He can tell that Gilgamesh isn't a normal enemy, and that he will have to prove his worth as a hero to surpass Gilgamesh.

Berserker reacts to Gilgamesh's murderous intent, and enters battle. When the battle is over, his body is etched with countless wounds and it becames hard to tell if it is his own blood or the enemy's. Illya touches Berserker and praises his strength, her voice reaching his heart, and Berserker knows that this is the end. A gentle warmth and peace console his bestial heart. He feels relief, a feeling that a hero has not enjoyed for a very long time.

Illya thanks Berserker and says her farewell to him, using all her Command Spells to order Berserker to commit suicide by crushing his own heart.

As he dies, he witnesses Illya wearing the Dress of Heaven , and laments as his consciousness fades: He has a personality of a gentlemen which often shocks other characters. He is often seen carrying a rose in his hand. In his ending, Berserker wished to become Illya's butler and retained his sanity.

When manifested, he has the same appearance as he normally does in the Berserker class. He does not have his axe-sword, instead only using his fists to fight and God Hand to revive. As he continues to battle, his elbow protrusions begin to grow into a number of spikes and similar protrusions begin to grow on his body.

Miyu is completely overwhelmed by Berserker after she manages to kill him once with Gae Bolg. Installing the Saber Class Card is able to allow her to fight him back and strike with Excalibur, but it proves ineffective in fully killing him. Heracles is defeated by Artoria Alter and turned into a Shadow Servant. However, he doesn't openly attack others and keeps to himself. Due to the threat he poses, the Protagonist's party choose to not to go after him, leaving him alone.

They search for the Ark and face the Protagonist's party. Heracles battles many of the other Servants, at one point being intentionally pierced with Hector's Noble Phantasm, Durindana , along with Asterios and sinking into the ocean.

Heracles is finally defeated when he is lured into touching the Ark, that drains him of all his remaining lives. In his first interlude Oath of Heracles , Heracles is in France with Ritsuka and Mash, and they go to rescue a nearby village being attacked by wild beasts. After killing a number of the beasts, the group notice a scared girl, who Heracles runs towards. Initially worried that he was going after the girl, the group notice that he was going after to kill a beast that was behind the girl.

After Mash has the girl run off to safety, the group soon become surrounded by enemies, which are soon slain by the group.

Returning to Chaldea, Romani reveals Heracles didn't attack the girl from before due his Madness Enhancement Skill being weak due to it being lowered so not to consume so much Magical Energy.

Ritsuka then states their belief that Heracles wouldn't have attacked the girl if he were truly mad, though Romani expresses his doubt. In his second interlude The 13th Labor , Heracles, with Ritsuka and Mash, rayshifts to the cavern of the Greater Grail due an odd response that Romani detected, which he suspects being remneants of the Singularity or a dimensional disturbance. However, the response turns out to be a trap left by Lev Lainur Flauros that caused the group to fight enemies for three days and nights.

Angry that they fell for Lev's trap, Romani further reveals that the exit is blocked by enemies, and that the group is trapped inside a magical dimenison. After the group defeats more enemies, Romani tells the group that they need to restore Heracles' Madness Enchancement in order to have chance of escaping. Romani continues that they need a large source of Magical Energy, and warns Ritsuka and Mash that tragedy always happened when Heracles went mad in life.

Though Mash is against such a plan, Ritsuka decides to go with it, and asks Romani how to proceed. Romani tells Ritsuka to add the line for Madness Enhancement to the original summoning chant.

But, a dragon appears before the group, which forces Ritsuka to speak the line for Madness Enhancement to restore Heracles' own Madness Enhancement. However, after slaying the dragon, Heracles continues his rampage, but he is stopped when Ritsuka faints due to using all of their Magical Energy. Despite though, he slays all the remaining monsters in order for the group to escape.

Heracles is an exceptional Heroic Spirit, considered to be the most famous of all Heroic Spirits by Illya and close to the strongest of them.

While an exceptional Heroic Spirit under normal conditions, being inflicted with Mad Enhancement that reinforces ability at the cost of sanity allows him to be called an untouchable monster. He would have the ability to cancel the control of Command Spells in the case of a normal Master, but Ilya is able to control him due to her Command Spells being special as the person acting as the Holy Grail. Although the very core of his reason has managed to remain, the heart of the brave warrior has been painted over by Mad Enhancement, rendering his Bravery skill unable to take effect.

Displaying his brave and daring spirit, he would normally be able to neutralize mental interference like suppression, confusion and charm, and he would display increased damage upon opponents in unarmed melee combat that allowed him to have defeated several monsters empty-handed in life.

Berserker possesses none of the rationality or concepts like notions of detailed tactics of his normal very adept and skilled self. He is an existence that can only utterly defeat the enemy from the front as directed by Ilya while leaving everything to his physical ability and brandishing his weapon to strike.

Even in this state, he still manages to demonstrate hand-to-hand combat abilities superior to every Servant. With the Noble Phantasm God Hand providing great defense against attacks, he is able to fight without even thinking of defense.

It was originally part of the foundations of a temple that the Einzbern family carved out in preparation for summoning him, and the sword itself was eventually used as the catalyst. He brandishes it with ease due to his extreme strength, and he causes large amounts of destruction with each swing. He is able to easily push back even strong opponents who are capable of blocking his strikes, and he is able to fling Saber dozens of feet away even when she manages to properly block his stronger strikes.

It is a brutish weapon more like a rock than an axe, and it can only be considered a weapon due to his extreme strength that allows him to wield it, suiting him perfectly despite being unconventional. It works on the same principle as prehistoric flint weapons unearthed in Northern Europe in that stone weapons broke easily because they were inherently brittle, had low lethality, and did not see widespread use, but Berserker compensates for the shortcomings with the sheer mass of the stone.

Each of his attacks is a fatal blow that needs to be blocked or dodged. Despite his large body and sword, he is easily able to overwhelm Saber under Shirou with speed exceeding her own. Unlike his sealed Bravery skill, Eye of the Mind False remains active due to it being nearly an instinct.

