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anime figure: Fate/Grand Order Avenger/King of the Cavern Edmond Dantes 1/8 Complete Figure the lowest price is ‎JPY from character King of the. From the smartphone game Fate/Grand Order comes a figure of the Avenger-class servant King of the Cavern Edmond Dantès! This special Ascension version. Summary: In which the Protagonist of Fate/Grand Order is a horny young man fully willing to abuse his position and power for sex.

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Nendoroid Fate Grand Order - Avenger King of the Cavern Edmond Dantes

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Freya Yuki

The Servant Summer Festival event is currently ongoing in the Fate/Grand Order (#ad) (FGO) mobile game. I already wrote a post about the results of my pulls on one of the banners that came with this event. That should have been the end of that. There shouldn’t be any part 2 because I was done pulling. That’s why I ended the first post already. So what’s this post about then?

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This post is still about pulling on the Servant Summer Festival banners. This was totally not planned though. How did this happen then?  

Future Banners in Fate/Grand Order

I decided to take a look at the list of banners that the English or Global version of Fate/Grand Order was set to get in the future. I wanted to see which Servants were coming and when they were coming. As I went though the list, I noticed that none of the upcoming Servants really interested me. I didn’t feel like I needed to pull for them or that I wanted to save for them. 

I also noticed that the Servants I was interested in drawing weren’t set to arrive until way later. And we’re not even talking about just a few months. They weren’t set to arrive this year. There were some who won’t even show up until like a year later or something. 

And so this got me thinking - since there isn’t really anyone I’m interested in pulling for this year, why not just draw on any one or all of the current Summer Serva Fest banners? I could just save again afterwards. Besides, I barely have any resources left now, so what difference does it make anyway? I could just give it a try. I’m not really expecting to get anything though. I guess I just wanted to try pulling some more. Well, why not anyway, right? So that was exactly what I did.

Servant Summer Festival Pickup 2 Summon Banner

The second Servant Summer Festival banner features the following characters:

  • 5-star SSR Avenger Edmond Dantès, the Count of Monte Cristo
  • 4-star SR Caster Gilgamesh
  • 3-star R Archer Robin Hood
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Servant Summer Festival Pickup 2 Summon Banner Draw Results

I only had 3 Summon Tickets on hand. Throwing them all on this banner gave me nothing but trash. So I decided to do a multi-draw. A gold Caster card showed up. It turned into 4-star SR Caster Gilgamesh.

I already have a copy of Cas Gil so this isn’t new. In fact, my Cas Gil is actually NP3 (Noble Phantasm Level 3) so the copy I just got now will let me increase his NP Level to 4.

Other than Caster Gilgamesh, the only other gold I got on this draw was the 4-star Craft Essence (CE), Art of Death (apply 25% Special Attack [Humanoid] for yourself). The 2 copies of 3-star R Caster Avicebron will finally let me get him to NP5.

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Overall, this was a pretty meh pull. I mean, it’s not like I’m even using Avicebron. Mine isn’t even fully leveled yet. I can’t recall a time wherein I decided to equip Art of Death. More often than not, really basically all the time, I have my DPS equipped with CEs that give starting NP charge such as Aerial Drive or Golden Sumo: Boulder Tournament. 

My Cas Gil is doing fine at NP3, and it’s not like I use him all the time or something. His skills aren’t even maxed. I have mine at 9/6/9. I’m reluctant to max them since he has long skill cooldowns. I worry it won’t be worth it since he’s not a constant in my parties. There’s also the fact that I’m just really stingy with my materials since farming is a pain. 

Actually, I don’t farm anymore. I think the last time I actively farmed for Ascension and Skill Up materials was way back when I first got 5-star SSR Caster Waver (Zhuge Liang (Lord El-Melloi II)) and I only did because he’s one of my fave Servants. Nowadays, I just rely on the shops that come with events, and it’s worked well enough for me. It helps that the Summon rates in FGO are so crappy that I almost never have new Servants to level up. So the Ascension and Skill Up items I obtain just pile up, unused. Sometimes, I don’t even bother to clear out all the contents of event shops.

Servant Summer Festival Pickup 1 Summon Banner

The first Servant Summer Festival banner features the following characters:

  • 5-star SSR Archer Jeanne d'Arc
  • 4-star SR Lancer Ibaraki-Douji
  • 4-star SR Assassin Ushiwakamaru
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Servant Summer Festival Pickup 1 Summon Banner Draw Results

After such a crappy pull from the Dantes banner, I decided to go to the first banner and throw my remaining Saint Quartz (SQ) there instead. This is where I pulled before. Thankfully, I managed to get Archer Jeanne to NP2. Now I’m hoping she’ll come home a third time.

I should have waited before pulling though. See, the thing is, Ibaraki-Douji and Ushiwakamaru have days wherein they’re the sole 4-star that’s on rate-up. There are also days where they’re both on the banner. When I first pulled for Jeanne, both were featured and I was able to get multiple copies of them. 

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Now, my Ibaraki-Douji is at NP5 while Ushiwakamaru is at NP3. As such, since I wanted to pull on this banner again, the best thing to do would be to wait until Ushiwakamaru’s solo rate-up so I could get the chance to possibly NP5 her.

But I was too impatient. I didn’t want to wait. I wanted to try pulling already. I shouldn’t have done it. I regret pulling now. No, I didn’t get another copy of Ibaraki-Douji. That would have been much better since at least I can sell the 6th copy for some Rare Prisms. Instead, all I got from this draw was crap and more crap. There was nothing new to see here at all. The dupes weren’t good at all either.  

Servant Summer Festival Pickup 2 Summon Banner Draw Results

Such a crappy draw brought me back to the Dantes banner where I decided to do another multi-pull. I had the sounds on, but I didn’t bother looking at the screen as the Summon animations played. I wasn’t really expecting anything, considering the results of my previous draws. 

So the next time I glanced at the screen, I was being greeted by the sight of a golden Caster card that soon turned into Caster Gilgamesh. Welp, looks like my Cas Gil is now NP5. Not exactly complaining. Still, wouldn’t it be nice to get a new Servant instead? Ah, well, what can you do, right? The Summons weren’t over yet and the next card was trash as usual so I just looked away again. The next time I glanced at the screen, it was to the sight of this golden card. 

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OMFG! Was super hyped to see a golden Servant card even though I didn’t even know what I was gonna get. I was just glad I wasn’t getting yet another 3-star Servant or CE. You know, it’s been a long, long while since I’ve seen this type of card that, initially, I had no idea which Class this corresponded to. It was only after the card revealed itself that I finally knew this image symbolized the Avenger Class.

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Yeah, I can’t believe it either. Somehow actually managed to Summon 5-star SSR Avenger Edmond Dantès, the Count of Monte Cristo. *Speechless* Seriously, I have no words for this. Just- OMFG! So freaking hyped. Wow! Just wow! 

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My only other Avenger is 4-star SR Avenger of Shinjuku, Hessian Lobo. I actually got 2 copies of him but I haven’t bothered to fuse them together to increase his NP Level. He’s at max level but all his skills are at Level 1. The reason for that is the same as to why I haven’t increased his NP Level. It’s because I’ve hardly used him. Not only are Ruler enemies super rare, there’s also the fact that the friend support list exists. If I need an Avenger, I almost always just borrow one from my friends. After all, a lot of them even have Avengers that have been Grailed to and/or that are at NP5 and with max skills. The few times I’ve used Lobo were whenever we weren’t allowed to borrow a friend support and I was up against a Ruler enemy.  

The Summons weren’t over yet, so I looked away again. The next time I glanced at the screen, I saw yet another golden Avenger card. OMFG! Seriously? Definitely not complaining. Just can’t believe this. I mean, I’m still reeling from the shock of getting my first 5-star Avenger. 

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Plus, I already got a 4-star from this draw. Am I really getting another gold Servant again? Well, it could be just be another copy of Hessian Lobo. AFAIK, he’s currently the only 4-star Avenger. Not that it matters either way. This pull was already awesome enough as it was. I’m already more than pleased with the results of this draw.

So the gold Avenger card finally finished revealing itself. It turned into- *Screaming* Cue keyboard mashing and more incoherent screaming. OMFG! Can’t believe this. Is this for real? Feels like a dream. Seriously, did I really just get another copy of the Count of Monte Cristo? *More screaming* Ahh! So hyped! So happy! Can’t believe this! I have no words for this! Just, OMFG! He came home. Twice. Thank you, thank you. 

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Honestly, I never thought this would happen. I mean, I barely had any SQ left. I thought I’d just end up getting nothing as usual. Heck, the results of my previous draws had me starting to regret the decision to waste what little Saint Quartz I had left. Now no more regrets. I’m glad I decided to pull. I think this is one of the best pulls I’ve ever gotten here in FGO. It’s really freaking awesome. 

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Aside from Caster Gilgamesh and 2 copies of the Count of Monte Cristo, I also got another copy of Art of Death as well as one of the featured CEs, 4-star Sunset Jam. Since I already had a few copies of Art of Death from other banners, these copies I just got finally let me MLB said Craft Essence.

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Increase Servants Noble Phantasm Level

I increased Avicebron’s NP Level from 3 to 5. I did the same for Caster Gilgamesh. 

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I also got Edmond Dantes from NP1 to NP2.

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Edmond Dantès, the Count of Monte Cristo

I was worried I didn’t have any more resources to max out Dantes because I’d already given everything to Archer Jeanne. No, seriously, I got Jeanne from Level 1 to Then I decided to Grail her to Level , which cost me even more Exp cards and QP. Then I got all 3 of her skills from Level 1 to 10 which also cost a lot of QP. It definitely put a dent on my stash of materials.

Since I wasn’t sure I had enough resources left, I decided to hold off on Leveling up Ibaraki-Douji and Ushiwakamaru. Now I’m glad I did that so I could use my remaining Exp cards to Level up Dantes. I had to retrieve the stash of Exp cards I’d saved in my Second Archive to finish getting him to Level I haven’t made up my mind yet on whether to Grail him or not, which is a good thing because I’m all out of Exp cards. So even if I wanted to Grail him right now, I wouldn’t be able to.

