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Max HP 13,266
HP Rank
Max ATK 11,810
ATK Rank
Base Atk1,825Base HP1,945
Max Atk 11,810 Max HP 13,266
Lvl 100 Atk 12,928 Lvl 100 HP 14,533
Lvl 120 Atk 15,174 Lvl 120 HP 17,081
NP per Hit (%) 0.59%
NP when Attacked (%) 3%
Star Absorption 104
Star Generation per Hit 20.5%

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Servant Skills

Evening Shroud EX

Increase NP Strength for all allies (3 turns).
Increase NP Gauge for all allies by 20%.

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NP Dmg + 20% 21% 22% 23% 24% 25% 26% 27% 28% 30%
CD 7 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 5

Available from the start

Morning Lark EX

Increase NP Gauge for an ally.
Inflict delayed debuff on an ally: Decrease NP Gauge by 20% after 1 turn. (Treated as a buff). [Demerit]
Gain Critical Stars.

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NP + 30% 32% 34% 36% 38% 40% 42% 44% 46% 50%
Stars + 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 20
CD 8 8 8 8 8 7 7 7 7 6

Unlocks after 1st Ascension

Ending of Dreams EX

Increase Buster Card effectiveness for an ally (1 turn).
Apply NP Boost (Increase NP Strength buff effectiveness; Non-stackable) to an ally (1 turn).

Apply [Permanent Sleep] delayed debuff - at the end of the turn:
- Remove buffs from ally.
- Inflict Eternal Sleep Status on ally (Cannot act, cannot sacrifice or order change, permanent, is not removed when attacked) [Unremovable].
- Apply Target Focus to ally (3 turns) [Unremovable].

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Buster + 30% 32% 34% 36% 38% 40% 42% 44% 46% 50%
NP Boost + 50% 55% 60% 65% 70% 75% 80% 85% 90% 100%
CD 10 10 10 10 10 9 9 9 9 8

Unlocks after 3rd Ascension

Append Skills

Anti-Caster (ATK Up)

Deal extra Special ATK damage to [Caster] class enemies.

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Special ATK +20%21%22%23%24%25%26%27%28%30%

Class Skills

??? (Oberon)

While on the field, increase debuff success rate for all non-Foreigner allies by 10%.
While on the field, decrease buff success rate for all Merlin allies by 20%.

Territory Creation E-

Increase your Arts Card effectiveness by 1.5%.

Item Construction A+

Increase your Debuff Chance Rate by 11%.

Riding A

Increase your Quick Card effectiveness by 10%.

Midsummer Night's Dream EX

Grants self immunity to Mental Debuffs.
Grants self immunity to Curse.

Noble Phantasm

Rye Rhyme Goodfellow E

Deal damage to all enemies.
Remove Offensive Buffs from all enemies.
Inflict Sleep to all enemies (1 turn).
Apply Invincible to all enemies (1 turn) [Demerit].


Deal supereffective [Lawful] bonus damage.

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Rye Rhyme Goodfellow

A Tale of a Far-Off Dream

Rank Classification Hit-Count
E Anti-Unit 4

Deal damage to all enemies.
Remove Offensive Buffs from all enemies.
Inflict Sleep to all enemies (1 turn).
Apply Invincible to all enemies (1 turn) [Demerit].

Level 1 2 3 4 5
300% 400% 450% 475% 500%
Overcharge Effect

Deal supereffective [Lawful] bonus damage.

Charge 100% 200% 300% 400% 500%
150% 162.5% 175% 187.5% 200%

Assorted Info

ID 316
Cost 16
Gender Male
Growth S
Inst. Death Chance 18.00%
Damage Distribution Quick 10,20,30,40
Damage Distribution Arts 10,20,30,40
Damage Distribution Buster 16,33,51
Damage Distribution Extra 4,9,14,19,23,31
Damage Distribution NP 10,20,30,40

Attack / HP Growth

Stat Ratings

Interlude Quests

Quest Requirements Reward
Spirit Origin Release Quest
Chapter Completion: Lostbelt 6: Avalon le Fae

Ascension: 4

Bond: 0

Unlock Asc 3/4

✔ = Available ✖ = Unavailable

Ascension Materials


Skill Enhancement Materials

1 → 2 200,000
2 → 3 400,000
3 → 4 1,200,000
4 → 5 1,600,000
5 → 6 4,000,000
6 → 7 5,000,000
7 → 8 10,000,000
8 → 9 12,000,000
9 → 10 20,000,000

Append Skill Materials

1 → 2 200000
2 → 3 400000
3 → 4 1200000
4 → 5 1600000
5 → 6 4000000
6 → 7 5000000
7 → 8 10000000
8 → 9 12000000
9 → 10 20000000

Total Materials Required

Append Skill
Asc + Skill

Costume Dress Materials

Costume Cost Materials
April Fool's 0

Bond CE

Bond Level 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Bond Pts Req. 5,000 15,000 10,000 2,000 18,000 150,000 430,000 340,000 320,000 405,000
A Pavane for the Deceased Princess

When equipped on Oberon, Increase all allies' Damage against enemies with [Lawful] alignment by 20% when he is on the field.

