|Also known as:|| Tamamo (タマモ, ?)|
Cas-ko (キャス狐, ?)
|Appears in:|| All Around Type-Moon|
Fate/Extra / CCC / Foxtail
|Japanese VA:||Chiwa Saito|
|Character type:||Servant (Master: Hakuno Kishinami)|
|Likes:||4½ tatami mat of happiness|
|Dislikes:||The her on the earth|
|Natural enemy:||Dark Studmon Seimei|
Caster (キャスター, Kyasutā?) 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. She is one of the Servants of the Protagonist of the Grand Order conflicts of Fate/Grand Order.
Caster's True Name is Tamamo no Mae (玉藻の前, ?), a woman of astonishing beauty that served as a courtesan for Emperor Toba toward the end of the Heian era (794-1185). She is publicly known as a Kitsune (狐, ? lit. "Fox"), and is credited for catalyzing the downfall of the Shang Dynasty, among other powerful regimes. In the Genpei Seisuiki, she is associated with Dakini Deva, a tantric deity whose Japanese interpretation rode upon a fox; her power is invoked in one of Taira no Kiyomori's schemes for political influence.
In the Nasuverse, Tamamo no Mae is a soul originating directly from the sun goddess Amaterasu and therefore a higher order of being than the Earth Spirit of myth. Her manifested form is actually a Yakan (野干, ?), who suffers the fate of baring cursory resemblance to a Nine-Tailed Fox Spirit. She is also frequently mistaken for an Uka no Mitama, or one of the many fox spirit messengers under the employ of Inari Ookami.
In her background, she became curious about the lives of her worshipers, whose seemingly inconsequential lives were a source of fascination. Most perplexing was their devotion toward a deity with no name or shape. At first, she wanted to scold these creatures for their weakness, and enact divine retribution upon evil-doers, as was wont of the kin of a goddess. However, as she continued observing the human condition, she also learned of their great capacity for perseverance.
Able to smile in happiness despite the dark acts of their brethren or their frail stature, one generation could easily shrug off the regrets of the last, and continue to love. Tamamo no Mae soon desired to become a human, so that she could experience these emotions. She then relinquished her divinity and memories to reincarnate, as a young human girl, in the old province of Izumo. Her name was Misukume (藻女, ?).
As a child, she was said to be the human form of a white-faced, gold-furred nine-tailed fox. At the age of eighteen, she started serving the court of Emperor Toba, who had fallen in love with her at first sight. She would be his lady-in-waiting under her current name. She was the favorite of Emperor Toba, possessing great beauty and knowledge. However, her divine origins would eventually be her undoing.
One morning, her head had sprouted fox ears; she managed to conceal them for a month. From there, the exact accounts vary, but what is clear is that she was exposed as a fox by an Onmyouji. By her accounts, it was Abe no Seimei (安倍晴明, ?), a handsome man with shifty eyes and a soul black as the underworld, who had been investigating the cause of Toba's mysterious illness. Whether Mizukume led the emperor or their love was real is uncertain, and countless tales of the matter had differing answers.
She fled from the inner sanctum of the Imperial Court. They sent hounds after her and it was the first time in Japan's ecosystem that a fox had been hunted by Hounds. She fled and cried in the fields of Nasu (那須, ?) because she was hunted by those who claimed to love her. Foxes gathered around her. "You have come a long way." "What a rough journey you had." She wished the foxes to understand her feelings and hoped they would encourage her instead. It was then she realized who she truly was when the fox comforted her. "Aah, what a fool I was." She was betrayed and hunted by human who feared her. She did nothing wrong, she only tried to help them prosper. She was forced to flee the village simply because she was not human. Her infamy grew at the plains of Nasu after fleeing from the court, and eighty thousand man army was dispatched at the order of the retired emperor to kill her. The soldier came screaming "kill the fox demon!", she tried to apologize to them but nobody listened. She fought back "All right, let's do this!" and killed everyone.
