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    Title:World Fair Romantic Cycle, Aquarius
    Subtitle:Elysium Society Case Files
    Human Foundation Value: D++

    Location: London, England
    Year:1851 A.D.
    Factions: Chaldea Security Organization, Elysium Society, UnaffiliatedArsene Lupin's Gang

    Description of Events: The year is 1851 and the Great Exhibition, a large event showcasing all the latest technological, scientific, and cultural achievements of the era, is about to open. However, not all is as it seems in this marvelous show of human progress. A mysterious wizard arrives promising wonders beyond mortal ken, the notorious Spring-Heeled Jack begins haunting the exhibition grounds at night, a secret society plans on conducting a heist on the event, and some of the exhibits are displaying paranormal characteristics. Not only that, but Chaldea has detected signs of other Time Travelers present in this singularity, 7 of them at that!

    Spoiler:

    After resolving the Human Order Revision and fixing the Bleached Earth, Chaldea is asked by the Mages Association to investigate a singularity in 1851 London during the Great Exhibition. Meanwhile Zippeway Casildi, a ruthelessly ambitious 12th Century alchemist and convict in hiding, makes contact with a Time Traveler from an unknown era calling himself Carter Aldoa. He offers Zippeway the chance to perform "History's Greatest Heist" by stealing the anomalous artifacts known as the OOPArts which will appear in the London Singularity now designated as Singularity A. Carter had previously also contacted the members of the Elysium Society, a secretive group of rogue mages from the year 2012 who wish to take control of humanity's future and build some sort of Utopia. Carter offers them a chance in the form of Singularity A, giving them the blue prints of a large machine called AQUARIUS that will use the OOPArts to create Quantum Time-Locks in the future. Elysium accepts and after gathering sufficient magical energy with the help of the Heroic Spirit Sherlock HolmesFrancois-Marie Arouet, Carter helps them travel to Singularity A where they set their plan into motion. Lou uses the local leylines to cast a spatial transportation spell, allowing the conspirators to move about relatively undetected; Zippeway summons Arsene Lupin, disguises him as Spring-Heeled Jack, and has him scout the town for the OOPArts; and Carter begins building the machine, with the other members of Elysium helping him.

    Chaldea arrives in the Singularity several days before the start of the Great Exhibition and are introduced to the situation at hand by an enigmatic Lord of the Clock Tower, Saint Germaine. They have a run in with Spring-Heeled Jack on the first night while staking out the Crystal Palace with Casanova. Unfortunately, they are unable to defeat him, as Jack escapes into a cloud of poison, later revealed to be the work of Rider of New Hampshire's Noble Phantasm. They have a breif run in with Carter the next day, but nothing else of note happens until Edward Kelly breaks into the Crystal Palace with his army of mechanical angels on the opening night when everyone else is distracted with a celebratory party at the royal palace. After this, over the course of a month, Chaldea investigates the various strange happenings caused by the OOPArts while clashing heads with Elysium and the disguised Arsene.

    After Chaldea's second encounter with Elysium while investigating supernatural incidents caused by the Indus Relic, Olga becomes suspicious of the local Ley Lines are piecing together their connection to all the locations where Spring-Heeled Jack and proposes to investigate the Leylines using her Noble Phantasm as "Schrodinger's Cat". Chaldea help her prepare it on their end in Singularity A and after a bit of analysis, they discover how Elysium has hijacked them not only for transportation, but for powering some sort of device or "network". In addition, the name Elysium has sparked some interest in those aware of Association politics. Gordolf describes them as an illusive Secret Society of rogue mages known for their eccentric attitudes, reckless, large scale experimentation, and immense talent for Magecraft. After following the Leylines to the source of the disruption, Chaldea discovers Elysiums supposed hideout in an abandoned castle on the outskirts of London, only to find that they were expected. A short fight against Lou Rigisgaia, Larysse Lam Phati, and Edward Kelly ensues but gets interrupted when Rider of New Hampshire interrupts and allows Elysium to escape. It's at this point that Carter's and Rider's connection to Elysium is confirmed and Chaldea begin questioning if Spring-Heeled JackArsene Lupin and his master are also working with Elysium.

    After another series of confrontations involving the OOPArts, the Antikythera mechanism at the center of the Trophy Telescope is stolen by Arsene Lupin who escapes on board Rider of New Hampshire's enchanted ship. Chaldea gives chase with the help of Henry Avery and into a hole in SpaceTime that suddenly appears above the Clock Tower. This leads them into Elysium's true hideout, a small research facility in Imaginary Number Space called Oasis Classroom. While Chaldea does manage to power through the facility's securit in the form of Larysse's more powerful familiars and Edward Kelly's completed Noble Phantasm, they arrive too late. Rider of New Hampshire adds a strange black mirror to the Lou's completed AQUARIUS machine and activates. The AQUARIUS shoots seven bright pillars of light into the sky, sending the OOPArts into the future while glowing marks appear on the hands of the members of Elysium. It seems the energy from the activation of AQUARIUS causes Oasis Classroom to being collapsing and an emergency system forcibly ejects the present members of Chaldea outside of a room behind the face of Big Ben with seemingly no traces of Oasis Class or Elysium aside from small signs of an explosion in the room. With the OOPArts gone from the Singularity, Saint Germaine urges them to return to their time as he has a feeling that there's more to what just happened than meets the eye and that the Singularity has high chances of collapsing.



    Factions:
    Chaldea Security Organization

    Sheilder - Mash Kyrielight- The Shielder Class Servant of Ritsuka Fujimaru. She is quite excited and motivated after hearing the details of the singularity from Saint Germaine upon arriving in 1851 due to being an fan of mystery novels like the Sherlock Holmes series. Though she is rather apprehensive after Holme's "betrayal" of Chaldea during the tail end of the Human Order Revision. Since Holmes didn't join the Alien God and left rather abruptly after barely helping, his whereabouts are still unknown. Mash is one of the first to suspect Spring-Heeled Jack of not being what they seem. She later helpes piece together the true nature of all the seemingly disconnected factions vying for the OOPArts.
    Kadoc Zemlupus- Formerly one of the Crypters, he survived the Human Order Revision and reluctantly helps Chaldea, hoping to prove himself, though he doesn't state so out loud. The Association's challenge to Chaldea seems to have sparked some conviction in him, albeit causing him to charge recklessly into battle during the Singularity. He ends up leading the raid on Elysium's Hideout and was the first one to encounter Spring-Heeled Jack.

    Moon Cancer - Schrodinger's CatOlga-Marie Animusphere (Pseudo-Servant) A vessel for the Director's Soul trapped within the CHALDEA simulation during the events of Singularity F. It was created and snuck its way into the Summoning System, though who was responsible for this is unknown. Since none of the staff have confirmed involvement, and Schrodinger's Cat herself isn't sure, the most likely culprit is the Foreigner of the End, who tagged along on the Storm Boarder all the way back to Chaldea HQ prior to the restoration of Earth's bleached texture. Schrodinger's Cat is capable of existing in multiple places at once as long as she isn't being observed and although limited by time and degree of influence or reach depending on where she goes, this ability's interpretation of "a location where someone/something can manifest" is quite vague.


