Gilles de Rais - Caster

Offering to the God

Gilles: Oh, what a wasteland! Scorched earth with no sign of human life, nor blade of grass left behind!

Gilles: What manner of disaster could have befallen it?

Mash: We're not sure of the details, either. At any rate, a strange natural disaster beyond human knowledge...

Gilles: Natural disaster! Not the ravages of war? Some caprice of God unrelated to Man's sins wiped out those living here?

Dr. Roman: Yes...Because this is impossible for the people of this era, perhaps you could call it a trick of fate.

Gilles: Oh, how wretched! How disastrous! How tragic! This cannot go unanswered!

Mash: ...Caster...

Mash: Senpai, you can't judge a book by its cover. Gilles may look terrifying, but he's a good Heroic Spirit.

Dr. Roman: Hm...I had some concern regarding the man who was the basis for the legend of Bluebeard, but...

Fujimaru 1: He really was a good man, wasn't he?

Gilles: Of course! No one else values life more highly than I, Gilles de Rais!

Fujimaru 2: Are you forcing yourself?

Gilles: Nonsense! No one else values life more highly than I, Gilles de Rais!

Mash: He really is a good man!

Gilles: Human life is like a fruit. Squeeze, and the gem-like nectar shall sates my thirst. However!

Gilles: Pain and screams! Fear and despair! Crushed before they could be fully squeezed out is such a waste!

Mash: ...Pardon?

Gilles: Outrageous! A natural disaster as a caprice of God, and the waste of new lives is outrageous!

Gilles: The agonies of all creatures should only be unleashed by one who appreciates the joy of plucking out a life!

Mash: ...I take back what I said. Senpai, sticking with this weirdo will only ruin Chaldea's reputation.

Dr. Roman: Well, even so. His abilities as a Servant can't be measured by the scale of good and evil.

Dr. Roman: His personality may be kind of out there, but consider him an invaluable assets to be used effectively.

Fujimaru 1: I don't like this...

Gilles: Oh? Does my Master still not understand fully the true beauty of life?

Gilles: No surprising. Precious few have a genius for aesthetics. It's not something you develop in a short time.

Fujimaru 2: Sounds fun!

Gilles: Heheheh, so, you understand, my Master. How joyful to work with a Master who thinks as I do.

Gilles: In place of God and Satan, let us both savor the light of life, treasured as the stars!

Mash: I heard that Gilles de Rais was a great hero who supported Jeanne d'Arc as a war marshal.

Dr. Roman: Yes, but at the same time, he's known as a pleasure killer who murdered hundreds of young children.

Dr. Roman: While he's a popular Heroic Spirit, that dual nature means he can be a completely different person depending on the class he's summoned in.

Dr. Roman: How well you master a Servant like this depends on the Master's latent potential.

Dr. Roman: Which means, Fujimaru, you'll just have to do your best!

Mash: Meaning it's not your problem, Doctor?

Fou: Fooou...

Dr. Roman: Um, look! While we're talking, the enemy signatures are getting closer!

Gilles: Oh? Talk about a rough welcome right after I'm summoned.

Gilles: Very well. I shall enlighten these creatures on the true beauty of how one should kill!

Mash: Um...I suppose this needs to be taken care of first...

Mash: Master, you'll have to use this new Servant to get through this ordeal.

Mash: I'll be trying hard, too, so fight bravely!


Gilles: Hee hee hee hee! How lovely! How lovely!

Gilles: I thought them as mere hors d'oeuvres, but these children sing unexpectedly well.

Gilles: Hmm, should I reevaluate the enemy as well, perhaps? In their own ways, they are beautiful and intriguing materials.

Gilles: Crush them! Cut them open! Rip out their guts! We must hear the sound of their screams for ourselves!

Gilles: Heh, this is turning out to be an enjoyable journey, my Master.

Mash: ...Senpai, don't tell me you're planning to keep using this troublemaker...are you?

Mash: I... I don't think I'll ever eat octopus again...

Fou: Fuuouu...

Dr. Roman: Well, if you ignore what he says and does, I think he makes a pretty useful asset...

Dr. Roman: Well, let's leave that up to Fujimaru. It's not a proposal one can calmly make from the Command Room.