Three Knight Classes: Sabers (A-F | G-M | N-Z) | Archers (A-C | D-M | N-Z) | Lancers (A-F | G-M | N-Z)
Four Cavalry Classes: Riders (A-F | G-M | N-Z) | Casters (A-F | G-M | Merlin | N-Z) | Assassins (A-F | G-M | N-Z) | Berserkers (A-F | G-M | Morgan | N-Z)
Extra Classes: Rulers | Avengers | Moon Cancers | Alter Egos | Foreigners | Pretenders
Unplayable and Arcade Exclusive: Unplayable (Beasts | Beast I) | Arcade Exclusive
Other Notable Characters: Chaldea Security Organization (Protagonist | Mash Kyrielight) | Villains (Observer on Timeless Temple Villains | Epic of Remnant Villains | Cosmos in the Lostbelt Villains (Crypters | Foreign God and Forces | Lostbelt Kings) | Event Villains | Interlude Villains) | Other Characters
These are the Servants who appear as exclusive characters for Fate/Grand Order Arcade and thus are not available in the mobile version.
Arcade Exclusive Servants
Rarity: SSR (5*)
Command Cards: QABBB; (A)
First Appearance: Fate/EXTRA (as Nero Claudius)
Illustrated by: WADARCO
Voiced by: Sakura Tange
An Alter-Ego of Beast VI/S: the Beast of Sodom, and the main antagonist of Fate/Grand Order Arcade. This fragment of Beast VI/S has reincarnated herself as "Draco" to witness the ultimate fate of the humans who overcame her. Contrary to the personality of her fully-matured form, Draco seems to take less pleasure in the depravity of humans, and takes herself far more seriously. She considers herself an enemy to corruption, slothfulness, passion, and futility; and secretly wishes to become a symbol of "a human who overcame temptation to become a more enlightened being."
Draco was a free prize Servant given to players who completed the "Convergent Singularity, Lilim Harlot" chapter of Arcade.
- Alternate Self: It's not clear how she corresponds with Nero, as she's similar but "not quite." One hint is in her Noble Phantasm, Babalon Domus Aurea. The spelling of "Babalon" and not Babylon is distinct even in the Japanese spelling. Babalon was the Whore of Babylon as depicted by Aleister Crowley.
- Breaking Old Trends: The first welfare Servant to be a 5* rarity character.
- Defeat Means Friendship: Kind of. She takes her defeat at the hands of Chaldea in stride and even joins them to see whether they can defeat the others. Having said that, she makes it very clear to the protagonist that if they lose or allow another Beast to finish what she started, there will be hell to pay.
- Foil: To Tiamat, her fellow Beast-turned-Alter Ego Servant by incarnating in a lesser form. While Tiamat only reincarnated as an emergency measure to protect the humanity that defeated her and grumbles about that defeat in private, Draco openly praises humanity for defeating her and joins them expressly to see if they can finish the fight against the Beasts. And where Tiamat would happily lay down her life to protect her children from another Beast, Draco makes it very clear that her master will suffer if they allow another Beast to succeed where she couldn't.
- Graceful Loser: Enough that she willingly joins Chaldea after her defeat.
- Good Costume Switch: Compared to her larval Beast form, the playable Alter Ego Draco wears a white Giant Waist Ribbon on her back and her tail is considerably smaller.
- Hazy-Feel Turn: She joins Chaldea's side because you were able to defeat her Beast self. But she warns you that if you were to lose to another Beast, she will make you suffer a millionfold for the time you spent with her before swallowing you whole.
- Some post-story events have shown that she is still making Grails and giving them to various troublemaker Servants in order to make everyone, including herself, stronger.
- Interface Screw: She has a special summoning animation where the summoning circle first emits red sparks alongside the normal blue lightning, and the card materialization is accompanied by rose pedals to make it apparent that you just summoned someone special.
- Never Grew Up: Unlike Tiamat who gradually ages up to a step or two before her Femme Fatale form by ascending, Draco (as a Welfare Servant with no extra art) remains the same regardless of ascension.
- Scissors Cuts Rock: Her Nega-Messiah passive allows her to ignore enemies' debuff resistance, meaning that her Aurea Polucum is guaranteed to lower the enemy's defense if they are in range. Her Noble Phantasm also deals bonus damage against all seven main Classes, meaning that she can fight through Alter Ego's weakness against the Three Knight classes.
- Secret Character: As the welfare Servant of clearing the main story of Fate/Grand Order Arcade, she is technically one of the hardest Servants to get.
- Sore Loser: In Chaldea Summer Garden event, she sides with Chaldea despite being Merlins Grail contributor because she still holds grudges for being defeated by the other Merlin back in Convergent Singularity.
- Turns Red: Normally her Seven Crowns skill only gives her one-hit Buff Removal Resistance. But if her side has the Holy Grail. the skill provided her with whole slew of buffs that allows her to steamroll better. In single-player campaigns where there is no Holy Grail mechanisms, Seven Crowns always works fully.
- Visual Pun: The constellation behind her in her Final Ascension seems to be the Draco constellation.
Rarity: SR (4*)
First Appearance: Fate/Apocrypha (As Berserker of Black)
Illustrated by: Takeshi Okazaki
Voiced by: Ai Nonaka
She debuted as the Santa Servant of the 2021 Christmas event in Fate/Grand Order Arcade, Santa Frans Christmas Present!.
- Brainwashed and Crazy: She is one of the Servants brainwashed by Moriarty as part of his simulation of Dreamlands during Dream Journey event. In her case, she is made to think that Christmas lasts forever which makes her more obsessed in delivering presents to the good kids.
- Cartoon Bomb: Her present for her enemies in her Noble Phantasm is a large one that blows up on them.
- Green Thumb: Ironically for a Christmas Servant, her Noble Phantasm, Festival Flowergirl Present!, has her turning the entire field into a large garden of flowers.
- Took a Level in Cheerfulness: In contrast to her gloomy Berserker self and her Saber version who is suffering from the summer heat, this Fran has really gotten into the Christmas spirit and wants to give her best to make other people happy.