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To my surprise and relief, I actually had enough materials to get all of the Count’s skills from Level 1 to But now my stash is really in need of replenishing. The same could be said about my QP. I had so much before I got Jeanne and Dantes. Now my QP’s at an all-time low. All my resources are at an all-time low. The Lottery event can’t come soon enough.

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Anyway, I also did the Rank-Up Quest that would buff Edmond’s Noble Phantasm.

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As I played through the Servant Summer Festival event, I was able to acquire Edmond Dantes’s costume, the Monte Cristo Selection. To unlock this, I needed to spend more materials, so it was probably better to hold off on doing this for now. But I couldn’t help it. I wanted to have the costume now and so I readily spent the materials necessary to unlock it. No regrets. I like Dantes’s other Ascension appearances, but I like this costume too. I enjoy being able to change his look depending on what I feel like seeing.

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This happened before I got Cas Gil to NP5, but I also spent the materials needed to unlock his costume (known as Establishment) as soon as I was able to obtain it from playing through Serva Fes. The only costumes I didn’t unlock are Robin’s as well as 5-star SSR Moon Cancer BB’s. I don’t have even a single copy of BB so even if I wanted to, I can’t unlock her costumes. 

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I have Robin and he’s even at NP5 (not exactly an accomplishment considering 3-stars are very easy to get) but mine isn’t even at max Level yet. Even before Jeanne thankfully came home, I already had way too many Archers so I’ve never needed to use Robin. It’s too bad. I actually like his costume. But I felt it wasn’t worth it to unlock it if I wasn’t even using him. Ah, well, maybe some other time.

I took Dantes to a few battles. He’s good even if he’s up against enemies where he doesn’t have Class advantage. His Attack stat is also really quite high. While I’m glad about that, I also couldn’t help but be rather sad when I noticed how much lower Archer Jeanne’s Attack is when compared to Edmond’s.

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Even when Grailed to , a Level 90 Edmond still has higher Attack than Jeanne. Yeah, it bothers me, but I already knew this. I mean, I already knew that Jeanne wasn’t meta and that she has low Attack when compared to her fellow 5-stars. It didn’t matter to me though. I rolled for her because I like her. If I was rolling for gameplay reasons, I wouldn’t bother since, apart from her not being meta, like I said, I already have way more Archers than I know what to do with.

As for Dantes, he is meta, but I hadn’t planned to pull for him. Heck, I never would have thought I’d be able to get him with what little SQ I had left. I’m glad I have him though. I do like him, and having him in my Chaldea now, I just ended up liking him even more. Which is why I’m sad that I don’t have the support that makes him meta, the one that really makes him shine.

I’m talking about 5-star SSR Caster Scáthach-Skaði. I didn’t even try pulling for her. I skipped her in favor of Jeanne who showed up a few banners after Skadi. Sure, I can borrow a friend support Skadi, but it’s not the same as having your own so you can have 2 Skadis supporting Dantes or any other Servant with a Quick-type Noble Phantasm. Ah, well. Too bad, right? 

Servant Summer Festival Pickup 1 and 2 Summon Banner Single Draw Results

My last multi-draw where I got the Count of Monte Cristo left me with only 30 Saint Quartz. Really, that should have been the end of this pulling spree. Edmond came home, and I even got him to NP2. The same could be said for Jeanne. My Caster Gilgamesh and Lancer Ibaraki-Douji are both at NP5. Assassin Ushiwakamaru’s at NP3. 

I’m not really interested in the third Servant Summer Festival Pickup Banner which features 5-star SSR Moon Cancer BB, 4-star Saber Medb, and 4-star Foreigner Mysterious Heroine XX. So there was no more reason to pull. Besides, I highly doubt I’d be able to get any more golds with only 30 SQ.

Unfortunately, not pulling is easier said than done. I don’t know. I guess I still felt like drawing. I decided to do single draws this time. I alternated between the banners that featured Dantes and Jeanne. As can be expected, most of the results of my draws were terrible, to say the least. What a waste of SQ. I regret this now. Wish I hadn’t done this.

I did get one of the featured CEs, the 5-star Hero on the Beach.

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But it’s not that good, especially since there’s no way I can MLB this.

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A gold Lancer card also showed up in one of my single draws. This turned into 4-star SR Lancer Nezha. Sure, I’m glad I got a new Servant. Still, I do wish I had gotten an SSR instead or something other than a Lancer since I already have NP5 Ibaraki-Douji. 

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Apart from her, I also already have a few other Lancers. The ones I use most often are 4-star SR Lancer Altria Pendragon Alter (LAlter) and 4-star Lancer Parvati. LAlter’s at NP3 with all her skills maxed while Parvati’s at NP2 with her skills at 10/9/  

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I wouldn’t be able to use Nezha now anyway since I’m all out of resources. Besides, so far, Lancer Alter and Parvati have worked well enough for me. And I can always borrow a friend support Lancer if necessary. Furthermore, since Ibaraki-Douji’s at NP5 while I only have a single copy of Nezha, I’d say Ibaraki’s summer version gets the priority when it comes to who I’d level up first once I have the resources needed to do so. 

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Conclusion

So, what about you? What do you think about the Servant Summer Festival event? Did you pull for any of the summer Servants? Feel free to share your thoughts and opinions by leaving a comment below or by reblogging this post.

Notes:

  • pics are from mynewextsetup.us; links shown above
  • screenshots are from my Fate/Grand Order game account
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Nendoroid - - Fate/Grand Order - Avenger/King of the Cavern Edmond Dantes

[Pre-Order] Nendoroid - - Fate/Grand Order - Avenger/King of the Cavern Edmond Dantes
For more info on pre-orders, please email [email protected]

Pre-Order Price: $58
Deposit: $18
Pre-Order Deadline: July 26,
Estimated Arrival: Q1-Q2

From the popular smartphone game "Fate/Grand Order" comes a Nendoroid of the Avenger-class servant King of the Cavern Edmond Dantès!

He comes with a standard expression face plate and smiling expression face plate. A handheld version of his hat is also included, along with a cup and saucer based on the "Freshly Brewed Coffee" craft essence.

AWESOME FOR:
- lovers of SD/chibi figures
- kids, nieces, nephews
- self-respecting fans of Fate/Grand Order
- dioramas and recreation of scenes from the anime/video game
- decoration
- toy connoisseurs

PRODUCT DETAILS:
Materials: ABS, PVC
Approx. height: mm
Stand included

Set Contents:
- Avenger (Edmond Dantes) figure
- 2 Face plates
- Hat
- Handheld version of his hat
- Cup
- Saucer base

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Edmond Dantès

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Also known as:

The Count of Monte Cristo
The King of the Cavern
The Vengeance Demon

Normal classes:
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Strength:

Endurance:

Agility:

B[1][2]

A+[1][2]

C[1][2]

Mana:

Luck:

NP:

B[1][2]

?[1][2]

A[1][2]

Avenger

A[1][2]

Oblivion Correction

B[1][2]

Self-Replenishment (Mana)

D[1][2]

Determination of Steel

EX[1][2]

Golden Rule

A[1][2]

Wisdom of Predicament

A[2]

Monte Cristo Mythologie

Anti-Unit[1][2]

C[1][2]

Enfer Château d'If

Anti-Unit/Anti-Army[1][2]

A[1][2]→A+

Attendre, Espérer

Anti-Unit[1]

B[1]

Edmond Dantès&#;(エドモン・ダンテス, Edomon Dantesu?), Class NameAvenger&#;(アヴェンジャー, Avenjā?), is an Avenger-class Servantsummoned by Ritsuka Fujimaruin the Grand Ordersof Fate/Grand Order.

Profile[]

Identity[]

Popularly known as The Count of Monte Cristo&#;(モンテ・クリスト伯, Monte Kurisuto-haku?) and the King of the Cavern&#;(巌窟王, Gankutsuō?), the individual who possesses the world's greatest popularity as an avenger.[2]

The story of the King of the Cavern is treated as a literary creation by Alexandre Dumas (pere), but it has been confirmed in modern times that the "Abbe Faria" who guided Edmond when he was imprisoned on the Château d'If actually existed[2]

Dumas and Edmond had met as Dumas was dining in a high class restaurant.

History[]

Living as a seaman in Marseille, Edmond was torn away from his love Mercédès after being imprisoned in the hellish Château d'If due to a false charge derived from an unscrupulous conspiracy. However, he did not fall into despair thanks to his mind of steel, and during his imprisonment, he met the similarly imprisoned Abbe Faria, who guided Edmond.[2]

  • Château d'If&#;(シャトー・ディフ, Shatō Difu?)

After escaping his prison, Edmond eventually acquired the treasure of the Monte Cristo island, learned that his love and covetous affection towards Mercédès had been trampled upon and snatched away from him, and began a tragic revenge plot while concealing his identity. He swooped down upon Paris, dragging down the people who once deceived him, now the many leading figures reigning over France, into hell. At the end of his journey, he was reformed through his anguish and regret, leaving with his mistress Haydée – an Albanian princess who had been sold into slavery by Fernand de Morcerf (formerly Mondego), who had also betrayed Edmond, before the Count of Monte Cristo rescued her and eventually fell in love with her.[2]

That stern way of life; the revenge tragedy that concealed his identity; the love and covetous affection towards his lover Mercédès, which was trampled on and snatched away; and the journey that resulted in his reform due to his anguish and regret, are all applauded by the people - not only from France, but from all over the world - and he is remembered as "the most famous avenger in the world."[2]

Strange Tales of Heroic Spirit Lore ~King of the Cavern, Edmond Dantès~[]

October One year before enacting his vengeance, the Count of Monte Cristo carried out another tale of revenge as he had to avenge Abbe Faria, who he considered a second father. Faria was falsely accused as a rebel plotting the Italian unification and was imprisoned in the Chateau d'If by the "Three Wise Men" who desired the treasure of Monte Cristo.[3]

While waiting for the first one, Father Angelo Braga, to appear after inviting him to his home, Haydée warns Edmond that he should not have brought Angelo here, but Edmond tells her to go away as it is not yet time for the two of them to meet. When Concetta comes to his room to tell him that Angelo has arrived, she asks if he was talking to someone, and he says that it was just a phantom.[3]

