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[[folder:Lion King]]
-> Rarity: SSR (5*) [[note]]Presumably, as this is Altria Lancer's rarity.[[/note]]\\
'''Origin:'''England ([[Myth/KingArthur Arthurian Mythology]])\\

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[[folder:Lion King]]
-> Rarity: SSR (5*) [[note]]Presumably, as this is Altria Lancer's rarity.[[/note]]\\
'''Origin:'''England ([[Myth/KingArthur Arthurian Mythology]])\\
[[folder:Lostbelt Alter Ego]]
!!Ashiya Doman
[[quoteright:350:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/20171018_072830.png]]
->'''Origin:''' Japan (10th century)\\



'''Illustrated by:''' Akira Ishida\\
'''Voiced by:''' Creator/AyakoKawasumi

A WhatIf version of King Arthur, who is the main enemy of the Camelot singularity.

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'''Illustrated by:''' Akira Ishida\\
by''': Shouichi Furumi\\
'''Voiced by:''' Creator/AyakoKawasumi

A WhatIf version of King Arthur, who
by''': Creator/ToshiyukiMorikawa

An Onmyouji famously known as Abe no Seimei's rival, he
is the main instigator of an incident in a Subcategory Parallel World in ''Epic of Remnant'' part three under the alias of Caster Limbo.

He returns in ''Cosmos in the Lostbelt'' as an
enemy of the Camelot singularity.and in his original Alter Ego class.



* ArcVillain: The BigBad of the Camelot singularity, but has little connection to the greater plot.
* BadBoss: Gives Mordred a Gift that uses her own soul as fuel and sends her from Camelot to kill it's enemies until she eventually dies from it. When Gawain lets some attackers escape, she forgives him by blasting him with Rhongonmyiad.
* CondescendingCompassion: She cares deeply for humanity, enough that she wants to "preserve" the best of them in her sacred lance. [[spoiler:The catch is she wants them more as specimens than people. The protagonist can rage at her that they aren't butterflies to be pinned to a board.]]
* DeityOfHumanOrigin: [[spoiler:Prolonged proximity to Rhongonmyiad has turned her into a Divine Spirit, amplifying the original Altria's cold, logical approach to kingship and burning out her human empathy.]]
* ForWantOfANail: [[spoiler:She comes from a timeline where Bedivere did not return Excalibur to the Lady of the Lake, thereby keeping Altria immortal. She would then wander the earth as a lingering spirit, slowing turning into the goddess Rhongonmyiad, until the incineration of human history prompted her to venture into a singularity to save some samples of humanity.]]
* GracefulLoser: [[spoiler:Her plan is foiled when Bedivere returns Excalibur and shatters Rhongonmyiad. However, now she has Excalibur and could use it to wipe out the Chaldea group but instead lets them go. Implicitly, her reasoning is if she can't carry out her plan, she might as well bet on the long shot.]]
* HijackedByGanon: Despite being the Arcvillain, she doesn't have the Camelot Grail. Ozymandias does, and informs Chaldea that they arrived too late and the proper conflict over the singularity is already over. Much of the singularity is then devoted to figuring out exactly what she's doing there and what she wants.
* LackOfEmpathy: She's noted to not really seem to get people, basically the actualization of the initial fears that Altria never truly understood anyone.
* SummonMagic: She summoned the Knights of the Round Table to the singularity. It wasn't very precise though, and some of the knights she summoned ended up fighting against her.

