The figure of Mash Kyrielight, a Chaldean clerk, who underwent a possession union with a Servant. A so-called Demi-Servant.
Height & Weight
158cm ・ 46kg
Lord Chaldeas Virtual Noble Phantasm Pseudo-Deployment: Cornerstone of Human Order
Rank: D Type: Anti-Unit
The Noble Phantasm deployed by Mash in accordance to her instincts, without understanding the True Name of the Heroic Spirit possessing her. As for why it is crowned with the name of Chaldea, one would think that is because the wish that lies on Mash's basis is ｢to see the future of mankind｣.
Self-Field Defense: C
A power displayed when protecting allies or an allied camp. Exhibits damage reduction surpassing the defensive limit value, but she herself is not affected. Also, the higher the Rank the more it spreads its protective range.
Possession Inheritance: ?
Succeed Phantasm. An unique Skill that Demi-Servants possess. One of the Skills that the possessing Heroic Spirit owns is inherited and sublimated in a self-taught manner. In Mash's case, it is ｢Mana Defense｣. A Skill of the same type as ｢Mana Burst｣, magical power is translated directly into defensive power. For a Heroic Spirit possessing a huge magical power, it would probably become a sacred wall that protects a whole country.
Mash has obtained the True Name of the Heroic Spirit possessing her. The name of that knight is Galahad. One of the Knights of the Round Table from Arthurian Legends. The saint who was the only one to obtain the Holy Grail, just to return it to the heavens. Chaldea had succeed in summoning Heroic Spirits with its own original method, but what lies at its foundation is the ｢place where heroes assemble｣ - the shield held by Mash, were once used for the Round Table and became the catalyst for summoning Galahad.
Lord Camelot Castle of the Distant Utopia
Rank: B+++ Type: Anti-Evil
The Noble Phantasm that Heroic Spirit Galahad possesses. The ultimate protection that employed the Round Table - where the Knights of the Round Table sat at the center of the Castle of White Walls, Camelot - in the form of a shield. Its strength is proportionate to the will power of the user, and it has been said that, so long the heart doesn't break, those castle walls too shall never crumble.