May 15, 2023
05/22/2023 10:55 PM
Baobhan Sith, Fairy Knight Tristan
Name: Baobhan Sith
Also known as: Fairy Knight Tristan, Lady Spinel (by Beryl Gut), Baa'van see, Tori-ko (トリ子?)
Likes: I like shoes with heels. Want to see my collection? (Stage 1~2)
Was it… moonlight…? Because I dislike… the sun… (Stage 3)
Dislikes: Annoying small fries that won't stop complaining. And you. (Stage 1~2)
Was there… something…? (Stage 3)
Diplomatic and active. Her disposition is that of a ruler who speaks of her desires unabashedly and works the people around her hard to realize them. With her hedonism of living only for the moment, she's satisfied as long as she feels good in that current instant.
She prefers fun just like any fairy would, but the only "fun" thing she knows is the suffering voices of the disadvantaged and, as a result, she often gets carried away toying and trampling the weak, regardless of whether they are fairy or human. (Since she's never been loved and her "mother" Morgan has only ever praised her when she was "tormenting the weak", she's learned to enjoy it)
A young witch blending the image of an admirable young girl working hard to be loved by her mother with the haughtiness of a princess who sees the kingdom that will be hers once as a toy. Seeing good and pure deeds truly sickens her so she makes sure to thoroughly vilify them. Her reasoning is: "It's obviously because I find these boring".
Baobhan Sith wasn't interested in almost anything and her only hobby was committing vandalism, but Beryl's stories about the "civilization of the Proper Human History" put her in high spirits and she became obsessed with imitating Proper Human History.
It is revealed in the second third of Avalon le Fae that Baobhan Sith had once been a very kind fairy who worked tirelessly to help others. However, just like her adoptive mother, the ungrateful Fae betrayed and savagely attacked her. Morgan found her after one such betrayal having had her limbs torn off, and adopted her as her child. Because Morgan recognized that Baobhan Sith would no longer be able to resurrect herself, she was raised to suppress her kindness under the pretense that she had earned the right to be selfish, hence her cruel, sadistic nature. However, beneath that is the mentality of a girl terrified of losing her adoptive mother's love, driven to near-madness by the malice of the fairies. At its worst, she descends into a state where she cannot even be called lucid, with her very sense of self growing unstable. Without fail, her obsessive need to attain her goals will lead her to harm herself unwittingly to the point that her limbs will be lost.
Noble Phantasm(s): Baobhan Sith's Noble Phantasm is Fetch Failnaught. It is a Magecraft taught to her by Beryl Gut, and she used it to defeat Boggart, whose hide is as durable as Barghest's. Fairy Knight Galahad was able to break through these strings, and Beryl Gut states that Baobhan Sith is no match for her. However it is detrimental to the the user, as it rots their soul with each use.
Baobhan Sith's Noble Phantasm
05/22/2023 10:48 PM
Barghest, Fairy Knight Gawain
Also known as: Fairy Knight Gawain, Gawain the Loving, Gawain the Glutton, Bage-ko (バゲ子?), Demon Hound Barghest
Likes: To be married
Dislikes: People who are strong but not self-conscious, Melusine
Personality: Diplomatic and passive. Without hiding her feelings, she will share her intentions in a straightforward manner and then confirm the other party's feelings. She is a majestic and proud knight who doesn't feel ashamed in front of anybody, but when it comes to her (military) actions, she is the careful type who will take a proper look at the state of affairs first before making a move.
Only after seeing not only the convenience of one side but also the convenience of both sides, she takes up her sword, saying, "Let's annihilate the weaker one." Once on the battlefield, she is said to be a ruthless knight that mercilessly overruns the weak.
Although she has a straight-laced personality, since she has a noble upbringing (well-educated), she has the composure to appreciate jokes and has a fundamentally amicable way of thinking. However, since the person herself is not good at telling jokes or making others relax through the art of conversation, she isn't too talkative.
Perhaps due to considering the rule of survival of the fittest as absolute, she lets her guard down around those who feel "strong" to her, growing close to them and taking them as her lover. In truth, she is someone who easily succumbs to loneliness so she is quick to fall for others. In the past, she has taken many races...without distinction between men and women or fairy folk and humans...as lovers. However, those relationships didn’t even last a month and she returned to being single right away. Due to this, others call her a fairy full of love, but she receives cutting remarks from the Fairy Knight Tristan such as "I am simply the type to get bored easily; I am not at your level where you fall for others left and right". This is because she is compelled to seek out and ultimately devour strong mates in order to strengthen herself when the time comes for her to become the Black Dog; though she has tried to resist these cannibalistic urges and learned to love those who were weaker than herself, it only caused her instincts to force her to consume her loved ones instead. As the Black Dog, Barghest is little more than a raging monster that slaughters everything around her indiscriminately, with no trace of her original personality left.