Rarity: SR (4*)
First appearance: Fate/Grand Order (as Caster)
Illustrated by: MatsuRyuu
Voiced by: Hisako Kanemoto
This year, Helena has performed Mahatma Change to transform herself into Santa Claus. Well, she is not exactly Santa Claus. Instead, she is acting as Snegurochka, the granddaughter of Ded Moraz, the Russian equivalent of Santa Claus. Even if she is not quite Santa Claus, she is still here to deliver presents to all of the good children (and bad ones too).
She debuted as the Santa Servant of the 2019 Christmas event in Fate/Grand Order Arcade, Helenas Christmas Present!.
- Flying Saucer: Her Noble Phantasm, Meteor Snegurochka: A Shooting Star Sparkling Across the Holy Night, has her deck her UFO with a giant Christmas tree on top of it, which she rides on top of to fly at the opponent like a rocket and fire a beam from.
- Improbable Weapon User: Her main two weapons are a giant present sack and an ankh-shaped candy cane.
- Kung-Fu Wizard: Because her magecraft is now limited to stuff related to winter and snow, she is using the spare magical power to copy moves she saw Holmes perform when the two of them were alive.
- Winter Royal Lady: Since she is dressing up as Snegurochka, her costume is dominantly blue.
- Sexy Santa Dress: Zigzagged. She is not acting as Santa Claus, but as Snegurochka, the granddaughter of Ded Moraz, the Russian equivalent of Santa Claus. The SPIRIT of this trope is in affect for her final ascension, where she sheds her heavy winter coat for a lovely blue dress. She also wears just the dress for her apperance in Fate/Grand Carnival
Rarity: SSR (5*)
Alignment: Lawful Good
First appearance: Fate/Requiem
Illustrated by: Kouhaku Kuroboshi
Voiced by: Yoshiki Nakajima
The last Grand Master of the The Knights Templar. His attempts to reform and reinvigorate his order were met with misfortune and opposition at every turn. When he was burned at the stake on trumped up charges by order of Pope Clement V and King Phillip IV of France, he let loose a Dying Curse which not only seemed to strike down both his persecutors but appeared to hound the ruling houses of France until The French Revolution.
He was first briefly mentioned in the first volume of Fate/Requiem. He made his first proper appearance in the Arcade exclusive Sixth Singularity "Cavalry Order's Esteemed Expedition: Lost Jerusalem" as the main antagonist.
For information about Foreigner Jacques de Molay, go here.
- 13 Is Unlucky: The destruction of the Templars began in earnest during a barrage of mass arrests on Friday the 13th, 1307.
- Amazing Technicolor Population: When he reaches Third Ascension, his skin becomes noticeably gray, potentially due to his declining physical health.
- Alternate Self: The mobile game features a very different Jacques de Molay: not only a woman but also a Foreigner, corrupted by rumors of the Templars' Baphomet worship. Interestingly, she does not believe a non-corrupted Molay can be summoned—possibly technically true, since Saber Molay is the Jerusalem Singularity's Demon Pillar.
- Animal Motifs: Sheep. Aside from the numerous sheep mascot drawing embedded on his equipments, Molays white gambeson covering his black inner clothes and armor also evoke sheep imagery.
- Breaking Old Trends: The first (and so far, only) Arcade exclusive Servant who is neither an alternate version of mobiles Servants nor a non playable Servant from mobile made playable in Arcade.
- The Cameo: Not Molay himself, but the sheep he is most associated with is seen in Foreigner Molay's artwork as part of the leech monster's belly pattern. The sheep is also featured in Foreigner Molays Dream Portrait Craft Essence, being encapsuled in the sphere that she carries.
- Cool vs. Awesome: He has a Demon Pillar duel with Ozymandias towards the end of the Jerusalem Singularity.
- The Corruption: Played for Laughs in Dream Journey event, in which him being surrounded by three Foreigners caused his chest to rustle and him counting goats instead of sheeps as a reference to his Foreigner self.
- Cuteness Overload: One of his Bond lines has him gush over sheeps for how cute and pure they are. And according to his profile, his stomachache can be eased by thinking about cute things.
- The Dark Side Will Make You Forget: In Lost Jerusalem, he truly wanted to save everyone by inviting them to live in the Holy City. However, his usage of Golden Grail to maintain the city and its population corrupted his mind to the point of removing the refugees soul from their body and not caring about his subordinates well-being. By the time he realized his wrongdoings, his shattered Spirit Origin is being anchored into Demonic Beast Brilliance Allocer.
- A Day in the Limelight: Arcades first Summer 2022 event, Dream Journey ~Mysterious and Horror Fantasy Town~, puts him as one of the main companions alongside Summer Abigail, Foreigner Hokusai, and Mysterious Heroine XX. The events story highlights his love of cute mascots, his desire to atone for his antagonistic stunt in Lost Jerusalem, and references to his Foreigner counterpart.
- Dork Knight: He is described as a man with serious and shy dispositions, and several of his lines have him stutter mid-sentence. Also, some of his equipments have a sheep mascot embedded onto them.
- Evil Counterpart: To Bedivere. Both of them are a white-clad silver-haired Saber whose significant change in their Ascensions is on their right arm, and both of them are a key character in the Sixth Singularity of their respective version. However, while Bedivere is the main ally of Camelot, Molay is the main antagonist of Lost Jerusalem.
- Failure Knight: Defeated, rebuffed, defamed, arrested, tortured, vilified, and ultimately executed. His career was not one of the Templars' finest.
- Fastball Special: Kicks his sheep companion at his enemies for his Extra attack.
- Forgiven, but Not Forgotten: While he no longer bears hatred for the French royal family after becoming a Servant, he still wants them to return all the money that he loaned them.
- In the Hood: Puts up the gambesons hood in his first two Ascensions. In Third Ascension, the hood is down.
- Knight of Cerebus: His Singularity marks the point where Arcade starts to heavily diverge from the events of its mobile game progenitor.
- Knightly Sword and Shield: He wields a simple Western sword and shield to sell his knightly image, though they become more elaborate in Third Ascension.
- Leeroy Jenkins: The first thing he does upon being summoned in Convergent Singularity is to fire his Noble Phantasm on the revived Allocer, which Da Vinci barely able to stop before Masters group arrives at Capital of Wrath. Izo mocks his action, and Medusa comments that he must be so desperate if even Izo is perplexed at it.
- Playing with Fire: His Noble Phantasm, Pèlerinage du Temple: Such a Long Pilgrimage's Journey, has him gather flames into his hand and launch them at the opponent.
- Production Foreshadowing: He first appeared as a background character in Fate/Requiem before getting a design and actual role in Arcade.
- Skewed Priorities: In Dream Journey event, his search for cute mascots takes over everything else that the group is doing at the time. He even outright rejects Caster Gilles offer to do treasure hunt because he doesnt see any mascots nearby.
- Smart People Wear Glasses: His spectacles help to sell the idea that he is an excellent negotiator and surprisingly practical at dealing with Templar's finances.
- Suspiciously Similar Substitute: To the Lion King, who even briefly appears to assist the protagonists against him.
Rarity: SSR (5*)
First Appearance: Fate/Grand Order
Illustrated by: Kotetsu Yamanaka
Voiced by: Aoi Yūki
Before 2017, The Primordial Mother Tiamat AKA Beast II was awoken during the Incineration of Humanity who wanted to exterminate humanity so that she can turn them back into her children. But her love for humanity held her back enough for her to be defeated by Chaldea Security Organization, thus stopping her plans. Tiamat knew that it would be for the best and accepted her defeat.
But now another Calamity from the Sea has come and is threatening the humanity, luring them to Revelation Liner and has even crept itself to the era of Babylon. Tiamat couldn't stand this as if mankind is wiped out by them, then her defeat will be meaningless. As such, she has created a new larval body for her to be reborn into and send her to Uruk to solve the new threat to humanity. While she is still mad about being defeated by humanity, her duty to protect them as the reborn Primordial Mother outweighs her grievance.
She appeared in the Seventh Singularity Babylon as the main ally.
- Action Mom: She is the mother of all living things on Earth and even though she is reborn into a new form, she cannot help but to think of herself as mom as she fights for humanity's sake.
- Adaptational Heroism: Sort of. In the mobile game she served as the Big Bad of the Seventh Singularity; here, she's your main ally. It's clear that it's the same Tiamat, though, because she blatantly references the events of the mobile version.
- Adaptational Wimp: Naturally, being a fragment of her true self she would be less powerful than she was as a Beast, but the areas she greatest excelled here are where she suffers. She specialized in her absolutely tremendous rankings of her physical attributes, possessing unparalleled strength and durability befitting of being the primordial dragon of Mesopotamian myth with a Monstrous Strength skill to make her even more of a juggernaut, but in her Larval incarnation they rank at a subpar C, with the aforementioned skill removed and her agility score still being worse.
- Aloof Ally: The young Tiamat still remembers how humanity defeated her and is still grumpy about it, but her standoffish nature is just due to her status as Mother of Life making her want to point out humanity's flaws while she helps them out.
- Bad Powers, Good People: As with all Beasts-turned-Servants, she retains Independent Manifestation at a lower rank.
- Cast Speciation: While she does want to protect humanity despite some grumblings, her profile notes that she's somewhat put off that a different Calamity from the Sea is present.
- Compelling Voice: Since she is a Mother Goddess, your and Servants' genetic memory makes them think that she is their mother, thus making them more accepting of anything she tries to suggest. When her idea to get to the top of the 99-story tall ziggurat is to throw you to the top of it, the only one who objects to it is Tamamo as her connection to Amaterasu makes her be outside of her jurisdiction.
- Critical Hit Class: Two of her passive skills increase her Crit Damage. Her first skill also negates all Crit Rate on all enemies for half a minute.
- Defeat Means Friendship: She remembers her defeat in the mobile version and isn't happy about it, but still respects humanity's strength and decision to move on from their Mother Goddess. It sincerely pisses Tiamat off that something is rebooting her own Singularity to render humanity's efforts back then moot, and so she lends her former enemies a hand.
- Difficult, but Awesome: For a 5* Servant, Tiamat's damage potential is average, and she relies on her multiple passive Crit Damage boosts despite having nothing to boost her Crit Rate. Fielding teammates to correct this in Arcade's real-time combat system is a heavy investment, but a Tiamat that can reliably crit will demolish anything that doesn't have a class advantage.
- Good Costume Switch: She still wears a Dark Sakura-esque clothing, but it now has a silver-blue colouring to indicate that she is working for the good of humanity. Her Draconic form also has blue veins instead of red, showing that she is not the same berserk monster she was before.
- Graceful Loser: She may grumble about it, but the fact that her primary motivation is that the new villain is making her defeat meaningless speaks volumes.
- HeelFace Reincarnation: Her character is Tiamat creating a separate body with the intention of "what if I reset myself into a new lifeform", creating a Divine Spirit who wants to protect humanity from the incoming danger instead of wanting to wipe them out.
- Horned Humanoid: She still has her horns, albeit slightly shrunk in her younger form. She complains that they're a bit heavy.
- Make Me Wanna Shout: Her Special Attack has her yelling out her iconic song to send out a shockwave that damages her target.
- Mega Twintails: Her second ascension sports a pair of twintails each as big as her body. How she holds her head up between that and her horns is anyone's guess.
- One-Winged Angel: Her Draconic form still appears as part of her Noble Phantasm.
- Redemption Demotion: Her profile repeatedly points out that her skills are ranked down due to her reverting back to a larval state, and her parameters have taken a hit due to her smaller body. She is still a potent Servant, just not nearly as broken as she was before.
- Sensible Heroes, Skimpy Villains: Part of her Good Costume Switch is that, in contrast to regular Tiamat starting with a Stripperific outfit, then becoming near-naked and completely naked in her following forms (though very much not played for sexiness through their monstrosity), her ascensions here are incredibly modest, with her in fact being more clothed with each succeeding form. Even when she wears a variant of her original Stripperific outfit in her final ascension for the usual special Fanservice, her pose is much less overtly sensual, having a more serenely beautiful feel to it.
- She Is All Grown Up: Each ascension gets older, though her final form is not as matured as her Femme Fatale form from Mobile's Babylonia.
- Suddenly Speaking: As a Beast, she could only sing a wordless song. Now, she actually speaks properly.