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Since you summoned me, I'll lend you a hand. Although from the bottom of my heart, it feels like crap.

Living up to his name's sake, the King of the Fae Oberon ushers power that humans could barely fathom. An ubiquitous AoE Buster Support and Damage Dealer hybrid, Oberon’s arrival onto Fate / Grand Order could only be described as calamitous, as he is widely considered a game-changer that ushers in a new age of NP looping with unprecedented heights. 

Oberon’s main power can be splitted into two parts. The first is his humongous NP Charge Support, coming from his first two skills. Evening Shroud EX is a party wide 20% NP Gauge Charger with a sizable NP Damage buff as well. Morning Lark EX grants a targeted ally an extra 50% NP Charge, with the caveat of draining the target’s NP Gauge by 20% afterward, and a 20 Critical Star bomb as cherry on top. Together, these two skills give the highest amount of NP Gauge Support to one target that a Support Servant can provide in the game, making Oberon extremely valuable right off the bat even if his list of powerful effects stop here. 

But the Fairy King has more than just NP Gauge in his arsenal, as his signature skill Ending of Dreams EX is also one of the most powerful single target buffs imaginable, granting a 50% Buster Performance buff and a NP Boost effect that essentially increases the effectiveness of all NP Damage buffs that a Servant currently possesses significantly, both for one turn. This unique NP Boost multiplier is massive, turning The Black Grail for example into a nuclear level of damage boost. But great power comes at a price, after the turn this skill is used, the beneficiary of this skill will be completely taken out of commission by virtue of a nasty unremovable Sleep and Taunt debuff. Thus, it is a one-time power boost that should mostly be used on the beefy last wave of a farming node or to push for the kill against bosses in challenging battles. 

Unlike other Support Servants, Oberon can also function as a Damage Dealer. His class gives him a wide array of class advantage bonus damage that he can exploit, particularly in mixed class farming nodes that are quite common. His Noble Phantasm - Rye Rhyme Goodfellow E is an AoE Buster Noble Phantasm that deals extra damage to [Lawful] enemies, removes all their offensive buffs and inflict the unique [Sleep] debuff to them. Thanks to his class and teamwide buffs, Oberon is quite sufficient as a sub-DPS in multi-DPS composition that can help ease team building limitations.

It is fairly easy to see where Oberon falls short: his kit simply does not work for longer battles. All the demerits from his skills are negligible in farming context or when one is trying to burst down something within a limited time frame, but in a lengthy battle they are extremely cumbersome to work around. 

Nonetheless, Oberon is an incredibly potent force whose impact on how Master would play the game cannot be understated. For any Master looking to take their account to new levels in terms of farming efficiency and crafting powerful setups that can blast many encounters to smithereens, the Fairy King is THE guy. 


Incredible NP Gauge Support

With essentially 70% NP Charge to one ally and 20% to other allies, Oberon is one of the best NP Gauge Supports in the game and the only one with such a high single target battery. As such, he is invaluable in the majority of the game’s contents. 

Exceptional Damage Boosting Potential

Oberon’s buffs are very potent, as his unique NP Boost buff can drastically raise an ally’s damage output, capable of brute forcing through damage hurdles otherwise seems impossible. While he works best with Buster-centric Servant, this unique buff makes him very useful even for Servants with NP of other card types. 

Good Wave Clearing Potential

Thanks to his rare class and AoE Noble Phantasm with a good anti-trait bonus, Oberon is a competent wave clearer. This is particularly useful in multi-DPS teams with other Servants that can charge each other NP Gauge like Morgan or another copy of Oberon himself. In many circumstances, Oberon can even function as the main Damage Dealer of a team.


Unsuited For Lengthy Battles

Oberon possesses many debilitating demerits that can actively hinder a team in a longer battle. His third skill essentially is a death sentence to his target after a turn. His passive debuff that reduces one of the game’s best sustain support - Merlin’s buff success rate also makes him undesirable for stalling compositions. Last but not least, Oberon’s Sleep debuff on his Noble Phantasm can make him quite clunky as it prevents any further damage on his targets for the rest of the turn if no Ignore Invincibility effects are available.

Level Up Skill Recommendation

Skill Priority
Evening Shroud EX

Increase NP Strength for all allies (3 turns).
Increase NP Gauge for all allies by 20%.

Show Info
NP Dmg + 20% 21% 22% 23% 24% 25% 26% 27% 28% 30%
CD 7 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 5
Morning Lark EX

Increase NP Gauge for an ally.
Inflict delayed debuff on an ally: Decrease NP Gauge by 20% after 1 turn. (Treated as a buff). [Demerit]
Gain Critical Stars.