The second encounter against the force, she regretted her actions and tried to reason with them. It rained arrows for three straight days and night and nothing seemed to register with them. Standing in a hail of arrows covered in blood, "I was not trying to fool anyone. I'll leave now so please just forget all about me." The assault continued from the human filled with hatred, she realized humans were fragile and their lives were precious. They were narrow minded, filled with hatred and self-righteous. She was wrong from the beginning, much like the humans and religion. Her perspective influenced her belief. Even though a goddess, she was a fool and she didn't realize her mistake until her final moments. No matter how much humans respected god and through priesthood try to understand and be one of them, their efforts are wasted. "There is no way for a human to become a god.", Tamano no Mae died screaming when shot by an enchanted arrow. She was hunted and killed as an enemy of mankind. She doesn't want revenge because there are things that even a goddess can't do.
Her corpse was said to have become the Killing Stone (殺生石, Sesshō-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. Furthermore, the remnants that were scattered at that occasion became Osaki Kitsunes and Inukamis and said to have been turned into familiars by many Magus from various places.
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. Even before becoming a servant, she killed untold numbers of people, possibly holding the world record for murder.
Caster is a therianthrope being with the appearance of a human possessing fox characteristics such as the ears and tail. She doesn't mind being called a fox since she thinks they are cute especially their fluffy ears. Caster has yellow eyes and long pink hair that she keeps tied it up.
She has a Shapeshift (変化, Henge?, localized as "Transformation") skill that allows her to borrow people's appearance and changing to their appearance, however she does not feel like making much of using this skill due to a trauma of the past that has resulted in her death. It is said that she is equivalent to China's thousand year old Huli jing (狐狸精, Kori-sei?, lit. "Fox Spirit"). Daji (妲己, Dakki?) is a Huli jing from the Shang Zhou Revolutionary Period, she is more well known with in the Fengshen Yanyi (封神演義, Hōshin-Engi?) Chinese novel. Daji also possesses this skill and the ability is somehow identified with Tammo-no-Mae. Assassin whose origin is from China identifies her to be Daji, calling her uncivilized and vicious fox.
- Blue Witchcraft-User's Clothes (蒼色の呪術服, Ao-iro no Jujutsu-fuku?) is her standard outfit, are those in which she feels most relaxed, but she feels they are not aggressive enough for modern standards. 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.
- Jet Black of magic clothes (漆黒の魔術服, Shikkoku no Majutsu-fuku?) is Caster's Gothic Lolita outfit in Fate/Extra CCC.
- Spring coloured modern clothing (春色の現代服, Haru-iro no Gendai-fuku?) is her casual clothing. In Takeuchi original design, she was in her human form.
- Sexy Bikini (せくすぃーびきに, Sekusyī Bikini?) is her bikini type swimsuit.
- Mythology Mystic Code of the Sun (太陽の神話礼装, Taiyō no Shinwa Reisō?) is a costume identical to Amaterasu.
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. Occasionally, she takes the battle and the situation each week of the game seriously. She doesn't think too much about the consequences of killing.
She becomes infatuated easily and she can't help liking the person she serves. She devoted herself to Hakuno and stood with Hakuno until the very end. To stand by her master until their spirit transcends reincarnation is all she wishes for. She falls in love with Hakuno, placing herself in the role of their wife regardless of their gender. She doesn't need the Holy Grail as her wish is to be a devoted wife of Hakuno. 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 worshiping her personification of Amaterasu. Seeing so many people fawn over her, she wanted to do the same for someone else. Drawing from her own fate and the actions she took, she believes the intent of person is always important. She will only serve those whose intentions and actions are ultimately good. 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. It doesn't matter if they are male or female, child or adult, or even a saint or sinner, only their intentions matter. That's is one principle she will never betray. Regardless of her notoriety, she wanted to serve someone with content. She likes to cook but not the actual food itself, she enjoys providing meals for her partner and watching them eat it. She also likes to receive presents from her partner but frowns upon cheap gifts.
