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Yeah so I'm saying this again, if you need anyone invited, tag them and they'll most likely see the community and be able to join. With that said...This is a neutral ground until the actual grand order arc takes place. +King of Heroes Gilgamesh +Sam Vongola (I can't tag Lancy.)+Diarmuid Ua Duibhne +Saber Pєиđяαġoи +Elfte Magus 

Even so. Servants wont have to rely on their masters prana as long as the unown field is up. My character acts as the grail. You can have up to atleast six servants or even bend the rules to have more. There are different fractions.

+Yuuki Meyumi/Sparda and +Neroネロ can help you if you want to make a Fate OC.

There's really no fighting prohibited within the area currently. Also, if you wish for another tab that's reasonable, please inform me. 

Also, if said servant already exists at this community, you must play an alternate version of it. Like Emiya has different versions, Three in stay night, four(Maybe more) in extra, and two in Grand order.

 
I'm going to start enforcing the Fraction mechanic from Fate/Apocrypha for the castle. Yet you can have up to 9 masters in a fraction. Each Fraction must have a color(E.I: Alice is Gold Fraction.) I'm enforcing this because Alice acts as the overseer in ToG. She also is one of the mechanics to summoning ToG's Holy grail much like a succubi. So is +Sam Vongola  . I would make Sam the Holy grail, but it seems quite unfair to be honest.(We're not Succubi either, we're Djinn's, but the world still fucks over if we're killed.) There are three kinds of master which allow you to use a set number of servants: Standard(1 servant) CCC(4 Servants) Grand order( 6) These rules can be bent if your servant is wielding a servant. 

Black Faction:
Wish: Leader seems to stray from the rest of the group who's wish is to destroy the grail, seeing how her brother and herself could be used as vessels she plans on protecting said Grail unless a substitute is used in her place. In other words, the fractions wish is so that the grail is never used.

Alice(Leader)(Secondary grail host): +Tamamo no Mae  (Chinese wife,Via Ramasses)   +Ramasses II  (Rouge servant, loyal by a wish.) +Karna +Siegfried Saber   +Berserker "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde"  +Arutoria Pendoragon セイバー  (Elegant british wife.) +Gilgamesh 

+Makoto Naegi 苗木 誠  : +Saber Pєиđяαġoи  (British wife) 

+Christian Adams  : +Jeanne D'Arc  (French wife) +Elizabeth Báthory +Tokki Shiro 

+Sam Vongola(Grail host)  : +Diarmuid Ua Duibhne +Kɴιɢнт oғ тнe Lαĸe 

+Emiya Shirou : +Nero Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus +Shielder +Yuuki Meyumi/Sparda +Jeanne D'arc Nightmare +Prototype Arthur Pendragon 


+Vergil : +Yachiru Kusajishi 

Turquoise Faction:
Wish: Destroying the grail.

+Elfte Magus  (Leader): +Perseus +Karna +Mordred Pєиđяαġoи 

+friberg's M4A4 :

+Jace Beleren : +Scathach Lancer +Saber セイバー 

Red Faction:
Wish: To keep the grail in Gilgamesh's treasury.

+King of Heroes Gilgamesh  (Leader):

+Satari Yakumo : +Saint George 

Silver faction:
Wish: To obtain "Heaven". 
-Maybe just probably absorb the Grail is anything bad were to happen.-

+Neroネロ (Leader): +Caster "Medea"  +Kiara Sessyoin +Euryale 

+Ellen The Witch : +Lusty Enkidu 元気エンキドゥ 

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Neutral party/masters:
 +Jotaro ӄυjo +Rin Tohsaka +Emiya Shirou +Levant Crawlings 
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((Update.  Now contains elements of Fate/Prototypes Gilgamesh.))

"Behold! The inferno of destruction fills the heavens! Come forth! The Surge of Utnapishtim! This is what it means to destroy the World! Heroic Spirits, suffer the curse that the insolence of challenging the King of Heroes has brought upon ye!"

Name: Gilgamesh

Age: Unknown

Gender: Male

Race: Demi-God

Appearance: Gilgamesh is a tall and dignified young man with golden hair standing up like a blazing flame. He is described as handsome with an elegant face, and his eyes, crimson like blood, are visibly not those of a human and give off a mysterious radiance that makes people wither. He has a "perfect, Golden-proportioned body" described as emanating majesty that makes flames surrounding him afraid to come close, and his very soul glows golden. He normally wears golden armor that makes a heavy first impression on those he encounters. While fighting at full power in Fate/hollow ataraxia, he gains a number of red tattoos on his body that are not normally present.

He is often referred to as the "golden Archer" and the "golden-sparkling Servant," and Rider generally calls him "Goldie." He is similarly called Gold-glitter due to his hair, armor, and golden soul, but Rin's reasoning behind the name has less to do with the color of his hair and more simply due to the fact that she thinks he looks like he is living a rich and luxurious life. He looks like a regular foreigner to both Rin and Archer, and he does not openly give off the impression of a Servant or Master due to his body being made of flesh after the Fourth Holy Grail War.

Gilgamesh also possess an armor which is similar in design to his armor in Fate/stay night, but it was designed with a more Mesopotamian-influenced style.

Personality: Gilgamesh greatly differs from most of the sovereigns and leaders in the history of humanity. He placed himself before his nation and the people, and he had neither the curiosity nor desire to conquer, possibly because he had too much in the beginning. He takes the time to enjoy himself, mastering every treasure and every pleasure. With conviction to treat good and evil equally, he has no need for other ideologies and ways of life when the absolute basis is "himself." His actions and way of life left him alone, so Enkidu compared rectifying his attitude to rectifying his solitude.

He follows a simple style of ruling, acquiring worthy treasures and guarding them. He exterminates those that stand in the way of his enjoyment without exception. All living beings are “something that is about to die” or “something that will one day die.” If he decides that there is a “being that should die this moment”, he will simply execute the sentence no matter if they should be a sage or a god. If it is an astute judgment synonymous to universal truth, or even a misrule during a drunken stupor, anything carried out by him, the absolute king, becomes the indisputable sentence of the king.

He is extremely arrogant and selfish, believing himself to be the sole potentate and only king of the world even many millennia after his death. He cannot acknowledge the authority of anyone, including that of other kings and especially that of the gods. He considers all those around him as inferior due to this fact, viewing all other kings and heroes as a collection of mongrels, and loathes any individual who would try to be on the same level as him. The only exception is Enkidu, who he considered to be his equal and only friend. He responds to Iskander's request to form an alliance with him by saying "It is unfortunate, but I do not require a second friend. Past and future, my companion will only be one."

He believes that all who look upon him, when he honors them with his presence, should be able to recognize him instantly, and feels that the ignorance of not knowing him is worthy of death. If anyone so much as looks upon him with a "lowly and filthy" gaze, it is an intolerable disgrace for a nobleman who claims the title of king more so than anyone else. This is enough to make that person a complete malefactor in his eyes, instantly marked for death. He doesn't view the modern world as worthy of having him rule over it because humanity has become too weak. After finding out the nature of the Holy Grail, he plans to use it to exterminate most of the world's population and rule over those who survive.

Gilgamesh has a natural disposition to collect items for his treasury, which lead to collecting all the treasures of the world. The treasures he amassed went without use until his fight with Enkidu, causing him to develop the "bad habit" of utilizing them as projectiles. The act of collecting is something that has never brought him true joy due to essentially being on the same level as breathing to him, but he still persists at it nonetheless. He lives by the Golden Rule, only accepting the finest of luxuries, and those who fall to it are utterly blinded by money.

Despite his treasury having been dispersed all over the world, he still holds that it all belongs to him. As its contents even exceeded his knowledge, if an item is labeled as a "treasure", it is obvious that it belongs to him. He has absolutely no interest in the Holy Grail before finding out its true nature because competing for his own treasure is a pointless action. He doesn't have a wish, but he cannot allow people to rob his treasury as a matter of principles. The only reason he needs is that it was the law he set down as king. Only if he agrees to give someone the Holy Grail would he allow them to obtain it, but the rats trying to steal his treasure are not worthy of reward. He doesn't mind rewarding his own subjects and people, and would even allow Rider a "cup or two" if he were to bow down to him.

He takes a great interest in Saber and her ideals, and proposes that she becomes his wife. He becomes enthralled with her stubbornness, believing there has to be at least one person in the world to deny him. Should he actually "obtain" her, he comes to realize that the outcome isn't very satisfying. Normally people consider flowers at their most beautiful as their petals fall, but he only feels disappointment if he ever manages to have her because she only shines brightly to him when she is opposing him. He decides to "show her his love" until he grows tired of her. He has no interest in Saber Alter because she has lost sight of her ideals.

He is prone to underestimating his opponents and views combat as a game of amusement. His gigantic ego prevents him from acknowledging his opponent as a real threat and he does not battle them seriously. This leads to his defeat in his dogfight with Berserker in the Fourth Holy Grail War and his deaths in the possible scenarios of the Fifth Holy Grail War. He will properly fight those he respects, or simply utilize more power than necessary on a whim depending on the situation. If his Master happens to grow on him, or he decides that their battle is worth fighting for, then he could become somewhat more willing to use his full power should they will it.