Show Info
NP + 30% 32% 34% 36% 38% 40% 42% 44% 46% 50%
Stars + 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 20
CD 8 8 8 8 8 7 7 7 7 6
Ending of Dreams EX

Increase Buster Card effectiveness for an ally (1 turn).
Apply NP Boost (Increase NP Strength buff effectiveness; Non-stackable) to an ally (1 turn).

Apply [Permanent Sleep] delayed debuff - at the end of the turn:
- Remove buffs from ally.
- Inflict Eternal Sleep Status on ally (Cannot act, cannot sacrifice or order change, permanent, is not removed when attacked) [Unremovable].
- Apply Target Focus to ally (3 turns) [Unremovable].

Show Info
Buster + 30% 32% 34% 36% 38% 40% 42% 44% 46% 50%
NP Boost + 50% 55% 60% 65% 70% 75% 80% 85% 90% 100%
CD 10 10 10 10 10 9 9 9 9 8

Oberon is one of the game’s finest Servants, and all of his skills should take high priority for leveling. Ideally, his second skill should be maxed first, followed by his third skill and finally his first skill. If resource constraints are a concern, then having all three at level 6 and then focusing on his second skill first would be recommended. 

  • Evening Shroud EX – One of Oberon’s main NP Battery skills and crucial for his functionality. However, the NP Charge value is fixed even at level 1 so this skill can be leveled after his two other skills. 
  • Morning Lark EX – This is Oberon’s most important skill to level up as the NP Charge Value scales with skill level. The extra Critical Stars is also quite useful for many setups to supplement first turn burst with Critical Hits or activate certain Servants’ condition (such as Miss Crane).
  • Ending of Dreams EX – Both of the buffs value scale with skill level, making this skill a no brainer for leveling. While the value gained from leveling is big, it is not as crucial to his operation as his second skill, and thus it can be leveled after. 

Craft Essence Recommendation

Oberon primarily will be holding Bond/QP/Mystic Code Level CEs and Drop Bonus CEs during events, as he is a very low requirement Support for pretty much any farming composition. In difficult content, Oberon is best used as an one-time-use power boost to the Damage Dealer or as a sub-Damage Dealer. For the first role, CEs that can grant one-time team buff or Starting Critical Stars are valuable, while for the second role, Starting NP Gauge is exceptionally useful to help him access his Noble Phantasm as soon as possible. If used as a main damage dealer, NP Damage is the most powerful stat as his third skill can elevate the buff to obscene value. 

  • Bond / QP / Mystic Code Level CE or Drop Bonus CE: Flexible QoL Craft Essence is a natural choice for Support Servant, particularly one that will be used frequently in events such as Oberon. 
  • Golden Captures the Carp / Ox-Demon King: Exceptional one-time team buff Craft Essences that synergize well with Oberon, providing even more boost to the teammates he is supporting. 
  • The Black Grail / Heaven’s Feel: These Craft Essences have incredible synergy with Oberon’s third skill and is great on him when he is used as the main damage dealer. Generally, the main Damage Dealer of the team would be on these CEs to take advantage of Oberon’s buff. 
  • Aerial Drive / Starry Night / Golden Sumo: Boulder Tournament: Any Craft Essences with starting NP Gauge and other beneficial offensive stats like Buster Performance, Attack or NP Damage are more than enough to make Oberon work as a Sub-Damage Dealer.

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Other Info

Release Date 08/2023
Country/Place of Origin
Illustrator Chica Umino
Seiyuu (CV) Toshiyuki Toyonaga
Series Fate/Grand Order




Character Info

First introduced in "Faerie Round Table Domain: Avalon le Fae," this Servant was summoned to Britain to defeat Morgan, the ruler of Faerie Britain. Oberon has been known in the British Isles since ancient times, but this version strongly resembles his portrayal in Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream."

He is fairly capable in combat, but excels in intelligence gathering and combat support, risking life and limb to ensure the success of Chaldea's mission. This trusty faerie king puts his heart and soul into securing Britain's true future.

Profile 1

Height/Weight: 174cm, 56kg (when human) 17cm, 6kg (when Fae)
Origin: Germanic folklore, medieval European literature
Region: Faerie Britain
Alignment: Chaotic-Evil
Gender: Male
"My True Name? Let me think...Faerie King Oberon is nice, but the more names I have, the more convenient it is for me. Winter Prince, or maybe Robin Goodfellow... There's a lot of them, you know."

Profile 2

Perhaps the most famous depiction of Oberon is of the fairy king who appears in the Shakespearean comedy, "A Midsummer Night's Dream." In the play, Oberon is described as powerful, but with a selfish and immature disposition.

"A Midsummer Night's Dream" follows two lovers named Lysander and Hermia as chaos erupts around them over the course of a single night. The Oberon of the play quarrels with his queen, Titania, over her new page, and to punish her, Oberon plans to use a concoction that causes one to fall in love with the first person they lay eyes on, and then make the page his own. However, the juice was entrusted to a fairy servant named Robin Goodfellow, whose negligence caused Lysander and Demetrius to be affected by the juice...


