Type-Moon’s very first smartphone RPG has gotten a lot of Fate fans talking and hooked. However, there are many who are curious as to who the real identities of the servants from Fate/ Grand Order really are. Don’t worry though, because we have that covered.

The Fate/ Grand Order new smartphone RPG, which is now available for iOS and Android smartphones, has introduced plenty of new servants that players can summon within the game, and without further ado, here they are:

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SABER-class

King Arthur/ Artoria Pendragon

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Saber Alter (King Arthur)

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Saber Lily (King Arthur)

Saberlily

Emperor Nero Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus (Red Saber/ Saber Extra)

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Attila the Hun, King of the Huns, feared barbarian king who almost sacked Rome, Hero of Hungary

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Siegfried, hero of Germany, hero of the epic “The Song of the Nibelungs”

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SaberSiegGOStage1

Gaius Julius Caesar

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Gilles de Rais, hero of France, was also Caster in Fate/ Zero

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Charles-Geneviève-Louis-Auguste-André-Timothée d’Éon de Beaumont a.k.a. Le Chevalier d’Eon, hero of France, a noted Free Mason

SaberEonGOStage3

LANCER-class

Cú Chulainn

Cuchullain

Cú Chulainn (Fate Prototype ver.)

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Scathach, legendary female warrior who trained Cú Chulainn in Irish mythology

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Leonidas I, King of Sparta, legendary leader of the 300

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Musashibou Benkei, legendary Japanese fighting monk who served Minamoto no Yoshitsune, one of the new Riders

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Romulus, founder of Rome

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Elizabeth Báthory, Hungarian noble who killed 600 virgins and bathed in their blood to preserve her beauty, became the inspiration for the vampire, Carmilla, also known as Countess Dracula

CCCLancer

ARCHER-class

Shirou Emiya

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Gilgamesh

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Atalanta, legendary Greek archer and priestess of the hunter goddess, Artemis

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Robin Hood

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Arash, legendary archer of Iranian origin, immortalized in the poem, Arash the Archer

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Euryale, from Greek mythology, one of the three Gorgons along with her sisters, Medusa (Rider) and Stheno (Assassin)

Euryale

Identity: Unknown (for now)

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RIDER-class

Medusa

Rider

Alexander the Great (older)

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Alexander the Great (younger)

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Astolfo, one of the Paladins of Charlemagne

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Queen Boudica, legendary Celtic Queen who defied Rome and defeated them in various battles across Britain

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Edward Teach, Black Beard the Pirate

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Marie Antoinette, the queen of France who is famous for her words, “Let them eat cake!”

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Saint George the Dragon-slayer, patron saint of England famous for killing a dragon

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Saint Martha, tamer of the evil dragon, Tarasque

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Ushiwakamaru, also known as Minamoto no Yoshitsune, a legendary Samurai warlord

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BERSERKER-class

Hercules

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Lancelot of the Lake

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Lu Bu, legendary military commander from China, best known for his exploits in the Romance of the Three Kingdoms

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Spartacus, former Roman gladiator-turned rebel leader

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Asterion, the legendary Minotaur of Crete from Greek mythology

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Emperor Caligula, the mad Roman Emperor who appointed his horse to public office, is the uncle of Nero, Saber Extra

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Eric Bloodaxe, King of Norway known for his fierce Viking raids across Europe

BerserkerEricGOState3

Darius III, King of Persia who was defeated by Alexander the Great in battle

BerserkerDariGOState1

Kiyohime, from from the Legend of Anchin and Kiyohime, known for being a famous “yandere” in Japanese mythology

BerserkerKiyoGOState4

Sakata Kintoki (Kintarou), the son of Raijin and a cannibal witch, one of Minamoto no Yorimitsu’s Four Heavenly Kings.

BerserkerSakaGOState3

Tamamo Cat, one of the nine aspects of Tamamo no Mae, the caster from Fate/ Extra

BerserkerTamaGOState1

Vlad III (Vlad the Impaler, Vlad Dracula)

BerserkerVladGOStage4

CASTER-class

Medea

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Gilles de Rais

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Hans Christian Andersen

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William Shakespeare

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Cú Chulainn (his legends not only speak of him as a legendary spear man, but also a magician)

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Mephistopheles, also known as Mephisto in some legends, the demon who made a deal with Faust

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

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Zhuge Liang Kong Ming aka Lord El-Melloi II aka Waver Velvet, Rider’s master in Fate/ Zero

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ASSASSIN-class

Sasaki Kojirou

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Hassan-i-Sabbah

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Jack the Ripper

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Carmilla, the legendary vampire countess inspired by the lancer, Elizabeth Báthory

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Charles-Henri Sanson, Royal executioner of France under King Louis XVI, known for executing criminals via guillotine

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Dr. Jekyll

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Jing Ke, Chinese crown prince of Yan who tried to assassinate Qin Shi Huang, ruler of the state of Qin, is female in the game, just like King Arthur

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Mata Hari, famous spy/ double agent during World War I who served both France and Germany and is known for her bewitching beauty

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Stheno, the eldest of the three Gorgon sisters from Greek mythology

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The Phantom of the Opera

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RULER-class

Joan of Arc/ Jeanne d’Arc

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SHIELDER-class

Identity: Unknown

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Now that’s certainly one long list! Which ones surprised you the most?

The game is described as a “tour of human history” as players seek the grail across across seven time periods. For its gameplay, players can create parties of three servants which are summoned by “Divine Stones”. There will also be a unique scenario for each servant.

Images via Type-Moon Wikia