Rarity: SR (4*)
Command Cards: QAABB; (B)
Alignment: Lawful Good
Origin: South Pole (2017)
First appearance: Fate/Grand Order
Illustrated by: Shimokoshi
Voiced by: Maaya Sakamoto
A younger version of Leonardo da Vinci, a spare body created by the original as both an artificial Master and as a contingency plan in case something happened to her. Some might say that she is appearing bit too early considering that Chaldea is working on the Restoration of Humanity, but do not worry too much about it. Consider this as a test run for when she is really needed.
This version of da Vinci acted as Fate/Grand Order Arcade first exclusive Servant, given out as a welfare Servant after clearing her Acquisition Quest in Extra Interlude. Of the version that appeared in mobile, go here.
- Adaptational Early Appearance: Her debut happened when the rest of the game was around Orleans in terms of story and Servants. Hell, she debuted before they added the Caster version of her.
- Awesome Backpack: Her school backpack actually contains a pair of giant mechanical hands which she can claw and punch trough her opponents.
- Awesome Personnel Carrier: Her version of Beautiful Journey doesn't summon the Shadow Border but instead a large, six-wheeled futuristic truck with a cat motif called Proto-Border that carries a giant cannon that fires explosive shells.
- Modesty Shorts: Her Final Ascension version shows that she wears shorts under her skirt, likely because of all the skating she does. It's unknown if she still has them in the mobile game.
- Production Foreshadowing: A lot of how this version of younger da Vinci plays foreshadows her inclusion in the mobile. That being said, there are also some differences between the two where they are not the exact same Servant gameplay-wise.
- Rollerblade Good: She rolls around the wield with rollerblades.
- Sailor Fuku: She wears a custom-made school uniform along with roller skates and pads.
Rarity: SSR (5*)
Alignment: Chaotic Good
First appearance: Fate/Prototype: Fragments of Sky Silver
Illustrated by: Taiki
Voiced by: Ayako Kawasumi
Another version of the Magus of Flowers, visiting from a different world. Always smiling regardless of the situation happening around her, she is a woman like beautiful flowers.
The female Merlin of Arthur's world who sent him on a dimension-spanning quest to hunt down Beast VI. She is currently not in the mobile game, having only been released in the arcade version as part of its campaign for chapter 5 of the main story.
- Adaptational Attractiveness: Like her male counterpart in the main game, she is depicted as far more attractive than the standard depictions of Merlin across the media. Shes also a Gender Flip.
- Age Lift: Despite the original Merlin being thought to be an old man, here she's portrayed as a young woman.
- All Love Is Unrequited: She gently turns the player down after implying that they have feelings for her and warns them against trying to get involved with a succubus.
- Aloof Big Sister: She views herself as a cool older sister, but she largely has an apathetic nature and an objective view on things.
- Anti Anti Christ: Sodom's Beast outright calls Merlin "Beast of the Planet" title previously used to refer to Cath Palug, upon her realizing that the of them are incompatible, with Merlin just telling her not to reveal who she is. Regardless of what she could be or even is, she wishes the best for humanity and is willing to work against the Evils of Humanity.
- Ascended Extra: Downplayed compared to the main games Merlin, but still in play. She began as a voiced cameo in Arthurs Noble Phantasm following his Fate/Grand Order debut and had other brief appearances from there, but her role wasnt necessarily important, only serving as set-up for her eventual reveal. In September 2020, she finally became a playable character (Arcade only) with a full character design and characterization.
- Bokukko: Uses the formal first-person pronoun "watashi" for the most part, but switches to the masculine "boku" in her final ascension. This is also serves as a Call-Back to her dialogue in the Fragments drama CD in which she uses "boku" as well.
- Brilliant, but Lazy: Unlike her masculine mainline counterpart, this Merlin has trouble forcing herself to do things that aren't "fun."
- Bystander Syndrome: Arthur calls her out on this at the end of the game's storyline, saying that he has been waiting for the next part of her prophecy to go after Beast VI, only for her to show that she could have gone after it herself. She claims that she had been too busy watching Protagonist's and Mash's journey, but Arthur gets annoyed further when she implies that she only intervened because it seemed fun.
- The Cameo: A voice-only one in Arthur's Noble Phantasm animation as she announces whose seals are getting unlocked.
- Casting Gag: Since regular Merlin shares the same voice actor (Takahiro Sakurai) as Arthur, it's only fitting that Proto-Merlin shares the same voice actress as Altria (Ayako Kawasumi). This is commented upon by Arthur in My Room, who hears Altria and mistakes her for his Merlin until he sees her. Staff have joked this would extend to Fou as well, with a hypothetical Proto-Fou sharing Arthur's seiyuu.
- Cleavage Window: Rather than on her chest, it's on her rear. Downplayed however as it's normally hard to see thanks to Merlin's voluminous hair.
- Combat Stilettos: Wears a pair of heels and is a capable Magus in battle.
- Cool Big Sis: Sees herself as humanitys pretty big sister and is fairly laidback for an ancient being.
- Cool Old Lady: Ancient, thinks of herself as an older sister to the player and is just as laid-back as the main games Merlin.
- Dimensional Traveler: Like Arthur (Prototype), she hails from the Prototype universe where the King Arthur is actually male and ends up in Arcade while visiting from that world.
- Expository Pronoun: Like her male counterpart, she switches between the formal, polite first-person "watashi" and the youthful, masculine pronoun "boku" when speaking to the player, with the latter usage suggesting shes speaking to them more personally once her bond level is raised high enough.
- Flower Motif: Similarly to her male counterpart, she is associated with pink flowers.
- Freud Was Right: In contrast to her counterpart, her staff and wizard's tower at Avalon are both strongly yonic, with a hole in the middle rather than just a shaft.
- Gender Flip: Amusingly, with Altria being a gender-flip of King Arthur, Proto-Merlin is a gender-flip of Merlin.
- Gendered Outfit: Her outfit looks quite similar to her male counterparts but is feminized in a way that ups the Fanservice, especially in the leg department.
- Guys Smash, Girls Shoot: In contrast to her male counterpart who prefers to use swords during combat, this version of Merlin prominently uses her staff to shoot magic at the enemy in the midst of battle.
- Fertile Feet: Like her male counterpart, she leaves flowers in her wake whenever she goes. Even when shes floating!