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* AllThereInTheScript: His name isn't actually revealed in Shimosa proper, but Archer Inferno's Extra profile section outright calls him by his true name.
* ArcVillain: He is this for Shimosa.
* TheCorrupter:
The BigBad creation of the Camelot singularity, but has little connection to the greater plot.
* BadBoss: Gives Mordred a Gift that uses her own soul as fuel and sends her from Camelot to kill it's enemies until she eventually dies from it. When Gawain lets some attackers escape, she forgives him
Seven Swordsmen was his idea: by blasting him with Rhongonmyiad.
* CondescendingCompassion: She cares deeply for humanity, enough that she wants to "preserve" the best of them in her sacred lance. [[spoiler:The catch is she wants them more as specimens than people. The protagonist can rage at her that they aren't butterflies to be pinned to a board.]]
* DeityOfHumanOrigin: [[spoiler:Prolonged proximity to Rhongonmyiad has turned her into a Divine Spirit, amplifying the original Altria's cold, logical approach to kingship and burning out her human empathy.]]
* ForWantOfANail: [[spoiler:She comes from a timeline where Bedivere did not return Excalibur to the Lady of the Lake, thereby keeping Altria immortal. She would then wander the earth as a lingering spirit, slowing turning
combining his sorcery into the goddess Rhongonmyiad, until summoning ritual, he managed to turn Servants into omnicidal undead monsters.
* {{Foreshadowing}}: Him not belonging to one of
the incineration seven standard Servant classes is foreshadowed in Shimosa as he comments that his Caster class is only a mere husk and that he really is a "droplet of human history prompted her ego guided by a greater being", hinting at his Alter Ego class.
* TheHeavy: He mentions at the end that he was merely just a flunky sent by a higher-up
to venture instigate the plot, using this parallel Shimosa.
* NightmareFace: He's kind of handsome, as long as he stays calm. Anger tends to badly distort his face and eyes, like a ComicalAngryFace without any comedy.
* OneWingedAngel: In Shimosa, he transforms himself
into a singularity gigantic ghost to save some samples of humanity.]]
* GracefulLoser: [[spoiler:Her plan is foiled when Bedivere returns Excalibur and shatters Rhongonmyiad. However, now she has Excalibur and could use it to wipe out the Chaldea group but instead lets them go. Implicitly, her reasoning is if she can't carry out her plan, she might as well bet on the long shot.]]
* HijackedByGanon: Despite being the Arcvillain, she doesn't have the Camelot Grail. Ozymandias does, and informs Chaldea that they arrived too late and the proper conflict over the singularity is already over. Much of the singularity is then devoted to figuring out exactly what she's doing there and what she wants.
* LackOfEmpathy: She's noted to not really seem to get people, basically the actualization of the initial fears that Altria never truly understood anyone.
* SummonMagic: She summoned the Knights of the Round Table to the singularity. It wasn't very precise though, and some of the knights she summoned ended up fighting against her.
attack Musashi.



[[folder:Lostbelt Alter Ego]]
!!Ashiya Doman
[[quoteright:350:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/20171018_072830.png]]
->'''Origin:''' Japan (10th century)\\
'''First appearance:''' ''Fate/Grand Order''\\
'''Illustrated by''': Shouichi Furumi\\
'''Voiced by''': Creator/ToshiyukiMorikawa

An Onmyouji famously known as Abe no Seimei's rival, he is the instigator of an incident in a Subcategory Parallel World in ''Epic of Remnant'' part three under the alias of Caster Limbo.

He returns in ''Cosmos in the Lostbelt'' as an enemy and in his original Alter Ego class.

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[[folder:Lostbelt Alter Ego]]
!!Ashiya Doman
[[quoteright:350:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/20171018_072830.png]]
->'''Origin:''' Japan (10th century)\\
'''First appearance:''' ''Fate/Grand Order''\\
'''Illustrated by''': Shouichi Furumi\\
Assassin]]
->'''Illustrated by:''' Arco Wada\\
'''Voiced by''': Creator/ToshiyukiMorikawa

An Onmyouji famously known as Abe no Seimei's rival, he is
by:''' Creator/ChiwaSaito

A mysterious Assassin-class Servant who will appear in one of
the instigator Lostbelts... scratch that, she's one of an incident in a Subcategory Parallel World in ''Epic of Remnant'' part three under the alias of Caster Limbo.

He returns in ''Cosmos in the Lostbelt'' as an enemy and in his original Alter Ego class.
Tamamo Nine.



* AllThereInTheScript: His name isn't actually revealed in Shimosa proper, but Archer Inferno's Extra profile section outright calls him by his true name.
* ArcVillain: He is this for Shimosa.
* TheCorrupter: The creation of the Seven Swordsmen was his idea: by combining his sorcery into the summoning ritual, he managed to turn Servants into omnicidal undead monsters.
* {{Foreshadowing}}: Him not belonging to one of the seven standard Servant classes is foreshadowed in Shimosa as he comments that his Caster class is only a mere husk and that he really is a "droplet of ego guided by a greater being", hinting at his Alter Ego class.
* TheHeavy: He mentions at the end that he was merely just a flunky sent by a higher-up to instigate the plot, using this parallel Shimosa.
* NightmareFace: He's kind of handsome, as long as he stays calm. Anger tends to badly distort his face and eyes, like a ComicalAngryFace without any comedy.
* OneWingedAngel: In Shimosa, he transforms himself into a gigantic ghost to attack Musashi.

