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* HateSink: [[spoiler:He's the very character that was designated for the players to hate with all their fiber beings, whereas he first murdered Olga Marie in cold blood and [[SmugSnake spent the rest of his time smugly telling how much doomed you are and how much he's going to beat you to pulp]]. Reappearing in the Temple of Solomon and Goetia 'developing' didn't fix his personality for better either, which is why his first death by Altera was met with much rejocing, and players made a beeline to kick his ass right after farming with Barbatos to avenge Olga.]]


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* SmugSnake: [[spoiler:When his Flauros personality rises, all his smiling face with eyes closed and bulging eyes became good enough accessories for how he would always talk about how futile your efforts are and how he'll take you down. You know, despite being the ''first'' Demon Pillar you face...]]


* AntiVillain: [[spoiler: Andras. His entire motivation was not wanting to die and lose his newfound sentience after the Pillars were separated from Goetia. His singularity was not born of nefarious intent, but of his joining with fellow regretful spirits to create a world where time does not progress. He also develops what really sounds like a VillainousCrush on Hijikata.]]

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* AntiVillain: [[spoiler: Andras.[[spoiler:Andras. His entire motivation was not wanting to die and lose his newfound sentience after the Pillars were separated from Goetia. His singularity was not born of nefarious intent, but of his joining with fellow regretful spirits to create a world where time does not progress. He also develops what really sounds like a VillainousCrush on Hijikata.]]



* HeelFaceTurn: [[spoiler: Some of the Demon Pillars opt at the very end to shield the Servants from other Demon Pillars.]]

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* HeelFaceTurn: [[spoiler: Some [[spoiler:Some of the Demon Pillars opt at the very end to shield the Servants from other Demon Pillars.]]



** [[spoiler: In the Final Order, the eight pillars guarding Solomon resurrect each time they die. It takes nearly every single Servant you've met thus far all working together to subjugate them by killing them over and over. The same is for all the Demon Pillars, as long as Ars Paulina is under their control, they can use it to cheat death over and over again.]]

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** [[spoiler: In [[spoiler:In the Final Order, the eight pillars guarding Solomon resurrect each time they die. It takes nearly every single Servant you've met thus far all working together to subjugate them by killing them over and over. The same is for all the Demon Pillars, as long as Ars Paulina is under their control, they can use it to cheat death over and over again.]]



* BackFromTheDead: He returns, well and alive, for the final singularity. [[spoiler: Then dies again as all the Demon Pillars self-destruct when the temple begins to collapse.]]
* CharacterOverlap: At some point, he rayshifted into the ''VideoGame/MeltyBlood'' timeline and he's in the newest Melty Blood manga, having teamed up with the Neko Arcs to construct something. [[spoiler: Before he dies again.]]

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* BackFromTheDead: He returns, well and alive, for the final singularity. [[spoiler: Then [[spoiler:Then dies again as all the Demon Pillars self-destruct when the temple begins to collapse.]]
* CharacterOverlap: At some point, he rayshifted into the ''VideoGame/MeltyBlood'' timeline and he's in the newest Melty Blood manga, having teamed up with the Neko Arcs to construct something. [[spoiler: Before [[spoiler:Before he dies again.]]



* ForWantOfANail: [[spoiler: Implied to be the reason why Goetia's plans never succeed in any of the other ''Fate'' related media, namely the original ''Stay Night'' timeline. By not awakening to being the Demon God Flauros by killing himself, he screwed over Goetia's plans]].
* HalfTheManHeUsedToBe: Gets vertically sliced in half in the Rome segment by Altera. [[spoiler: It happens again in the ''Melty Blood'' manga, but this time horizontally.]]
* HumanityIsInfectious: [[spoiler: He was the first Demon Pillar to truly gain emotions, allowing him to taunt and mock the protagonists while also letting him empathize with Mash's limited lifespan, hence Goetia's attempts to recruit her.]]

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* ForWantOfANail: [[spoiler: Implied [[spoiler:Implied to be the reason why Goetia's plans never succeed in any of the other ''Fate'' related media, namely the original ''Stay Night'' timeline. By not awakening to being the Demon God Flauros by killing himself, he screwed over Goetia's plans]].
* HalfTheManHeUsedToBe: Gets vertically sliced in half in the Rome segment by Altera. [[spoiler: It [[spoiler:It happens again in the ''Melty Blood'' manga, but this time horizontally.]]
* HumanityIsInfectious: [[spoiler: He [[spoiler:He was the first Demon Pillar to truly gain emotions, allowing him to taunt and mock the protagonists while also letting him empathize with Mash's limited lifespan, hence Goetia's attempts to recruit her.]]



* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: [[spoiler: He's mentioned to be the last Demon Pillar to disappear after Ars Nova, and is presumed to be the one to take one of Solomon's rings from his throne in ''Moonlight Lostroom'', so we likely haven't seen the last of him]].

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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: [[spoiler: He's [[spoiler:He's mentioned to be the last Demon Pillar to disappear after Ars Nova, and is presumed to be the one to take one of Solomon's rings from his throne in ''Moonlight Lostroom'', so we likely haven't seen the last of him]].



* TheCameo: He also turns up during the Fate/Accel Zero Order event in his decrepit old state, as he would canonically be during the timeline of ''LightNovel/FateZero'', [[spoiler:taking over as the Master of Lancelot after Kariya abandons his Command Seals and the Grail War to care for Sakura]]. [[spoiler: Oddly enough, [[DroppedABridgeOnHim he goes down like a punk immediately]] as Dark Irisviel/Justeaze takes center stage as the actual BigBad]].

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* TheCameo: He also turns up during the Fate/Accel Zero Order event in his decrepit old state, as he would canonically be during the timeline of ''LightNovel/FateZero'', [[spoiler:taking over as the Master of Lancelot after Kariya abandons his Command Seals and the Grail War to care for Sakura]]. [[spoiler: Oddly [[spoiler:Oddly enough, [[DroppedABridgeOnHim he goes down like a punk immediately]] as Dark Irisviel/Justeaze takes center stage as the actual BigBad]].



* DemonicPossession: [[spoiler: Solomon forces him to become a vessel for Barbatos.]]

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* DemonicPossession: [[spoiler: Solomon [[spoiler:Solomon forces him to become a vessel for Barbatos.]]



* ForcedIntoEvil: [[spoiler: Most of his actions in the London singularity are done under Goetia's orders, with him even bemoaning the fact he has no choice in the matter.]] The final singularity clarifies this: [[spoiler:The Matous alongside Lev's family are likely one of the 72 Houses of Magi meant to act as vessels for the Demon Pillars one day.]]

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* ForcedIntoEvil: [[spoiler: Most [[spoiler:Most of his actions in the London singularity are done under Goetia's orders, with him even bemoaning the fact he has no choice in the matter.]] The final singularity clarifies this: [[spoiler:The Matous alongside Lev's family are likely one of the 72 Houses of Magi meant to act as vessels for the Demon Pillars one day.]]



* LastBreathBullet: [[spoiler: Just as he seems defeated, Zouken manages to summon Tesla, who proceeds to give the Protagonist a heck of a lot more trouble.]]

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* LastBreathBullet: [[spoiler: Just [[spoiler:Just as he seems defeated, Zouken manages to summon Tesla, who proceeds to give the Protagonist a heck of a lot more trouble.]]



* VillainousFriendship: They certainly weren't villains at the time, but Mash recalls them all being surprisingly tight-knit, remembering a scene from Chaldea barely after Team A's formation where Kadoc was receiving encouragement from Beryl, Wodime and Daybit discussed mythology, and Peperoncino was teasing Ophelia over some joke, as if they were longtime friends. [[spoiler: The only one who didn't take part was Hinako, out of fear from revealing her true nature by accident, but she still cared about them and watched them with vested interest from afar under the cover of reading a book in the corner]].

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* VillainousFriendship: They certainly weren't villains at the time, but Mash recalls them all being surprisingly tight-knit, remembering a scene from Chaldea barely after Team A's formation where Kadoc was receiving encouragement from Beryl, Wodime and Daybit discussed mythology, and Peperoncino was teasing Ophelia over some joke, as if they were longtime friends. [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The only one who didn't take part was Hinako, out of fear from revealing her true nature by accident, but she still cared about them and watched them with vested interest from afar under the cover of reading a book in the corner]].






* ExtremeDoormat: [[spoiler: Because her Mystic Eye can see all possibilities, she lacks any independent volition and can't act on her own accord similar to [[Characters/FateGrandOrderSabers "Ryougi Shiki"]]. She hates Sundays because of this, as Sunday is basically her day-off and she spends them doing ''nothing'' because she isn't expected to do anything important on Sunday.]]

