Name: Alonso Quixano (Don Quixote)
Alignment: Chaotic Good
Weapon: La Mancha Spear ~ This is just a rusty spear. Under the effects of his Noble Phantasm, it can transform into an enchanted spear with enhanced durability, making it practically indestructible and increasing its damage by 30 points.
Don Quixote is almost completely insane, but he is actually capable of backing up his strange manner of viewing the world with solid arguments. Even if anyone were to argue with him regarding his delusions, claiming that the knights in the stories that literally drove him crazy were all but non-existent legends, he would try to explain the concept as vehemently as possible to the point when the other person either gives up due to frustration or loses sight of reality trying to comprehend his line of argument. Below his madness, however, lies a sense of sentimentality and nobility that takes form when he's not busy crashing his reality against that of the rest of the world.
Don Quixote, born Alonso Quijano, was once a bored noble from the La Mancha region of Spain with enough money to last him the rest of his life, and bookshelves full of knightly romances. He bore an unnatural attachment to books of this genre, and eventually he read so many of these stories that he went nigh-insane, believing firmly that he was a knight-errant in a world without chivalry.
Together with his faithful sidekick and "squire" Sancho Panza and his noble steed, an old barn nag named Rocinante, the three go out on misadventures all around the country of Spain searching for fame, glory, and the heart of the love of his life, a "princess" he calls "Dulcinea del Toboso."
Magic Resistance (C) - Standard for the Lancer class.
Mental Pollution (A) - Due to Lancer having gone mad after reading too many knightly romances, his mental processes have been distorted significantly. At this rank, his chances of being affected by mental interference magecraft are very low. Also, Lancer's logic is impossible to comprehend to anyone not possessing equal or higher ranks of Mental Pollution (Unless a Command Spell is used, of course.)
Eye for Art (C) - Having spent so much time engrossed in reading knightly romances, Lancer has a chance of figuring out the true name of a given Noble Phantasm without witnessing it being used. This all applies only if said Noble Phantasm belongs to a knight (as in the case of Noble Phantasms like Excalibur, Durendal, Rhon... etc.), and hasn't been forged after the publication of the first edition of the literary piece he was summoned from, in 1605.
Giant Beast Hunting (B) - In what is often thought of as the climactic scene of his novel, Lancer sees a giant on top of a hill where he should be seeing a windmill, and charges towards it, being able to shatter it with a single thrust. As this scene is so iconic for his novel's audience, it has, as such, become a key component in his legend, and grants him a significant 2 Rank-Up buff in the Strength parameter(C to A) when battling Servants who possess characteristics of Giants.
A Fantasy Come True ~ La Mancha Spear
Type: Reality Marble (Anti-Unit)
Range: 1 - 50
Maximum number of targets: N/A
The manifestation of a chunk of reality, courtesy of Lancer's twisted mind. By raising his spear to the sky and crying out the name of his Noble Phantasm, Lancer is able to create a Reality Marble that portrays the world as he interprets it, and everything inside this Reality Marble--including himself--changes appearance to fit his interpretation. While inside, Lancer gains a 1-rank buff to all of his parameters save for Luck, while the rusty spear he holds is transformed into a shining lance with increased damage and indestructible durability. (The damage boost symbolizes the contrast of the weapon's "lethality" in real life versus the effects of the spear as he imagines it. Also, the lance is made indestructible because of a running gag in the novel where Quixote's spear is constantly shattered and replaced at various moments in his adventures.)