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* AllThereInTheScript: His name isn't actually revealed in Shimosa proper, but Archer Inferno's Extra profile section outright calls him by his true name.
* ArcVillain: He is this for Shimosa.
* TheCorrupter: The creation of the Seven Swordsmen was his idea: by combining his sorcery into the summoning ritual, he managed to turn Servants into omnicidal undead monsters.
* {{Foreshadowing}}: Him not belonging to one of the seven standard Servant classes is foreshadowed in Shimosa as he comments
FormFittingWardrobe: She wears a skintight suit that his Caster class is only a mere husk has openings in thighs and that he really is a "droplet of ego guided by a greater being", hinting at his Alter Ego class.
* TheHeavy: He mentions at the end that he was merely just a flunky sent by a higher-up to instigate the plot, using this parallel Shimosa.
* NightmareFace: He's kind of handsome, as long as he stays calm. Anger tends to badly distort his face and eyes, like a ComicalAngryFace without any comedy.
* OneWingedAngel: In Shimosa, he transforms himself into a gigantic ghost to attack Musashi.
chest.
%%* {{Meganekko}}



[[folder:Lostbelt Assassin]]
->'''Illustrated by:''' Arco Wada\\
'''Voiced by:''' Creator/ChiwaSaito

A mysterious Assassin-class Servant who will appear in one of the Lostbelts... scratch that, she's one of the Tamamo Nine.

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[[folder:Lostbelt Assassin]]
Berserker]]
->'''Illustrated by:''' Arco Wada\\
pako\\
'''Voiced by:''' Creator/ChiwaSaito

Creator/NobunagaShimazaki

A mysterious Assassin-class Berserker-class Servant who will appear in one of the Lostbelts... scratch that, she's one of the Tamamo Nine.Lostbelts.



* FormFittingWardrobe: She wears a skintight suit that has openings in thighs and chest.
%%* {{Meganekko}}

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* FormFittingWardrobe: She wears TheCollector: Similar to Gilgamesh, he is a skintight suit that has openings in thighs collector of powerful divine weapons. Worryingly, much like how Gilgamesh sought to purge the world of the weak and chest.
%%* {{Meganekko}}
generally unworthy during ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'', this Berserker is focused on eliminating "evil" with the contents of his expansive and dangerous arsenal.
* LittleBitBeastly: He possesses a pair of glowing horns and a long white tail.
* TheQuietOne: Bar none, the most subdued Berserker in terms of volume.



[[folder:Lostbelt Berserker]]
->'''Illustrated by:''' pako\\
'''Voiced by:''' Creator/NobunagaShimazaki

A mysterious Berserker-class Servant who will appear in one of the Lostbelts.
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* TheCollector: Similar to Gilgamesh, he is a collector of powerful divine weapons. Worryingly, much like how Gilgamesh sought to purge the world of the weak and generally unworthy during ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'', this Berserker is focused on eliminating "evil" with the contents of his expansive and dangerous arsenal.
* LittleBitBeastly: He possesses a pair of glowing horns and a long white tail.
* TheQuietOne: Bar none, the most subdued Berserker in terms of volume.
[[/folder]]


[[folder:Lostbelt Alter Ego]]
!!Ashiya Doman
[[quoteright:350:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/20171018_072830.png]]
->'''Origin:''' Japan (10th century)\\

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[[folder:Lostbelt Alter Ego]]
!!Ashiya Doman
[[quoteright:350:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/20171018_072830.png]]
->'''Origin:''' Japan (10th century)\\
[[folder:Lion King]]
-> Rarity: SSR (5*) [[note]]Presumably, as this is Altria Lancer's rarity.[[/note]]\\
'''Origin:'''England ([[Myth/KingArthur Arthurian Mythology]])\\



'''Illustrated by''': Shouichi Furumi\\
'''Voiced by''': Creator/ToshiyukiMorikawa

An Onmyouji famously known as Abe no Seimei's rival, he is the instigator of an incident in a Subcategory Parallel World in ''Epic of Remnant'' part three under the alias of Caster Limbo.

