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Nasuverse character
Caster
Normal | Normal (Rear) | Alternate costume | Swimsuit
Casual | Goddess | Original Design | Original Design (Rear)
Closeup | Takeuchi Design
Caster (Fate Extra)
Japanese name: キャスター
Also known as: Tamamo
Cas-ko (キャス狐, ?)
Franchise: Fate
Appears in: Fate/Extra
Fate/Extra CCC
Fate/Extra CCC Fox Tail
All Around Type-Moon
Japanese VA: Chiwa Saito
Character type: Servant (Master: Hakuno Kishinami)

Servant (Master: Twice H. Pieceman)

Gender: Female[1]
Height: 163cm[1][2]
Weight: 49kg[1][2]
Three sizes: B86/W57/H84
Blood type: Unknown[2]
Hair color: Pink
Eye color: Yellow
Likes: 4½ tatami mat of happiness[2]
Dislikes: The her on the earth[2]
Talents: Serious Break[2]
Natural enemy: Dark Studmon Seimei[2]
Image Color: Pink[2]
Secret Garden:

Caster (キャスター, ?) is the Caster-class Servant available to be chosen by Hakuno Kishinami in the Moon Cell Holy Grail War in Fate/Extra and Fate/Extra CCC

ProfileEdit

IdentityEdit

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Caster during life
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Caster's identity is Tamamo-no-Mae, a woman of astonishing beauty that served the retired Emperor Toba the end of the Heian era (794-1185). Known as Misukume (藻女, ?) as a child, she was said to be the human form of a white-faced, gold-furred nine-tailed fox. She started to serve the court at the age of eighteen, and later became a lady-in-waiting of Toba, under the name Tamamo-no-Mae. She became the favorite of Emperor Toba due to her beautiful face and great knowledge. The exact accounts vary, but her identity as a fox was later exposed by an Onmyouji investigating the cause Toba's illness at the time.

Her infamy grew at the plains of Nasu after fleeing from the court, and an eighty thousand man army was dispatched at the order of the retired emperor to kill her. She defeated the force, but eventually lost to humans during the second battle. Her corpse was said to have become the Killing Stone (殺生石, Sessho-seki?), which released a problematic cursed poison that killed approaching people and animals until it was shattered by the monk Gennou Shinshou and its fragments dispersed to three places in Japan named Takada. It's said that the remaining fragments that were scattered became the “split-tail foxes” and “spirit dogs” and were used as familiars by practitioners in each region.[3]

Castergoddess
Amaterasu
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Tamamo-no-Mae is a soul created from the sun goddess Amaterasu, and she is a unique facet of the goddess rather than a mere Earth Spirit. She is believed to be a nine-tailed fox spirit with many of the attributes associated with tantric deities known as Dakini, but she is frequently mistaken by many as one of the Inari or even sometimes as a manifestation of Buddha. She cannot be called a human-spawned Heroic Spirit as the facet of a goddess, but she willingly embraces the role in order to "become a good wife." Accepting the limits inherent in the role of a Servant, many of her original powers have been sealed away.

Her original source, Amaterasu, Golden White Face (金色白面, Konjiki Hakumen?), is the deification of the sun. She still exists despite being distantly ancient, and being a Divine Spirit of her class allows for the time axis to have almost no bearing on her. If someone were to look upon her normally in her mausoleum, they would be burnt to a cinder after seeing a huge sun. Hakuno, encountering her within a dream, sees a large golden-furred, nine-tailed Divine Spirit, and they are able to interact with her. Amaterasu is only the source of Tamamo-no-Mae, so that is not the form she would take on if she were to return to her full power.[4][5]

AppearanceEdit

  • Gym uniform
  • Shrine maiden outfit
  • Maid uniform
  • Swimwear
  • Boxers
  • Fate/Extra CCC - Caster's concept art.
  • Fate/Extra CCC - Caster's face concept art.

Caster has short pink hair and yellow eyes. Her standard outfit, Blue Witchcraft-User’s Clothes (, ?), are those in which she feels most relaxed, but she feels they are not aggressive enough for modern standards.[6] As seen in Fate/Extra CCC, when Caster was Twice's Servant, she had a more mature appearance; she chose to wear her hair in a high ponytail with the same ribbon.

PersonalityEdit

Caster is sometimes comic relief, being a goofy, silly, and cheerful young fox girl. Her cheerful personality at times is a brave face she puts on to hide her loneliness. She sometimes takes the battle and the situation each week of the game seriously. She falls in love with the protagonist, placing herself in the role of their wife regardless of their gender. She expresses that the most important thing over anything else is love. Her affection towards love came from observing humans, stating it was strange that that they were so happy in worshipping her personfication of Amaterasu. Seeing so many people fawn over her, she wanted to do the same for someone else.