- Flying Weapon: In Fate/Grand Order Arcade, her staff is shown to float on it's own at times.
- Half-Human Hybrid: Like her male counterpart who is half-incubus, she is a half-succubus and has the Mixed Blood EX skill.
- Heroic Seductress: Shes described as a temptress that has a tendency of leading men astray.
- Historical Gender Flip: Outside of being a Gender Flip of Fate/Grand Order Merlin, she is also one of the mythological figure Merlin of whom they're both based off of. Merlin from Arthurian legend was an amalgamation of different historical and mythological figures such as the mad prophet Myrddin Wyllt, as well as Emrys, a character based in part on the 5th century war leader Ambrosius Arelianus.
- Horny Devils: Shes reminds the player of her succubus nature in her third ascension.
- Informed Attractiveness: Like her male counterpart, the games description of her lays on pretty thick how attractive shes supposed to be viewed as.Always smiling regardless of the situation happening around her, she is a woman like beautiful flowers. (...) In front of her beauty, anyone would lose touch with reality and forget their hostility. On the other hand, her excessive beauty (and allure) make her a temptress that has a tendency to lead men astray.
- It Amused Me: She'll only do things for her own entertainment regardless of the risks it poses for anyone else involved, including Arthur, her charge. She's even worse than her male counterpart in that regard because while she's interested in humanity, not even that will prompt her to help out in their hour of need unless she's bored.
- In the Hood: Starts off wearing a hood but takes it down in her second ascension.
- Leotard of Power: Wears a leotard under her outfit.
- Mark Of The Supernatural: Is half succubus and has reddish-purple eyes, signifying her power. It's also notable that her eyes are by default depicted as reddish-purple, with this color only being seen for Fate/Grand Order Merlin in his final uncap and some official art. They're otherwise shown to be a dark purple in his case, as if he's suppressing his magic compared to this version of Merlin who is more reliant on the use of magic in combat.
- Male Might, Female Finesse: Prefers to use Magecraft at long-range while her male counterpart primarily sticks to close-range sword usage in battle.
- Mystical White Hair: She wouldnt be Merlin without it.
- Oh, Crap!: She's generally acts in unflappable similar to her counterpart, but when an angry Arthur appears and is ready to scold her for her behavior she readily panics and even seeks Noah's help only for him to refuse.
- One-Steve Limit: Averted. She shares the same name as her male Fate/Grand Order counterpart with the only thing distinguishing them in that department being that she's labeled as "Merlin (Prototype)" while he's is simply referred to as "Merlin". This is quite unlike her disciple Arthur who has an entirely different name from his female counterpart, Altria. She also shares the title "Magus of Flowers" with Merlin.
- Perpetual Smiler: Like her male counterpart, she's rarely ever seen without a smile.
- Power Floats: In battle, she starts floating whenever she uses magic. By her third Ascension, she floats everywhere by default.
- Proud Beauty: When summoned, she will describe herself as a "pretty onee-san".
- Red Baron: Her title as the Magus Of Flowers.
- Refusal of the Call: Like her male counterpart, she qualifies as a Grand Caster. Unlike her male counterpart, she has no interest in becoming a Grand Caster, and would ignore the Human Order if they asked her to take up the position.
- Sealed Good in a Can: Averted, as unlike her male counterpart, she was never imprisoned in Avalon.
- Sexy Mentor: Was one to King Arthur, which she mentions in FGO Arcades My Room lines. Though less of a mentor and more of that one annoying friend who has a tendency to stir up trouble. Even more so than the male Merlin.
- Sociopathic Hero: Implied to be even more so than her male counterpart if her description and page quote are any indication. That said, shes still fairly cooperative when shes summoned by the player.Though her calm demeanor gives the impression of a wise sage, her complete lack of tension and her emotionless way of thinking give the impression of a cold magus with no concern for the affairs of the human world.
- Suspiciously Similar Substitute: She subs in as a unit for the main games Merlin in Arcade and is very similiar to him kit-wise (though she's notably weaker), personality wise (for the most part) and appearance wise. Their major differences come in the form of their preferred fighting styles, how they regard the protagonist and what skills they excel in. This is now a Downplayed Trope after the original Merlin appeared as a servant in Arcade.
- Support Party Member: Similar to her male counterpart, her NP and all of her skills are entirely team focused. She still has Hero Creation and Dreamlike Charisma (lower in rank compared to regular Merlin). Her third skill, Part Succubus, works similarly to Illusion in granting brief Invincibility to the entire team, and it also drains the enemy team's NP gauge while filling hers. Finally, her Noble Phantasm Hope of Avalon grants the team Max HP Up, NP Gain Up and Magic Gauge recovery (the stamina used for running and dodging).
- The Tease: In contrast to her male counterpart who usually directs his flirtatious antics toward the other servants in Chaldea, she seems to enjoy playfully teasing the player directly in her bond lines, though she makes it clear in her final ascension that she isnt interested in going any further than that.
- Trickster Mentor: One of her favorite things is pranks.
- The Unseen: Though she briefly appeared in Arthur's trial quest, she didn't have any artwork in Grand Order or Fragments of Sky Silver and the only physical description of her came from Fragments of Sky Silver which vaguely referred to her as beautiful.
- Unseen No More: She was officially revealed as a playable character for FGO Arcade on September 23rd, 2020, several years after being teased as a character following Arthurs debut in Fate/Grand Order.
- The Voice: Originally all she was in Arthurs NP and in the Fragments of Sky Silver Drama CD until she was finally given a design in Arcade.
- World's Most Beautiful Woman: Her profile in Arcade says that her beauty causes people to forget all sense of reality and lose their enmity.
Rarity: SSR (5*)
Alignment: Lawful Good
First appearance: Fate/Grand Order Arcade
Illustrated by: Oyo
Voiced by: Yumiri Hanamori
A grown-up version of Nemo who first appeared in "Seventh Singularity: Prosperous Threshold City: Babylon". While this Nemo initially acts like his younger self with an older body, he actually has another spirit infused into him: the God-chosen voyager of the Great Flood, Noah. The Grand Rider tried to enter the Singularity to stop Queen Draco, but him being barred from materializing by her left him as nothing more than disposition and abilities. Nemo offered his body to be used by him, manifesting a new form for the two. While Nemo is the one controlling the body, he can switch on "Noah Mode" when the Grand Rider is needed.
