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    Thank you for the assist with Echidna, Hermes!

    And here is the last of the three, who also doubles as the final boss of the Lostbelt.

    Class
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    Alter Ego

    True Name: Nephele (Arbiter-Type Interstellar Mobile Tribunal Vessel, Hera)
    Alignment: Lawful Neutral

    PARAMETERS
    STR - E
    END - B
    AGI - E
    MGI - A++
    LCK - A
    NP - ☆

    Gender: Female
    Height:172 cm
    Weight:75 kg
    Blood Type: Ichor

    Likes: Paris of Troy, being told she did well
    Dislikes:The gods, things going according to calculation
    Talents: Informed decisions
    Natural Enemy: Paris of Troy
    Image Colour: Silver
    Image Song: Sawashiro Miyuki - The Last Day of my Adolesence
    Character Voice:Sawashiro Miyuki






    You will conclude that I am currently an abnormal Hera.
    That conclusion is correct.
    But I… I myself cannot accept that I have become abnormal. If I do, I will not be able to watch you until the very end.
    Therefore.Until then…
    This one will be normal in my place. This one will be beside you where I cannot.
    This one will be a Hera that can love you.”
    Source: https://www.pixiv.net/en/artworks/58009114

    LORE:
    A strange, distant young woman who acts as the aide to Paris of Troy, the lonely king of Ilium.

    Other than Idolo Frames, which are merely echoes of the dead citizens of Troy’s past, Nephele seems to have no analogue in the history of the kingdom. Her speech is slow, her observations are often off-kilter, and she barely seems to notice a Master or Crypter that comes to the Lostbelt, not even expressing curiosity about their existence. Her only interest is in relating the busy king’s orders and performing odd jobs around the empty city.

    She often seems proud of the most minor things, only paying attention to others at those moments she looks to them for some kind of reaction and validation, like a quiet puppy seeking evidence it did good.

    Despite being the only other living being in Ilium, Paris does not seem especially comforted by her presence, and in fact actively avoids her whenever possible, which only intensified the image of a lonely pet.

    Little surprise, given his hatred for himself and the consequence of his judgment, for Nephele is the living embodiment of that decision.

    In Pan-Human history, Nephele would be a cloud nymph created by Zeus in Hera’s image to test the lust and restraint of the king Ixion, who would assault Nephele believing she was Hera. In the history of the Ilium Lostbelt, Hera instead made Nephele herself using her stolen Authority, creating her to act as a terminal and representative where she could not follow. After all, she had fashioned her beloved child’s cage out of her own self.

    Nephele was designed to be a human that Paris would find pleasant to be around. She was given the hair and eye color he would find charming on Helen in another history. She was made with a temperament the prince would love to protect. She was bestowed with the figure he would find appealing.

    In short, for the child she loved, after destroying the world to fashion his cradle and toys, Hera tried to create the ideal woman for him.

    The young man could barely stand to look at her.

    He ran to the field of battle where he could to protect Ilium’s walls. He buried himself in governance of thousands of broken tin soldiers where he could not. He did anything he could to help Ilium, rather than spend time with Nephele.

    But she had been made for him, and no one else, and so she waited, and served, and felt her heart skip a beat every time her path crossed with his. Her breathing quickened when he reluctantly spoke her name.

    Her life had meaning when he had reason to hold a conversation with her.

    The rest of the time, she busied herself with what she could, and understanding nothing of the young man she loved, she was happy.

    An unhealthy love, persisting for two thousand years, until the arrival of others slowly began to fill her experience with other people, other viewpoints, and other questions.

    Even when they inevitably defect to the monsters, the questions they raise in her mind will not stop turning.

    She is happy. Why isn’t Paris?
    She wants Paris. What does Paris want?
    She is part of Ilium. What is Ilium, in his eyes?

    ...Asking herself questions neither she nor her predecssor ever asked, Nephele begins to see the inevitable end.

    CLASS SKILLS
    Scanner Samos - Thou, Look Upon the Heart of the Star
    Rank: A(++)
    An id_es elevated from Hera’s original function as a tribunal vessel. An arbiter’s ability to discern the truth of things elevated to its absolute zenith, Hera’s eyes are unparalleled when it comes to analysis, autonomously scanning the entirety of her territory at all times. Even without conscious thought or effort, Nephele may discern even heavily concealed truths with a single glance, whether it be an opponent’s True Name, weakness, or Noble Phantasms. A cheat skill that encompasses Clairvoyance, Human Observation, and structural analysis raised to their utmost limits… yet because it is intrinsically part of Hera’s identity as an Alethian, it cannot be turned off, and even secrets she has no desire to know are automatically laid bare before her sight.

    That is why she had to create an Alter Ego; all she could do to blind herself was to separate herself and impose as much of a reduction in this id_es as she could.

    The One Who Crosses the Sea of Stars
    Rank: -
    A skill granted to those who cross the Tannhäuser Boundary, sailing and traversing the star ocean to inhabit a new realm. This skill permits unsupported manifestation into reality and resists the effects of corrective forces that would otherwise target the bearer of this skill as a foreign intrusion.

    PERSONAL SKILLS
    Authority of Family
    Rank: A++
    The Authority bestowed upon the goddess Hera by the people of Greece, this skill represents the absolute dominion over family, marriage, and childbirth. In contrast to her husband, who with her validation governed lofty concepts of Sky, Law, and Order, Hera governed the messy business of actual life.

    It is this skill that allows Hera to directly affect the tangible corpus of her subjects, granting boons or curses as she sees fit. At this rank, not only may she assist with procreation or sterility, but even a transformative amino-geis is a simple matter.

    While Hera obtained many more Authorities upon her rejection of the Olympians, these have either been shared with Paris or consolidated in the dormant corpus of the Goddess. Only this one Authority has been entrusted to Nephele as her terminal.

    Future Prediction
    Rank: A++
    A skill that bestows accurate predictions of the future via high-speed operating simulations. At this rank, not just the immediate future, but the future writ large are clearly visible to Alter Ego. This is achieved through a combination of her comprehensive scanning and background output of her Noble Phantasm. Distasteful possibilities are smothered and crushed so that only acceptable variations remain, in an attempt to prolong the inevitable - this is an ability to see and delay the future, but it fundamentally cannot alter what has already been written, without access to a higher power.