The Count and Angelo talk over dinner. The Count was investigating the church and Angelo went for him who knows the location of the treasure. Edmond reveals how through knowledge, he was taught everything, from knowing how to live to how to fight, by Abbe Faria and calls him his second father, while also revealing that this was all a trap to lure Angelo who is one of the Three Wise Men who got Faria imprisoned. The food was poisoned and Angelo has taken a lethal dose, but it doesn't work because of his special Assembly of the Eight Sacrament training and he attacks Edmond. The Count attacks him with a pistol, but it can't even scratch him, so he has Concetta activate a trap which blows Angelo up along with the whole mansion. Angelo does barely survive but the Count finishes him off with one of Angelo's Black Keys, piercing his chest while he was surprised that monsters also have hearts. Then, Edmond declared that one is down.[4]

The Count of Monte Cristo moves to Rome to continue his revenge plot. While attending to an opera, the Count and Concetta discuss about their next objective. The target is a cardinal, and the plan is to lure him with money.[5] After that, one of Edmond's informants, one of many he has all over Europe, is killed. While at first the killing was thought to be by bandits or pirates, Concetta says that it "went over the line". The second set of killings was of a man who started an investment company in Spain, and his wife and 5-year-old daughter. The Count's group are the only ones who realize that these killings are connected as the man who was killed was one of Morrel's associates. The killings continue, and some of the corpses are left without a drop of blood.[6]

Edmond is sure that the killings are the doing of one of the Three Wise Men and is furious. The killer left behind a message by spelling out a word, letter by letter, with the organs of his victims: Tarantella. Edmond wonders if this is really how the Church works, if Tarantella is just crazy, if this is vengeance for Angelo, or if he's just playing around with people's lives. He tells Concetta to prepare, and they start a counterattack by spreading information that the Count of Monte Cristo would be holding a huge party as bait, and they rent the whole Villa Medici for this purpose.[7]

Haydée shows again and warns Edmond that this is way too dangerous. She wants him to live, and says that Faria would have wanted the same. Edmond says nobody knows what the dead want, and all he's doing is ridding himself of his own sorrows. Haydée wishes she could heal him of his sorrows, but Edmond tells her to begone, and to wait for him on the other side beyond love and hate.[8]

Tarantella shows up and notices that there is nobody else at the "party" besides him. He recognizes the Count by his white hair and explains that Faria turned his back on the Holy Church when he said that he wanted to save all life. Edmond says that those are the Church's teachings, but Tarantella explains that's just the Church's front, and the truth is different. Edmond says that they're a bunch of heretics, bloodstained murderers who themselves turned their backs on the Messiah and the Prophets, and activates a trap which fires spears at Tarantella, and then another trap which binds him with chains made to subdue tigers, but Tarantella breaks out easily. Edmond shoots him in the forehead but Tarantella gets back up and pulls out the spears.[9]

Tarantella uses a white lightning that burns Edmond and defeats him instantly, but doesn't kill him because he still needs to interrogate him. The Count asks if the Church is all composed of monsters, and Tarantella says that not all members have this power. The cardinal is a mere weak human for example, who isn't even an Executor - an inquisitor of the Sacred Church who represents the Will of God - like Angelo or Tarantella. Edmond is enraged by the claim that they're doing God's work and gets up again, blocking Tarantella's vision with his coat and stabbing him in the heart with a knife. Tarantella says that he's not just a mere Executor either, and asks where that foolish criminal Faria's treasure is while hitting Edmond with more of his lightning Magecraft. Edmond answers that both Tarantella and Angelo are idiots as there is no such thing as a "treasure". Tarantella observes that Edmond is imprevious to torture, as he doesn't fear death, or pain, or damage to his body, thinking that time in the Chateau d'If made him strong, so he says that he'll have Edmond recall what pain is like by destroying one of his belongings, and leaves. Edmond regrets listening to Ali and Concetta and not using explosives in the traps and accepts it was his own loss. Haydée calls out to the Count again and he asks her to give him more power. She says he already has it within him.[9]

The Count arrives to the inn where Concetta was waiting for him, but he is late and Tarantella finishes sucking Concetta's blood dry just as he arrives. Edmond realises that Tarantella is a Blood-Sucking Demon, a Vampire. Tarantella says that comparing him to Lord Ruthven makes sense, but that's not quite it as he is another thing, and presents himself by revealing his true name, Michael Roa Valdamjong, a being that devours humans.[10]

Faria wasn't able to tell Edmond about Dead Apostles and Michael Roa Valdamjong, the Monster of Ego and the evil reincarnator who dwells inside the hidden side of the Church, because the vampire put a curse on him. But Faria left Edmond "the treasure of darkness" he stole from the Church that would one day help Edmond out when he one day faces a non-human enemy that he would lose to - The Treasure of Monte Cristo, which has the power to remake a person anew.[10]

The Count of Monte Cristo laughs and says it doesn't matter what Roa is, as he, and not Roa, represents God's Will, and then starts burning with black flames. He immediately understands how it works, and how it's a weapon for him to burn his enemies.[10]

«&#;To me belongeth Vengeance!&#;»

(Edmond quotes the Holy Bible after proclaiming himself as the true Will of God)

Roa recognises the black fire as the Monte Cristo Mythologie, a legend hidden in the Mountain of the Messiah, the despair of those without God, the flames of Hell and the Void, and a power equal to that from the Age of Myths which forces a special Magic Circuit and Magic Crest into the user.[10]

The Count tells him to shut up and blasts Roa through the inn's wall. Roa runs, but Edmond flies after him, so they fight in the skies of Rome. The Dead Apostle traps Edmond with magic and blasts him with a powerful lightning, and then uses the moves of his multiple reincarnations, including the curses of the Seventh and the barriers of the Fourth. Edmond calls upon the fires of vengeance to eat his soul and turn into black flames, breaking the magical barrier imprisoning him and then proceeds to grab and burn Roa while laughing, the vampire noticing that damage dealt by those flames is not regenerating. The Count then declares that they'll just have to see whose soul is incinerated first. Roa rabidly shouts that there can't be such a thing as a fire that can burn even souls, but Edmond says those flames are right here. Roa can't heal and Edmond asks him to just try and pretend to be the Messiah in front of God again. Roa starts shouting that this can't be possible and starts to say he is a reincarnator; even if his body is destroyed, he is infinite. But Roa's rambling is cut off short by Edmond's declaration.[10]

«&#;Despair. That is Hell. I will not take pity upon you, rot away.&#;»

(The Count of Monte Cristo declares his victory)

When the Count realizes it, he is standing alone and nothing is left of Roa but cinders. He feels something vanishing from his body, and believes that it is the Treasure of Monte Cristo. He realizes that he was saved by Faria once more. His body will never be enveloped in black flames again, not unless he's someday reborn as something as inhuman as a vampire. He prays for Concetta to watch over his vengeance. He heads for the cathedral and is stopped by a guard who demands to know who he is. He laughs and says that the Count of Monte Cristo has come for the cardinal.[11]

Some time later, the cardinal lost his position, and it's unknown if the Count of Monte Cristo ultimately killed him or not. Either way, his vengeance in Rome was over; but this was only the tale of the vengeance for Faria, the other vengeance. And so this is not the end but the beginning of the Count of Monte Cristo's story of vengeance in Paris.[12]

Appearance[]

Detective Edmond

Detective Edmond ~Spring Equinox Travelogue~&#;(探偵ヱドモン~春先旅情編~, Tantei Wedomon ~Harusaki Ryojō-hen~?) in Fate/Grand Order, illustrated by Kazuki Yone.

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Detective Edmond ~True Mastermind Arc~&#;(探偵ヱドモン~真の黒幕編~?), illustrated by Kazuki Yone.

Personality[]

«&#;My name is the .
Unknown to love, unknown to compassion, established as the black flame of grudge that blazes itself dazzlingly only by means of hatred and revenge; nothing but an Avenger who rages until he turns everything to ashes.
My favorite mistress, Haydée, is nowhere in this world, so this body shall remain a nemesis for eternity—&#;»

(Avenger)

While his True Name is Edmond Dantès, Avenger perceives himself to be a different person from the seaman from Marseille. While in life he had abandoned his dark nature at the end of his gruesome and tragic revenge in Paris, his powerful and vengeful Monte Cristo persona has manifested as a Servant and is still acting as the "image of a nemesis", so he claims, "In that case, I am not Edmond." Therefore, he will never introduce himself as Edmond Dantès. His catchphrase is "Wait and Hope" (in French, "Attendre, Esperer"), which is a direct quotation from the ending of The Count of Monte Cristo in his farewell letter to his friend Maximilien Morrel.[2]

«&#;One of my names is enough to strike terror into your heart, but I don't have to tell you what it is, do I? You've already guessed it, haven't you? Or rather, you remember it, for despite all my years of sorrow and torment, the joy of vengeance has made my face young again!&#;»

(Monte Cristo to Fernand de Morcerf, from Chapter 54 of "The Count of Monte Cristo")

An avenger to fate and reality. Avenger always hates the irrationality and malice that is all over the world. At a first glance, it appears that his hatred is projected towards the whole world except on himself, but he is never a demon that hates innocent people. He hates and continues to deny reality itself that continues to reign while it is still full of atrocities and immoralities. Avenger defines himself as a “demon of eternal vengeance”. He is full of roughness and violence, hurting every person who approaches him, but[1]

To the Master who do battle to rescue human history from incineration, Avenger has two forms to select from. Namely, the form as “himself that trifles with reality and a vicious fate (Edmond Dantès)“ representing his current self, and the form as “a person that is close to who he was before (King of the Cavern) as the materialized idol of hatred.[1] Particularly regarding the latter form, before long, Avenger will surely recognize the profile of his Master who continues to struggle, seemingly at first remembering Haydée, the princess of a ruined country, or Abbe Faria, who was his benefactor.

"They are not Abbe Faria."

"They are not Haydée."

Of course, Avenger himself in this form does not represent his current self. The Master who walks together with him is just one person in his past, present and future. Even though, the others should not be here. If that is the case, the feelings embraced then is also the sole thing that must be there in the past, and not here in the present.[1]

According to Shiki Ryougi, Edmond Dantès is the kind of person who one victory against him is enough for him to become an unexpectedly trustworthy ally, as only someone with great love and care would turn into such an Avenger after being betrayed by someone they love. That also means that Edmond loves humanity on a very fundamental level.[13]

If Angra Mainyu, born of hatred, is an avenger that speaks about love, the King of the Cavern, born of love, is an avenger that speaks about hatred.[1] Where one forgives and accepts evil as a inherent part of humanity, the other rages and strikes at it with vengeance.