    Assassin - Giacomo Girolamo Casanova: One of the Servants summoned by the Counter Force to protect the OOPArts. He ends up contracting with Kadoc after their first encounter after his eccentric and affable personality reminds Kadoc of his former ally, Scandinavia Peperoncino. Giacomo introduces himself as a cultured cosmopolitan, man of romance, genius inventor, and apparently a secret agent. Although, it is hard to tell where truth and embelishment ends with him. He is part of the Great Exhibition's management commitee and runs a small exhibit for ancient artifacts in order to gather information on the OOPArts.

    Rider - Henry Avery:The “King of Pirates” who was one of the few successful pirates to peacefully retire as well as the founder of the anarchist pirate utopia, Libertalia. He and Casanova were summoned at the start of the World Fair, in early May and have the spent the time hunting down the OOPArts. They have had run ins with Elysium and initially attack the Chaldea Team, believing them to be enemies as well. Thus, Henry is carefree and freedom-loving to the extreme. He wishes to stop what he and Casanova have come to call the Advent Order Usurpation as he does not wish a single person or group to control the outcome of the future, no matter how prosperous it is.
    Foreigner - H.G. Wells: The “Father of Science Fiction” has taken on the form of the infamous “Time Traveler” and his enigmatic machine. He is investigating the mysterious time machine that appeared somewhere in the city. Chaldea first encounters him when they visit the mysterious workshop in Trafalgar Square. It seems like the rumors surrounding the noises and lights from his experiments were muddled alongside the stories of Carter Aldoa's showcasing of futuristic technology to create the image of the enigmatic "Wizard of Trafalgar Square".
    ■■■■■After Singularity A begins collapsing, Wells accompanies Chaldea back to the present using his Time Machine, dragging a determined Casanova with them. With the help of Schrodinger's CatOlga Marie Animusphere, they manage to adjust the Rayshifting system for Time Travel to the future by locking on to the energy released by the temporal anomalies created by the OOPArts.
    Archer - Nikola Tesla: The famous inventor and electrical engineer. He was summoned to this era to investigate the Time Machine and the temporal anomalies directly. He acts similar to a crazed conspiracy theorist in regards to the mysterious “Wizard of Trafalgar Square”, having gathered clues about the wizard's true motives relentlessly. He appears after the first break in at the Crystal Palace.
    ■■■■■While Tesla's theory ends up containing several mistakes and his conclusions seem far fetched, his overall theory about the Wizard of Trafalgar Square's true goal of using the OOPArts to alter the course of humanity's future ends up being true. With Mash's help, the pair figure out the that Arsene Lupin's Master is working with the Wizard, who in turn intend to collaborate with Elysium.
    Alter Ego - Count of Saint Germaine (Living Person?): A lord of the Clock Tower from the year 1851 and the correspondent ensuring that Chaldea is doing their jobs properly. Despite the Clock Tower of the presents initial attempts to sway him into collaborating with them to some control over the Chaldea Security Organization, Saint Germaine refuses and instead helps out the Chaldea Security Organization in an honest fashion while still overseeing their capabilities impartially. He is an enigmatic and mysterious fellow of unknown origins. He seems to have just popped up among the mages of the Clock Tower one day without warning, making quick connections and an over all strange impression. He is versed in many things both magic and mundane and is rumored to have been present for many events in European History in the past. It is unknown whether the Saint Germaine is a living human, some discreet Time Traveller, or a servant summoned by the Counter Force.

    Elysium Society


    Those Who Reject Fate Itself!?
    The Elysium Sociey is a secret society of mages from the year 2012 who have been, to a certain degree, rejected by the association. They are an intellectual, radically idealistic band of eccentrics known for their dangerous, large scale social experiments using magecraft. While their stated goal is "to create a utopia, advance the human race, and fix the degredation of mystery", their experiments have on occasion threatened to reveal magecraft and endanger the public. They have travelled to Singularity A in order to investigate the OOPArts

    From Left to Right
    Libera Echter Vondgren: Former member of a violent biker gang and hippee. He is carefree and quite laid back, assured that as long as he "goes with the flow of things", then everything will go his way eventually. He practices Thelema and considers himself a pupil of the infamous heretical mage, Aleister Crowley. Libera is the most reckless and impulsive member of Elysium, only reigned in by the collective common sense of the other four members. He warns Chaldea not to interfere with Elysium's operations after the first fight with Spring-Heeled Jack and is the first to rush at them during the final raid of Elysium's hideout.
    Larysse Lam Phati: Not much is known about her actual origins save for the fact that she was a former member of the Holy Church who defected and joined the Mages Association. She has a fascination with collection spirits and familiars from all over the world, which has become a basis of her magecraft. When Chaldea investigates the paranormal phenomena being caused by the Indus Relic at a certain aristocrat's manor, Larysse appears with some elemental familiars to steal the relic. She also teams up with Lou when they ambush Chaldea at an abandoned castle on the outskirts of London.
    Bridge Vel Armstrong: An adventurous and boisterous man who yearns for the days of vast empires and exploration. Aside from working with the assocation, he has also worked as an Astronaut. He and Zazari don't play much of a role in Singularity A aside from making a brief appearance when Chaldea attacks Elysium's hideout.
    Zazari Nahui: An enigmatic mage who often gets himself into danger with ancient artifacts and phantasmal beasts. He was once involved in a failed attempt at replicating the Holy Grail War with horrific results. He is constantly travelling from place to place wherever the wind takes him.
    Lou Rgisgaia: The group's eccentric leader. He is a calm, mild mannered individual who seems like a pushover at first glance. In reality, Lou is someone with grand ambitions and a keen analytical mind. As a child, he was rumored to be able to see prophetic visions of the future. He lures Chaldea to an abandoned Castle and ambushes them after they start investigating the various locations where Spring-Heeled Jack has appeared.

    Unaffiliated?

    Berzerker - Spring-Heeled Jack:Assassin - Arsene Lupin: The mysterious ghost haunting various places throughout London during the the World Fair. The most common place he can be found is wandering Hyde Park, usually close to the Crystal Palace, at around midnight. He is said to have sharp claws, fire breath, and is capable of jumping very high, and has been likened to a demon. He is the servant of Zippeway Casildi, the mastermind behind the various attempted heists on the World Fair.
    ■■■■■

    His true identity is the infamous phantom theif, Arsene Lupin who used his Noble Phantasm
    The Phantom Theif's Great Trick
    Dramatic Escapade
    to disguise himself as London's infamous ghost. His true identity is revealed during an attempt at stealing the core of an ancient flying machine when Mash and Tesla notice the inconsistencies in his various stunts with the actions of a ghost or typical supernatural being.