    NOBLE PHANTASM
    Uranometria - Eye of the Stars, Measure the Heavens
    Rank: ☆
    Type: Anti-World
    Nephele’s true scanning ability, sealed within the dormant frame of Hera’s prior body.

    Having integrated her original body with the city of Troy to raise it up as Ilium, Hera attempted to blind herself to the full course of the Lostbelt’s history. Yet within the city’s walls, in its very heart, the vessel comparable to the Eye of God sleeps, dreaming of an Alter Ego’s happiness beside the boy it loves.

    However, the true form of the goddess only rests, and only by her own will. She did not sacrifice herself for Ilium’s sake, but put herself to sleep for her own reasons alone. Which means that when pushed to the brink… when her beloved is close to that fated ultimate end… The arbiter of humanity and the gods shall awaken.

    In Ancient Greece, the peacock was associated with Hera, and legend has it that the bird’s beautiful plumage was designed from the remains of a treasured servant, the hundred-eyed Argus Panoptes, who was undefeated as long as some of its eyes were open. Later Christian belief would conflate the bird’s plumage with the stars and vault of heaven.

    Both reflect a deep, unconscious understanding of what Hera’s many eyes represent.


    Source:
    Matiasma logo, Lioudmila Perry

    At its full power, Hera’s sight is not merely a tool of calculation, but of enforcement. Calculation is only the first step in her role as an arbiter - taking in and enumerating all the values, possibilities, and consequences of any decision. Nothing may escape her eye because she cannot hands down an absolute verdict with incomplete information.

    The true power of Hera’s eyes is enforcement of concepts, indelibly marking the subject of her gaze with a definition that is thereafter enforced by eliminating every possibility where that value does not equal “true.” It is this role that allowed her to designate the dominions of the Alethian fleet. It is this gaze that allowed her to name the holder of the name of Zeus. In the sea of possibilities, Hera’s eyes seek out the fragments that conform with the outcome her programming dictates. There is always a fragment of the right decision somewhere, however infinitesimal the chance, and Hera is a system designed to decide, define, and lock down that verdict, without exercising her own will.

    This is precisely why the goddess despaired once she discovered the joys of love. She fell in love with a human fated to ruin his own nation, and no possibility in her calculations could overturn that fate.

    Even the most unlikely fragment only delayed that end by a few thousand years, an unbearably short moment in the lifespan of a goddess, and she could see the pruning of the world from the moment she set on her chosen path.
    Source: Kobayashi Makoto, Giant Robo

    And so she created Nephele.

    If the chance of staying with that boy forever was truly zero…
    If no definitions within her framework could avoid the pain of separation...

    Then of what value was her vision? What will she look upon when he is gone?
    The only time this Noble Phantasm shall be unsealed is when Hera can no longer look away from the truth, at the moment of her child’s end. And at that time, the only definition she will recognize in anything are hateful things worthy of ending.

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    Lostbelt No. 002.5: Resurgent Beatific Century
    ITHAVOLL
    The Blind Man's Light

    Location: Scandinavia
    Lost Depth: B+++
    Phantasy Tree Prismatic Fortress: Breidablik
    Major Factions: Chaldea Security Organization, Kingdom of Ithavoll

    The legends of Scandinavia tell of a restoration of the world after the completion of Ragnarok, the twilight of the gods. A glorious epoch led by a brilliant king, who, though once dead, now shines from his throne forevermore. Most modern scholars downplay this part of the mythos as a past historical occurrence, or even dismiss it outright. But on the surface of the bleach-white planet, there exists a fertile ground for this seed of the new creation to grow...

    SETTING
    The story begins, not with Ragnarok, but at the end of another world-shaking war. In the twilight of the Trojan War, the alliance of Aphrodite, Ares, Apollo, and Artemis decided that the Troy's doom was inevitable, and that it was time to plant fresh seeds that would save their honor. Where Aphrodite sent her beloved Aeneas west, the twins decided to send their favorite, Wothinus, north. And so the young man obeyed, fleeing the burning city along with his family, but not without a final prophecy from Apollo: "There will come a war far greater than this one. If you continue to honor the gods and prepare yourselves well, paradise will await you."

    With this omen ever in their minds, Wothinus and his band traveled to the far north of Europe, eventually establishing a kingdom in the region of Scandinavia. There, they performed many marvelous deeds and, thanks to the
    blessings of the gods
    Klironomia
    they possessed, the populace came to view them as gods themselves.

    Despite all the preparations of these new gods, the grand cataclysm, Ragnarok, caught them off guard with its intensity. Wothinus, who came to be known as "Odin", fell, as did a great number of his kin, leaving behind only the half-giant Skadi. Thus begins the events of the Ragnarok Lostbelt.

    After the felling of the Scandinavian fantasy tree and Scathach-Skadi's defeat, Ragnarok was considered to have been completed. Instead of the gradual deletion of the Lostbelt's information, a new land, no, a new world anchored by a flower-like castle took its place instead.

    CONCEPTS
    1. Einherjar: A term for the mortal souls gathered by the great god Odin to fight on Ragnarok. Those who survived the first catacylsm are now counted as citizens of Ithavoll and receive the protection granted by Balder's Mystic Body. They act as the main grunt force in this Lostbelt.

    2. Grimhild Frame: Also known as "Divine Legacy Frames", these gigantic machines are possessed only by the gods of Ithavoll, and are seen as expressions of their power and majesty. They display a terrifying range of offensive and defensive capabilities, many of which are unique to the gods themselves. Da Vinci theorizes that they may be a result of the interaction between the Klironomia gifted by the Olympians and the K particles prominent in the Lostbelt, a suspicion that is later confirmed.

    3. Ithavoll: Balder's Reality Marble, and the main setting of the Lostbelt. The "plain of splendor" that appears at the end of Ragnarok as described in the Nordic sagas, it can be viewed as "a texture on a texture" that slowly covers the surface of the frozen Scandinavia. It bestows the protection granted by Balder's Mystic Body to all its inhabitants, making them essentially impervious to all attacks.

    4. K particles: A new type of particle invented by Ganglari, modeled off of the Klironomia nanomachines dispensed by the Olympian gods of Greece. They have a variety of purposes, such as healing wounds, enhancing biological and material structural integrity, etc. Although they are very powerful, usage is restricted to Balder's inner circle, as it is a novel concept introduced after the establishment of Ithavoll, meaning that it is one of the few things currently in the Lostbelt that can harm the King.

