Tarasque (タラスク, Tarasuku?), the Giant Iron Armored Dragon (大鉄甲竜, Dai Tekkō Ryū?) is the evil dragon who was tormenting the people of Southern France in the 1st Century. A gigantic head, a shell with sharp spikes growing on it, six legs, a long tail with spikes that contain a substance similar to scorpion poison growing on it; the Tarasque is a monster with these peculiarities. It is also reported to be the son of the Leviathan from the Old Testament. One of the Dragon Kind which can freely move on both land and water, the Tarasque lurked in the Rhone River, sinking ships and eating people. Its hard shell repelled all the blades and arrows from the warriors sent to subjugate it. It then spat fire and burned them all. The person who suppressed such an invincible monster was Saint Martha. The frightening monster fell madly in love with her. Martha is capable of summoning it as her Noble Phantasm.
The Dragon Shield that a Blade Shall Not PassEdit
Tarasque: The Dragon Shield that a Blade Shall Not Pass (刃を通さぬ竜の盾よ, Ha o Tōsanu Ryū no Tate yo?) is the Noble Phantasm of Saint Martha. It temporarily summons the monstrous Tarasque's shell, protecting Martha and her allies. A single ally's (the primary target) defensive power is drastically increased; otherwise, physical damage is nullified for a short duration.
O' Tragic Drake Who Knew Naught of LoveEdit
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"O', Tragic Drake Who Knew Naught of Love... Like a star!"
Tarasque: O' Tragic Drake Who Knew Naught of Love (愛知らぬ哀しき竜よ, Ai Shiranu Kanashiki Ryū yo?) is the Noble Phantasm of Saint Martha. It summons and allows usage of the monster, Tarasque. The reading is the same as "The Dragon Shield that a Blade Shall Not Pass". The Tarasque summoned as Martha's Noble Phantasm thoroughly burns and smashes the enemy camp into nothingness with its Giant Iron Armored Dragon's Scorching Great Spin Attack.
O' Tragic Drake RageEdit
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"O' Dragic Drake Who Knew Naught of Love, come. Like a star! Tarasque!"
"...Sei! There's nowhere to run!"
"Iron Fist Holy Judgement!”
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Fate/Grand Order Profile of Saint Martha, translated by Master of Chaos at Beast's Lair.
- ↑ 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: section on Saint Martha's Noble Phantasms, translated by You at Beast's Lair.