Fate/Grand Order Lostbelt 6 Introduces Four New Servants

Lostbelt 6 Fate/Grand Order new servants

Lostbelt 6, Fairy Realm of the Round Table: Avalon le Fae, is now live in the Japanese version of Fate/Grand Order. The new main story chapter launched after the Fate/Grand Order live-stream. The first Fate/Grand Order banner features three new Servants. Delight Works also showed Oberon, who was designed by Chica Umino of Honey and Clover fame. It is currently unknown if a playable version of Oberon will appear in the future. Artoria Caster will play a major role in Lostbelt 6, as she is featured on the story banner and in the commercial. The three new characters who will appear on the first banner for Lostbelt 6 are Fairy Knight Tristan, Fairy Knight Gawain, and Morgan.

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Azumi Waki (Special Week of Uma Musume: Pretty Derby) voices Fairy Knight Tristan, who has a one-target Noble Phantasm, Fetch Failnaught. Similar to Tristan’s Failnaught, it gives Fairy Knight Tristan a buff that ignores evasion. It can also give her target the Curse debuff. Fairy Knight Tristan is a 4-star Archer.

Marina Inoue (Armin Arlert of Attack on Titan) voices Fairy Knight Gawain, whose Noble Phantasm Black Dog Galatine can hit the entire enemy party. It also increases the effectiveness of her Buster cards, and decreases the amount of turns for her skills to cool down. She can also increase her max HP for five turns after using her Noble Phantasm. Fairy Knight Gawain is a 4-star Saber.

Lastly, Yui Ishikawa (2B of NieR: Automata) voices Morgan, who will be the only 5-star in the first banner. She is a Servant in the Berserker class and her Noble Phantasm, Lordless Camelot, deals damage to the enemy party and applies buffs to the main party. She can deal the Curse debuff to the enemy while raising the overcharge level for allies’ Noble Phantasms.

Part 1 of Lostbelt 6 and its new servants are currently available in the Japanese version of Fate/Grand Order, though players need to complete previous main stories to access it. There is currently a campaign where all quests cost only a quarter of the usual AP. Fate/Grand Order is playable on mobile devices. Part 2 will launch on July 14, 2021.

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