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The True Holy Grail War (本当の聖杯戦争, Hontō no Seihai Sensō?) and False Holy Grail War (偽りの聖杯戦争, Itsuwari no Seihai Sensō?) are two simultaneous Holy Grail Wars held in Snowfield in America.[1]

OriginEdit

After the end of the Third Holy Grail War in Fuyuki, an organization of magi from the United States, separate from the London-based Mage's Association, took data from the Fuyuki Grail War and planned their own version of the ritual, which would be held seventy years later, with the city Snowfield selected as the Sacred Land in which to hold the ritual.

ProcedureEdit

SupervisionEdit

WarsEdit

True Holy Grail WarEdit

False Holy Grail WarEdit

The False War is a primer for the true war, gathering enough energy by summoning six Servants. America based on the one in Fuyuki. Rather than fighting for a Holy Grail, the war is over a "False Grail", making the ritual hard to predict compared to that of Fuyuki. While it seems that the immense scale of the preparation for the ritual would have required a magi family of the caliber of a Great House like the Einzberns, the "Initiator" of the Holy Grail War has not appeared, nor do they give off any such presence of magi of their theorized stature.

The definition of "Summoning Rituals" is vague at best due to the flawed system, as shown by the summoning of Rider. After the fifth Servant is summoned, the False Grail wishes for the materialization of the sixth Servant, even through brutal force.

ParticipantsEdit

Servant Identity Master
Archer Gilgamesh Unnamed magus (Original Master)
Tine Chelc
Assassin Former Hassan-i-Sabbah candidate Jester Karture
False Berserker Jack the Ripper Flat Escardos
False Caster Alexandre Dumas Orlando Reeve
False Lancer Enkidu Wolf
False Rider Pale Rider Tubaki Kuruoka
Saber Richard I Cashura (Original Master)
Ayaka Sajyou
Avenger/True Archer Alcides Bazdilot Cordelion
True Assassin Hassan-i-Sabbah Faldeus
True Berserker Unknown Haruri
True Caster François Prelati Francesca
True Rider Hippolyta Doris Lusendra
Watcher Unknown Sigma

ReferencesEdit

  1. Fate/strange fake