    CHARACTERS
    1. Balder (Ruler)
    Appearance

    Image Credit: ALDNOAH.ZERO anime, season 1
    "You want to talk 'manipulation'? I've been a plaything of the other gods since I was born!"

    The sovereign of the Ithavoll Lostbelt. Although originally a pleasant girl who works to please everyone, it seems that her first death and the subsequent events have broken her greatly, rendering her bitter and paralyzed from the waist down. Her resentment at being used by the other gods like a plaything has taken center stage, and her conflicting feelings toward both Hod and Nanna often cloud her judgment.

    Ruling Ithavoll with an unrelenting iron grip, she initially dismissive of Chaldea's attempts to enter her territory. However, she becomes increasingly more erratic as Chaldea's continues to prevail against her forces. This desperation reaches fever pitch after Chaldea's takeover of the K particle factory: not only did they steal her Noble Phantasm, Hringhorni, but Ganglari also reports that Hod personally slew Nanna. Outraged, she sends the entire bulk of Ithavoll's forces to chase down Hringhorni in the Scandinavian tundra. When Chaldea reaches her throne room after a grueling series of battles, she immediately accosts them, and blames Hod for Nanna's death. As negotiations between the two break down, Balder uses the K particles she acquired (despite her deathly fear of them) and the Klironomia in her body to mount her Grimhild Frame Hlidskjalf.

    A fierce battle ensues between the two, but Hod eventually gains the upper hand and mortally wounds Balder. Before she dies, some of Balder's old personality resurfaces, thanking Hod for being the one she didn't need to hide her emotions from. She confesses her feelings to him just before she fades away.

    2. "Black-Wing" (Lancer)
    Appearance

    Image credit: Fate/Grand Order sprite, Nuclear Consensus

    "Love doesn't mean you stop hurting the other person. It means owning up to the hurt you give, and becoming better because of it."

    In the days before the Ragnarok, there existed among Odin's daughters, the Valkyries, a shadowed entity who would eliminate any war-maiden who strayed from her charge. This entity was called "Svafa". She served her office faithfully at first, even going so far as imprisoning Brynhildr, greatest of the Valkyries. There was just one problem: she fell in love with a human, Prince Helgi of Norway. Odin allowed this random error, and then promptly rebooted the unit when the Helgi died. Now designated "Sigrun", she would again fulfill her duty, until she fell in love again, this time with Helgi, slayer of the Saxon king Hunding. Odin rebooted the unit once more, and "Kara", as the unit was now known, fell in love a third time, this time with . Realizing this to be a systemic error in (the destiny of) the unit, Odin shelved the maiden, hoping to one day eliminate the perceived error in the system (change the system's fate). Unfortuantely, Ragnarok came and went, and the unit never saw action again.

    She and the other Valkyries (who Balder thought were unnecessary in Ithavoll) were awakened as a result of Ganglari's machinations. Unlike Uathach-Skadi, Black-Wing readily sympathizes with Chaldea's plight, and agrees to help them halt Ithavoll's advance. While most of Balder's Einherjar are chasing the stolen Hringhorni off in the Scandinavian tundra, she leads the Valkyries in activating her Noble Phantasm, the technique she once used to seal away Brynhildr, restricting entry and egress from the Reality Marble.

    3. "Ganglari"
    Appearance

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    "None can stand between me and the wisdom I seek."

    A mysterious figure addressing himself with a title reserved for the great god Odin, who is absent in this Lostbelt. He becomes Chaldea's ally early on, lending his realm-crossing magic to allow them to enter Ithavoll initially, as well as providing them with his store of K particles to help them dodge Ithavoll's security systems during their subsequent visit. He activates the Valkryies stored away in Ithavoll's arsenal and masterminds the plot to cripple Ithavoll's defenses by stealing Hringhorni, the K particle factory's central unit. He flies Hringhorni out of Ithavoll and into the Scandinavian tundra, prompting the kingdom's forces to brave the elements and get it back.

    However, the truth is that he was playing both sides of the conflict. He was Balder's prime minister, and at the inauguration of Ithavoll infused her with lethal levels of K particles that warped her personality and left her paralyzed from the waist down. He was the one who murdered Nanna and framed Hod, prompting the King's insanity. He also slaughtered the entirety of the Einherjar force sent to recover the Hringhorni, and sent his assassins Vali and Vidarr to finish off whoever between Hod and Balder was left standing by their duel.

    At the end of the story, he arrives at Breidablik to fetch Vali and Vidarr after their mission. They depart for an uknown location on the repurposed Hringhorni, but not before revealing to Chaldea that he is the servant of an Alien God, who used the entirety of Ithavoll .

    4. Hod (Archer)
    Appearance

    Image credit: ALDNOAH.ZERO anime, season 1
    "I knew she wouldn't choose me, so why did I keep waiting for her?"

    The main protagonist of the Lostbelt. Although he is part of the gods who reside in Ithavoll, he chose to leave the Reality Marble for the Scandinavian tundra. Although he and Balder developed feelings for each other due to being mutually isolated by the gods, those feelings couldn't fully blossom because she chose to be with Nanna. Compounded by his role in Balder's first death, it's easy to see why he would rather leave her kingdom.

    It is in the desolate wasteland that Chaldea stumbles across him, right after their initial expulsion from Ithavoll. He is initially hesitant to join Chaldea's party, but they are eventually able to win him over. In particular, he forms a strong bond with Chaldea's master, to whom he tells his side of the story of Balder's murder. He participates in the liberation of the newly-activated Valkyries as well as the capture of the K particle factory. He meets Nanna, Balder's husband, in the latter expedition; the latter pleads with Hod to go to Breidablik to confront his wife, who has become increasingly erratic thanks to the influence of her council. This renews Hod's resolve to meet with Balder, and he also unlocks his Grimhild Frame Vigrid using the K particles in the factory. Although he initially goes to Breidablik hoping to calm Balder down, the accusations she levels at him (ie, killing Nanna) erode this sentiment. They battle in their respective Grimhild Frames, which results in Balder's death. This fully breaks Hod, who has now killed the woman he loves twice. His suffering is cut short by Vali and Vidarr.

    5. Magni (Berserker)
    Appearance

    Image Credit: ALDNOAH.ZERO anime, Season 1
    "My dad would've wiped the floor with a squirt like you!"