    Zippeway Casildi: An alchemist and convict from the 12th Century. He has delusions of grandeur and wishes to perform "The Greatest Heist in History", finding his inspiration when a mysterious Time Traveler approached him and offered to help him steal the OOPArts from the World Fair and "Steal humanity's future". Upon arriving in 1851 London, he summons his servant and begins plotting his dastardly scheme.
    Caster - Edward Kelly One of the servants summoned to protect the OOPArts alongside Casanova and Avery. He disappeared and is presumed MIA after their first encounter with the "Wizard of Trafalgar Square" several weeks before Chaldea arrives in the Singularity.
    ■■■■■Kadoc and Casanova encounter Kelly on the opening night when he is revealed to now be working with Arsene Lupin. Kelly breaks into the Crystal Palace with an army of Mechanical Angels to steal the Baghdad Battery, which he believes to be a fitting power source for his Noble Phantasm, a Golden Mechanical Angel.

    Wizard of Trafalgar Square:Carter Aldoa: A mysterious mage who has become the subject of rumors. He has an exhibit in the World Fair where he exhibits strange devices and wonders beyond mortal ken. While he doesn't appear everyday of the exhibit, when he does, his shows of the arcane and scientific have driven some to madness and others to inspiration.
    ■■■■■Carter Aldoa is a Time Traveler of unknown origins who appeared before Zippeway and offered him a chance to perform "The Greatest Heist in History". Despite his cunning and rutheless attitude in battle, he has a laid back, affable, and almost childish attitude outside of it. He approaches Ritsuka and Mash while on a stroll in Hyde Park and reveals himself as the Wizard of Trafalgar Square almost immediately, presenting himself in a manner as to disconnect himself from Arsene Lupin's actions. He immediately pins them as Time Travelers and seems to know more than he lets on.

    Rider - Rider of New Hampshire: He is the servant of the "Wizard of Trafalgar Square". His true identity still remains unknown even after the events of Singularity A and his abilities don't seem to match with any literary or historical figures who could possibly end up in the Throne of Heroes. After seeing Rider's Noble Phantasm in action during the raid against Elysium, Kadoc seems to have a theory about his true identity but is still unsure of it. He has an ensemble of strangely disconnected Noble Phantasms including the ability to shapeshift into animals, a seemingly enchanted boat, and the ability to summon natural disasters, the most common of which seems to be a cloud of poison gas.


    Key Noble Phantasms:
    The Phantom Thief's Great Trick
    Dramatic Escapade:
    ■■■■■The Noble Phantasm of Arsene Lupin which he uses to disguise himself as Spring-Heeled Jack and set up his elaborate escapes.
    Existence Outside Perception
    Quantum Superposition:
    The Noble Phantasm of Schrodinger's Cat, allowing her to exist in seemingly anywhere where someone/something is capable of manifesting as long as she isn't being observed or percieved. Although it does have limitations to the range of around a small city block, and limitations on how much influence she has in said locations and even how long she can stay regardless of being observed or not, all depending on the location. Due to being inside Chaldea's technological network, she follows the Rayshifted Chaldeans to London through the summoning system in Mash's Shield and helps analyze the London's leylines which helps reveal Elysium's method of operation.
    Charlatan's Dream made Manifest
    Golden Angel:
    Edward Kelly's Noble Phantasm which guards the entrance to Elysium's primary hideout in London. It is powered by the stolen Baghdad Battery and capable of performing powerful alchemy, changing the terrain around it and supporting any allies fighting by its side.
    Enigmatic Charmed Ship
    ■■■■■■■■:
    The mysterious enchanted ship used by Rider of New Hampshire. It is first seen docked by the Thames when Chaldea first arrives in the Singularity. It is capable of taking flight by riding on beams of Moonlight.
    We are Poison, Storm, Betrayal! Let the Albatross be thine Judge!
    Penance ■■■ ■■■■ ■■■■■■:
    Rider of New Hampshire's second Noble Phantasm which seems to allow him to curse people with misforture. Usually, this manifests as small scale natural disasters or clusmy accidents. When used on board a large moving vehicle like a boat or train, the ability becomes even more effective. Could this be tied to Rider's true identity?

    Notable Enemies:
    Mechanical Angel: These are angel shaped automatons created by Edward Kelly. They ar his main enforcers and are made of silver. Some Angels are equipped with lances and shields while others have cannon arms.
    Elemental Familiars: Larysse's familiars are made of various elements. Birds made of wind, humanoids made of ice, lizards made of dirt and lava, and tiny, humanoid fish creatures.
    Djinn: Middle Eastern spirits captured by Larysse during her travels. They are more powerful than her elemental familiars but can only appear under specific conditions. Like ghouls and demons of old, they seem to follow some strict code of conduct.


    The OOPArts:
    OOPArts! Mythical objects that do not fit into the era in which they were initially discovered. Real life examples include the ancient computer known as the Antikythera Mechanism, the ancient Aztec Flying machines, the Baghdad Battery, or the Iron Pillar of Delhi. Other “OOPArts” that loosely fit this description include the currently incomprehensibly complex alloy known as Damascus Steel or Damascened Steel, the Mayan Crystal Skulls said to be of Extra-terrestrial Origins, the Shroud of Turin which is said to contain an imprint of Jesus Christ on it, and the Lance of Longinus said to be tipped with Jesus’ blood. The loose definition of “anomalous artifacts of great significance which either should not exist or are shrouded in myth but not tied to a particular historical figure or group” is used for OOPArts to differentiate them from regular catalysts. Consider them Catalysts but instead of being used to summon Heroic Spirits, they are anchors towards certain alternate worlds and mythical locations, gathering the dreams of people for a utopia and anchoring it to reality (Though achieving the summoning of a fantastical Utopia has never been achieved successfully, and past attempts have resulted in disaster. Their conceptual similarity to Catalysts have led some mages to theorize the possibilty of such a spell being possible with enough magical energy and the and a thorough degree of preciseness when conducting the ritual.) There are seven OOPArts present in Singularity A.
    7 OOPArts

