Caster's True Name is Mephistopheles (メフィストフェレス, Mefisutoferesu?), the demon of temptation that appears in Goethe's masterpiece, "Faust". Waging a bet with God on whether Dr. Faust would fall into depravity or not, Mephistopheles attempts to pull him into the path of evil. Mephistopheles exhausts all arts of coaxing and succeeds into enticing Faust into the path of evil. However, just before his soul was cast into hell, Faust had his soul saved by a loved one.
... Of course, it is different in "reality". The excellent magus Faust coined a single Homunculus. Naming him Mephistopheles, Faust was very affectionate to him, but was betrayed as if it was only natural and died.
LegendEditGeorg Faust is the model for the protagonist in Goethe's play, "Faust". He is an alchemist and astrologer, and he contracted with the demon Mephistopheles.
Mephistopheles is the demon of temptation in "Faust" that was said to have played a bet on whether he can corrupt Dr. Faust and God.
In the end, Mephistopheles was defeated in this bet, his wish did not come true, and he was unable to acquire Faust's soul, but it is said that the real Faust, in the middle of his alchemy experiment, was killed in a bombing and had his whole body broken apart. It did not become clear if this was Mephistopheles carrying out his contract, or whether something else was the main cause of Faust's death.
... In this work, Mephistopheles is a kind of Familiar casted by Dr. Faust; namely, a kind of Homunculus. Dr. Faust, with his gifted engineering, has advanced homunculus technology several generations ahead of his time, but due to his strange nature and sense of aesthetics, he strengthened the Homunculus' ego. A Homunculus that is exceedingly quite human———that is the key part of "Mephistopheles"; furthermore, by being clad in that legend, the Caster Servant Mephistopheles was born.
"I am born to be a Servant."Pay special attention to his face that feigns ignorance. Indeed, it may not become known that while perhaps, he was born to become a Servant, there is never a person that he calls his Master———
“Ah, the fiend! The fiend! The fiend has come! It's Mephistopheles! The foulest fiend in all the world!”
At a first glance, Mephistopheles seems to faithfully work in a cheerful manner. However, he basically thinks of his Master as nothing but "a toy to entertain himself with" and will try to drive his Master into despair if given the chance. In other words, one just has to take the proper attitude as a magus and do not trust him.
In the case where his Master restrains every way for him to decide with his reasoning, Mephistopheles will unwillingly accept the relationship between a master and a servant. Basically, he does not take up the "disobeying one's commands" attitude. However, it is said to be a different story of how he properly understands and acts on the commands. And from there progressing one step even further, where a situation appears in that the Master deepens their bond with Mephistopheles while accepting all that is childish and wicked, it seems he will fight while gambling his life for the sake of his Master with pleasure and while laughing.
This genius demon is not always lonely. Ok, he is just a little lonely.
Mephistopheles appears in the singularity under the name Kuroda Mephisto. When Toyotomi Gilyoshi becomes angered by Ritsuka and Mash's desire to fight him, he is ordered, along with Takenaka Andersen, to give him a plan. However when Takenake says that he doesn't have a plan, Kuroda calls it a shame, and then wonders if he'll appear in the Christmas event. Then, after he is defeated along with Toyotomi and Takenaka in battle against the group, Kuroda calls it a shame that they were defeated, but offers the group a tea pot as a present. The tea pot is then taken by Mash, but he reveals it to be a bomb before disappearing.
London: The Death World in the City of Demonic FogEdit
Mephistopheles is summoned in the London Singularity from the "Demonic Fog" surrounding London. He is one of the Servants serving the group behind the fog, "Project Demonic Fog".
Mephistopheles is met by the Protagonist's party in the apartment of Victor Frankenstein, who Mephistopheles kills before they had arrived. Mephistopheles confesses his actions and then attacks the party, but is ultimately defeated.
Salomon: The Grand Time TempleEdit
Salem: Taboo Epiphany GardenEdit
In his interlude, Mephistopheles confronts Faust.
Creation and ConceptionEdit
- ↑ 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 1.16 1.17 1.18 1.19 1.20 1.21
 Fate/Grand Order - Caster Profile [T]
Mephistopheles - Caster
Illustrator and Voice actor
Voice Actor: Takehito Koyasu
Noble Phantasm: B
Innocent Monster: B
Territory Creation: C+
Item Construction: B
Ticktock Bomb: Dozing Bomb
Type: Anti-Army Noble Phantasm
Alas, the demon! The demon! The demon has come!
Is Mephistopheles! That vile demon!
Level 1 Bond
Alignment: Chaotic Evil Gender: Male (?)
Not a human, but neither a demon.
Level 2 Bond
Mephistopheles is demon of temptation that appears in Goethe's masterpiece, "Faust". Waging a bet with God on whatever Dr. Faust would fall into depravity or not, Mephisto attempts to pull him into the path of evil.
Level 3 Bond
Mephistopheles exhausts all arts of coaxing and succeeds into enticing Faust into the path of evil. However, just before his soul was cast to hell, Faust had his soul saved by a loved one.
Ah, how magnificent of a happy end!
Level 4 Bond
...of course, it is different in "reality". The excellent magus Faust minted a single homunculus. Naming him Mephistopheles, Faust was very affectionate to him, but was betrayed as if only natural and died.
Level 5 Bond
- Innocent Monster: B
Contract demon ■■■■■■■■■. The name of a monster that had his past and way of being has been distorted by means of the image born from his deeds while alive. The abilities・figure ended up being transformed. In his case, there is nothing but merits in that transformation.
At a first glance, he seems to faithfully work in a cheerful manner.
However, he thinks of the Master as nothing but "a toy to entertain himself" and will try drive the Master into despair if given the chance. In other words, one just have to take the proper attitude as magus.--do not trust him.
メフィストフェレス - キャスター
ああ、悪魔！ 悪魔！ 悪魔が来たぞ！
- Innocent Monster: B
- ↑ 2.00 2.01 2.02 2.03 2.04 2.05 2.06 2.07 2.08 2.09 2.10 Fate/Grand Order material I - Mephistopheles, p.314-325.
- ↑ Fate/Grand Order - Salomon: The Grand Time Temple - Act 05: IV / Control Tower Barbatos