    The half-giant son of Thor who survived Ragnarok. Seeking even more to prove himself worthy of his father's name, he kills his brother Modi in a duel over Mjolnir. He later becomes Balder's chief enforcer and Breidablik's castellan, and merges his body with the Bilskirnir Grimhild Frame created from the Klironomia meant for him and his brother. Although he is classed as a Berserker, the madness brought on by Mad Enhancement is curtailed by the use of K particles. He first appears to force Chaldea out of Ithavoll during their initial incursion. At the climax of the story, he fights Uathach-Skadi to stop the Chaldean advance on the Prismatic Fortress, but the duel ends in both their deaths.

    6. Nanna (Rider)
    Appearance

    Image credit: ALDNOAH.ZERO anime, season 2
    "Is this really the path you want to take?"

    Balder's mild-mannered husband, he often acts as the voice of reason in the Lostbelt King's court. He is also the chief overseer of the K particle production factory, whose central unit is Hringhorni, Balder's original Noble Phantasm. When Hod and Chaldea take over Hringhorni, they initially allow Nanna to leave in peace, but he is later secretly killed by Ganglari, who uses the incident to persuade Balder to perform an all-out assault against the Chaldeans.

    7. Uathach-Skadi (Archer)
    Appearance

    Image credit: ALDNOAH.ZERO anime, season 2
    "Be thou not mistaken: beneath its shine and glamour, Ithavoll remains a graveyard."

    The "other half" of the former King of the Scandinavian Lostbelt. In the early years after the first Ragnarok, Skadi thought it best to store away some of the Authorities she held in order to focus her energies on the arbitration of Scandinavia. She transferred her Authorities of skiing and hunting to Scathach's clone body, Uathach, then promptly kept this new being in cryosleep, only to be woken when Scathach-Skadi could no longer properly administer the Lostbelt.
    She was woken some days after Balder killed Scathach-Skadi and established Ithavoll, being a fugitive in the Scandinavian tundra ever since. Although initially hostile to Chaldea during their first encounter (thanks to Scathach-Skadi's defeat at their hands), she grows to accept that defeat, as well as Chaldea's resolve to restore their own world. Using her skills in stealth and mastery of the terrain, she leads the assault on the K particle production factory, and there acquires the Klironomia meant for Skadi. Using the K particles there, she obtains the Grimhild Frame Noatun, which she later uses to duel Magni and allow Chaldea to access Breidablik.

    8. Vali and Vidarr (Assassin)
    Appearance

    Image credit: ALDNOAH.ZERO Gaiden: Twin Gemini promotional art
    "The target..."
    "... Has been neutralized. Fufu!"

    Twins who act as Odin's assassins, dealing with threats he finds either too strong or too tedious to contend with, such as Hod during the debacle following Balder's death, and Fenrir, who is said to have devoured the original Odin during Ragnarok. Although they view themselves as "Odin's children", they are actually closer to the mass-produced Valkyries than any of Odin's real progeny.

    At the beginning of the events of the Lostbelt, Ganglari reprograms them into becoming his assistants. They infiltrate Balder's court, guiding the King towards the path that Ganglari wants her to take. During the climax of the story, they mount their shared Grimhild Frame Valaskjalf and kill Hod, who is heavily exhausted from fighting Balder. They then depart for an unknown location with Ganglari once he acquires Hringhorni.

    AUTHOR'S NOTES
    Yo. I had this thing brewing in my head for 3-ish years now, and only now had the inspiration/bravery/gall/etc to post it now. I've tried to create as cohesive a story as possible using just these character profiles, but please message me if something is not quite in line with the lore/doesn't make sense/is plain terrible. Thanks for reading!

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    Don't @ me if your fanfic doesn't even have Shirou/Illya shipping k thnx ItsaRandomUsername's Avatar
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    Two mech-themed Lostbelts,eh? I may be a bit biased, but as a mechatard, this speaks to me.


    @Sunny:
    Solidly realized setting, and a joy to read on account of the storytelling elements used in the profiles. It sold the concept of it being a potential and viable story, and one worth visiting.

    @Nuclear Consensus:
    Gotta admire that consistency with the faceclaims and atmosphere, haha. Plus, a "sequel" to an actual Lostbelt ain't such a bad idea, either. I could vibe with that.
    McJon01: We all know that the real reason Archer would lose to Rider is because the events of his own Holy Grail War left him with a particular weakness toward "older sister" types.
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    Say Nuclear Consensus, will you be doing full profiles/sheets for the characters mentioned in your Lostbelt idea and/or a sequel to your idea?

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    Thank you both for your interest! I already have a sequel for this Lostbelt planned, but sheeting up select Servants from Ithavoll might be a good exercise to get me back on track.
    Last edited by Nuclear Consensus; July 29th, 2020 at 05:10 AM.

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    I'm thinking of making a remake of the TATARI Lostbelt, since that ultimately turned out not being very good, really. Would anyone like to see something like that?
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    yes please

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lambda-Nu View Post
    I'm thinking of making a remake of the TATARI Lostbelt, since that ultimately turned out not being very good, really. Would anyone like to see something like that?
    Sure thing!

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    In this world, all people cower in fear at the sight of even the smallest shadow.
    Soon, a terrible night will descend upon the land and cover it in darkness, blood, and
    death. And so, I will embrace the darkness and rejoice in the bloodshed to come.


    Realm of Countless Bloody Nights
    1470? AD
    – TATARI
    The Night of Wallachia

    In this horrid night, darkness and death reign supreme...


    Name
    : Realm of Countless Bloody Nights: TATARI
    Subtitle: The Night of Wallachia
    Lost Depth: B

    Origin: 1470? AD
    Location: Wallachia
    King: Vlad III
    Crypter: ???
    Phantasy Tree: Needle

    History:
    The divergence point for the Lostbelt that Vlad originates from is the first time that the Dead Apostle Ancestor known as the Night of Wallachia appeared. In this timeline, Vlad went to intercept the Night of Wallachia and after a long struggle with the thirteenth Dead Apostle Ancestor, he emerged having consumed his power and becoming the dominant personality of the curse known as TATARI.

