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Fate/Grand Order Gives Spiritron Dresses to Jeanne and Shuten

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DelightWorks revealed two more Servants who will receive a new Spiritron Dress in the upcoming Fate/Grand Order: Waltz in the Moonlight/LOSTROOM collaboration. The characters are Shuten Doji (Assassin) and Jeanne d’Arc (Ruler). This means that there are only two more costumes to reveal.

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The Spiritron Dress for Shuten Doji is “Cherry Blossoms in Full Bloom” or “Ouka Ranman.” True to its name, it is a kimono with a bright and cheery sakura design on the sleeves and bottom. Its checkered pattern is in line with Shuten Doji’s more playful and whimsical personality. This is Shuten Doji’s first Spiritron Dress in Fate/Grand Order, though she received a free Caster version for the 2020 Oniland event.

Jeanne d’Arc’s Spiritron Dress is called “Prove.” It is a white dress with sheer sleeves, a wing-like pattern around her torso, lace embroidery, fleur-de-lis designs, and a lace headdress. With the split tails on the back and the feather design, it resembles a swan. Like Shuten Doji, this is Jeanne d’Arc’s first Spiritron Dress, but an Archer version of her appeared in the Summer Servant Festival event.

There is a total of twelve outfits for the Fate/Grand Order: Waltz in the Moonlight/LOSTROOM collaboration. Last week, the outfits for Tamamo Cat and Euryale were revealed. As well, the event will allow players to get a free Foreigner version of Mysterious Heroine X Alter.

Fate/Grand Order is readily available on mobile devices, but the recent Spiritron Dresses will only appear on the Japanese server. There is no known date for when they will show up in the global server.

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