It is danger avoidance based on intuition that was gained throughout his many ordeals and adventures. As said by the resident harem series protagonist himself: They are Servants, heroic spirits of the past, you know? Compared to normal people, they are somewhat warped in the head, to a certain extent. Physical abilities, mental ability, skills, berserking If you accept chocolates from those girls I will say it plainly - it will be a terrible situation. But later on it's revealed that it was a cover-up for Jeanne Alter's real plan, which was to summon fake Servants to accompany her.

EMIYA, being a former eroge game protagonist points that she's been gathering a harem and wonders if she's actually trying to become an otome game protagonist. She of course denies it. Xuanzang debuts here with the game's characters humorously filling in for Xuanzang's disciples.

When the protagonist and Mash return to Chaldea at the end of the prologue, the world has ended and all that's left is Chaldea. All of human history is vanishing as well, Chaldea is temporarily a sustained paradox. Chaldea Summer Part 2 begins when your party sails away for a day and end up going back to the tropical island after years have passed. The boars evolved into an intelligent race but then their civilization collapsed.

The forces of the Lostbelt have completely wiped everything off the world by the end of the prologue for Cosmos in the Lostbelt. All Just a Dream: Mysterious Heroine X's storyline throughout her three interludes turns out to be this at the end. The Garden of Order event took place in Ryougi's dream as she fell into a deep sleep to avoid being killed by Solomon's burning the Earth.

This is only explained in an interview and is never hinted anywhere in the event itself. The Prison Tower storyline takes place in a dream, with Mash and co. Near the endgame, Mash has several dreams sent by Solomon, with him trying to persuade her into joining him. All Myths Are True: The Grail summons a Servant based on in-universe perceptions, concepts, and historical fact, so Servants drawn from mythology or stories are often a hodgepodge of every single story told about them.

Some profiles even admit that the Servant is fictional i. Assassin of Shinjuku or are in an ambiguous state on which stories were true or made up Brynhild is the most glaring example. Most legendary figures were alive at some point in in-universe history and eventually turned into a Heroic Spirit who can be summoned by the player. The same applies to most pre-twentieth century literary figures with Literary Agent Hypothesis , such as Edmond Dantes, Frankenstein's Monster, and the Phantom of the Opera.

Holmes muses on this and its implications regarding him as a fictional character in a trial quest. He comes to the conclusion that the universe doesn't want him examining this too closely. He does admit that that just because a myth isn't true in one world, it might be in an Alternate Universe.

This turns out to be true in the case of Kojiro Sasaki. Laputa shows up as part of the chapter's finale. It's later revealed that Scheherazade used her Noble Phantasm to create these legendary locations in that area, modifying them for the narrative she was making and so they might not have actually existed in the Nasuverse.

As of Epic of Remnant 4, the Cthulhu Mythos is apparently real, at least some parts. More specifically, the Cthulhu Mythos itself might not be real, but Lovecraft seemed to have been inspired by dreams of very real beings from an outer universe, meaning that they are fictional works based on a real thing out there. All There in the Manual: The head writer, Kinoko Nasu, occasionally posts a blog entry on the main story, clarifying background details and explaining some events that were implied but not explicitly shown in the game.

His blog entry for Camelot explains what happened to the other Knights of the Round Table that Lion King summoned, what happened before the city of Camelot was established, and how several Servants were in the circumstances they were in at the story's beginning.

There's a short story about the time Anchin visited Chaldea once, where every female Servant save for Mash is attracted to him at first glance. Anchin is gay and attracted to Sasaki Kojirou. The blog entry for Babylonia includes an explanation for Humanity Foundation Value and how it's ranked, what damage is done in the Londinium, Camelot, and Babylonia singularities, the relation between Clairvoyants Gilgamesh and Merlin, the revival of a dead Humbaba and how Ibaraki-douji's bandit gang kept it imprisoned, and how Enkidu summoned by the Earth as a servant would be on the same level as Arcueid Brunestud.

Nasu's details on Camelot in particular explains that due to how improbable the presence of Lion King was EX Rank , all damaged caused by her appearance is undone.

This includes deaths, which are normally set in stone the moment they die in a Singularity. One went up a few weeks after SE. PH's release to expand on the conversion of Seraphix into a sub-singularity and reveal a few plot details that hadn't been in the story proper. Nearly every original Servant has a second Noble Phantasm unused in gameplay.

Several Servants also have skills unavailable to them. Relationships between Servants that were not seen before in-game. All the Worlds Are a Stage: The final Order, Grand Time Temple Salomon , has areas based off all of the previous singularities, with a Demon Pillar guarding each one.

This does little to inconvenience him. Tiamat's spawn seemingly speak in gibberish when first introduced, but the English letters of their gibberish correspond to the hiragana of a Japanese computer keyboard. How it becomes like this, I understand, I understand The first Lostbelt has the subtitle "Princess of the Land of Beast" is obviously pointing that the Lostbelt is inhabited by the wolfmen race Yaga, but there's another way to see it.

Generally, most Servants differ in their appearances throughout the main story because the Heroic Spirit residing inside the Throne of Heroes is seperate from the copy created through a "Saint Graph" which contains various things like memories and information and can be modified by outside forces, unlike the Throne. The reason Chaldea is able to summon anomalies like Cu Chulainn Alter , Assassin Emiya, and the various swimsuit Servants is because they scanned their Saint Graphs into their database for summoning, allowing them to ignore the prerequisite conditions that created them in the first place for summoning.

However, not necessarily everything from a previous self is retained when summoning a Servant again, resulting in some minor confusion. Certain Servants do recall memories of their previous summonings but refers them as their past selves. Those who had been loyal to their previous Master may remain loyal and claim them better than the Chaldean Master like Tamamo-no-Mae , although some just let go and leave that to their past selves, and grow more attached to their current Master.

The Lion King in Camelot is an Altria Pendragon who never died after the Battle of Camlann due to Bedivere not throwing Excalibur into the lake and instead ultimately became a goddess thanks to the holy spear Rhongomyniad influencing her. It's noted in-story that the circumstances of her existence make her unique amongst all other Altrias and that the summonable Lancer Altria Pendragon, while very similar, is still ultimately a different person.

If summoned before Babylonia, Ishtar averts this as she recognizes the protagonist and reminisces about some of the feats they did in that Singularity, much to their confusion. However, this does not apply to summoning her after doing the Singularity. It's noted that the Lostbelts actively mess with the Saint Graphs of Servants summoned by the World and as a result, their connection to their selves from previous meetings with the protagonists and even their own history is very fuzzy.

PH two distinct selves who end up connecting with the protagonist in different ways. In order to strengthen Anastasia, Kadoc used a variant of the summoning ritual as if to make her a Servant from the Lostbelt timeline and warped her Saint Graph. This does not apply to the Anastasia you can summon and she recognizes that the one summoned under Kadoc antagonized Chaldea and tries to apologize for what she technically did.

The Lostbelt Kings like Ivan the Terrible and Scathach Skadi are Servants from a Lostbelt timeline and are different existences from their proper timeline counterparts. Since many of the Servants come from works that are themselves Alternate Timelines, and they can often remember those timelines; it is difficult to differentiate whose history belongs where. Roman refers to these differences as "part of the same time cluster" and are "forgivable" by the World.

The female version of Miyamoto Musashi comes from her own timeline which was implied to be pruned at some point. In addition, the sub-singularity she appears in is its own separate timeline, which is plot-critical, as the villains are taking direct advantage of that to interfere with history.

The Lostbelts are alternate Timelines that have replaced proper history in a certain area on Earth. The years attached to them aren't what time you're going to. It's when the timeline was changed. The Shinjuku sub-singularity has been mysteriously made to always be nighttime. Inhabitants of the city have gotten used to it and even forgotten what daytime is like. Though oddly the trailer for this chapter depicts Shinjuku during sunset.

Once Abigail awakens her powers, the courtroom she's in is partially transformed into an endless void with hundreds of glowing white keyholes.

When the protagonist and Mash ask Holmes if he actually existed, he dodges the question to point out that while there's no evidence of his existence, there isn't any of most mythical heroes either, so he shouldn't be considered special in this regard. What's more, aspects are added to their legend long after they would have died even if they did exist.

The truth is that there's tangible evidence and artifacts among mages, but Holmes is keeping that kind of thing a secret from Chaldea for now for complicated Magibabble reasons.

While the conversation leading to this seems to imply that Holmes may be fictional as no such evidence for him exists, the quest ends with Moriarty and Holmes bickering in a way that was specifically not present in any stories about them and therefore shouldn't be part of their relationship if they were just fabricated whole cloth. His monologue to himself suggests that it's related to the fact that there are parallel worlds, the Pruning Phenomenon, and that the Ages of Gods still exists beneath the world of man and held back by the Holy Spear.

Chapter 5 is set in , but being a singularity, almost all of America's history has blended together with towns based off the Wild West, a castle in Denver wired with electricity and guarded by police with robot suits, Alcatraz and Washington D.

The first thing that alerts the heroes of the anachronism is when Nightingale yells about sanitary procedure and the danger of bloodletting at Benjamin Rush.

The seventh singularity is named Babylonia which is set in Mesopotamia during Gilgamesh's rule. However, the singularity is set in B. Babylonia has existed around B. Likewise, Ishtar's relation with Gilgamesh is based on Akkadian interpretation of Epic of Gilgamesh , as it was her Sumerian counterpart Inanna who tries to seduce Gilgamesh in the original story.

Wu Zetian, the empress of the Tang Dynasty, being in charge of the Nightless City of the Han Dynasty in Agartha is a subtle indicator that the fantasy lands aren't real. In Salem, the buildings being inconsistent with historical records, the records found by Mata Hari on the townspeople not matching up with Chaldea's data, and a wharf that wasn't even built during the time of the Witch Trials leads the party to the conclusion that they aren't in the actual Salem of but an elaborate illusion imposed upon the area to make it function as one.

The real Grand Order, which is Goetia's way of ensuring that all seventy-two of his Pillars can be in the right place and time to create the Singularities. To do this, he created a compulsion within Magic Crests to prevent the owner from committing suicide, and then propagated the belief that magi must absolutely pass on their genes and sire a bloodline that can last forever.

As these values and propaganda ensure that Goetia's seventy-two chosen bloodlines will last for three thousand years, all he then needs to do is activate the Demon Pillars within their Magic Crests during the right time period, effectively turning those bloodlines into his unwitting agents for the Human Order's destruction.

Virtually every value that the Mage's Association holds dear was instilled by Goetia for his grand plan to remake the world. And I Must Scream: The Lahmus that appear in the latter half of Babylonia are processed from human beings.

Several are shown to be non-violent or briefly turn against their programming that orders them to kill everything , with the human still being conscious and trapped in their own bodies that seek only slaughter. And Your Reward Is Clothes: All Servants are subjected to wardrobe changes after Ascension i. Others, however, may actually lose their initial clothes in exchange for either Power Tattoo or something else, becoming Stripperific in the process. Special Servant Costume Dresses are rewarded for clearing certain conditions.

Of course, accessing these requires a that you actually summoned the Servant it's for, and b some varying ascension materials. Mash's sundress "Swimsuit of Perpetual Summer" is unlocked by clearing a challenge quest of the Summer quest rerun in Medb's dominatrix get-up "Alluring Chief Warden Look" is unlocked by beating a challenge quest in the actual Summer event. Shinjuku " can be bought as a prize in the Da Vinci Event rerun in January Arthur Pendragon gets a white suit "White Rose" for White Day , and could be obtained by exchanging the seventh Rose given during the event.

The PVs animated by ufotable have much better animations than the PV made by A-1, the official partner studio. Amusingly, starting with the America trailer, A-1 Pictures increased the animation quality of their previews to one-up ufotable. The new opening for Cosmos in the Lostbelt is made by Studio Troyca and it also has much better animation than the first opening by A For the animation update for Altria, people also noticed that her sprites got a drastic modification, making her a lot thinner, compared to the original sprite which several fans thought was very similar to a penguin.

Almost all new Servants after launch have more elaborate attack animations compared to the original set of 59 Servants to attract more players and more money. The original set of Sabers use the same basic animations for attacks, but Okita, Mordred, etc. Her playable Avenger counterpart has new attack animations, and a completely different looking Noble Phantasm that only hits one enemy. Several Servants from the original base game have had their battle animations updated to have more visual flair and homage their moves from other Fate media.

Due to several Day 1 Servants sharing generic animations, Servants like d'Eon and Heracles have had their animations updated to make them more distinct.

Most Servants especially the earlier ones had only one skill casting animation. Certain Servants however has a second animation which triggered when casting a particular skill like Summer Altria and MHX after revamp , randomly triggered like Chacha , and even later ones has 2 animations by default like Mecha Eli-chan, Ereshkigal and Hokusai.

Anastasia even has three skill animations. Epic of Remnant has been described as one as each chapter is written solely by one author in their own distinct style. The thing that links them is the overarching plot of the four Demon Pillars surviving. Rashoumon, the first raid battle event where the damage all players did collectively stacked up to reduce a global meter had high difficulty spikes in its missions, and while you could still complete the first two, the third and final one was very hard to complete if you did not have specific setups.

On top of that, if you died, you lost your damage progress completely. Come the "Celestial Demon Tales Onigashima" event, we had double the amount of mission choices with smoothed out difficulties and in the event that your team is wiped out, your damage progress is still recorded. The Rashomon rerun in retains the Onigashima point system. The event also released a new ascension material that only drops from an enemy introduced by the event and used for all the swimsuit Servants and several more Servants released after the event.

After the event ended, a new free quest was added to Okeanos that featured the new enemy, allowing players to still acquire the new material albeit at a low drop rate as per usual , the Saber free quest had this enemy type added, and Agartha added another free quest to farm the material, making it accessible for players who weren't able to play the summer events.

Chaldea Summer's rerun simplified drop bonuses by making them class-based, rather then Servant-based like last time, making it easier for players to bring only one class to farm a node. The Nero Festival event features extra hard Exhibition battles, featuring extremely tough battles that even veterans would have trouble with and removes the use of Saint Quartz or Command Seals to continue if the party wipes out.

Luckily, it only costs 1 AP, so players are welcome to try as many times as they like until they succeed. Starting with the "Prison Tower" rerun event, all challenge quests only cost 5 AP and allow players to use Quartz or Command Seals to restore their team if they get wiped out. The body count among allies tends to be pretty high, especially as the story continues, though technically most don't leave a body.

At the end of the chapter or event, most Servants generally disappear unless they're given to the player to bring home to Chaldea as well, though that's not quite the same thing. In general, the only characters who can be counted on to make it through are Mash and the protagonist. Olga Marie Animusphere, the Tsundere director the protagonist bonded with during Fuyuki, has a sudden bridge dropped on her at the climax when the Chaldea bomber shows their true colors.

In Orleans, the friendly deaths are relatively low, basically being limited to Marie Antoinette's sacrifice to stall Jeanne Alter and Sanson. In Okeanos, Asterios takes a lethal hit from Hektor's lance in order to trap Heracles, giving the other heroes a chance to escape.

Or not, since he's shown as having survived in Tamamo Cat's interlude. In London, most of the Servant allies save Mordred are one-shotted by the newly revealed Big Bad , who stomps the party. Jekyll and Fran only survive due to not being there at the time, and Mordred is only spared thanks to Hans Taking the Bullet for her. In America, allies drop like flies when Cu Alter acts as the plot reaper including Nero Bride, Billy the Kid, Geronimo, and later even Karna, after being stabbed in the back by him.

Also, Arjuna sacrifices himself to destroy Medb's 28 Demon Pillars. Notably, this was the actual living Bedivere. In the end, the only ones left standing are the protagonist, Mash, Fou, the Lion King, Tawara Touta, King Hassan, Cursed Arm who retires from being a Hassan, and Agravain who is basically on the verge of death by the end of the story.

In Babylon, most of your allies sacrifice themselves or are killed before the end of the chapter, including Kingu after switching sides and even the living Gilgamesh, though since the final boss fight takes place in the underworld, he's still available for support in that fight. Finally, in Salomon, even Roman and Fou don't make it out. Roman reveals himself to be the true Solomon and erases his very existence from the Throne to stop Goetia while Fou sacrifices its intelligence to revive Mash.

She doesn't appear to understand what he did for her, either, because during Remnant she comments that Fou has been acting oddly innocent and simple lately. He then dies after switching to Kiara's side and then kills her himself in his last breath. Meltlilith's Saint Graph is heavily damaged by her time travel back to her first meeting with the protagonist and BB is unable to preserve her memory data, meaning the death of her incarnation there is effectively permanent.

In Shimosa, all your enemies in the Swordmaster Duels die after being defeated by Musashi. Kato Danzo sacrifices herself in an attempt to kill Limbo Caster. Sengo Muramasa dies after using his NP to obliterate Amakusa. Your Musashi also dies after her duel with Kojirou. Finally, this dimension's Musashi passes away in peace after knowing that his promise to duel Kojirou is fulfilled by the female Musashi.

In the second storyline's prologue, Da Vinci is fatally impaled by Kotomine. She has a backup body who shares all of her memories but it's noted that Death of Personality applies to the adult version since her backup doesn't have all the experiences of the original and treats everyone else as new acquaintances. Appearance Is in the Eye of the Beholder: Holmes theorizes that it's because the dream has so much new information overloading the protagonist that they subconsciously replaced everyone with people they know to stopgap an unending flow of info into their mind.

The people of Uruk are so happy and kind even in the face of weekly adversity and the events of Babylonia as they believe in and love their king Gilgamesh and wish to fight with all they have. Past, present, and future.

There are only temporary "singularities" left because whoever did it did it multiple times simultaneously. Several reports from the Seraphix staff are spread throughout SE. PH which detail their slow descent into madness. An honoured Type-Moon tradition shows up in this game. Except for one, who can't be caught, and just waves at you happily until the app closes.