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* ExtremeDoormat: [[spoiler: Because [[spoiler:Because her Mystic Eye can see all possibilities, she lacks any independent volition and can't act on her own accord similar to [[Characters/FateGrandOrderSabers "Ryougi Shiki"]]. She hates Sundays because of this, as Sunday is basically her day-off and she spends them doing ''nothing'' because she isn't expected to do anything important on Sunday.]]



* RedEyesTakeWarning: [[spoiler: Her hidden Mystic Eye is revealed to be [[https://i.imgur.com/uXh12RW.png bright red]].]]

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* RedEyesTakeWarning: [[spoiler: Her [[spoiler:Her hidden Mystic Eye is revealed to be [[https://i.imgur.com/uXh12RW.png bright red]].]]



* CuteLittleFangs: Which are shown off whenever she gets angry. [[spoiler: There is more to this than just making her look cute, however.]]

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* CuteLittleFangs: Which are shown off whenever she gets angry. [[spoiler: There [[spoiler:There is more to this than just making her look cute, however.]]



** According to da Vinci, she basically read books in bed all day and refused to have medical examinations by Dr. Roman, pouting whenever they tried to get her out of her room for them. [[spoiler: As it turns out, refusing to be examined at least had a reason for it, considering it would have immediately outed her true nature.]]
** She's also a poor antagonist with the lowest Lostbelt rating among Team A with Grade E. (Kadoc, who might be even less inclined to act than her and is the first of the group the protagonist faces, has a Grade D for his Lostbelt). Her terrible grade is apparently because she has put nearly zero effort into actually accomplishing her team's goals and is perfectly content with just sitting back and letting the other six do it first. [[spoiler: As it turns out, this is less out of laziness and more a fear that shaking things up will take her husband away from her again.]]
** During their first meeting after creating the Lostbelts, she immediately claims that her Lostbelt won't expand and forfeits from competing before they even really started. [[spoiler: This turns out to be in part because it ''can't'' expand, since Qin Shi Huang is unaware of the other Lostbelts as Hinako didn't tell him for for fear he'd use her husband as a weapon again, thus he doesn't put effort into expanding it]].

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** According to da Vinci, she basically read books in bed all day and refused to have medical examinations by Dr. Roman, pouting whenever they tried to get her out of her room for them. [[spoiler: As [[spoiler:As it turns out, refusing to be examined at least had a reason for it, considering it would have immediately outed her true nature.]]
** She's also a poor antagonist with the lowest Lostbelt rating among Team A with Grade E. (Kadoc, who might be even less inclined to act than her and is the first of the group the protagonist faces, has a Grade D for his Lostbelt). Her terrible grade is apparently because she has put nearly zero effort into actually accomplishing her team's goals and is perfectly content with just sitting back and letting the other six do it first. [[spoiler: As [[spoiler:As it turns out, this is less out of laziness and more a fear that shaking things up will take her husband away from her again.]]
** During their first meeting after creating the Lostbelts, she immediately claims that her Lostbelt won't expand and forfeits from competing before they even really started. [[spoiler: This [[spoiler:This turns out to be in part because it ''can't'' expand, since Qin Shi Huang is unaware of the other Lostbelts as Hinako didn't tell him for for fear he'd use her husband as a weapon again, thus he doesn't put effort into expanding it]].



* OurVampiresAreDifferent: [[spoiler: Even compared to the rest of Vampires in the Nasuverse. At first she's believed to be a True Ancestor, a type of vampire that doesn't need to suck blood but cannot indefinitely resist the urge to do so. They're the origin of the more classic type of vampires, hence the name. In actuality, she is even different from regular True Ancestors, being an incarnated Elemental created by Gaia, rather than by Crimson Moon, for the purpose of maintaining the Planet's surface, and she doesn't even possess a constant desire for blood. Blood for is just the fastest way to get mana and not something she constantly resists and makes her go insane if she indulges. She mostly just absorbs in from the environment around her for nourishment, though she wouldn't be able to if she was placed in a wasteland.]]