He is influenced by the era in which he is summoned, causing his blood as a human to stir and gravitate towards that of the humans of the era. The consumption society of the early 2000s sullied his property, the world, so he is in a worse mood overall. Even with his personality, Gilgamesh was able to blend into the society without a problem. While he will always retain his core self-centered traits, he will be more stable and like he was in life when summoned in a place without any alteration like the Moon Cell. He is quite different between the Fourth and Fifth Holy Grail Wars due to his priorities. He simply enjoys the events of the Fourth, but the Fifth is utilized to fulfill his goals of making humankind worth governing and coercing Saber to become his bride. Kinoko Nasu describes the variation in his personality as the "prideful Boss King of Heroes" and the "not very prideful Horny King of Heroes."

Gilgamesh speaks with the notion that nothing is greater than himself, using a commanding pronoun. He is the type of person to become angry even if someone is to simply try to converse with him, thinking something like "A plebeian dares to speak with the King? Such insolence!"

In Fate/Grand Order his profile states that his nature is cruel and heartless. Never hearing people's opinions, a tyrant who holds only his own standards as absolute. Pretentiously displaying an extremely gaudy golden armor, this exceptional Heroic Spirit releases his excessive treasures as if abundant water. His first person pronoun writes as Ware and reads as Ore. Gilgamesh is a collector of treasures. His favorite phrase is "I've assembled all treasures in the land", but that is not a metaphor. He has assembled, stored and sealed away every sample of technology that were developed in his age. His argument is "humans are foolish, but there is value in the tools, civilization that humans create".

Weapons: One of Gilgamesh's Noble Phantasm's is known as the Gates of Babylon, which is essentially Gilgamesh's treasury.  Gilgamesh is the original hero, and as a result owns all the weapons the Noble Phantasm's were based on. 

Gilgamesh posses Ea, a Noble Phantasm unique to him, and him alone.  It is an EX Anti-World Noble Phantasm that outclasses almost every other Noble Phantasm.

Gilgamesh's third Noble Phantasm is the Chains of Heaven which he named Enkidu.  They are heavenly chains which are stronger when used against a Divine Being.

Bab-ilu is essentially an alternate version of Gilgamesh's Gates of Babylon, bearing different restrictions and benefits.  He can open these gates to a smaller degree, but can fire the weapons faster and move about with more freedom than with the Gates of Babylon.

Gilgamesh's final Noble Phantasm which is similar to Ea in some ways is Enki, named after the God.  The weapon is able to be used as dual swords, knives, and a bow which he often uses in conjunction with his Bab-ilu's stored weaponry.  Enki can only be taken out of Bab-ilu, and if utilized for seven days takes the shape of the bow used in conjunction with a special arrow that allows him to utilize his ultimate trump card.  The actual Enki is surrounded by six bolts that converge around the sword in a spiral to become a spear that falls toward the Earth as a "Star of Destruction." Upon reaching the area, it disappears in the sky and deploys a giant Magic Circle that cleaves space to summon the Surge of Utnapishtim. The tsunami easily covers the entire city only seconds after emerging, and he implies that it has the capacity to destroy the world.

Powers/Abilities/Skills: Gilgamesh is the most powerful existence among the Servants in both the Fourth and Fifth Holy Grail War and the strongest Heroic Spirit. He is placed into the Archer class because of his main Noble Phantasm, Gate of Babylon. It grants him access to all of the world's treasures that he collected during his life, which include prototypes of other heroes' Noble Phantasms, and he can launch them as the strongest arrows towards his opponents. While he may sometimes choose to wield them as regular weapons, he mainly fights by raining down an infinite amount of weapons on his opponents. The most trusted Noble Phantasms contained within include Enkidu and Ea. While he has numerous Noble Phantasms, none are indicative of his true identity, and the only person through both Holy Grail Wars to figure out his identity without being told is Rider, though Shirou is able to guess after he gives a number of details about himself. The energy of his soul is worth that of hundreds of thousands of souls, and taking him in is enough to fill a partially-full Lesser Grail even while it lacks several other Servants.

He has the skill Golden Rule, being fated to a life that is filled with riches. It does not measure the percentage of gold in one's body, but the chance of attracting gold in one's life. The level of gold provided by rank A will make the user incredibly wealthy to the point where money trouble will be unknown, allowing him to live the life of a nabob. While it seems unrelated to battle, it plays a great role in arming him. Claiming all the world's treasures as his own, he obtained the originals of Noble Phantasms preserved in his treasury during that period.

He has a very high rank of Charisma with the influence to build a grand empire on a global scale. He is often praised as the greatest king, so his ability to command and lead great armies is excellent. It is a rare talent, and even a B rank is sufficient enough to lead a nation. Gilgamesh has a rank of A+, making it no longer a matter of popularity or skill, but closer to something like sorcery or curse. Any army led by him will have a tremendous increase in abilities because an egotistical Gilgamesh radiating with self-confidence is sure to boost the morale of his army to an extremely high level.

He would normally possess the highest rank of Divinity among all Heroic Spirits due to being 2/3 God. He is at a level even exceeding Heracles, the son of Zeus who ascended to the Pantheon after death. The rank is instead decreased from A+ to B because of his hatred of the gods, who killed his only companion, Enkidu, unleashed the Bull of Heaven onto the earth, and caused him much trouble in his life.

Gilgamesh's compatibility against Heroic Spirits is great due to the versatility of his weapons, allowing him to assault the weakness of any Servant. He is about as physically strong as Saber or Berserker, if not slightly weaker, and he would not receive a boost in power from fame due to not being well-known in Japan. The main reason for his overwhelming power comes from the sheer number of Noble Phantasms in his possession. All Heroic Spirits have things they were weak against in life, their greatest weak points, and he possess all of the Noble Phantasms, including those that killed each hero. He can be called the "Servant Killer" because he has an advantage over most of them in combat and because they are no match for him. While there would be no competition between him and Saber in terms of direct swordsmanship with the same Noble Phantasm, he does not display power as an "individual" soldier, but rather as a "war" that even the strongest soldier could not overcome by himself. Only those who are a "war" themselves will be able to compete against him. In terms of the "firepower" available to him due to the versatility of his weaponry, he can be said to have the strength of "5 Servants + a", a force able to match all the Servants and Masters defending the town in Fate/hollow ataraxia, putting him at an advantage against those like Arcueid Brunestud whose strength is based on the "single entity ability" of the opponent rather than their weaponry.

Gilgamesh's pride and carelessness often keep him from fighting seriously, considering it to be unbecoming to be serious for the Holy Grail. As his dignity cannot be yielded, such weaknesses "kind of balance out" with the firepower of the other participants of the Fourth Holy Grail War when he could simply end it in one night should he wish it. Kotomine comments that his notion of overlooking "worthless and meaningless things" is one factor that can lead to his defeat because "there are worthless things, but there are no meaningless things." Shirou describes that along with his great power that he was "given the fate of being raised with his 'carelessness' skill maxed out." He considers his title as a king "constrictive" in a sense that his pride will not allow him to go all out against people he considers to be unworthy, seeing taking such a person seriously as himself being defeated. He will refuse to use Ea against anyone unworthy, either hesitating with its usage or testing them to make sure they are worthy of it. He describes his going all out in Fate/hollow ataraxia as a once in a lifetime whim, and he would have been able to conquer the four day loop of by himself had he not turned himself into a child. Although the strongest existence among the Servants who cannot be rivaled when he is serious, he loses against Saber due to obsession, loses to Shirou due to pride, and loses to Sakura Matou due to carelessness. It can be said he is forced to bend his knees before the universal law of "love conquers all" in Fate/stay night, but is allowed to "show off his overwhelming, cheat-like strength without restraint" in Fate/Zero.

He normally does not care about his attire in battle while playing, but claims there are some restrictions for a serious, dignified battle. As he does not favor hand to hand combat, exercising his true power only requires his body and the key to his treasury. He has the absolute self-confidence to calmly show himself before his opponents, but he is also apt to simply kill by raining Noble Phantasms behind his enemies' backs depending on his mood. The will of the king cannot be simply gauged by the concept of tactic. Saber believes the only way to stand a chance against him is to take him down before he gets serious. If he has a natural weak point besides his tendency not to fight seriously, it is that he is not a master of his weapons. He is not a "wielder" who has mastered his weapon to the limit, leaving some room for counters like Unlimited Blade Works. Knight of Honor is said to be a natural counter to him, though Berserker is only able to put up a fight through Mad Enhancement boosting his abilities.