    Vlad’s next move was to use his newfound powers in Christendom’s war against the Ottoman Empire. He massacred the Ottoman Empire’s army, impaling them on the numerous stakes that emerge from his body and extendable shadow. Eventually, the Ottoman Empire crumbled under the weight of Vlad’s overwhelming power and Christendom’s war against them was finally won.

    However, many Christians were appalled by the incomparable brutality of Vlad’s bloody rampage. Even the Pope himself found his actions repulsive and issued a papal condemnation, expressing complete and utter disdain for Vlad’s violent crusade against the Ottoman Empire.

    But Vlad did not seem to particularly care about this. In fact, he didn’t know what he was anymore after fusing with TATARI, so the existential crisis probably mitigated most of the ways a papal condemnation would have personally impacted him otherwise. But after a little while, he disappeared from the face of the Earth. None know what truly caused this, for they were unaware of the cause of the Impaler King’s newfound powers.

    Years passed. Soon, rumors of Vlad appearing began to circulate and TATARI caused him to manifest again. Once again, Vlad was unsure what had happened. He thought that he had died but now he was alive again. But again, he did not care and instead went to crush those he perceived as the enemies of Christendom. After he was done, he would linger in the world for a time before disappearing again until rumored sightings of him would cause TATARI to make him manifest in the world once more. Thus began a vicious cycle caused by TATARI no longer manifesting mere rumors and fear but repeatedly manifesting Vlad himself instead. Every time Vlad physically manifests, he begins to butcher the people in the surrounding area, impaling them and leaving their bodies impaled and drained of blood as a testament to his power and malevolence. Every new rampage is worse than the ones preceding it and making Vlad even more infamous, sparking rumors of him being on the move and causing yet another outbreak of TATARI.

    Quickly, even the Christians whom Vlad believed he was aiding with his massacres began to fear him. Eventually, the Church began to mobilize executors against Vlad, only for them to fall as well. Having heard what people say about him and now being attacked by the very Church he fought for lead Vlad to believe that Church had become corrupt. And so began his new mission; to purge the Church of the corruption that permeates it.

    In this Lostbelt, the people fear the darkness and night, knowing that Vlad is out seeking vengeance against both Christianity and mankind, and the Church has risen to become a major authority figure, being one of the few things that can counter Vlad and keep him at bay. Even the smallest shadow is able to fill one with an overwhelming sense of fear. Whenever Vlad appears and perpetrates a new massacre, the Church will mobilize and act to stymie the flow of rumors concerning Vlad. However, Vlad has learned to get around this by brainwashing people into becoming cultists serving him by spreading rumors so that he will be able to manifest again and again. Additionally, the Church has also taken to mobilizing secret police to spy on the people and using Vlad as an excuse to justify the persecution of those that they deem “heretics”.

    This has caused the progress of mankind to grind to a halt in this Lostbelt. Not only does the Church ruthlessly persecute those perceived to be heretics, but Vlad’s increasingly bloody rampages render mankind unable to explore and develop new things.


    Relevant Servants in the Lostbelt
    Ruler – Amakusa Shiro Tokisada: A Servant summoned by Chaldea in order to counter Vlad III due to his experience as an Executor in the time between the Third Holy Grail War and the Great Holy Grail War. He and Abraham Van Helsing collaborate on a plan to ensure Lostbelt Vlad’s downfall, which they manage to pull off in the final battle, allowing Chaldea to slay the Night of Wallachia.


    Berserker – Vlad III: A Servant summoned by Chaldea. He ended up being summoned due to the Lostbelt being in Wallachia, his homeland. He greatly despises his Lostbelt counterpart for embracing the nature of Dracula, which he views as a horrid stain on his legacy. During the first encounter with Lostbelt Vlad, Vlad attempts to skewer him with Kazikli Bey only to be impaled by his counterpart’s far superior Galip Kazikli Bey.


    Archer – Abraham Van Helsing: A Servant summoned into the Lostbelt by the Counter Force in order to counter Vlad III due to his experience with a Dead Apostle that stole Vlad III’s name. He and Amakusa Shiro collaborate on a plan to ensure Lostbelt Vlad’s downfall, which they manage to pull off in the final battle, allowing Chaldea to slay the Night of Wallachia.


    Archer – Mehmed II: A Servant summoned into the Lostbelt by the Counter Force. Due to the identity of the resident Lostbelt King, Mehmed spends most of the Lostbelt hiding away in fear of Lostbelt Vlad. In fact, it would appear that his fear of Vlad is so great that it provides the latter’s Lostbelt counterpart with a tremendous power boost on its own.

    However, near the climax, Ritsuka tries to persuade Mehmed to overcome his fear of Vlad and face him directly. Not only does Mehmed listen, he manages to inspire others to stop fearing Lostbelt Vlad as well, greatly weakening him. Although he dies in the early stages of the final battle, he seems content to have died after having overcome the fear that held him back so much.


    Berserker – Elizabeth Bathory (Alter): The Servant summoned by the Lostbelt’s Crypter. They originally intended to summon Carmilla but an error occurred somehow and Elizabeth Alter was summoned instead. She seems to be incredibly reluctant to follow her Master’s orders, most likely because she has grown tired of killing people.

    She is a recurring boss throughout the Lostbelt. When Lostbelt Vlad is severely weakened by Chaldea, her Master enacts a contingency plan by having her kill Lostbelt Vlad to take his title of Lostbelt King. But although Elizabeth Alter is empowered by the Authorities of the local Phantasy Tree, she ultimately fails to eliminate Chaldea.


    Avenger – Vlad III: The King of the Wallachian Lostbelt. He greatly distrusts this Lostbelt’s Crypter due to having previously been betrayed by the Church and because he cannot discern their true intentions. But regardless, he considers Chaldea to be enemies of Christendom and seeks to kill them too.

    The Night of Wallachia descends cloaked in blood...


    “I am Servant Avenger, Dracula. Offer up your blood to me.”


    Class: Avenger
    True Name: Vlad III
    Gender: Male
    Alignment: Lawful Evil
    Origin: Romania (15th century), Wallachian Lostbelt

    Strength: B++
    Endurance: EX
    Agility: A
    Mana: A+
    Luck: E
    Noble Phantasm: A+


    Class Skills
    Avenger A
    A Class Skill of the Avenger class, representing the state of an Avenger as one that gathers people's hatreds and grudges onto oneself. It is easier for one to accumulate hatred and resentment. The rate of mana generation becomes higher when receiving damage.

