FGO Popularity Poll Reveals Top 30 SSR Servants


An unofficial online popularity poll has revealed Japanese followers’ favourite SSR Servants from Fate/Grand Order, with nearly all of the highest 5 being male Servants. The survey ran between October 2 to October 16, 2021 on NetLab from ITmedia. The full FGO recognition ballot contains 30 Servants. As a warning to those that want to keep away from Servant spoilers, this listing contains Servants who’re solely accessible on the Japanese server. [Thanks, tainbocuailnge!]

According to the recognition ballot, the highest 10 FGO SSR Servants for Japanese followers are:

  1. Oberon – 3341 votes
  2. Ashiya Douman – 2694 votes
  3. Gilgamesh (Archer) – 2296 votes
  4. Senji Muramasa – 1645 votes
  5. Jeanne d’Arc (Alter) – 1549 votes
  6. Edmond Dantes – 1286 votes
  7. Karna – 1255 votes
  8. Ereshkigal – 1246 votes
  9. Morgan – 1183 votes
  10. Merlin – 1165 votes

A complete of 49,773 folks voted. Of the highest ten, three Servants solely appeared as playable Servants from 2021. Though Senji Muramasa made appearances within the story prior, he first confirmed up as a Servant to summon from the New Year’s 2021 gacha. Oberon and Morgan, alternatively, had been solely launched from Lostbelt 6. While this recognition ballot shouldn’t be an official one from Delightworks or Aniplex, it does present the massive curiosity that the participant base has in the direction of male characters in Fate/Grand Order. The complete ballot has a reasonably even break up, as extra feminine characters seem previous the highest 10.

In the feedback for why folks selected to vote for Gilgamesh, many individuals cite his appearances in earlier Fate works. They additionally observe that they began enjoying Fate/Grand Order particularly for Gilgamesh. As for Ashiya Douman, individuals who voted for him talked about that they like his voice, design, and battle animations. (*30*), those that voted for Oberon commented on his position within the story.

Fate/Grand Order is available worldwide on cell gadgets.