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The contents list the following characters of the RWBY: Fate Disaster story. Featuring the residents of the nineteen Servants along with some of the Remnant characters.

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The Dream Team: Argonauts

    In general 
  • Fire-Forged Friends: Kind of. While Jason's team can get into arguments or even attack each other-usually Jason-they can work together if it comes down to it. Having been together since they were alive. All of them being allies one way or another.
  • Team Chef: Averted. As none of them know how to cook. The only one trying being Atalanta, and she is not very good with ingredients.
  • Underestimating Badassery: When Jason and his team see Jaune trying to stop their robbery...they laugh at him instead. This bites them back as while Jaune did lose the fight against Jason, he ended up causing an explosion that engulfed them all.

     The Leader: Jason 

Captain of the Argo
The leader of the famed team called the Argonauts. A cunning yet cowardly Servant who's own actions caused his team and others to land in Remnant rather badly. Weakened, wanted, and considerably barley surviving, Jason must lead his team once more. Otherwise face death once again, and not by the Grimm either.
  • All for Nothing: His plan to steal a lot of things from Signal ends up like this. The only thing he brought was a few books which were then later burned to ash. He's not happy about this.
  • Attention Whore: Loves to be on the spotlight, even if its criminal activity.
  • Best Friend: He considers Hercules this.
  • Dirty Coward: According to Medea (Lily), he's this as he does his best to escape from harm.
  • Domestic Abuse: His yelling to Medea (Lily) would certainty look like this to outsiders.
  • Groin Attack: Is on the receiving end of this by Ozpin.
  • Jerkass: He wouldn't be Jason without this. The only person excepted from his attitude is Hercules.
  • It's All About Me: Kinda acts like this most of the time.
  • Oh, Crap!: When Jason realizes he's in trouble upon facing a much more skilled enemy and magic which can actually hurt him.
  • Take Over the World: At the end of Arc 1, he decides to rule all of Vale, and convinces the rest of the Argonauts to follow him.
  • Unskilled, but Strong: Jason admits this as while he's super powerful as a Servant, his skills are rather pathetic with the sword. Something even Ozpin notes saying it was just barely better than Jaune's.
  • Wrong Genre Savvy: He tries to bat away a magic blast with his sword, but the blast explodes on contact. Medea (Lily) says magic blasts don't work like on TV.

     The Berserker: Hercules 

The former Ace of the Argonauts, now the Muscle. The only friend of Jason and more than willing to help his friend out despite his foolishness. While cursed with Madness, he'll protect his team no matter what. For he's the strongest of them all.
  • Best Friend: Oddly, he's this to Jason of all people. Though even he has limits for his friend.
  • Dumb Muscle: Ziggzagged as due to the Mad Enchantment, he's not very bright and is usually just used to attack. However he has shown some signs of intelligence here and there.
  • Ground-Shattering Landing: Anytime he drops down from a good height, the ground below him cracks. This makes him well feared.
  • It Can Think: During his fight at the docks with Sigurd, while only a few letters, Hercules actually said said letters. Meaning he's not as dumb as he used to be anymore.
  • Sanity Has Advantages: If he weren't in the Berserker Class, then maybe he'd have figured out a way to escape his prison cell sooner. Not just roar and yell while floating in circles for days at a time.
  • The Big Guy: Naturally as he's the biggest of the Argonaut crew.
  • The Berserker: That's his Class.
  • Power Born of Madness: As a Berserker, he has the Mad Enchantment which more or less makes him mad and crazy. Unable to do much aside from being used to attack with brute force. Though according to Atalanta, it appears he may be regaining bits of his sanity somehow. Shown during the dock fight.
  • Stealthy Colossus: Despite his great size, he is able to spy on a White Fang meeting undetected and report to Jason. Atalanta comments that she is aware he can be summoned as Assassin, but it shouldn't be possible for him to hide himself as Berserker.

     The Huntress: Atalanta 

The cold beauty who vows to protect children. Even when trapped in another world she'll do her best to aid those in need, and help her old team of the Argonauts to survive. Even Jason if it comes down to it. Though if he gets out of hand, she'll be the one to stop him.
  • Cat Girl: Due to her appearance, she could already be considered a cat girl. In Remnant, people believe her to be a cat faunus.
  • Doting Parent: Acts like this to Medea (Lily) a bit.
  • Friend to All Children: She cares for children and wishes to help them. Seen the most with her interactions with Medea (Lily).
  • Insistent Terminology: She insists on calling Atlas' robots "golems".
  • Lethal Chef: Her cooking is far from good. As Jason found out the hard way.
  • Mistaken Age: She attacks Roman when he was about to hurt Blake as she's a 'child'. Roman lampshades this as Blake is already past the child age limit.
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Not with the Argonauts, but with Jason more specifically. Usually being the one to argue with him or belittle him. Still, she does acknowledge him at times. Until he messes up again.
  • Underdressed for the Occasion: Upon being brought back to Beacon the second time, Atalanta is in nothing but a slight see through green sleeping nightgown. She's not happy about this.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Inverted. Despite her attack on Ruby and Penny, she actually made it so that it wouldn't hurt them. Wanting them to just leave so they didn't get involved. To bad Sigurd thought otherwise.
  • X on a Stick: Does this with rats on her arrows to cook.

     The Witch of Betrayal: Medea (Lily) 

Medea (Lily)
The Witch of Betrayal turned child, and the healer of this party. Unlike her older form, she will do whatever Jason says and will always be by his side. Despite not being a fighter, she can still throw a few good spells and will do her best to aid the ones she loves. Especially Jason. Always...
  • Abhorrent Admirer: She is madly in love with Jason, but he can't stand her.
  • Future Me Scares Me: How she feels about her older self thinking her as scary and a big bully.
  • Good Is Not Soft: When facing Taiyang in a fight, she mercilessly wacks him with her staff shattering his aura, knocking him out, and possibly damaging his face.
  • Love Makes You Crazy: She's this to Jason. She loves him yet does rather strange things to him which more or less makes him scared.
  • Love Triangle: Played for Laughs. When Jason says he rather be with Hercules, Medea (Lily) sniffles that he'd rather be with a man than her.
  • Stepford Smiler: Jason says that despite all her sweet personality, she doesn't actually trust others as much as some may think. Aside from Jason and her Argonaut members, her attitude towards others is just a farce.
  • Squishy Wizard: She is knowledgeable on spells and can use a few offensive moves. Though she's unable to fight directly in battle.
  • Raised by Natives: Whenever Jason and the others aren't with her, Roman takes care of her.
  • Weak, but Skilled: She's far from being the toughest member on the Dream Team. However she makes up for it with her knowledge in healing magic and while she may not look or act like it, is very smart.
  • Yandere: Tries to kill Ozpin for harming Jason.


The Assassin Trio

     In General 

  • Affably Evil: For assassins the three are rather nice in certain ways. Serenity even making a friend with Neo.
  • Assassins Are Always Betrayed: According to No Name Assassin, all three were killed off in the end, though not because of betrayal. In her eyes, because they were misguided.
  • Evil Smells Bad: Aside from the evil part, the smell was temporarily. Having been transported to Remnant, all three fell into a sewer where its claimed it took days to get rid of the smell.
  • Cool Mask: All three Hassan have a rather cool mask.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: Despite the fact all three are killer assassins, they are rather chummy and seem to get along well with others. Of course they're still killers, and are working with Roman who's job may involve a dead body or two.
  • Noodle Incident: Jason somehow managed to con them into taking him and the Argonauts back to their base. They didn't like it.
  • Power Trio: All three Hassan make this.

     Cursed Arm 

Cursed Arm
One of many Assasins from the fabled Hassans. A Servant that strikes in the shadows, and that hasn't changed no matter the world he's in. Leading his fellow Hassans and working with a certain thief, the Cursed Arm will do his best to get the job done. Even if there's a few bodies here and there.
  • Invisibility: Can do this with his Presence Concealment skill in the prison breakout.

     Hundred Persona 

Hundred Persona
The last leader of the legendary Hassan, now following Cursed Arm alongside Serenity. This personality disorder may have problems with voices, but she (he) is no less of a capable killer. Using their power they'll do their best to fool the enemy before making them drop dead.
  • Literal Split Personality: In life Hundred Persona had just a disorder. Now he can use his disorder to make numerous bodies. Like say-a prison breakout/robbery.
  • Nothing Personal: States this as she leaves Atalanta and the rest of the Argonauts when ditching them at the docks. Atalanta isn't amused.
  • We Are "Team Cannon Fodder": Her copies are easily killed off at the docks, yet nobody seems to mind or care.


The most delicate of the Hassans, yet people should not be fooled. While sweet and kind, her touch is anything but sweet. While lacking in power, she makes up for cunning and shapeshifting. A flower that shouldn't be held carelessly.
  • Odd Friendship: After some kind of mission, she and Neo become friends.

Winter Wonderland Servants


The King of Warriors
A legendary warrior on par with even the great King Arthur. While not as powerful as before, his skill with the sword is no less weaker than before. Joining the Atlas Military to both help and maybe find a way back home. Yet even then it seems his luck here is no less better than back home. Still, he'll be a grand ally to have on the field.
  • Badass Normal: He believes his current power is about human level. A human that can still kick ass and cut apart many things when not using magic.
  • Born Unlucky: Ignoring the past with his wife, the second he appeared in Remnant he nearly died by falling off a height of hundreds of meters. Then we have the fact that both Ironwood and Winter now believe him to be a two-timer. His luck hasn't changed here.
  • Butt-Monkey: Life on Remnant hasn't entirely been good to him. Particularly with many thinking he's incompetent after numerous mistakes.
  • Cadre of Foreign Bodyguards: Technically he isn't from around Remnant, and as of the moment escorts and protects Penny for the time.
  • Defrosting Ice Queen: According to Penny, Sigurd smiles more when his daughters shows up.
  • Reality Ensues: Naturally after making too many mistakes Ironwood would take away his position of Specialist. Played for laughs with Ironwood even questioning why he even gave Sigurd the title upon first meeting him and when he doesn't officially exist.
  • Throwing Your Sword Always Works: Not this time. After testing his Noble Phantasm and tried remerging the Gram daggers back into a sword, a Geist steals a piece and flies off with it. Naturally Sigurd is none to pleased with this. Later, he throws a dagger into Roman Torchwick's shoulder, but he still gets away, and now Sigurd has two daggers left.
  • Your Cheating Heart: Ends up being mistaken for this thanks to Saber Lily and Jeanne d'Arc (Santa) (Alter) (Lily), though he was one in life for cheating on Brynhildr.

     Alturia Pendragon (Saber Lily) 

Altria Pendragon (Saber Lily)
The Princess of Knights
The sweet princess before she became the king of Knights. While not as powerful as her older form, she shouldn't be underestimated. A girl that can charm others no matter who they are.
  • Adopt-a-Servant: While Whitley doesn't understand the significance of it, according to Sigurd, Saber Lily made a Servant Master contract with him. Now she gets a small but supportable amount of mana.

     Jeanne d'Arc (Santa) (Alter) (Lily) 

Jeanne d'Arc (Santa) (Alter) (Lily)
The younger and more sweeter version than the usual Jeanne D' Arc Alter. While more naive and a rather long name, this version of the Saint has shown to be just as caring as her older self. While she hasn't done much in this strange place she's found herself in, she'll be certain to bring a winter wonderland wherever she goes and fight to protect those in need.
  • Adaptational Modesty: Sigurd has her wear something to cover her chest and midriff to make her more modest.

Wild West Adventurers


A new Goddess has arrived upon the land, and without two Brothers around, she and maybe her sister will become the new ruler of this land. While extor-protecting the people for minimal pay, she stops Grimm on their tracks. And if things go her way, she'll be praised for her deeds with her name spread as the true Goddess of Remnant.
  • Fusion Dance: Ends up merged with her sister Ereshikigal. She's not happy about this.
  • Home of the Gods: Now that she's on Remnant where there's little faith, Ishtar decides to make it her new home. Planning on getting lots of followers for both power and to spread her fame.


Not just one, but a second Goddess has arrived upon Remnant. Though unlike her sister, instead of aiding the mortal plain Ereshikigal would rather help the underworld denizens. Diligent, focused, and maybe a tad socially awkward. Whatever the case, she'll help those who have passed away and perhaps make an underworld that's just right.
  • Duty That Transcends Death: Even when in another world she still does her best to be dutiful to an Underworld that isn't even her own. Technically she fits the trope as Servants are beings of people who have already died or something of the sorts.
  • Fusion Dance: Ends up merged with her sister Ishtar.
  • Yandere: Has a moment of this when thinking of locking Fujimaru away. Ishtar points this out.

     Xuanzang Sanzang  

Xuanzang Sanzang
It seems Buddha-or a fool-has seen to it that the legendary Sanzang is sent to another world. Even better, to once more reunite with her beloved partner Sun Wukong and continue their journey. She'll face Grimm, help the powerless, and guide the faithless. All while her new partner makes certain she doesn't stumble along the way.
  • Adaptational Modesty:: She wears her 'Traveler' outfit to not draw as much attention in the school.
  • Cry into Chest: When she meets Sun and thinks it's her Sun, she hugs him with tears in her eyes.
  • Clingy Jealous Girl: Upon seeing Sun and Neptune hugging, she grabs the former and drags him away with a pout. She then gets annoyed when Sun and Blake are together.
  • Even the Girls Want Her: Not just men, but even girls were staring at her.
  • Innocent Fanservice Girl: Sun states this having seen her revealing outfit and hugged by her multiple times.
  • The Glomp: Does this to Sun sometimes. He's embarrassed by it.
  • Out of Character Is Serious Business: When she sees the Argonauts working with Roman and believes them to be doing bad, she cuts the silly child act she has. Becoming serious much to their surprise and even Sun.