Oberon has been mentioned in numerous other works as well. In a 15th century work titled "Huon of Bordeaux," he was portrayed as a king of the forest of fairies who could use magic which granted all types of wishes.

Profile 3

A beautiful young man with gentle blue eyes, silver hair, and pale skin. He's mild-mannered, sprightly, and a kind-hearted pacifist. His judiciousness makes him meticulous and careful in planning and executing strategies, but he never misses the exact right moment to make his move. He approaches situations bullishly and aggressively (some may see it as savagery).

He resembles a perfect prince of light straight out of a fairy tale. Simply put, he's a cunning main character, as proven by his mature smile but boyish behavior, or the fact that he is like an innocent visionary but possesses the authority and power of an adult. He is educated but not patronizing, idealistic but not militant, weak but not dependent on violence. He is the greatest prince of light of all faerie history, but he will not take a wife.

"I like being happy. Just like bugs require clean water, faeries can't live without being happy."

Profile 4

Territory Creation: E-
A mage's ability to create their own workshop/territory. Oberon was once the king of the faerie forest, but as time passed, he lost his territory and became nothing more than a wanderer in a story. Consequently, his Territory Creation skill is at the lowest rank and paradoxically shows Oberon to be a king in name only. Oberon himself conceals this fact, and so he tries never to reveal that his Territory Creation abilities are low.

Item Construction: A+
The ability to create items. He becomes a high-ranking artisan who can create items that can confound the thoughts of others, as exemplified in the "tri-colored dew grass (love-in-idleness)" used to curse the fairy queen Titania.

Riding: A
In English faerie lore, faeries are said to travel by riding insects. Since Oberon is a king, he travels gracefully using his own wings, but he rides a sphingidae, more commonly known as a hawk moth (traveling at speeds of 130km/hr), when nobody is watching, racing to various lands and charming the hearts and minds of their people.

Profile 5

Evening Shroud: EX
When night falls, the allied party experiences great success and a sense of escape from reality which leads to an increase in their will to fight. This skill is almost identical to Merlin's Dreamlike Charisma.

Morning Lark: EX
When morning breaks, the allied party experiences a great increase in morale and self-worth. This is a type of forced doping which increases the target's magical energy, though only temporarily. The effect is lost with time, so deploy Noble Phantasms with great caution...

Divinity: -
Oberon's queen, Titania, is formed from a combination of numerous fairies and goddesses (Mab, Diana, Titan), and thus she possesses Divinity. Oberon is a faerie king without any other elements mixed in, so he has not acquired Divinity.

Profile 6

[Rye Rhyme Goodfellow]
Rank: E
NP Type: Anti-Personnel
Range: 5–40
Maximum Targets: 7

Tale of a Dream Held Aloft Yonder.
Oberon's rhyme of an unfinished paradise. He spreads his wings magnificently and scatters scales everywhere to forcibly transform the target's body (Spirit Origin) into a mental corpus of the dream world, and so prevents them from functioning in the real world. It is a grand magecraft that is superficially similar to a Reality Marble...or so he claims. Those who fall into a dream become Invincible in exchange for becoming unable to intervene in reality.

Character Info (Clear LB6)

He is not, in truth, a Heroic Spirit from Proper Human History, but a Servant born in Faerie Britain. He is a doomsday device which curses the world, born from Faerie Britain's legendary Abyssal Worm, which is said to return all to nothingness. The name Oberon was simply taken from Proper Human History. His name in Faerie Britain is Vortigern, and he shares the same name as King Vortigern, the tyrant who led Britain to destruction by selling off the nation to various tribes.

Oberon the liar. His entire existence, even his name, is lies. When his true nature is revealed, he declares without a hint of shame, "There is nothing I like," as the edges of his mouth curl upward.

...Obviously, this is a lie as well, since not a single thing he says is true.

Profile 1 (Clear LB6)

Height/Weight: 174cm, 56kg (when human) Total length 1440km, --kg (when Wyrm)
Origin: Faerie Britain, Fate/Grand Order
Region: Faerie Britain
Alignment: Chaotic-Evil
Gender: Male
"My True Name? Yeah, it's also Vortigern. So what? Don't you remember me saying the more names I had, the better?"

Profile 2 (Clear LB6)

There is a forest called the Autumn Woods, located in Wales, on the outskirts of Faerie Britain. It is inhabited by powerless insectoid faeries, or small fairies whose innocence and low intelligence made them unable to assimilate with the faeries of Britain who had taken to mimicking human society. Faeries who felt out of place in Faerie Britain, faeries who fled because they were bullied, and faeries who were persecuted for simply existing and reviled for "spreading poison" also gathered in this forest, and ended up dying helplessly. It was in this forest inhabited by those who had nowhere else to go, or those who were hated and died in obscurity...that the Vortigern of this age―Oberon―emerged.

