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- Elite Four: Four actual servants, Nursery Rhyme, Gaius Julius Caesar, Paracelsus, and Tech, also know as the "Four Chocolate Kings".
- Generic Doomsday Villain: They're not even alive. They're just causing trouble because Nurse Rhyme's lashing out for being left alone one too many times, and Caesar, Paracelsus, and Tech are just taking advantage of the situation to steal the chocolate for their own goals.
- Golem: Made of chocolate, but same thing.
- Let No Crisis Go to Waste: As Nurse Rhyme's lashing out, Caesar, Paracelsus, and Tech all team up with other Servants and try to steal chocolate for their own plans.
- Apple of Discord: Serves as this to the Saberfaces in "Fate/GUDAGUDA Order Drama CD", getting all of them fight each other over who's the best, while she can stand above them.
- As Long as There is Evil: As Evil Nobunaga fades away, she claims that she'll return if the people "forget to be grateful to the land for its blessings."
- Big Bad: Of "Fate/GUDAGUDA Order Drama CD", seeking to become the most popular by driving all of the Saber-faces into destroying each other. She gets far surprisingly, only being found out when she gloats to herself... in front of everyone. Then Good!Nobunaga reappears, and she is promptly obliterated by the angered Saber-faces.
- Evil Twin: Parodied, as she comes out of nowhere at the end of the end of the event just because.
- No Kill Like Over Kill: After accidentally outing herself as the mastermind of the Fate/GUDAGUDA Order Drama CD, as well as the Good!Nobunaga's sudden appearance destroying any hope of survival for Evil!Nobunaga when she tried to pass off the whole thing as a joke, she gets utterly annihilated by the Sabers plus Okita's Noble Phantasms.
- Too Dumb to Live: How she gets outed and killed in "Fate/GUDAGUDA Order Drama CD," gloating to herself in front of everyone after Medusa learns her true identity.
Command Cards: QQAAB; (Q)
First Appearance: Fate/Grand Order
Illustrated by: BUNBUN
Voiced by: Ayako Kawasumi
The Final Boss of the Saber Wars event and an NPC-only Servant. An alternate version of Mysterious Heroine X born as a result of her traveling back in time, she desires to kill Mysterious Heroine X and become the most powerful Saber. She is temporarily playable in Saber Wars II, and is an unlockable Costume Dress for her counterpart.
- Breaking Speech: She delivers one to Saber Lily, saying that Mysterious Heroine X only trained her because she considered Saber Lily to be no threat and only wanted to manipulate her into helping fix her ship. She tries to convince Saber Lily to kill Mysterious Heroine X while shes unconscious but it doesnt work because Saber Lily realizes that an Altria would be useless in repairing a spacecraft.
- Dual Wield: She busts out Excalibur Morgan alongside Excalibur for her Noble Phantasm, Secret Calibur.
- Hypocrite: She says its unfair that she has to fight all of the heroes at once but is perfectly willing to use dirty tactics herself like when she performed a sneak attack on Mysterious Heroine X. Nero calls her out for this.
- Me's a Crowd: After defeating her once, Ultra Heroine Z uses Saber Ninja Art: 3 Wave Duplication to create a large number of clones of herself. During the Final Boss battle, the player has to defeat nine copies of her (although the first eight of them are incredibly weak, having less than 5000 HP each).
- Palette Swap: Ultra Heroine Z looks exactly the same as Mysterious Heroine Xs first ascension except colored white and she has the same skills and Noble Phantasm. To drive it home, Saber Wars II makes her an unlockable Costume Dress for Mysterious Heroine X.
- Temporal Paradox: Her existence is this. Mysterious Heroine X went back in time to kill all of the Sabers in the past but since this makes Mysterious Heroine X a Saber (at least story-wise) in the past, another version of her must exist to defeat her. Tamamo calls it a chicken and egg situation.
- Antagonist Title: Their "evilness" aside, they are the the titular seven that are fight against in "Da Vinci and The 7 Counterfeit Heroic Spirits."
- Co-Dragons: The seven are this, in order to be Jeanne Alter's harem and serves her in her scheme to distribute the fake Mona Lisas.
- Everyone Can See It: Everyone, even Jeanne's own creations, can tell that she a massive Tsundere. (Fake) Hector even flat-out calls her "adorable!"
- I Want My Beloved to Be Happy: The reason that they where summoned was to make Jeanne Alter happy after she figured out that she wasn't born from Jeanne's hate, and is actually just a "fake."
- Les Yay: Fake Brynhildr is very attracted to Jeanne Alter, much to the latter annoyance. It turns out that she wasn't even meant to be the last Counterfeit Hero. It's outright stated that Jeanne Alter originally wanted the last hero to her female friend but she messed up and made Fake Brynhildr in love with her to her displeasure. It's implied Jeanne would have been a better fit but she hates Jeanne so much she created Fake Brynhildr to not deal with her original self.
- Poke the Poodle: There's nothing really evil about them, as they're Just Following Orders from Jeanne Alter because they want her to be happy, and the only thing that can be considered evil is them helping her with spreading the counterfeit Mona Lisa.