Noble Phantasm(s): Barghest's Noble Phantasm is Black Dog Galatine. Fairy Knight Gawain is confident she can match the original Galatine carried by Gawain. She used this Noble Phantasm to kill Tristan.
Barghest's Noble Phantasm
05/15/2023 10:44 PM
Percival, The Mighty
Also known as: Holy Knight of the Dove, Perceval de Galles
Dislikes: Starving children
He is someone who looked up to King Arthur more than anyone else. He was the man that every knight in the Round Table trusted the most. Gawain could relax his guard around him, and ask for advice. Gawain feels that when Percival was still alive was probably the Round Table's golden age.
He dislikes men cheating on their spouses.
He was small and timid as a child.
Besides Galahad, Percival may be the only other Knight of the Round Table worthy to obtain the Holy Grail.
He will heap on a mountain of food on your plate for every meal.
A sincere guardian knight who values decorum. On other occasions he has been described as pure-hearted. He acts calmly, without doubting or losing his temper at others. He is well-liked by children and animals that meet him for the first time, though said person is unaware of this fact. When he was alive, he used to stand in Camelot's garden in the morning sunlight, letting little birds rest on his shoulders and arms.
It is during battle that he shows a harsher side of himself. But only during battle.
A very caring person. He frequently fusses over his juniors, especially those younger than him. He also wants to take good care of Master. This is because he genuinely wants to protect and raise the youth who will grow up to become outstanding heroes in the future. His objects of affection in the Round Table include the young Gareth, the apprentice knight Bors, and Sir Lancelot's son Galahad.
"Sir Percival is more of a big brother to me than my actual big brothers," Gareth declared with a smile when she was still alive.
...Hearing these words after Gareth's death, Percival stood in the now-empty garden of Camelot, shedding a single tear.
Noble Phantasm(s): Percival's Noble Phantasm is Longinus Count Zero. It grants Percival excellent protective and healing properties powerful enough to nullify Bradamante's Bouclier de Atlante. Mordred says she would need to go all out with Clarent to get past Percival's protection.
Percival's Noble Phantasm
05/15/2023 10:38 PM
Gareth, The Gentle
Also known as: Guerrehet, Beaumains (Beautiful Hands)
Likes: Spears, Shields
Dislikes: Oil stains
Personality: Gareth highly reveres Lancelot. She seems to normally have a sunny, friendly disposition, and as a result she does not deal well with the stress of the slaughter performed under the Lion King during the Camelot singularity of Fate Grand Order, only wishing to be punished. She had "mummy-like bags" under her eyes after helping to defeat the knights who opposed the Lion King, and although she has "lily-white fingers that are more beautiful than anyone's", they become unrecognizably blackened from constant washing after combat.
Brave and faithful like a small puppy, a young knight of tragedy. Once she has grown attached to someone, she will never betray no matter what. Even if it means the death of her. She lives as she always has lived. Honoring chivalry, believing in justice and carrying it out. She is proud of the fact she was accepted by the Knight King, and even now she considers being selected as a member of the round table as the greatest honor of her life.
She still admires Sir Lancelot. The day everything ended. The day the knight moved to save Queen Guinevere. She would adore him even if her own form hadn’t so much as entered the knight’s eyes. She would adore him even if… he had known her, yet didn’t hesitate to kill her regardless. Noble Phantasm(s): Ira Lupus: Rampaging Maiden Wolf (猛り狂う乙女狼, Takeri Kuru'u Otome Ōkami?) is the Noble Phantasm of Gareth.
Gareth’s talent in jousting has been sublimated as a noble phantasm. After hammering in consecutive strikes like a surging wave, she pierces through the enemy with one last finishing thrust. In the past, to protect her dear friend Lady Lyonesse, she defeated such prestigious names as Sir Blamore de Ganis, Sir Galihodin, Sir Galehaut (Not Galihad), Sir Dinadan, Sir La Cote Male Tayle, Sir Sagramore le Desirious, Sir Dodinas le Savage, King Anguish of Ireland, King Carados of Scotland, and King Uriens and King Bagdemagus of Gore all with but a single lance.
On another occasion, when she challenged King Arthur himself to joust, the King praised the way she fought as like a ‘Rampaging Wolf’.