Profile 3 (Clear LB6)

Oberon is a Servant born from the British Isles, as well as being a doomsday device (Vortigern) created by the British Isles. He appeared as numerous forms of malice in the past (the mors king being one of them), and led the British Isles to destruction. Once Morgan's Era of the High Queen began, he was thwarted twice, which led to the creation of "Oberon."

He is popular with Britain's faeries because of his resemblance to the Wind and Wing clans, the most noble of all clans in Faerie Britain, but he is not a faerie at all. In fact, he is a single insect (ignobly) born from the emotional excrement embodying the island's revulsion for living things, disgust that a long-dead history has continued for over 10,000 years, and the desire to eliminate everything that lives on the island as well as all traces of the island itself.

In an ironic turn of events, when the British Isles produced the ancient faerie Oberon, his Spirit Origin overlapped with that of the Fairy King Oberon thanks to the influence of Proper Human History that Morgan brought in. This is how his purpose as a doomsday device and his nature as Oberon the King of Faeries are able to coexist.

Profile 4 (Clear LB6)

A beautiful young man with hair dark as the deepest shadow, sunken blue eyes, and sharp bony limbs. He is evil incarnate, the very image of a fairy-tale villain—a prince of darkness. His every word and action is a lie. He claims his life's purpose is to watch humans fall to ruin, but there's no way of knowing whether he is sincere in this or not. He does not hold others in such contempt and work always to bring misfortune on them because he loves only himself and wishes only for his own happiness. Rather, he finds everyone and everything utterly revolting. He has neither love for others, nor for himself.

As Oberon's Fae Eyes see the truth, he looks down on everything he sees and conceals the sheer disgust that wells up from the very depths of his heart with an elegant smile. His every expression is a performance, and his lies, though without flaw, are nonetheless not wholly fabrication. There is a genuine aspect of himself that could live this way if he so chose. Yet, as he is cursed to have all that he says be a lie, any truth in his words or deeds is rendered meaningless.

He will never harbor love for any living creature. To Oberon, humans and faeries are "meaningless, grating on the eyes, disgusting yet seemingly content" objects to be eliminated. Because he will never be able to feel happiness himself, he is irritated and unable to comprehend why other living things can effortlessly achieve happiness simply by living.

Profile 5 (Clear LB6)

[Lie Like Vortigern]
Rank: EX
NP Type: Anti-World
Range: Unlimited
Maximum Targets: Unlimited

Eye of a Dream Falling Yonder.
The true form and Noble Phantasm of the Oberon brought into existence by Faerie Britain. He transforms into the hollow insect tasked with Britain's destruction—the evil dragon Vortigern—and he swallows the entire world with his giant blender-like mouth and esophagus (hollow) to bring it to ruin. It doesn't kill the targets, but rather serves as a path to another world which plunges them into an abyss devoid of any light.

Ending of Dreams: EX
The terminal dream. A skill that enhances a single Servant. The affected Servant's abilities are augmented to an extraordinary degree, but at the end of the turn, all effects expire and the target falls into an eternal slumber.

...Those who lose their dreams shall never regain the will to awaken back to reality.

Profile 6 (Clear LB6)

Fae Eyes: -
A form of vision, innate to faeries, which "converts the world." It is different than the Mystic Eyes some humans possess. These are said to be the eyes of greater faeries who can pierce through all falsehoods and reveal the truth, and they show Oberon the malice, flaws, and inner nature of intelligent beings.

Anti-Humanity: D
The power to put a hold on all things humanity produces and the laws that work in humanity's favor. Normally the Beast class possesses this skill. Despite being unable to hate or hold a grudge against humanity, Oberon's eagerness and desire to eradicate humanity is as instinctive as breathing. This enabled him to acquire the same skills as the Evils of Humanity after eons of deception and biding his time. Simply put, it is a form of malice that subtly seduces the direction (or the mood) of the target's hearts and minds toward baser, more evil things.

Furthermore, he is on profoundly poor terms with Merlin, another resident of the dream world. Oberon rejects all support and aid from Merlin. This rift was born of their different attitudes toward your tale, and Oberon dedicates almost all his powers of disguise to deceive Merlin. Thus, Merlin is unable to perceive Oberon, and whenever someone speaks to Oberon through Clairvoyance, Merlin sees that person as simply speaking to themself.

Midsummer Night's Dream: EX
The curse Oberon has been inflicted with ever since his inception.

"While these visions did appear; / And this weak and idle theme, / no more yielding but a dream."

One of the world's most famous fairy plays, "A Midsummer Night's Dream," closes with this soliloquy, which is also representative of Oberon's nature. In human history, the Fairy King's every word and action have been labeled as lies, cursing him to forever be unable to speak truth.


"Those damn bastards. I'll destroy them all one day."
Oberon's aggression stems neither from jealousy, nor from hatred, but rather from his love for Titania. However, he will never admit to this aloud.