Caster is easily jealous, citing frustration over Hakuno's relationship with Rin/Rani and refusing to lose to them. She is often 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. She was quite surprised with Rani's level of astrology that surpassed her and wished to meet her professor.
It is said that Caster would get along with Arcueid Brunestud because they share the same basic origins. When Assassin calls Caster as Daji, Caster was offended by his statement, she calls Daji an "evil, sadistic mongrel". There is a moment where Caster felt relatable to Lancer, as someone who is also misconception as a monster "how you love too much, nobody can understand you anymore. And what people don't understand, they fear".
Caster is one of the selectable Servants in Fate/Extra along with Saber and Archer. She is described as a magical fox girl. She responded to Hakuno summon because she heard Hakuno's calling. She claims it was like an arranged marriage since there was no spiritual connection between the two.
Caster sympathizes with Dan Blackmore because he prays for his wife's soul in the church. Caster mocks Archer for being a hero hiding in the shadows and speaks bluntly how Archer is becoming more like Dan Blackmore. Archer was flustered from Caster's response and almost unleashed his Noble Phantasm.
When Caster faces Gawain, she doesn't get along with Gawain as they both have the sun domains. She claims that Leo is a cool prince but that that is not necessary for a great king. She compares him to Toba and believes Hakuno will win over Leo.
After re-encountering her former master, Twice asked Caster her opinion about his plans. She claims that the Twice she once knew is gone and she refused to change sides.
Though she is not the chosen Servant of Hakuno Kishinami in the manga version, she does appear in the omake chapters. She does however make an appearance in Twice H. Pieceman's flashback when he tells Hakuno, Saber and Rin of his backstory.
Caster is again selectable as one of the servants for Hakuno Kishinami.
In the prologue, Hakuno hears Caster's voice begging 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 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.
Fate/Extra CCC Fox TailEdit
In Fate/Extra CCC Fox Tail, Caster is the main heroine and Servant of Hakuno.
Caster returns as a selectable playable character. This time, she will be facing other parties in an upcoming war and her main party consists of herself, her adjutant Karna, Elizabeth, and Lu Bu Fengxian.
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. Compared to an A rank Servant, she has nine percent of its power with a single tail. If she were to increase in tails, each one would increase her power exponentially by nine. She is weak as a Heroic Spirit but in the case that she is revived as an evil spirit (悪霊, aku-ryō?), she will undergo a transformation into a large monster that can defeat even 100 heroes. It is not just for show that she is called one of the Japan's Three Great Monsters. She is able to fool Moon Cell's surveillance and jam Twice's observation signal to avoid revealing Servant's data.
"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
She fights with her Noble Phantasm mirror called Eightfold Blessings of Amaterasu on the Weight Stone under the Sunlit Watery Heavens (水天日光天照八野鎮石, Suiten Nikkō Amaterasu Yano Shizu-Ishi?, localized as "Eightfold Blessing of Amaterasu"). She is capable of fighting close range combat with her mirror. The mirror levitates around Caster in battle, and she uses it to hit enemies in close combat. The Mirror is a symbol for sun and water, for life and death. It is a blessing of energy or blessed energy. There are other forms of this Noble Phantasm but this particular form fits her best. It doesn't have value as a single strike but is excellent in a long engagement.
Her class skill Territory Creation (陣地作成, Jinchi Sakusei?, localized as "Area Creation") is the skill to build a special terrain that is advantageous to oneself as a magus. Because it seems that her personality is not suited for it, Tamamo no Mae has difficulty in manufacturing even a Workshop allowing her to create minor amulets and other types of low-level talismans.
The Witchcraft (呪術, Jujutsu?, localized as "Maleficium") 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." It is related to Dakini heavenly methods, and includes methods to discern one's time of death, secret arts to obtain influence, methods to attain status and fortune (for men) and methods to gain the favor of influential individuals (for women). Due to a number of very harsh lessons impressed upon her in the past, Tamano no Mae no longer makes use of her still formidable skills in these areas.