He has a sense of "sight" several levels above the ordinary, allowing him to easily beat Rani VIII, who easily overwhelms all others, in chess. Compared to predicting moves and reading the flow, he is able to "gaze down and oversee" the game, with the right move always visible. He claims that to challenge him in a card game would require obtaining the precise hand one needs. He is extremely perceptive of magecraft, allowing him to see through Caster's fake death and tell the exact number of spells a magus is preparing just by looking at them. He is able to predict the exact number of Projections prepared by Shirou, and asks what kind of hero he would be if he could not see through a magus. He is also capable of accurately assessing his opponents' abilities. He would not even consider having a battle of swordsmanship with Assassin, and while he plays around with a weakened Saber in Fate, he immediately backs off from her to avoid hand-to-hand combat during Unlimited Blade Works after she receives a boost in power from her contract with Rin.

He normally wears Golden Armor materialized from magical energy much like Saber's armor. It is extremely strong to the point that Shirou initially assumes that it is his main Noble Phantasm. It has a strong innate Magic Resistance, and it is durable enough to block Tsubame Gaeshi and numerous strong blows from Saber simply by protecting his head with his hands. He eventually stops playing around despite his armor not being in any danger of giving out to her attacks. Shirou believes she would have been able to slash through it if she were to relaunch her barrage of attacks. He claims that he does not need it while playing around, and that it is only crucial for guarding against evil spirits like petrifying serpents, due to it being anti-petrification equipment, and gigantic bulls.

He did not have any abilities to resist magecraft during life, so he only gains Magic Resistance as the class ability of the Archer class. He obtains C rank under Tokiomi, allowing him to completely nullify magecraft under two verses, but he is still susceptible to High Thaumaturgy and Greater Rituals. It is lowered under Kirei due to his lack of magical energy, and remains at only the minimal level, rank E, that provides light damage mitigation against magecraft rather than full neutralization. The state of his Magic Resistance matters little, as he is able to neutralize most magecraft with his many items that defend against it. His armor and a shield are able to repel A rank magecraft with ease. Overall, he is much more likely to simply unleash a raging wave of Noble Phantasms against "mongrels" impeding the king by attempting to use large-scale spells, completely crushing them without even giving them the time to cast.

Gilgamesh has a high rank of Independent Action, rank A, allowing him to easily utilize his Noble Phantasms and remain in the world without Tokiomi's backup. He is able to easily ignore his Master's orders, making it possible to stroll around without making his Master aware of his whereabouts. The only way to command him is through the use of Command Spells, but his disposition that does not even contain an ounce of respect for his Master makes utilizing them idly a bad move. Utilizing Noble Phantasms of great power does require backup from his Master.

After being materialized, he gains the rank of A+, completely setting him apart from the rest of the Servants by allowing him to operate without a Master. Exceeding his previous rank, the support of the Master is unnecessary even while unleashing a large amount of magical power. It is an ability that bends the rules, and it allows for his continued materialization as a Servant even after the conclusion of the Holy Grail War for ten years. While he was always able to operate without regard for his Master, gaining a physical body is what allowed for him to remain materialized after the Holy Grail War. While he accepts energy supplied by Kirei from a number of orphans, he claims that the act was unnecessary overall.

Gilgamesh is doused in a torrent of the black mud, the incarnation of All the World's Evil, spilling from the Holy Grail during the Fourth War. His body is instantly broken down and absorbed into it, becoming one with the flow. Servants are normally corrupted and blackened upon contact, but Gilgamesh is unable to be controlled or blackened due to his powerful ego that can stave back the mental pollution. He claims that someone would need at least three times that amount to even think about affecting him. However, the incarnation inevitably makes his human side resonate with the people of the era, making him much more destructive and impulsive in the Fifth Holy Grail War compared to the Fourth.

It is normally impossible for correctness and affirmations to exist with the cursed vortex of hatred because all has determined that everything is ugly and hateful, so the words "yes" and "that is right" appearing within is an anomaly. It does not allow the existence of "entities", so such a thing should not be possible. It questions these affirmations, and gets a response. Gilgamesh, as the king, will acknowledge that the world was originally such a way, he will permit it to be so, and he will bear the burden of sin for the entire world. It then asks "what is a king?", causing a contradiction in that it admitted there was someone else within it

Gilgamesh is recognized as a strange foreign object that cannot exist, and the King, a presence that is an absolute controller that has no equal, announces his presence and frees himself from the mud. The only change after being temporarily absorbed is that the saturation converts his spiritual body to one of flesh and blood like the blackened Servants. It could not digest him even after utilizing all of its hatred, so it crystallized the impurity within itself and abandoned it. He was given a corporeal body and regurgitated back into the present world. Becoming completely incarnated, he continued to survive as an existence with a physical body.

Due to the connection, the Grail attempts to turn him into a host in Unlimited Blade Works in a last ditch effort to survive even though a Servant cannot become its core. It opens a black void on his body that proceeds to instantly swallow him. He managed to partially escape, but needs an anchor to keep from being sucked in completely. It begins to melt his body in various places, and the void shrinks into nothingness after he sinks into it.

During Heaven's Feel after being devoured by Sakura, she quickly converted him to mana in haste because she was afraid he might tear her up from the inside if she does not digest him. It also has to do with the power behind the curse, as the "mud" cut off from the main body that he managed to "beautifully escape" and the "shadow" connected to the thing itself are of different quality. There is also the effect Sakura has as the Grail itself, as he was materialized under the Grail System. Regardless if he is incarnated or spiritual, he cannot resist the Grail, and due to the large amount of mana she absorbed from him, she buckled like a broken dam.

Archer also has two Noble Phantasms similar to his own Gate of Babylon and Ea, Bab-ilu and Enki.

History/Biography/Summary of the Character: Born with a body that was of the highest grade by mortal standards and knowledge reaching truth, Gilgamesh was born, designed, as king and the Keystone of Heaven between the rising humans and the fading gods. He was sent to ensure the humans and bind the earth slowly leaving the Age of Gods. He was a being embodying the two life sets of life forms, with the blood of those who had ruled and the blood of those who would rule from thereon. He was to be the ultimate neutral party able to discern their respective failings, adjudicating from their respective positions. During his childhood, he loved the gods instead of humanity, but the gods created Enkidu at that time to punish the arrogant king.

Enkidu observed the young Gilgamesh, but could not understand the need to punish such an amiable, ideal king who was praised and lauded by his infatuated subjects. There could be no flaw that required correction, and the only problem was that he did not submit to the gods even if he did respect them. Enkidu was forced to admit that the gods had been correct as he watched the boy grow into a young man. Practicing absolutism, oppression, duress, levies, and the utmost decadence from self-interest, the people of the kingdom lamented the change, and even the gods were perplexed at the extent of the expected transformation.

The reason was simply that he had been born with the conclusion already drawn, existing independently as a being neither fully divine or human. He acquired the characteristics of both, so his field of vision reached even past what the gods were able to comprehend. His overwhelming power bred overwhelming isolation, but his strength of self kept him from abandoning his kingship or fleeing from the mission imposed upon him. Through revering the gods and loving humanity, he decided to follow the path to its conclusion by deposing the gods and loathing humanity.

Gilgamesh encountered Enkidu for the first time outside of the Temple of Uruk, who immediately stated that he would reprimand the King and rectify his arrogance. They entered a battle that spanned several days, and Gilgamesh was forced to use all his strength to match his transforming opponent. He was either angered or surprised at having found his equal for the first time, insulting Enkidu as a clod of mud. He was forced to draw out his treasures that had been carefully stored away, marking the first use of the Gate of Babylon as a weapon, and although it was a reluctant and forced humiliation at first, he eventually began to enjoy it and brought them out without regret.

He eventually emptied the vault, and Enkidu was left with only a tenth of his clay. Rather than continue, Gilgamesh let himself fall backwards onto his back while bursting with laughter, Enkidu following in suit. He remarked that there would only be once chance to strike for each of them, and without any means of defense, it would leave only two foolish corpses. Enkidu was never able to interpret if that meant it was a tie or if Gilgamesh wanted to make it so that there would only be one corpse. Enkidu asked, “Do you not regret the treasures you have spent?” to which he replied in a bright voice, “Why, if it’s someone I should use it on, then it’s not unthinkable to do him the favor.”

Gilgamesh and Enkidu became close friends afterward, marking the one and only story of eternally unchanging worth in all the world. They worked side by side, and Gilgamesh noted that his vault started to become disordered after having begun utilizing weapons as projectiles, calling it a bad habit. Looking towards Humbaba, the guardian of the forest and beast of the gods, Gilgamesh decided to seek out and defeat it. They did so with their combined strength, but Enkidu was left confused by the action. It had not been an order from the gods, and it could not have been for his people who suffered under him.

Gilgamesh told him that it was part of purging the evils of the world to protect Uruk, but Enkidu could not understand why he would care about those he tyrannized. Gilgamesh explained his way of protecting humanity, causing Enkidu to fully realize the source of his isolation. Enkidu stated that Gilgamesh took the path of observation, causing Gilgamesh to smile embarrassedly like in his childhood and speak of it. In response to his passion, Enkidu pledged himself as a tool to Gilgamesh afterward, but Gilgamesh reprimanded him, explaining to him that he was his friend. Enkidu believed it was the only time Gilgamesh had ever shown relief.

He became the greatest and richest king on Earth, who eventually acquired all the treasures of the world. Uruk became unprecedentedly prosperous, and Gilgamesh was considered so powerful that even the gods could not ignore his existence. One goddess, Ishtar the goddess of fertility, even fell in love with Gilgamesh and proposed marriage to the perfect king. He rejected her immediately because he knew her to be a witch who was unfaithful, cruel, and the corruptor of all men. She became furious, feeling that he had insulted her, and went to her father, the god Anu, to get revenge. She begged him to unleash the Bull of Heaven.

The unopposable beast of the gods caused seven years of starvation and destruction on the earth. Working together, Gilgamesh and Enkidu defeated it after binding it with the Chains of Heaven, causing the dark clouds covering the world to fade and saving the land from the flood. Ishtar's reputation was once again crushed, and her fury did not abate. She requested they be put to death for the sin of slaying a beast of the gods with the body of a human. Her request was granted, and Enkidu, created by the gods, was unable to defy the decree.

He slowly weakened and was returned to clay, as Gilgamesh desperately held onto the crumbling clod in his arms. He was angered by this, believing that he was the one who deserved retribution should it be required. Enkidu attempted to assuage him by telling Gilgamesh that he was only one of the many treasures in Gilgamesh's collection, that he would find countless more greater than him in time. Gilgamesh instead declared, “You do have worth. You alone have this worth. I hereby declare: In all this world, only one shall be my friend. Thus---not for all eternity shall his worth ever change.” Enkidu returned to his original state afterward, leaving nothing behind but Gilgamesh's thunderous cry.
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"The path of devotion is a great labor. Do not ever mar it."

Name: Gilgamesh

Age: Unknown

Gender: Male

Race: Demi-God

Appearance: Gilgamesh is a tall and dignified young man with golden hair standing up like a blazing flame. He is described as handsome with an elegant face, and his eyes, crimson like blood, are visibly not those of a human and give off a mysterious radiance that makes people wither. He has a "perfect, Golden-proportioned body" described as emanating majesty that makes flames surrounding him afraid to come close, and his very soul glows golden. He normally wears golden armor that makes a heavy first impression on those he encounters. While fighting at full power in Fate/hollow ataraxia, he gains a number of red tattoos on his body that are not normally present.

He is often referred to as the "golden Archer" and the "golden-sparkling Servant," and Rider generally calls him "Goldie." He is similarly called Gold-glitter due to his hair, armor, and golden soul, but Rin's reasoning behind the name has less to do with the color of his hair and more simply due to the fact that she thinks he looks like he is living a rich and luxurious life. He looks like a regular foreigner to both Rin and Archer, and he does not openly give off the impression of a Servant or Master due to his body being made of flesh after the Fourth Holy Grail War.

Personality: Gilgamesh greatly differs from most of the sovereigns and leaders in the history of humanity. He placed himself before his nation and the people, and he had neither the curiosity nor desire to conquer, possibly because he had too much in the beginning. He takes the time to enjoy himself, mastering every treasure and every pleasure. With conviction to treat good and evil equally, he has no need for other ideologies and ways of life when the absolute basis is "himself." His actions and way of life left him alone, so Enkidu compared rectifying his attitude to rectifying his solitude.

He follows a simple style of ruling, acquiring worthy treasures and guarding them. He exterminates those that stand in the way of his enjoyment without exception. All living beings are “something that is about to die” or “something that will one day die.” If he decides that there is a “being that should die this moment”, he will simply execute the sentence no matter if they should be a sage or a god. If it is an astute judgment synonymous to universal truth, or even a misrule during a drunken stupor, anything carried out by him, the absolute king, becomes the indisputable sentence of the king.

He is extremely arrogant and selfish, believing himself to be the sole potentate and only king of the world even many millennia after his death. He cannot acknowledge the authority of anyone, including that of other kings and especially that of the gods. He considers all those around him as inferior due to this fact, viewing all other kings and heroes as a collection of mongrels, and loathes any individual who would try to be on the same level as him. The only exception is Enkidu, who he considered to be his equal and only friend. He responds to Iskander's request to form an alliance with him by saying "It is unfortunate, but I do not require a second friend. Past and future, my companion will only be one."

He believes that all who look upon him, when he honors them with his presence, should be able to recognize him instantly, and feels that the ignorance of not knowing him is worthy of death. If anyone so much as looks upon him with a "lowly and filthy" gaze, it is an intolerable disgrace for a nobleman who claims the title of king more so than anyone else. This is enough to make that person a complete malefactor in his eyes, instantly marked for death. He doesn't view the modern world as worthy of having him rule over it because humanity has become too weak. After finding out the nature of the Holy Grail, he plans to use it to exterminate most of the world's population and rule over those who survive.

Gilgamesh has a natural disposition to collect items for his treasury, which lead to collecting all the treasures of the world. The treasures he amassed went without use until his fight with Enkidu, causing him to develop the "bad habit" of utilizing them as projectiles. The act of collecting is something that has never brought him true joy due to essentially being on the same level as breathing to him, but he still persists at it nonetheless. He lives by the Golden Rule, only accepting the finest of luxuries, and those who fall to it are utterly blinded by money.

Despite his treasury having been dispersed all over the world, he still holds that it all belongs to him. As its contents even exceeded his knowledge, if an item is labeled as a "treasure", it is obvious that it belongs to him. He has absolutely no interest in the Holy Grail before finding out its true nature because competing for his own treasure is a pointless action. He doesn't have a wish, but he cannot allow people to rob his treasury as a matter of principles. The only reason he needs is that it was the law he set down as king. Only if he agrees to give someone the Holy Grail would he allow them to obtain it, but the rats trying to steal his treasure are not worthy of reward. He doesn't mind rewarding his own subjects and people, and would even allow Rider a "cup or two" if he were to bow down to him.

He takes a great interest in Saber and her ideals, and proposes that she becomes his wife. He becomes enthralled with her stubbornness, believing there has to be at least one person in the world to deny him. Should he actually "obtain" her, he comes to realize that the outcome isn't very satisfying. Normally people consider flowers at their most beautiful as their petals fall, but he only feels disappointment if he ever manages to have her because she only shines brightly to him when she is opposing him. He decides to "show her his love" until he grows tired of her. He has no interest in Saber Alter because she has lost sight of her ideals.

He is prone to underestimating his opponents and views combat as a game of amusement. His gigantic ego prevents him from acknowledging his opponent as a real threat and he does not battle them seriously. This leads to his defeat in his dogfight with Berserker in the Fourth Holy Grail War and his deaths in the possible scenarios of the Fifth Holy Grail War. He will properly fight those he respects, or simply utilize more power than necessary on a whim depending on the situation. If his Master happens to grow on him, or he decides that their battle is worth fighting for, then he could become somewhat more willing to use his full power should they will it.

He is influenced by the era in which he is summoned, causing his blood as a human to stir and gravitate towards that of the humans of the era. The consumption society of the early 2000s sullied his property, the world, so he is in a worse mood overall. Even with his personality, Gilgamesh was able to blend into the society without a problem. While he will always retain his core self-centered traits, he will be more stable and like he was in life when summoned in a place without any alteration like the Moon Cell. He is quite different between the Fourth and Fifth Holy Grail Wars due to his priorities. He simply enjoys the events of the Fourth, but the Fifth is utilized to fulfill his goals of making humankind worth governing and coercing Saber to become his bride. Kinoko Nasu describes the variation in his personality as the "prideful Boss King of Heroes" and the "not very prideful Horny King of Heroes."

Gilgamesh speaks with the notion that nothing is greater than himself, using a commanding pronoun. He is the type of person to become angry even if someone is to simply try to converse with him, thinking something like "A plebeian dares to speak with the King? Such insolence!"

In Fate/Grand Order his profile states that his nature is cruel and heartless. Never hearing people's opinions, a tyrant who holds only his own standards as absolute. Pretentiously displaying an extremely gaudy golden armor, this exceptional Heroic Spirit releases his excessive treasures as if abundant water. His first person pronoun writes as Ware and reads as Ore. Gilgamesh is a collector of treasures. His favorite phrase is "I've assembled all treasures in the land", but that is not a metaphor. He has assembled, stored and sealed away every sample of technology that were developed in his age. His argument is "humans are foolish, but there is value in the tools, civilization that humans create".

Weapons: One of Gilgamesh's Nobe Phantasm's is known as the Gates of Babylon, which is essentially Gilgamesh's treasury.  Gilgamesh is the original hero, and as a result owns all the weapons the Noble Phantasm's were based on. 

Gilgamesh posses Ea, a Noble Phantasm unique to him, and him alone.  It is an EX Anti-World Noble Phantasm that outclasses almost every other Noble Phantasm.

Gilgamesh's final Noble Phantasm is the Chains of Heaven which he named Enkidu.  They are heavenly chains which are stronger when used against a Divine Being.