- My Rules Are Not Your Rules: The 7 fake heroic spirits that are summoned by Jeanne Alter are summoned in a different class - Alexander (normally Rider, summoned as Saber), Hector (normally Lancer, summoned as Rider), Siegfried (normally Saber, summoned as Archer), Arjuna (normally Archer, summoned as Assassin), Arash (also normally Archer, summoned as Caster), Caster Gilles (summoned as Lancer) and Brynhild (normally Lancer, summoned as Berserker). "Fake" versions of D'Eon (Rider), Diarmund (Assassin), Phantom of the Opera (Berserker), and Leonidas (Caster) also show up, although not part of the 7 spirits Jeanne Alter summoned.
- Never Trust a Title: Although the event does involve 7 Counterfeit Heroic Spirits and Da Vinci, a much more accurate title for the event would be "Jeanne Alter and the 7 Counterfeit Heroic Spirits".
- Not: In a more hilarious segment, Fake Siegfried apologizes for having to fight, only not so much... The last part is even emphasized by his sprite zooming onto his face.I am very sorry that we have to fight... NOT!!
Command Cards: QAAAB; (A)
Alignment: Chaotic Evil
Origin: Germany (Original creation)
First Appearance: Fate/stay night (as Justeaze von Einzbern)
Illustrated by: Sima Udon
Voiced by: Sayaka Ohara
The Big Bad of the Fate/Accel Zero Order event, and an NPC-only Servant. She is the ancestor of all Einzbern homunculi, Justeaze Lizrich von Einzbern, who was used as the Greater Grail's vessel. She was eventually corrupted by Angra Mainyu and manifests in the Fate/Accel Zero Order Singularity. Her class is Avenger.
- Absolute Cleavage: Like the Dress of Heaven, she too has the same equally revealing clothing.
- Beat The Curse Out Of Her: Appears as the "Dress of Heaven" in the epilogue of Fate/Accel Zero Order significantly less hostile, and tells you that you need to destroy the pieces of the Grail left over in the form of the Elemental Iris.
- Came Back Wrong: Background materials about Justeaze characterize her as dignified, professional and duty-oriented—even if she was pursuing the rebirth of the Einzbern's Third Magic. As she appears in her darkened state, she's somewhat unhinged, to say the least.
- Composite Character: With Irisviel. She's speaking to you in her form in the epilogue, and possibly her body as well. She also shares memories, as she comments that you should have "blown the grail up together with one floor of a luxury hotel."
- And then again when you beat the Elemental Iris and fuse them into Irisviel to increase her Noble Phantasm.
- Evil Counterpart: To the Dress of Heaven, who embodies the original uncorrupted Holy Grail. "Dark Irisviel", conversely, embodies the Holy Grail after its corruption by Angra Mainyu.
- Evil Is Sexy: her costume is a black version of Dress of Heaven/Irisviel's... except for the lack of a bra, further exposing her Absolute Cleavage and giving her Underboobs.
- Eviler Than Thou: She immediately dispatches Matou Zouken when he finally steps out of the shadows to control the emergence of the Holy Grail.note
- I'm a Humanitarian: She consumes Zouken after talking with him and wants to devour more people to satisfy her hunger.
- Non-Indicative Name: Despite being considered Dark Irisviel in-game, she's actually Justeaze.
- Palette Swap: Literally, the only difference between her and Iri would be the coloring, her more disturbing facial sprites, and the absence of a bra, showing off her assets more explicitly.
- Red and Black and Evil All Over: Her costume is black and red just like Dark Sakura, and she is the embodiment of the corrupted Grail.
- Super Prototype: She is Justeaze, the original vessel of the Holy Grail and the ancestor of all Einzbern homunculi, who are made in her image.
- Supernatural Gold Eyes: In addition to the coloration noted above, she has the golden eyes that are very typical of an Altered Servant.
- Upgrade vs. Prototype Fight: Sort of. After you finish the main storyline of the event, the only way to procure the other copies of Irisviel/Dress of Heaven's Servant cards (to max out her Noble Phantasm) is to go around the map and defeat versions of Justeaze lingering about (ideally with your recently-acquired Irisviel to max out her bond points). Oddly enough, she manifests in other different classes.
An oni that Kintoki and Minamoto-no-Raikou try and hunt when a singularity of the oni's kingdom appears. Is the final boss of the "Onigashima" event and in Raikou's first Interlude.
- Battle Aura: Ushi Gozen is surrounded by black-purple smoke and lightning.
- Composite Character: Raikou and "his" sister, Ushi Gozen, are the same person in this interpretation of the legend, thus the Historical Gender Flip . In addition, she subsumes the position of "monster woman" that raised Kintoki.
- Driven to Suicide: Her despair over always being treated like a monster due to her demonic nature led her to try to kill Ushi Gozen, even though, as she well knew, because Ushi Gozen is the demonic part of her being, doing so would mean her own destruction. Only Kintoki's intervention saved her life.
- Enemy Without: She's Raikou's, manifesting as the divine/oni part of her heritage that she's loathed all her life in its own body.
- Final Boss: Serves as the final boss of the Onigashima event.
- Paint It Black: Ushi Gozen's attacks have a black Palette Swap over Raikou's normal ones.
- Punny Name: Raikou has huge breasts and he's the same person as Ushi Gozen in this continuity. Ushi is often used to refer to cows, which produces milk... like a mother's breasts. So that's why she has huge breasts...