- Curse: Fiery Heaven (呪相・炎天, Jusō - Enten?) - A fire attack that uses 30MP. Inflicts magic damage and Stun against BREAK.
- Curse: Frigid Heaven (呪相・氷天, Jusō - Hyōten?) - An ice attack that uses 30MP. Inflicts magic damage and Stun against ATTACK.
- Curse: Chaos Heaven (呪相・密天, Jusō - Mitten?) - An air attack that uses 30MP. Inflicts magic damage and Stun against GUARD.
- Charm: Spirit Theft (呪法・吸精, Jusō - Kyūsei?) - It absorbs energy from the enemy. In game, it absorbs enemy MP when using BREAK and requires 20MP.
- Curse: Void Cleft (呪相・空裂, Jusō - Kūretsu?) - It is a skill that Caster uses when she was Twice's Servant. A Void magic attack.
- Mantra: Aphotic Cave (呪層・黒天洞, Jusō - Kokutendō?) - A self applied skill that lowers damage and absorbs energy from enemy. It lowers damage and absorbs MP from enemy Skills and it requires 40MP. Decrease damage taken to 10%.
- Mantra: Bestial Sky (呪層界・怨天祝祭, Jusō-Kai - Onten Shukusai?) - Her magic ability greatly increased for one move. It boosts magic damage to 250% on her next move and it uses 30MP.
- Mantra: Merciful Sky (呪層界・怨天祝奉, Jusō-Kai - Onten Shukuhō?) - Magic ability greatly increased for one move. This Skill replaces Mantra: Bestial Sky and uses 50MP. Boosts magic damage to 400% on her next move.
- Distant Land of the Torn Blossom (常世咲き裂く大殺界, Tokoyo Saki Saku Daisakkai?, localized as "Land of Eternal Bane"), is a Skill that involves the use of the Red Spider Lily Killing Stone (彼岸花殺生石, Higan-bana Sesshō-seki?). 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%.
- Charm: Gyokutenhou (呪法・玉天崩, Juhō - Gyokutenhō?) - A series of powerful kicks that were referenced in the English Fate/Extra as "Polygamist Castration Fist" (一夫多妻去勢拳, Ippu-tasai Kyosei-ken?). It critically strikes against male enemies.
- Tamamo-chan increase (増えるタマモちゃん, Fueru Tamamo-chan?) - The value of experience after battle is increased by 5%.
- Breath of the Soul (魂息吹, Mitama-ibuki?) - Slight MP restoration at the end of battle. Restores 10% of Caster's total MP after battle.
In the planning stages of the Fate/Extra CCC game, Caster was planned to have Saber as her own personal rival until they decided all Hakuno's Servants would have Elizabeth as the rival. However, with the release of Fate/Extra CCC Fox Tail, it will explain the background between Tamamo no Mae and Amaterasu, and the plot includes planned elements for CCC that were cut from the game.
Creation and ConceptionEdit
Nasu Kinoko claims that Caster was the last character to be picked out of the three playable characters, at that time Nasu already decided to have Red Saber and Archer for Fate/Extra. It was thanks to Kazuya Niinō who helped Nasu design the character, he said to Nasu "I hope Caster is a very cute girl with Japanese style furry ears". Nasu thought it would be a good occasion to debut a character with cute animal ears for the male players. Nasu further explains that if he wrote Caster, she'd become a character with a lot of neurotic attributes, so he decided to pass it along to other writers to write. However Nasu gave Caster the top priority to start scripting because Archer already has a high popularity in "Fate" but his role was weak.
Takeuchi Takashi was the character designer for Caster and it was Arco Wada who refined the final design. Arco Wada didn’t expect a character with fox ears to come to life like she did, so Arco was very surprised about that and personally thinks Caster is an adorable character.
- In the Type-Moon's 10th Anniversary Character Poll, Caster was ranked 18th.
