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Fate/Grand Order - Caenis - 1/7 - Lancer (Good Smile Company)Fate/Grand Order - Caenis - 1/7 - Lancer (Good Smile Company)¥ Buy¥ Buy

Fate/Grand Order - Caenis - 1/7 - Lancer (Good Smile Company)
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1/7  H=265mm (10.34in, 1:1=1.86m)
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02/2023 As Standard
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Can’t wait for this one.
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MaxConvoy2 months ago#112068521Do you guys think this figure might lean hard over time?
I am not an expert, but the angle doesn´t seem that bad, I hope it´ll be fine.
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Do you guys think this figure might lean hard over time?
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LucyMP3 months ago#110772613Don't know if you guys played this Lostbelt or even read their servant bio, but in short Caenis is in FGO genderless. Ceanis is a man in the body of a woman and feels most of the time uncomfortable in their body in FGO. So that is why their gender in their bio is called unknown, because they don't even know it themselves. Non-binary represantation also matters...
And everything else said is true! Very interesting! I'm a history and mythology teacher at the University of The High Arts and it makes me very happy to see people talk about (greek) myths in dept. That makes fgo so much fun to me.
But if you want them to be a woman, it's a fictional character, you can change whatever you want.
You probably disagree with me and that is 100% okey. My point is that I didn't even make this up, it is literaly in the official bio. If they were a woman they would have just said that like all the other genderbend characters fgo has..

I would like to point out that Caenis was indeed a woman, and then asked to be changed to man, not because she felt she was actually a man, but to achieve her goal. Her goal, depending on the particular version of the myth one subscribes to, can vary between wanting to be a soldier (something not possible in her context since it was a role reserved for men) or wanting to never suffer the abuse she suffered as a woman.

Her character is played for laughs in FGO since she last being a man after her wish was granted, behaves like one. She ends up behaving in a way one attributes to a male macho character, which leads to humour. So Caenis as summoned is most definitely a woman. If she were a man, then there is no humour to be had at her expense. The jokes in FGO fall flat.
3 months ago
LucyMP3 months ago#110772613Don't know if you guys played this Lostbelt or even read their servant bio, but in short Caenis is in FGO genderless. Ceanis is a man in the body of a woman and feels most of the time uncomfortable in their body in FGO. So that is why their gender in their bio is called unknown, because they don't even know it themselves. Non-binary represantation also matters...
And everything else said is true! Very interesting! I'm a history and mythology teacher at the University of The High Arts and it makes me very happy to see people talk about (greek) myths in dept. That makes fgo so much fun to me.
But if you want them to be a woman, it's a fictional character, you can change whatever you want.
You probably disagree with me and that is 100% okey. My point is that I didn't even make this up, it is literaly in the official bio. If they were a woman they would have just said that like all the other genderbend characters fgo has..


I have not gotten around to playing that yet. I've always been rather interested in history. For things like this it's not really about agreement or disagreement for me. It's more about trying to determine the original intent of the myth, and stories like this one are outliers from what I would consider more typical.
3 months ago
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