    Baghdad Battery: An ancient galvanic cell discovered in present-day Khujut Rabu, Iraq. In Singularity A, instead of being found by archaeologist Wilhelm Kong in the 1930s, it was found by Michael Faraday while on a trip abroad and used to power an electromagnet which he showcased at the Great Exhibit.
    ■■■■■On the opening night, Edward Kelly breaks into the Crystal Palace with an army of Mechanical Angels and runs into Chaldea. While his Angels are defeated, Chaldea is caught in an series of elaborate make-shift traps set around the building and Kelly uses this as an opportunity to snatch away the Battery, hoping to use it as a core for his Noble Phantasm. He then disappears in a flash of light.
    Indus Relic: A mysterious relic left over from the Indus River Valley civilization. Although it doesn't seem to exist in Pan Human History, in Singularity A, it was found by craftsmen in India and brought to London as part of a collection of ornaments made by the Sunar caste. When a rich Nobleman buys some of the ornaments, his manor begins experiencing intense gravitational anomalies and dangerous lightning strikes. Chaldea goes to investigate and gets caught up in a battle against Larysse Lam Phaturn flanked once again by Edward Kelly. The team splits up, one holding back Kelly's Angels and another chasing after Larysse into the manor to retrieve the Indus Relic. In the end however, they are overwhelmed by Larysse's many familiars.
    Stainless Lance: A mysterious artifact of unknown origin discovered on the shores of Ireland. It seems to be one of the strange conceptual artifacts unique to Singularity A, like the Indus Relic. An ornate, iron Lance with key-like features incapable of rusting or being affected by chemical reactions and oddly enough, it's tip works like a universal lock-picker. It seems to emit an eerie glow when taken to some locations, usually underground. It came into the hands of Charles Hobbs who planned to use it for his exhibition. Unfortunately, it was stolen when Hobbs was attacked by Spring-Heeled Jack a week before the start of the Great Exhibition. Chaldea manages to retrieve it during a train heist involving one of the other OOPArts.
    Antikythera Mechanism: Speculated to be a primitive computer. In Singularity A, instead of washing up on the shores of Antikythera in 1902, it was discovered by an associate of Saint Germaine several years before the start of the Great Exhibition. When Saint Germaine discovered that his old acquaintance Casanova had been summoned as a servant by the Counter Force, the former donated the Antikythera Mechanism to Casanova hoping to keep it safe in an inconspicuous place in the exhibit.
    ■■■■■Casanova decided to hide it by using it as a piece in building the Great Exhibit's Trophy Telescope. Additionally, it is later stolen by Elysium and used as the main component in the machine that controls the future, AQUARIUS. It has a tracker implanted into it and this si what Chaldea uses to track down Elysium's hideout.
    Ancient Flying Machine Engine: The engines of an ancient flying machine discovered in Latin America. It was used by the participant of the America's Cup Yacht Race to power their boat. Rider of New Hampshire interrupts the Yacht Race with his charmed ship in an attempt to steal the engine. He fails and instead the artifact is confiscated by Casanova and Chaldea after they convince the race's organizers that the engine is illegal to use since it allows the competitor's Yacht to fly which disqualifies the competitor's Yacht since it is now an airship.
    Crystal Skull: A Crystal Skull said to be of extraterrestrial origin. In Singularity A, this skull is discovered fused to the inside of the Koh-I-Noor Diamond and caused severe headaches and hallucinations among the group of miners who first discovered it. It is unfortunately stolen by Arsene Lupin during a train heist where he tries to use the Stainless Lance to open the high-security vault where the Skull is contained. Lupin, however, does loose the Lance to Chaldea in the process.
    Voynich Manuscript: While not officially considered an OOPArt in Pan Human History, its enigmatic origins and the many theories surrounding this indecipherable book's contents have lead to it appearing in Singularity A. This book was bought by Carter Aldoa and never makes an actual appearance at the Great Exhibition, but pages of it are discovered in his makeshift room in Oasis Classroom when Chaldea invades it. ■■■■■The book's contents are a bit different from the original, having seemingly been merged with the concept of the Necronomicon and the records of some lost continent as well. There's more to this book than meets the eye.


    Abnormal Quantum Railroad System:
    Elysium's Goal:

    Through an elaborate ritual, OOPArts have been used to turn the possibilities of Humanity’s future into something unrecognizable. Embedded into the “Great Tree known as Time” as “strangle holds”, the OOPArts have entangled and altered various Quantum Time-Locks-to-be to match the mythical histories anchored to them. Like Black Holes, these forced Time Locks suck every interfere with any incompatible possibilities around them to ensure the desired futures. Essentially, a strangling and forceful derailment of future possibilities, setting history on a series of fantastically absurd eras. Fragments of entangled futures bleed into the present as minor anomalies while the seven Time Locks created by the OOPArts begin rewriting the present as well.


    The 7 Horizon Gates:
    The Fantastical Futures Created by Elysium
    Be it the restoration of the status quo after all oncoming dangers were averted and Pan Human History continues as it was intended, an abrupt and absolute incineration, or a slow burning trek to stagnation. Elysium has deemed all of it as null and void, as if it were mere fiction. In its place are a set of Quantum Time Locks that can only be described as fantastical and increasingly absurd/improbable in nature. Worlds that begin to diverge so far from common logic whose histories and mythos have been forged like a drama by the members of Elysium. For such radically deviant futures, even the past as we know it ought to have been different. Different choices, different pieces in play, different stages. And thus, the present is slowly glitching about, anomalies popping up left and right to account for history being forced into these radically different futures. Slowly, even the present is becoming unrecognizable, replaced by a new fantastical, and frankly idyllic truth. But is it too good to be true? Or could these Fantasy Futures lead to the stagnation of Humanity? Even if it doesn’t, a future so near-perfect must face challenges of equal magnitude, no?



    Special Gallery:
    Images


    The mysterious charmed ship by the Thames encountered on the way to the Crystal Palace.

    Meeting Casanova, and talk of the OOPArts.

    The attack of the infamous Spring-Heeled Jack!?

    The Mysterious "Wizard of Trafalgar Square" is this guy?

    Ambushed by Lou Rgisgaia in a trap filled castle!

    Spring-Heeled Jack's true identity revealed!? It's Arsene Lupin!

    Final confrontation with Zippeway, Carter, and Lou in Oasis Classroom.


    Additional Notes:
    Notes
    So wow, this has been a long time coming xD I'm so excited but also a bit nervous to post this. I've always been facinated with the idea of the World Fair and pseudo archaeological stuff like OOPArts and lost continents, which is what influenced not only Singularity A but Horizon of Strange Stars in general. I did alot of research on the very first World Fair ever since I heard about the Crystal Palace and the Trophy Telescope. There a whole lot more Servants in this one but I narrowed it down so that each one had some role instead of some just appearing cause they'd be cool to see in 1850s London. The idea of Arsene Lupin disguising himself as Spring-Heeled Jack was inspired by classic Scooby-Doo villains after I watched Mystery Inc. so there's that. One sudden thing, I also recently posted the HOSS Prologue where Schrodinger's Cat is described to be an Alter-Ego servant. IDK it sounded right in my head cause of the whole Quantum Superposition thing somehow, but mmm nah, Moon Cancer fits more with how she was summoned so yeah there's that. Her Noble Phantasm's ability is inspired by a modified version of Ajimu Najimi's Alibi Block ability from Medaka Box which allows her to seemingly be anywhere and I quote "in dreams, heaven or hell, in your heart". I don't think Schrodinger's Cat's NP will be that crazy but I'm thinking of having the definition of location be a bit loose. I'm excited to get to the Horizon Gates, honestly. The plans, the servants, ahhhh! Don't have too many crazy ideas for Xanadu just yet but I like to think the absurdity escalates gradually as time passes.


