Johanna Will Be Fate/Grand Order Valentine’s Day 2023 Servant

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Lasengle teased the appearance of Johanna, who will appear for a limited time in the Japanese server of Fate/Grand Order. She will be the Valentine’s Day event Servant for 2023. The Valentine’s Day event will start from February 17, 2023 on the Japanese server, and more information on her kit, profile, and voice actress will appear on that date.

This year will be similar to previous Valentine’s Day events in Fate/Grand Order. As you complete quests, you will be able to collect points to get chocolates. You can then give the chocolates to your Servants, who will either give you a chocolate (female Servants) in return or a gift (male Servants). These events will have voices, which means that the download file for the update will be bigger than normal.

As well, you will need to complete Singularity F (Fuyuki) in order to participate in the Valentine’s Day event. That being said, there will be some spoilers for Lostbelt 3 in the story. For certain Servants, you will have to clear their respective stories as well. For example, you will not be able to receive a gift from Oberon unless you have completed Lostbelt 6.

Historically, Pope Johanna (Pope Joan) was a pope who reigned for two years during the Middle Ages. However, modern scholars consider her story to be fictional rather than fact. She had disguised herself as a man and became Pope through her natural abilities. However, people discovered her sex when she went into labor. Details of her death vary depending on the story.

Fate/Grand Order is readily available on mobile devices, and Johanna will appear in the gacha when the Valentine’s Day event starts on February 17, 2023.

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