While he remained unplayable until the end of Grand Order mode, he becomes a playable Servant to celebrate the fourth Anniversary of Fate/Grand Order Arcade.
- Adaptational Early Appearance: Nemo's existence in mobile is tied to Phantom Servant research made by Moriarty, something that only happens after the Observer on Timeless Temple arc. Here he appears in the Seventh Singularity.
- Aluminum Christmas Trees: Noahs long white hair and complexion are derived from Fragment of the Book of Noah chapter of the pseudepigraphal Book of Enoch. The exact passage
- Animal Lover: Tamamo says that he's kind to both animals and humans, making her like him as she's part fox. Fitting as Noah was the one who famously built an ark for himself and his family along with two of every animal in the face of the planet.
- Attack Animal: One of his Quick card animations is him summoning six doves to track and assault his target.
- Badass Boast:
My True Name is Noah! Leader of survivors of The Great Tsunami, and the successor of The Oldest Survivor Utnapishtim! With the Crown of Grand Rider, I shall exterminate the Sixth Beast!
- When he reveals his identity in Babylon:
I am Zohar, Progenitor of the World to come!
- In his Noble Phantasm chant as Nemo:
- Bayonet Ya: In his first two Ascensions, he rarely uses his flintlock axe to shoot things and prefers to engage in close-ranged combat by slashing its bayonet.
- Breaking Old Trends: Noah breaks several trends regarding Grand Servants.
- The first Grand Servant of his class to debut in Arcade instead of the mobile version.
- The first Grand Servant to be derived from another Servant introduced in Cosmos in the Lostbelt as opposed to Observer on Timeless Temple (in his case, Nemo).
- The first Grand Servant that doesn't have to sacrifice their Grand Saint Graph for a Desperation Attack.
- The first playable Grand Servant who fully commits into Arts-based gameplay. note
- Can't Hold His Liquor: Nemo is normally a light drinker, but the Noah aspect of him causes him to drink way more than he should, causing him to get intoxicated and possibly strip. Explanation
- The Comically Serious: He gets to call Nebuchadnezzar II by the nickname he coined before in a serious conversation to confirm the latters possession of Holy Grail. And before the climatic fight against Queen Draco, he unfazedly calls Tiamat Mommy in the middle of his rallying speech.
- A Day in the Limelight: Arcades second Summer 2022 event, Chaldea Summer Garden - A Visitor from Beyond, features him as one of the main companions alongside Arthur and Draco. The events story further elaborates the workings of Noahs influence and control over Nemos consciousness.
- Discard and Draw: Not being summoned by Sion means that Nemo cannot create the Nemo Series, but this is compensated by him having the powers of Noah.
- Flaming Sword: The sword that Noah wields emits flames and cinders, and the Hebrew writing on it roughly means "The turning flaming sword". Explanation
- The Ghost: All Noah is in the mobile version; as he was mentioned by Romani, Da Vinci, and Taigong Wang, but never makes any appearance there.
- Giver of Lame Names: When the group is discussing Babylon Kings true nature, he comments that Enkidus Super-Babylonian-Urukian is weirdly received by everyone present and proposes Nebuchadnezzar 2.5 as an alternative. Tamamo immediately scoffs at it, calling the nickname half-baked and equally ridiculous.
- Gold and White Are Divine: His main color scheme in First and Third Ascensions, with some blue and black mixed in.
- Gratuitous English: His Noble Phantasms name is rendered in English, and he sometimes uses English words to refer to things, such as when he refers to a lion in one of his Bond lines.
- Heroic Self-Deprecation: Noah often mocks himself as a mere farmer, and thinks that being chosen by God is nothing special as there are many of those around. He also adores the Fighting Captain aspect of Nemo so much that he would rather introduce himself as Captain Nemo.
- Irony: While his Noble Phantasm is The Ark, the main function of it in terms of gameplay is recreating The Great Flood while Noah's Ark simply exists to protect the user from the flood.
- I Have Many Names: Initially introduces himself as no one before Tiamat calls him Captain which sticks until his True Name reveal, from which he stays as Noah until the end of Convergent Singularity. Upon being summoned, he introduces himself as Nemo. When he reaches Third Ascension, he reintroduces himself as Nemo Zohar, though he also offers Nemo Noah and Big Bro Nemo as alternatives. To reflect this, his card name changes from Nemo to Nemo/Noah after Third Ascension.
- Locked Out of the Loop: Despite being fellow Grand Servant candidates, Noah didnt know that a male version of Merlin exists until Arthur informed him during Chaldea Summer Garden event.
- Long-Haired Pretty Boy: He's a pretty boy who sports long flowing hair that reaches his legs. He's even prettier to look at in Third Ascension and even lampshades it by calling himself "Salvatic Pretty Boy".
- Loophole Abuse: Grand Servants are a Godzilla Threshold only summoned by the World itself to combat disasters like a Beast, so summons by a person are supposed to be impossible. While this remains true for Noah, this is not the case for Nemo even as Noah stows away sleeping in his Servant container, sort of like a chain summoning. Even in a weakened form, this makes Noah the first Grand Servant able to be summoned through conventional means and gives him a damned good reason to keep his true identity a secret.
- Meaningful Appearance:
- Compared to regular Nemo, his turban has two feathers instead of one, with one of them being colored ocean blue. The second feather represents him being the fusion of Noah and Nemo, with the feather's colors matching Noah's pendant.
- His Third Ascension robe has four-edged fabrics that look like wings, which makes his silhouette similar to the cherubim, the four-winged angel who wielded the turning flaming sword to guard the entrance to the Garden of Eden.
- Mix-and-Match Weapon: His weapon as Nemo is a decorative rifle with an axe head as a bayonet.
- Mr. Exposition: Provides the most exposition regarding the state of Babylon Singularity and its rulers.
- Navel-Deep Neckline: His inner wear in Third Ascension features a low-cut that almost expose his lower bits.
- Nice Guy: Tiamat describes him as a good boy who's nice to others and sensitive to their emotions, but also a bit lonely.
