This Servant is a limited Servant. It is only available during special summoning campaigns. When no such campaigns are active, this Servant cannot be summoned. No plans have been revealed to add this Servant to the permanent summoning pool.
The tragic queen who carved her beauty in history, Cleopatra VII.
The last queen of Ptolemaic Egypt and, in practice, the last pharaoh of Ancient Egypt.
In many literary works, she is told as a bewitching beauty who indulged in love and misappropriated her country, but the truth is the exact opposite.
She is highly intelligent, being specially gifted in financial handiness. Under the command of this top lady, the militarily inferior Ptolemaic Egypt grew into one of the greatest economic powers in the world.
Source: Historical Fact Region: Egypt Alignment: Lawful・Neutral Gender: Female
Strictly speaking, the “last pharaoh” would be her child Caesarion, who Cleopatra had chosen as a joint governor in her last years. After all, Caesarion outlived Cleopatra for at least a few days.
However, Caesarion only had 9 years-old when he lost his life. Thus, the de facto “last pharaoh” - who ruled the country and fought against fate - was Cleopatra.
In public, she would behave arrogantly as a queen; but regarding her own personal matters, Cleopatra restrains her eccentric attitude and becomes a well-raised, prudent and cool high-class young woman.
In simple terms, her attribute would be high-handed, sadistic kindness.
Despite having sadistic tastes, she is kind. Although she is an extreme sadist, this does not mean that she gains pleasure at tormenting others.
She does not disparage others in other to feel good herself, but rather she just have that sort of character.
While she behaves as a queen, her true nature is that of a honorable person who understand decorum, pays attention to her surroundings and attempts to preserve harmony.
When foreign delegations arrived, her usual practice would be to disparage at them with words such as:
“In my country, I myself am the absolute standard, and those unattractive are no different from slaves - no matter who they might be. Heh, better prepare yourselves, you inferior or substandard fouls! You can relax to your hearts’ content here!”
All while, at the same time, being concerned with the delegates’ health and rewarding them with the greatest hospitality.
Maybe because of that, countless were the delegates who requested audiences just to be disparaged by Cleopatra, or something.
One was Caesar. She fell in love with him in a manner that couldn’t be more clear. Such passion and state of mind made even the winds that stirred the Mediterranean Sea look dazzling, but...
He died. Despite the unification of the Mediterranean world laying right before his eyes, he ended up being assassinated. Leaving behind their son Caesarion.
And then, there was one person who appeared before Cleopatra as she was lost in tears. A man who announced he would protect Cleopatra and the Ptolemaic Egypt: the Roman general Antonius.
After having loved her country and people, as well as two men - Caesar and Antonius of Rome - in the end, she committed suicide.
It was love. The result of her feelings. As if it could have been the product of self-interest or the likes!--- However, let alone in later generations, there were unanimous rumors about how “that devilish woman seduced the Roman generals” even in her own time. As a result, upon becoming a heroic spirit, she acquired an existence as a “seducing woman endowed with devilish beauty” in this present-day in which she manifested as a Servant.
Even still, as her dignity---
She only gets close to wonderful gentlemen.
A person possessing a sincere nature and, just like the two men she once fell in love with, whom she can believe would not regret dying together with her; only such a person may utterly seduce her.