He returns in ''Cosmos in the Lostbelt'' as an enemy and in his original Alter Ego class.

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'''Illustrated by''': Shouichi Furumi\\
by:''' Akira Ishida\\
'''Voiced by''': Creator/ToshiyukiMorikawa

An Onmyouji famously known as Abe no Seimei's rival, he
by:''' Creator/AyakoKawasumi

A WhatIf version of King Arthur, who
is the instigator of an incident in a Subcategory Parallel World in ''Epic of Remnant'' part three under the alias of Caster Limbo.

He returns in ''Cosmos in the Lostbelt'' as an
main enemy and in his original Alter Ego class. of the Camelot singularity.



* AllThereInTheScript: His name isn't actually revealed in Shimosa proper, but Archer Inferno's Extra profile section outright calls him by his true name.
* ArcVillain: He is this for Shimosa.
* TheCorrupter: The creation of the Seven Swordsmen was his idea: by combining his sorcery into the summoning ritual, he managed to turn Servants into omnicidal undead monsters.
* {{Foreshadowing}}: Him not belonging to one of the seven standard Servant classes is foreshadowed in Shimosa as he comments that his Caster class is only a mere husk and that he really is a "droplet of ego guided by a greater being", hinting at his Alter Ego class.
* TheHeavy: He mentions at the end that he was merely just a flunky sent by a higher-up to instigate the plot, using this parallel Shimosa.
* NightmareFace: He's kind of handsome, as long as he stays calm. Anger tends to badly distort his face and eyes, like a ComicalAngryFace without any comedy.
* OneWingedAngel: In Shimosa, he transforms himself into a gigantic ghost to attack Musashi.

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* AllThereInTheScript: His name isn't actually revealed in Shimosa proper, but Archer Inferno's Extra profile section outright calls him by his true name.
* ArcVillain: He is this for Shimosa.
* TheCorrupter:
The creation BigBad of the Seven Swordsmen was his idea: Camelot singularity, but has little connection to the greater plot.
* BadBoss: Gives Mordred a Gift that uses her own soul as fuel and sends her from Camelot to kill it's enemies until she eventually dies from it. When Gawain lets some attackers escape, she forgives him
by combining his sorcery blasting him with Rhongonmyiad.
* CondescendingCompassion: She cares deeply for humanity, enough that she wants to "preserve" the best of them in her sacred lance. [[spoiler:The catch is she wants them more as specimens than people. The protagonist can rage at her that they aren't butterflies to be pinned to a board.]]
* DeityOfHumanOrigin: [[spoiler:Prolonged proximity to Rhongonmyiad has turned her into a Divine Spirit, amplifying the original Altria's cold, logical approach to kingship and burning out her human empathy.]]
* ForWantOfANail: [[spoiler:She comes from a timeline where Bedivere did not return Excalibur to the Lady of the Lake, thereby keeping Altria immortal. She would then wander the earth as a lingering spirit, slowing turning
into the summoning ritual, he managed goddess Rhongonmyiad, until the incineration of human history prompted her to turn Servants venture into omnicidal undead monsters.
* {{Foreshadowing}}: Him not belonging
a singularity to one save some samples of humanity.]]
* GracefulLoser: [[spoiler:Her plan is foiled when Bedivere returns Excalibur and shatters Rhongonmyiad. However, now she has Excalibur and could use it to wipe out the Chaldea group but instead lets them go. Implicitly, her reasoning is if she can't carry out her plan, she might as well bet on the long shot.]]
* HijackedByGanon: Despite being the Arcvillain, she doesn't have the Camelot Grail. Ozymandias does, and informs Chaldea that they arrived too late and the proper conflict over the singularity is already over. Much
of the seven standard Servant classes singularity is foreshadowed in Shimosa as he comments that his Caster class is only a mere husk then devoted to figuring out exactly what she's doing there and that he what she wants.
* LackOfEmpathy: She's noted to not
really is a "droplet of ego guided by a greater being", hinting at his Alter Ego class.
* TheHeavy: He mentions at
seem to get people, basically the end actualization of the initial fears that he was merely just a flunky sent by a higher-up to instigate Altria never truly understood anyone.
* SummonMagic: She summoned
the plot, using this parallel Shimosa.
* NightmareFace: He's kind
Knights of handsome, as long as he stays calm. Anger tends the Round Table to badly distort his face the singularity. It wasn't very precise though, and eyes, like a ComicalAngryFace without any comedy.
* OneWingedAngel: In Shimosa, he transforms himself into a gigantic ghost to attack Musashi.
some of the knights she summoned ended up fighting against her.