- Non-Action Guy: Spends most of the Babylon Singularity as one, under the excuses of having an unstable Spiriton Origin and claiming that his purpose is not to fight. Even after he fully recovers, he admits that hes not much of a fighter and brings Arthur along as a helper.
- No Sense of Personal Space: Noah tends to get too close to animals, which leads to them being hostile with him.
- Oddly Shaped Sword: The sword Noah wields in Third Ascension looks more like a boat oar than an actual sword due to the flat but long blade and lengthy handle.
- Power Crystal: Noah has Radiant Jewel Zohar, a stone that marks him as a descendant of Adam and grants him various blessings due to his untainted heart and kindness making him worthy of being a Progenitor of Humanity.
- Really 700 Years Old: While his young adult body fits Nemo just fine, Noah is mentally 600 years old.
- Related in the Adaptation: Noah claims to be the successor, if not outright reincarnation, of Utnapishtim, the protagonist of the Mesopotamian version of The Great Flood myths.
- Sharing a Body: Nemo choosing to play host to Noah resulted in a new Servant with two Spirit Origins, one for ordinary Rider Nemo, and one for Grand Rider Noah. Nemo is usually the one in control while Noah is content to rest, but when the time comes to face a Beast, Nemo can let Noah take the (literal and proverbial) wheel.
- Small Role, Big Impact: Noahs friendship with Taigong Wang might be a footnote that the latter only mentioned once. But without it, Taigong Wang wouldnt be able to provide an alternative solution to the problem regarding Koyanskaya and her domain in Tunguska Sanctuary.
- Spam Attack: One of his third Skills buffs shortens the cooldown time of Card Draw, allowing him to attack faster during the buffs duration.
- Super OCD: Noah wants everything to be in pairs and considers anything unpaired to be an unforgivable offense, even if it is something minor like a sweater or a mug. Towards his Master, this behavior is expressed through his desire to wear matching apparels such as whistles and Arts T-Shirts, and he is disappointed when he cant get a matching Mystic Code with them.
- Super-Powered Alter Ego: What Noah Mode is compared to the grown-up Nemo.
- Withholding Their Name: Like he did originally, Nemo doesn't want to give out his name when he's first introduced, calling himself a nobody and going by "Captain".
- We Will Meet Again: After the player beats the Arcade storyline he says he will appear again when the time is right. Sure enough, he is made playable three months later as part of Arcades fourth Anniversary celebration and is featured as one of the main characters in Chaldea Summer Garden event.
- The Worf Effect: Grand Servants are known to being the optimal counter to the Beast they are meant to fight, to the point that they seem to hard counter them. While Noah is the optimal counter to Queen Draco trying to recreate The Great Flood, she prevents him from being summoned in the first place, only surviving by merging with Nemo. The fact that all this is revealed after Draco already left Babylon to prepare her full transformation shows that if she chooses to, she does not mess around.
- Worf Had the Flu: After Nemo saves Noah by fusing with him, the duo is still left weakened enough where he cannot actually oppose Draco. While he is still able to stop her flood from destroying everything, mainly Chaldea, Draco doesn't even consider him to be a factor when you face her.
- Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Noah is not good at handling lions and finds them scary, owing to a past incident where he got his leg bitten by a lion after neglecting to feed them for thirty days.
- Yiddish as a Second Language: In Third Ascension, he yells Lahatnote in one of his Buster card animations.
Rarity: SR (4*)
Alignment: Lawful Neutral
First appearance: Fate/stay night (as Lancer)
Illustrated by: lack
Voiced by: Ayumu Murase
The childhood self of famed Irish hero Cú Chulainn. He is the welfare Servant given as the reward of completing the prologue quest of his debut event, Holy Grail War - Trial of Setanta.
- Alternate Self: Sétanta represents Cú Chulainn in his days as a child yearning to become a great hero. Even though he has all of his future self's memories, he disassociates himself from them, saying that his future is his and his alone. Notably, he can't believe he was killed by Medb's machinations, declaring that she's someone he's more than ready to take on.
- Ambiguously Related: In Avalon le Fae in mobile, one of people accompanying Tonelico was a human child, something that seemed to have been arranged by Odin. In the present day, Habetrot, one of Tonelico's companions, quickly recognizes Caster Cú Chulainn as being Grimm the Wise. While not officially confirmed, the few details about the original Grimm the Wise suggests that he was actually Sétanta brought here by Odin to help out Tonelico. Note how lack themself seems to think that Sétanta was the original Grimm.
- Born Lucky: In stark contrast to his future self's E in Luck, Sétanta posssesses an A in the skill.
- Canine Companion: His artworks depict him with a puppy.
- Composite Character: His Noble Phantasm, Cruaidin Sétanta: The Shining Blade that Shreds with Severing Death, is said to be the unnamed sword Sétanta got from King Conchobar assimilated with Cruaidin from "The Battle of Ross na Rig".
- Cool Sword: His Noble Phantasm, Cruaidin Sétanta, is a Demonic Sword boasting power akin to his foster father Fergus' Caladbolg. Rather than blasting off the top of hills, it's an Anti-Unit Noble Phantasm designed to cut down a single opponent with overwhelming force.
- Iaijutsu Practitioner: Despite being from Ireland, Sétanta wields his sword like this, declaring that he's performing "Demonic Sword Drawing" before cutting down his opponent in a single strike.
- I Just Want to Be Badass: Sétanta is Cú Chulainn before he finished his training under Scáthach to become the greatest hero of Irish mythology. Because of this, he's always training to improve himself even though his story has long ended.
- Martial Arts Staff: He does most of his fighting with a wooden bludgeon that he uses with great skill and can even call back to his hand at will. The staff seems to be a replacement for Gáe Bolg, as according to the description for Martial Arts Disciplining in the Shadow Country, all versions of Cú Chulainn should either have Gáe Bolg or have this skill as a replacement.
- Muscles Are Meaningful: Young, not that tall, but with powerfully built muscles befitting a demigod and hero-in-training.
- Power Glows: His sword glows a shining gold right before he draws it, a clear reference to his nature as the demigod son of Lugh, god of the sun.
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: Like the other iterations of Cú Chulainn, Sétanta possesses red eyes and is a fierce, if inexperienced, warrior.
- Stock Shōnen Hero: Brimming with optimism and pluck that his far more experienced and older cynical selves lack (or more likely, lost).
