Fate/Grand Order Alter Ego Class Explained

Want to know about Alter Ego class in Fate Grand Order? Check this guide out.

Fate/Grand Order is a role-playing game in which you get to play with several other characters. Now, each of these characters falls under the Servant Class. It is further divided into 3 main types of Classes namely, Knight, Cavalry, and Extra classes. One of these classes is the Alter Ego in Fate/Grand Order. This class has decent stats and its strengths and weaknesses are not subject to any class.

Alter Egos aren’t actually Heroic characters but they are more like emotional manifestations of the characters. However, they are considered separate entities once they are detached from the character. In this guide, we have covered the strengths and weaknesses of the Alter Ego class against other classes. You can refer to this article to learn more about the characters in the said class and improve your gameplay.

What are the Stats of Alter Ego Class in Fate/Grand Order?

Alter Ego Fate/Grand Order

As mentioned earlier, Alter Ego characters have considerable stats and hence can be a tad difficult to master them. It is possible that the said class is powerful against one class but has no effect on the other. Because of this trait, you can’t be sure when to choose an Alter Ego character. Well, you will find the strengths and weaknesses of the Alter Ego class in Fate/Grand Order given below.


Alter Ego class is strong against Foreigners and is decent against Riders, Casters, and Assasins. They deal 2x damage against foreigners making them helpless against the said class. When it comes to the remaining three classes, Alter Ego deals 1.5x damage to them. Apart from that, they perform considerably well against Berserkers because although they deal 2x damage to them, they take 1.5x damage from them.


Alter Ego class has a hard time facing Sabers, Archers, and Lancers. Because the former deals a mere 0.5x damage to the latter classes. Apart from these, Pretenders also have an upper hand against Alter Ego class by dealing 2x damage to them while taking only 0.5x damage.

Hence it is advised to have a Support character to back the Alter Ego class. This is all you need to know about the Alter Ego Class in Fate/Grand Order. Hopefully, this article was helpful to you. While you’re here, you can feel free to check out other similar articles such as Fate/Grand Order Tier List.