Mordred (Rider)

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April Fool's
Chaotic Good
Max HP 11,400
HP Rank
Max ATK 9,212
ATK Rank
Base Atk1,535Base HP1,824
Max Atk 9,212 Max HP 11,400
Grail Atk 11,154 Grail HP 13,822
NP per Hit (%) 0.71%
NP when Attacked (%) 3%
Star Absorption 204
Star Generation per Hit 9.2%

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Servant Skills

Cerulean Ride A

Increases own Arts performance for 3 turns.

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Arts + 20%21%22%23%24%25%26%27%28%30%
CD 7 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 5

Available from the start

Rodeo Flip A+

Grants self Evasion for 1 turn.
Increases own critical star generation rate for 1 turn.

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Star Rate + 30%32%34%36%38%40%42%44%46%50%
CD 9 9 9 9 9 8 8 8 8 7

Unlocks after 1st Ascension

Endless Summer B

Grants self Guts status for 1 time, 3 turns. (Revive with 1000 HP.)
Charges own NP gauge.

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NP + 20%21%22%23%24%25%26%27%28%30%
CD 9 9 9 9 9 8 8 8 8 7

Unlocks after 3rd Ascension

Class Skills

Magic Resistance B

Increase your Debuff Resist by 17.5%.

Surfing A

Increase your Arts Card effectiveness by 5%.
Increase your Critical Star Drop Rate by 5%.

Noble Phantasm

Prydwen Tube Riding A

Deal heavy damage to all enemies.


Chance to decrease Charge for all enemies.

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Prydwen Tube Riding

Kingly Mood of Reining in Surging Waves!

Rank Classification Hit-Count
A Anti-Wave 5

Deal heavy damage to all enemies.

Level 1 2 3 4 5
450% 600% 675% 712.5% 750%
Overcharge Effect

Chance to decrease Charge for all enemies.

Charge 100% 200% 300% 400% 500%
1 1 1 1 1

Assorted Info

ID 132
Cost 12
Gender Female
Growth Semi-Reverse S
Inst. Death Chance 35.00%
Damage Distribution Quick 16,33,51
Damage Distribution Arts 33,67
Damage Distribution Buster 100
Damage Distribution Extra 10,20,30,40
Damage Distribution NP 6,13,20,26,35

Attack / HP Growth

Stat Ratings

Ascension Materials


Skill Enhancement Materials

1 → 2 100,000
2 → 3 200,000
3 → 4 600,000
4 → 5 800,000
5 → 6 2,000,000
6 → 7 2,500,000
7 → 8 5,000,000
8 → 9 6,000,000
9 → 10 10,000,000

Costume Dress Materials

Costume Cost Materials
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Bond CE

Bond Level 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Bond Pts Req. 1,500 2,250 3,000 3,750 4,500 225,000 260,000 270,000 300,000 395,000

When equipped on Mordred (Rider),
Increase party's NP Strength by 20% while on the field.

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The Knight of Treachery (swimsuit edition) is an Arts AoE Rider with one intensive focus - Constant AoE NP spam. While her base NP gain is somewhat low compared to the average for a servant with two 2-hit Arts cards, she more than compensates for it with the various Arts boosts provided by her kit, an NP gauge increase skill, and, most importantly, good hitcounts on her NP. All these factors together allow Mordred Rider to receive a 43% NP gauge refund from her own kit when hitting a full 3 enemy wave with her NP, and even more with team assistance or an NPAA chain.

Mordred’s new look doesn’t end there, with two solid durability skills to keep her consistently on the field, and a little niche star generation buff to make her Arts-focused chains actually provide stars as well for further NP spamming. While Mordred Rider ultimately falls down to being a one-trick pony who relies on having 3 foes to blast with Prydwen, she does it so incredibly well that it forces her into a powerful position for any Arts team.


Incredible NP Spam Power

Mordred Rider arguably has the best NP spam in the game if she can get the right conditions, being able to completely refund her gauge back to 100% with her own kit and a solid NPQA or NPAA chain. She can manage more or less the same without any real assistance from her own cards if she has a Tamamo and Nero Bride by her side. While the damage output of her NP isn’t spectacular in a single instance, the fact each one tends to lead into another very easily makes it more powerful than it initially appears. Most AoE NPs out-damage Mordred Rider’s, but few can so easily NP twice in succession like her's can.

High Durability

With both a dodge from Rodeo Flip and a guts from Endless Summer, Mordred Rider has no issues enduring the more threatening attacks she may face on a sortie. While both skills are on an absurd skill cooldown of 9 turns at base, most battles struggle to last long enough for them to come back off cooldown without using a stall team (which, admittedly, Mordred Rider has good synergy with), so it isn’t as terrible as it may seem. She can endure any NP thrown at her, even if it has inherent Invulnerability Pierce, making her a very consistent damage dealer.