- Split-Personality Takeover: It's revealed in Onigashima that "Raikou" and "Ushi Gozen" are actually two personalities in the same body, with Raikou having sealed Ushi Gozen away within her mind and soul... and Ushi Gozen has broken free and taken Raikou over this time. According to Kintoki, this happens every-time Raikou builds up too much divine energy.
- Walking Spoiler: Talking deeply about Ushi Gozen reveals a lot about Raikou's own inner conflict.
A demonic boar from Arthurian legend, and the main villain in the first Summer event, "Chaldea Heat Odyssey".
- Animalistic Abomination: Most demon boars are already pretty freaky. This one's a giant mechanical demon boar, although he only became that way after repairing himself.
- Best Served Cold: He's been waiting 2,000 years since the Chaldea crew left the island to come back and take his revenge for defeating him the first time.
- Foreshadowing: In Altria's Brilliant Summer quest which gets unlocked before you find out about Twrch Trwyth, you face against two Giant Demonic Boars named Grugyn and Lllawin, which happen to be names for two of his children.
- Laser-Guided Karma: After his final defeat, he bemoans that he's lost everything and wonders why he has to suffer so, but Scathach reminds him that he sealed his fate after a life of stealing, rampaging, devouring, killing, and gloating over others. He admits she's right before fading away.
- Macross Missile Massacre: He can fire missiles out of his body.
- Mechanical Abomination: Becomes this after rebuilding himself a machine body, as he's still a demonic beast as well.
- Shock and Awe: Can fire lightning from his tusks.
- Took a Level in Badass: In the first part of the event, he was just a giant demon boar on par with a Phantasmal Beast. After getting the Grail and spending 2,000 years gathering power, he became a giant mechanical demon boar with the power of a Divine Beast.
- Unknown Rival: To Altria, something that he himself is well-aware of. He despises the fact that Altria saw him not as a fellow king, but as a mere beast and pest to vanquish back in the day.
- Voluntary Shapeshifter: Takes Altria's appearance when first revealed, until the trickery is revealed by Scathach.
- We Can Rebuild Him: He does this to himself with the Grail's power after being defeated 2000 years ago by the Chaldea crew from his perspective.
- Bonus Boss: They never attack directly, only appearing in the Extra chapters of each episode.
- Cloning Blues: Averted. They're all aware of the fact that they're fakes, but it doesn't seems to bother them at all.
- Dark Is Evil: The dark Kaleidosticks that creates the Fakes are completely shadowed-in versions of Magical Ruby while blushing. Minus the stars and blush itself, making them look more devilish by comparison.
Command Cards: QQAAB; (A)
Alignment: Chaotic Good
First Appearance: Fate/Grand Order
Illustrated by: Hiroshi Hiroyama
Voiced by: Mai Kadowaki
- Arc Villain: Of the first part of the Prisma Illya event, though her influence is felt even into the second part.
- The Assimilator: Admits that she intends to do this to Miyu once she breaks her will and do the same to Illya. She's already gotten to work on Chloe.
- Demonic Possession: She seemingly lacks a body of her own anymore, so she takes control of Chloe and uses her to fight the party for a World End Battle.
- Dimension Lord: Of the Reality Marble. She later passes it on to the event version of Helena.
- Despair Event Horizon: She hit this in her backstory and kept right on going.
- Living Shadow: When she's not possessing Chloe, she appears as a shadowed-out version of Illya from the Prisma Cosmos CE.
- Magical Girl: She's apparently the first to hold such a title.
- Mark of the Beast: When she possesses Chloe, she becomes surrounded in a purple Battle Aura and her eyes glow purple.
- My Greatest Failure: Sees her choice to kill her friend Mila to save the world as this, lamenting that she couldn't save her too.
- Not So Different: The reason why she chose Chloe as her host is because their personalities are very similar to each other.
- Orcus on His Throne: Despite being the source of the Reality Marble and the one who kidnapped Miyu in the first place, she spends most of her time behind her barrier trying to break Miyu's will while Medb takes the main antagonistic role in trying to capture the heroes and their jewels obtained from the other magical girls. Of course, it also works in her favor since she needs Illya and the jewels for her plan to succeed, and since Illya can only reach her once she has all the jewels anyways she's better off just waiting.
- Reality Warper: The entirety of the Prisma crossover event takes place in her Reality Marble.
- Romantic Two-Girl Friendship: Heavily implied she had one with Mila, who she ended up fighting and killing to save her world. That was the beginning of her own fall, as well.
- Together in Death: Implied with her and Mila.
Command Cards: QAAAB; (B)
Alignment: Neutral Good
First Appearance: Fate/Grand Order
Illustrated by: Hiroshi Hiroyama
Voiced by: Mai Kadowaki
- And Your Reward Is Clothes: Her appearance can be purchasd for Illya during the rerun. This does not change Illya's personality.
- Arc Villain: Of the second part of the Prisma Illya event.
- Dark Is Evil: She wears an all-black dress, and during battle, a darker version of Illya's third ascension outfit. She's also shown to be a lewd and very much evil threat.
- Face of an Angel, Mind of a Demon: She looks just Illya, but is cruel, sadistic, and lewd.
- Het Is Ew: Claims that magical girls should only be allowed to love other magical girls.
- HP to 1: Her "Fall to Heaven" skill allows her to reduce a single target's health down to one HP.