Powers/Abilities/Skills: Gilgamesh is the most powerful existence among the Servants in both the Fourth and Fifth Holy Grail War and the strongest Heroic Spirit. He is placed into the Archer class because of his main Noble Phantasm, Gate of Babylon. It grants him access to all of the world's treasures that he collected during his life, which include prototypes of other heroes' Noble Phantasms, and he can launch them as the strongest arrows towards his opponents. While he may sometimes choose to wield them as regular weapons, he mainly fights by raining down an infinite amount of weapons on his opponents. The most trusted Noble Phantasms contained within include Enkidu and Ea. While he has numerous Noble Phantasms, none are indicative of his true identity, and the only person through both Holy Grail Wars to figure out his identity without being told is Rider, though Shirou is able to guess after he gives a number of details about himself. The energy of his soul is worth that of hundreds of thousands of souls, and taking him in is enough to fill a partially-full Lesser Grail even while it lacks several other Servants.

He has the skill Golden Rule, being fated to a life that is filled with riches. It does not measure the percentage of gold in one's body, but the chance of attracting gold in one's life. The level of gold provided by rank A will make the user incredibly wealthy to the point where money trouble will be unknown, allowing him to live the life of a nabob. While it seems unrelated to battle, it plays a great role in arming him. Claiming all the world's treasures as his own, he obtained the originals of Noble Phantasms preserved in his treasury during that period.

He has a very high rank of Charisma with the influence to build a grand empire on a global scale. He is often praised as the greatest king, so his ability to command and lead great armies is excellent. It is a rare talent, and even a B rank is sufficient enough to lead a nation. Gilgamesh has a rank of A+, making it no longer a matter of popularity or skill, but closer to something like sorcery or curse. Any army led by him will have a tremendous increase in abilities because an egotistical Gilgamesh radiating with self-confidence is sure to boost the morale of his army to an extremely high level.

He would normally possess the highest rank of Divinity among all Heroic Spirits due to being 2/3 God. He is at a level even exceeding Heracles, the son of Zeus who ascended to the Pantheon after death. The rank is instead decreased from A+ to B because of his hatred of the gods, who killed his only companion, Enkidu, unleashed the Bull of Heaven onto the earth, and caused him much trouble in his life.

Gilgamesh's compatibility against Heroic Spirits is great due to the versatility of his weapons, allowing him to assault the weakness of any Servant. He is about as physically strong as Saber or Berserker, if not slightly weaker, and he would not receive a boost in power from fame due to not being well-known in Japan. The main reason for his overwhelming power comes from the sheer number of Noble Phantasms in his possession. All Heroic Spirits have things they were weak against in life, their greatest weak points, and he possess all of the Noble Phantasms, including those that killed each hero. He can be called the "Servant Killer" because he has an advantage over most of them in combat and because they are no match for him. While there would be no competition between him and Saber in terms of direct swordsmanship with the same Noble Phantasm, he does not display power as an "individual" soldier, but rather as a "war" that even the strongest soldier could not overcome by himself. Only those who are a "war" themselves will be able to compete against him. In terms of the "firepower" available to him due to the versatility of his weaponry, he can be said to have the strength of "5 Servants + a", a force able to match all the Servants and Masters defending the town in Fate/hollow ataraxia, putting him at an advantage against those like Arcueid Brunestud whose strength is based on the "single entity ability" of the opponent rather than their weaponry.

Gilgamesh's pride and carelessness often keep him from fighting seriously, considering it to be unbecoming to be serious for the Holy Grail. As his dignity cannot be yielded, such weaknesses "kind of balance out" with the firepower of the other participants of the Fourth Holy Grail War when he could simply end it in one night should he wish it. Kotomine comments that his notion of overlooking "worthless and meaningless things" is one factor that can lead to his defeat because "there are worthless things, but there are no meaningless things." Shirou describes that along with his great power that he was "given the fate of being raised with his 'carelessness' skill maxed out." He considers his title as a king "constrictive" in a sense that his pride will not allow him to go all out against people he considers to be unworthy, seeing taking such a person seriously as himself being defeated. He will refuse to use Ea against anyone unworthy, either hesitating with its usage or testing them to make sure they are worthy of it. He describes his going all out in Fate/hollow ataraxia as a once in a lifetime whim, and he would have been able to conquer the four day loop of by himself had he not turned himself into a child. Although the strongest existence among the Servants who cannot be rivaled when he is serious, he loses against Saber due to obsession, loses to Shirou due to pride, and loses to Sakura Matou due to carelessness. It can be said he is forced to bend his knees before the universal law of "love conquers all" in Fate/stay night, but is allowed to "show off his overwhelming, cheat-like strength without restraint" in Fate/Zero.

He normally does not care about his attire in battle while playing, but claims there are some restrictions for a serious, dignified battle. As he does not favor hand to hand combat, exercising his true power only requires his body and the key to his treasury. He has the absolute self-confidence to calmly show himself before his opponents, but he is also apt to simply kill by raining Noble Phantasms behind his enemies' backs depending on his mood. The will of the king cannot be simply gauged by the concept of tactic. Saber believes the only way to stand a chance against him is to take him down before he gets serious. If he has a natural weak point besides his tendency not to fight seriously, it is that he is not a master of his weapons. He is not a "wielder" who has mastered his weapon to the limit, leaving some room for counters like Unlimited Blade Works. Knight of Honor is said to be a natural counter to him, though Berserker is only able to put up a fight through Mad Enhancement boosting his abilities.

He has a sense of "sight" several levels above the ordinary, allowing him to easily beat Rani VIII, who easily overwhelms all others, in chess. Compared to predicting moves and reading the flow, he is able to "gaze down and oversee" the game, with the right move always visible. He claims that to challenge him in a card game would require obtaining the precise hand one needs. He is extremely perceptive of magecraft, allowing him to see through Caster's fake death and tell the exact number of spells a magus is preparing just by looking at them. He is able to predict the exact number of Projections prepared by Shirou, and asks what kind of hero he would be if he could not see through a magus. He is also capable of accurately assessing his opponents' abilities. He would not even consider having a battle of swordsmanship with Assassin, and while he plays around with a weakened Saber in Fate, he immediately backs off from her to avoid hand-to-hand combat during Unlimited Blade Works after she receives a boost in power from her contract with Rin.

He normally wears Golden Armor materialized from magical energy much like Saber's armor. It is extremely strong to the point that Shirou initially assumes that it is his main Noble Phantasm. It has a strong innate Magic Resistance, and it is durable enough to block Tsubame Gaeshi and numerous strong blows from Saber simply by protecting his head with his hands. He eventually stops playing around despite his armor not being in any danger of giving out to her attacks. Shirou believes she would have been able to slash through it if she were to relaunch her barrage of attacks. He claims that he does not need it while playing around, and that it is only crucial for guarding against evil spirits like petrifying serpents, due to it being anti-petrification equipment, and gigantic bulls.

He did not have any abilities to resist magecraft during life, so he only gains Magic Resistance as the class ability of the Archer class. He obtains C rank under Tokiomi, allowing him to completely nullify magecraft under two verses, but he is still susceptible to High Thaumaturgy and Greater Rituals. It is lowered under Kirei due to his lack of magical energy, and remains at only the minimal level, rank E, that provides light damage mitigation against magecraft rather than full neutralization. The state of his Magic Resistance matters little, as he is able to neutralize most magecraft with his many items that defend against it. His armor and a shield are able to repel A rank magecraft with ease. Overall, he is much more likely to simply unleash a raging wave of Noble Phantasms against "mongrels" impeding the king by attempting to use large-scale spells, completely crushing them without even giving them the time to cast.

Gilgamesh has a high rank of Independent Action, rank A, allowing him to easily utilize his Noble Phantasms and remain in the world without Tokiomi's backup. He is able to easily ignore his Master's orders, making it possible to stroll around without making his Master aware of his whereabouts. The only way to command him is through the use of Command Spells, but his disposition that does not even contain an ounce of respect for his Master makes utilizing them idly a bad move. Utilizing Noble Phantasms of great power does require backup from his Master.

After being materialized, he gains the rank of A+, completely setting him apart from the rest of the Servants by allowing him to operate without a Master. Exceeding his previous rank, the support of the Master is unnecessary even while unleashing a large amount of magical power. It is an ability that bends the rules, and it allows for his continued materialization as a Servant even after the conclusion of the Holy Grail War for ten years. While he was always able to operate without regard for his Master, gaining a physical body is what allowed for him to remain materialized after the Holy Grail War. While he accepts energy supplied by Kirei from a number of orphans, he claims that the act was unnecessary overall.

Gilgamesh is doused in a torrent of the black mud, the incarnation of All the World's Evil, spilling from the Holy Grail during the Fourth War. His body is instantly broken down and absorbed into it, becoming one with the flow. Servants are normally corrupted and blackened upon contact, but Gilgamesh is unable to be controlled or blackened due to his powerful ego that can stave back the mental pollution. He claims that someone would need at least three times that amount to even think about affecting him. However, the incarnation inevitably makes his human side resonate with the people of the era, making him much more destructive and impulsive in the Fifth Holy Grail War compared to the Fourth.

It is normally impossible for correctness and affirmations to exist with the cursed vortex of hatred because all has determined that everything is ugly and hateful, so the words "yes" and "that is right" appearing within is an anomaly. It does not allow the existence of "entities", so such a thing should not be possible. It questions these affirmations, and gets a response. Gilgamesh, as the king, will acknowledge that the world was originally such a way, he will permit it to be so, and he will bear the burden of sin for the entire world. It then asks "what is a king?", causing a contradiction in that it admitted there was someone else within it

Gilgamesh is recognized as a strange foreign object that cannot exist, and the King, a presence that is an absolute controller that has no equal, announces his presence and frees himself from the mud. The only change after being temporarily absorbed is that the saturation converts his spiritual body to one of flesh and blood like the blackened Servants. It could not digest him even after utilizing all of its hatred, so it crystallized the impurity within itself and abandoned it. He was given a corporeal body and regurgitated back into the present world. Becoming completely incarnated, he continued to survive as an existence with a physical body.

Due to the connection, the Grail attempts to turn him into a host in Unlimited Blade Works in a last ditch effort to survive even though a Servant cannot become its core. It opens a black void on his body that proceeds to instantly swallow him. He managed to partially escape, but needs an anchor to keep from being sucked in completely. It begins to melt his body in various places, and the void shrinks into nothingness after he sinks into it.

During Heaven's Feel after being devoured by Sakura, she quickly converted him to mana in haste because she was afraid he might tear her up from the inside if she does not digest him. It also has to do with the power behind the curse, as the "mud" cut off from the main body that he managed to "beautifully escape" and the "shadow" connected to the thing itself are of different quality. There is also the effect Sakura has as the Grail itself, as he was materialized under the Grail System. Regardless if he is incarnated or spiritual, he cannot resist the Grail, and due to the large amount of mana she absorbed from him, she buckled like a broken dam.

History/Biography/Summary of the Character: Born with a body that was of the highest grade by mortal standards and knowledge reaching truth, Gilgamesh was born, designed, as king and the Keystone of Heaven between the rising humans and the fading gods. He was sent to ensure the humans and bind the earth slowly leaving the Age of Gods. He was a being embodying the two life sets of life forms, with the blood of those who had ruled and the blood of those who would rule from thereon. He was to be the ultimate neutral party able to discern their respective failings, adjudicating from their respective positions. During his childhood, he loved the gods instead of humanity, but the gods created Enkidu at that time to punish the arrogant king.

Enkidu observed the young Gilgamesh, but could not understand the need to punish such an amiable, ideal king who was praised and lauded by his infatuated subjects. There could be no flaw that required correction, and the only problem was that he did not submit to the gods even if he did respect them. Enkidu was forced to admit that the gods had been correct as he watched the boy grow into a young man. Practicing absolutism, oppression, duress, levies, and the utmost decadence from self-interest, the people of the kingdom lamented the change, and even the gods were perplexed at the extent of the expected transformation.

The reason was simply that he had been born with the conclusion already drawn, existing independently as a being neither fully divine or human. He acquired the characteristics of both, so his field of vision reached even past what the gods were able to comprehend. His overwhelming power bred overwhelming isolation, but his strength of self kept him from abandoning his kingship or fleeing from the mission imposed upon him. Through revering the gods and loving humanity, he decided to follow the path to its conclusion by deposing the gods and loathing humanity.

Gilgamesh encountered Enkidu for the first time outside of the Temple of Uruk, who immediately stated that he would reprimand the King and rectify his arrogance. They entered a battle that spanned several days, and Gilgamesh was forced to use all his strength to match his transforming opponent. He was either angered or surprised at having found his equal for the first time, insulting Enkidu as a clod of mud. He was forced to draw out his treasures that had been carefully stored away, marking the first use of the Gate of Babylon as a weapon, and although it was a reluctant and forced humiliation at first, he eventually began to enjoy it and brought them out without regret.

He eventually emptied the vault, and Enkidu was left with only a tenth of his clay. Rather than continue, Gilgamesh let himself fall backwards onto his back while bursting with laughter, Enkidu following in suit. He remarked that there would only be once chance to strike for each of them, and without any means of defense, it would leave only two foolish corpses. Enkidu was never able to interpret if that meant it was a tie or if Gilgamesh wanted to make it so that there would only be one corpse. Enkidu asked, “Do you not regret the treasures you have spent?” to which he replied in a bright voice, “Why, if it’s someone I should use it on, then it’s not unthinkable to do him the favor.”

Gilgamesh and Enkidu became close friends afterward, marking the one and only story of eternally unchanging worth in all the world. They worked side by side, and Gilgamesh noted that his vault started to become disordered after having begun utilizing weapons as projectiles, calling it a bad habit. Looking towards Humbaba, the guardian of the forest and beast of the gods, Gilgamesh decided to seek out and defeat it. They did so with their combined strength, but Enkidu was left confused by the action. It had not been an order from the gods, and it could not have been for his people who suffered under him.

Gilgamesh told him that it was part of purging the evils of the world to protect Uruk, but Enkidu could not understand why he would care about those he tyrannized. Gilgamesh explained his way of protecting humanity, causing Enkidu to fully realize the source of his isolation. Enkidu stated that Gilgamesh took the path of observation, causing Gilgamesh to smile embarrassedly like in his childhood and speak of it. In response to his passion, Enkidu pledged himself as a tool to Gilgamesh afterward, but Gilgamesh reprimanded him, explaining to him that he was his friend. Enkidu believed it was the only time Gilgamesh had ever shown relief.

He became the greatest and richest king on Earth, who eventually acquired all the treasures of the world. Uruk became unprecedentedly prosperous, and Gilgamesh was considered so powerful that even the gods could not ignore his existence. One goddess, Ishtar the goddess of fertility, even fell in love with Gilgamesh and proposed marriage to the perfect king. He rejected her immediately because he knew her to be a witch who was unfaithful, cruel, and the corruptor of all men. She became furious, feeling that he had insulted her, and went to her father, the god Anu, to get revenge. She begged him to unleash the Bull of Heaven.

The unopposable beast of the gods caused seven years of starvation and destruction on the earth. Working together, Gilgamesh and Enkidu defeated it after binding it with the Chains of Heaven, causing the dark clouds covering the world to fade and saving the land from the flood. Ishtar's reputation was once again crushed, and her fury did not abate. She requested they be put to death for the sin of slaying a beast of the gods with the body of a human. Her request was granted, and Enkidu, created by the gods, was unable to defy the decree.

He slowly weakened and was returned to clay, as Gilgamesh desperately held onto the crumbling clod in his arms. He was angered by this, believing that he was the one who deserved retribution should it be required. Enkidu attempted to assuage him by telling Gilgamesh that he was only one of the many treasures in Gilgamesh's collection, that he would find countless more greater than him in time. Gilgamesh instead declared, “You do have worth. You alone have this worth. I hereby declare: In all this world, only one shall be my friend. Thus---not for all eternity shall his worth ever change.” Enkidu returned to his original state afterward, leaving nothing behind but Gilgamesh's thunderous cry.
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♍ Name ♍
Shijima
Virgo Shijima  

♍ Aliases ♍
The man who is almost a god
The Silent Man

♍ Age ♍
20's 

♍ Gender ♍
Male

♍ Hair color ♍
Red

♍ Height ♍
170 cm

♍ Weight ♍
73 kg

♍ Affiliation ♍
Athena 

♍ Equipment ♍
Gold Virgo Cloth: This is the form the Virgo Gold Cloth takes during the original Saint Seiya series. The Cloth was first seen when Shaka comes to Death Queen Island, to meet the master of the Black Saints (in chapter 18, vol.5 of the manga). The Virgo Saint is the first of the Gold Saints to reveal his status. Like most Gold Cloth's original forms, it covers most of the body in a golden armor with a complete helmet. It count with highly sophisticated details making a very elegant look to the owner. Many Virgo Saints however display of habit of openly forgoing the cloth's helmet when in battle.


♍ Abilities/Skills ♍
Tenbu Hořín ("Treasures of Heavens"): Shijima's most powerful move, it is an offensive and defensive combined technique. Vairocana is showing his gesture inside Mandala pattern. It not only traps and defangs Shaka's victims, but also deprives and wipes out their five senses through Dai Ikkan/Nikan/Sankan/Yonkan/Gokan Hakudatsu (literally means "Removal of the 1st/2nd/3rd/4th/5th senses"). Essentially reduces Shijima's victims to living corpses by stopping the main functions of the brain that allows the body to think, also called the 6th sense. The offensive power of this attack is so destructive that it can easily destroy the cloth of the opponent. Who is affected by this technique it can not attack or flee.

Ungyo: the sound from the end of universe, through this power Shijima engulf the opponent in darkness that sends in another dimension.

