|Appears in:|| Fate/Grand Order|
Garden of Avalon
|Character type:||Human, Servant|
Galahad was a later addition to the Round Table, especially famed for his escapades in the search for the Holy Grail. He was a "saint who was the only one to obtain the Holy Grail, just to return it to heavens."
Galahad's father, Lancelot, comments that Mash is wearing her hair in a similar style to him. In Tristan's Ascension art, there is an image of an unknown Knight of the Round Table with similar hair that may correspond to this comment.
Galahad was the second, and mostly failed, attempt to summon servants by Chaldea. He was summoned within Mashu, but disgusted by Chaldea's various inhumane experiment. Realizing Mashu will immediately die if he leaves, he instead chose to hibernate. When Chaldea exploded, he formed the Demi-Servant contract with her. Mashu obtained his fighting experience, skills, and Noble Phantasm, but lacks even knowledge of who is fused with her until later in the story. After granting her his skills and Noble Phantasm Galahad faded away.
He was briefly mentioned in the original novel of Fate/Zero when Saber fought against Berserker. As Berserker revealed his true identity, Saber was tormented on how she led her kingdom. She thought of her knights and wondered if they had left this world with resentment and unwillingness. Saber claims that Galahad had lost his life in the line of duty.
Galahad possesses the Noble Phantasm Lord Camelot, and his only confirmed skill so far is Mana Defense, a defensive counterpart to Mana Burst that Mash is able to use through the Demi-Servant skill Possession Inheritance.
While there is little mention of his martial skills, Bedivere notes it is not his combat prowess being most outstanding, but his mentality.
 Fate/side material - Encyclopedia: Sir Bedivere [Person's name], p.061 [T]
Sir Bedivere [Person's name].
The knight who tended the final moments of King Arthur.
He was the last remaining knight who returned the holy sword back to the lake according to the King's orders.
Lancelot, Percival, Galahad were some of the popular knights of King Arthur's who embarked on the quest for the Holy Grail, but they were actually junior knights who joined later for the quest.
The earliest and most famous knights who swore allegiance to King Arthur included Ser Kay, Ser Gawain, and Ser Bedivere. They had histories even older than King Arthur's.
Ser Bedivere's name was thought to be derived from the ancient War God of the Celts, Bedwyr.
By the way, Ser Bedivere was not aware that Artoria was a girl.
- ↑ Fate/Zero - Act 16 Part 7 -03:52:18