- Laughably Evil: She's noticeably less serious than the First Lady, having far more comedic moments than the former (including following her defeat). This is more than likely due to the influence of the "Magical Gentlemen".
- Palette Swap: In the final World End Battle, she takes form as the Illya from the Prisma Cosmos CE with a black and purple color scheme and her model in-battle has Illya's final ascension in the same colors.
- Reality Warper: She hijacked control of the Reality Marble from Helena and warped it, and mentions once she vanishes it will return to normal.
Illlustrated by: Riyo
Voiced by: Tomoko Kaneda (FGO Fes 2018 Kigurumi Show)
A Master from a Parallel Chaldea. She is capricious and treats her Servants as tools to appease her greed and possibly lust. She appears in the Learning with Manga! FGO "All The Statesmen" event. She later returns as the mastermind behind the Learn with Manga! F/GO Vol 2 Release Commemoration Campaign by use of her manga book, which causes anyone who reads it to awaken their gay urges, in an effort to bring peace to the world.
- Ascended Meme: Personified. She's a horrifically abusive and dangerous Master, a nod to how the Learning with Manga! FGO audience and creators treat her as the most dangerous threat to humanity instead of anything like the Beasts, Alien God, or any other threats known to mankind.
- Attention Whore: One of her defining traits during live events. The mascot has the tendency to leave the stage to approach the audience or will do something else to get their attention. Staff members even have to carry her out of the stage.
- Bad Boss: Not only does she treat lower-rarity Servants as worthless, even her SSR Servants are badly trained and not raised with proper care.
- Breaking the Fourth Wall: During your first meeting, she refers to this kind of talk as something only other Masters would understand, and the protagonist, perhaps due to Reality Bleed, seems to do so. She frequently refers to game mechanics and rages against how she hasn't gotten as many 5* Servants as she would like.
- Clothing Damage: For some reason, her clothes are all torn up throughout the event, though the chibi art means there isn't much shown.
- Did I Just Say That Out Loud?: Has this just before being sent back to her world, realizing that she just stated she wanted to do lewd things to her Servants while in Bunyan's Reality Marble. Edison just wants her gone by then.
- The Dog Bites Back: Her Servants Jack and Nursery Rhyme abandon her after her loss because of her cruelty.
- Eldritch Abomination: After her defeat, she appears like this◊. Edison and Geronimo actually question if she was really human, or rather if she still is one.
- Evil Cannot Comprehend Good: She doesn't understand why the protagonist or anyone else would care about weak Servants.
- Even Evil Has Loved Ones: It's revealed during "All the Statesmen" that she deeply misses her version of Dr. Roman. However, Mash tries really hard not to think about the implications of the fact that her version of Mash isn't with her.
- Evil Twin: To the protagonist. Even if you're playing as a male, they comment on the resemblance.
- Heel: She takes this role in real-life kigurumi appearances. She entertains the audience by being a troublemaker and Attention Whore, and she's outright hostile towards other mascots as well as staff members.
- Hero of Another Story: She outright states that she's fought for and saved Humanity in her world too.
- Hoist by Their Own Petard: Disgusted when Bunyan, whom she hoped would adopt traits of a creator god thanks to their association with the creation of many North American landmarks, was only a simple phantom spirit and a 1* servant, she abandoned her in the woods to die. This act led to the other Master meeting and befriending Bunyan, and thus discovering and stopping her scheme.
- I Have No Son!: She created Bunyan but promptly abandoned her when she turned out to be a 1* Servant. She's perplexed that the protagonist would show any trust to or care for someone as weak as Bunyan.
- Kick Chick: Due to the designs of the mascot kigurumis, she has difficulty punching someone with her short arms, so she only relies on kicks. There are many convention pictures of her stepping on people.
- Lies to Children: Implies her Breaking the Fourth Wall terminology is merely something you would understand and that she's doing something... else.
- Nightmare Face: Pulls a truly glorious one in the event's finale, realizing that she just stated she wanted to do lewd things to her Servants within Bunyan's Reality Marble.
- No Name Given: She introduces herself but it is The Unpronounceable with Berserker-ese text.
- Pet the Dog: Her second appearance has her taking a more selfless route, attempting to play matchmaker to create a more peaceful world. (Of course, she's also just horny.) She also genuinely accepts the error of her ways when shown she was wrong.
- Reality Bleed: During her event, a lot of characterization and jokes from the Learning with Manga! FGO slip into the regular Chaldea. The protagonist and Mash are also affected, the former in particular becoming Denser and Wackier, adopting a lot of the Nameless Master's Breaking the Fourth Wall jokes and becoming greedier and more-lustful about the situations they fall into. Mash, still her usual self, suddenly adopts a Meta Girl perspective and keeps up with the protagonist's fourth wall-breaking shenanigans with (slightly more serious) commentary about the game.
- Series Mascot: This version of the female protagonist is commonly used as Grand Order's mascot primarily for her breakout troublemaker personality from the gag manga, and even has made appearances live in a mascot costume to act out skits at conventions, particularly as the Heel. Like the protagonist, she's referred to as "senpai" by Mash and MCs.
- Super-Deformed: As per Riyo's style.
- Unwitting Instigator of Doom: Using a Holy Grail to power Bunyan up really did not go as planned, as it allowed Bunyan to create an alternate dimension from her mind populated by living beings (a step up from even normal Reality Marbles) and runs the ultimate risk of creating a Reality Bleed across the multiverse that will inevitably self-destruct if not stopped. And all because she really wanted a 5* Servant... should've just waited for the GSSR.
- Watsonian vs. Doylist: How acceptable is Riyo's Gudako's behavior? Depends on how you look at it in-story or out. Someone playing a mobile game, selling off one stars, obsessing over waifus and complaining about stats and throwing game pieces away? Not a problem. In-story, doing this to Servants who are people? You Monster!!
- Villain Forgot to Level Grind: Despite having some good welfare Servants and even a trio of 5 Star Saberfaces, Gudako's obssession with waifus over actually leveling them up, like an actual player would, means they're relatively easy prey for all but the most entry-level of Masters.
- Villain Has a Point: Fate Grand Order is a grindy, money-grubbing gacha game with stingy drop rates in terms of both upgrade items and high-powered characters, is deliberately designed to create a social system of haves and have-nots between the paying and free players, where the former are more likely to be picked for supports, and won't even implement an NP Skip button. That said, she also has a shallow and limited understanding of the game, dismissing every servant of 3* rarity or lower as worthless when most of them (including Bunyan!) can prove very powerful or occupy useful niches after being properly upgraded and leveled, and says she wants the game to have more "beautiful female saberfaces," so she doesn't have too much of a point.
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: Her return has her use her manga to create a more peaceful world. Too bad she's still Gudako, with da Vinci herself calling her out for not accepting the most important parts of romance, development and chemistry.
- Yuri Fan: So much so that exposure to her manga has been known to awaken gay urges. Da Vinci calls her out on this by saying that she needs to accept that the most important part of any romance is their development and chemistry, and she's just mashing together pairings regardless of whether they make sense (such as Kiyohime/Elizabeth, when Kiyo has Single-Target Sexuality).
- Anthropomorphic Personification: Of the United States of America and the country's desire for freedom. She's compared to Uncle Sam in this regard.
- Anti-Villain: For all her determination in killing Bunyan, she admits that she never wished to make her suffer. She even admits after her defeat that she only watched Bunyan from afar, and never did anything else, when all Bunyan wanted was a friend.
- Grand Theft Me: She takes control of Altera for the sake of ending Bunyan.
- Knight of Cerebus: She reveals the true reason for why the "All The Statesmen!" Singularity exists.
- Running Gagged: Altera appears in nearly every section of "All The Statesmen" claiming to be various American figures as a Running Gag. Columbia seems to be the same... except A) it's the actual Columbia in Altera's body, and B) her appearance is played entirely seriously to the point of her segment being a Wham Episode for the event. The next time Altera appears, it's as her original White Titan self.
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: She wants to kill Bunyan because the Singularity created by her will bleed into the real world and destroy itself. This puts her at odds with the Protagonist, who wants to save her instead.
- Animated Armor: Because the real Gugalanna is still a tiny animal, it is animated by Ishtar and the thunderclouds it generates.
- Brutish Bulls: A massive divine bull whose destructive power makes it an existence powerful enough to fight Tiamat for a time.
- Dismantled MacGuffin: The golden pieces that were incorporated into each racer's race car, (or smashed for Nobu/X's rocket), made up Gugalanna.
- Gold and White Are Divine: The majority of its body is golden, but there is a smattering of white here and there, especially on its face.
- Rule of Three: A third version of Gugalanna called Gugalanna Mark III appears during Ishtar's second Interlude.
- Shock and Awe: Its creation spawns a massive lightning storm, and it discharges lightning for attacks. In fact due to Gugalanna being just an ornate skeleton of a bull, when it moves it forms storm clouds around it in the visage of an actual bull.
- The Plan: Gugalanna Mark II is the result of Rider Ishtar's plan to recreate Gugalanna after being mocked for losing it in Babylon. Of course, the event would never have happened if her strange fake counterpart hadn't stolen it from her.
- Walking Spoiler: Gugalanna Mark II's existence reveals the truth behind Ishtar's plan for the entirety of the second Summer event.
- Bullying a Dragon: Mocked Ereshkigal in the backstory, and got beaten up by her after he took her up on her challenge and went down to the Underworld. Too bad it backfired on Ereshkigal when she didn't get what she wanted.
- Conflict Killer: "Merry Christmas from the Underworld" for the most part is a tale of Ereshkigal's self-loathing and breaking her oath of not directly interfering with humanity, believing she has to atone by fading away and relinquishing control of the Underworld to a more responsible god, and the Protagonist fighting tooth and nail to convince her otherwise. However once Nergal's real intentions are made clear - that his lingering malice just wants Ereshkigal out of the way so he can turn Kur into a complete and utter hellhole - getting through to Ereshkigal becomes much easier, and the conflict becomes a much simpler case of "punch out the bad guy".
- Dark Is Evil: The straight example to his former master's subversion. He plans to remake the gloomy-but-peaceful Ereshkigal has built into a hellish nightmare of plague and suffering that exists only to glorify himself.
- Everybody Hates Hades: Discussed, actually. Being Nergal's malice given form, the Nergal of the Underworld lacks the complexity of his original self, and is obsessed with the idea that the Underworld should be a place of humiliation and suffering for everyone the way it was for him. That's why Dumuzid jokes he never did have many friends as he dies.