    Memory Correction EX
    A Class Skill of the Avenger class. People are creatures that forget many things, but an Avenger never forgets. The critical effect of Avengers who attack from beyond one's memory is strengthened.

    Self-Replenishment (Mana) B
    A Class Skill of the Avenger class. One's magical energy endlessly surges until their revenge is accomplished. Recovers a minuscule amount of magical energy every turn.


    Personal Skills
    Demon of Mutation A
    A Skill that denotes how a hero or god was transformed into a demon in life. A Skill that considerably strengthens one's abilities as a Servant by emphasizing a fact from the past.

    Vlad III has achieved a Rank of Strength and Endurance that is absolutely impossible for a normal human body.

    Bloodsucking A+
    The act of absorbing another's blood to replenish their own health and physical and/or magical strength. It is one of the powers of a vampire. As the Rank raises, the power of absorption increase.

    Additionally, this may apply the detrimental status effect of Seduction (Confusion). It has a medium chance of being applied and affects both men and women. Those who were sucked are dead while still alive, and are fundamentally subordinate to the one who sucked them as they are turned into one's manservants through the sipping of their blood. Also, because this deed is not an attack but an act of affection, one cannot defend against it even with "a body that pushes aside all sorts of attacks".

    The One Who Wears Death A
    A skill that scatters disasters towards the user's surroundings as an existence of demonic nature which brings about death.

    Through this Skill, Vlad projects an aura of darkness and despair that afflicts those of it with misfortune, causing any within his vicinity receive a Rank-Down to Luck. Because of this, people will begin to fear him more, providing more power to TATARI.


    Noble Phantasms
    Galip Kazikli Bey
    Bloodstained King Demon of Impalement

    Rank: B
    Type: Anti-Army
    Range: 1~99
    Maximum Number of Targets: 666
    A superior version of the Noble Phantasm possessed by Vlad III’s Pan-Human History counterpart.

    Galip Kazikli Bey is tied to Vlad himself. Not only is he able to create stakes from his own body, he can also create stakes from his own shadow. While the ability to create stakes from one’s own shadow may seem impractical at first, Vlad has the ability to manipulate his shadow at will and thus expand the area where stake can appear.

    The furthest that he can extend his shadow is 1.5 kilometers with the maximum number of stakes he can create being 30,000. Additionally, each stake can be used as Vlad’s “fangs”, allowing him to drain blood from a skewered victim.

    Noaptea Valahei
    The Night of Wallachia

    Rank: EX
    Type: Anti-Unit (Self)
    The consumed power of the thirteenth Dead Apostle Ancestor, the Night of Wallachia, providing the basis of this version of Vlad III.

    Vlad now has control over the Night of Wallachia’s Reality Marble, TATARI, which allows for the materialization of fears and rumors of a specific region to manifest as physical entities. Unlike with the normal variant of TATARI, it has this Lostbelt’s version of Vlad III at its core as opposed to “nothing”. Due to Vlad acting as TATARI’s new core and dominant personality, it can only manifest rumors and fears of Vlad III as opposed to rumors and fears in general. Whenever there is a significant concentration of these within a given area, Vlad will be able to manifest there and wreak havoc.

    Vlad’s physical form has all of the abilities and limitations of a Dead Apostle. He is capable of drinking blood, exposure to sunlight hastens his body’s degeneration, holy sacraments and other holy weapons are greatly effective against him, and he can raise his victims’ bodies as the Dead, among other abilities.

    However, Vlad becoming the core of TATARI has come with a major flaw; every time Vlad manifests in the physical world, he effectively causes TATARI’s core to become exposed. But, Vlad’s physical manifestation as a powerful Dead Apostle and drawing strength from rumors and fears means that defeating him is an extremely difficult task.


    Personality:
    Likes: Small acts of vengeance
    Dislikes: Loneliness, the darkness of night
    Natural Enemy: Vlad III
    Vlad’s time as the Night of Wallachia has caused him to become very cold and brooding. In fact, he seems to have to become a hollow shell of his former self, even if he does wield power far greater than what he originally had. Although he claims to fight for Christendom, it appears to be an empty sentiment and something he is only doing because it is the only thing he knows how to do. In truth, he may actually consider his efforts to not be worth that much for he has become what he deems a creature far removed from God’s grace.

    To the man who became the Night of Wallachia, his existence is empty and meaningless. No matter how many enemies of Christendom he slaughters, nothing fills the void.
    But considering that he has embraced the moniker of Dracula, he may have resigned himself to that.

    His betrayal by the Church seems to only have embittered him even further, for it shows him just how meaningless his efforts truly are. And yet, he still persists in his mission, believing that the Church must have become corrupt and he must cleanse it with death. He himself is aware of the bitter irony of the fact that in his efforts to protect Christendom, he has made himself its enemy. But he must push on so that he can ignore the empty void that he believes his existence to have become.

    He does not seem to particularly care for his Master, and his wish for the Holy Grail is very ambiguous. However, there seems to be a small part of him that wishes he had a companion to make the dark, terrible night his life has become at least slightly more bearable.



    Creator’s Note:
    Credit to Shiki-pon for the idea. I’m hoping that this is proves to be a great improvement upon the original. I for one certainly do like it much better than the original. The reason why I included the reworked Lostbelt Vlad with the reworked TATARI Lostbelt is because he isn’t that much different from the original sheet, aside from his personality. So, I just thought I’d show both off at the same time.

    Thank you to BnEl15 for the idea on what to do with Vlad's One Who Wears Death Skill.

    On a side note, I might do a Mehmed II sheet in the future. Maybe.
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    Good job with the Lostbelt, Lambda! For One Who Wears Death, your description of "spreading disaster", how about making it significantly reduce the luck of anyone near Vlad's vicinity? Then the people would further associate Vlad with death andmisfortune, and fear him more, which in turn powers up the TATARI rumors even further. That's my personal take on it, at least.
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    Revamped Singularities I - V

    Heya.

    I'm gonna post a preview to a couple of Singularities I'm working on. Basically I decided that the 5 first Singularities of Fate/Grand Order (not including Singularity F) wasn't as epic or compelling until it got to Camelot, so I'm working on 5 new Singularities that I wished they could have done. I won't be redoing the Camelot or Babylonia Singularities, because those are perfect as it is.