[[folder:Lostbelt Assassin]]
->'''Illustrated by:''' Arco Wada\\
'''Voiced by:''' Creator/ChiwaSaito

A mysterious Assassin-class Servant who will appear in one of the Lostbelts... scratch that, she's one of the Tamamo Nine.

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[[folder:Lostbelt Assassin]]
->'''Illustrated by:''' Arco Wada\\
Alter Ego]]
!!Ashiya Doman
[[quoteright:350:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/20171018_072830.png]]
->'''Origin:''' Japan (10th century)\\
'''First appearance:''' ''Fate/Grand Order''\\
'''Illustrated by''': Shouichi Furumi\\
'''Voiced by:''' Creator/ChiwaSaito

A mysterious Assassin-class Servant who will appear in one of
by''': Creator/ToshiyukiMorikawa

An Onmyouji famously known as Abe no Seimei's rival, he is
the Lostbelts... scratch that, she's one instigator of an incident in a Subcategory Parallel World in ''Epic of Remnant'' part three under the Tamamo Nine.alias of Caster Limbo.

He returns in ''Cosmos in the Lostbelt'' as an enemy and in his original Alter Ego class.



* FormFittingWardrobe: She wears a skintight suit that has openings in thighs and chest.
%%* {{Meganekko}}

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* FormFittingWardrobe: She wears a skintight suit AllThereInTheScript: His name isn't actually revealed in Shimosa proper, but Archer Inferno's Extra profile section outright calls him by his true name.
* ArcVillain: He is this for Shimosa.
* TheCorrupter: The creation of the Seven Swordsmen was his idea: by combining his sorcery into the summoning ritual, he managed to turn Servants into omnicidal undead monsters.
* {{Foreshadowing}}: Him not belonging to one of the seven standard Servant classes is foreshadowed in Shimosa as he comments
that has openings in thighs his Caster class is only a mere husk and chest.
%%* {{Meganekko}}
that he really is a "droplet of ego guided by a greater being", hinting at his Alter Ego class.
* TheHeavy: He mentions at the end that he was merely just a flunky sent by a higher-up to instigate the plot, using this parallel Shimosa.
* NightmareFace: He's kind of handsome, as long as he stays calm. Anger tends to badly distort his face and eyes, like a ComicalAngryFace without any comedy.
* OneWingedAngel: In Shimosa, he transforms himself into a gigantic ghost to attack Musashi.



[[folder:Lostbelt Berserker]]
->'''Illustrated by:''' pako\\
'''Voiced by:''' Creator/NobunagaShimazaki

A mysterious Berserker-class Servant who will appear in one of the Lostbelts.

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[[folder:Lostbelt Berserker]]
Assassin]]
->'''Illustrated by:''' pako\\
Arco Wada\\
'''Voiced by:''' Creator/NobunagaShimazaki

Creator/ChiwaSaito

A mysterious Berserker-class Assassin-class Servant who will appear in one of the Lostbelts.Lostbelts... scratch that, she's one of the Tamamo Nine.



* TheCollector: Similar to Gilgamesh, he is a collector of powerful divine weapons. Worryingly, much like how Gilgamesh sought to purge the world of the weak and generally unworthy during ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'', this Berserker is focused on eliminating "evil" with the contents of his expansive and dangerous arsenal.
* LittleBitBeastly: He possesses a pair of glowing horns and a long white tail.
* TheQuietOne: Bar none, the most subdued Berserker in terms of volume.