- Wham Line: His profile states that no version of Cú Chulainn should be able to be summoned without either a version of Gáe Bolg or the Martial Arts Disciplining in the Shadow Country skill, given how integral it is to his legend. This calls the Caster version of Cú into question, as he has neither.
Rarity: SR (4*)
Command Cards: QQAAB; (A)
First appearance: Fate/Grand Order
Illustrated by: Rin Kususaga
Voiced by: Miyuki Sawashiro
Avatar of Lakshmi, Vishnu's wife, who was found when her adoptive father was ploughing the fields. She became Rama's wife when he was able to not only string, but outright break a bow no one else could. However, their happiness wouldn't last as first she was kidnapped by the Demon King Ravana. And even after Rama was able to save Sita, a cursed placed upon him means that they can never be together again.
She first appeared in "Fifth Singularity: North American Myth War: E Pluribus Unum" as an NPC. In Fate/Grand Order Arcade, she was initially released as a Guest Servant with the release of the "Fifth Singularity: North American Myth Erosion: E Pluribus Unum" and then became playable two weeks after.
- Adaptational Badass: Originally, Sita was a textbook Damsel in Distress with no combat capabilities at all, which is also compounded with Rama's questionable acts against her for his people which made her a really pitiable woman. In the Nasuverse, while the Damsel in Distress element remained, she's also a summonable Archer-class Servant with combat capabilities thanks to Rama giving all of his Archer-class qualifications to her.
- Bare Your Midriff: A consistent aspect of her outfit, regardless of ascension level, is that her stomach area is prominently exposed. Higher ascensions cover increasing amounts of her sides, but even at her highest she still leaves her navel and most of the middle abdominal section uncovered.
- Damsel in Distress: Just like in her legend, she was kidnapped and imprisoned in a island fortress.
- Early-Bird Cameo: Plays a Damsel in Distress role in E Pluribus Unum, then became playable two weeks later.
- Fashionable Asymmetry: Her ascension outfits all include legwear that are completely different for each leg. Her right leg always has a red thigh-high boot, while her left leg starts bare before getting a white knee-high boot.
- Gameplay and Story Integration: The Curse of Separation makes it difficult for them to be summoned together, preventing them reuniting. Sure enough, in the main game you can summon Rama but not Sita. But then Sita became summonable years later... in Arcade only, where Rama is not.
- Great Bow: Normally her bow, Haradhanu Janaka: Peerless Bow of Reminiscence, is a regular-sized bow. However, once she activates her Noble Phantasm, it grows to a humongous size where she has to use her entire body to pull back the string of the bow.
- Hartman Hips: Just like her (male...) lover Rama, she also has very prominent hips, which are accentuated by her chest being almost as flat as his.
- Lookalike Lovers: She looks pretty much exactly like Rama, but with twintails. Rama's own androgynous looks really don't help. Fate/Grand Order material III reveals that Kususaga was confused about Sita's concept and thought that Rama would transform into a girl, which resulted in Sita's design.
- Mega Twintails: The main notable difference she has from Rama is that, while she has long red hair that reaches her hips just like him, it's styled into a pair of pigtails. In her case they act as Girlish Pigtails, signifying her cutesy and girly mindset compared to Rama's more serious and somewhat smug attitude.
- Official Couple: With Rama.
- Star-Crossed Lovers: The aptly named Curse of Separation is preventing them from reuniting. When Rama finally finds her in the "Fifth Singularity: North American Myth War: E Pluribus Unum", he collapses from his wounds and she ends up giving her life to save him. Furthermore, she debuted in a playable capability as an Arcade-exclusive character and Rama isn't playable there.
- Stone Wall: Her skills are entirely defensive, including a party wide defense boost, overlapping debuff immunities, a Guts/healing combo that also includes heal over time, a Noble Phantasm that cleanses her debuffs and increases her personal healing effectiveness, and a powerful combination taunt/hit-based Invincibility. But, like Georgios, she has no offensive skills of any kind and a damaging NP.
Rarity: SR (4*)
Origin: Japanese Mythology
First appearance: Fate/EXTRA CCC Foxtail
Illustrated by: Takenoko Seijin
Voiced by: Nao Tōyama
She debuted as the Santa Servant of the 2020 Christmas event in Fate/Grand Order Arcade, Suzuka Gozens Happy Merry Love Christmas!.
- Bare Your Midriff: Her crop-top shirt and tiny skirt do a good job showing off her curvy but decently toned stomach.
- The Cameo: She is featured in a poster together with Vritra in Akihabara Explosion! events stage backgrounds.
- Cupid's Arrow: She uses her Mystic Eyes to bring out existing feelings in people. Notably, she doesn't use this to "make" people fall in love, only to encourage existing couples to get on with it.
- Dark-Skinned Blonde: Has a tan in this form with blonde hair to reflect on her gyaru persona.
- Fashionable Asymmetry: She only wears a single fishnet stocking on her left leg.
- Going Commando: Actually averted as even though she has stated to not wear underwear in the past, Suzuka is clearly wearing some kind of thong. Considering that she is in a 3D game, it would be somewhat hard to get away with that.
- Gyaru Girl: Her normal JK persona has started to lean towards a ganguro style, with her tanned skin, blonde hair and wearing more revealing clothing than normal. Her profile states there's no special meaning to it; she just wanted to try out a change.
- It Makes Sense in Context: The reason for Suzuka being a Santa. Christmas in Japan is more of a holiday for couples, and combining Suzuka's romantic JK persona with that cultural quirk brought about her Christmas incarnation.
- Production Foreshadowing: The Level 80 Saber stage in mobiles Christmas 2019 event has Suzuka as the boss with the label High-School Santa? Not Bad!. One year later, a Santa version of Suzuka was released in Arcade.
- Selfie Fiend: Her summoning animation has her taking a selfie with the player and part of her Noble Phantasm animation has her taking a selfie with the rest of the team which buffs all of them.
- Sexy Santa Dress: Her outfit is basically just a slightly more modest version of Quetzalcoatl's Santa bikini, what with her incredibly short skirt even compared to regular Suzuka combined with a very small crop-top that results in a notable mixture of Bare Your Midriff and She's Got Legs.