Caster  is the Caster-class Servant of Ryuunosuke Uryuu in the Fourth Holy Grail War of Fate/Zero. His true identity is Gilles de Rais, a French nobleman from the 15th century. He participated in the Hundred Years' War as a Marshal and was once a comrade-in-arms of Joan of Arc.

Caster is the Caster-class Servant of Ryuunosuke Uryuu in the Fourth Holy Grail…

Gilles de Rais - Wikipedia

Gilles de Rais - Wikipedia

Gilles de Rais was an early serial killer. A French noble, he fought alongside Joan of Arc against England. He had a habit of decapitating and torturing young boys from the local villages. Rais also had his servants kill young boys while he watched.  His downfall stemmed from a failed attempt to kidnap a clergyman. This led to an investigation. He was hanged on October 26, 1440.

Gilles de Rais - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Gilles de Montmorency-Laval Baron de Rais, was a Breton knight, a leader in the French army and a companion-in-arms of Joan of Arc. He is best known as a prolific serial killer of children.

Gilles de Rais, in 1429 the king of France granted him a orle of the arms of France.

Gilles de Rais, in 1429 the king of France granted him a orle of the arms of France.

Gilles de Rais inspired the tale of Bluebeard. But was he really a murderer?

The Modern Movement to Exonerate a Notorious Medieval Serial Killer

Gilles de Rais inspired the tale of Bluebeard. But was he really a murderer?

Vandals (germanic tribe)

Vandals (germanic tribe)

Gilles de Rais (a French nobleman 1404) is considered to be the precursor to the modern serial killer. Before he began his killing spree, he rode as a military captain in the army lead by St Joan of Arc – though it is unlikely that she knew him. He was accused and ultimately convicted of torturing, raping and murdering dozens, if not hundreds, of young children, mainly boys.

Gilles de Rais, Born 1404 (a French nobleman) is considered to be the precursor to the modern serial killer. Before he began his killing spree, he rode.

Gilles de Rais - "Gilles de Laval, Lord of Rais, performs sorcery on his victims", an 1862 illustration by Jean Antoine Valentin Foulquier - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Bluebeard prototype Gilles de Rais - Beauty will save

Gilles de Rais (a French nobleman) is considered to be the precursor to the modern serial killer. Before he began his killing spree, he rode as a military captain in the army lead by St Joan of Arc – though it is unlikely that she knew him. He was accused and ultimately convicted of torturing, raping and murdering dozens, if not hundreds, of young children, mainly boys. He is considered the real-life Bluebeard.

Some historical people who sold their souls to Satan escaped unscathed, and maybe even boasted about their deals, while others came to regret their satanic bargains.

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