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* TheCollector: Similar to Gilgamesh, he is FormFittingWardrobe: She wears a collector of powerful divine weapons. Worryingly, much like how Gilgamesh sought to purge the world of the weak skintight suit that has openings in thighs and generally unworthy during ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'', this Berserker is focused on eliminating "evil" with the contents of his expansive and dangerous arsenal.
* LittleBitBeastly: He possesses a pair of glowing horns and a long white tail.
* TheQuietOne: Bar none, the most subdued Berserker in terms of volume.
chest.
%%* {{Meganekko}}


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[[folder:Lostbelt Berserker]]
->'''Illustrated by:''' pako\\
'''Voiced by:''' Creator/NobunagaShimazaki

A mysterious Berserker-class Servant who will appear in one of the Lostbelts.
----
* TheCollector: Similar to Gilgamesh, he is a collector of powerful divine weapons. Worryingly, much like how Gilgamesh sought to purge the world of the weak and generally unworthy during ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'', this Berserker is focused on eliminating "evil" with the contents of his expansive and dangerous arsenal.
* LittleBitBeastly: He possesses a pair of glowing horns and a long white tail.
* TheQuietOne: Bar none, the most subdued Berserker in terms of volume.
[[/folder]]


* OOCIsSeriousBusiness: Mash fondly remembers the strong feelings she felt when he saved her and gave her his abilities as accepting both her and the protagonist. His more antagonistic mindset in Lostroom and Cosmos in the Lostbelt contrasts greatly with the man she remembers. [[spoiler:The implication being he knows things about the Alien God neither the protagonists or the player know about, and that there's more going on than mere InsaneTrollLogic.]]


* CanineCompanion: Her Noble Phantasm allows her to summon her dog Toge, who's basically Heracles as a dog.
* MythologyGag: Her CanineCompanion Toge is similar to Heracles, a common partner to Illya. In fact her very first scene in the story has her thanking Heracles for always protecting her, but telling him to stand down and let the player pass.

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* CanineCompanion: Her Noble Phantasm allows her to summon her dog Toge, who's basically Heracles as a dog.
* MythologyGag: Her CanineCompanion Toge She is similar able to Heracles, a common partner to Illya.summon Illya's Servant Heracles in place of the mythological Shitonai's CanineCompanion. In fact her very first scene in the story has her thanking Heracles for always protecting her, but telling him to stand down and let the player pass.



* SplitPersonalityTeam: Shitonai, Freya and Louhi all share Illya's body in seeming alliance, though Freya is the predominate personality.

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* SplitPersonalityTeam: Shitonai, Freya and Louhi all share Illya's body in seeming alliance, though Freya is the predominate personality.
personality. Despite this Shitonai is the name given in her text box, and she still tells the player to refer to her as Illya.


* MythologyGag: A reference to Skaði was made in Scáthach's material page, suggesting a connection between to the two.[[note]]Which is something that occurs in real-life, as Scáthach and Skaði do have some etymological connections, up to the point of being considered the same individual in some myths.[[/note]] Now Scáthach Caster appears, as the host for the goddess Skaði. Also, her costume has the leather straps adorned across it, similar to her Lancer incarnation.

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* MythologyGag: A reference to Skaði was made in Scáthach's material page, suggesting a connection between to the two.[[note]]Which is something that occurs in real-life, as Scáthach and Skaði do have some etymological connections, up to the point of being considered the same individual in some myths.[[/note]] Now Scáthach Caster appears, as the host for the goddess Skaði. Also, her costume has the leather straps adorned across it, similar to her Lancer incarnation.


A Jötunn and a goddess hailing from Norse Mythology. After Surtr's rampage left her as the last remaining god and the rest of the world in flames, she fused herself with a certain Scottish warrior queen in order to rule over the surviving humans and giants as their guardian.

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A Jötunn and a goddess hailing from Norse Mythology. After Surtr's rampage left her as the last remaining god and the rest of the world in flames, she was fused herself with a certain Scottish warrior queen in order to rule over the surviving humans and giants as their guardian.


* GracefulLoser: [[spoiler:She accepts she lost and that her kingdom is done for after the protagonists manage to beat her and tries to undo any damage done to give everyone some temporary respite.]]
* HopeSpot:[[spoiler: Has one after Surtr's defeat: without needing to focus on keeping him imprisoned, she can use her full Authority to take proper control of the Giants and lead Humanity, with it actually being possible to ''advance'' the Lostbelt, a dead timeline. Since her world need to die for ours to live, she turns antagonistic now that it has chance of surviving, but fails. To her credit, she simply accepts this outcome.]]
* HorrifyingTheHorror: She considers Chaldea to be terrifying considering what we have been able to do without little to no assistance from the Counter Force.
* InstantRunes: One attack animation involve inscribing runes in her opponent's body, for it to explode in crystal ice.
* MythologyGag: A reference to Skaði was made in Scáthach's material page, suggesting a connection to the two.[[note]]Which is something that occurs in real-life, as Scáthach and Skaði do have some etymological connections, up to the point of being considered the same individual is some myths[[/note]] Now Scáthach Caster appears, as the host for the goddess Skaði. Also, her costume has the leather straps adorned across it, similar to her Lancer incarnation.

