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



Saber's True Name is Gaius Julius Caesar (ガイウス・ユリウス・カエサル, Gaiusu Yuriusu Kaesaru?). One of the greatest heroes of ancient Rome.[2] A person of the 1st Century BC.[1] An outstanding sovereign and a general that made a name for himself in the Gallic Wars and the Britannia Expedition. A descendant of the goddess Venus, it has been said that this womanizer had a child with a fairy that was far from human.[2] He is also known by his English name Julius Caesar.[1]


A superpower that continues to struggle with power struggles and wars, its name is Rome. Being the world’s largest assembly, if one wants to climb the ranks, not only does one need strength based on a sword of a savage tribe of a savage land, but it is also necessary to sharpen one’s intellect by means of conflict. An enormous vortex of cruelty.[1]

Then, Caesar was born————[1]

The current state of the Roman ruling classes is that they kill and are killed, incidentally by means of trickery. Although he was temporarily away from the capital of Rome, Caesar himself chose to plunge into the vortex of conspiracies after Roman dictator Sulla died. His first move was applying an impeachment of the governor-general for his corruption and oppression of the people of the Roman provinces. Bringing him down with nothing but his speech, Caesar additionally, even during the time of the Roman consul that had tremendous support and popularity, advocated with his voice, words, hand movements and bodily gestures that the government should not be instigating on the good will of the Roman citizens by means of evil intentions. His truth has become his sword, and surely his tongue as well.[1]

  • Commentarii de Bello Gallico (ガリア戦記, Garia Senki?)

Nights passes where he schemed to kill his enemies while protecting his life. These two objectives were being repeated. After continually coming out favorably in his successful career, he took up a new post as Roman governor of Hispania Tarraconensis. Then, after carrying out a triumphant return from bringing down the Orient and promptly defeating numerous powerful resistances that have yet to obey the Romans, Caesar became a Roman consul. Thus commences the origin of the First Triumvirate, the Gallic Wars. Repeatedly suppressing and crushing his oppositions such as the Gauls, the Belgae, the Germanics and the Aquitanians, and occasionally having hard battles during his strikes on Britannia, Caesar took and subjugated the whole land of Gaul over several years. He won the title of the strongest general and received tremendous support from the masses. After the death of one of the three triumvirs, Crassus, the other triumvir who remained, the great commander Pompey, parted from Caesar and was later assassinated. Caesar then became the most powerful person in Rome in both name and reality.[1]

And then, he met her. In Alexandria, the capital city of Egypt. It was love at first sight on Cleopatra, the ceremonial wife of Ptolemy XIII Theos Philopator of whom they are joint rulers, but the former worthy enough to be a queen. He himself was 40 years old while his companion was a young girl, separated by 20 years in age. His steel resolution started to creep into his foundation, this being by no means his feelings for her. Speaking of the characteristics of her beauty, her heightened pride regards her own people and country, and now, it is as if that temperament and pride became her form. Upon seeing that, Caesar swore to protect the beautiful young queen. For him who freely proceeded with marriages and divorces to come about his purposes of political strife, and for him who was handed many women for him to flirt with, this was his first love.[1]

Together with Cleopatra, Caesar dreamt of the second coming of the powerful “Roman Egyptian Empire” that King Iskandar once accomplished. Subjugating Egypt and removing Ptolemy XIV, he invaded every kingdom near Egypt one after another and gained total control of the Roman Senate faction lurking secretly in their countries. After gaining total control of Hispania, he finally accomplished the subjugation of the Roman Republic. Caesar reigned over ancient Rome as the first lifetime Roman dictator. He tells his beloved queen: “There is no one who will hinder me. I seized all of Rome. As soon as the expedition of the Kingdom of Parthia is successful, I will certainly and officially welcome you as my wife and announce to the world far and wide of our son Caesarion.[1]

But, it was not done. Caesar truly did have all of Rome in his hands, but the vortex of cruelty surrounding Rome, becoming something like a curse, did not allow love and peace to continue every day. That is, it came in the form of a single blade. At the Theatre of Pompey, Brutus, a loyal retainer of his who became a tool for the remnants of the Roman Senate faction, raised overhead a single knife————[1]



A cunning man. An ambitious person that excels in trickery.[2] His gaze is perceptive and it hides a dangerousness and bottomlessness that one cannot neglect.[1] Endowed with a large ambition and frightening intelligence, Caesar is a master of speech and ingenuity. A genius of incitement. He loves women.[2] He also loves Rome, to which he loves the successive Roman emperors in general.[1][2] He loves the world. He has a habit of repeating similar words three times in a row.[2]

Caesar does not regret his past life that was filled with the numerous trickeries he committed so long as he lives, even if those trickeries were what lead him to his death. However, as he deeply regrets having made his beloved Cleopatra cry for he believed that he had treated her cruelly, he thought that “it was troublesome” to unravel plots until he became a Heroic Spirit and Servant.[1][3] His wish for the Holy Grail is to “reunite with Cleopatra and recognize both her and his son Caesarion”, because he would scheme before long, among other things.[1][2] However, he has grown tired of scheming and backstabbing.[3]Enough of conspiracies. Just let me hug my boy, my boy.[2]

Caesar claims that the incident in Gaul is what made him mature. The battlefield is not something he could bring himself to love. He realized it was human nature to love the ideals of peace and tranquility. In regards to his feelings about Gaul, he states that it wasn't a bad place in comparison to the bloody scheming of Rome, claiming that the affairs of the battlefield might be a little more preferable for him.[4]