Gareth's Noble Phantasm
05/15/2023 10:33 PM
Tristan, The Knight of Lamentation
Also known as: Child of Sadness
Dislikes: "I am not fond of callousness, such as the kind that is expressed by one who abruptly ends a conversation exclaiming, "You do not understand the human heart.""
Ever known as the "Child of Sadness", being a downer is a normal condition for Tristan. A narcissist slightly intoxicated with himself. However, since his circumstances are genuinely tragic, it's hard to call him out on it. The type that perceives things tragically and ends up thinking that every mistake is his fault. His thoughts are calm, his tactics precise; yet where it concerns women, his reason is shaken, in a good way. (For example, if his Master is female and someone had taken her hostage, even if it is presumably a trap, he would still go and walk in anyways).
A member of the Knights of the Round Table. Perhaps it was due to his days of wandering (or to put it more accurately, it was due to him being included from other legends into the Legend of King Arthur), but Tristan's loyalty to the king is not absolute, or better put, less fanatic. However, he felt deep shame from leaving his service under the king, and it was during his following service where he set his mind to be completely faithful.
Tristan is severe and without mercy against his enemies, but there is a side of him that would grieve for the enemies and shed tears for them once the battle is over. Is it not sinful of him, born without blessing, to kill those born with one?... That is what he kept on thinking.
Tristan was quite popular due to his good looks and poetic behavior. He's also a master of the bow just like in the legends, but when other bowmen assessed him, they would give evaluations such as "I would hesitate to call that a bow" or "You have fundamental misunderstandings about what a bow is." Noble Phantasm(s): Tristan's Noble Phantasm is Failnaught, which possesses multiple bowstrings resembling, and is in fact, a string instrument. This bow does not launch regular arrows, but invisible sonic vacuum arrows to cut off foes. Due to the nature of this weapon, he can attack with a slight motion of a finger.
Tristan's Noble Phantasm
05/15/2023 10:26 PM
Bedivere, The Shining Airgetlám
Likes: Steam vegetables, King Arthur
Bedivere is exceptionally loyal to his king, putting her well-being above his own and even her own orders on her deathbed. He does not see serving as a knight solely serving the King herself, but the people of Camelot, whom they had shared mutual desire of care and love for. As someone who had been chosen for his compassion and empathy to become a Knight of the Round Table, Bedivere can be seen as someone who is the most "human" amongst his comrades, having been able to share the joy and grief of the common people that the other knights may have deemed as trivial.
Unlike those knight who had begun to drift away from her and those who saw her as inhuman due to her lack of emotion, he feels pride in her and remains loyal throughout Mordred's rebellion. He later begins to even feel some anger towards the situation, believing that she who has accomplished such great deeds should be granted the ability to show a peaceful face.
Bedivere's personality in the game is further expanded upon, and his more prominent characteristics of being just and righteous comes through during the Camelot singularity, having shown that his loyalty towards the King is not out of the vanity of Knighthood, expressing that he believed a King should not endanger the common people. He sees himself, as a Knight of the Round Table, bearing the responsibility to stop the King that has gone astray, and was determined to stop destruction with any means. Noble Phantasm(s): In order to stop the Lion King in the Camelot Singularity and atone for his sins, Merlin modified Excalibur into a prosthetic arm known as Switch On - Airgetlám. This Noble Phantasm is constantly active-type, and even though his output is usually that of an average human, when performing activation for combat, the STR, CON, and AGI parameter rises to the ones shown in his status, gaining a bonus for his sword attack. Thanks to this Divine Construct, Bedivere can fight against the other Knights of the Round Table
Bedivere Noble Phantasm
05/15/2023 10:20 PM
Gawain, The Knight of The Sun
Also known as: White Knight of the Round Table
Likes: King Arthur
Dislikes: Older wife
Personality: He earnestly performs all sorts of work. Even if that is, by any chance, debt collecting. Despite his serious character, he has no gloomy aspects and interacts with anyone in a sincere and polite fashion. While he may get enraged, since he never harbors negative emotions such as jealousy and malice, his attitude is refreshing no matter what kind of battlefield. According to the other Knights of the Round Table, "That lack of sarcasm is already a talent". For Gawain to have never been envied, despite being blessed with talent and pedigree, was probably due his own good character and the natural airheadness to think of it as a matter of course, without ever being boastful. A loyal knight, his faithfulness to the king was like iron. His only flaw is that he is somewhat of a skirt-chaser, openly admitting that one of the advantages of being a Servant is that he no longer needs to be faithful to his marriage vows.
Gawain wanted to serve a true king loyally without questions or doubt, like a true knight.
He believes that quantity is over quality when it comes to food. He is satisfied with large quantities of potatoes, vinegar, bread, ale and vegetables.