Voice Lines

Battle Start 1 Happily, if you'll have me. I'm better at dancing, though.
Battle Start 2 Faerie King Oberon makes a dashing appearance! Aw, this is kinda fun!
Battle Start 3 If we can't avoid this battle, there's nothing for it. Let's do this.
Skill 1 Now, let's get started.
Skill 2 Let's think of something clever.
Skill 3 Oh, this isn't my power.
Skill 4 Thanks. I'll try my best.
Skill 5 What do you think, Blanca?
Skill 6 ...Yeah, I know.
Command Card 1 Okay.
Command Card 2 That gives me pause, though.
Command Card 3 I feel a little bad for them.
Noble Phantasm Card 1 Gotta be peaceful, even in a fight.
Noble Phantasm Card 2 May you have a tale of a warm dream.
Noble Phantasm Card 3 I'm counting on all of you.
Attack 1 May I present...
Attack 2 Go, go!
Attack 3 The radiance of life.
Attack 4 The scars of a dream.
Attack 5 Armor of Theseus!
Attack 6 Sorry, but this is handmade!
Attack 7 This is Hippolyta's bow!
Attack 8 I mean, we're in a forest.
Attack 9 Let's go at full power!
Attack 10 Fairy Dust!
Attack 11 Over here!
Attack 12 Hahahahaha!
Attack 13 This is Heracles' girdle.
Attack 14 Sorry, can't let you past this point.
Extra Attack 1 Go!
Extra Attack 2 Faster than memories! Like a shooting star!
Extra Attack 3 Woohoo! Now I'm a real speedster!
Noble Phantasm 1 This is the least I can do.
Ah, fair child, the summer night has passed.
Do not reach for love, but let it remain a fond memory...
Rye Rhyme Goodfellow.
Noble Phantasm 2 Nobody can avoid slumber.
Evening shroud, morning lark.
Everybody dreams.
...No matter what that dream may be.
Noble Phantasm 3 I know. Everybody wishes for
a slightly better fortune than they have now, don't they?
Very well!
Rye Rhyme Goodfellow!
Damage 1 Oh, crap! Nowhere left to run!
Damage 2 Ow!
Incapacitated 1 Life disappears along with love. Isn't that obvious?
Incapacitated 2 Sorry, looks like I'm done here... Take care of Master, everyone.
Victory 1 I can deliver results when I really try. A king does more than just sit around.
Victory 2 Is it over? Even if they were hostile, it's hard to watch them fall.
Level up 1 Did I get a little stronger?
Of course, that'll come in handy.
Level up 2 Growth is a good thing.
As long as you keep in mind when to stop.
Level up 3 Faerie King, level up!
Yes, I promise to repay your efforts with all my heart.
Ascension 1 How's this? This is a cloak I use for sneaking around.
I get cold when I'm flying around, so I made the collar fluffy, but it's still light on the shoulders.
I need to make sure I look the part of a prince. It's a heavy burden.
Ascension 2 Spirit Origin growth...
When you level up, your Spirit Origin matures,
and Ascension is a transformation of your very being.
Hehe. Just like a chrysalis.
Ascension 3 – 4
Ascension 3 Hey. Long time no see, you brainless Goody Two-shoes!
You came this far because you knew what you'd get, didn't you?
Then I'm happy to keep you company.
Feels good to do good and all that. The further you take it, the more twisted a hobby it becomes.
Ascension 4 A bottomless sky. An empty life.
Happiness loses its value tomorrow, while yesterday's suffering is forgotten.
Beautiful things have an ugly premise, while ugly things have a beautiful premise.
...What a joke. Do you really believe life has substance?
Hey, tell me, Blanca.
Was your tale a satisfying one?
Bond Level 1 Has our bond deepened a bit?
That's good. Talk to me if you're ever feeling troubled. I'll lend an ear.
Bond Level 2 These wings? Of course they're real.
Dragon wings, bird wings, even fish scales...all of those are nice, but I think the pattern of a butterfly's wings is the most beautiful sight in nature.
Bond Level 3 Hmm. Do we have time to just idly chat like this?
You're busy, aren't you? So am I. Let's talk later.
Bond Level 4 Oh? Did something nice happen?
Oh, I just noticed you're kind of taking it easy now, but you usually work so hard.
What a waste. You should have tea ready for times like this.
Bond Level 5 Did you know that the expression "fake it 'til you make it" is itself a lie?
Lies are lies, through and through.
Just think of my words as, well, a single night's dream.
Conversation 1 It's time to head out, Master! All right, let's do it!
Conversation 2 I'm the King of the Faeries, you know. Of course I understand the relationship between Master and Servant.
It's like donning a mantle of responsibility, right?
Conversation 3 You're asking me about my relationship with you?
If I didn't like it, I wouldn't have answered the summons.
Conversation 4 (Altria Caster) That Altria, huh...
I'm surprised to see even she's here.