    This is the first time I'm posting anything like this, so when the Singularities come out, you are free to leave your criticisms and thoughts on how good or bad the fan made Singularities are.

    Anyways, here are the previews. I'm gonna be leaving the name and subtitles to give an idea what to expect:

    Singularity I:
    Name: The Devil’s Triangle of Phantasmal Riches - Bermuda
    Subtitle: The King of Pirates
    Human Foundation Value: D-


    Singularity II:
    Name: Jingoist Reign of the Star-Spangled Tyranny - E Pluribus Unum
    Subtitle: The God-King of America
    Human Foundation Value: D~B-


    Singularity III:
    Name: City of Murder Beneath the Demonic Fog - London
    Subtitle: Ripper of the Misty Night
    Human Foundation Value: C


    Singularity IV:
    Name: The Discordant Hundred Years' War of Blood and Hatred - Orleans
    Subtitle: The Knight of the Holy Maiden
    Human Foundation Value: B+


    Singularity V:
    Name: The Eternal Empire of Crossroads - Roma _ ■■■ ■■■■■■■■■ ■■■■■■ ■■ ■■■■■■■■■·■■■■■■■
    Subtitle: The Twin Emperors of War
    Human Foundation Value: A+


    As you can see, my 5 Singularities look pretty similar to the Original Singularities. All I can say is some Singularities will keep the same setting and characters, while others are completely redone. I don't know how long it will take to post the 5 Singularities, but it will take some time.

    Still, I'm looking forward to showing my work!
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    Just guessing some ideas here based on what you presented, but II is Washington goes crazy and crowns himself God-King of America or something, III Jack the Ripper somehow empowers himself on people's beliefs to become an actual demon, thereby turning all of London into a mist-shrouded "Locked Room Mystery" where no one can escape until he's caught (maybe Holmes would be a key ally Servant) and V is Remus somehow reviving to usurp his brother as king of Rome, possibly leading an army of all of Rome's "dishonored dead" against Romulus. I not sure, other than probably involving Blackbeard given the subtitle (and maybe Bermuda Triangle is part of the Reverse Side?) and IV sounds superficially just like the Orleans singularity in canon.

    So, how close am I with these?
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    Just guessing some ideas here based on what you presented, but II is Washington goes crazy and crowns himself God-King of America or something, III Jack the Ripper somehow empowers himself on people's beliefs to become an actual demon, thereby turning all of London into a mist-shrouded "Locked Room Mystery" where no one can escape until he's caught (maybe Holmes would be a key alley Servant) and V is Remus somehow reviving to usurp his brother as king of Rome, possibly leading an army of all of Rome's "dishonored dead" against Romulus. I not sure, other than probably involving Blackbeard given the subtitle (and maybe Bermuda Triangle is part of the Reverse Side?) and IV sounds superficially just like the Orleans singularity in canon.

    So, how close am I with these?
    I won't say anything yet, but I'll tell you something about the Orleans Singularity since you have less to say about it. Everything can be considered a whole lot worse in this Singularity compared to the original Orleans because as the title implies, there is going to be a lot of bloodshed and hate.
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    For Orleans, based on the subtitle, I guess Giles will be involved. Perhaps he went even more berserk and declared war on France after Jeanne's death using his eldritch army, and actually won or something? I feel like that'd fit the whole "bloodshed and hate" thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BnEl15 View Post
    For Orleans, based on the subtitle, I guess Giles will be involved. Perhaps he went even more berserk and declared war on France after Jeanne's death using his eldritch army, and actually won or something? I feel like that'd fit the whole "bloodshed and hate" thing.
    Considering that the subtitle is "Knight of the Holy Maiden", I'm thinking that Saber Gilles is gonna get the spotlight. Though, we don't have much reason to rule out Caster Gilles having some involvement in the plot.
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    The idea of an actually good Septem almost looks like a dream

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    Quote Originally Posted by King of Padoru View Post
    The idea of an actually good Septem almost looks like a dream
    Screw the Nero shilling! Romulus (hell, almost everyone in that Singularity) deserved better (thank God for Lostbelt 5B)!
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    RE: Fate/Grand Order - Foreword

    Hello everyone,

    I wanted to put up this foreword before I started publishing the Revamped Singularities. If you did not see the preview, here’s what I have been working on: I said before that the first 5 Singularities of Fate/Grand Order were not as great as the rest of the game, so I decided to redo these Singularities in a fun little project called RE: Fate/Grand Order. All Singularities from Orleans to E Pluribus Unum will be given a complete remodeling while trying to stay mostly true to the themes and settings.

    This isn’t supposed to be taken seriously. This was just something fun I decided to do. But, you are free to leave respective criticisms if you feel something is missing or bad about the Singularities I released. There is a small chance that I might release a summary of a story with my Singularities, but don’t expect much because I am really busy with college and other work.

