Reincarnated In Fate grand order

Dante is the Fate Grand Order junkie. One day, he angrily hit his cell phone which suddenly started to glow and then exploded.

Kj18 · Anime & Comics
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chapter 6

Altria advanced with determination towards the creatures, her spear raised and ready for combat. Her horse, strong and agile, galloped at an impressive speed while she destroyed any being that dared to cross her path. With each precise and deadly blow, the black light of her spear shone even more intensely, reflecting the determination in her eyes.

Not satisfied with her strength and speed, Altria focused and used her "Mana Burst A+", a powerful resource that gave her even more strength and speed. Her movements became even faster and more precise, and the creatures were no match for her combat skills. She seemed to be on another level of skill and strength.

Mash, although slower than Altria, did not let her confidence falter. Determined to show her ability, she courageously advanced towards the creatures, raising her shield as defense while attacking fiercely. Despite her inexperience, she proved to be a formidable opponent, bravely resisting the creatures' attacks.

As the intense battle continued, I watched with a smile on my lips, confident that Altria would emerge victorious. Mash was an excellent warrior, but did not seem to be a match for Altria's skill and experience. With each blow she struck, I became more certain that victory was inevitable.

"Looks like someone lost," I bragged to Ritsuka, who seemed discouraged by the defeat. I thought of saying something to cheer her up, but she looked at me with a confident smile on her face.

"Next time, I won't lose!" she said with conviction.

"Don't daydream," I teased her. "Your chances of winning were pretty slim."

"How about a friendly duel between us, servants, if they accept? Are you up for it?" Ritsuka asked with motivation.

"If you want to..." I was about to answer, but we were interrupted by Olga, who approached us.

"Hey, girl, Mash is not your servant!" she said firmly. "Well, for now she is, but when we return to Chaldea, I'll introduce her to a first-class master. You'll stay in some corner of Chaldea." The brutality of her words left Ritsuka speechless, but I couldn't help but feel sorry for her. After all, she was just trying to have fun with her servant.

"If you keep acting like this, I don't know if I can marry you," I said to Olga with a mischievous smile. Her expression was one of surprise, perhaps not expecting me to tease her like that.

"You...you are shameless!" she replied, with a flushed face, and walked away from me, lightly pushing me as she walked towards Mash and Altria, who were already coming back.

I wondered if I had gone too far with the joke and turned to Ritsuka, who was next to me. "Did I exaggerate?" I asked, concerned.

"Maybe. I don't know her very well, so I'm not sure. But considering her personality, it's possible that she got irritated," Ritsuka replied, with a thoughtful expression.

"You're a girl, you should understand better what's going on in her head, right?" I asked, curious.

"Do you know what men think all the time?" Ritsuka countered, with a slight smile on her lips.

"Well, not all the time, but I can guess depending on the subject," I replied, realizing that I had been a bit foolish in asking that question. However, Ritsuka seemed quite open and showed no discomfort in talking about the subject.

Mash approached me and Ritsuka and asked with curiosity, "What happened?" She noticed the irritation and shame on Olga's face as she passed by her, so she was eager to know what had happened.

I took responsibility and replied, "I think I said something that made her quite angry."

Realizing the seriousness of the situation, I told Mash, "Don't worry, I'll talk to her." and headed towards Olga, who was sitting near the bridge where the creatures had emerged. I was surprised by her courage, as many would have been scared after what happened.

Altria followed me, riding her horse. As we walked together, I thought out loud, "I need to make Olga forget what I said, but how?"

Then, Altria, my loyal servant, offered an unexpected solution, "If the master wishes, I can make her disappear from this world."

I was shocked by the proposal and asked, "What do you mean?"

Altria explained in her cold and calm voice, "The master is more important. If I believe she could be an obstacle for you, as your servant, it is my duty to rid you of anything that could harm you in the present or future."

I was a little happy with Altria's determination, even though I knew she wasn't a Yandere. She simply saw me as a master, but perhaps that would change in the future. Either way, I intended to keep her loyalty and protection always by my side.

I looked at Altria and asked, curious, "Don't you feel even a little bit guilty or something?"

Altria replied seriously, "I have killed many people, both good and bad. However, I do not feel guilt or remorse. As long as the master orders, I will do whatever it takes."

I didn't know much about Altria's history, even though it is quite famous. But I knew she had been corrupted by the Holy Grail. Still, I believe she is a good and loyal person. She doesn't seem to care about destroying a city or doing anything I ordered.

I wondered if her lack of guilt and remorse was due to the fact that she was an Alter Ego. Although I knew little about them, I knew they were often different from their normal versions.

Either way, I value Altria's loyalty and that she will do anything to protect me and follow my orders.

I approached Olga, who was sitting, and I didn't know what to say. Should I apologize? But I didn't do anything wrong, well, I played with her. Yes, I have to apologize. How annoying.

I approached Olga, who was sitting near the bridge where the creatures had emerged. I was a little nervous and didn't know what to say. Should I apologize for bothering her? But I hadn't done anything wrong, I had just played with her. In the end, I decided that an apology wouldn't hurt anyone.

"Hi, director," I said, feeling a little awkward.

Olga looked at me, seeming impatient. "Are you just going to stand there waiting for the Singularity to end without doing anything? We're wasting time. Let's go!" she spoke, showing no sign of hurt or resentment.

I was relieved to see that Olga didn't seem angry with me anymore, but I still wondered if she was still mad about the joke. However, at the moment, I couldn't afford to worry about that. I needed to focus on getting out of this Singularity and ensuring the safety of myself and Altria.