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* GracefulLoser: [[spoiler:She accepts she lost and that her kingdom is done for after the protagonists manage to beat her her, and tries to undo any damage done to give everyone some temporary respite.]]
* HopeSpot:[[spoiler: Has one after Surtr's defeat: without needing to focus on keeping him imprisoned, she can use her full Authority to take proper control of the Giants and lead Humanity, with it actually being possible to ''advance'' the Lostbelt, a dead timeline. Since her world need needs to die for ours to live, she turns antagonistic now that it has s chance of surviving, but fails. To her credit, she simply accepts this outcome.]]
* HorrifyingTheHorror: She considers Chaldea to be terrifying considering what we have been able to do without with little to no assistance from the Counter Force.
* InstantRunes: One attack animation involve involves inscribing runes in her opponent's body, for it to explode in crystal ice.
* MythologyGag: A reference to Skaði was made in Scáthach's material page, suggesting a connection between to the two.[[note]]Which is something that occurs in real-life, as Scáthach and Skaði do have some etymological connections, up to the point of being considered the same individual is in some myths[[/note]] myths.[[/note]] Now Scáthach Caster appears, as the host for the goddess Skaði. Also, her costume has the leather straps adorned across it, similar to her Lancer incarnation.



* TheUntwist: Meta Example as prior to her release, there was some debate among players on if she was Scáthach or her sister Aífe, with the supporters of the latter claiming her design was TOO obvious and it's not the first time Type-Moon has cast the same person to voice close relatives. Obviously she really is Scáthach, though few if any guessed at her being from the Lostbelt as well being the avatar for Skadi.
* WellIntentionedExtremist: She certainly seems to think she is: [[spoiler:She rules both the giants and humans as she believes she is the mother of Northern Europe. However, the giants need to eat Humans to survive. To solve this problem, anyone who reaches the age of 25 will be taken by the Valkyrie to be fed to the giants, along with any women who don't have a child by age 15.]]
* WorfHadTheFlu:[[spoiler: The reason Chaldea is able to beat her, despite being a goddess with Odin's powers and...well, [[TheAce Scathach]], is because she had already used a majority of her Prana containing Surtr for the past 3000 years and then supporting you in taking him down. She still gives you trouble, and is filled with determination from her HopeSpot, but she's running on fumes.]]

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* TheUntwist: Meta Example Example, as prior to her release, there was some debate among players on if whether she was Scáthach or her sister Aífe, with the supporters of the latter claiming her design was TOO obvious and it's not the first time Type-Moon has cast the same person to voice close relatives. Obviously she really is Scáthach, though few if any guessed at her being from the a Lostbelt as well as being the avatar for Skadi.
* WellIntentionedExtremist: She certainly seems to think she is: [[spoiler:She rules both the giants and humans as she believes she is the mother of Northern Europe. However, the giants need to eat Humans humans to survive. To solve this problem, anyone who reaches the age of 25 will be taken by the Valkyrie to be fed to the giants, along with any women who don't have a child by age 15.]]
* WorfHadTheFlu:[[spoiler: The reason Chaldea is able to beat her, despite being a goddess with Odin's powers and...well, [[TheAce Scathach]], Scáthach]], is because she had she's already used a majority of her Prana containing Surtr for the past 3000 years and then supporting you in taking him down. She still gives you trouble, and is filled with determination from her HopeSpot, but she's running on fumes.]]


* HopeSpot:[[spoiler: Has one after Sutur's defeat: without needing to focus on keeping him imprisoned, she can use her full Authority to take proper control of the Giants and lead Humanity, with it actually being possible to ''advance'' the Lostbelt, a dead timeline. Since her world need to die for ours to live, she turns antagonistic now that it has chance of surviving, but fails. To her credit, she simply accepts this outcome.]]

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* HopeSpot:[[spoiler: Has one after Sutur's Surtr's defeat: without needing to focus on keeping him imprisoned, she can use her full Authority to take proper control of the Giants and lead Humanity, with it actually being possible to ''advance'' the Lostbelt, a dead timeline. Since her world need to die for ours to live, she turns antagonistic now that it has chance of surviving, but fails. To her credit, she simply accepts this outcome.]]


