Saber (セイバー, Seibā?) is a Saber-class Servant able to be summoned by Ritsuka Fujimaru in the Grand Orders of Fate/Grand Order.



Saber's True Name is Chevalier d'Eon (シュヴァリエ・デオン, Shuvarie Deon?), the Knight of the White Lily (白百合の騎士, Shirayuri no kishi?). Said to be a woman who was a man, or a man who was a woman. A figure of legend from 18-19th century France. Both a soldier and a writer. The Chevalier D'Eon had a prolific career as a spy working for a secret agency that was hunted by great world powers, and was also a minister pluripotentiary and dragoon captain.[2]

When infiltrating the Russian Empire for a secret mission, they socialized with the Empress of Russia as Mademoiselle Lea de Beaumont, leaving behind anecdotes of having their beauty praised by the Empress and her retainers.[2]


It has been said that, regardless of dressing formally as a man, of behaving as a man, they were endowed with such a good looks that they could pass up for a lovely young girl. In fact, before coming to age, they were introduced to the high society while wearing a dress and earned themselves a reputation as a "beautiful woman".[2]

The weight is not from personal statement, but a conjecture based on the appearance.[2]

  • Gift of the Queen (王妃の贈り物, Ōhi no Okurimono?)

Chevalier d'Eon's clothes were gifted by the Queen of White Lilies.


Whatever they are alive or exists as a Heroic Spirit, whatever their body is that of a man or a woman, there is only one path for them to take. To remain as a knight of the white lily. D'Eon shall continue to offer their loyalty to the Master, and to the French royal family.[2]


Marie Antoinette


Fate/Grand OrderEdit

Orleans: The Wicked Dragon Hundred Years WarEdit

Chevalier d'Eon is summoned by Gilles de Rais as a Servant serving under Jeanne Alter, as a Berserker-Saber. Their mind is not, however, clouded by the madness of other Berserkers. When Ritsuka, Mash, and Jeanne come to La Charite to gather information about Orlèans, D'Eon is present along with Jeanne Alter's other Servants, though they do not fight the group. After the group escapes with the help of Marie and Mozart, D'Eon insults Carmilla for having an inferiority complex towards Marie after she said that she would kill her. They then ask if the woman with the Chaldea group was the real Jeanne d'Arc, to which Vlad III answers that their Jeanne is real as well. D'Eon replies that as Jeanne Alter's Servant, they will destroy the world as she desires, then departs.

A few days later, they report to Jeanne Alter that the Chaldea group is heading for Orlèans for their assault; Jeanne Alter then orders them to prepare for battle. D'Eon later fights the group along with Vlad III during the final battle between Ritsuka's party and Jeanne Alter's army, but both are defeated by the group. Before disappearing, they thank the group for freeing them from their madness, and then asks Marie for forgiveness.

Do Moon Goddesses Dream of Dango?Edit

Together with Marie and Sanson, d'Eon had stolen a load of dumplings that were originally transported to the Singularity by Artemis. However, they had to give most of the dumplings to Saint Martha, Georgios, and Sasaki as a sign of friendship.

Later while camping out in a forest, d'Eon is being fed dumplings by Marie. They then reprimand Sanson when he questioned about them taking three tons worth of dumplings despite Marie's orders. d'Eon then tells Sanson that Marie has one of finest bodies when he gets excited after Marie said all fat goes to her breasts, though they quietly say that Marie is alone in that uniqueness despite her claims otherwise. But, both d'Eon and Sanson suddenly sense the presence of Ritsuka, Mash, and Orion, with Mash depending that they surrender. However, d'Eon and Sanson both believing the Chaldea group to be mere criminals after hearing Mash's demand go to fight the group along with Marie. After the group defeats them, Mozart appears to help the French Servants, but d'Eon tells him to go to Vienna. Mozart then fights the group with the help of d'Eon and Sanson, though they dislike Mozart loping them with him and Sanson as perverts. However, they are once again defeated by the group, which causes d'Eon reprimand Mozart for being worthless in a fight. Then, when Marie returns the dumplings they had stolen, d'Eon. Then, when Marie states that her group couldn't eat three tons worth of dumplings after revealing to Mash that they gave most of them to another group, d'Eon states that they wished she thought about that sooner. They then become shocked when Marie gives Ritsuka a kiss goodbye.

Miss Almost Weekly Santa AlterEdit

Selling their old possessions to Julius Caesar, mistaking him as Santa Claus, d'Eon accidentally sells a treasure of the French Royal family to him. Caesar sells it back to them for three times its original price, but they are reprimanded by Marie Antoinette for their error.

Later, after Marie shoots down Santa Alter with her cannon, d'Eon fights her with Marie. After they're defeated by her, Marie reveals to d'Eon that she knew before the fight that Santa Alter wasn't the same Santa Claus from before, though she kept that fact from them due to wanting to keep the momentum of the fight. Santa Alter then tells them along with Marie and Astolfo to line up for their presents, which makes them ponders aloud if Santa Alter is actually a nice person despite her appearance. She is slightly insulted by d'Eon's comment, but then asks them to tell her more about French men fashion. They respond that they're not cross-dressing, and wonders if the Twelve Paladins of Charlemagne are filled with nothing but perverts due Astolfo and Roland. They are then, much to their confusion, given a maid outfit as their present, and then laments that they'll be single forever even as Servant when Santa Alter stated that the present was a message to make better food than Tamamo Cat if anyone marry them. Agreeing with Santa Alter when she refuses to give a present to Astolfo due to him not helping at Orleans, they tell him that even Atalanta appeared as an enemy. d'Eon then states their belief that Santa Alter is calling Astolfo an idiot who was late for the party by throwing a Halloween pumpkin at him, disagreeing with his belief that she was calling him cute.

Salomon: The Grand Time TempleEdit

Chevalier d'Eon is amongst the "Orleans" Singularity Servants to aid Chaldea against Demon Gods Pillars.[3]

Agartha: The Mythical Subterranean SocietyEdit

When the Agartha Singularity manifested, d'Eon secretly accompanied Ritsuka Fujimaru through the Rayshift along with Astolfo.[4]


  • Saber's sword

Saber's Noble Phantasm is Fleur de Lys. Saber's personal skills are Self-Suggestion (自己暗示, Jikoanji?) and Looks of Loveliness (麗しの風貌, Uruwashi no Fūbō?). Self-Suggestion is a powerful suggestion that has oneself as target. Possesses a high defensive effect against the effects of MagecraftsSkillsNoble Phantasms that influence the mind. At times a man, at times a woman. Even the body is made to change. Looks of Loveliness; Coupled with the attire, one is endowed with a beauty that makes difficult to discern the gender by means of an aura (not appearance). Plus modifiers are applied to checks when negotiating with both men and women. Also, effects that target a specific gender are disregarded.[2]


Creation and ConceptionEdit

Hikaru Sakurai is the scenario writer for Chevalier d'Eon in Fate/Grand Order.[1] Daisuke Moriyama is the character illustrator for Chevalier d'Eon.[1][2]


  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 1.16 1.17 1.18 1.19 1.20 1.21 1.22 1.23 Fate/Grand Order material I - Chevalier d'Eon, p.092-101
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  3. Fate/Grand Order - Salomon: The Grand Time Temple - Act 02: I / Blast Furnace Naberius
  4. Fate/Grand Order - Agartha: The Mythical Subterranean Society - Act 01: