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Floating academy city of OLYMPUS
This is the fight to the death, by those called from beyond time
Countless factions send in their youth, fighting for the one and only miracle
Witness, for this is the birth of SIXTH
Will the Rule be finally broken, and shall the mankind free itself from that which awaits it?
Hear ye Masters! – The one holding the name of Atlasia issues a call!
Come out and brandish your destiny, destroying that of others!
6 is 9 and 9 is 6
Thus, summon thy Servants and prepare for War!
Heaven’s END draws near
Who shall be the last one standing and receiving the right to be our next savior?
This, the fight between innumerable heroes, shall decide it.

Fate/Regalia is a roleplay set in 2020, twelve years after the original, fifth Heaven's Feel of Fate/stay night. Now, in the floating academy city of OLYMPUS, young people are being gathered by the Atlasia in charge of the flying fortress. Another Holy Grail War is starting, but this time, the stakes are higher.

Nine years after the Holy Grail War of Fuyuki City, the construction of the floating city "OLYMPUS" has been finished. Led by the sect from the upper echelons of Atlas, "Pantheon", this academy city is the home for the "special young individuals" that Pantheon has been searching for. Countless young people have received an invitation to enroll into OLYMPUS's "Athena Academy", where it is tested whether or not they are the kind of people Pantheon is searching for. Those who are eventually, through unknown means, become Masters. These Masters, after summoning their Servants, prepare for war against other Masters in the streets of the floating city, for the ultimate prize.


Just what is this "Grand Experiment" the head of Pantheon, Atlasia, refers to? What are the requirements of summoning a Servant and becoming a Master? What is the purpose of the Crystal City that surrounds Athena Academy? Why are the words "Memento Mori" etched on to the hull of OLYMPUS? What is the "True Miracle" that is granted to the winner of this Holy Grail War? Many questions exist, and it is up to the students of the OLYMPUS to solve them.

Countless factions inhabit the academy city, all trying to be the one that wins, while their members form their own friendships and relationships. This is a city of social links, like a thick web, where knowing both your enemies and friends is more important than anything else. Knowledge that is hidden is unraveled, and mysteries that were forgotten are solved. This RP promotes all from battles to social interaction between characters, not forgetting the mysteries of OLYMPUS. It is up to the players to decide what is the destiny of the floating academy city.


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This Forum RPG contains the following tropes:

  • Accidental Pervert - Zero, walking into the shower while Shizuku was using it.
  • Action Girl - There are many female characters who fit this trope, Masters and Servants.
  • Aerith and Bob - There are relatively common names like Drake or William, and then there are names like Alacia or Prochainezo around OLYMPUS.
  • All Myths Are True - There are innumerable heroes that have been, are, and will be summoned.
  • All There in the Manual - There is a manual which explains everything about this RP, ranging from the setting to the character creation. Also, the GM made maps for the different zones of OLYMPUS.
  • An Axe to Grind - In one of the short stories appears a Servant who carries a huge axe.
  • Anyone Can Die - Apparently the death count was high prior to the PC's arriving into OLYMPUS, and there were a few times where some would have died if not for the GM's intervention.
  • Artifical Humans - There is a whole faction of these.
  • Badass Adorable - Seemingly, lots off them.
  • The Berserker - The multiple Berserker class Servants.
  • Cassandra Truth - The GM has employed this numerous times when referring to Invoker's true identity.
  • Chinese Girl - Pick any female from the China Order.
  • City of Adventure - And how. From having its own beach resort to being the place where more than 70 Heroic Spirits fight to be the last one standing.
  • Clap Your Hands If You Believe - Plays a great role on the strength of Servants and also, is one of the foundations of magecraft.
  • City With A Dark Secret - From the words of an Ex-Master this is what OLYMPUS is.
  • Dashing Hispanic - Luis Sancho Díaz, one of the PCs is a sword-wielding wind magus. Keep in mind that in the Mage´s Association, wind magecraft is valued as a very refined one.
  • Every Man Has His Price - Kujaku Senhime, one of the Four Devas seems to think this.
  • Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep" - The same as in Fate/stay night.
  • Foe Yay - Implied between Numerica's Lancer and Yamato's Squire.
  • Foreshadowing - OLYMPUS is filled with mysteries, so there is bound to be foreshadowing. Lots of it.
  • For Science! - This seems to be main motivation of the leader of the scientists at OLYMPUS.
  • Game-Breaker - Kazu's Invoker.
  • Guide Dang It! - We all wish figuring out the Summoning process was as easy as looking it up.
  • Historical Gender Flip - There are quite a few Servants who according to their myths were male yet...
  • Honorifics - More than one character has used these already.
  • Hot for Student - Queen Moron for Hakan Strikr.
  • Ho Yay - Zero's encounter in the Sobbing Basilisk. Could also be interpreted as Karma for the shower incident.
  • Infallible Babble: Zig-Zagged - There's a rumor that says that if you call yourself, you can talk to your future self. However, instead of talking to your future self, you get a valuable clue and take the first step to summoning your Servant.
  • Killer Rabbit - One of the PC Servants is a little girl. Said girl is one of the nineteen Hassan-i-Sabbahs and qualified to become a Heroic Spirit of the Assassin Class.
  • Kung-Fu Magi - The China dorm is full of these, apparently.
  • Large Ham - Kimon no Kazu. Full stop.
  • Level-Up at Intimacy 5 - R-links with the NPCs seem to be very important to progress in this game.
  • Loads and Loads of Characters - Apart from the 26 Playable Character Master and Servants, more than 70 different NPCs with their own personalities, abilities, etc. have appeared in the very first day.
  • Luck Stat - Depending on their LCK some Servants can alter their fate to a certain degree.
  • Memetic Mutation - There have been several instances, such as Drake's pacifism making him a hippie, 4 being tsundere or Zero being a shameless pervert. Pretty much all Master PCs have this.
  • Meaningful Names - Just search some of the names, like, eh, OLYMPUS, HECATE, Demeter, Apollo...
  • Multiple Endings - There is even a Gainax Ending. It depends on the players what will be the future of OLYMPUS.
  • More Dakka - Illerina von Einzbern, the Dorm Head of the Einzbern family, did this to one of her opponents after she pushed some weird mental trigger.
  • Mythology Gag - Quite a few already.
  • Nintendo Hard - This game appears to be like this. There is one Master NPC named Pop Kim, who calls herself "P.K.", which are the initials of "Player Killer". To make it more painful, she is Taima's Pop Kim. Add in her faction and her intials are "T.P.K.".
  • Oh, Crap! - Drake had one of these moments after provoking Lancer and would have ended dying if not for Squire's intervention.
  • Panty Shot - Lassy McKenzie to Luis.
  • Player Nudge - The GM seems to have given a couple of non-subtle hints in order to make the Servant Summoning mystery slightly less hard to figure.
  • Red Barons - Almost every character has a title of his own: "Lion of the Bloody Plains", "The Empty One", "Battle Cook", "Death Glasses Sunoko", "Cold Iron Magus"...
  • Ship Tease - A small part of the Memetic Mutation. The most popular being Kazu x Froste [which may or may not become OTP status], and Jacques x 4 or Jacques x Becky, or both.
  • Shout-Out - Loads of them. Like Sunoko Kain (One of the teachers at Athena Academy) being an anagram for Kinoko Nasu.
  • Squishy Mages - Magi in this setting tend to be rather weak when it comes to physical prowess, compensating that with their magecraft.
  • Statistically Speaking - Stats play an important role in this RP, even in "everyday" situations.
  • Status Buff - One of the PCs, Drake, is rather adept at this but mostly to himself.
  • Summon Bigger Fish - Like in Fate/stay night, the Masters here attempt to invoke this trope. From what it seems by now, Kimon no Kazu has won the competition...
  • Tastes Like Friendship - Drake and Yamato became friends after they had a meal in the latter's favourite restaurant.
  • Verbal Tic - One of the NPCs from the China faction suffers from this.
  • Viewers Are Geniuses - This game suffers from this, as a minimal level of knowledge about the Nasuverse is required to be able to see the bigger picture.
  • Wall of Text - Many players and the GM tend to write somewhat lengthy posts.
  • Wild Mass Guessing - In the discussion thread the players, while not joking or having your everyday memetic conversation have shared and discussed multiple theories already.

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