Caster is easily jealous, citing frustration over Hakuno's relationship with Rin/Rani and refusing to lose to them. She is at a lot of times quite suggestive to Hakuno and can make some crude remarks. When angered or insulted, she can become quite harsh, throwing vile insults and threats to enemies who insult her and Hakuno.

Drawing from her own fate and the actions she took, she believes the intent of person is always important. While stating she would be fine with serving anyone in general, Caster states the person would ultimately need to be good or have good intentions to obtain her service.

RoleEdit

Fate/ExtraEdit

Caster is one of the selectable Servants in Fate/Extra along with Saber and Archer.

It is revealed that she was once the servant of the game's final antagonist Twice H. Pieceman before he gained Saver.

Fate/Extra CCCEdit

  • Caster's Secret Garden
  • Caster ending part 1
  • Caster Female ending part 2
  • Caster Male ending part 2

Caster is again selectable as one of the servants for Hakuno Kishinami.

In the prologue, Hakuno hears Caster's voice who begs Hakuno to wake up and remember her, but Hakuno has no memory on who the voice belongs to. Once Hakuno is devoured by BB's shadows, Hakuno once again hears Caster's voice and reaches out to her. Caster breaks the barrier to save Hakuno and took Hakuno to the new school. When she reached to the Far Side of Moon Cell, she wore her new costume.

In Chapter bad end, BB separates Hakuno from Caster. Hakuno travels to the World of Logo to search for her. Hakuno eventually regains Caster, unseals her noble phantasm and they both face BB's shadow Requiem.

She develops a rivalry relationship with Elizabeth. In chapter 7 Hakuno enters inside Caster's Innercore Harmonics. Hakuno temporary formed a contract with Elizabeth, they fought against the Zero Model of Caster.

In Caster's ending, Hakuno returns to the the Moon Cell Holy Grail War as seen in Fate/Extra.

The past versions of Twice H. Pieceman and Caster appear as a bonus boss fight. Twice's Caster attempts to act more seriously and has different hairstyle.

AbilitiesEdit

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Caster's other tails.
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Caster displays attacks like Curse: Fiery Heaven (呪相・炎天, ?), Curse: Frigid Heaven (呪相・氷天, ?), and Curse: Chaos Heaven (呪相・密天, ?). She can also use Charm: Spirit Theft (呪法・吸精, ?) to absorb energy from the enemy.

All of Caster's parameters are at a low E rank due to her Master's lackluster ability. Her strength and endurance have a slow growth rate, her agility has a medium growth rate, her luck has a fast growth rate, and her mana has a very fast growth rate. The eight other tails of her original form have also been granted Servant bodies. With her Origin Form, she becomes capable of feats like moving faster than light and the reversal of time. She can reduce the distance from the Horsehead Nebula back to the original galaxy to zero to instantly cross the distance. [7]

WitchcraftEdit

The Witchcraft that Caster uses is all physical phenomena performed with her own body. While common Magecraft is a program that "recomposes what exists around", Witchcraft is a program that "recomposes the raw materials in one's own body."

"This time there is only one due to the constrains of the Moon Cell, but originally I could produce a million troops from my multiple tails!"
—According to Caster's own words

Distant Land of the Torn BlossomEdit

Higanbana Sesshouseki
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Distant Land of the Torn Blossom (常世咲き裂く大殺界, Tokoyo Sakisaku Daisakkai?), translated as Land of Eternal Bane in the English localization, is a Skill that involves the use of the Red Spider Lily Killing Stone (ヒガンバナセッショウセキ, Higanbana Sesshouseki?). After her death, Tamamo-no-Mae turned into a rock named Killing Stone, which was tinged with a terrible curse-toxin and caused the humans and animals that approached it to die from poisoning. It was originally located in the plateau of Nasu, Tochigi, but later it was broken by a virtuous priest named Monk Gennou and then scattered in three locations in Japan that were called Takada. Furthermore, the remnants that were scattered at that occasion became Osaki Kitsunes and Inukamis and said to have been turned into familiars by many wizards from various places.

In the game, this Skill gives magical damage to the enemy while also causing a Poison status. However, it can only be activated when Caster's HP is below 30%.

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 1.11 1.12 1.13 1.14 1.15
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7
  3. Caster conversation

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