Noble Phantasm(s): Gawain's Noble Phantasm is Excalibur Galatine, the sister-sword of Excalibur which was given to him by the Lady of the Lake. Unlike Excalibur's centralized attack, Galatine is a broad wave, a radiation-type attack that completely annihilates the enemy army. Despite its great power, its legend has been greatly overshadowed by its more famous counterpart, and therefore very few people know of its true significance. This holy sword possesses an artificial sun stored on its hilt, said to be able to purge evil. Gawain says that the sword is an incarnation of the sun, capable of scorching the earth. As such, this Noble Phantasm draws its power from the grace of the Sun. Similar to its owner, the sword manifests its greatest amount of power at noon.
Gawain's Noble Phantasm
05/15/2023 10:13 PM
Lancelot, The Knight of The Lake
Likes: His swordsmanship
Personality: In his condition, summoned under the Saber Class is the closest to his original form. Caring for justice, honoring women, loathing evil - this virtuous figure overflowing with romance was acknowledged as the "ideal knight" by King Arthur.
« A noble knight? Don't make me laugh. I participated in the destruction of Britain! »
Lancelot himself probably feels more than anyone else that it is an irony for him to be a Saber. And thus Lancelot is convinced that the most appropriate Class for himself is Berserker. Noble Phantasm(s): Lancelot wields Arondight, a Divine Construct, and counterpart of Excalibur. When Lancelot uses this Noble Phantasm, all of his parameters are increased by one rank. Furthermore, due to the anecdote him killing a dragon, it deals additional damage against Heroic Spirits with Dragon attributes.
Lancelot can also release a powerful attack with this sword named Arondight Overload. Originally a Noble Phantasm used against an Army, Lancelot instead chooses to use it as a concentrated slash of mana. Due to the usage method being different from its original, it puts an intense burden on Lancelot's body.
Lancelot's Noble Phantasm
05/15/2023 10:06 PM
Mordred, The Knight of Treachery
Also known as: The Knight of Treachery, Knight of Londinium, Mo-san, Mordred the Silent, Guerilla Knight
Likes: Victory, Glory, Honor, Father
Dislikes: Defeat, Abasement, Being disregarded, Father
Personality: Mordred is extremely prideful and haughty, boasting herself to be equal or better than her father in the ways of ruling and swordsmanship, and believes only her status as the child of Morgan caused her to be rejected. Rather than simply wish on the Grail to become king, she instead wishes to use it to challenge the sword of appointment as a method of proving kingship that even her father could not deny. She does not even think of failure, boasting overpowering words from a clear and unclouded voice that shows dignity befitting of a king. She abhors any discussion of her sex, displaying clear killing intent even towards her own Master. She says with no uncertainty that the topic is never to be brought up before her. She does not display any issue in wearing clothing that shows off her body.
Kairi is unable to determine her true thoughts about her father, believing them to be on the thin line between love and hate. He feels that she was certainly greatly influenced by her father, leading to the rebellion. He cannot tell if it was out of wishing to become more like her father or to deny the way of the king or whether it was right or wrong, but considers it to have been a courageous act either way. She is seen in history as the antagonist who deceived the legendary King of Knights, whose name remains carved in Britain even in modern times. He feels that the one who attempted rebellion with the King's men is more interesting than Arthur, the "very manifestation of chivalry."
While she has the face of a fair, young girl, that does nothing to hide her brutal nature. She is filled with pure rage over the events of her life, and she does not bother to conceal it in the first place. She can be likened to a Berserker during battle, her glaring eyes displaying a mix of joy for battle and cruelty. While Noble Phantasms are normally a source of pride, hers, crowned with the name of her father, it is closer to a sort of grudge. While there were many Knights of the Round Table who were divided into allies and enemies towards the end of their country, it had been a place of lively discussion for them all. It was not by design that those events had transpired, so it would be odd for most of them to hate it. Mordred, who rebelled against the king, is likely the only one to revile it, hating it with such a passion that even a shard of it brings out rage in her. Noble Phantasm(s): Her sword, Clarent, was originally a B rank sword bestowed during the succession of kingship and used to amplify the king’s authority, "the king’s royal aura". It raises the owner’s physical stats by one rank, and grants and raises the skill “Charisma”. Mordred was never acknowledged as king though, so the sword itself is lowered by one rank and she cannot acquire any bonuses while wielding it. However, she can still use its "amplification" ability to launch Clarent Blood Arthur by using her Mana Burst Skill to force her excessive hatred for her father into the sword in the form of magical energy, allowing her to cut down most Servants in a single slash.