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* OurVampiresAreDifferent: [[spoiler: Even [[spoiler:Even compared to the rest of Vampires in the Nasuverse. At first she's believed to be a True Ancestor, a type of vampire that doesn't need to suck blood but cannot indefinitely resist the urge to do so. They're the origin of the more classic type of vampires, hence the name. In actuality, she is even different from regular True Ancestors, being an incarnated Elemental created by Gaia, rather than by Crimson Moon, for the purpose of maintaining the Planet's surface, and she doesn't even possess a constant desire for blood. Blood for is just the fastest way to get mana and not something she constantly resists and makes her go insane if she indulges. She mostly just absorbs in from the environment around her for nourishment, though she wouldn't be able to if she was placed in a wasteland.]]



* TogetherInDeath: [[spoiler: With Xiang Yu, in a roundabout way. As Emperor Qin points out as she's dying in an attempt to comfort her, as a TA she can easily will herself to become a Servant along with her husband, and will then always have a chance to be summoned together.]]
* VillainousBreakdown: [[spoiler: After seeing her husband die ''again'', she plummets past the DespairEventHorizon and, after going on a rant screaming that killing other worlds to save the "proper" one is wrong and just generally cursing the protagonist, gives up her physical body to merge with the Phantasy Tree in a last ditch effort to take the heroes down.]]

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* TogetherInDeath: [[spoiler: With [[spoiler:With Xiang Yu, in a roundabout way. As Emperor Qin points out as she's dying in an attempt to comfort her, as a TA she can easily will herself to become a Servant along with her husband, and will then always have a chance to be summoned together.]]
* VillainousBreakdown: [[spoiler: After [[spoiler:After seeing her husband die ''again'', she plummets past the DespairEventHorizon and, after going on a rant screaming that killing other worlds to save the "proper" one is wrong and just generally cursing the protagonist, gives up her physical body to merge with the Phantasy Tree in a last ditch effort to take the heroes down.]]



* DueToTheDead: He's the only one who's outwardly and honestly upset with [[spoiler: Ophelia's passing, saying that he'll prepare a funeral wreath for her since his Lostbelt has no lack of beautiful flowers]].

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* DueToTheDead: He's the only one who's outwardly and honestly upset with [[spoiler: Ophelia's [[spoiler:Ophelia's passing, saying that he'll prepare a funeral wreath for her since his Lostbelt has no lack of beautiful flowers]].



* HeManWomanHater: He claims that you can't trust women at all after making a jab at Wodime that [[spoiler: Ophelia's final actions before her death]] essentially means she dumped him, and gets a bit riled up over the notion that the Player Character is protected and coddled by Mash.

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* HeManWomanHater: He claims that you can't trust women at all after making a jab at Wodime that [[spoiler: Ophelia's [[spoiler:Ophelia's final actions before her death]] essentially means she dumped him, and gets a bit riled up over the notion that the Player Character is protected and coddled by Mash.



%%* AssholeVictim: [[spoiler: Being a jerkass villain doesn't mean she is safe from cruelty, as in the third Lostbelt, she took a fatal blow from Li Shuwen, and was imprisoned and brutally tortured by Qin Shi Huangdi, who deemed her too dangerous to be running around.]]

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%%* AssholeVictim: [[spoiler: Being [[spoiler:Being a jerkass villain doesn't mean she is safe from cruelty, as in the third Lostbelt, she took a fatal blow from Li Shuwen, and was imprisoned and brutally tortured by Qin Shi Huangdi, who deemed her too dangerous to be running around.]]



* HateSink: Between [[spoiler: killing off most of Chaldea]] and her pointless cruelty in the first Lostbelt chapter, Koyanskaya has absolutely no redeeming qualities whatsoever.

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* HateSink: Between [[spoiler: killing [[spoiler:killing off most of Chaldea]] and her pointless cruelty in the first Lostbelt chapter, Koyanskaya has absolutely no redeeming qualities whatsoever.



* CharlesAtlasSuperpower: He proves himself more than capable of superhuman feats when he [[spoiler: chases down the Shadow Border on foot with a rocket launcher provided by Koyanskaya at a speed of just over 90 kilometers an hour]].

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* CharlesAtlasSuperpower: He proves himself more than capable of superhuman feats when he [[spoiler: chases [[spoiler:chases down the Shadow Border on foot with a rocket launcher provided by Koyanskaya at a speed of just over 90 kilometers an hour]].