    Credits
    So, I don't have too many credits here I guess. I might use some existing Servants from the Servant Threads if I feel there's an idea that's done better there, or something, and I'll credit them, but oh well nothing for Aquarius.
    Credit to JDMan9011 I guess. I was inspired by the formatting of his Singularity posts for how I organized these, so there's that :I
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    Quote Originally Posted by jishara View Post
    ...wished for a world which was not prejudiced. It used her wish and created a world of dinosaurs and the servants she has summoned.
    XD This is exactly the sort of utter nonsense I love typemoon for.
    No Prejudice=No People=Dinosaurs.
    Just wishing for ancient paleo lifeforms to come back would have been enough, TYPEMoon Jurassic World, & then using the dinosaurus under her control to enforce the kind of nonprejudice world she wants, would be more in line within the scale these Grails can grant wishes & would keep a helpless human populace around, for Chaldea to help, in this new PaleoJungle filled with ancient lifeforms.
    Aren't Pseudo-Singularities supposed to be about the escaped Demon Pillars though? If you go in a different direction from OG that is fine, just wondering where this Grail comes from(Though that is rarely explained besides the OG 7)

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    Ah. Thanks for the comments. I will update now. Also, she has close to no control over the dinosaurs.
    My idea is that instead of escaped demon pillars, this is Nyarlathotep or some other god trying to fully open the gate, for things like Lostbelt 7 to come through. He will be the final boss in R'Lyeh I think. What do you think of that?

    What do you think of my Isabel I, Atahualpa, and Elisabeth sheets (so far the ones done for the singularities)?

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    I didn't see those sheets. Went back to the singularities & didn't spot them. I see Outer God centered. If she has a Grail why can't she control them, didn't she wish for it?

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    No, she wished for them being there. She wants to study them in their natural environment, not control them.

    Links to the sheets are attached to the names under collapses:

    Malinche, Atahualpa, and Isabel for Inca, and Elisabeth for france are done At the moment. Working on Keahi and Kuluaa for Hawaii.

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    No wonder I didn't notice, I usually don't look for that type of collapse.
    I love the Elizabeth & Isabel I. Small suggestions/corrections/questions.
    Isabel I: God's Command A should only be 2 Seals like Jeanne who has the same Rank. A good limitation for Call Of Freedom would be since it is against Slavery & forceful bonds, the Master-Servant bond breaking should only occur with the targeted Servant wants it to, thus freeing them from Masters they don't want to serve(Very helpful in FGO if you think about it). Lastly Endurance B seems a tad high for someone not know for physical activity, C or conditional D+, migh be better.
    Malinche is like a dark Charlotte & Mata, being in plain sight, except she actually betrayed her people for the other side, it might even be a good idea to have her join Chaldea's side pretending to be another heroic spirit, undermining them from within, before revealing herself when the flip-twist happens & Pizarro takes the Grail or She takes it for him.

    Atahualpa is someone I don't know enough about to judge though it seems fine to me, besides my personal opinion that while I understand its function for game purposes in Extra, I have always disliked "Imperial Privilege" skill.

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    Hi: Thanks for the suggestions on Isabel and Malinche. Yes, she seems to be on the party's side, as do Isabel, Ponce, and Pizarro. However, of them three (but not Isabel) are actively working against the party. Isabel was just hijacked by Pizarro.

    Thanks for the suggestions :-) Would you be willing to discuss the other singularities/characters with me through Private message? If not, that's okay, but please let me know.
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    oh. i just saw what u actually meant, and i think that makes sense.

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    Sure just need to know what I have to do, you can also give me some feedback on my AU

    Which I know is very cringey to some people because it is the "Goes right" type of deal & people hate having characters actually get what they want.
    For instance just finished Olympus & honestly hated the story & gameplay segregation at some points like Chaldea had no business winning at times(Kirschtarias buffs from the 1st boss disappeared, Why though? He isn't any weaker supposedly) whilest others times I was very impressedSPOILERS RightCaligula's Sanity explanation, His NP Counters Aphrodite|Seyfert Fire spreading to Atlas & target Rhongomyniad I don't know it just irks me when the enemy is so vastly overpowered & prepared, & yet after 3 battles & 5 cutscenes Chaldea is still just fine. SPOILERS WrongLike compare the difficulty of the 1st Reserve guard with all the following ones|Chaldea is always said to be at a disadvantage but everytime they should be soundly defeated & cornered, they instead just get away while panting at worst| Why is Demeter more of a challenge then Zeus|Why is Zeus someone supposedly not affected as much by faith turnt into a pushover due Quirinus' Authority when Zeus is worshipped by 10M servant level people while Quirinus is unknown? I agree it should bring him down from invincible, but to highly difficult I mean Zeus did a better ALETHEIA equivalent of Alljuna, so why did I feel more threatened by the latter? I am ranting but my point is if someone is going to be in the disadvantegeous side, they should really feel it, Chaldea somehow guerrillas they way through anything & in my opinion Atlantis captured that feeling better.


    So I wanted to create a scenario with all the things I thought were teased/hinted/missing from CosmosInLB that being: arguably better timelines than PHH that we know are quantum locked | Truly not having a single ally, because we are the "evil" | A crypter that addresses the Lostbelt flaws, that truly uses everything at their disposal, has access to the same things the Protagonist does, knows their MO & is therefore much more hands on in adressing it by thinking about what they would do in their situation | Every disadvantage Chaldea is said to have actually matter, like the MC having little mana | Like seriously at some point you start to feel bad for Kirschtaria because what else could he have done? I wish he had won against Chaldea & only lost to Beryl's treachery therefore highlighting his actual flaw & how outmatched Chaldea was otherwise. So I wanted this answered, What would a Crypter have to do to actually succeed?

    I really do rant.

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    Desdinova, I'll probably say more later, but your Singularity is fantastic. I really like the ideas used and the presentation so far. I look to your future with great interest.

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    I would like to just discuss the NPs and the ideas of which servants per singularity/lostbelt... and such with you. Yeah, I really love your AU idea. If you have anything you want to bounce off of me about it, I'd love to help.

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    Location: Rome
    Year: 69 AD
    Human Order Foundation Value: B+

    This singularity, covering the Italian peninsula and part of southern France, is set a year after Roman emperor Nero's suicide in Greater Human History. In this history, Nero kept surviving her repeated suicide attempts due to the effects of a Holy Grail. Nero's pride clouded her judgment and led her to perceive this as an omen that she continued to be favored by the gods. This ultimately led to her decision of using this second chance at life to take the imperial throne once more. She obtained a large amount of Germanic gold from an unknown patron and used it buy out her competitors and the people of Rome, leading to her reinstatement as Emperor.

    Ritsuka and Mash land near Massilia, where they are accosted by Roman soldiers. The young woman who vouches for them as her travel companions introduces herself as Saint Martha, a living human who has just come from Gaul after taming Tarasque. She is traveling to Italia to stand with her brothers and sisters against Nero's renewed anti-Christian persecutions, and it is from this conversation that Chaldea discovers the singularity's divergence point.

    On the way to Rome, the party stops over at Mediolanum, where they are once again accosted by the city guard joined. They are initially joined by the dragonslayer Siegfried, but he loses his nerve and withdraws halfway through the battle. After calming down the city guard, Martha chastises Siegfried and demands he come with them to Rome as penance. Siegfried complies, hoping that Chaldea will have the answer to him being summoned in this era without dragons.