Chaldea really is brimming with dreams!
Conversation 5 (Senji Muramasa, Cleared LB6 S24) If it isn't Muramasa!
Remember, you promised me you'd make me a sword—
Oh, you didn't?
You must not be the Muramasa I know, then...
Then the promise doesn't count. Too bad.
Conversation 6 (Gareth) Gareth? Who's that?
Conversation 7 (Morgan) Don't put me on a team with Morgan, all right?
She definitely hates me.
She'll catch and squish me even if I try to fly away.
But wait, she hates bugs. Maybe she'll let me go, then?
Conversation 8 (Queen Medb, Queen Medb (Saber)) Wait, wait! Medb rocks! So that's what she's like when she lives for love!
I prefer the version that lives her life the way she wants!
Conversation 9 (William Shakespeare) Aaand, done.
Could you deliver this to that shit stain for me?
Oh, careful. I put a ton of poison into the wax seal, so absolutely do not touch it.
Conversation 10 (Nursery Rhyme) Hello there, young lady.
I'm going to hold a tea party when there are no readers left, so would you like to come?
...I see. I figured you'd say that.
Conversation 11 (Merlin) Merlin, the Mage of Flowers!
I've always wanted to meet him.
Flowers can't flourish without insects,
and insects can't live without flowers.
Each is indispensible to the other.
Just like the relationship between lies and truth. Doesn't that excite you?
Likes Hm, what I like?
So many things, I couldn't possibly list them in a sentence.
Dislikes I don't like debt collectors...
I wish they'd trust me... I'll pay them back eventually.
About the Holy Grail Of course I want the Holy Grail!
It's pretty, valuable, and it can grant any wish, right?
Oberon covets rare and sparkly things. Especially when they belong to someone else!
During an Event It's so noisy. What's going on?
Oh, an event... Then I'd better hurry up and get ready!
Birthday Happy Birthday, Master.
What should I get you as a present...? I hope you already have what you really want.
After wouldn't want a gift that will just lose its value tomorrow, would you?
Summon Hi, there. So this is Chaldea?
I've heard about it, but being here in person sure sends shivers down my spine!
Oh, right. I'd better introduce myself.
I'm Oberon. Oberon, the King of the Faeries.
As you know, I'm a king only in name, but I am good at putting people at ease.
I'm not very strong, but I'll try to be helpful.
...It's nice to meet you.
Summon (LB6 Clear) ...What the hell?
Why is this happening?
Oh, I see. Lies will keep on circulating until the human order stabilizes?
(Sigh) Fine, I give up. That's just the kind of person you are.
My name is Oberon. You called me, so I'll help out.
Even if it disgusts me to the core.
Conversation 11 (Merlin) (Asc1/2) Merlin, the Mage of Flowers!
I've always wanted to meet him.
Flowers can't flourish without insects,
and insects can't live without flowers.
Each is indispensible to the other.
Just like the relationship between lies and truth, how exciting.
Battle Start 1 (Asc 3/4) You're all so pathetic, honestly.
Battle Start 2 (Asc 3/4) Fine, I'll say what I mean. I feel like it right now.
Battle Start 3 (Asc 3/4) Can I do this my way? It won't make anyone happy.
Skill 1 (Asc 3/4) Hahaha. Nice. This is great!
Skill 2 (Asc 3/4) How bold of you. It's nauseating!
Skill 3 (Asc 3/4) Haaaah!
Skill 4 (Asc 3/4) Let's go, then.
Skill 5 (Asc 3/4) Now, then...
Skill 6 (Asc 3/4) ...How strange.
Command Card 1 (Asc 3/4) A blight on the eyes, aren't they?
Command Card 2 (Asc 3/4) Don't hide.
Command Card 3 (Asc 3/4) Sure.
Noble Phantasm Card 1 (Asc 3/4) ...Fall forever.
Noble Phantasm Card 2 (Asc 3/4) Very well. I'll show you the twilight sky!
Noble Phantasm Card 3 (Asc 3/4) ...There's no light beyond this point.
Attack 1 (Asc 3/4) Theseus!
Attack 2 (Asc 3/4) Take that!
Attack 3 (Asc 3/4) Forward, my flies!
Attack 4 (Asc 3/4) No false moves!
Attack 5 (Asc 3/4) Ugh, what a pain!
Attack 6 (Asc 3/4) You want this? Then have it!
Attack 7 (Asc 3/4) Heracles!
Attack 8 (Asc 3/4) My condolences!
Attack 9 (Asc 3/4) Hippolyta!
Attack 10 (Asc 3/4) It suits you just perfectly!
Attack 11 (Asc 3/4) I'm a bug, after all.
Attack 12 (Asc 3/4) Did you underestimate me?
Attack 13 (Asc 3/4) Corpses!
Attack 14 (Asc 3/4) Thanks for the meal!
Extra Attack 1 (Asc 3/4) Vesper! How about right there!?
Extra Attack 2 (Asc 3/4) Having fun? I'm jealous!
Extra Attack 3 (Asc 3/4) Here's a full course! Now pay up!
Noble Phantasm 1 (Asc 3/4) I have nothing left to say.
All is a midsummer night's dream.
Noble Phantasm 2 (Asc 3/4) ...Evening shroud. Morning lark.
The end of a rotten dream.
Devour the twilight.
