Astolfo - The Rider-Class Servant Of Celenike Icecolle Of "Fate/Apocrypha"
He is one of Ritsuka Fujimaru's servants in the Fate/Grand Order Grand Order wars. He is an army soldier in Fate's Hakuno Kishinami's army.
In the Charlemagne Legend, he is said to be one of Charlemagne's twelve loyal Paladins and the son of an English king. Astolfo, one of Charlemagne's Twelve Paladins, is reputed to be the most attractive, most upbeat, and least sensible of the Twelve. According to folklore, Astolfo was a real ladies' man.
Despite being described in stories as "weak," Astolfo, Roland's cousin, is one of the twelve. Due to his exploits as an intrepid traveler who eventually made it to the Moon after flying all around the globe, Astolfo has inspired numerous legends.
He had acquired many Mystic Codes on his travels, including his flute, grimoire, and sparkling golden spear. On the back of famous mounts like the griffin and the Rabicano, Astolfo gave rise to several stories, but the Hippogriff is perhaps the most well-known of them all.
Astolfo is reputed to have committed just as many mistakesas there are magnificent tales about him. He frequently lost riding competitions, fell into a number of thaumaturgical traps, and even quickly forgot the significance of the reason he had picked up at the moon. Astolfo, on the other hand, never stumbled; he didn't appear to view loss or failure as mistakes in the first place.
Fate/Grand Order - Astolfo (Saber) Servant Introduction
Astolfo is an eccentrically dressed androgynous boy. He claims that his hair ornaments, which resemble something a princess might wear and are beyond all comparison beautiful, are an "irresistible proof of friendship" that he uses to calm down his depressively insane boon partner, Roland.
Although it is shocking, it is common for tales to be skewed. His look contradicts the legend that he was the most attractive of Charlemagne's Twelve Peers. He dresses "like a girl" on purpose since he enjoys cute stuff.
Astolfo is a boy who resembles a girl or a princess as he enjoys wearing girly and cute stuff.
In episode 5, Ruler and Sieg refer to him as "her" because they don't know (yet) that he is a male and dresses as a girl because of his interest in cute stuff.
Yes, Astolfo has a love interest and Astolfo's love interest is Rosaura. Even though Astolfo loves Rosaura, he is initially hesitant to marry her because she is not of royal lineage. But as soon as Clotaldo acknowledges that Rosaura is his child, Astolfo impulsively accepts her proposal of marriage.
There is no information about his exact age but for years, Rider was a human, never growing older.
In his tale, Astolfo is described as having "curiosity in human form" for being irrationally enthusiastic and without any rationale. He is a Servant who, when not in conflict, will immediately leave with or without permission from his master to partake in worldly pleasures since he is more preoccupied with the immediate prospect of a second existence than anything else.