    The little pilgrimage makes its next stop in Florentia, on the same day as an imperial parade. Seeing a golden opportunity, da Vinci suggests that the party formulate a plan to assassinate Nero, take the Grail, and end the singularity, but this is complicated by the appearance of the emperor's bodyguards, EMIYA Alter and Cu Chulainn Alter. The parade leaves a raucuous festival in its wake, where the party crashes into the aspirant assassin Jing Ke, who is running away from the authorities after some shenanigans in the party. As thanks for saving her, she joins the party and is enthusiastic about getting a shot at killing an emperor.

    The party stays with some of Martha's friends in Florentia before the final push to Rome. During a fellowship meal, they overhear the Apocalypse of John read, leading Chaldea command to speculate on the connection between Nero and the "Beast" mentioned in the scriptures. Martha also tells her friends a story about one of her meetings with the Savior, which serve both as the origin story of her staff and as a lesson in humility.

    Refreshed from their stay at Florentia, Chaldea attempts to enter Rome but find that the walls have been fortified, and all points of entry to or exit from the Eternal City have been blocked. They learn of a powerful Servant imprisoned at Pompeii from listening in to the guards' idle conversation. The party then aims to free said Servant in order to have the strength necessary to breach the city's walls.

    En route to Sicily via boat, Siegfried bares his reservations at being summoned to this era and apologizes for being useless so far. In response to this, Ritsuka and Mash talk him through his doubts, making him take a second, more objective look at his merits and flaws. Martha also extracts a promise from the dragonslayer that he would only apologize when the situation called for it.

    Upon arriving at Sicily, the party discovers that the imprisoned Servant is Persian emperor Darius III; Chaldea breaks him out of prison in an operation that destroys a significant fraction of the town of Pompeii. Having secured a means of breaching Rome's walls, Chaldea can now plan their assault on the Eternal City. The plan is to have Darius bore a hole in the city walls, while the rest of the party slips into the city via the Tiber. As the party travels along the Via Appia at night, Jing Ke buys everyone a round of drinks at a nearby inn and speaks of her attempted assassination of Qin Shi Huang.

    The operation to assassinate Nero begins as sunrise, and things initially seem to be going well: with the city guard distracted by Darius III and his army, the rest of the party are free to slip into Rome's harbor undetected. However, a complication arises: the party is criminally underdressed. In Nero's Rome, all the houses are built in marble and lined with gold, and all the people are bedecked in gold and jewels, in stark contrast to the poor conditions in the rest of the empire. Chaldea's comparatively shabby attire means they will have to stick to the shadows or else risk detection.

    Things quickly go south when Chaldea docks near the Aventine hill. Chaldea is faced with choosing where in the entire city Nero would most probably be; this is narrowed down to two locations-- the Domus Aurea and the imperial capitol-- by the same voice Ritsuka heard back in London. They first try the Domus Aurea, but the entire place has been booby-trapped. EMIYA Alter then appears along with a coterie of guards. Siegfried stays behind to buy the party time to proceed to the imperial capitol. Once there, they encounter Cu Chulainn Alter; Martha steps forward and engages him, allowing Ritsuka, Mash, and Jing Ke to enter the capitol.

    Inside, the party's remnants discover Nero seated on the imperial throne; she welcomes them and praises a certain "Draco" for being right on the money as usual. The emperor says that this "Draco" is the one who's been keeping track of Chaldea's movements ever since they landed in Massilia. Nero could have annihilated them from the outset, but she let things come to pass due to her own flair for the dramatic. She rises from her throne, and the battle begins.

    Mash and Jing Ke's coordinated attacks manage to wear down Nero enough for Jing Ke to slit the emperor's throat with her Noble Phantasm. Nero goes down temporarily, but eventually gets back up thanks to the power of her Holy Grail. She proclaims that she's done toying around, and plants the Holy Grail inside herself to summon Dia-Bolus Sardis. However, thanks to the Germanic gold covering the entirety of the Eternal City, an additional attribute is added to the demonic beast, and it becomes Dia-Bolus Fafnir-Sardis. It attempts to end Chaldea's resistance with a breath attack, but this is blocked by Mash's Noble Phantasm, as well as dragon scales from an unknown source. As the smoke from the attack clears, Siegfried and Martha emerge, battered but victorious. The party's spirits quickly rebound, and they rally for one final push against Fafnir-Sardis. Eventually, the Demon-Beast-slash-dragon is felled by the release of Siegfried's Noble Phantasm.

    When the dust clears, Ritsuka finds Nero's Holy Grail in Dia-Bolus Fafnir-Sardis's mouth, and notes that its corpus has yet to disintegrate like all the other Dia-Boluses before it. It is at this point that a shadowed figure calling itself "Draco" appears atop the Demon Beast's corpse. It congratulates Chaldea on their victory, however short-lived it may be, and detonates Fafnir-Sardis's corpse. The explosion gravely injures most of the group and outright kills Jing Ke, who had been on her last legs after unleashing her Noble Phantasm. Farewells are therefore brief. Mash attempts to apologize for getting Martha and Siegfried caught up in this mess, but both of them stop her and instead encourage her and Ritsuka to head back to Chaldea.

    The corrective force's adjustments are mainly concern with the extensive property damage that occurred in the singularity: Darius III's escape from prison is instead attributed to Mount Etna's eruption, the casualties within Rome are instead caused by the numerous military campaigns during the Year of the Four Emperors, and emperor Nero's actions are revised to be those of a(n unsuccessful) pretender.

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    Seething Cauldron of Vainglory 沸騰独尊大釜

    • The singularity's main theme is pride (abnormally high or low self-esteem as the case may be) vs humility (an ordered understanding of the self in relation to others) and its main characters are Siegfried and Nero.
    • I feel very bad for Siegfried. He dies not even one volume into his home novel, jobs in his first outing in Grand Order, then is eternally treated as a meme by the game and the fandom. I wanted to rebuild his character's confidence a bit by initially placing him in an unfamiliar situation (the decidedly dragon-free (?) Roman empire) before being exposed to people who still believe in him and his ideals even though he's not in his comfort zone. This up-lifting action stands in direct contrast to Nero, who spends the last third of the singularity being taken down a few (thousand) pegs.
    • Speaking of poorly realized characters, I also gave Martha a mentor/big sister role because I despise her current incarnation, which is symptomatic of the Fateverse writers'-- a term that includes fan content creators-- fundamental misunderstanding of Biblical characters, saints, and Christians in general.
    • Idr which characters die in Arcade's story lines if any, so I thought having the party be critically damaged by Draco's shenanigans would be a nice way of cementing that the story is inching closer towards its climax.
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    https://forums.nrvnqsr.com/showthrea...48#post3180648

    Ritsuka Advantages:
    100%Adoration "remarkably lacking in biases and prejudices" | Counter Force | Border | Poison Resistance | Lord Camelot | Mystic Codes | Craft Essences | Command Codes | Determinator | Regen Command Seals (3 Party Rez) | Saint Quartz (Revive AP Gacha) | Heel-Face Turns

    Start dismantling them or adhering to them
    Examples: Arachne=Mystic Codes, LB_DaVinci=CraftEssences, LB_Writers(Mallory Dante Shakespeare)=Craft Essence Descriptions(Enhance Effect), Morganna=CommandCodes, ATLAS several Masters & common place PROMETHEUS Reactors for mana | Depower Mash due to Servant Mash having her full Spirit Origin/Graph & control over how much power the former has access to | Even discontented factions(If they exist) don't want to side with Chaldea

    Alvalion Advantages:
    "You will have not a single ally" "You are the evil of this land"


    Avalon Blessing
    Lostbelt Fame & Empowerment Source
    Citizens aware of conflict, PHH & Part 1 & 1.5 via media, (can't be persuaded to help)
    Missing/Unnecessary Fantasy Tree(Hidden Like Merlin's Tower^, surrounded by Avalon) Anchoring done by Rhongomyniad & other such Noble Phantasms collected & forged over the years
    Due to Fantasy Tree being freed up, Use it along with NPs^, to bring in refugees from other LBs that come in contact with Light Barrier(100 Norse Villages, Yaga, India, China), gain access to more Trees
    Andromeda Fantasy Tree(Filled With Heroic Spirits Cores from every LB | Grand Holy Grail War)
    Caliburn & Excalibur Combo(Counter Force Control) Depower Counter Guardians & Rogue Servant Support
    Unnatural luck & protagonist EX Gone(No Counter Force Support, Servants happier with LB history), no more blind loyalty or shadow Servant summoning(against LB nature)
    Fuyuki Ryuudou AntiSpirit Barrier(Around key facilities & as ambush)
    Tower of Avalon | VOID | Moon_Cell | Angelica_Cage (Imprison Captured until LB permanent)
    Mash, Fou, Lisa Connection(Further depower PHH_Mash, Tracking)
    Army Navy Aery Spacy Voidy
    Greatest Strategy=LB_Servants synchronize, like EMIYA & Shirou, with PHH_Servants, forced to admit which is better, get attached due to LB memories & wishes fulfilled.

    "Show me one metric by which you are more worthy to exist than us.


    Why must she suffer? Why must everyone abandon her? Why can she never be fully rewarded? Why must she settle for so little when she does so much?
    If no one else believes her to be deserving of more, if no one else will do it, than I will.
    She deserves better so I will be better.


    I will not choose to stop. Take me back & will just try again.


    Was I able... to show you a good dream? Were you glad to have been able to live this life? Were you, for even a moment... happy? Then it was already enough for me, now lets make sure there it is plenty for everyone.


    Despair is far more the enemy than death.
    More than wanting people to live, I want them to look forward to living. To look forward with hope, joy & enthusiasm & not just when they are in the throes of despair.


    I am the Dreamer, the greatest idiot.
    Your reality vs my dream... wanna bet on who wins?

    Caliburn didn't choose King Arthur, Caliburn chose YOU, so you will only be at your best when you are yourself instead of trying to fit the mold for the role that someone else made, you aren't a dime a dozen king, so don't act like one.


    Whenever you need me, even if you don't want me.
    Whenever you want me, even if don't need me.


    I think you deserve better, so I am going to make things better & I am going to be better.


    What do I want from her?
    I don't love her.
    I don't know if I love you.
    I just trust you, and think you are worthy & deserving of better & happiness, someone who understands me, who I also think I understand back and I would like for there to be more people like you, who makes experiences better by being around them.
    Oh wait that is the same thing.
    FUCK! FUCK! FUUUUUCK! owww... I love her...


    Don't love you "because" and or "just because" of a lot of things.


    If you wouldn't say or do it to someone else, you shouldn't be that harsh on yourself either, & if you would say or do something nice or kind for someone else you should also do it for yourself.
    If I don't like how you treat yourself, I also have to change how I treat myself.
    In loving you, I learnt to love myself.


    I love you, so you better get used to it, it is my job to make you cry from happiness."


    Truth
    Wisdom Honor Justice Charity Hope Patience Valor
    Wrath Pride Gluttony Sloth Lust Envy Greed
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    https://forums.nrvnqsr.com/showthrea...48#post3180648
    https://forums.nrvnqsr.com/showthrea...=1#post3182153
    https://forums.nrvnqsr.com/showthrea...=1#post3183505
    https://forums.nrvnqsr.com/showthrea...=1#post3183773
    https://forums.nrvnqsr.com/showthrea...=1#post3183993

    The kind of feedback I would like on this AU is, as PHH humans what questions do you have about this Lostbelt? What history would it have prevented that you are glad didn't happen & vice-versa? What PHH servants would be against it & why?

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    CounterForce Heroic Spirit Summon

    https://forums.nrvnqsr.com/showthrea...48#post3180648
    https://forums.nrvnqsr.com/showthrea...=1#post3182153
    https://forums.nrvnqsr.com/showthrea...=1#post3183505
    https://forums.nrvnqsr.com/showthrea...=1#post3183773
    https://forums.nrvnqsr.com/showthrea...=1#post3183993

    For this AU a rule I put in place for myself is that the Counter Force dumped all Servants all at once into the Lostbelts when they materialized AFTER the descent, except for those Servants already summoned before then, those being the Crypters' Servants & the Disciples (Caenis | Arturia Mash(rest of KoRT Morgan Merlin, etc... via shield & Arturia NP) | Sigurd | Changgong | Ashwathama | Daybit's | Anastasia). Only 1 of each Servant across LBs by the Counter Force, others may be summoned manually later so long as a version of them doesn't exist in that lostbelt already, example Charlotte is summoned by Counter Force elsewhere, but Odysseus would still be able to summon a version of her in Atlantis. Versions of Servants that differ after the LB differgence don't count as the same servant, meaning if the LB version of a Servant is summoned the PHH version can still be summoned.
    As for how they were distribuited, Counter Force is mysterious, but for starters Servants aren't sent to LBs they approve of or would want to stay as they are, they must want to help change or end them. Geographic or cultural affinity is also a factor. As is whether their abilities hard counter the threats in them.