* OldMaster: It's ''Kirei'' we're talking about. Being born on December 28th, 1967 and given that the prologue for the story's second chapter begins on December 26th, 2017 he's literally two days away from his 50th birthday at introduction. And by [[spoiler: impaling Da Vinci with his hand]], it shows that he retains his skill in Chinese martial arts.

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* OldMaster: It's ''Kirei'' we're talking about. Being born on December 28th, 1967 and given that the prologue for the story's second chapter begins on December 26th, 2017 he's literally two days away from his 50th birthday at introduction. And by [[spoiler: impaling [[spoiler:impaling Da Vinci with his hand]], it shows that he retains his skill in Chinese martial arts.



* BecauseYouWereNiceToMe: He fell in love with Ophelia[[spoiler: when they became connected during their respective first deaths]] as she sympathised with and reassured him on failing his task of bringing Ragnarok.

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* BecauseYouWereNiceToMe: He fell in love with Ophelia[[spoiler: when Ophelia[[spoiler:when they became connected during their respective first deaths]] as she sympathised with and reassured him on failing his task of bringing Ragnarok.



* DragonAncestry: He is considered part Giant and part Dragon considering [[spoiler: he possessed Sigurd for a while, and absorbed an aspect of Fafnir as a result]].

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* DragonAncestry: He is considered part Giant and part Dragon considering [[spoiler: he [[spoiler:he possessed Sigurd for a while, and absorbed an aspect of Fafnir as a result]].



* FusionDance: Later becomes "Surtr-Fenrir". [[spoiler:By the time the party fights him, he's also gained Fafnir's aspect from Sigurd and the Phantasy Tree's power after consuming it.]]

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* FusionDance: Later becomes "Surtr-Fenrir". [[spoiler:By the second time the party fights him, he's also gained Fafnir's aspect from Sigurd and the Phantasy Tree's power after consuming it.]]



* EvilerThanThou: She immediately dispatches [[spoiler: Zouken Matou]] when he finally steps out of the shadows to control the emergence of the Holy Grail.[[note]]It's either that or she's appalled by how far her colleague in the creation of the Grail has fallen--not that you would make any distinction between them by this point.[[/note]]

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* EvilerThanThou: She immediately dispatches [[spoiler: Zouken [[spoiler:Zouken Matou]] when he finally steps out of the shadows to control the emergence of the Holy Grail.[[note]]It's either that or she's appalled by how far her colleague in the creation of the Grail has fallen--not that you would make any distinction between them by this point.[[/note]]



** Justeaze's being mistaken for a darkened version of Irisviel won't exactly come off weird when you remember that [[spoiler: in the climax of ''LightNovel/FateZero'', Iri's corpse was possessed by Angra Mainyu while the Grail's contents were spilling out and causing destruction, and it later impersonated her while conversing with Kiritsugu and Ilya.]]

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** Justeaze's being mistaken for a darkened version of Irisviel won't exactly come off weird when you remember that [[spoiler: in [[spoiler:in the climax of ''LightNovel/FateZero'', Iri's corpse was possessed by Angra Mainyu while the Grail's contents were spilling out and causing destruction, and it later impersonated her while conversing with Kiritsugu and Ilya.]]



* DimensionLord: [[spoiler: Of the Reality Marble. She later passes it on to the event version of Helena]].

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* DimensionLord: [[spoiler: Of [[spoiler:Of the Reality Marble. She later passes it on to the event version of Helena]].



* TogetherInDeath: [[spoiler: Implied with her and Mila]].

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* TogetherInDeath: [[spoiler: Implied [[spoiler:Implied with her and Mila]].




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* TheDragon: To [[spoiler:Kama/Mara AKA Beast III/L.]]
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* HatingOnMonday: [[spoiler:Inverted, she loathes the weekends and Sundays in particular because she dislikes her lack of initiative on those days. Koyanskaya quips that the Scandanavian Lostbelt is perfect for her because it's an eternal Wednesday (the joke being it's always Odin/Woden's Day after Odin's sacrifice caused the Lostbelt's descent into stagnancy). Later on as a BrickJoke, Surtr (the biggest problem for Ophelia at that point) is revealed to be linked to the Sun because of its existence as his prison and it's proclaimed to be his day after awakening, or in other words, Sunday.]]


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'' chapter three, under the alias of Caster Limbo.

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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'' chapter three, Remnant's'' Shimosa under the alias of Caster Limbo.