- ↑ 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
 Fate/EXTRA material - SERVANT Parameter and Skills: SERVANT CASTER, p.007
- Master: Main protagonist
- Identity: Tamamo no Mae
- Gender: Female
- Height, Weight: 163cm/49kg
- Alignment：Neutral Evil
- Strength: E
- Endurance: E
- Agility: B
- Mana: A
- Luck: D
- Noble Phantasm: B
■ Territory Creation: C
■ Witchcraft: EX
■ Shapeshift: A
■ Eightfold Blessings of Amaterasu on the Weight Stone under the Sunlit Watery Heavens
Range: 3 ~ 30
Maximum number of targets: Up to 100 people
- Master: Main protagonist
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5
 Fate/Extra - Caster Matrix [T]
True Name: Tamamo-no-Mae
Noble Phantasm: The Eightfold Blessing of Amaterasu
Keyword: Maleficum, Red Lily of the Killing Stone of Nasu
Strength: -, Defense: -, Agility: -, Magic: -, Luck: -
Area Creation: C, Maleficium: EX, Transformation: A
01 - The Eightfold Blessing of Amaterasu
A mirror wielded by Tamamo-no-Mae. It is one of the sacred treasures brought down from the Heavens by the god Takehinateru-no-Mikoto and was oringally kept in the great shrine in the Izumo Province. According to passages in the Chronicles of Japan, the mirror was later moved to a site in the Kawachi district as the behest of the Imperial Court.
The mirror is also known as Yata-no-Kagami and is frequently used in rites honoring the sun goddess Amaterasu. In addition to its importance in ritual observances, it is also thought to possess the power to bring the dead back from the afterlife. However, since Caster's rebirth as a Servant, this power is no longer accessible.
02 - Maleficum
The Witchcraft that Caster uses is all physical phenomena performed with her own body. While common Magecraft are programs that "recompose what exists around," Witchcraft are programs that "recompose the raw materials in one's own body."
According to Caster's own word:
"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!"
That is really suspicious though.
03 - Red Lily of the Killing Stone of Nasu
This skill involves the use of the infamous Killing Stone of Nasu. After her death, Tamamo-no-Mae's spirit began to haunt the area around this stone and also imbued it with a terrible curse that killed any creature that came near it.
Originally located in the Nasu highlands of Tochigi Prefecture, the stone was shattered by a virtuous monk by the name of Gennou who then scattered the peces across three places in Japan.
It is believed that the shards of the rock evolved into fox spirits known in Japanese as kitsune and inukami. The legends go on to say that these newly-born spirits were bound as familiars by wizards powerful enough to establish contracts with the divine.
０１ - 水天日光天照八野鎮石
０２ - 呪術
０３ - 常世咲き裂く大殺界
Territory Creation [C]
This skill allows one to create a reality tailored specifically to their skills as a magus.
Unfortunately for Tamamo-no-Mae, her personality is ill-suited for the task of manipulating reality and she has great difficulty even creating a small-scale crafting studio for creating minor amulets and other types of low-level talismans.
The sacred rituals of the Dakini goddesses. The rituals confer the abilities to perform such actions as foretell the time and place of one's death and manipulate the hearts and minds of both men and women. Due to a number of very harsh lessons impressed upon her in the past, Tamano-no-Mae no longer make use of her still formidable skills in these areas.
This refers to the abilities of either changing ones appearance or borrowing the physical form of another. As a kitsune, or fox spirit, Tamano-no-Mae is able to alter her appearance and even species at will. However, due to a traumatizing event in a past incarnation that resulted in her death and temporary damnation, she rarely, if ever, uses this ability.
01 - Character Background
In the final years of the Heian period, there was a beautiful courtesan in service to the Emperor Toba known as Tamamo-no-Mae. Born Misukume, she first entered the court as a servant at the age of 18, but quickly became a well-respected lady and a favorite of the emperor himself due to her incredible beauty and the depth of her intelligence.
