The Fate franchise is built entirely around legendary heroes fighting it out for the Holy Grail. And the newest game in the series, Fate/Grand Order gives anime makeovers to more of the greatest figures from myth and history than ever before.
Below is a gallery of all the new heroes included in the mobile title Fate/Grand Order. Of course, many old favourites return as well, but this gallery is for those making their Fate series debut.
[Note: As most characters work to keep their identities secret in the game, this entire gallery counts as spoilers. You have been warned.]
Artemis — The Greek goddess of the hunt.
Charles-Henri Sanson — High Executioner of the First French Republic.
Jing Ke — Failed to assassinate the man who would one day become China’s first Emperor.
Mata Hari — Exotic dancer, courtesan, and spy for Germany in World War I.
The Phantom of the Opera — The titular character of the well-known Gothic novel.
Asterios — The Minotaur of myth and legend.
Caligula — The brutal Roman Emperor.
Darius III — The Persian King who battled Alexander the Great.
Eric Bloodaxe — An ancient king of Norway.
Kiyohime — A spurned woman who became a dragon.
Leonardo da Vinci — The original Renaissance man.
Mephistopheles — The trickster Devil in Faust.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart — The brilliant classical composer.
Zhuge Liang — One of China’s greatest strategists.
Musashibo Benkei — A warrior monk known for great strength and loyalty.
Leonidas — Spartan king known for fighting in the shade and dining in Hell.
Romulus — Founder of Rome.
Blackbeard — The most famous pirate ever to sail the seven seas.
Boudica — The warrior queen who tried to drive the Romans out of Britain.
Saint George — Slayer of Dragons.
Marie Antoinette — The last queen of France.
Saint Martha — Tamer of Dragons.
Ushiwakamaru — One of the greatest samurai warriors of all time.
Attila the Hun — Conqueror of much of ancient Europe. Also, owner of a wicked multi-coloured lightsaber.
Gaius Julius Caesar — First Emperor of Rome.
Le Chevalier D’Eon — A French spy who passed for both a woman and a man.