- Evil Cannot Comprehend Good: Quite literally, as Nergal's malice only contains the feelings of anger and humiliation Nergal felt from his battle and loss against Ereshkigal, not the respect Nergal gained for her after losing fair and square. As a result, the malice can't comprehend or accept that his origin willingly handed over his Authority to a "lesser" goddess.
- Exact Words: Oh, he gave Ereshkigal half of his divine Authorities as per demand, but he made sure to give her the Plaguemaster powers that she had no interest in.
- Final Boss: He (or rather, his malice) serves as this to not only the event, but the entire Arc 1.5 as a whole.
- Graceful Loser: The real Nergal admitted defeat and submitted his Authority as a gesture of respect, since his arrogance was tinged with generosity. His malice, meanwhile, rants about how the Underworld should be a place of torture and humiliation, while also wanting to be apart of humanity's mythology.
- The Heartless: Being formed from rage and regret, Nergal's malice cannot feel or understand the positive emotions of others, not even his own past self's.
- It's All About Me: As Nergal's malice dissipates, its revealed the real reason that it wanted to take over the Underworld from Ereshkigal was so that he could be remembered as apart of humanity's myths.
- Know When to Fold 'Em: According to Gilgamesh and Dumuzid, Nergal was one of the few Sumerian gods who could swallow his pride and admit his fault. It was why he ultimately acquiesced to Ereshkigal after his defeat (not that it stopped him from taking a bit of minor revenge by denying her what she truly wanted from him).
- Large Ham: In the "reenactment" of the conflict between Nergal and Ereshkigal, he's portrayed by Ozymandias, another arrogant being associated with the Sun. And judging by how much Ozymandias was hamming it up, Nergal was likely quite the ham too.
- Plaguemaster: Being the god of the sun, Nergal was also the god of the summer fevers and plagues that struck down the Sumerians each year. He left this power to Ereshkigal upon death, and it forms the core of the villainous Nergal in the story.
- The Power of the Sun: The God of it, in fact, for the Sumerian pantheon. This was of particular interest to Ereshkigal, who wanted his Authority over the sun in order to use it for her kingdom.
Cosmos In The Lostbelt Event Villains
- Ambiguously Evil: It's played with through the event. While pretending to be Semiramis, Chaldea starts to wonder why she's so enthusiastic about making chocolates when she refuses to slow down production, despite having made such facilities as a building that can slow down time all to improve chocolate production. It's then revealed that she was evil, but only because the Semiramis Chaldea was interacting with was a fake. Even then, it's not clear if her flooding of Chaldea was because she no longer needs them, or if she just doesn't see anything wrong with that. Her speech as it happens doesn't really clear anything up either.Chocoramis: Yes...more. More! Show me...the sweet world of chocolate! Chocolates making more chocolates! Chocolates taking over everything! A chocolate world made by chocolates for chocolates!!!
- Beware the Silly Ones: Despite being objectively ridiculous, this silly event villain came closer to outright destroying Chaldea than anyone else before the Lostbelts, by flooding it with endless supplies of chocolate.
- Blue and Orange Morality: Doesn't see anything wrong with flooding Chaldea, even stating to the protagonist that "a human like you need not understand my words."
- Can't Kill You, Still Need You: As much she would like to kill the original, she still needs her Noble Phantasm and Holy Grail to create her empire of chocolate. Hence why she sealed her away in the chocolate fountain.
- Chekhov's Gun: The chocolate fountain. It turns out it was a prison for the real Semiramis, sealed away by her, and powered by the Holy Grail she was using to power her Kingdom of Chocolate. This is Foreshadowed by an early Dove Report noting that the fountain hides a secret.
- Cloning Blues: Chocoramis wanted to rule of a kingdom of chocolate, due to her being sentient chocolate and an empress without a kingdom, due to copying the original's personality. Semiramis bluntly tell her that she just a failure and her shame, not even worthy of being eaten.
- Corrupt Corporate Executive: At first, she just seems to be trying to be starting a chocolate factory, but as more of the factory expands, starting with the Chocomandrakes, the more it's clear she has ulterior motives.
- Didn't Think This Through: Her plan falls apart because she didn't take into account the fact that even Holy Grails can run out of power. Once it does, not only is her dream of an empire of chocolate ruined and made an enemy of Chaldea, but also unseals the real Semiramis.
- Evil Doppelgänger: A chocolate model of Semiramis, who took on her personality and sought to create a kingdom for chocolate.
- Fiction Business Savvy: Is smart enough to take advantage of Edison's and Tesla's rivalry with AC/DC currents to double her chocolate productions. When Charles Babbage asks to joins the competition to prove the superiority of steam, she lets him join to triple it.
- Five-Second Foreshadowing: As her chocolate floods Chaldea and her rant confuses the protagonist, she states that "a human like you need not understand my words." While it could be translated that its because of Semiramis's demi-goddess nature, in actuality, it's because she made of chocolate.
