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Made in Neka:

Class: Caster

True Name: Iphigenia

Gender: Female

Region: Greece

Source: Greek Mythology and Religion

Alignment: Neutral

Height: 160cm

Weight: 53kg
Voice Claim: Aoi Koga


Strength: D-

Endurance: C-

Agility: C-

Mana: EX

Noble Phantasm: A

Luck: C+

Class Skills

Item Creation: Rank C
Possess the skill, although it is not her specialty. She can create torches with surprising efficiency, however.

Territory Creation: Rank EX (B+)
A skill that comes far more naturally to Iphigenia. As a result of her inherited divinity from Hekate, she is able to claim any territory considered a “crossroads” even if there was a Bounded Field previously in place. She is also able to create and claim territory; though not to the same ease as crossroads. Because of her legend as Iphigenia, altars (both sacrificial and wedding related) both fall under her “claim”.

Magic Resistance: Rank EX (B++)
As a result of being an aspect of the Goddess of Magic, Iphigenia’s magic resistance is extremely high, being practically impenetrable. However, as a result of her magic resistance being derived from being a posthumous divine spirit, her magic resistance is extremely variable. Against non-European magic, or magic from a divine spirit that outranks Hekate, it decreases to the equivalent of Magic Resistance B++.

Personal Skills

Divinity: Rank B
It is said that Iphigenia was turned into the Goddess Hekate, as such, she has a high rank of divinity. However, due to specifically manifesting as “Iphigenia” it is a lower rank than if she truly embraced “being Hekate”.

High Speed Divine Words: Rank D++~EX

The ability to chant magical spells at an accelerated rate, using the language of the Age of the Gods to reduce the amount of words required. Thanks to her inherited Divinity from the Goddess Hekate, Iphigenia has an inherent knowledge and connection to these words. However, as Iphigenia never touched magic in her life, she is inexperienced using them, and tends to mess up. The longer Iphigenia is summoned, the higher the rank of this skill gets.

Magecraft: Rank D~EX
As a result of receiving her powers from the Goddess of Magic, Iphigenia has an innate knowledge of Magecraft. Like with her divine words, Iphigenia needs time to hone this. While her ability may be limited at the moment, the longer she is summoned, the more incredible her spellcasting becomes, becoming nearly unmatched at the peak of her power.

Curse of the Tantalids: Rank E
A skill shared by all members of her family. It decreases the effective luck stat of any servant who possesses it by 2 ranks, and makes it so that the servant will either be drawn towards self-destructive choices (either in the moment, or choices that will lead to their destruction/make enemies), or other servants who did not possess a positive bond with them in life/are currently allies will view them as the most attractive target*. Iphigenia’s Curse is of the “target of aggression” variety rather than the “self-destruction” variety. Thanks to Iphigenia dying young and being slain by another bearer of the curse, her ranking in the curse is low, as it did not have as many chances to work against her.

*An example of a servant who would possess a more inhibiting form of the “self-destruction” flavor of the curse would be Iphigenia’s Grandfather, Atreus, while someone possessing a more extreme “target of aggression” flavor of the curse would be her younger sister, Elektra. Exceptionally cursed individuals, such as her father Agamemnon, would suffer both affects, while her younger brother Orestes - thanks to various factors surrounding his life and his nature as “The One Who Ended the Curse of the Tantalids” - would not possess the skill at all, but rather a Noble Phantasm related to it.

Noble Phantasms

Elpidofóros Ánemos: Blood Stained Sails
Rank: B+
Type: Anti-Obstacle
A Noble Phantasm with the core function of “Kill the Servant who uses it”. Recreating the legend of Iphigenia’s sacrifice, it trades the life of the servant in order for a [guaranteed effect] of making sure that her master reaches [their destination]. It could be described as an effect that affects causality in much the same way as [Gae Bolg: Barbed Spear that Pierces with Death] - locking the cause as “Iphigenia’s Death” and the effect as “The Destination Shall be Reached”. Once the deal has been made, its effects are immutable, with no injury or obstacle stopping the target from reaching their destination. An explosion that would vaporize them would only char them to near-death, a detached head will reattach itself, a hole punched through their torso shall not stop the target’s march to their destination. The “immortality” granted by this Noble Phantasm will linger for a small time after the target arrives at their destination, but, depending on level of injury, they may die soon after reaching their destination.


