Mordred

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Mordred
Original Name
モードレッド
Romaji Name
Mōdoreddo
Place of Origin
England
Age
16
Date of Birth
Height
154.00 cm
Weight
42.00 kg
Blood Type
Bust
73.00 cm
Waist
53.00 cm
Hip
76.00 cm
Submitted By
Rathgir
Popularity # 231
Like # 196
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Description

Mordred, Class Name Saber of "Red" , is the Saber-class Servant of Kairi Sisigou of the Red Faction in the Great Holy Grail War of Fate/Apocrypha. She is summoned by Ritsuka Fujimaru in the Grand Orders of Fate/Grand Order. Mordred is small in stature, covered completely in thick armor that entirely wraps her small frame. The single mass of steel and her face-covering helm conceal both her race and gender, so those seeing her face are often surprised by her being female. She needs to remove her helm to use her Noble Phantasm, so she cannot help revealing her appearance when utilizing it. Though she has the face of a young girl, Kairi also sees the possibility of her being male when first seeing her face. Her physique is a complete match to Artoria. Due to only having her armor, she cannot remain materialized in public without modern clothing. In Sighisoara, Kairi buys her a tube top that exposes her abdomen and a crimson leather jacket. Ironically for someone who despises being identified by her gender two of her primary outfits leave her toned physique highly exposed. While not providing enough coverage for the cold autumn season, her status as a Servant makes weather a non-issue for her. Mordred is extremely prideful and haughty, boasting herself to be equal or better than her father in the ways of ruling and swordsmanship, and believes only her status as the child of Morgan caused her to be rejected. Rather than simply wish on the Grail to become king, she instead wishes to use it to challenge the Sword of Appointment as a method of proving kingship that even her father could not deny. She speaks with unwavering confidence, using a clear and authoritative tone that befits a leader. She strongly dislikes any discussion of her gender, even to the extent of displaying hostility towards her own Master when this topic arises. She unequivocally states that such conversations are off-limits. She has no reservations about wearing revealing attire. Kairi finds it challenging to discern her true feelings regarding her father, believing her emotions to exist on a delicate balance between love and hate. He suspects that her father had a substantial influence on her decision to rebel, although he cannot determine whether it was driven by a desire to emulate him, reject the path of a king, or for other reasons. Regardless, he regards her rebellion as a courageous act, even if its motivations remain unclear. In history, she is remembered as the antagonist who deceived the legendary King of Knights, leaving an enduring legacy in Britain. Kairi finds her rebellion and association with the King's followers more intriguing than Arthur herself, whom he views as the embodiment of chivalry. Despite her youthful appearance, Mordred's brutal nature is evident and she makes no effort to conceal it. She harbors deep-seated hatred due to the events of her life, which she does not attempt to mask. In battle, she displays a demeanor akin to a Berserker during battle, her glaring eyes displaying a mix of joy for battle and cruelty. While Noble Phantasms typically invoke pride, hers, bearing her father's name, carries a sense of resentment. Although the Knights of the Round Table were divided into allies and enemies toward the end of their reign, most did not harbor hatred for the Round Table itself, as the events were not intentionally orchestrated. Mordred, the one who rebelled against the king, stands as the sole exception, vehemently despising it to the point where even a fragment of it angers her intensely. Due to their affinity with each other, she is able to get along well with her Master, Kairi, and he believes they are very alike in their over-abundance of confidence. Used to the eccentricities of magi from being with her mother, she still manages to find displeasure with his morbid tastes as a necromancer, but refrains from challenging him on the matter. Mordred, uncomfortable in her spiritual form, insists on having her feet firmly on the ground, prompting her Master to purchase clothing for her. She typically wears cumbersome armor, so she appreciates the freedom of not having to wear it. Mordred holds a complex view of humans, both envying and despising them due in part to her short homunculus lifespan. She likens humans to articulate livestock, acknowledging their capacity for speech but finding them to be only slightly intelligent creatures that vacillate between virtue and vice depending on circumstances. She resents their tendency to hold grudges while forgetting their debts to others. Humans, in her eyes, act selfishly, shifting blame away from themselves when they fail, and prioritizing convenience over moral principles. She does not believe humans are worth protecting, showing indifference towards those who followed her in rebellion against King Arthur and those who remained loyal. She regards her followers as foolish for seeing her as more human than the rational and compassionate King Arthur, perceiving herself as self-centered. She finds it perplexing that her supporters praise her as the antithesis of King Arthur's inhumanity, even though she has no inclination to save others. It frustrates her that they believe she rebelled for their sake, when her rebellion was primarily driven by her personal motivations. She is also vexed by the abandonment of King Arthur, who dedicated herself to her followers.

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