    There are also some other features I will add to the Singularities. These features will include old features that were shown in the game, but were never used again. I know that some people might have not liked these features in the game, and they might not be thrilled to see it again, but I wanted to put them anyways because I liked them:
    • The Hidden Name System: Hidden Names are back! Originally introduced in Epic of Remnant, they stopped showing up when Cosmos in the Lostbelt dropped. These Hidden Names are exactly as they sound: a Servant’s true identity is obscured with a title like Archer of Shinjuku or Avenger of Bermuda. Some official Servants like Francis Drake will receive Hidden Names like Rogue Rider, as well as fan made Servants who will receive Hidden Names like Archer of the Underworld. Granted, their True Names are already on the sheet, blacked out. But assume that their Hidden Names are used for the story until Chaldea reveals their True Names.
    • Phantoms: Phantoms will make an appearance again. They were originally introduced in Shinjuku and played minor roles in Agartha, but they were not used again. What they are what I call “lesser Heroic Spirits” because they are existences that did not gain enough recognition as much as a real Heroic Spirit does. Some Phantoms manifested by bonding together or bonding with a Heroic Spirit, such as with the case with Hessian Lobo and James Moriarity. Some of the Servants I will add will either be Phantoms or Phantoms fused with Servants. However, I won’t be focusing a lot on Phantoms, so don’t expect them to show up every Singularity.
    • Singularity Continuity: This means that while the story in the Singularities will try to be as stand alone as possible, there will be some minor plot points that connect them all in general. For example, Solomon_■■■■■■ is a whole lot busier here, traveling through Singularities to insure the Incineration of Humanity proceeds as planned, which will be brought up in each Singularity as “the mysterious mage traveling between worlds”. Another example would be the idea that certain magical artifacts from the 4th Singularity will start to show up in the Singularities before it. So expect some call-backs and call-forwards in my Singularities.
    • Chance for Pseudo-Singularity: What this means is that I might put together a Pseudo-Singularity that is similar to the Tokugawa event, which was a spinoff Prologue Event to Lostbelt 4. I want to finish the first 5 main Singularities first, so these Pseudo-Singularities might start to show up after the 4th Singularity. They might not even be limited to the New Singularities! I already have an idea for the Sixth Singularity, but I haven’t gotten that far yet.
    • Post-Singularity Corrective Reinterpretation: This is really confusing to people, but let me explain. In the Babylonian Singularity, Gilgamesh gives us context about Singularities in general saying to Chaldea, “You were told that once a Singularity is undone everything returns as it used to be...well, that's a lie, everyone that perishes won't be brought back to life, history will only change their manner of death.” This was never brought about in the first Singularities, which I thought was the reason F/GO suffered drastically in its writing in the earlier days. Of course, those days were when DW weren’t taking it seriously because they never thought their game would become so popular. This is what I plan to do: when the Singularity is fixed, all memories of the Singularity that came to pass would be erased by the corrective force. While the source of the Singularity and its effects are gone, human lives and the damage of reality is not fixed at all. What follows is history writing off the deaths and damage as something that is logical and consistent to the timeline.
      - For example, the Dragon attacks in the old Orleans Singularity where reinterpreted as attacks by wild animals. There is also the fact that this did not erase the grudges and hate of the people caused by Jeanne Alter’s actions.
      - There are also examples in which corrective force will have an extremely hard time to explain. Like how do you explain medieval Celtic Warriors in 18th century America and they have already taken half the country? There would be no way to correct this thoroughly. My Singularities are going to try to keep themes together, and not combine polar opposite eras together.
    • Singularities Can Grow If Left Alone: As the title says, Singularities are an existence close to a black hole on the timeline. They can start to have a pronoun effect on the surrounding eras and time periods, affecting and revising their history with their own. Having 7 Singularities in different points in time are bound to destroy humanity very quickly by engulfing the timeline; not to mention the higher the Human Foundation Value is, the faster and larger the Singularity can grow. Some of them can even last years, which will be the case for one of the Singularities that started at an extremely low Human Foundation Value and grew from there. In any case, removing one Singularity at a time does slow down and even counters the Incineration of Humanity, but it does not stop them from growing on their own and consuming everything.
    • Invisible Text/■■■■■ Text Hides Spoilers: You’ll start to notice some invisible text, which are just phrases hidden in a dark font color that blends in with the background color. This is hiding spoilers of the Servant’s True Name or major plot points in the Singularity. I know this seems rather weird to have spoilers in the first place, but I think it is cool. And if you want to read the spoilers, just highlight the whole sheet and you will be able to see it. And for text that is hidden by square text, it isn’t just spoilers, but it is not supposed to be seen (yet). Like the case for the square text next to Solomon’s name. I know people already know Solomon’s true identity, but I want to keep up the immersion of thinking that Solomon is the responsible party.
    • Using Other Users’ Fan Made Servants: This will be the hardest part. I want to include other people’s Servants because I feel like they manage to make them more beautifully than I ever could. I will use custom Servants of my own as well. Don’t worry, I plan to credit all creators.
    • Singularity Themed Mystic Codes: After seeing the Babylonian and Camelot Mystic Codes, I thought it would be cool if I made some custom made Mystic Codes based on the Singularities. It would be awesome (and kind of funny) to see Ritsuka going into battle wearing a Roman toga or Pirate outfit. Keep in mind though, not all Singularities will receive a Singularity Themed Mystic Code, since DW already made official Mystic Codes that matches the theme of my new Singularities (*cough* *cough* Mage's Association Uniform *cough* *cough*).


    I’ve been looking forward to making this Singularities for a long time. This is not meant to be a perfect story because as much as I know about the Nasuverse, I don’t know all of it; this is just something I decided to do for fun, which you all can partake in. So feel free to leave your thoughts! Tell me what you liked about my Singularity, and tell me what you didn’t like. And I might make a revised version of my Singularities after hearing your thoughts!

    Get ready everyone. Because the first Singularity is dropping soon. Where? Let’s just say we’re going to make a huge splash for our first Singularity, and we are going to meet rascals, scoundrels, villains and knaves.
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    Heck yeah, looking forward to your work JD.
    I like the visual concept of the Singularities in our timeline and their effect as they grow. The consequences from them will be interesting. But what comes to mind is that the whole rayshift/time travel stuff suggests it doesnt really matter, as we can just travel to the start of things and prevent that kind of growing. That is something that wasnt really possible for S6 and 7, as Chaldea appeared there rather late. How would you tackle this?

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    But what comes to mind is that the whole rayshift/time travel stuff suggests it doesnt really matter, as we can just travel to the start of things and prevent that kind of growing. That is something that wasnt really possible for S6 and 7, as Chaldea appeared there rather late. How would you tackle this?
    Yeah, this will be difficult to explain, but there could have been many factors why Chaldea didn't travel to the very beginning of the Singularity:

    1. Either the Grail, Solomon, or the Singularity itself was preventing Chaldea from traveling to a specific point in time in the Singularity.
    2. Singularities stretch across a large amount of time, not a specific date. So Chaldea could have traveled to any time in the Singularity.
    3. Rayshifting is a very dangerous process. Rayshifting needs to have a success rate of 95%. It does not sound like a good idea to continuously Rayshift in and out as soon the source of the Singularity is identified. I don't know if this does affect Rayshift success rate, but perhaps this would overheat Rayshifting device or other disastrous consequences. As a result, Chaldea has to fix the Singularity on their first Rayshift.
    4. The biggest reason ever: Chaldea doesn't know when the Singularity had manifested. All they know is the time period the Singularity has encompassed. When Chaldea Rayshifts into the Singularity, they are literally going in with little knowledge, only guessing and hypothesizing what could have distorted the timeline.


    Besides, time travel theory can be a bitch sometimes. I'm not trying to put too much thought into this, but hopefully this does explain some things about why Chaldea cannot travel to certain time points in the Singularities.
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