A cheerful, upbeat big sister type. Easily excitable and filled with thoughts of romance and adventure. The kind of servant to eagerly distract their master from the Grail War for a day on the town so she can enjoy what the modern world has to offer, and then babble about her crush to her master when she gets back. She gives the impression of a bubbly, excitable airhead, who believes that any problem can be solved with enough optimism.
This upbeat nature is not all there is to Iphigenia, however. Any mention or questions about her parents will be answered with detached, passive-aggressive responses - if not outright hostility. While passive-aggressive regarding the topic of her parents, Iphigenia will take an oppurtunity to talk about her younger siblings, often describing them with utmost praise and affection.

Motive and Attitude Towards Master

Iphigenia acts as a cheerful best friend towards her master in most cases, trying to keep their spirits up as often as her’s with regards to strategizing. There are few masters Iphigenia can’t get along with, however, she does have a preference for working with masters who are around her apparent age.
Iphigenia’s wish for the Holy Grail is to use it to summon a servant she has “a score to settle with”. She refuses to say anything further on the subject.

Historical Depiction

Iphigenia is the eldest daughter of Agamemnon, commander of the Greek Forces at Troy, and Clytemnestra, sister to the famous Helen of Troy. Her younger siblings include Elektra, Chrysothemis, and Orestes.

A member of the cursed House of Atreus, which began with Tantalus, all its members are doomed to misery. In spite of this, life for Iphigenia had happy beginnings, as the princess of the most powerful king in all of Greece at the time. She looked out for her siblings, was close to the princesses of other city states, and was fascinated by the rumors of the Prince of Phthia. Her life and good fortunes would change, however, with the kidnapping of her aunt Helen by Paris, a Trojan Prince.

As the armies of Greece marshaled, Agamemnon, Iphigenia’s beloved father, incurred the wrath of Artemis, and so the goddess halted the winds, stranding the Greeks on the beaches of Aulis. The seer Calchas revealed that the goddess would only allow the winds to blow again if Agamemnon sacrificed his greatest treasure; his daughter Iphigenia. Spurred on by his brother Menealus, eager to reclaim his wife, Agamemnon called his wife and daughter to Aulis, claiming that Iphigenia was to be married to Achilles, greatest warrior of the Greeks and Prince of Phthia.

Agamemnon’s will then broke, and he attempted to retract his decision, but Clytemnestra and Iphigenia, infant Orestes in tow, had arrived in Aulis, and the nature of the deception was revealed to Achilles. Worse, Odysseus - who had heard Calchas’ words - was soon interrogated by the army around the prophecy, and when he revealed the Goddess conditions, the Greeks pressed him into leading the mob to seize Iphigenia by force if Agamemnon refused to do the deed. Inflamed by both the deception and the mob mentality his fellow soldiers had fallen into, Achilles bravely declared that he would single-handedly fight the entire Greek Army if he had to in order to keep Iphigenia safe.

Iphigenia, however, had different plans, and agreed to undergo the sacrifice. No one truly knows why. Was it fear? Was it loyalty to the Greek cause? Was it out of love for her family, who she feared would die in the crossfire? No one but Iphigenia knows with 100% certainty, but after telling her mother to raise her siblings well, and try not to hold it against her father too much, she climbed to the altar, and was sacrificed by her own father.

By Artemis’ will, she was transformed into an aspect of the Goddess Hecate after death.


Iphigenia is Achilles’ self-proclaimed love interest. It's not necessarily a hard title to achieve (a princess from Scyros beat her to the title at least, as did a certain refugee from Opus depending on who you ask), but it's one Iphigenia will proudly boast about. That being said, her reactions with the hero when they are face to face are remarkably down to earth and natural. They give the impression of two old classmates who did not get many chances to interact personally, but are understand each other enough to instantly hit off upon reuniting.

Iphigenia treats Odysseus with the same passive-aggressiveness she responds to questions about her parents with. Odysseus seems understanding about this and doesn’t go out of his way to interact with the Princess where he can avoid it. No point in interacting with someone you don’t need to, after all.

Iphigenia should despise Paris for his role in the Trojan War, but her inner big sister won’t let her. She’ll sometimes take the time to thank Apollo for helping her brother.


Iphigenia is awkward around Raikou, with Raikou’s obsession with motherhood causing Iphigenia to be uncomfortable around the mystic slayer. Raikou, for her part, seems unaware of the awkwardness, and keeps trying to get through to her after Kintoki blabbed about much fun he had hanging out with her and Achilles. Iphigenia’s continued avoidance of her has caused Raikou to come to the conclusion that Iphigenia is a delinquent.

Creator's Notes
Gonna start making sheets for the servants of my fan grail war. The Emer I posted a while back was the Assassin of that war, while Iphigenia is the Caster. I, uh, still need to decide the Rider tho lol lmao.