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This is a page about the characters appearing in the mobile game Fate/Grand Order.
NOTE: Major spoilers (some unmarked) abound, as well as a minor NSFW alert (regarding unit artwork).
- Chaldea Security Organizationlist
- Other Characterslist
Servant ClassesThe Heroic Spirits, split by class.
- Beethoven Was an Alien Spy: Several of the real people that have become Servants have aspects of their lives be changed to have them be involved in all sorts of supernatural shenanigans, whether it's adventures involving monsters, practicing and using magic, or just having connections to mythical and fictional characters who are real in this story.
- Historical Badass Upgrade: Disregarding any changes that might have been made to the life's story of anybody that was a real person, as a whole being turned into a Servant makes all of them much more badass than they were before becoming a Servant.
- Historical Beauty Upgrade: While not universal, as a general rule of thumb, if a character wasn't very attractive in real life/myth/the source material, Fate will make them much more attractive.
- Historical Domain Character: Alongside Public Domain Character, this is pretty much the point of the Servant summoning system, taking renowned people and characters from throughout history and turning them into combat-capable Servants for fighting.
- Historical Hero Upgrade: Alongside Historical Villain Upgrade, this is pretty common among every Servant, including real people, mythical people, and fictional characters. Most of the time they get hero upgrades, portraying all the negative reputation as slander and unintentional misfortune, but there are a few Servants who get villain upgrades instead, with their villainy being hidden by how history is Written by the Winners.