Astolfo (also Astolpho, Estous and Estouls) is a fictional character in the affair of France, where he is one of Charlemagne’s paladins.
Astolfo’s powers are moon based (La Black Luna, Luna Break Manual) and at new moon his intelligence is more focused and clear. This is based on Astolfo’s European legend “Orlando Furiosa”: Astolfo flew on his hippogriff to the moon where all lost things land to find a friend’s lost mind.
For anyone asking… Astolfo is a guy. Ruler and Sieg call him “they” in episode 5 because they don’t know (yet).
After Basilio proclaims Segismundo king at the end of the play, Segismundo orders Astolfo to marry Rosaura and restore her lost honor.
Royals. Astolfo is one of the twelve paladins of the Frankish kingdom in the collection of medieval legends and poems about the historical figure Charlemagne. Astolfo appears in many early chansons de gesture, but his most notable role was in Orlando Furioso by Ludovico Ariosto.
At the end of the story, Sieg and Astolfo win the Grail War, Sieg wants to transform into the dragon Fafnir and carries the Great Grail to the other side of the world to prevent Shirou Amakusa’s own wish .
Since he has no particular desire to entrust himself to the Holy Grail, this minion’s motivation varies greatly depending on whether he likes his master or not. The guy who is honestly straight to the person he likes, regardless of whether that person is of the opposite sex or the same sex.
Astolfo, in the original Japanese text, does not claim to identify as male or female. That’s fact.
It’s an innate instinct that makes fans like him. It’s almost original. His smile can change a person forever as it has changed many. Think about it, Astolfo has the ability to win a war for the Holy Grail through character’s persistence alone.
There, Rosaura tells Clotaldo that she is a woman, and Clotaldo tells her that he is her father.
„Fate/Apocrypha“ Dawn of the End (TV-Folge 2017) – Rumi Okubo als Astolfo – IMDb.
Astolfo, more than just his servant, is Sieg’s best friend and the savior of his life. He greatly respects and holds Rider in high esteem, stating that he would even go as far as to die for Rider if it was ever necessary, as long as Rider was saved and could continue to exist in the world without him.
The Paladins (or Twelve Peers) are twelve fictional knights of legend, the leading members of Charlemagne’s court in the 8th century. They first appear in the medieval (12th century) chanson de gesture cycle of the Matter of France, where they play a role similar to that of the Knights of the Round Table in Arthurian romances.
Astolfo is a playable character in Fate/EXTELLA LINK. Fate/EXTELLA LINK also features even more playable characters than previous games (e.g. Fate/EXTELLA: The Umbral Star).
This anime is controversial among fans, but not nearly as controversial as Fate/Stay Night. It’s an anime that’s good in its own right, but overshadowed by Ufotable’s adjustments. If all you are expecting is a fun Fate story in Nasuverse, you will enjoy it.