Stall Team Synergy

Prydwen Tube Surfing packs a handy, while inconsistent, chance to reduce the NP gauge of every enemy hit by it, with the chance scaling with overcharge. This, combined with Mordred Rider’s Arts card focus and strong durability, makes her an excellent contributor to stall teams, especially those facing off waves of 3 powerful servants with threatening NP gauges. The 50% chance to get the NP gauge drop may not be reliable, but all RNG falls to consistency, and Mordred Rider can absolutely manage to chain multiple NPs in the same battle consistently. As such, she remains a powerful damage dealing pick with some unique stall power on the side.


Dependance on Team Composition

In order to be able to back-to-back NPs without getting an NPAA chain, Mordred Rider needs crits. To get back-to-back NPs without Crits, she needs Arts and/or NP gain buffs. The point being, Mordred Rider ultimately needs something she can’t provide for herself if she wants to be able to NP spam consistently, since banking on drawing an NPAA chain is hardly reliable. As a result, she usually needs one, if not both, of her teammates to provide a supportive tool to her in some way, whether it’s NP gauge chargers from Waver, Arts buffs from Tamamo or critical stars from any sort of star generator. While Mordred technically performs fine solo, her performance with 2 teammates who don’t provide anything to her and steal both her card spots and critical stars isn’t so good.

Mediocre Raw Damage

Mordred Rider, while packing some offensive buffs to aid her damage output, still isn’t a force of nature like Rider Kintoki or Santa Alter tend to be. Her kit certainly attempts to compensate for it with how easy it is to spam her NP, but sometimes you only have the resources or turns to get one NP off, and you want it to hit as hard as humanly possible. In both ST and AoE situations, Mordred Rider gets outclassed by competitors. While she still has impressive regular Arts card damage due to her Arts buff’s 3 turn duration, it doesn’t really tend to compensate for the vast gap in NP damage output, or something like the absurd card damage Rider Kintoki’s NPQQ chain can pull off in the right conditions.

Level Up Skill Recommendation

Cerulean Ride is the most important part of Rider Mordred’s kit, increasing both her damage output and NP gain, so leveling it has high priority.

Leveling Rodeo Flip may be good if you wish to keep her dodge on a lower cooldown as well as produce more stars on her NP, but generally it can’t be used on the same turn as Mordred Rider’s NP, making most of the benefits from leveling redundant.

Endless Summer doesn’t have an improvement in the Guts buff from leveling, but it does gain a slight improvement in the NP gauge increase and will reduce its cooldown, making it important in contributing to Mordred Rider’s focus on NP spam.

Craft Essence Recommendation

  • Formal Craft / Divine Banquet / Repeat Magic (Limit Broken) - While these options provide different stats, their goal is the same for Mordred’s kit - provide as much NP spam as possible. Each has their own upsides individually - raw Arts Performance gives a significant damage boost, but doesn’t give the same bonus to NP gain an NP gain buff CE does, thanks to how Arts Performance and NP gain buffs stack multiplicatively. Repeat Magic also has the added bonus of a small NP gauge charge, letting Mordred Rider get up to 100% with [Skill 3] and a Waver on turn 1, while still reaping the benefits of a low-cost CE.
  • Golden Sumo / Little Halloween Devil / Magical Girl of Sapphire / Holy Night Supper / Grand Puppeteer - If Rider Mordred wants to NP early on but still get some side benefits, then these are the CEs of choice. Golden Sumo and Holy Night Supper improve Mordred’s damage output significantly while still helping her get that first NP off. Meanwhile Little Halloween Devil and Grand Puppeteer hope to close things out hard and fast with a brutal chain of NPs. Note that Grand Puppeteer only grants its Arts buff for 3 turns, so it may be wise to keep Mordred Rider in the backline and swap her in using the Chaldea Combat uniform to maximize its duration.
  • Kaleidoscope / The Imaginary Element (Limit Broken) - Mordred Rider packs a small NP gauge charger, allowing her to immediately NP when using these two CEs without any external support. If she has sufficient support from an allied Nero Bride or Tamamo this is an effective option, as Mordred Rider can immediately wipe out the first wave she comes across and then quickly charge up the next NP for good measure. Naturally, this is also her first pick for QP and EXP farming, as damage isn’t exactly a priority so long as you meet the damage benchmarks.

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Other Info

Release Date
AKA/Alias/Nicknames Miss Surfer Mor, Miss Su-Mor
Country/Place of Origin
Illustrator Konoe Ototsugu
Seiyuu (CV) Sawashiro Miyuki




Limited - Can only be summoned during certain events

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