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Nasuverse character
Qin Shi Huang
Japanese name: 始皇帝
Franchise: Fate
Appears in: Fate/Grand Order
Character type: Heroic Spirit

Qin Shi Huang (始皇帝, Shikōtei?), the First Emperor of the Qin dynasty, is a Heroic Spirit noted as the most celebrated figure in Chinese history.

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Qin Shi Huang was the First Emperor of the Qin dynasty. He was the target of a failed assassination attempt by Jing Ke.

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Fate/Grand OrderEdit

During Jing Ke's interlude, Qin Shi Huang is represented by a shadow Gilgamesh in a simulation of his assassination in Jing Ke's interlude in Fate/Grand Order.

The full assassination attempt is detailed in a short story about Jing Ke.

Fate/strange fakeEdit

The Kuruoka family obtains a catalyst to summon Qin Shi Huang as a Servant for the False Holy Grail War, believing that he will be a Heroic Spirit that requires deference even from the summoner. The mention the catalyst is a Noble Phantasm that they could also utilize themselves. He is never summoned due to their daughter obtaining Command Spells and her own Servant.

AbilitiesEdit

One of Qin Shi Huang Noble Phantasms has been recovered in modern times, and it is usable as a weapon even by normal magi as a Master's Noble Phantasm.

DevelopmentEdit

Due to his portrayal in Jing Ke's short story, some Chinese fans complained on Twitter to the writer of the story, Yuuichirou Higashide. [1]

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  1. Summary of the Tweets