Lie Like Vortigern.
Noble Phantasm 3 (Asc 3/4) ...Don't crowd around me. It makes me want to vomit.
Can I grant you all an
even greater conclusion?
Die. Die. Die.
Damage 1 (Asc 3/4) What a disgrace!
Damage 2 (Asc 3/4) Hmph.
Incapacitated 1 (Asc 3/4) ...Fine. In the end, this was all just a dream.
Incapacitated 2 (Asc 3/4) I'm not frustrated. But the next time this happens, you're dead meat.
Victory 1 (Asc 3/4) The corpses pile high whether I win or lose. Look how happy the bugs are.
Victory 2 (Asc 3/4) This is terrible. My precious wings are damaged. Eh, they're fake anyway.
Level up 1 (Asc 3/4) What? Of course I'd laugh!
What did you think paying me would get you?
Level up 2 (Asc 3/4) Fine. You want me to be stronger in battle?
I don't like holding back, anyway, so I'm all for it.
Level up 3 (Asc 3/4) Ah, level up.
Well, why not?
Bond Level 1 (Asc 3/4) You should get rid of pests. Why don't you clean your room properly?
If you act like anything goes, then people will think they can do whatever they want.
Bond Level 2 (Asc 3/4) Do you like jerking me around? You know where this is going, don't you?
Oh. You...don't, do you?
Yeah, that says something about you as a person.
Bond Level 3 (Asc 3/4) I'm bored...but doing something about it would be a pain in the ass.
Where, oh where did the Faerie King you bumped into on your way to save the world go?
Is that what it is to be burned away?
Well, whatever. I'm going to the cafeteria for a melon bun.
Bond Level 4 (Asc 3/4) Ugh, I'm so sick of this! Would you all at least keep it down when I'm sleeping!
Master, got any bug spray on you!?
Bond Level 5 (Asc 3/4) There's nothing special about me.
Everyone dreams of an end, whether they have something precious or not.
A death without responsibility. An ending you can't change.
Humans are bound to have times they see that as salvation.
Conversation 1 (Asc 3/4) Sorry, I'm resting.
Would you mind not talking to me?
Conversation 2 (Asc 3/4) A Master-Servant relationship? I can count on one hand the number of times I've heard words so awful.
Conversation 3 (Asc 3/4) My relationship with you is a contract.
Is it anything more than that?
Conversation 4 (Altria Caster, Clear LB6) (Asc 3/4) So she reached her destination in the end...
Such a foolish, hopeless girl...
Conversation 5 (Barghest, Clear LB6) (Asc 3/4) I do think I did Barghest dirty, yeah.
Still, she reaped what she sowed, didn't she?
She was batshit crazy from the word go. Should I really be getting the blame here?
Conversation 6 (Baobhan Sith, Clear LB6) (Asc 3/4) Oh, you summoned Baobhan Sith from Faerie Britain instead of Proper Human History?
Don't tell me you're thinking of rehabilitating her.
An evil flower is still wicked to the root, you know.
Conversation 7 (Melusine, Clear LB6) (Asc 3/4) Oh, shit. Albion's here! Scatter!
It's really too bad, though...
What would've happened if that ugly Beast had consumed Albion? Aren't you a little curious?
Conversation 8 (Morgan, Clear LB6) (Asc 3/4) You were my nemesis.
If you'd just minded your own business, I never would've been born.
I had to do everything within my power to kill you.
Despite all that, I never even got to face you when you died.
...So, let me be clear: I didn't hate the picture book you drew.
Conversation 9 (Red Hare, Clear LB6) (Asc 3/4) Redra Bit!?
Oh wait, I've got the wrong person—I mean, the wrong horse...
That guy's amazing. So he's the same kind of character over here, too...
That means he'll survive until the very end.
Conversation 10 (Ivan, Skadi, Arjuna (Alter), Morgan, Qin Shi Huang, Clear LB6) (Asc 3/4) The rulers of the Lostbelts? I respect them, of course.
After all, each and every one of them yielded to Chaldea.
So wise, so mature, those kings and queens!
Oh, but...don't lump me in with them.
They're just a bunch of wretched losers. I, on the other hand, actually accomplished what I set out to do.
Likes (Asc 3/4) Only brave people ask each other what they like.
It's not a mentality I can understand.
Oh, but that said, I obviously like you, Master!
Let's get along!
Dislikes (Asc 3/4) Things I dislike? Too many to list.
Short answer is, "everything."
About the Holy Grail (Asc 3/4) The Holy Grail is filled with mud.
It's just like the mud I was born from. I, who wishes for the end.
That's what humans desire, isn't it?
During an Event (Asc 3/4) Aren't events such a pain?
Good luck. I do like watching my Master put in the hard work each and every day.
Birthday (Asc 3/4) You want me to wish you a happy birthday? You're kidding, right?

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