Relationships[]

Amakusa Shirou Tokisada
Avenger highly appreciates his way of life. "That greed that saves the world is unquestionably the embodiment of human nature!"[1]
Jeanne d'Arc
Avenger doubts her current state of life. There is no reason to believe that she does not harbour the flames of vengeance as if she was betrayed by the world[1]
Florence Nightingale
Even though he cannot so as far as recognize this particular case as a Heroic Spirit, this vengeful demon caught a glimpse of her who holds to herself an unwavering conviction, something that is dazzlingly beautiful, of which the current state of her soul have reached the domain of an idol.[1] He remembers the events of The Vengeance Demon Howls in the Prison Tower and so chooses to keep calling her Mercedes, which Nightingale assumes is evidence of brain damage that warrants surgery at the earliest possible convenience.
Angra Mainyu
Avenger respects him, for it is possible to say that this person is the original Avenger.[1]
Jeanne d’Arc (Alter) / Jeanne Alter Santa Lily
Avenger is quietly observing the fate of some girls for the materialization of a new Avenger.[1]
Napoléon Bonaparte
The man who was partly responsible for Edmond's imprisonment. The current Edmond bears no hatred towards the French conqueror.

Role[]

Fate/Grand Order[]

Event: The Garden of Order[]

Ritsuka’s party encounters Avenger, shrouded in darkness, in the woods outside Ogawa Apartment Complex. Avenger causes an unstable spiritron disruption to cut their connection with Romani Archaman to be cut off. Shiki Ryougi believes he is emitting a murderous aura, though Avenger declares he is nothing but pure rage. He then reveals the ghosts in the apartment are souls who were unrewarded in life, and their regrets keep from moving to the afterlife. Stating the ghosts need peace, he declares he’ll create a Hell for them using the grudge filled apartment if Hell itself denies them. He then leaves, warning the group not to stand in his way.[14]

The group later confronts Avenger on the roof, believing him to the mastermind behind the distortion. He tells them that his grudge shall never fade away, and even if the apartment will disappear, his work will continue. He refuses to give up until he remembers everything of the island of despair, the tower of incarceration, and the castle of treasures. Mash calls him a Heroic Spirit that shouldn’t exist in this world, but he refutes that Heroic Spirits and spirits of the dead are ultimately the same thing. Then, the greater ghost the group destroyed earlier appears. Mash believes it’s another one, but Avenger corrects that curses never disappear and declares the system of curses Solomon gave him is now complete. He declares resentment and killing will continue as long as the other exists, calling the hatred of the sacrificed his nourishment. After he states he’ll be worshiped as a god for creating an eternal hell, the greater ghost prepares to attack the group. Mash senses it has far more Magical Energy than before, saying its resentment increases with every defeat. if the ghost’s resentment continues to increase at its current rate, they won’t be able to destroy it. However, Shiki encourages her and Ritsuka to fight, saying to Avenger that all things have an end. Impressed by her claims, Avenger asks the group to show him they can deny the evil of humans, and prove to him nothing can exist for eternity.[15]

After the ghost is destroyed, Avenger jumps off the roof to flee. Shiki goes to stop him, but Romani warns Avenger is actually an illusion. Ritsuka stops her, and she kills the illusion of Avenger with a thrown knife. As Avenger disappears, Romani asks him why he created the distortion and who ordered him to do so. Avenger answers Chaldea’s enemy had ordered him to transform the apartment into a Singularity. But he used it to fuel his need for vengeance by using the Servants’ own desire for revenge. Ritsuka asks his identity before he disappears, but he only says Attendre et espérer (Wait and hope)” as he fades away.[13]

Vengeful Demon's Wail at the Prison Tower[]

Edmond welcomes Ritsuka when their soul arrives in the recreation of Château d'If. He unveils himself and destroys the spirits trying to kill Ritsuka out of envy. Afterward, he explains where they are and introduces himself as Avenger. Exiting the prison cell, he explains to Ritsuka that they'll need to pass the seven Halls of Judgement to escape. He says neither their voice nor those of Chaldea can reach each other. He also warns if they die in the Halls or fails to escape in seven days, they'll die. He then reveals the current Château d'If is a recreation similar to a Singularity that Solomon uses as a hunting ground.[16]

Ritsuka and Edmond soon encounter the Phantom of the Opera. Edmond calls him a monster of envy who has come to kill Ritsuka. Edmond kills Phantom and commends Ritsuka for their skills as a Master.[16]

Edmond explains Ritsuka's body is still in Chaldea, along with everyone else there. However, the flow of time and space differs between Chaldea and the prison, so seven days in the prison equates to one in Chaldea. Edmond also reveals they will always begin in the same prison cell before exiting. The pair then encounters a mysterious woman asking for help. She explains she suddenly found herself in the prison with no memories. Edmond decides to call her Mercédès after she recalls she was searching for something important. Taking Mercédès with them, the pair reach the second hall.[17]

There Edmond asks Ritsuka if they ever felt lust, which the second hall represents. He further asks if they've ever given in to bestial urges, to which Fergus mac Róich loudly and proudly answers that he has. Edmond tells Ritsuka that all humans carry the inescapable sin of lust. Fergus decides to kill Ritsuka and Edmond after accusing them of trying to keep Mercédès from him. At Ritsuka's behest, Edmond kills Fergus to protect Mercédès. Afterward, he tells Ritsuka he'll kill them if they admit they cannot fight anymore.[17]

Edmond reveals the connection between Ritsuka's soul and their body is weakening. Leaving without Mercédès, the pair encounter the avatar of sloth, Gilles de Rais. Hearing Gilles spout how his blasphemy is an offering to God, Edmond says he represents sloth because he let himself fall into depravity. He then proceeds to kill Gilles.[18]

Later, Edmond immediately has Ritsuka go to the fourth hall, which represents wrath. Remarking on the subject of vengeance, he is angry that the fourth lord denies anger, the purest of emotion. He is furious that even as the fourth lord, she would still speak of salvation and forgiveness. But he will never forgive and looks forward to killing her.[19]

Arriving at the hall, he and Ritsuka are confronted by both Saber Gilles and Jeanne d'Arc, the avatar of wrath. Edmond says she willingly entered the prison tower to stop him. He believes Jeanne should be vengeful towards her betrayal and execution. Jeanne refutes his words and refuses to judge Ritsuka, saying she lacks the will and right. Instead, she has come to save Edmond’s soul. The notion infuriates Edmond, stating that none can save him. After killing Gilles, he prepares to do the same to Jeanne. But Jeanne retreats, refusing to give up on Edmond.[19]

Returning from scouting, Edmond immediately has Ritsuka go with him to the fifth hall. There they encounter the avatar of gluttony, Caligula, and defeat him.[20]

Later, Ritsuka and Edmond go to face off against the avatar of greed. At the sixth hall, they're confronted by Jeanne, who had been waiting for Edmond. She tells him that even with his uncontrollable rage, he can still ask for forgiveness and salvation. She knows that he has experienced it before. Jeanne's words send Edmond into a rage, and he prepares to kill her. He calms down a bit, though, when the avatar of greed, Amakusa Shirou Tokisada, arrives. Amakusa Shirou understands words and prayer cannot reach Edmond, yet he believes in him. He also knows he didn't join Solomon; Edmond admits he is uninterested in a being beyond love and hate. He tells Amakusa Shirou not to misunderstand him as he never helped save the world. Amakusa Shirou admits this is true, then fights Edmond with Jeanne.[21]

After being defeated, Amakusa Shirou warns Edmond that his black flames will destroy him one day. Edmond replies that not even God cannot change his state as an eternal Avenger. But Jeanne tells him that nothing is eternal, particularly evil. Edmond calls her and Amakusa Shirou weak, saying such weakness is why they became the avatars of wrath and greed. He suspects they'll meet and bids them farewell. Jeanne and Amakusa Shirou then disappear, praying that Edmond’s soul finds rest. Ritsuka asks if they were supposed to defeat them. Edmond answers their interest was in him, though he wonders what would've happened to Ritsuka if Jeanne and Amakusa Shirou succeeded.[21]

Not finding Mercédès in the prison cell, Ritsuka and Edmond head for the final hall. They find it empty, so to pass the time, Edmond tells the story of his revenge in the third person. While his living self abandoned vengeance after achieving his revenge, the Edmond recorded as a Heroic Spirit was the him who sought revenge. Mercédès then appears and attacks him with the wraiths in the prison that admire her. After Edmond destroys the ghosts, it is revealed Mercédès was meant to be the seventh lord before losing the role. Mercédès disappears, addressing Edmond by his True Name. Edmond denies that is his name, calling himself an eternal being of vengeance. He then attacks Ritsuka since only one can leave the prison, revealing himself to be the avatar of pride.[22]

After being defeated, he commends Ritsuka for achieving an ending filled with hope. He reveals Ritsuka became trapped in the prison when they carelessly said his name. Solomon placed a curse called the Evil Eye on them when they stared into his eyes back in London. Edmond laughs at how Solomon's trap failed, saying it's what he gets for choosing him. Ritsuka asks him if he'll disappear forever, wishing to see him again. Edmond tells them to wait and hope before disappearing.[22]

Final Singularity: Solomon[]

Edmond is the leader of the "special event" Servants to assist Chaldea against the Demon Gods Pillars. Once Ritsuka and Mash reach the Trash Heap, they're thrown into a place where no help can reach and Andromalius confronts the two. While he laughs at them for the futility of their actions, Edmond breaks through space-time at an impossible speed to help his accomplice, as hope always exists even in the middle of despair. Following him, all the other special event Servants show up to help. After the fight, Edmon fights alone against Andromalius, who is cursing the time they used him in their plan. Ritsuka and Mash use this chance to reach the throne of the Time Temple.[23]

Subspecies Singularity I: Shinjuku[]

Edmond was originally summon to free William Shakespeare from his imprisonment in Barrel Tower.[24]