While the stories become somewhat murky on this point, the most widely excepted theory is that an itinerant fortune teller visiting Emperor Toba's court discovered Tamamo-no-Mae's true identity as a nine-tailed fox spirit. Tamamo-no-Mae was denounced as the cause of the emperor's lingering illness and was driven out of the palace and onto the plains of Nasu, where she was killed trying to defend herself against an army of 80,000 soldiers sent by the emperor. While no one knows exactly what happened to her afterwards, it is believed that she was transformed into the legendary killing stone.
02 - "Dakini Deva"
While Tamano-no-Mae is generally believed to be a nine-tailed fox spirit with many of the attributes associated with the tantric deities known as Dankini, she is frequently mistaken by many as one of the Inari or sometimes even a manifestation of Buddha.
In the Fate/EXTRA universe, Tamamo-no-Mae is a soul that was created from the essence of the sun goddess Amaterasu, and as such is not merely a Earth spirit, but is actually a unique facet of the goddess from which she came. With this being said, it'd be a monumental mistake to classify her as one of the many human-spawned Legendary Souls.
However, she was willingly embraced the role of a Legendary Soul so that she could, in her own words "become a good wife." By deliberately accepting the limits inherent in the role of Servant, many of her original powers have been sealed away.
On a final note, as most deities are neither truly good nor evil, there are instances when Tamamo-no-Mae can be summoned as an evil spirit. Should this happen, she will transformed into a hideous monster capable of defeating a hundred heroes at once. In fact, when in this form, she is considered one of the Japan's Three Great Monsters.
０１ - 人物背景：
０２ - 『ダキニ天』
- ↑ 3.00 3.01 3.02 3.03 3.04 3.05 3.06 3.07 3.08 3.09 3.10 3.11 3.12 3.13 3.14 3.15 3.16 Fate/Grand Order - Tamamo-no-Mae (Caster), Translation by Master of Chaos
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 4.7
 Fate/EXTRA material - Character Profile: Tamamo-no-Mae, p.038
Tamamo no Mae
- Height: 163cm
- Weight: 49kg
- Blood type: Unknown
- Birthday: Unknown
- Image Color: Pink
- Talent: Serious Break
- Likes: 4½ tatami mat of happiness
- Dislikes: The her on the earth
- Natural enemy: Dark Studmon Seimei
- 身長: １６３ｃｍ
- 体重: ４９ｋｇ
- 血液型: 不明
- 誕生日: 不明
- イメージカラー: 桃色
- 特技: シリアスブレイク
- 好きなもの: 幸せ四畳半
- 嫌いなもの: 地の自分
- 天敵: 暗黒イケモン・セイメイ
- Height: 163cm
- ↑ Caster conversation
Fate/Extra CCC, CCC route
Even though you were flung to the edge of the galaxy......!
Even if this is a conceptual space, you should not have been able to cross that distance in an instant!
Are you able to fly faster than light?
Of course, I came flying faster than light!
At any rate, I won't let my master by seduced by a demon in this critical moment.
The reversal of time is nothing special as well, just reduce to zero the distance from the Horsehead Nebula to this galaxy.
This is called zero distance love!
 Fate/EXTRA material - Encyclopedia: Caster (Fox) [Servant], p.173-174 [T]
Caster (Fox) [Servant]
Caster is one of the main Servants who can make a contract with the main protagonist.
She is always smiling and has quite the precocious tongue. She is the trademark beauty of Extra with those lovely fox ears. She is usually called Cas-ko.
Just as the class name Caster implies, she is a magic user. She also features a Japanese-style design. “I’m gonna zap you ☆!”
She refers to herself with 私 (watakushi). She is unreserved like a gal (gyaru), and when trying to be cute for a boy she uses アタシ (atashi).
Unusual for a Fate game, she is so smitten with the protagonist that you might do a double take,
“Damn they even put this in?”
