Brynhildr, Class Name Lancer, is the Lancer-class Servant in the First Holy Grail War of Fate/Prototype: Fragments of Sky Silver. She is one of the Servants summoned by Ritsuka Fujimaru in the Grand Orders of Fate/Grand Order. Brynhildr has a delicate body and mystical long white hair with a teal accent reminiscent of the night sky as she enters battle clad in silver armor unrecognizable to Saber. Formerly a Valkyrie, she is now a mortal human that possesses a perfect body. Brynhildr is beautiful, as if there was a night there that was so beautiful, it was to the point that she could steal men's eyes; this was noted by Arash who had felt like it was something obvious to the eye of the beholder. It is as if that she was not a person who was properly alive under the midday sun. Some didn't mean to call her a Phantasmal Beast, they only said it because they were implicating that she suited the quietness and darkness of the night. They grasped that she was a woman of the night, a shadow woman. Her gorgeous mythril armor shines beautifully on the woman's figure. Her huge lance looked heavy and huge to an impossible point, and yet it was being lightly carried in her hands. The woman shows a weakly smile. An ordinary man would've been a goner from that smile. It was a beautiful smile that the woman expressed, despite one feeling the end of that sorrow and grief in that smile. When she opens her bound eyelids, her long eyelashes vibrates. When she exposes her eyes, they were like amethysts. She was a woman who suited the silence of the night, even now, and she was a woman whose body was drenched by the night itself. After Brynhildr is corrupted by the Holy Grail, she takes on a darker appearance. Her armor is now primarily black. She has gold eyes and she now wears a collar which has vials filled with the Grail's black muck in it. The vials are also directly injected into the back of her neck through the needles at the back of the vials. Calm and devoted. There is some loneliness mixed in the gentle smile of this unfortunate shieldmaiden. Despite behaving like a "doll" with a weak sense of self back when she was a Divine Spirit as the eldest of the Valkyries, after falling on earth upon incurring the wrath of her fatherly Great God, Brynhildr became endowed with human nature and personality due to the incidental meeting with Sigurd. Compassionate and full of affection, she thoroughly devotes herself to the person she came to love. A woman who was supposed to spend her lifetime as a good wife if it wasn't for that tragedy. Although she never stopped loving Sigurd more than anyone else, she came to embrace the flames of killing intent at the end of a cursed tragic fate, eventually ending up killing him and also burning herself to ashes. Brynhildr speaks very politely and fights with respect. She does not appear to be the kind of person who would fight with dishonor, and she demonstrates sincerity, recognizing the qualities of her opponents, like when she fights with Saber and praises his heroism and gentlemanly attitude. Initially, there was just one expression on Brynhildr's face: Sorrow, and it was only just that. Brilliant, cheerful, and bright. She was a woman who had abandoned all of those things herself. Even if she had witnessed countless hells, she floated a smile; while everything and anything about her was the same, anything and everything about her was also different too. However, it was not just sorrow on her facial expression, and someone with eyes like Arash's would be able to see more than the sorrowful expression on her face. Bynhildr was also a woman of love who adored everything from heroes. The water, the earth, and the city of Tokyo too. However, she appears to go into madness from taking the love potion as she reaches her maximum love. She smiles with some sort of delight, but it was a terribly warped expression. She was crying while smiling, angry whilst crying, smiling whilst being angry. Animosity, hatred, resentment. It was both near to her and it was also far from her. Sorrow, grief, regrets. It was both far from her and it was also near to her. Frankly speaking, this woman, was definitely, broken from the inside. Whether it was an expression that was guided by some kind of emotion, it was very difficult to recognize. Even if one couldn't catch a glimpse of the Mental Pollution and Mad Enhancement Skills or a warning to show her bad status effects when taking a glance through her Heroic Spirit parameters, her sense of self is completely broken in such a state. Even now, having turned into a Heroic Spirit, Brynhildr still loves Sigurd deeply. Nevertheless, if by any chance he is summoned before her, she will automatically point her spear towards him. This is because, upon being shaped as a Heroic Spirit, both she herself and her Noble Phantasm ended up being given the definition of "something that kills Sigurd." In regards to the "Dragon Slayer" hero Siegfried, who possesses similar origins as Sigurd, although Brynhildr recognizes him as "someone different from Sigurd", it seems that she somehow senses something close to him and thus feverishly gazes at him, while trying to get alone together, just the two of them (and then tries to kill him). And also, sometimes towards the Master as well... It is believed that this may be due to the effects of the love drug Saward forced her to use leaving a permanent scar upon her Saint Graph. Initially, coming into contact with the Master is well-behaved. Brynhildr obeys commands quietly. Basically, she does not defy the Master's instructions. She follows the Master. Regarding herself during her lifetime, it may not be known that she has a past tendency in becoming intertwined with several key factors, such as showing passivity in having no intentions in going against the system called the summoning of Heroic Spirits, having a habit during her time as a Valkyrie in acting in accordance to the Great God's missions, and feeling a sense of helplessness. Brynhildr will not embrace affection, particularly a profound courtesy, to somebody from herself if the love she has does not exist to a large extent towards that person. She is strongly self-conscious of herself embracing love as it seems that she will kill her companion in the end because of her Noble Phantasm. Besides, above all else, her love is already consecrated to Sigurd—because, that is what's exactly certain. She is extremely afraid of "getting to love somebody." Of course, although it is because of the situation with Sigurd, she is caught in an obstructive thought called "I am killing the person I have grown to love." Though, even if it is the Master, the inside of her wants to at least avoid exchanging conversations with him to the best of her abilities. Brynhildr has one goal in wishing upon the Holy Grail. A reunion with her beloved Sigurd. But then, whereupon this wish comes true, she will start to automatically attempt to murder him.