He witnesses Jeanne Alter dive into the sewers per Sherlock Holmes‘ advice escaping Hessian Lobo. Together with her, he finally rescues Shakespeare, and they’re joined Hans Christian Andersen. He and Jeanne Alter then ambush James Moriarty, who dodges their attacks. Shakespeare and Andersen then combine their Noble Phantasms to summon the Great Detectives. While they cannot help physically, the detectives lend their strength to Ritsuka. Moriarty then uses the Grail to give himself magical energy equal to a Demon God. With three minutes before Bennu arrives, the group commence their final battle against Moriarty.[24]

Struggling against the group, Moriarty uses the Grail on himself once again. However, the detectives use this opportunity to grant Ritsuka their power. Ritsuka uses it to unveil Moriarty as the culprit which results in his strength being sapped. With Moriarty defeated and Bennu destroyed, the Singularity is resolved, so the Servants start to disappear. Having done what he was asked to do, Edmond decides it’s time for him to leave as well. Ritsuka asks him who asked him to help, but he never really answers. He tells them they have a long road ahead of them, though he doubtless they’ll cross paths again. He tells Ritsuka to remember punishment, deserving or otherwise, is always given, but they will never succumb to it. He disappears, assuring Ritsuka that he’ll be at their side when they call for him.[24]

Subspecies Singularity III: Shimosa[]

Edmond comes to Shimosa after being asked by Sherlock Holmes to help Ritsuka, knowing of his experiences involving dreams. He pretends to be a Christian missionary as a cover. Ritsuka and Miyamoto Musashi encounter him in Toke Castle town after they stopped a fight between Kiyohime and Otama. He directs the two to a nearby alleyway where they’ll see someone they’d do well to meet.[25]

Gathering intelligence, Edmond uncovers Amakusa Shirou Tokisada‘s plan to sacrifice Kiyohime to Onriedo Castle, and use her Tokugawa heritage as a catalyst to cast a far-ranging multilayered curse on the Tokugawa regime to destroy every world where the Tokugawa exists.[26]

When Toke Castle becomes Onriedo Castle, he fights an Orochi while Ritsuka’s party were fighting another one. He tells them that Kiyohime is being held captive in the castle, and of Amakusa Shirou’s plan involving her and it. Though she lacks blood from the immediate family, it will be sufficient for his plan, especially given that Iemitsu is only the third shogun. Edmond realizes Amakusa Shirou was searching for a parallel world where Matsudaira’s daughter was living near Edo following the Shimabara Rebellion. He tells the group to hurry to the castle to stop Amakusa Shirou, as the success of his plan means the destruction of many worlds, including Shimosa.[26]

He returns to Chaldea ahead of Ritsuka and Kotarou. Outside the facility he confronts Musashi, who eventually arrived there after becoming a Heroic Spirit following her death. He gives her a recording device to record a video message for Ritsuka before she leaves on her journey. Ritsuka runs into him on their way to their room to rest. Edmond denies being the missionary that helped them in Shimosa. He advises them to check their desk before going to sleep.[27]

Lostbelt No. 2: Gotterdammerung[]

Edmond makes a brief appearance when Ritsuka falls into a dream world after Sitonai forces a connection with them while they are forging a contract with Napoleon Bonaparte. He assists Ritsuka in finding their soul and sense of self and returns them to the real world.

Abilities[]

Avenger attacks by projecting his magical power by means of his hatred via Monte Cristo Mythologie. A black grudge effect occurs, giving damage to his opponent. Fundamentally, it is a poisonous system, where it primarily gives direct damage in addition to persistent damage and an abnormal grudge status effect.[1]

Dantes has a unique connection to Ritsuka's dreams, which allows him to protect them from the countless grudges and resentments of the enemies that they have fought throughout the Grand Orders.

Skills[]

Class Skills[]

  • Avenger (A Rank): One’s state of being as an avenger that gathers people’s hatred and resentment onto themselves; a way of being that became a Skill. Although it is easy for the hostility from his surroundings to be directed towards him, negative emotions directed towards Avenger will automatically be converted into his power.[1]
  • Oblivion Correction (B Rank): Although people, who are living beings, will be forgetful of many things, an avenger never forgets. An avenger’s attacks, which strike from beyond the people’s lapses of memory, will have their critical hit effects strengthened.[1]

Personal Skills[]

  • Determination of Steel (EX Rank): The dynamism and mind of steel of the man who walked on the path of revenge throughout his entire life after breaking out of the Château d’If (Tower of If) prison, which was even called the Hell on this Earth, becoming a Skill. A complete blockade of his sense of pain, resulting in effects such as the acquisition of a superhuman mind and body that is even able to endure ultrahigh-speed actions. It is a composite Skill that also primarily contains the effects of the Valor Skill and the Calm and Collected Skill.[1]
  • Golden Rule (A Rank): The Count of Monte Cristo attained everlasting wealth and political power by obtaining the “hidden treasure” told of by Abbe Faria in the Château d’If, so money is hardly a matter for him to be troubled with.[1]
  • Wisdom of Predicament (A Rank): The ability to call upon Luck with a precedence in critical situations. The wisdom brought about by the abundant knowledge he received from Abbe Faria and his own natural intelligence. By combining this with the special characteristics of his Extra Class, it becomes possible for him to use the Item Construction Skill, which is primarily a Caster’s Class Skill, at Rank B.[1]

Noble Phantasms[]

In addition to Monte Cristo Mythologie, he possesses the Noble PhantasmsEnfer Château d'If, his mental power of steel, and Attendre, Espérer, an unbelievable recovery Noble Phantasm that is also the agglomeration of all human knowledge into the words "Wait and Hope".[1]

Development[]

Creation and Conception[]

«&#;I decided on a character that is constantly engulfed in black flames because of his aspect, being called the embodiment of the desire for revenge, and I arrived at this design with that thought.&#;»

(Rui Komatsuzaki)


Rui Komatsuzaki is the character illustrator for Avenger, who also designed the characters for the Danganronpa Series.[1][2] His meta title "Super High School Level Heroic Spirit" also referenced the Danganronpa Series, where the characters are all Super High School Level students, and his design is reminiscent of Nagito Komaeda from the second game of the series. Hikaru Sakurai is the scenario writer for his character.[1]

Rather than go for the traditional image of a "cool old Count" for Dantès' character that Nasu feels was "brought to utter perfection" by Gonzo in their Gankutsuou anime, they wished to distance themselves from that characterization and instead went for a twist with a "younger count." He is a "Super High School Level Heroic Spirit", developed with the idea of having a "cool dark hero" and out of Nasu's desire for having a Komatsuzaki-developed Servant. Nasu feels that Dantès' "true worth" is in his third stage ascension appearance, the "condensation of his chuuni essence."[28][29]

References[]

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01 Eirei Denshou Ibun ~Gankutsuou Edmond Dantes~ #01
02 Eirei Denshou Ibun ~Gankutsuou Edmond Dantes~ #02
03 Eirei Denshou Ibun ~Gankutsuou Edmond Dantes~ #03
04 Eirei Denshou Ibun ~Gankutsuou Edmond Dantes~ #04
05 Eirei Denshou Ibun ~Gankutsuou Edmond Dantes~ #05
06 Eirei Denshou Ibun ~Gankutsuou Edmond Dantes~ #06
07 Eirei Denshou Ibun ~Gankutsuou Edmond Dantes~ #07
08 Eirei Denshou Ibun ~Gankutsuou Edmond Dantes~ #08
09 Eirei Denshou Ibun ~Gankutsuou Edmond Dantes~ #09
10 Eirei Denshou Ibun ~Gankutsuou Edmond Dantes~ #10
11 Eirei Denshou Ibun ~Gankutsuou Edmond Dantes~ #11
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09 英霊伝承異聞 ~巌窟王 エドモン・ダンテス~ #09
10 英霊伝承異聞 ~巌窟王 エドモン・ダンテス~ #10
11 英霊伝承異聞 ~巌窟王 エドモン・ダンテス~ #11
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Notes

Scenario: Hikaru Sakurai
Supervision: Kinoko Nasu

CAST:
The Count of Monte Cristo: Nobunaga Shimazaki
Faria: Katsunosuke Hori
Concetta: Ai Kakuma
Haydée: Sayaka Senbongi
Angelo Braga: Shouto Kashii
Tarantella: Ken Narita

The story is set on a period before the Count's well-known revenge story in Paris.


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Rui Komatsuzaki

Japanese character artist

Rui Komatsuzaki (Japanese: 小松崎 類, Hepburn: Komatsuzaki Rui) is a Japanese illustrator and character designer. He is best known for designing and characterizing the cast members from the visual noveladventure gamesDanganronpa and the animeAkudama Drive.

Career[edit]

Komatsuzaki was a sculpture graduate before becoming involved with Spike, and Danganronpa was his first experience as a character designer.[1] The word "Danganronpa" originated from Komatsuzaki which was first written in kanji but it was later taken to katakana for the logo.[2]

For most games, he was in charge of designing characters with outstanding designs while the protagonist were first offender program virginia to look like common people. As a result, Komatsuzaki designed Makoto Naegi character to wear a hoodie to complement his look, thinking the player was going to see his back a lot. After that, the artist added some character to his hair by adding an "antenna", and highlighted his "herbivore nature" by making him short. His coloring is subdued, but Komtatsuzaki used a color palette he enjoyed.[3] He also redesigned the older cast members from the first Danganronpa for the anime sequel Danganronpa 3: The End of Hope's Peak High School to make them look more mature, and illustrated the characters for the spin-off novel series Zero, Kirigiri, and Togami.[4]

Besides Danganronpa, Komatsuzaki was one of many artists to design characters for Fate/Grand Order, an RPG mobile game based on the Fate/stay night series. He designed both Edmond Dantès and Cleopatra.[5] He was also the main artist for the anime series Akudama Drive from Cindy H. Yamauchi adapted Rui Komatsuzaki's original character designs for animation.[6] He also created a collaboration illustration between Danganronpa and the anime Akudama Drive in late [7]

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Also known as:

The Count of Monte Cristo
The King of the Cavern
The Vengeance Demon

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Endurance:

Agility:

B[1][2]

A+[1][2]

C[1][2]

Mana:

Luck:

NP:

B[1][2]

?[1][2]

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Avenger

A[1][2]

Oblivion Correction

B[1][2]

Self-Replenishment (Mana)

D[1][2]

Determination of Steel

EX[1][2]

Golden Rule

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Wisdom of Predicament

A[2]

Monte Cristo Mythologie

Anti-Unit[1][2]

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Edmond Dantès&#;(エドモン・ダンテス, Edomon Dantesu?), Class NameAvenger&#;(アヴェンジャー, Avenjā?), is an Avenger-class Servantsummoned by Ritsuka Fujimaruin the Grand Ordersof Fate/Grand Order.