The Four Gates of Buddha: is a powerful ability of Virgo Shijima , with whom he created a powerful protective barrier which encases the opponent in an powerful illusion and shows the four gates that cross tube Buddha. The only way to overcome this technique is to choose one of the 4 ports. Buddha experienced pain at the gates of birth, sickness and old age, suffering in the east, south and west, before realizing he should go out the north gate, the Gate of Death, the which came become a monk.
Death Gate: When open this door, Garuda Suikyo received a huge attack power that made ​​her disappear completely cosmos of Sanctuary, falling into an endless darkness that would send him to the Underworld.
Gate of Aging: On opening this door, the older person's body instantly losing the strength to carry on.
Gate Disease: When I open this door, the person is immediately infected with a serious illness.
Door of Life: When you open this door, the person faces a passage infinite suffering, causing drift forever by the Virgo Temple.

♍ Bio ♍ 
Virgo Shijima and Izo communicates with Ox and asks them if they know the place where Athena. During this time, it is noteworthy that, Shijima is mentioned the man closest to God as the powerful Saints Capricorn and Taurus having here a relationship between the two saints of Virgo we know so far in the canon universe. Subsequently, Shijima says he feels that the goddess to worship and protect come from some distant and alien space-time, as the great cosmos of Athena approaches its dimension.

Ox and Izo still grieving and worried, because Athena was not his time to this, Shijima told not fuss and do not despair, Athena arrived without fail for battle against Hades that is increasingly more likely to become nascent.

Shijima, Capricorn and Taurus suddenly feel the cosmos of Athena is coming to the sacred shrine, and the three Saints belonging to the elite of the 88, and perceive the divine cosmos imposing its beautiful goddess, who has landed his not much less divine temple. Gold Saints are directed swiftly coming to witness the sacred with their own eyes, however, inside Shijima owns a strange feeling, a feeling not entirely pleasant. He, Ox and Izou reach the Temple of Athena, and are converted into a helpless and totally innocent drinks, a raw and humorous mockery of fate, or the gods, rather. Shijima mentions that, despite being just a baby, his gigantic cosmos is, itself one of the most powerful gods, able to measure themselves against Hades in the coming war. Suddenly, it appears the Pope says not to approach it, to return to their temples that the army of Hades is not slow in coming, despite woven malice behind these words was anything certain thought of this mysterious character.

He mentions to Taurus Ox and Capricorn Izō that he has felt Athena's Cosmo from the future, coming near to the time dimension they live in.Soon enough Athena descends to the sanctuary in a crash, the Saints hurry up to Athena's statue at the top of Sanctuary where the Goddess Cosmo impacted. There they find an infant Athena sleeping in a small crater. Shijima goes forward and is about to pick up the goddess when the Pope appears telling them to step back. As the pope picks the baby up in his arms he orders the Gold Saints to return to their temples. On the way down, Shijima senses something bad and heads back to Athena's statue, where the Pope is about to stab the baby Athena with a dagger. Shijima pulls the baby away and at the same time Pisces Cardinale appears. The Pisces Saint first questions the Pope's wrongdoings but attacks Shijima with a deadly Bloody Rose, making Shijima fall to the ground, who later recovers and flees to protect Athena. He is currently between the Pope's chambers and the Pisces temple.
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Spirit: Sun Wukong

Titles: The great sage equaling heavens, The Monkey King

Master: +Ellen The Witch

Class: Lancer/ Wukong can be also summoned as a berserker or caster class.

Themesong 1: http://youtube.com/watch?v=0rhW5zHDC74

Themesong 2: The beast
http://youtube.com/watch?v=uatJjTFAbZU

Gender: Can be both male and female due to his shapeshifting skills, officially he identifies as a male.

Alignment: Chaotic Good

Timeline: Ancient China: Era unknown most likely the Tang Dynasty Era.

Wish: To ascend to the heavens as a god.

Appearance: Sun Wukong is an anthropomorphic monkey with golden fur ,fiery golden eyes, his build is lean but muscular. He wears a set of golden plated chain mail shirt and armor with a black and gold plated color scheme, a phoenix feather cap resembling two white tailed ribbons at the top of his head, finger-less glove and a red flowing cape. His armor seems corrupted and has a flaming effect on the top chest to shoulder area. His face is fierce and unwieldy, when enraged his face is covered with red veins.

He can shapeshift into a human form, where he assumes an identity of "Goku" a seemingly ordinary and well muscular teenage boy with short spiky blonde hair blue eyes, tanned skin. As Goku he wears an opened white jacket that showcases his muscles,a necklace, red gloves, blue jeans and a black and gold color schemed trainers, in this form he still has primate features and a tail.

Personality: Greedy, selfish and rebellious

Abilities and talents: Stealing, acrobatics , martial arts, wall climbing

Hobbies: stealing, cosplaying, trickery

Armaments: Chain-mail Armor, phoenix cap, Staff

Stats:

Strength: A 
Mana: D
Endurance: D
Noble Phantasm: A++
Agility: C+
Luck: E

Class Skills:

Magic resistance - B

Personal Skills:

Animal Dialogue - A 
Able to talk to horses

Shapeshift - A
Allows him to shapeshift into 72 different forms.

Nature of a Rebellious Spirit - C

Mystic Eyes - B

Chinese Martial Arts - A++
Master of the monkey style martial arts.

Noble Phantasm:

Ruyi Jingu Bang: Compliant Golden Pillar
Rank: A
Type: Anti-Army
Range: 30 yards
Max Targets: 100
Description: Able to extend length and size at his command, the weapon can multiply itself if needed in battle allowing the user to throw multiple staffs at their target. It is an empathic weapon that can be controlled remotely by Wukong. By manipulating nearby large bodies of water such as the ocean or a lake it can be used to create giant tidal waves. It can unleash seismic energy waves when slammed to the ground or fire multiple rapid shots of golden orbs like a shotgun.

Huo Yan Jin Jing: Mystic Eyes of Evil Detection
Rank: B
Type: Anti-Unit
Range: 50 yards
Max Targets: N/A
Description: The mystic eyes allows him to identify all forms of evil, even from afar. When activated his eyes emit a stream of red smoke.

Ǒusībùyúnlǚ: Cloud Stepping Boots
Rank: B
Type:Anti-Unit ( self )
Range: N/A
Max Targets: one person 
Description: Increases his mobility and defies gravity, allowing him to glide across the air and skim through walls and other surfaces. When he walks he leaves behind a trail of red light.

Wiki: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sun_Wukong

Legend:

//Will add later\\
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Casually makes an OC servant

"This spear will burn all those that stand in it's way"

Identity
Celtchar

Class
Lancer

Master
(To be gained)

Gender
Deprived

Hair color
Blonde though appears as grey for some reason

Eye color
Reddish brown

Alignment
Neutral good

Stats
Strength: C
Endurance: D
Agility: A
Mana: B
Luck: E

Armament
Body armor
Spear

Class skill
Magic resistance: C
Being a Lancer class she naturally posses this ability.
Battle continuation: E
Even after being emasculated she continued her heroic deeds in whichever way possible. Even though it is not truly a class skill, her ability to continue to rise and face her opponents have allowed her to have it as such. Though it's rank is far lower due to her beginning to question her will after having to slay her puppy.

Personal skill
Riding: C
Eye of mind (False): B
After being emasculated, it could be said she became overly defensive thus evolving her instincts to this point. Even if she does not see it, feel it or hear it. She will sense it and acts accordingly with a calm mind to perform actions which would hurt the assailant the most even if she does not know what it is.

Noble Phantasm
Luin of Celchar
Rank: EX
Type: Anti-unit, Anti-Unit (self), Anti-Army, anti-Fortress
Range: 1Km
Max target: ?

Description
A weapon of Divine nature wielded by many and even the great warrior Lugh. It became known as one of the four sacred treasures. The spear of lugh or better known as Luin of Chelchar. It a spear so powerful it is known to crave blood which is but one of the liquids used to cool the spear down as it uses poison of many species as a cauldron and to keep it from burning it's own wielder.
When activating the noble phantasm by tapping the but of her current spear. A cauldron will emerge from the ground with a pool of black liquid. Inside of the pull of black substance glowed brightly of a blue shade, a spear which screams death and holiness. When pulled out of the pool it erupts and roars flames as if a dragon coating the wielder in flames which melt all which touches it. The user is able to use this flames in all manners she wishes to.
The spear. Having bathed in poison, is extremely dangerous as the slightest cut can lead to a foolish slow death as it begins to act as a curse. Though it is possible to slow the poison down from killing it's host and even heal them. That chance is very low of which could only be performed through a miracle. Once her death has occurred the poison will vanish leaving those stung by it completely fine.
When the lance is thrown it becomes a spear which matches that of the gods such as "Gungir" and the sure to kill spear "Gae Bolg" or the spear of Ajax as it becomes a comet which burns a path through the sky leaving nothing but a sign of death as it soon turns into that of a meteor burning away all those which stood near it and destroying those struck by it.
Though the spear comes with many benefit it eventually burns or kills it's own user if it is not quenched or if it does not kill after a certain amount of time.