Beloved partner. Caesar regrets having died before he could recognize his son Caesarion as his own child as well as proclaiming that Cleopatra was his wife. Having turned into a Heroic Spirit and Servant, he currently has a deep love for her. (Although he has said "It's a different story if there's a good woman in front of me.")[1]
A respected great. Cleopatra and Ceasar dreamt of the second coming of Iskander's great empire—creating a Roman Egyptian Empire.[1]
His esteemed Divine Ancestor. Without him, the Roman world would not exist.[1]
Caesar naturally likes Nero.[2] Cute descendant. Super cute. Loves her. She's like a grandchild to him.[1]
Feels like seeing his younger brother. "That moon goddess maybe should make a few more allowances..."[1]
Ritsuka Fujimaru
Caesar will fundamentally not betray his Master.[1][2]I'll warn you now, Master. Be sure to not let pride be the end of you.[1] Even the words spoken with mingled sarcasm are advices from the bottom of his heart.[2]


Fate/Grand OrderEdit

Septem: The Eternal Madness EmpireEdit

Caesar is summoned in the "Septem" Singularity by Lev Lainur Flauros as one of the emperors of the United Roman Empire. He leads a group of soldiers in Gallia (Gaul). Caesar later challenges Ritsuka Fujimaru, Mash Kyrielight and Nero, who have come to defeat him, encouraging his soldiers to retreat as he does so. He is defeated by them, but, being impressed by Nero, tells them that the Holy Grail of the Singularity is in the capital of the United Roman Empire. Before fading away, he also hints at the leader of the United Empire, saying that he would be curious about how Nero would react when she meets him.

Do Moon Goddesses Dream of Dango?Edit

Encountering the the travelling group of Saint Martha, Georgios, Sasaki Kojirou, Caesar convinces them to give him half of their dumplings to him. Later, he eats the dumplings with Caligula, but Ritsuka Fujimaru, Mash Kyrielight, Artemis eventually arrive, with Mash demanding they return the dumplings. After feeling insulted that Caligula constantly compares him to round things, Caesar asks the group if they're here for the dumplings, and tries and fails to convince them that he made the dumplings. Then, after failing to convince the group that he's Nero Cladius, Caesar says that he took the dumplings because he sensed an evil plot involving them. He then continues that he'll give the group back the dumplings, saying that they'll sell the dumplings at triple their price, and that he'll take their earnings but pay them double the worth of the dumplings. However, his business pitch is rejected the group, so he ends up fighting them with Caligula. After being defeated by the group, he becomes shocked when he sees Altera coming out of the bag of dumplings, wondering how she got in the bag. Caesar then joins the group in fighting Altera, and after her defeate, he rejects yet appreciates Ritsuka's offer for him join the Moon Festival at Chaldea. Before disappearing he gives Ritsuka and Mash a warning that the real culprit of the dumplings theft has still not been found.

Salomon: The Grand Time TempleEdit

Caesar is amongst the "Septem" Singularity Servants to aid Chaldea against the Demon Gods Pillars.[5]


In his interlude Nostalgic Merits (懐かしの勲, Natsukashi no Kun?), Caesar goes to a battlefield in Rome with Ritsuka and Mash in order to escape from the tainted feeling he got from his constant schemes in life. Remnants of the United Roman Army then appear and attack the group. After being defeated, the United Roman soldiers retreat, but Caesar goes after them with Ritsuka and Mash following. Arriving at a fortress, the group encounters another Caesar that is a manifestation of Caesar's past escapism. After defeating the other Caesar, the group returns to Chaldea with Caesar having become stronger.


Having become a Heroic Spirit, Caesar's materialized body retains his superior intellect that brought him victory in many battlefields, expressed by his possession of a high rank in the Military Tactics Skill.[1][2] He excels in trickery, possessing a frightening intelligence. In fact, his ingenuity and military exploits is expressed as his Military Tactics Skill, having lead his troops to victory in many battles while alive.[1]

Caesar is a genius at Incitement, displaying it in an extremely powerful manner.[2] They are the acquisition of words and gestures to lead the citizens and the masses. Especially, when employed against an individual, it functions as a sort of mental attack.[1][2]

His Charisma is from having the Roman citizens' exuberant support; seeing his success as a general in the Gallic Wars, there's really no need to ask if Caesar is charismatic.[1]

He has a low ranking Divinity since he is descended from the goddess Venus and deified after he died; Caesar has Divine Spirit aptitude even if the rank is low.[1]

Caesar's Noble Phantasm is Crocea Mors.[2] He claims that being summoned in the Saber-class is a mistake and is not a correct use of his abilities.[3]


Creation and ConceptionEdit

Shima Drill is the character illustrator for Gaius Julius Caesar.[1][2] Hikaru Sakurai is the scenario writer for his character.[1]

Shima Drill released a muscular version of Caesar on Twitter on April Fools' Day.


  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 1.24 1.25 1.26 1.27 1.28 1.29 1.30 1.31 1.32 1.33 1.34 1.35 1.36 1.37 1.38 1.39 1.40 1.41 1.42 1.43 1.44 1.45 1.46 Fate/Grand Order material I - Gaius Julius Caesar, p.062-071, translated by You (Part 2) at Beast's Lair.
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  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Fate/Grand Order - Gaius Julius Caesar's My Room Lines
  4. Fate/Grand Order - Gaius Julius Caesar's Bond Craft Essence: Commentarii de Bello Gallico
  5. Fate/Grand Order - Salomon: The Grand Time Temple - Act 03: II / Intelligence Room Flauros