Profile[]

Identity[]

Popularly known as The Count of Monte Cristo&#;(モンテ・クリスト伯, Monte Kurisuto-haku?) and the King of the Cavern&#;(巌窟王, Gankutsuō?), the individual who possesses the world's greatest popularity as an avenger.[2]

The story of the King of the Cavern is treated as a literary creation by Alexandre Dumas (pere), but it has been confirmed in modern times that the "Abbe Faria" who guided Edmond when he was imprisoned on the Château d'If actually existed[2]

Dumas and Edmond had met as Dumas was dining in a high class restaurant.

History[]

Living as a seaman in Marseille, Edmond was torn away from huntington bank 100 bonus free checking account love Mercédès after being imprisoned in the hellish Château d'If due to a false charge derived from an unscrupulous conspiracy. However, he did not fall into despair thanks to his mind of steel, and during his imprisonment, he met the similarly imprisoned Abbe Faria, who guided Edmond.[2]

  • Château d'If&#;(シャトー・ディフ, Shatō Difu?)

After escaping his prison, Edmond eventually acquired the treasure of the Monte Cristo island, learned that his love and covetous affection towards Mercédès had been trampled upon and snatched away from him, and began a tragic revenge plot while concealing his identity. He swooped down upon Paris, dragging down the people who once deceived him, now the many leading figures reigning over France, into hell. At the end of his journey, he was reformed through his anguish and regret, leaving with his mistress Haydée – an Albanian princess who had been sold into slavery by Fernand de Morcerf (formerly Mondego), who had also betrayed Edmond, before the Count of Monte Cristo rescued her and eventually fell in love with her.[2]

That stern way of life; the revenge tragedy that concealed his identity; the love and covetous affection towards his lover Mercédès, which was trampled on and snatched away; and the journey that resulted in his reform due to his anguish and regret, are all applauded by the people - not only from France, but from all over the world - and he is remembered as "the most famous avenger in the world."[2]

Strange Tales of Heroic Spirit Lore ~King of the Cavern, Edmond Dantès~[]

October One year before enacting his vengeance, the Count of Monte Cristo carried out another tale of revenge as he had to avenge Abbe Faria, who he considered a second father. Faria was falsely accused as a rebel plotting the Italian unification and was imprisoned in the Chateau d'If by the "Three Wise Men" who desired the treasure of Monte Cristo.[3]

While waiting for the first one, Father Angelo Braga, to appear after inviting him to his home, Haydée warns Edmond that he should not have brought Angelo here, but Edmond tells her to go away as it is not yet time for the two of them to meet. When Concetta comes to his room to tell him that Angelo has arrived, she asks if he was talking to someone, and he says that it was just a phantom.[3]

The Count and Angelo talk over dinner. The Count was investigating the church and Angelo went for him who knows the location of the treasure. Edmond reveals how through knowledge, he was taught everything, from knowing how to live to how to fight, by Abbe Faria and calls him his second father, while also revealing that this was all a trap to lure Angelo who is one of the Three Wise Men who got Faria imprisoned. The food was poisoned and Angelo has taken a lethal dose, but it doesn't work because of his special Assembly of the Eight Sacrament training and he attacks Edmond. The Count attacks him with a pistol, but it can't even scratch him, so he has Concetta activate a trap which blows Angelo up along with the whole mansion. Angelo does barely survive but the Count finishes him off with one of Angelo's Black Keys, piercing his chest while he was surprised that monsters also have hearts. Then, Edmond declared that one is down.[4]

The Count of Monte Cristo moves to Rome to continue his revenge plot. While attending to an opera, the Count and Concetta discuss about their next objective. The target is a cardinal, and the plan is to lure him with money.[5] After that, one of Edmond's informants, one of many he has all over Europe, is killed. While at first the killing was thought to be by bandits or pirates, Concetta says that it "went over the line". The second set of killings was of a man who started an investment company in Spain, and his wife and 5-year-old daughter. The Count's group are the only ones who realize that these killings are connected as the man who was killed was one of Morrel's associates. The killings continue, and some of the corpses are left without a drop of blood.[6]

Edmond is sure that the killings are the doing of one of the Three Wise Men and is furious. The killer left behind a message by spelling out a word, letter by letter, with the organs of his victims: Tarantella. Edmond wonders if this is really how the Church works, if Tarantella is just crazy, if this is vengeance for Angelo, or if he's just playing around with people's lives. He tells Fate grand order edmond dantes to prepare, and they start a counterattack by spreading information that the Count of Monte Cristo would be holding a huge party as bait, and they rent the whole Villa Medici for this purpose.[7]

Haydée shows again and warns Edmond that this is way too dangerous. She wants him to live, and says that Faria would have wanted the same. Edmond says nobody knows what the dead want, and all he's doing is ridding himself of his own sorrows. Haydée wishes she could heal him of his sorrows, but Edmond tells her to begone, and to wait for him on the other side beyond love and hate.[8]

Tarantella shows up and notices that there is nobody else at the "party" besides him. He recognizes the Count by his white hair and explains that Faria turned his back on the Holy Church when he said that he wanted to save all life. Edmond says that those are the Church's teachings, but Tarantella explains that's just the Church's front, and the truth is different. Edmond says that they're a bunch of heretics, bloodstained murderers who themselves turned their backs on the Messiah and the Prophets, and activates a trap which fires spears north mankato clinic Tarantella, and then another trap which binds him with chains made to subdue tigers, but Tarantella breaks out easily. Edmond shoots him in the forehead but Tarantella gets back up and pulls out the spears.[9]

Tarantella uses a white lightning that burns Edmond and defeats him instantly, but doesn't kill him because he still needs to interrogate him. The Count asks if the Church is all composed of monsters, and Tarantella says that not all members have this power. The cardinal is a mere weak human for example, who isn't even an Executor - an inquisitor of the Sacred Church who represents the Will of God - like Angelo or Tarantella. Edmond is enraged by the claim that they're doing God's work and gets up again, blocking Tarantella's vision with his coat and stabbing him in the heart with a knife. Tarantella says that he's not just a mere Executor either, and asks where that foolish criminal Faria's treasure is while hitting Edmond with more of his lightning Magecraft. Edmond answers that both Tarantella and Angelo are idiots as there is no such thing as a "treasure". Tarantella observes that Edmond is imprevious to torture, as he doesn't fear death, or pain, or damage to his body, thinking that time in the Chateau d'If made him strong, so he says that he'll have Edmond recall what pain is like by destroying one of his belongings, and leaves. Edmond regrets listening to Ali and Concetta and not using explosives in the traps and accepts it was his own loss. Haydée calls out to the Count again and he asks her to give him more power. She says he already has it within him.[9]

The Count arrives to the inn where Concetta was waiting for him, but he is late and Tarantella finishes sucking Concetta's blood dry just as he arrives. Edmond realises that Tarantella is a Blood-Sucking Demon, a Vampire. Tarantella says that comparing him to Lord Ruthven makes sense, but that's not quite it as he is another thing, and presents himself by revealing his true name, Michael Roa Valdamjong, a being that devours humans.[10]

Faria wasn't able to tell Edmond about Dead Apostles and Michael Roa Valdamjong, the Monster of Ego and the evil reincarnator who dwells inside the hidden side of the Church, because the vampire put a curse on him. But Faria left Edmond "the treasure of darkness" he stole from the Church that would one day help Edmond out when he one day faces a non-human enemy that he would lose to - The Treasure of Monte Cristo, which has the power to remake a person anew.[10]

The Count of Monte Cristo laughs and says it doesn't matter what Roa is, as he, and not Roa, represents God's Will, and then starts burning with black flames. He immediately understands how it works, and how it's a weapon for him to burn his enemies.[10]

«&#;To me belongeth Vengeance!&#;»

(Edmond quotes the Holy Bible after proclaiming himself as the true Will of God)

Roa recognises the black fire as the Monte Cristo Mythologie, a legend hidden in the Mountain of the Messiah, the despair of those without God, the flames of Hell and the Void, and a power equal to that from the Age of Myths which forces a special Magic Circuit and Magic Crest into the user.[10]

The Count tells him to shut up and blasts Roa through the inn's wall. Roa runs, but Edmond flies after him, so they fight in the skies of Rome. The Dead Apostle traps Edmond with magic and blasts him with a powerful lightning, and then uses the moves of his multiple reincarnations, including the curses of the Seventh and the barriers of the Fourth. Edmond calls upon the fires of vengeance to eat his soul and turn into black flames, breaking the magical barrier imprisoning him and then proceeds to grab and burn Roa while laughing, the vampire noticing that damage dealt by those flames is not regenerating. The Count then declares that they'll just have to see whose soul what credit score you need for amazon credit card incinerated first. Roa rabidly shouts that there can't be such a thing as a fire that can burn even souls, but Edmond says those flames are right here. Roa can't heal and Edmond asks him to just try and pretend to be the Messiah in front of God again. Roa starts shouting that this can't be possible and starts to say he is a reincarnator; even if his body is destroyed, he is infinite. But Roa's rambling is cut off short by Edmond's declaration.[10]

«&#;Despair. That is Fate grand order edmond dantes. I will not take pity upon you, rot away.&#;»

(The Count of Monte Cristo declares his victory)

When the Count realizes it, he is standing alone and nothing is left of Roa but cinders. He feels something vanishing from his body, and believes that it is the Treasure of Monte Cristo. He realizes that he was saved by Faria once more. His body will never be enveloped in black flames again, not unless he's someday reborn as something as inhuman as a vampire. He prays for Concetta to watch over his fate grand order edmond dantes. He heads for the cathedral and is stopped by a guard who demands to know who he is. He laughs and says that the Count of Monte Cristo has come for the cardinal.[11]

Some time later, the cardinal lost his position, and it's unknown if the Count of Monte Cristo ultimately killed him or not. Either way, his vengeance in Rome was over; but this was only the tale of the vengeance for Faria, the other fate grand order edmond dantes. And so this is not the end but the beginning of the Count of Monte Cristo's story of vengeance in Paris.[12]

Appearance[]

Detective Edmond

Detective Edmond ~Spring Equinox Travelogue~&#;(探偵ヱドモン~春先旅情編~, Tantei Wedomon ~Harusaki Ryojō-hen~?) in Fate/Grand Order, illustrated by Kazuki Yone.