It's the same parody game app for , however gameplay has been changed to something more like Space Harrier and Goetia shows up as the Final Boss. After Bunyan is recruited in the April Fool's event; the unlikelihood of her existence a known fake story is waved aside by Andersen, who comments that Chaldea has a serial killer made from the fusion of aborted baby souls, crystalized nursery rhymes, living computer programs and more in its ranks.

She's not close to being the strangest Servant. The number seven has been heavily teased for the promotion of Salem, with the House of Seven Gables as a major location, the story progressing over the course of seven days, Chaldea sending a party of seven to investigate Salem, seven deaths, seven hangings, seven trials, and seven being the number counted down from in its theme song, "Heretics of Purity".

Raum charges Abigail with seven crimes to get her to break down and awaken the Outer God in her and the protagonist unintentionally fulfills the seventh and last role in the plan to awaken Abigail's Outer God. After you beat Chapter 4, that ring is revealed to be Solomon's ultimate Noble Phantasm, an actual looming threat hanging over mankind's heads. The ring remains in Epic of Remnant , but looks unstable and close to falling apart.

This is an indication that not all of the Demon Pillars have died yet in spite of Goetia's destruction. A ray of light descending upon the Earth serves as this for Cosmos in the Lostbelt , which is what the alien invader looks like from afar. Multiple Noble Phantasms have the effect of ignoring defense buffs that enemies might have. There are also a handful of Craft Essences, skills, and Noble Phantasms that can apply it as a buff. Army of the Ages: Chaldea summons Servants from all eras of history, including the present, future, and alternate timelines.

As part of transitioning into Cosmos in the Lostbelt , all bronze Servants' card art are updated to have backgrounds like higher rarity Servants, replacing the plain old summoning circle background they had in past 2 years. The Folklore Department of the Clock Tower is mentioned specifically in this game as they handle forbidden artifacts that are too dangerous even for magical society which results in Raum breaking into their archives to retrieve the Silver Key for its scheme.

As usual for the franchise, the Holy Grail. Here multiple Holy Grails have been scattered throughout time and are spewing out servants who then proceed to screw up history a corrupted Jeanne rampaging through Medieval France, famous conquerors trying to topple Nero's reign early, Blackbeard raiding islands, Jason trying to find The Ark of the Covenant , a fog created by Babbage and Paracelsus that threatens to consume London, America threatened by a Grail-powered army of Celts, etc.

Solomon needs them to anchor his demons to the world so the demons can support his NP at any time in history and to stop the planet's rotation.

And just like in the Bible, touching the Ark carelessly kills you outright, even bypassing Heracles' God Hand. Chaldea is using them to simulate the internet since the outside world is gone. Although it's later revealed that the simulation for an idol that Dr. Since enemies are programmed to use their Charge attacks, including Noble Phantasms, as soon as they're ready, they can end up wasting these skills entirely: In fact, one story quest in "GUDAGUDA Honnoji" has him as one of the enemies in the last battle, meaning that if he's the last one standing, just put Invincible or Evasion on one Servant, let him explode, and you'll win.

If she has no allies with her who can benefit from her buffs, she basically wastes a turn, since even though she gets invincibility and health regen, she also gets stunned.

In fact, she'll end up benefitting your team , since they get an additional turn to charge up Noble Phantasms and cool down their skills. And unlike the player's Jeanne, who eventually gets an NP upgrade to remove the self-stun, no such thing happens to any enemy Jeanne. Some Chaldea employees are given more focus in the prologue for Cosmos in the Lostbelt , getting names, their own artwork, and are fleshed out with a few character traits.

King Hassan's NP animation has a glitch where any enemy killed by it would not have their death animation play, only leaving behind their loot. Fans agreed this was incredibly cool and fitting for him, so the developers left it in.

Card viewing had a bug where the card borders were left out, allowing players to view the full art. It was turned into an actual gameplay feature after positive reception from fans. As of this game, the term "Saber-face" is officially accepted as the term for Altria's many Expies as it's a hidden trait for them and then Heroine X explicitly calls them that during the Saber Wars event. It was acknowledged again during a livestream when Altria's seiyuu, Ayako Kawasumi , was discussing them.

Also his feat of clearing France from dragons has landed him with other dragonslayers for the Moon Festival event. The female protagonist's psychopathic tendencies, from the Learning with Manga. She pops up again for April Fools , this time strangling Solomon.

Riyo has done most of the artwork for the websites promoting official streams for the game and did another CE for the New Year's Campaign. It's gotten to the point where the female protagonist's official Nendoroid figure not only has her normal face, but her face as depicted by Riyo as well, not to mention the Bond Level-increasing stretchy arm.

She made her way into game canon as the main villain of the second anniversary event. Riyo's chibi depictions of the Servants from the same manga became popular among fans and some imitated his artstyle to make their own. Then Riyo made his official version for all of them for April Fools. One of Riyo's gag Servants became official as of "All the Statesmen" from the second anniversary.

She's ascended meme personified, summoned into female form just because, and her NP animation is super short, the closest players get to a NP skip function. During "GUDAGUDA Honnouji", Medea whined about players' only using her to spam Rule Breaker and that her younger version is more popular and Gilgamesh of all people whines about the gacha's incredibly tiny chance of getting gold cards apparently he got the other gold cards, except Altria and her expies.

In "Garden of Order", Dr. Roman calls Fou, "our reliable runner". Roman wanting her to change the prices because they're too high during the Garden of Order event. Her iron grip on the prices and being the sole supplier of them leads to someone stealing one and distributing forgeries to the masses, leading into the da Vinci and the 7 Fake Heroic Spirits event.

Ruler Martha's quest from Part 2 of the summer event pits her against Beowulf in a battle of fisticuffs, acknowledging all the Jojos Bizarre Adventure jokes that originated from their NP animations. During Summer , the protagonist can have a chance to call Ibaraki-Douji a "Banana Oni" 'Banana' written in kanji , the same way Western fans have been referring her as.

As a bonus, Ibaraki also calls it a 'tasty nickname'. Ryoma and Oryo's Easter Egg Noble Phantasm artwork where Oryo and Ryoma directly faced the camera with Oryo doing a peace sign resulted in hundreds of snowclones. Holmes invites players during "Murder at the Kogetsukan" to guess who the culprit is which plays out as a voting poll with ten quartz as the prize for getting it right.

The Agartha chapter is seemingly written to appeal to the female domination fetish with multiple groups of women capturing men, enslaving them and harvesting them for their seed. In an interview, Penthesilea in particular was noted to be a dead giveaway to the audience as to who wrote the chapter given how full she is of the author's fetishes. Da Vinci's backup body functions as the pilot, put into stasis until the day calls for its use. The protagonists end up using it to escape Chaldea after Anastasia takes over, diving into the Imaginary Numbers dimension to escape the Oprichniki, with it becoming their new base.

Almost all of the Servants from each of the previous Orders show up in the Final Order in order to help you take down the Big Bad and save the future. For the fight against Andromalius, most of the Servants who debuted in events show up to help you fight it. The Argonauts in the Okeanos chapter, a group of the greatest Greek heroes led by Jason show up albeit heavily shrunk to just him, Hektor, Atalante, Medea Lily, and Heracles.

The Knights of the Round Table. All of them have the potential to be summoned as Servants in this game and they're some of the deadliest opponents seen so far. Your party and your support team at Chaldea definitely count, with them defeating several renowned Heroic Spirits, a primordial Goddess, a Hive Mind of demons, and even an embodiment of humanity's lewd desires. They're fought together plus Heracles and Young Gil as the optional final battle of the Prisma Illya event.

In Okeanos, Drake has a Holy Grail, except it's actually a part of the correct timeline. It's Blackbeard who has the Grail associated with the singularity. Ozymandias has the Holy Grail of the sixth singularity, and it is the one that the heroes are looking for, but he's not the one who's destroying humanity in this singularity.

Though he does fight the heroes in order to test them later, he surrenders his Holy Grail afterward and helps them in their final attack on Camelot. In Babylonia, Gilgamesh has a grail: At the end of the order, you get Gilgamesh's grail in addition to Solomon's as a reward for the heroes' efforts.

However, once you actually start the event, it's revealed that this is a gaiden chapter for the Epic of Remnant storyline, and the goofy title card is switched out for the real one. You even get to fight a Beast! While Gilgamesh does appear in the Fifth Night, he's The Unfought for this event, and he doesn't even meet the player character and Santa Alter; instead, Santa Alter and the player leave before they have to deal with Gil, and instead, they get confronted by Nursery Rhyme and Jack the Ripper, who summoned Santa Alter due to not being able to properly experience Christmas.

In Lancer Altria's interlude, Merlin appeared in the protagonist's dreams and arranged a meeting with a mighty blonde king who wields a spear With "Murder at the Kogetsukan" being a detective story, it is prone to twists. One remarkable twist is regarding the Violet family where Adamska's Lancelot wife turned out to be Harriet Euryale and not Eva Raiko who turned out to be Juliet's Stheno twin sister. Mash mistakenly assumed it when she make a diagram of the family.

Juliet mentioned having a fraternal twin but didn't say it is Harriet. Hawthorne Moriarty also stated that Juliet looks a lot like her mother when she was younger.

Eva is not stated to be Adamska's wife, nor Juliet's mother is stated to be Eva. The behavoir of Adamska and Eva is also odd when Eva tries to hit on Morris, Chris and even the protagonist, yet Adamska is only embarassed of what she is doing. Servants have generally been fixed or made better in one of three ways. First and rarest is to simply change their hidden values or skills outright. For example, Waver was considered very low tier until he was remade into the best all purpose support character at the time while during Summer swimsuit Mordred and Altria didn't perform at the level DW wanted, so both had their NP gain per hit increased.

These are also accompanied by a short story segment. Brynhildr, for example, got both an NP interlude and a skill upgrade interlude, which turned her into arguably the best single target Lancer depending on the type of party you want to run.

Finally, there are storyless Strengthening Quests consisting of rounds of combat, generally ending in a fight against Servants related to the Servant being improved. These are always accompanied by skill gain, improvement or NP buff. Spartacus has had all three improvements. Enemy Picts, besides the full head helmets they wear, are nude all the way down and don't have certain anatomical features in their sprite. Depending on the artist, the artwork for male Servants may not feature nipples.

Battle in the Center of the Mind: A given ability of Masters in the Fate universe is that they share dreams with their Servants.

The Main Character gets this in spades. The "Chaldea Summer" event is this. You and several of your Servants have gone to a deserted tropical island and while relaxing there, have started your own tropical resort. Avicebron summons Adam to fight off Ivan the Terrible's giant mammoth in the first Lostbelt, with the two duking it out in a special CG. Every single Heroic Spirit you've encountered thus far summons themselves to the Final Order in order to help subdue the seventy-two Demon Pillars to clear a path to Solomon.

Bigger on the Inside: The Shadow Border , Chaldea's Base on Wheels , uses magic to distort its interior to make it a lot larger, roughly the size of two cruisers though there isn't enough personal space for everyone as only the protagonist, Mash, da Vinci, Holmes, and Goldorf get their own rooms, everyone else has to bunk together.

As is standard for the franchise. Humanity has been saved from Beast I, and Mash is resurrected and given a normal lifespan. The world will be in disarray due to the year that the world was incinerated and most of man's extinction - the original threat to humanity - will still happen, and another one of the Beasts is acting on its own, leaving the future uncertain.

Finally, the methods the protagonist and their allies used to save the world broke all kinds of laws and regulations in the Mage world, which comes back to haunt them in chapter 2. Osakabe-hime orders her otaku stuff from the website Amazones. Osakabe-hime plays Creature Hunting during the summer event and becomes really addicted to the game.

Some of the artists who contributed to the game have drawn adult content artwork. In Fuyuki, Caster Cu advices the player not to engage shadow Heracles as even though he's been weakened, he's still ridiculously strong.

Shadow Heracles then becomes a one-time boss of an optional area for players. He's likely to be a challenge for early game players as he's level 40, but his difficulty lessens as players progress through the game. With no warning, there is a level 50 repeatable Chimera in Germania, in the Rome chapter. The only clue being Germania is very off the beaten track. After beating Babylonia, Ibaraki-douji who was The Ghost of this chapter due to running away from Uruk to form a bandit gang is an optional boss in a one-time only free quest.

She turns into Saber Shiki after the first phase of the fight, paralleling how she had done so in Paradox Spiral after being sealed by Araya in Kara no Kyoukai.

Completing the church free quest in Salem unlocks one final play the party performs for the townspeople, with an Ugallu, Nezha, and Asterios and Euryale as the bonus bosses. There are a number of extra and generally optional boss fights for events.

Some, such as the Valentine or the rerun of Dantes' event, are Boss Rush endurance fights while events like the CCC collaboration let you fight a more difficult form of the event's final boss. One transition into Epic of Remnant are events having one last challenge quest that pits the player against extremely powerful boss es , which requires finishing the Final Singularity to access.

The London update introduces Spell Book-type Mooks , though they don't bite and hurl magic balls instead. They drop the Forbidden Page material. When the battle transition for the third round of a battle is labelled Fatal Battle instead of the usual Battle, it usually has some sort of boss with higher HP and attack stat. Quests that outright start with the Fatal Battle label are typically a one-round battle against a Servant.

The Beasts have Advent Beast: Breaking the Fourth Wall: All it does is make Mash tell you to cut it out and that this is meant to be a "serious event".

Some popular human characters also return as pseudo-Servants like Waver, Rin, and Taiga. There's also Ereshkigal, who, despite not being playable and not even having a combat sprite , was so popular thanks to the Babylonia chapter that she was Promoted to Playable during the third Christmas event, and this happened purely because of fan demand for her.

He's also the main companion of the Babylonia chapter, as a Caster. Saber Alter is this as well. She was only in the Heaven's Feel route, but she's been used in other works as a gag , character analysis or just be an intimidating opponent. She's also the main villain of the Fuyuki chapter and a major ally of the Shinjuku chapter. Jeanne Alter was originally conceptualised as a one-off villain for the First Singularity.

She was so well-received that she was reincarnated as one of the few Avengers in the game, becomes a main ally in the Shinjuku chapter, got an additional costume, and has made additional appearances in bonus stories and events such as her Santa Lily Alter form.

Though no less action-packed than other chapters, America has notably little to do with the overarching plotlines compared to London and Camelot and goes back to the simple "fight Servants, get Grail, solve Singularity" formula of the first several chapters.

Bribing Your Way to Victory: The easiest way to obtain Saint Quartz for the gacha to obtain Servants is to spend real money. Furthermore, for some events, you basically must have gacha-exclusive CEs to farm its currencies effectively. Thankfully you can just borrow a friend's. On the other hand, the game is designed in way that it's possible to complete the storyline by using lower-tier servants from the Friend Point Summoning system up until the Camelot singularity where there is a massive Difficulty Spike and even then, certain servants such as the 3-star Euryale will carry the team well thanks to her being an anti-male Archer.

There are also one-time x10 Summons where you are guaranteed a 5-star Servant. However, you can only use paid Saint Quartz not the free to obtain Saint Quartz to use these x10 Summons.

The fact that Mordred is the main ally in an Industrial Revolution-era London filled with Gentleman and a Scholar types investigating a murder mystery scenario instead of, say, a certain great detective is lampshaded. As it turns out, said great detective ends up in a Singularity filled with Knights of the Round, having been explicitly hired to stay out of London. PH chapter, when the heroes finally make it to BB, she initially thinks that it's Robin Hood whom she sent on some errands returning.

A bit later, Robin returns from those errands just in time for the battle against Kiara. After the Orleans singularity, Kiyohime shows up in your Present Box, having apparently carried out her promise to follow you home. She appears in the Halloween event as an ally again A joke that spans a year: Stheno and Euryale have Valentine's chocolates that are either made with love or hastily-put together.

Where did they base this from? Medusa Lancer's Valentine's chocolate, which implies that her older sisters copied her design poorly. The stage play that the Chaldea group performs on the second day of Salem.

They first build a fort but it is burned down by arsonists Kiyohime, Nero and Ibaraki-douji. They finally settle in tents, however they are attacked by an English army led by Altria and her Knights of the Round Table. They got help from both Gilles and Amaku— Santa Island Kamen to defend them, thus making Jeanne conclude that what's sturdy is not their house, it's the bond they have with each other.

However they are still defeated and the poor Jeanne sisters are burned at the stake. Once Goetia is beaten, human history is saved and the world outside Chaldea resumes like normal All timekeeping devices record this and astronomical observation of the stars confirms it, but the world at large has no idea where their 18 months went.

While the Mages' Association and other groups are trying to keep something of a lid on things, people know that Something Happened. Later, once Salem rolls around in late November , a singularity appears where modern day Salem and Danvers, Massachusets should be - except, unlike all other singularities, this one is imposed on the modern day , creating a void area around Salem-Danvers nearly seven kilometers in diameter.

This time even the mainstream press gets to record this one, at one point the US Army is ready to charge in, and the Mages' Association, Assembly of the 8th Sacrement, and other organizations have to work in concert to help keep something inside the singularity from escaping. Da Vinci notes that this incident is so extreme it could end Chaldea - though in the end, Chaldea suffered a different fate. Exacerbated even further with Cosmos in the Lostbelt , as the Alien God's arrival completely upends the status quo on Earth and crushes every single nation, turning the world into a bizarre white blankness and reveals that aliens and other beings exist out there.

The prologue for the first Lostbelt indicates that the few surviving settlements are still trying to figure out what the hell is going on as one Muggle sets out to record everything for posterity. But Not Too Bi: While there are plenty of female Servants who openly lust for the protagonist regardless of their gender, most of the male Servants don't do the same, even the confirmed bisexuals like Iskander or Gilgamesh.