- Foil: To the Choco Servants of the previous Valentine event. The Choco Servants and Chocoramis herself may seem similar due to being golems made of chocolates resembling Heroic Spirts, but while the Choco Servants were just soldiers serving under "Four Chocolate Kings," to steal all of Chaldea's chocolate for their various reasons, Chocoramis is completely sentient and betrayed her creator. She also only sought to build her kingdom with the help of Chaldea, but whether her overloading the facility with chocolate was intentional or she didn't see anything wrong with it, it was surely to fill the Earth with chocolate.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: In the end, she brings about her own downfall due to her over-using her Holy Grail, screwing herself over when the real Semiramis frees herself and ending her plans of a Kingdom of Chocolate.
- Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!: Shoots herself in the foot due to literally overloading Chaldea with too much chocolate, which in turn not only turns Chaldea into her enemy, but exhausts her Holy Grail and frees the original, who all proceed to gang up and destroy her.
- No Name Given: Doesn't really have a name, and is given one on the spot by the protagonist once she's revealed to be a fake made of chocolate.
- Not So Different: Obsession with chocolate aside, it's pointed out by both Semiramis herself and the protagonist that Chocoramis is effectively a carbon copy of Semiramis down to her own values.
- Start My Own: She was an empress without a kingdom due to being chocolate so she decided to make a kingdom of chocolate to rule over.
- Walking Spoiler: Chocoramis's existence reveals the true reason behind the 2nd Valentine event.
- You Have Out Lived Your Usefulness: Ambiguous. It's unclear whether the flooding of chocolates in Chaldea was because she's finally reached peak production and no longer needs Chaldea's services, or giving them exactly what they want and doesn't see a problem with literally drowning them in the goods, so long as it helps her create her Kingdom of Chocolate.
Illustrated by: Konoe Ototsugu
Voiced by: Nobuyuki Hiyama
Darnic is the main villain of the "Inheritance of Glory" event. Because of his Fusion Dance with Vlad III in Apocrypha, upon death his soul was brought into the Grail alongside Vlad's but unable to be converted into energy because he was not a Servant. Several years after the events of Apocrypha the remnant of Darnic begins trying to usurp control of the Greater Grail from its new administrator, Sieg.
- Determinator: He continues to exist despite his sense of self slowly fading away in order to finally obtain the Grail.
- Early-Bird Cameo: His first appearance in Grand Order was on the Golden Millenium Tree Craft Essence.
- Face Death with Dignity: He accepts his demise by Vlad's spear after he tells him that his dreams were admirable but ultimately something to let go of, with him deciding to let go of his dream and finally rest.
- "Groundhog Day" Loop: Part of Darnic's plot involves creating mindless but full-powered copies of the Servants that fought in the Great Holy Grail War and having them fight in conflicts where they simply come back after dying. According to Sieg there have already been over 10,000 repetitions by the time the event starts.
- Karmic Death: Is killed by Vlad, his own Servant who he forced to become a vampire and fuse with him.
- Load-Bearing Boss: If what's left of Darnic were to disappear then the recreation of the Great Holy Grail War inside the Greater Grail will vanish, and so all of the Servants in it would disappear too.
- Loophole Abuse: The entire reason for his current existence. Because of his Fusion Dance with Vlad III, he ended up being drawn into the Greater Grail with his death at the hands of Amakusa...but because he was still human, and not a Servant, the Grail didn't break him down into energy, eventually allowing what was left of his spirit to try and take over the Greater Grail much like how the Holy Grail identified Angra Mainyu as a "human" rather than a Servant and attempted to grant his wish, becoming corrupted in the process.
- Older Than He Looks: He was already over a century old during the events of Apocrypha which was set in 2004, and that's not even accounting for the unknown amount of time between then and his appearance here.
- Our Ghosts Are Different: He's not exactly the real Darnic at this point, but rather the remnants of his wish to obtain the Grail.
- Alternate Self: While not precisely Nobu's Alter form, she is much more of a threat to the protagonist than the playable version.
- Darker and Edgier: This version is something closer to an Alter version of Nobunaga as her more serious side is greatly emphasized over her gag qualities.
- Foil: To "Evil Nobunaga" of the first "GUDAGUDA" Event. Evil Nobu was fought at the end of the event as a parody of the Evil Twin trope. (Alter) meanwhile is fought at the beginning of the event, and is played completely seriously.
- Knight of Cerebus: Her presence clearly sets the tone for the first half of the 3rd GUDAGUDA event.
- Not So Stoic: Though she is a dangerous threat to the protagonist, she still makes the same "Koha-Ace" face as the original.
- Putting on the Reich: Her fashion sense is modernized and sharp, near-akin to Imperial Japanese Army uniforms.
- Greater-Scope Villain: Of "Servant Summer Festival," being the one who gave BB the power to create the Ground Hog Day Loop, though he's more of a middleman compared to the Alien God.
- Ground Hog Day Loop: Helped BB do this in order to protect humanity from the coming of the Alien God.
- Sadist: The most human of the Outer Gods also makes him the most sadistic to humanity's suffering, and what allowed him and BB to become close friends.
- Antagonist Title: Demon Ruler and the Golden Kamuy, with Elizabeth being said Demon Ruler, and Moshirechikuchiku serving as the Golden Kamuy.
- Composite Character: Of Moshirechikuchiku Kotanechikuchiku and Fafnir; due to it being born of a fusion of the Rheingold and Kamuy's gold. In-game, he's just referred to as "Golden Dragon".
- Overly Long Name: As noted in Composite Character, the dragon is made up of two beings. An ancient demon that tried to kidnap the Sun Goddess and eventually got outwitted by Ainu hero-god Aynurakkur, and the evil dragon Fanir.
- Blood Knight: A given due to being made of the darker aspects of Quetzalcoatl.
- Enemy Without: Is this to both Quetzalcoatl and her (Samba Santa) form.
- Hopeless Boss Fight: The first fight against her ends with her victory.
The villain of the New Year's 2019 event, his various tricks were running Beni-enma's inn into the ground until Chaldea dropped by.
- Genre Savvy: 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. Not that it helps him when the jig is up and Chaldea still kicks his ass.
- Master of Illusion: He's capable of disguising itself as pretty much anything, which is how he's managed to run circles around Beni-enma for so long.
- Jerkass: Nue's pranks and tricks have been ruining Beni-enma's inn for no reason.
- Walking Spoiler: The story's climax reveals that he was masquerading as four separate characters, serving as his extensions to slowly tighten his grip on the inn.
- Yokai: He is the legendary Nue, having used his shapeshifting to con Beni-enma for years on end.
- Clipped-Wing Angel: All cursed books start off as demons or monsters, but once the first bar breaks, they're reduced to their book state.
Voiced by: Maaya Sakamoto
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, creating the Patchwork London Singularity from the protagonist's memories.
- One-Letter Name: Waver's "death" warning was the letter M.
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: All it ultimately wanted 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.
Makuzu is the main villain of Gudaguda Final Honnouji. He is a Buddhist priest and the Master of Maxwell. He uses his Servant's Noble Phantasm to create black giants in order to turn Japan into the Pure Land.
- Blob Monster: What he creates from Perpetual Motion Machine.
- Punny Name: Makuzu is a pun on Max(well), which comes into plays as Maxwell first introduces himself as Makuzu's/Max's Caster before revealing himself much later.
- Would Hurt a Child: Hurt a child? He's using kids to be basically sparks to ignite his Perpetual Motion Machine black giant maker.
- Bait-and-Switch: Miyamoto Musashi is not the last Swimsuit Swordsmaster faced. That would be her evil doppelganger, Tenma Musashi.
- Brainwashing: Summer Jeanne uses a technique called the "Big Sister Beam" that causes those struck by it to start thinking of her as their big sister. In addition to making the protagonist offload all of their buffs onto her, she uses it on Jeanne Alter and Santa Lily to make them think she's their big sister too.
- Denser and Wackier: To Shimousa's Swordmasters, of whom they are a parody. These are played more for comedy than drama, and their madness is silly rather than terrifying.
- Fisher Kingdom: Downplayed, but still there. Each Swimsuit Swordsmaster commands a casino that is based off of them. For example, Me-Ji-E-Do commands an Egyptian casino complete with sphinxes as security guards and has workers based on Medjed. Suiten-gū Leviathan, a water show casino based off of Seraphix, is commanded by Mysterious Alter Ego Λ.
- Non-Indicative Name: Despite being called "Swordsmasters," only one of them uses an actual sword.
- Threatening Shark: This Summer Jeanne, in addition to her dolphins and whales, controls an enormous and dangerous great white shark.
- The Worf Barrage: Once the protagonists, using the logic that a mother outranks a big sister, recruit Summer Raikou to their side, Summer Jeanne is easily dealt with, as Raikou first counters her Big Sister Beam with a Mother Laser, then throws her shark so far away it becomes A Twinkle in the Sky.
- Enemy Without: Is this to both the original Miyamoto Musashi and her Berserker forms.
- Literal Split Personality: This Musashi is what split off after her original Saber self messed with a Holy Grail, which is her her duel-craving Arrogant Kung-Fu Guy personality who refuses to lose to a non-swordsman, with none of the positives.
- Walking Spoiler: Her existence is revealed to be the last of the Seven Swimsuit Swordsmasters, and is what caused the Las Vegas Singularity in the first place.
- Foreshadowing: Her presence in "Battle Of New York" foreshadows "Saber Wars II"
- Additionally, "Ishtar With Demon Thorn Tattoos On Her Arm" was a thing during Christmas in the Underworld.
- Greed: She is Ishtar, after all. She announces she's come to Earth to plunder our treasure, uses beam attacks that turn people into gemstones, and wants the rare treasure called "Mas Tar."
- Mind Screw: Turns out that this is another version of Ishtar. What is their connection? Nobody knows.
- Recycled In Space: It's Ishtar with a giant UFO. She might be from the Servant Universe, where everything is a space parody, but its never really explained. The existence of the actual Space Ishtar only complicates things more.
- Unreliable Narrator: Mysterious Heroine XX implies that she might actually be the Ishtar of the Servant Universe, the Red Devil she once defeated during her adventures and forced to become a better person. It's certainly a possibility, but it could just as easily be her mistaking her own universe's Ishtar for Space Ishtar, just as the protagonists do.
- Duel Boss: The final battle against her where she retains her very high HP bar, but this time she is pitted against a beefed-up "Ishtar Astaroth" in a duel.
- Foil: To Tiamat/Beast II, for essentially being the Servant Universe's "Mother", and attacking them for abandoning and forgetting her.
- Genius Loci: Her actual body is literally the Ancient Universe, and only similarly large scale attacks can harm her.
- Hopeless Boss Fight: Her first battle where along with more than a million HP, she goes with permanent invincibility.