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Detective Edmond ~True Mastermind Arc~&#;(探偵ヱドモン~真の黒幕編~?), illustrated by Kazuki Yone.

Personality[]

«&#;My name is the .
Unknown to love, unknown to compassion, established as the black flame of grudge that blazes itself dazzlingly only by means of hatred and revenge; nothing but an Avenger who rages until he turns everything to ashes.
My favorite mistress, Haydée, is nowhere in this world, so this body shall remain a nemesis for eternity—&#;»

(Avenger)

While his True Name is Edmond Dantès, Avenger perceives himself to be a different person from the seaman from Marseille. While in life he had abandoned his dark nature at the end of his gruesome and tragic revenge in Paris, his powerful and vengeful Monte Cristo persona has manifested as a Servant and is still acting as the "image of a nemesis", so he claims, "In that case, I am not Edmond." Therefore, he will never introduce himself as Edmond Dantès. His catchphrase is "Wait and Hope" (in French, "Attendre, Esperer"), which is a direct quotation from the ending of The Count of Monte Cristo in his farewell letter to his friend Maximilien Morrel.[2]

«&#;One of my names is enough to strike terror into your heart, but I don't fate grand order edmond dantes whole foods beacon hill boston ma tell you what it is, do I? You've already guessed it, haven't you? Or rather, you remember it, for despite all my years of sorrow and torment, the joy of vengeance has made my face young again!&#;»

(Monte Cristo to Fernand de Morcerf, from Chapter 54 of "The Count of Monte Cristo")

An avenger to fate and reality. Avenger always hates the irrationality and malice that is all over the world. At a first glance, it appears that his hatred is projected towards the whole world except on himself, but he is never a demon that hates innocent people. He hates and continues to deny reality itself that continues to reign while it is still full of atrocities and fate grand order edmond dantes. Avenger defines himself as a “demon of eternal vengeance”. He is full of roughness and violence, hurting every person who approaches him, but[1]

To the Master who do battle to rescue human history from incineration, Avenger has two forms to select from. Namely, the form as “himself that trifles with reality and a vicious fate (Edmond Dantès)“ representing his current self, and the form as “a person that is close to who he was before (King of the Cavern) as the materialized idol of hatred.[1] Particularly regarding the latter form, before long, Avenger will surely recognize the profile of his Master who continues to struggle, seemingly at first remembering Haydée, the princess of a ruined country, or Abbe Faria, who was his benefactor.

"They are not Abbe Faria."

"They are not Haydée."

Of course, Avenger himself in this form does not represent his current self. The Master who walks together with him is just one person in his past, present and future. Even though, the others should not be here. If that is the case, the feelings embraced then is also the sole thing that must be there in the past, and not here in the present.[1]

According to Shiki Ryougi, Edmond Dantès is the kind of person who one victory against him is enough for him to become an unexpectedly trustworthy ally, as only someone with great love and care would turn into such an Avenger after being betrayed by someone they love. That also means that Edmond loves humanity on a very fundamental level.[13]

If Angra Mainyu, born of hatred, is an avenger that speaks about love, the King of the Cavern, born of love, is an avenger that speaks about hatred.[1] Where one forgives and accepts evil as a inherent part of humanity, the other rages and strikes at it with vengeance.

Relationships[]

Amakusa Shirou Tokisada
Avenger highly appreciates his way of life. "That greed that saves the world is unquestionably the embodiment of human nature!"[1]
Jeanne d'Arc
Avenger doubts her current state of life. There is no reason to believe that she does not harbour the flames of vengeance as if she was betrayed by the world[1]
Florence Nightingale
Even though he cannot so as far as recognize this particular case as a Heroic Spirit, this vengeful demon caught a glimpse of her who holds to herself an unwavering conviction, something that is dazzlingly beautiful, of which the current state of her soul have reached the domain of an idol.[1] He remembers the events of The Vengeance Demon Howls in the Prison Tower and so chooses to keep calling her Mercedes, which Nightingale assumes is evidence of brain damage that warrants surgery at the earliest possible convenience.
Angra Mainyu
Avenger respects him, for it is possible to say that this person is the original Avenger.[1]
Jeanne d’Arc (Alter) / Jeanne Alter Santa Lily
Avenger is quietly observing the fate of some girls for the materialization of a new Avenger.[1]
Napoléon Bonaparte
The man who was partly responsible for Edmond's imprisonment. The current Edmond bears no hatred towards the French conqueror.

Role[]

Fate/Grand Order[]

Event: The Garden of Order[]

Ritsuka’s party encounters Avenger, shrouded in darkness, in the woods outside Ogawa Apartment Complex. Avenger causes an unstable spiritron disruption to cut their connection with Romani Archaman to be cut off. Shiki Ryougi believes he is emitting a murderous aura, though Avenger declares he is nothing but pure rage. He then reveals the ghosts in the apartment are souls who were unrewarded in life, and their regrets keep from moving to the afterlife. Stating the ghosts need peace, he declares he’ll create a Hell for them using the grudge filled apartment if Hell itself denies them. He then leaves, warning the group not to stand in his way.[14]

The group later confronts Avenger on the roof, believing him to the mastermind behind the distortion. He tells them that his grudge shall never fade away, and even if the apartment will disappear, his work will continue. He refuses to give up until he remembers everything of the island of despair, the tower of incarceration, and the castle of treasures. Mash calls him a Heroic Spirit that shouldn’t exist in this world, but he refutes that Heroic Spirits and spirits of the dead are ultimately the same thing. Then, the greater ghost the group destroyed earlier appears. Mash believes it’s another one, but Avenger corrects that curses never disappear and declares the system of curses Solomon gave him is now complete. He declares resentment and killing will continue as long as the other exists, calling the hatred of the sacrificed his nourishment. After he states he’ll be worshiped as a god for creating an eternal hell, the greater ghost prepares to attack the group. Mash senses it has far more Magical Energy than before, saying its resentment increases with every defeat. if the ghost’s resentment continues to increase at its current rate, they won’t be able to destroy it. However, Shiki encourages her and Ritsuka to fight, saying to Avenger that all things have an end. Impressed by her claims, Avenger asks the group to show him they can deny the evil of humans, and prove to him nothing can exist for eternity.[15]

After the ghost is destroyed, Avenger jumps off the roof to flee. Shiki goes to stop him, but Romani warns Avenger is actually an illusion. Ritsuka stops her, and she kills the illusion of Avenger with a thrown knife. As Avenger disappears, Romani asks him why he created the distortion and who ordered him to do so. Avenger answers Chaldea’s enemy had ordered him to transform the apartment into a Singularity. But he used it to fuel his need for vengeance by using the Servants’ own desire for revenge. Ritsuka asks his identity before he disappears, but he only says Attendre et espérer (Wait and hope)” as he fades away.[13]

Vengeful Demon's Wail at the Prison Tower[]

Edmond welcomes Ritsuka when their soul arrives in the recreation of Château d'If. He unveils himself and destroys the spirits trying to kill Ritsuka out of envy. Afterward, he explains where they are and introduces himself as Avenger. Exiting the prison cell, he explains to Ritsuka that they'll need to pass the seven Halls of Judgement to escape. He says neither their voice nor those of Chaldea can reach each other. He also warns if they die in the Halls or fails to escape in seven days, they'll die. He then reveals the current Château d'If is a recreation similar to a Singularity that Solomon uses as a hunting ground.[16]

Ritsuka and Edmond soon encounter the Phantom of the Opera. Edmond calls him a monster of envy who has come to kill Ritsuka. Edmond kills Phantom and commends Ritsuka for their skills as a Master.[16]

Edmond explains Ritsuka's body is still in Chaldea, along with everyone else there. However, the flow of time and space differs between Chaldea and the prison, so seven days in the prison equates to one in Chaldea. Edmond also reveals they will always begin in the same prison cell before exiting. The pair then encounters a mysterious woman asking for help. She explains she suddenly found herself in the prison with no memories. Edmond decides to call her Mercédès after she recalls she was searching for something important. Taking Mercédès with them, the pair reach the second hall.[17]

There Edmond asks Ritsuka if they ever felt lust, which the second hall represents. He further asks if they've ever given in to bestial urges, to which Fergus mac Róich loudly and proudly answers that he has. Edmond tells Ritsuka that all humans carry the inescapable sin of lust. Fergus decides to kill Ritsuka and Edmond after accusing them of trying to keep Mercédès from him. At Ritsuka's behest, Edmond kills Fergus to protect Mercédès. Afterward, he tells Ritsuka he'll kill them if they admit they cannot fight anymore.[17]

Edmond reveals the connection between Ritsuka's soul and their body is weakening. Leaving without Mercédès, the pair encounter the avatar of sloth, Gilles de Rais. Hearing Gilles spout how his blasphemy is an offering to God, Edmond says he represents sloth because he let himself fall into depravity. He then proceeds to kill Gilles.[18]

Later, Edmond immediately has Ritsuka go to the fourth hall, which represents wrath. Remarking on the subject of vengeance, he is angry that the fourth lord denies bank snb south hutchinson ks, the purest of emotion. He is furious that even as the fourth lord, she would still speak of salvation and forgiveness. But he will never forgive and looks forward to killing her.[19]

Arriving at the hall, he and Ritsuka are confronted by both Saber Gilles and Jeanne d'Arc, fate grand order edmond dantes avatar of wrath. Edmond says she willingly entered the prison tower to stop him. He believes Jeanne should be vengeful towards her betrayal and execution. Jeanne refutes his words and refuses to judge Ritsuka, saying she lacks the will and right. Instead, she has come to save Edmond’s soul. The notion infuriates Edmond, stating that none can save him. After killing Gilles, he prepares to do the same to Jeanne. But Jeanne retreats, refusing to give up on Edmond.[19]