Battle abilities
Due to her high agility and eye of mind (false) she is easily able to dodge most attacks, even those she does not see herself coming and swiftly counter attack with sharp, precise and fast attacks which would usually lead to a fatal wound. With her riding skill it would be easy for her pick up and quickly learn how to use a vehicle though it would not let her mater it. When wielding her sacred spear she becomes a force to be recon with as the flames which are released act as protections of (against all) and prana burst (flame). With it she becomes equal if not slightly superior to even the mightiest of servant. Her spear when swung or thrust will release flames of which will surly kill if touch and with it's heat alone it may even bring one close to the gates of death. Though she does not wastes it. Using it precisely to form after images of the spear, increase the range and area of her swings and thrust, protect those within her range and even cauterize wounds if needed so. Though her greatest weapon and fear is to throw her spear. As it becomes a weapon suited to even match those of an archer and most powerful spears of god as it even burns away at the fabric of space and time leaving nothing in it's way as it fly's at the targets sure to kill body part. If one where to compare Coladbolg II and Gae Bolg when thrown it could be said to be a mix of both. Though because it has a time limit throwing it either means the end of her or her victory. As she may just die from the flames if she does not recover it soon.

Bio
Is a warrior to be feared as those who have seen him called him a "terrible hero".  He once challenged Cet mac Mágach who countered by saying he had Emasculated him using his own spear. Leaving him in his current appearance. He once came to rescue eight captive Ulster women from eight men of Ailill and Medb's household at Áth Féinne though he was better known for another of his question where he had killed  Blaí Briugu for sleeping with his wife when he had been deprived. And so he was to get rid of three menace of Ulster. One named Conganchnes mac Dedad, a warrior who could not be harmed due to his armor, the second being a dog which grew to ridiculous size and lastly his own dog. For the first he had learned that he could only be harmed by stabbing him in the foot and so he did using his spear. The second one, he used a three bark as a shield so that when the dog had dug it's teeth into it he had pierced his heart with his spear. Finally for his dog, he had called him out and it came, licking it feets. Reluctantly he kills the puppy with his own spear. And when he did so he committed suicide by drinking the blood of the puppy which had fused with the poison which covered the spear. Killing him and letting him join his only true companion of which he could never understand.
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This post is strictly for those wishing to become my master. If you are indeed wanting to then please comment below your intention please and I shall consider each proposal and once chosen I'll make a post to where you have summoned me and obtaining your mark as my master, or you can do it. It's entirely up to you.

~Note this isn't a Rp just a discussion post~
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//Name// Shielder

//Real name// Mashu Kyrielite

//Age//  N/A (Looks to be in her late teens 18-19)

//Class// Shielder

//Master// +King of Heroes Gilgamesh

//Identity// Shielder's identity is Mashu Kyrielite , a Demi-Servant human fused with the Servant Galahad. She herself initially does not know the identity of the Servant fused with her.

//Peronality// Mashu is a mysterious, kind-hearted girl. She can be shy at  times but cold as ice as well.

//Appearance// Her hair is a very light almost white purple with violet eyes. As seen with a black and purple swimsuit, with an armored shirt and black gloves with purple lines. Her legs are adorned with armor plates and a black skirt with also purple lines. She is seen mostly carrying her cross plated shield.

//Abilities//Shielder carries a large cross-shaped shield as her primary weapon. And also carries a sword at her waist but draws it when needed.

Transient Wall of Snowflakes (stats N/A)

Obscurant Wall of Chalk (stats N/A)

Noble Phantasm: Lord Camelot: Fortress of the Distant Utopia.
Is a shield made from the Round Table possessed by Galahad and Shielder. It is an "ultimate protection" employing the Round Table, "where the Knights of the Round Table sat at the center of the Castle of White Walls, Camelot", in the form of a shield. Its strength is proportionate to the will power of the user, and it is said that "so long the heart doesn't break, those castle walls too shall never crumble."

Her fighting style consists of majority defense but she does do offense. Using her shield as a weapon she can use the edges to slash, cut, or break though and or pierce. She has a small sword at her waist and draws it when she deems it necessary.


(Fate/Grand Order)
Rank:4
Strength: B- Mana: B
Endurance: B  Luck: C
Agility: C+    N.Phantasm: B+
Defense: A

A bit of Bio: During the Grand Order conflict in Fuyuki City, Shielder encountered Cursed Arm Hassan and Benkei but was saved by Cu Chulainn. The protagonist and Shielder defeated both and entered a short skirmish with Caster. Shielder and the protagonist later encountered and fought Saber Alter, who attempted to kill both of them with Excalibur Morgan but it was blocked by Shielder's Noble Phantasm. She was considered along with Rider and Caster to be a possible heroine. As Saber is a "Servant of the Sword", she was to be her rival as a Shielder, "Servant of the Shield." She would have been an "abandoned puppy" type heroine who killed her Master during the Fourth Holy Grail War and went on a rampage, surviving into the Fifth Holy Grail War in a similar manner to Gilgamesh.

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Name: Luviagelita  (Luvia for short) Edelfelt
 
Age:19
 
Class: Magi/Master
 
Servant: (None yet)

Appearance:Luvia has long golden blond hair styled entirely in large coils. She physically resembles Rin somewhat, furthering speculation that the younger Edelfelt sister from the Third Holy Grail War may have married into the Tohsaka family. Similar to Rin, she wears ribbons in her hair. In contrast to her rival, Luvia's signature colour is blue; she wears a long blue dress with sleeves that are easily detachable for combat purposes. Her bright blue dress was reminiscent of the colour of the sky. A ribbon of the same colour kept her golden-blonde hair in ringlets, and in her hand was an ivory-handled parasol.

Personality: As long as Rin Tohsaka is not nearby, Luvia's attitude is always graceful, never blaspheming and displaying a beauty similar to that of a swan. Of course, that is all just a facade; as she is actually very competitive and suffers from perfectionist tendencies. Although wealthy, Luvia does not tolerate excessive spending. However, she knows that such spending of money is meaningful because aristocrats are aristocrats. She understands that commoners do not have good views about the aristocrats, but loves them strongly because she understands them. She accepts that her fate is to marry a high-class gentleman of noble birth, but her personal tastes are more towards a simple man. She has a high elitism attitude as a noble and has always seen others from above. Luvia couldn't help loving professional wrestling deeply.

Power/Abilities:

Jewel MageCraft- is the type of thaumaturgy involving transferring magical energy into jewels to use as limited use Mystic codes. Once Magical Energy is embedded into a jewel, it will be tinted by the mystical properties of the stone, and the magus can then use that power whenever and in whatever way they find necessary. A specific example would be the topaz, which has properties that makes it optimal for anti-spirits tasks.

Gandr Shot- is a simple curse originating from Scandinavia, decreases the physical health of the target. Because the curse properly said is released from the caster’s index finger and the target must be within the field of vision to be aimed at, it is dubbed Gandr Shot. A Gandr with so much Magical Energy concentrated into it that becomes capable of physical interference is called Finn Shot. The Edelfelt  are among the best Gandr-users in the world.

Training- She is also trained in the England-original Lancashire-style of martial combat (which is quite similar to pro-wrestling) and received the nicknames of "Hunting Dog of the Ring" and the "Forklift Lady" for it. Usually wears a blue dress, the sleeves of said dress are optional attachments that can be easily and quickly removed in times of battle.

Background: Daughter of a distinguished lineage of magi, the Edelfelt, Luviagelita is their young and talented family head. As a student in the Clock Tower, the Mage's Association academy, she is one of the candidates for the position of student president for the current academic term. She also has an intense rivalry with Rin Tohsaka but later on learns to get along with her as she battles along side her from time to time.
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(Reposting)
(Open to Heroic Spirits and my Master.)

(Anyone else who's interested. this is where it could all begin. I ain't picky.)

The sensation of prana that surrounded his body. The malevolent chill and agony that slithered through him as magic danced all through his form is something that no summoner would be able to escape from. It was expected however and he paid the pain no mind as he began the ritual.

A circle was inscribed upon the floor, created from a silvery dust from his treasury, part of his own blood in the center (as much as it could be considered blood), and the melted remains of a select few Noble Phantasms to serve as a trim around the main circle. He knew how the ritual worked, but summoning a Servant of his own was something he was interested in actually performing now.

"Let silver and steel be the essence.
Let stone and contract be the foundation.
Let red be the color I pay tribute to.
Let rise a wall against the wind that shall fall.
Let the four cardinal gates close.
Let the three-forked road from the crown reaching unto my Kingdom rotate."

Gilgamesh started, his prana reserves from his current Master, +Hakurei Reimu, acting up now. He himself wasn't a true mage, but given the excess amount of magical energy he received from his Master, this was likely to be a joint operation... though unauthorized really.

 "Let it be filled. Again. Again. Again. Again.
Let it be filled fivefold for every turn, simply breaking asunder with every filling."

He was smiling as a wave of energy could be felt emanating from the circle. Whatever Heroic Spirit would appear from it, he could care less about who it would be. Adjustment to parameters are likely, but to have a familiar of his own would be interesting to behold.

The actual incantation was really just a guideline, and he had modified to allow for a bit of openness in breaking the rules.

"Come, listen to the voice of the King of Heroes. Whoever answers, and however many of you there are, you shall share in the glory that lies ahead." he declared, the raging gale surrounding him as the summoning ritual reached its zenith.
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