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Character Information
Illustrator: Konoe Ototsugu
CV: Sawashiro Miyuki

Mordred was one of the Knights of the Round Table and the scion of King Arthur, next in line for the throne.
At the same time, Mordred was the knight of treachery who made the final stroke of Arthur’s legend – on the hill of Camlann where the king was slain at the knight’s hand.

Parameters: STR B+, CON A, AGI B, MGI B, LCK D, NP A

Bond Level 1
Height: 154cm
Weight: 42kg
Source: Legends of King Arthur
Region: England
Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
Gender: Female

She is physically an exact match of Artoria.

Bond Level 2
Mordred is an artificial lifeform – a type of homunculus – birthed by the machinations of King Arthur’s elder sister and nemesis, the witch Morgan.
She was born to destroy and then surpass Arthur as king.

Bond Level 3
As a homunculus, Mordred grew up extremely quickly and began to serve Arthur within a few years of her birth.
In addition, as her abilities were imitations of Arthur’s own, she rapidly began to surpass others as a knight.

Bond Level 4
Contrary to what Morgan had intended, Mordred admired and wished to be acknowledged by her father.
However, that all changed once King Arthur rejected her.
She instead began to sharpen the malicious blade that would tear apart all the great feats her father had accomplished.
By then, Britain had already been on the teetering on the edge. Upon their fierce clash, the country collapsed.

Bond Level 5
Born as a homunculus, her lifespan was short and she raced through all the dealings in her life as a whirlwind.
Perhaps that was why she had wanted the acceptance of her father, to whom she had devoted everything.
Yet not even Mordred could truly grasp the depths of Arthur’s misery.

Unlock: King of Kings
It is easy to deal with Mordred:
Do not insult the King.
Do not praise the King.
Do not treat her as a girl.
Do not overtly treat her as a boy.
Do not be too formal.
Do not express too much interest in other Servants.
Do listen to her opinions.
Even a fool can do it!