* GenreSavvy: He knows that Chaldea has several Servants who could instantly curb-stomp him so he put up a successful barrier to keep them away from the inn.
* MasterOfIllusion: It's capable of disguising itself as pretty much anything, which is how it's managed to run circles around Beni-enma for so long.

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* GenreSavvy: He knows that Chaldea has several Servants who could instantly curb-stomp him so he put up a successful barrier to keep them away from the inn.
inn. Not that it helps him when the jig is up and Chaldea still kicks his ass.
* MasterOfIllusion: It's He's capable of disguising itself as pretty much anything, which is how it's he's managed to run circles around Beni-enma for so long.



* WalkingSpoiler: The story's climax reveals that he was masquerading as four seperate characters, serving as his extensions to slowly tighten his grip on the inn.

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* WalkingSpoiler: The story's climax reveals that he was masquerading as four seperate separate characters, serving as his extensions to slowly tighten his grip on the inn.


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

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



* ArcVillain: He is this for Shimosa.

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* ArcVillain: He is this for Shimosa. He also notably retains the role of antagonist for most Servant debuting in that chapter in their interludes for further torment.



The villain of New Years 2019 event.

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event, his various tricks were running Beni-enma's inn into the ground until Chaldea dropped by.

* GenreSavvy: He knows that Chaldea has several Servants who could instantly curb-stomp him so he put up a successful barrier to keep them away from the inn.



* {{Yokai}}: He is ''the'' legendary Nue, having used his shapeshifting to con Beni-enma for years on end.
* WalkingSpoiler: The story's climax reveals that he was masquerading as four seperate characters, serving as his extensions to slowly tighten his grip on the inn.



Mnemosyne is the main villain of "Lady Reines Case Files." One of Chaldea's secondary computer systems that had gone unused for several years, its activation kickstarts the event after it learns of everything that had happened since its construction.

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Mnemosyne is the main villain of "Lady Reines Reines' Case Files." Files". One of Chaldea's secondary computer systems that had gone unused for several years, its activation kickstarts the event after it learns of everything that had happened since its construction.


* MirrorBoss: They fight alongside their Servants in a fashion similar to you, where they stay in the backline and can use Command Spells to directly aid them. The difference is, they only control 1 Servant while you control six of them.

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* MirrorBoss: They fight alongside their Servants in a fashion similar to you, where they stay in the backline and can use Command Spells to directly aid them. The difference is, they only control 1 one Servant while you control six of them.



Head of the Celestial Body Department of the Clock Tower and leader of Team A. The young head of the Wodime clan, which has a thousand years old history and magic circuits to go along with it. His Servant was going to be Lancer. It is revealed that he has ''three'' Divine Spirit Servants under his command, one of them is Caines.

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Head of the Celestial Body Department of the Clock Tower and leader of Team A. The young head of the Wodime clan, which has a thousand years old history and magic circuits to go along with it. His Servant was going to be Lancer. It He is revealed that he has known to currently have ''three'' Divine Spirit Servants under his command, one of them is Caines.
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* InvincibleVillain: He has 3 Divine Spirit Servants whose are supposedly among the most powerful summoned by the Crypters, and his Lostbelt's tree already covers 80% of the world's surface with its roots. The Alien God even tells him as much, saying he's invincible on the newly bleached Earth, but surprisingly Wodime doesn't believe so himself, stating that invincibility is not the same as being almighty. His greatest advantage seems indeed to be that he doesn't underestimate Chaldea's power for a second, saying that they're already used to overthrowing their foes despite staring down certain defeat.

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* InvincibleVillain: He has 3 three Divine Spirit Servants whose are Servants, supposedly among some of the most powerful summoned by the Crypters, and his Lostbelt's tree already covers 80% of the world's surface with its roots. The Alien God even tells him as much, saying he's invincible on the newly bleached Earth, but surprisingly Wodime doesn't believe so himself, stating that invincibility is not the same as being almighty. His greatest advantage seems indeed to be that he doesn't underestimate Chaldea's power for a second, saying that they're already used to overthrowing their foes despite staring down certain defeat.



The representative from the Holy Church, he came along with Gordolf to oversee Chaldea. He is yet another Servant emissary, tasked with assisting the Crypters in whatever way he can. [[spoiler:He is actually a pseudo-Servant of the Russian mystic, Grigori Rasputin.]]

