First Fate/Grand Order Collab Event Returns With a Garden of Sinners Revival


Aniplex revealed a major Fate/Grand Order event will be rerun. Garden of Sinners, the novel by Fate/stay night, Melty Blood, and Tsukihime author Kinoko Nasu, is returning to the game. This means the Fate/Grand Order Ryougi Shiki event and Nasu-written storyline will be back between February 18-March 1, 2020.

The Fate/Grand Order Ryougi Shiki event was originally held in the global version of the game between February 8-22, 2018. People would temporarily join along side the Garden of Sinners heroine, tacking missions in a mansion to earn event rewards like the Chorus, Decapitating Bunny 2018, Summer’s Precognition, and Threefold Barrier Craft Essences and the ability to permanently add the four-star Assassin Ryougi to your roster.

Here’s Ryougi Shiki Assassin’s Noble Phantasm, Vijñāpti-mātratā: Mystic Eyes of Death Perception.

A Fate/Grand Order Garden of Sinners Pickup Summon will be active during the event and end on March 2, 2020. The two featured servants will be the returning five-star Saber Ryougi Shiki and new four-star Archer Asagami Fujino. Both will only be available via this banner and not added to the Story summon. Also, four-star Lancer Altria Pendragon (Alter), four-star Lancer Elizabeth Bathory, three-star Rider Boudica, three-star Assassin Henry Jekyll & Hyde, and three-star Caster Mephistopheles will also be available.

Here is Ryougi Shiki Saber’s Amalavijñāna – Boundary of Emptiness Noble Phantasm:


You can see Asagami Fujino’s Noble Phantasm Vijñāpti-mātratā: Mystic Eyes of Distortion here:

Fate/Grand Order is available for Android and Apple iOS devices. Its Valentine’s Day event will end today. Before that, Minamoto-no-Raikou and Shuten-Douji appeared.

Jenni Lada
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