Her goal is to become the protagonist’s wife. She’s a realist and also devilishly cute in all areas unrelated to her goals or dreams.
She has a carefree attitude and always has love on the mind. She is an admittedly gal-esque Servant. However, fundamentally she is a logical realist. For example, she treats “god” as a system like existence. Sometimes this trips her up and she blurts out lines which don’t suit her usual carefree mentality.
According to Red Saber “She puts up a loose airhead front, but that girl’s true nature is really sharp.”
Cas-ko’s true form is an anti-heroic spirit, God-class… she is more or less a god.
Having lost most of her power, she is now on the same level as other human heroic spirits, however when the number of her tails increases and her spirit rank goes up to the highest level, it’s impossible for humans to comprehend her full power.
This is only natural, as the foundation of her being came from an offering to the sun. Thus, the scale of her existence is equivalent to that of the sun.
By the way, for each tail that returns, Cas-ko’s power increases by 9x. This means that in her max power state with all nine tails her power has increased by 99.
Supposing that we represent an A rank Servant with a numerical power level of, say, 100 (not including Noble Phantasms), Cas-ko with 1 tail has a power of about 9, and as you can see could never defeat an A rank Servant. But, as the number of tails increases… well it’s silly to even try comparing.
Her true name, which is something that should remain a secret, is quickly revealed from the start of the game. Having no interest in the Holy Grail War, and with a unique perspective of the world, she is clearly different from the other servants. Not to mention she is essentially a cheat character. She is the embodiment of a natural phenomenon: a god-class spirit. Why does she posses such a low spirit rank in game? Why does her behavior mimic that of humans? Please refer to her Special My Room to find out.
Despite being such a great god-class spirit, in the game she is the weakest Servant.
With her paper thin armor and inability to use Noble Phantasms it’s an easy game-over if you let your guard down. I understand, I understand, if only the setting had been made so that she was your childhood friend, then she would’ve truly been the best character, right!?
In any case, I would like players who choose Cas-ko to have the resolve to surmount the border of life and death.
On the other hand, after Cas-ko’s stats are upgraded, the second half of the game is a sure-victory cakewalk, regardless if the enemy is a weakling or a boss. The alteration of her soul boosts her magic power like crazy!
She likes trips to hot spring resorts (but not hot spring baths), and love-filled cooking (at least while doing the cooking), and giving presents to herself.
She hates dogs, only somewhat handsome guys, and people who disrupt her time alone with her Master.
She’s not too fond of loveable 100% airhead characters. She seems to have well learned the lesson that her half-baked airhead act never seems to come out ahead of the real deal. Dear Cas-ko, what happened in your past?
In CCC Cas-ko appears featuring an S&M bondage style + Goth Loli dress fusion design.
Even though she puts up a front pretending to dislike her attire she actually loves it, “As long as it’s cute, anything’s okay!”
The Heroic Spirit of Sweets doesn’t have the same pride that the other few Japanese style Servants do.
In CCC her rival is Passionlip.
Under normal circumstances Cas-ko is on the verge of death after taking a normal punch attack, so Passionlip’s huge one-shot lip attack means that she is an instant death monster as far as Cas-ko is concerned.
Furthermore, it seems that a narrow-minded tendency lingers from Passionlip’s yandere past, and this can prove to be quite irritating to Cas-ko.
Also, when talking about Cas-ko it’s impossible to skip over the amazing preferential treatment we gave her ending.
Who who imagine that she’d get a two CG ending event!? What is this recklessness?
And that ultra special final CG!!
Not to mention the ending differs depending on whether your character is male or female!
The “Say Aahhh” ending CG wasn’t in the plan from start, but after a developer meeting it was decided that the final event CG would be the Tamamo Nine. At that point we were short on time and budget but after consulting with Wada Arco we were able to make something out of nothing and helped us realize the “Say Aahhh” ending CG.
- ↑ Fate/Extra Visual Fanbook - Nasu interview, p.080