The few overt examples of male Servants being even implicitly interested in the male version of the protagonist are those like Astolfo, who looks identical to a girl right down to the clothing and Fergus, who makes it clear he is not interested in pursuing a relationship.

The player is regularly given options as to what dialogue the Player Character will say, but these are always limited to cosmetic differences that don't allow them to make any real choices. This naturally forces certain behaviors onto the player, sometimes contradictory ones.

For example, in Kiyohime's interlude she's confronted with a shadow servant that calls her out on the less savory aspects of her personality. The player is given a choice of responses, but both of them object to the accusations and defend Kiyohime.

However, in the Summer event player interactions with Lancer Kiyohime force them to act afraid of her due to the same tendencies they had previously denied existing. Siegfried has been treated as one by the fandom because of his gameplay prowess being considered pitiful, with the creators encouraging this, making "sorry" his catchphrase as he fails to live up to expectations and him as the butt of several jokes in events. Every time an Arthurian character appears in the post-Fuyuki chapters or an event, there's usually a dialogue choice to refer back to Saber Alter in Fuyuki, since she's the first Arthurian Servant the protagonist has canonically encountered.

A rather depressing one happens in Babylonia. At one point in the story, Gilgamesh's attendant, Siduri, talks about how raising hands usually indicates a sign of surrender.

Later on, one of the Lahmus you encounter is heavily implied to be her, since it does nothing but raise its hands at you. Roman hits upon the theory during the final singularity that Solomon's body is actually being possessed by an outside entity using the abilities of Solomon, comparing it to Kingu's situation with Enkidu.

Way back in Orleans, Mozart claims that there is nothing more beautiful than a parting smile. Mash gives the protagonist one in Salomon while she's holding back the full brunt of Ars Almadel Solomonis to protect her senpai, knowing that she's not going to survive it. It's indeed a beautiful smile. Many characters that aren't Servants from the Fate franchise appear as the picture of Craft Essences.

Two of them Touko and Azaka even show up in the trailer. The seven Fujou building ghosts and Kirie Fujou appear as an enemy type in the Garden of Order event. Alice Kuonji's Cock Robin is part of Robin's final costume. Then she rips his head off.

The very last chocolate sculpture available during the Valentine event is a chocolate Grail-kun. It even produces chocolate knives for everyone! The manga adaptation featured Boudica as the corrupted Berserker instead of Heracles. Singularities can shake things up, however, and allow things like David showing up in Okeanos and flirting with Atalante.

These are generally the exception, however, rather than the rule. Even though Chaldea survived the incineration of the world, all systems still point to human history permanently ending two years later, giving the protagonists that small amount of time to save the world before that predicted event happens.

The entire quest of the story focuses on saving human history by correcting singularities, which have a "Humanity Foundation Value" that dictates how much of a distortion they create. However, from Camelot onward, the story focuses on a different definition of "humanity" - namely, the qualities that make a human being human. In Camelot, the Lion King is a brutal Well-Intentioned Extremist due to her Divine Spirit mentality who wishes to preserve a tiny portion of "humanity", picked to her exacting standards, in a fashion that will see the rest of the world burn but will definitely at least save something of mankind, but once Bedivere returns Excalibur to her, allowing her to at last die, the goddess Rhongomyniad which now wears Altria Pendragon's flesh can at least comprehend the humanity that would lead to others opposing her and wanting to take the longer gamble of stopping Solomon outright and saving everyone, even if she still believes she acted for the best.

In Babylonia, the focus is on bonding with the citizens of Uruk by just living life with them, all while fighting off the gods whose "higher" perspectives make them antagonistic but not necessarily evil, in part because the Protagonist can appeal to their own "human" qualities. This theme is at its most apparent in the final battle. In Salomon, Mash rejects Grand Caster's vision of a World of Silence because, while the people are smiling in their immortal state, it's all false because they don't know what it's like to live because of their mortality.

Roman reveals himself to have been the true Solomon, the real King of Magic and not the Ars Goetia in his guise. Because he lived his human life only by the will of the Israeli people and God, Solomon wished on the Holy Grail to be incarnated as a normal human, so that he could live a second life by his own volition.

Mash's visceral Heroic Sacrifice motivates Fou to sacrifice all of his power and intelligence to bring her back from the dead, leading him to muse that her humanity was enough to "defeat" him, the Fourth Beast. Even Goetia has an Alas, Poor Villain moment after his demonic power is lost and he is reduced to a human in Solomon's half-melted body, finally understanding mortality first-hand and fighting the Protagonist one last time so that his last moments won't be meaningless, even if he's already lost.

Starts from London and keeps escalating from there. In London, the Big Bad reveals himself and casually wipes out almost all your allies and curbstomps you, and then states that this was just a warning for you to stop interfering with his plans.

In America, the main villain is a Humanoid Abomination who devastates America and kills millions of people in horrific ways, and the arc ends with the bombshell that Mash's Demi-Servant powers are rapidly killing her. Camelot deals with such lovely themes as mass genocide, mindless obedience to an oppressive government, and horrific war crimes.

In-Universe , all Servants have an explicit alignment, and it's indicated that Masters do as well, though we don't see any apart from the protagonist's Lawful Neutral.

Why certain Servants have one alignment or another is not always clear: Altera, Iskander, Gilgamesh, and Medusa are all Good aligned despite their butchery, for example; while Atalante and all Hassans are Evil despite their noble deeds and intentions.

It wasn't till Babylonia's focus on Caster Gilgamesh that a lot of his actions as Archer make some sense as being aligned as "Good". As a side note, instead of the Neutral alignments being written as Lawful Neutral or Chaotic Neutral for example, they're listed as Lawful Balanced or Chaotic Balanced to avoid confusion.

Many events give bonuses for using specific Servants and Craft Essences, usually in the form of an item drop or damage bonus. Certain Servants' Interludes only allows a fixed support and can't use friend supports. The Prison Tower event literally only lets you use one support Servant, Edmond Dantes, due to being cut off from Chaldea during the event's story. The first chapter of SE.

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