    Servant Lostbelt Distribuition(so far)

    Disciples:
    Ashiya_Douman Muramasa_Sengo(Shirou) Grigori_Rasputin(Kirei)


    Wild card:Koyanskaya


    Crypter Summon:
    Caenis | Arturia Mash(rest of KoRT Morgan Merlin, etc... via shield & Arturia NP) | Sigurd | Changgong | Ashwathama | Daybit's | Anastasia


    Sion=Captain(Nemo+Triton)


    Russia
    Mozart Salieri Beowulf Billy Atalanta Avicebron
    -Gilles TawaraTōtā CalamityJane AnnieOakley RobinHood SakamotoRyoma Lobo PaulaBunyan Carmilla ElizabethBathory Cain TomoeGozen Geronimo Nikitich EdmondDantès Kiyohime


    Scandinavia
    Napoleon Brynhildr Sitonai
    -Sigmund Siegfried Uther Fergus Sétanta Fionn Chacha


    SIN (due to nature of LB only when throne is connected do they all get summoned until then they are on hold)
    JingKe LuBu RedHare ChenGong Spartacus XiangYu Li Shuwen QinLiangyu Nezha
    -HuaMulan OdaNobunaga NagaoKagetora Iskander Orpheus Asclepius Nightingale Xuanzang HōzōinInshun Boudica Hokusai Scheherazade Shakespeare Andersen Dumas Dante Virgil Homer Murasaki Sei EdgarAllanPoe EdogawaRanpo GrimmBros Penthesilea WilliamWallace Zenobia Voyager TzarIvan Attila Paracelsus


    India
    Karna(Surya) Rama(Vishnu) Sita(Lakshmi) Mibai(Alakshmi) Melt(Saraswati) Lip(Parvati/Durga) Jinako(Ganesha) Kama/Mara(flees, then brought back by Chaldea &or Peter) Raikou(Gozu Tennou/Indra) Kagetora(Bishamonten/Kubera) | Tell(Vayu) Asclepius(Yama) Nezha(Kubera)
    -Lakshmana Jack MataHari CharlotteCorday Jeanne MarieAntoinette Ashoka AbigailWilliams Lavinia BeniEnma Jekyll&Hyde AmakusaTokisada BB(Outer) Sakura5


    Olympus
    Greek_Heroes Roman Pirates Sailors
    Orion Astraea Chiron Europa, Jason Medea Heracles Peleus, Theseus Ariadne Asterios Daedalus Icarus, Circe Odysseus Achilles Paris Hector, Aeneas Romulus Julius Caligula Nero, Kintoki Evelynn Tesla Edison Helena, Francis_Drake Roberts, Bradamante Ruggiero Mandricardo, Chiyome D'Eon Sanson
    -Medusa Perseus Bellerophon Diomedes Ajax Menelaus Meleager Hippolyta Leonidas Longinus, Gilgamesh Enkidu Enmebaragesi HouYi RamessesII Nerfertari Moses Nitocris Cleopatra Arash David Sheba Martha Erice(Izanami) Hassans Lionheart, Scáthach Diarmuid, Ragnar Lagertha Bluetooth Vasco Magellan MarcoPolo Columbus EdwardTeach Anne&Mary Arachne Pandora Archimedes Himiko AbeNoSeimei Tamamo-no-Mae Ushiwaka Benkei Shiki KatoDanzo FūmaKotarō Babbage Eric YamatoTakeru



    Alvalion
    Vortigern
    -Arturia/Mordred/Kay/Bedivere/Gawain/Agravain/Gaheris/Gareth/Tristan/Lancelot/Guinevere/Pellinore/Morgan/Merlin/Ector/Bercilak
    Georgios Semiramis VladIII Genghis EMIYAs Medb Arjuna SuzukaGozen WuZetian SasakiKojiro OkadaIzō Moriarty Ibaraki ShutenDōji Mephistopheles Opera Salome AngraMainyu Samson YagyūMunenori DariusIII Watanabe YangGuifei MoriNagayoshi
    -Shisengumi(NagakuraShinpachi/KondōIsami/ToudouHeisuke/SaitōHajime/OkitaSoji/ItōIttōsai/Hijikata/HaradaSanosuke/HattoriHanzō)
    -Servantverse ProtoCamelot(ProtoArthur ProtoMerlin)


    Amazonia
    -Quetzalcoatl

    Leftover, Unused as of yet:

    Tried to make a list of all Heroic Spirits(Not counting class variations) including those not yet used, using wiki fandom & Create-A.Servant thread, does anyone know if anything similar exists

    Saber-Diego(Zorro)/Pwyll/Rhydderch/Charlemagne/Roland/Olivier/Ferdiad/Gordafarid/Masamune/MusashiPHH/Goliath/Hervor/Duryodhana/Shikhandi


    Archer-Dronacharya/FengMeng/NasuNoYoichi/Hayk/Egil/AgustinaAragón/Philoctetes/Teucer/


    Lancer-Conlaoch/Lugaid/Conall/Helen/Sisinius/MaríaPita/Benkei/


    Rider-Aífe/Astolfo/Yudhistira/Nakula/Sahadeva/MarcusAurellius/Agamemnon/Atilla/Barbarossa/SanadaYukimura/Kaguya/RudramaDevi/Minos/Kaikeyi/Pirithous/12PaladinsOfCharlemagne


    Caster-Cassandra/Prelati/VictorFrankenstein/Aleister/Jesus/Moses/Melampus/Midas/Deborah/Mangammal/Vibhishana/Draupadi/NicolasFlamel/Pocahontas/Ockham/StCatherine/Jezebel/Enoch/StPeter/ZhugeLiang/Pygmalion&Galatea/Tadhg/Louhi


    Assassin-SaintOlga/Clytemnestra/Elektra/Delilah/Sisyphus/ElliotNess/Meleagant/Hellsing/Iscariot/Kogā


    Berserker-Bhima/Ghatotkacha/Khutulun/
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    Desdinova, Aquarius was a nice read. It carries a lot of interesting concepts and plot points, but I gotta say the way you formatted everything worked against it.

    We're all posting summaries here but when you explain character and immediately reveal the mystery around them, or follow their introduction with what they'll do at the end of the story, it feels disjointed and keeps me from actually engaging int he plot.

    This isn't the fanfic thread so there's limits to what we're trying to do here, obviously, but I think putting some thought on how to make the singularity a narrative experience (even if it's a condensed one), would still benefit it greatly.

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    Can a lostbelt be more futuristic and have certain events occur earlier? (Eg: incineration of humanity)

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    Is there one goetia per time tree? I understand AAS affects the entire time tree but is there only one Goetia?

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    We're all posting summaries here but when you explain character and immediately reveal the mystery around them, or follow their introduction with what they'll do at the end of the story, it feels disjointed and keeps me from actually engaging in the plot.
    Yea, part of me was kinda worried that I'd put a bit too much in, honestly. I was sorta trying to get the character's roles and what goes on across a bit too much, I think. I'll try and work on that for Xanadu and the rest of the Horizon Gates. Thx for the feedback
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    Lostbelts can't go beyong the present year, but can be more advanced than PHH. Since Lostbelts are simulated after the pruning point, than yes? maybe a history that triggers the incineration earlier could occur, though the Foreign God incoming was what made it trigger. As for the Goetia question, in canon no idea. They say the other LEvs commited suicide so Flauros didn't take over, so I don't know if that points to multiple Goetia & Flauros or they were all primed to be possessed by the same Flauros. Also since it affected F/SN Fuyuki Singularity F then the incineration should have affected everything on the time tree between Babylon & the present at least.

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    Thanks, I'm trying to make a lostbelt where ritsuka is in it

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