Darkland Followers

     Angra Mainiiu 

Aŋra Mainiiu
From Fuyuki, it appears All The World's Evil has decided to cause mayhem in Remnant itself now. The weakest Servant in existence, now joining the dark side of Remnant all to have fun and live comfortably without paying rent. Still, in a world where other Servants are weakened, then maybe he'll attain victory over others.
  • From Nobody to Nightmare: His past aside, he was first just a bodyguard for Junior, before getting fired for being useless and left to follow Roman Torchwick... until he's fired again for being useless. Then at the end of Arc 1, he is taken in by Salem to cause mayhem.

     No Name Assassin 

No Name Assassin
Forsaken Assassin of the Hashshashin
An Assassin that shouldn't even be summoned, yet is the strongest of all since the First Hassan. While nothing more but a False Servant, her faith is anything but false. Wishing to aid her predecessors, she will help them move away from the False God that misguided them. The Hassans and others on the side of good better beware.

     Cú Chulainn(Alter) 

Cú Chulainn(Alter)
Mad King Cu Chulainn
The mad berserker of Lancer has arrived. Found by Cinder, he decides to join Salem in order to cause mayhem and bloodshed. While weaker, the carnage he'll spread will be just as devastating.
  • Blood Knight: Why he willingly joins Cinder and Salem. So long as he fights, he's happy.

Other Servants

     Medusa (Lancer) 

Medusa (Lancer)
The Goddess of the Shapeless Isle
The youngest of the Gorgon sisters, taking he name of Ana she explores this new land with no need for companions aside from a certain crow. While young her ability to fight is not to be underestimate. Threaten her or her sisters, and one will likely be dead.
  • Aw, Look! They Really Do Love Each Other: With her sisters naturally. As while they do tease her and call her names, Medusa recalled the memory of how they joined her in going to the island while instead they could have stayed and be loved by humans.
  • Hates Being Touched: Played for laughs as when Qrow tried giving her an affectionate pat on the head, she slaps him away.
  • Oblivious Younger Sibling: Instead of being angry or upset by her older sisters training, she instead sees it as a good thing.
  • Sibling Rivalry: Not 'sisters' per say, but she seems to treat Medusa and Gorgon-two older versions of herself-as sisters. And due to her getting along more with Euryale and Stheno due to her similarities to them, both adult versions naturally get annoyed and jealous of her.
  • Not Good with People: More like humans in general. While she doesn't outright hate them, she doesn't like them due to them constantly trying to court her sisters and kill her for trying to protect them.

     Abigail Williams 

Abigail Williams
The Silver Key
A figure who's power is maddening than even a God. If left alone she may snap an bring a threat worse than the Grimm. Good thing a (un)willing person has come in the form of a thief. With her newfound father and sister Neo, Abigail enters the criminal life. And anybody that threatens her peace will face the madness within.
  • Badass Adorable: Roman and Neo-to the amusement of the Hassan-don't realize that Abigail is way stronger than they think. Thus they leave her out of missions.
  • Because You Were Nice to Me: While it's still uncertain why exactly, apparently she sticks with Roman Torchwick because he doesn't hit her and is kinda nice to her.
  • Family of Choice: Abigail considers Roman and Neo as her new family.
  • Raised by Natives: Not exactly by choice, but Roman is now taking care of her alongside Neo. And for a time took care of Medea (Lily) as well.


The fabled Minotaur of the labyrinth, now in a new world where he meets another fellow like him. While a pacifist at heart, his nature can be turned to battle even the most fiendish of enemies. Now the great beast joins with a group who want change for the better. Perhaps he can help and steer them along the proper way.
  • Morality Pet: Is trying to be this to Adam, leader of the White Fang. Whether or not it works remains to be seen.
  • Not So Different: His relationship with Euryale isn't so different from Adam and Blake, which Adam himself comments on.
  • Offscreen Moment of Awesome: His battle against a Paladin as only Adam saw the epic fight.
  • These Hands Have Killed: He tells Adam that he's killed before. Anybody who knows his history knows why.
  • When He Smiles: Makes Adam have this which rarely happens.

The Newcomers


The King of Heroes, most powerful Servant of them all. Strong, full of magic, exceeds all men, and a massive jerk. The first true Servant now entering Remnant, and may just make a change...Assuming he can find a way to civilization.
  • And There Was Much Rejoicing: Nobody likes Gilgamesh. Nobody. So when his capsule is blown up with him gone...everyone cheered for his supposed demise.
  • Unwitting Test Subject: Gilgamesh was begged to enter the capsule, and does so after much of it. In truth, Chaldea had him enter so they can test if it's safe for other Servants. If it works, it works. If it doesn't, then oh well.

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