* CanineCompanion: Her Noble Phantasm allows her to summon her dog Toge, who's basically Hercules as a dog.
* MythologyGag: Her CanineCompanion Toge is similar to Hercules, a common partner to Illya.

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* CanineCompanion: Her Noble Phantasm allows her to summon her dog Toge, who's basically Hercules Heracles as a dog.
* MythologyGag: Her CanineCompanion Toge is similar to Hercules, Heracles, a common partner to Illya.Illya. In fact her very first scene in the story has her thanking Heracles for always protecting her, but telling him to stand down and let the player pass.
** A single Alter Ego made up of three spirits, and who physically resembles a character from ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight''? She is very similar in concept to the Sakura Five from ''Extra CCC''.

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[[caption-width-right:350:Mother of Nothern Europe]]


The Adult version of Lancer Medusa that appears in First Order. She has not appeared in the game, though a child version of Lancer and the traditional Adult Rider have. Like all other servants in this war aside from Caster Cu, she has been blackened by the corrupted grail.

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The Adult version of Lancer Medusa that appears in First Order. She has not appeared in the game, though a child version of Lancer and the traditional Adult Rider have.have, along with a similarly Evil Gorgon as an Avenger. Like all other servants in this war aside from Caster Cu, she has been blackened by the corrupted grail.



* CompositeCharacter: Has the class of Medusa "Lily", but has the appearance of her adult Rider version and has Harpe as her Noble Phantasm.

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* CompositeCharacter: Has the class of Medusa "Lily", but has the appearance of her adult Rider version and has Harpe as her Noble Phantasm. She's also straight up evil like Gorgon, though not to that extent.


* TheUntwist: Meta Example as prior to her release, there was some debate among players on if she was Scáthach or her sister Aífe, with the supporters of the latter claiming her design was TOO obvious and it's not the first time Type-Moon has cast the same person to voice close relatives. Obviously she really is Scáthach, though few if any guessed at her being the avatar from the Lostbelt as well being the avatar for Skadi.

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* TheUntwist: Meta Example as prior to her release, there was some debate among players on if she was Scáthach or her sister Aífe, with the supporters of the latter claiming her design was TOO obvious and it's not the first time Type-Moon has cast the same person to voice close relatives. Obviously she really is Scáthach, though few if any guessed at her being the avatar from the Lostbelt as well being the avatar for Skadi.


->'''Origin:''' Ainu Mythology (Shitonai), Myth/NorseMythology (Freya), Characters/FinnishMythology (Louhi)\\

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->'''Origin:''' Ainu Mythology (Shitonai), Myth/NorseMythology (Freya), Characters/FinnishMythology (Louhi)\\(Louhi), Original Creation (Illya)\\


* WorfHadTheFlu:[[spoiler: The reason Chaldea is able to beat her, despite being a goddess with Odin's powers and...well, [[TheAce Scathach]], is because she had already used a majority of her Prana containing Surtr for past 3000 years and then supporting you in taking him down. She still gives you trouble, and is filled with determination from her HopeSpot, but she's running on fumes.]]

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* WorfHadTheFlu:[[spoiler: The reason Chaldea is able to beat her, despite being a goddess with Odin's powers and...well, [[TheAce Scathach]], is because she had already used a majority of her Prana containing Surtr for the past 3000 years and then supporting you in taking him down. She still gives you trouble, and is filled with determination from her HopeSpot, but she's running on fumes.]]

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* HopeSpot:[[spoiler: Has one after Sutur's defeat: without needing to focus on keeping him imprisoned, she can use her full Authority to take proper control of the Giants and lead Humanity, with it actually being possible to ''advance'' the Lostbelt, a dead timeline. Since her world need to die for ours to live, she turns antagonistic now that it has chance of surviving, but fails. To her credit, she simply accepts this outcome.]]


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* WorfHadTheFlu:[[spoiler: The reason Chaldea is able to beat her, despite being a goddess with Odin's powers and...well, [[TheAce Scathach]], is because she had already used a majority of her Prana containing Surtr for past 3000 years and then supporting you in taking him down. She still gives you trouble, and is filled with determination from her HopeSpot, but she's running on fumes.]]

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