|The Queen's Glass Game|
|Title:||Perpetual Engine - Maiden Empire|
The Queen's Glass Game: Perpetual Engine - Maiden Empire (永久機関・少女帝国, Eikyuukikan Shoujo Teikoku?) allows for Nursery Rhyme, a formless irregular servant created from the dreams of her master, Alice, with the Perpetual Engine relic, to take on any number of different shapes or ability sets. As a personification of the full body of British nursery rhymes, she can take on the forms such as Lewis Carroll's Alice and the monster from her short poem, known as "Jabberwocky." All of the in-game descriptions of Nursery Rhyme's abilities, skills, and Noble Phantasms are in a form of nursery rhymes. Its usage as a direct weapon has the effect of harming the enemy and restoring Caster's health.
Jabberwocky (ジャバウォック, ?) allows for Caster to create a large creature in the form of the Jabberwock.
Nameless Forest (名無しの森, Nanashi no Mori?) is a Reality Marble in which a forest is manifested, causing an opponent to forget their identity. The field effect may be broken by uttering one's own name. The Protagonist solves this by writing their name on their hand.