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The representative from the Holy Church, he came along with Gordolf to oversee Chaldea. He is yet another Servant emissary, tasked with assisting the Crypters in whatever way he can. [[spoiler:He is actually a pseudo-Servant of the Russian mystic, Grigori Rasputin.]]



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'' Shimosa chapter, under the alias of Caster Limbo.

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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'' Shimosa chapter, Shimosa, under the alias of Caster Limbo.



* {{BFS}}: Obviously. His Noble Phantasm is ''Loptr Laegjarn'' (Loki Laevateinn), a sword that could very well be anywhere from as tall as a building to as large as a mountain and sprouts flames and explosions with its swings.

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* {{BFS}}: Obviously. His Noble Phantasm is ''Loptr Laegjarn'' Loptr Laegjarn (Loki Laevateinn), a sword that could very well be anywhere from as tall as a building to as large as a mountain and sprouts flames and explosions with its swings.


An elite team of seven, Team A was part of the forty-eight Masters that planned to investigate Singularity F before the Control Room explosion and subsequent cryogenic suspension (with the exception of Mash Kyrielight, who survived the explosion, Rayshifted to Fuyuki and became Shielder). After Chaldea resolves the Grand Order and makes contact with the outside world, they were revived and disappeared under mysterious circumstances.

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An elite team of seven, seven Masters, Team A was part of the forty-eight Masters that planned to investigate Singularity F before the Control Room explosion and subsequent cryogenic suspension (with the exception of Mash Kyrielight, who survived the explosion, Rayshifted to Fuyuki and became Shielder). After Chaldea resolves the Grand Order and makes contact with the outside world, they were revived and disappeared under mysterious circumstances.



* HighHeelFaceTurn: [[spoiler:Played with in the cases of both Ophelia and Hinako. Ophelia helps Chaldea defeat Surtr, and while she never really joins them (the circumstances are closer to an EnemyMine) she dies in a HeroicSacrifice and spends her last moments on her deathbed making amends with Mash. Conversely, Hinako remains antagonistic towards Chaldea until her last breath - except because she became a Servant in her Yu Miaoyi form right after dying, she can be summoned from Chaldea almost immediately as one of their Servants. This latter case is definitely PlayedForLaughs, because Yu/Hinako is annoyed at the general awkwardness of the situation and at The Protagonist's audacity for summoning her, but after her bond reaches a certain level she admits she's happy and relaxed being part of Chaldea again.]]
* MirrorBoss: They fight alongside their Servants in a fashion similar to you, where they stay in the backline and can use Command Spells to directly aid them.

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* HighHeelFaceTurn: [[spoiler:Played with in the cases of both Ophelia and Hinako. Ophelia helps Chaldea defeat Surtr, and while she never really joins them (the circumstances are closer to an EnemyMine) she dies in a HeroicSacrifice and spends her last moments on her deathbed making amends with Mash. Conversely, Hinako remains antagonistic towards Chaldea until her last breath - except because she became a Servant in her Yu Miaoyi form right after dying, she can be summoned from Chaldea almost immediately as one of their Servants. This latter case is definitely PlayedForLaughs, because Yu/Hinako is annoyed at the general awkwardness of the situation and at The Protagonist's the protagonist's audacity for summoning her, but after her bond reaches a certain level she admits she's happy and relaxed being part of Chaldea again.]]
* MirrorBoss: They fight alongside their Servants in a fashion similar to you, where they stay in the backline and can use Command Spells to directly aid them. The difference is, they only control 1 Servant while you control six of them.



Head of the Celestial Body Department of the Clock Tower and leader of Team A. The young head of the Wodime clan, which has a thousand years old history and magic circuits to go along with it. His Servant was going to be Lancer.

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Head of the Celestial Body Department of the Clock Tower and leader of Team A. The young head of the Wodime clan, which has a thousand years old history and magic circuits to go along with it. His Servant was going to be Lancer. \n It is revealed that he has ''three'' Divine Spirit Servants under his command, one of them is Caines.



* InvincibleVillain: His Servants are supposedly among the most powerful summoned by the Crypters, and his Lostbelt's tree already covers 80% of the world's surface with its roots. The Alien God even tells him as much, saying he's invincible on the newly bleached Earth, but surprisingly Wodime doesn't believe so himself, stating that invincibility is not the same as being almighty. His greatest advantage seems indeed to be that he doesn't underestimate Chaldea's power for a second, saying that they're already used to overthrowing their foes despite staring down certain defeat.

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* InvincibleVillain: His He has 3 Divine Spirit Servants whose are supposedly among the most powerful summoned by the Crypters, and his Lostbelt's tree already covers 80% of the world's surface with its roots. The Alien God even tells him as much, saying he's invincible on the newly bleached Earth, but surprisingly Wodime doesn't believe so himself, stating that invincibility is not the same as being almighty. His greatest advantage seems indeed to be that he doesn't underestimate Chaldea's power for a second, saying that they're already used to overthrowing their foes despite staring down certain defeat.



* AxCrazy: He muses that being saved by the Alien God and being sent to a primitive, isolated Lostbelt allows him to live his life however he wants...Which to him apparently mostly involves killing people, which he defines as a "pleasure of living" with a SlasherSmile on his face.

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* AxCrazy: He muses that being saved by the Alien God and being sent to a primitive, isolated Lostbelt allows him to live his life however he wants...Which which to him apparently mostly involves killing a lot of people, which he defines as a "pleasure of living" with a SlasherSmile on his face.






She is in actuality one of three Servants working for a greater power, along with its other two emissaries, her role is to help the Crypters replace pan-human history with one of the Lostbelts.

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She is in actuality one of three Servants Servant emissaries working for a greater power, along with its other two emissaries, her the Alien God. Her role is to help the Crypters replace pan-human history Pan-Human History with one of the Lostbelts.



The representative from the Holy Church, he came along with Gordolf to oversee Chaldea. He is yet another Servant emissary, tasked with assisting the Crypters in whatever way he can.

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The representative from the Holy Church, he came along with Gordolf to oversee Chaldea. He is yet another Servant emissary, tasked with assisting the Crypters in whatever way he can. [[spoiler:He is actually a pseudo-Servant of the Russian mystic, Grigori Rasputin.]]



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.

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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 Shimosa chapter, under the alias of Caster Limbo.



A Jötunn destined to engulfed the world in fire at the tall end of Ragnarok. Made his debut in Lostbelt #2, Götterdämmerung as a boss under the Saber class.

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A Jötunn (fire giant) destined to engulfed the world in fire at the tall end of Ragnarok. Made his debut in Lostbelt #2, Götterdämmerung as a boss under the Saber class.



* {{BFS}}: Obviously. His Noble Phantasm is Loptr Laegjarn (Loki Laevateinn), a sword that could very well be anywhere from as tall as a building to as large as a mountain and sprouts flames and explosions with its swings.

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* {{BFS}}: Obviously. His Noble Phantasm is Loptr Laegjarn ''Loptr Laegjarn'' (Loki Laevateinn), a sword that could very well be anywhere from as tall as a building to as large as a mountain and sprouts flames and explosions with its swings.







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The villain of New Years 2019 event.


* SmugSnake: Powerful he, his Servants and his Lostbelt may be, but his claims that he'll be the winner fall flat when one observes the order in which the Lostbelts are unlocked [[ForegoneConclusion and see that he goes down fifth thanks to Chaldea, with Beryl and Daybit remaining to decide the fate of the Earth]].

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* SmugSnake: Powerful he, his Servants and his Lostbelt may be, but his claims that he'll be the winner fall flat when one observes the order in which the Lostbelts are unlocked [[ForegoneConclusion [[InterfaceSpoiler and see that he goes down fifth thanks to Chaldea, with Beryl and Daybit remaining to decide the fate of the Earth]].


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* MasterOfIllusion: It's capable of disguising itself as pretty much anything, which is how it's managed to run circles around Beni-enma for so long.


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[[folder: Mnēmosynē]]
Mnēmosynē is the main villain of the "Lady Reines Case Files." [[spoiler: She is another body double of DaVinchi.]]

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Mnemosyne
is the main villain of the "Lady Reines Case Files." [[spoiler: She is another body double One of DaVinchi.Chaldea's secondary computer systems that had gone unused for several years, its activation kickstarts the event after it learns of everything that had happened since its construction.

* WellIntentionedExtremist: All it ultimately wanted [[spoiler:was to help the protagonist in their quest against the Lostbelts. Unfortunately its methods went into overkill to help them process their memories and possible trauma.
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