Returning from scouting, Edmond immediately has Ritsuka go with him to the fifth hall. There they encounter the avatar of gluttony, Caligula, and defeat him.[20]

Later, Ritsuka and Edmond go to face off against the avatar of greed. At the sixth hall, they're confronted by Jeanne, who had been waiting for Edmond. She tells him that even with his uncontrollable rage, he can still ask for forgiveness and salvation. She knows that he has experienced it before. Jeanne's words send Edmond into a rage, and he prepares to kill her. He calms down a bit, though, when the avatar of greed, Amakusa Shirou Tokisada, arrives. Amakusa Shirou understands words and prayer cannot reach Edmond, yet he believes in him. He also knows he didn't join Solomon; Edmond admits he is uninterested in a being beyond love and hate. He tells Amakusa Shirou not to misunderstand him as he never helped save the world. Amakusa Shirou admits this is true, then fights Edmond with Jeanne.[21]

After being defeated, Amakusa Shirou warns Edmond that his black flames will destroy him one day. Edmond replies that not even God cannot change his state as an eternal Avenger. But Jeanne tells him that nothing is eternal, particularly evil. Edmond calls her and Amakusa Shirou weak, saying such weakness is why they became the avatars of wrath and greed. He suspects they'll meet and bids them farewell. Jeanne and Amakusa Shirou then disappear, praying that Edmond’s soul finds rest. Ritsuka asks if they were supposed to defeat them. Edmond answers their interest was in him, though he wonders what would've happened to Ritsuka if Jeanne and Amakusa Shirou succeeded.[21]

Not finding Mercédès in the prison cell, Ritsuka and Edmond head for the final hall. They find it empty, so to pass the time, Edmond tells the story of his revenge in the third person. While his living self abandoned vengeance after achieving his revenge, the Edmond recorded as a Heroic Spirit was the him who sought revenge. Mercédès then appears and attacks him with the wraiths in the prison set up appointment with bank of america admire her. After Edmond destroys the ghosts, it is revealed Mercédès was meant to be the seventh lord before losing the role. Mercédès disappears, addressing Edmond by his True Name. Edmond denies that is his name, calling himself an eternal being of vengeance. He then attacks Ritsuka since only one can leave the prison, revealing himself to be the avatar of pride.[22]

After being defeated, he commends Ritsuka for achieving an ending filled with hope. He reveals Ritsuka became trapped in the prison when they carelessly said his name. Solomon placed a curse called the Evil Eye on them when they stared into his eyes back in London. Edmond laughs at how Solomon's trap failed, saying it's what he gets for choosing him. Ritsuka asks him if he'll disappear forever, wishing to see him again. Edmond tells them to wait and hope before disappearing.[22]

Final Singularity: Solomon[]

Edmond is the leader walmart eye center mexico mo the "special event" Servants to assist Chaldea against the Demon Gods Pillars. Once Ritsuka and Mash reach the Trash Heap, they're thrown into a place where no help can reach and Andromalius confronts the two. While he laughs at them for the futility of their actions, Edmond breaks through space-time at an impossible speed to help his accomplice, as hope always exists even in the middle of despair. Following him, all the other special event Servants show up to help. After the fight, Edmon fights alone against Andromalius, who is cursing the time they used him in their plan. Ritsuka and Mash use this chance to reach the throne of the Time Temple.[23]

Subspecies Singularity I: Shinjuku[]

Edmond was originally summon to free William Shakespeare from his imprisonment in Barrel Tower.[24]

He witnesses Jeanne Alter dive into the sewers per Sherlock Holmes‘ advice escaping Hessian Lobo. Together with her, he finally rescues Shakespeare, and they’re joined Hans Christian Andersen. He and Jeanne Alter then ambush James Moriarty, who dodges their attacks. Shakespeare and Andersen then combine their Noble Phantasms to summon the Great Detectives. While they cannot help physically, the detectives lend their strength to Ritsuka. Moriarty then uses the Grail to give himself magical energy equal to a Demon God. With three minutes before Bennu arrives, the group commence their final battle against Moriarty.[24]

Struggling against the group, Moriarty uses the Grail on himself once again. However, the detectives use this opportunity to grant Ritsuka their power. Ritsuka uses it to unveil Moriarty as the culprit which results in his strength being sapped. With Moriarty defeated and Bennu destroyed, the Singularity is resolved, so the Servants start to disappear. Having done what he was asked to do, Edmond decides it’s time for him to leave as well. Ritsuka asks him who asked him to help, but he never really answers. He tells them they have a long road ahead of them, though he doubtless they’ll cross paths again. He tells Ritsuka to remember punishment, deserving or otherwise, is always given, but they will never succumb to it. He disappears, assuring Ritsuka that he’ll be at their side when they call for him.[24]

Subspecies Singularity III: Shimosa[]

Edmond comes to Shimosa after being asked by Sherlock Holmes to help Ritsuka, knowing of his experiences involving dreams. He pretends to be a Christian missionary as a cover. Ritsuka and Miyamoto Musashi encounter him in Toke Castle town after they stopped a fight between Kiyohime and Otama. He directs the two to a nearby alleyway where they’ll see someone they’d do well to meet.[25]

Gathering intelligence, Edmond uncovers Amakusa Shirou Tokisada‘s plan to sacrifice Kiyohime to Onriedo Castle, and use her Tokugawa heritage as a catalyst to cast a far-ranging multilayered curse on the Tokugawa regime to destroy every world where the Tokugawa exists.[26]

When Toke Castle becomes Onriedo Castle, he fights an Orochi while Ritsuka’s party were fighting another one. He tells them that Kiyohime is being held captive in the castle, and of Amakusa Shirou’s plan involving her and it. Though she lacks blood from the immediate family, it will be sufficient for his plan, especially given that Iemitsu is only the third shogun. Edmond realizes Amakusa Shirou was searching for a parallel world where Matsudaira’s daughter was living near Edo following the Shimabara Rebellion. He tells the group to hurry to the castle to stop Amakusa Shirou, as the success of his plan means the destruction of many worlds, including Shimosa.[26]

He returns to Chaldea ahead of Ritsuka and Kotarou. Outside the facility he confronts Musashi, who eventually arrived there after becoming a Heroic Spirit following her death. He gives her a recording device to record a video message for Ritsuka before she leaves on her journey. Ritsuka runs into him on their way to their room to rest. Edmond denies being the missionary that helped delivery near me huntington wv in Shimosa. He advises them to check their desk before going to sleep.[27]

Lostbelt No. 2: Gotterdammerung[]

Edmond makes a brief appearance when Ritsuka falls into a dream world after Sitonai forces a connection with them while they are forging a contract with Napoleon Bonaparte. He assists Ritsuka in finding walmart eye center mexico mo soul and sense of self and returns them to the real world.

Abilities[]

Avenger attacks by projecting his magical power by means of his hatred via Monte Cristo Mythologie. A black grudge effect occurs, giving damage to his opponent. Fundamentally, it is a poisonous system, where it primarily gives direct damage in addition to persistent damage and an abnormal grudge status effect.[1]

Dantes has a unique connection to Ritsuka's dreams, which allows him to protect them from the countless grudges and resentments of the enemies that they have fought throughout the Grand Orders.

Skills[]

Class Skills[]

  • Avenger (A Rank): One’s state of being as an avenger that gathers people’s hatred and resentment onto themselves; a way of being that became a Skill. Although it is easy for the hostility from his surroundings to be directed towards him, negative emotions directed towards Avenger will automatically be converted into his power.[1]
  • Oblivion Correction (B Rank): Although people, who are living beings, will be forgetful of many things, an avenger never forgets. An avenger’s attacks, which strike from beyond the people’s lapses of memory, will have their critical hit effects strengthened.[1]

Personal Skills[]

  • Determination of Steel (EX Rank): The dynamism and mind of steel of the man who walked on the path of revenge throughout his entire life after breaking out of the Château d’If (Tower of If) prison, which was even called the Hell on this Earth, becoming a Skill. A complete blockade of his sense of pain, resulting in effects such as the acquisition of a superhuman mind and body that is even able to endure ultrahigh-speed actions. It is a composite Skill that also primarily contains the effects of the Valor Skill and the Calm and Collected Skill.[1]
  • Golden Rule (A Rank): The Count of Monte Cristo attained everlasting wealth and political power by obtaining the “hidden treasure” told of by Abbe Faria in the Château d’If, so money is hardly a matter for him to be troubled with.[1]
  • Wisdom of Predicament (A Rank): The ability to call upon Luck with a precedence in critical situations. The wisdom brought about by the abundant knowledge he received from Abbe Faria and his own natural intelligence. By combining this with the special characteristics of his Extra Class, it becomes possible for him to use the Item Construction Skill, which is primarily a Caster’s Class Skill, at Rank B.[1]

Noble Phantasms[]

In addition to Monte Cristo Mythologie, he possesses the Noble PhantasmsEnfer Château d'If, his mental power of steel, and Attendre, Espérer, an unbelievable recovery Noble Phantasm that is also the agglomeration of all human knowledge into the words "Wait and Hope".[1]

Development[]

Creation and Conception[]

«&#;I decided on a character that is constantly engulfed in black flames because of his aspect, being called the embodiment of the desire for revenge, and I arrived at this design with that thought.&#;»

(Rui Komatsuzaki)


Rui Komatsuzaki is the character illustrator for Avenger, who also designed the characters for the Danganronpa Series.[1][2] His meta title "Super High School Level Heroic Spirit" also referenced the Danganronpa Series, where the characters are all Super High School Level students, and his design is reminiscent of Nagito Komaeda from the second game of the series. Hikaru Sakurai is the scenario writer for his character.[1]

Rather than go for the traditional image of a "cool old Count" for Dantès' character that Nasu feels was "brought to utter perfection" by Gonzo in their Gankutsuou anime, they wished to distance themselves from that characterization and instead went for a twist with a "younger count." He is a "Super High School Level Heroic Spirit", developed with the idea of having a "cool dark hero" and out of Nasu's desire for having a Komatsuzaki-developed Servant. Nasu feels that Dantès' "true worth" is in his third stage ascension appearance, the "condensation of his chuuni essence."[28][29]

References[]

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