Mordred's final Noble Phantasm is her helmet Secret of Pedigree. With it, Mordred's Personal Skills and Noble Phantasms tiedly related to her True Name are concealed within her status information. However, when unleashing Clarent’s whole power, the helmet must be removed.
Mordred's Noble Phantasm
05/15/2023 09:48 PM
Artoria Pendragon, The King
Name: Artoria Pendragon
Also known as: King Arthur, King of Knights
Age: 15 (Physically) 35 (Chronologically)
Likes: Well structured meals, stuffed animals
Dislikes: Badly structured meals, dressing up too much
Personality: Artoria is a strong-willed young woman who usually speaks truthfully but will lie if necessary. She is courageous, determined, and set on winning the Holy Grail. She constantly insists that she is a knight and king above all, and that her gender is of little importance to her and her role. She is resolute in following her own morals, regardless of the more viable, yet underhand, tactics being available. Artoria prefers direct, fair confrontations based upon codes of chivalry. Not even her hunger for the Holy Grail can make her abandon her code of honor. This leads to regular conflicts with Kiritsugu over strategy within the Fourth Holy Grail War. While obtaining the Grail is of the utmost importance, rejecting her chivalry is something she will never do, even if it should put her at a disadvantage. If such came to pass, she would require her Master to use a Command Spell as recompense for treading upon her heart.
A firm believer in justice, Artoria cannot stand when evil goes unpunished. She therefore strongly rejected Kiritsugu’s decision to let the other Masters kill Gilles de Rais, as she wanted to stop Gilles as soon as possible before more innocent victims were made. Seeing humans reduced to demons who commit countless atrocities when their lives are threatened was something she witnessed all the time in her life. But precisely because of that, humans need to prove they can still live on with dignity no matter the difficulties that surround them. A knight is the one who can testify to that. Illuminating the battlefield by inspiring awe with his justice, a knight lets those reduced to demons to regain their honor and pride, and become proper humans once more. It is therefore the duty of a knight to put aside their feelings to focus on the greater good.
Noble Phantasm(s): Excalibur: Sword of Promised Victory (約束された勝利の剣, Yakusokusareta Shōri no Ken) is the strongest and most majestic holy sword that symbolizes King Arthur. As that which can be called the physical actualization of her ideals and the symbol of her heroism, it is her greatest and most powerful Noble Phantasm. Its power is said to be rivaled by Rhongomyniad
Excalibur is a sword that amplifies energy, converting its user's magical energy into offensive power and releasing it. It is a weapon of directive energy that converts the magical energy of Artoria into light by accelerating it with her factor of the dragon, intensifying the kinetic energy by convergence and acceleration, allowing for the use of Divine Spirit-level thaumaturgy. It is an ultimate attack that releases light holding energy rivaling Artoria's entire magical energy supply from the tip of the blade once the sword is swung. To an observer, it looks like a giant beam of light, but the attack's target point is only at the tip. Its enormous power heats space around the tip, and as a result, it is interpreted as a wave of light that mows across the surface of the earth like a directed energy weapon. Even if it is dodged, those in close proximity can still be temporarily distracted by its intensity.
It is considered to be among the greatest of Noble Phantasms, with its speed, attack power, and reach upon being activated surpassing and remaining unrivaled by all others. In terms of competing against others in pure power, only Ea is known to be able to match and surpass it.
Artoria's Noble Phantasm
[Alternate Versions of Artoria]
Artoria Pendragon Alter:
A different aspect of the King of Knights devoted to cruelty, greatly unlike the case of the normal Artoria. She is referred to as Saber Alter. A behavior without futility, a cold-hearted personality that makes Artoria seem like a different person, but if one is to carefully come into contact with her, they might notice that what lies at the basis is still the same.
Artoria Alter's personality changes vastly from her normal self upon being corrupted by Angra Mainyu, but she cannot be called a villain. She is more of a dark hero who is still an idealist clinging to her own values even after being blackened.
After taking in by the hatred of the curse, Artoria Alter comes to the realization that the duty of a hero is to be hated and ostracized, that a hero's only duty is to cut down foes using all their strength. She believes that she was prepared for such an outcome upon drawing Caliburn, and decides to entrust her blade to All the World's Evils.
Artoria Pendragon (Lancer): Due to the properties hidden within the Holy Lance, Artoria has changed into an existence close to that of a Divine Spirit’s, a goddess if anything. While she has become more composed, and moreover, more rational than the Artoria of the holy sword, her human nature has not been parted with. Rather, there exists placidity in her choices partly because she became an adult, attaining the ideal way a king ought to be.
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