From the beginning of a visual novel by Type-Moon, moving on to adaptations of anime, novels, and mobile games, we can follow the franchise Fate through several media.
Throughout the story, modern-day wizards summon heroes and mythical figures from the past to form teams, each Master and Servant pair fighting for the Holy Grail believed to grant the wish of those who emerge victorious in battle.
Throughout this fierce clash, we’ve encountered dozens of strong female characters, as both Masters and Servants, that might appeal to us.
These are the ten most beautiful female characters in the entire Fate Series!
10 Waifu from Fate Series
1. Artoria Pendragon (Saber)
Servant Kiritsugu and later Shirou’s adopted son Artoria as Saber are Fate’s standout characters. Revealed as King Arthur, Saber is a compassionate Servant whose beauty attracts even the haughty Gilgamesh.
Saber can quickly heal wounds using Avalon and release Excalibur, her ultimate Noble Phantasm.
2. Rin Tohsaka
Despite being Shirou’s rival Master, Rin does not prey on his fellow amateur but instead guides his magic development and teaches him about the Holy Grail War. Rin is confident and often taunts her allies, even her Servant, Archer. Even so, he is a good person who masks his true feelings with a sharp wit.
Rin’s beauty earns her attention, and her alliance with Shirou may develop into a romance on the Unlimited Blade Works route.
3. Sakura Matou
The main love interest in the Heaven’s Feel route from Fate/stay the Night, Shirou finally uncovers Sakura’s tragic past. But that doesn’t diminish its charm; Sakura is beautiful but also kind, smart, and good at cooking.
There is more to Sakura than meets the eye. She is gifted with magic and has almost limitless potential.
4. Medusa (Rider)
In the first Rider, we see Medusa’s legend has changed over the years, and she is quite loyal, even if her Master is the monster. More than just a pretty face, Medusa is equally stunning in battle, harnessing incredible speed to overwhelm her foes.
Her Noble Phantasm Bellerophon also boosts her Pegasus mount to insane levels, destroying enemies across a wide area.
5. Irisviel von Einzbern
As a homunculus, Irisviel was created for the sole purpose of containing the Holy Grail. But Kiritsugu Emiya saved her from being treated as a tool, showing her the outside world and helping her uncover her emotions.
After showing compassion, Irisviel is a warm friend, so much so that even the struggling Kiritsugu falls in love with and marries her.
Despite knowing it might lead to his death, Irisviel supports her husband’s participation in the Fourth Grail War, believing in him and his dream to eradicate human suffering.
6. Nero (Saber)
Saber in Fate/EXTRA was the Fifth Roman Emperor. Nero had a reputation as a tyrant in running her government.
Her real name is Nero Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus. She was made a Saber-class Servant by Hakuno Kishinami in the Moon Cell Holy Grail War in Fate/EXTRA. She is also one of Ritsuka Fujimaru’s Servants at Fate/Grand Order.
7. Mash Kyrielight
Mash’s mysterious nature is gradually revealed during the mobile game Fate/Grand Order. Created as a genetically enhanced vessel, his body formed the soul of Galahad, a Knight of the Round Table, who eventually unlocked the Shielder class as a Servant.
With some defensive techniques, Shielder could parry attacks like “Excalibur Morgan” with his own Noble Phantasm, “Lord Chaldeans.”
8. Mordred (Saber)
Summoned as Saber of Red in the unique 7-vs-7 battles described in Fate/Apocrypha, Mordred switched genders like King Arthur. Rather than being an antagonist, she is a complex character who crosses the line between hero and villain.
Although classified as a Saber, Mordred fights using a brutal style that is more like a Berserker, prioritizing aggression and speed.
Her Noble Phantasm, Clarent Blood Arthur, functioned similarly to Artoria’s famous Excalibur, unleashing powerful beam-like attacks.
8. Jeanne d’Arc (Ruler)
Like Mordred, Jeanne bears an uncanny resemblance to Artoria, though she possesses the body of a girl named Laeticia. Therefore it is understandable if Caster mistakenly identified Saber as himself in Fate/Zero.
Jeanne appears in Fate/Apocryphaas; she was summoned under the unique Ruler class and was tasked with mediating the ongoing war.
Jeanne’s unique role grants her extraordinary powers, such as detecting spirits, even Assassins hiding presences, traversing miles, and casting Command Spells on other Servants.
10. Scathach (Lancer)
Other Servants in FGOScathach was the one who mentored Cu Chulainn, the original Lancer in Fate/stay the Night. Carrying the demeanor of an older sister, Scathach is a beautiful warrior and a champion of combat and lore.
Skilled with the spear, Scathach would be difficult to kill, and her immortality stat prevented her from dying.
Additionally, her latent abilities allow her to understand the true nature of people and events and teach allied Servants new skills.