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"I requested for another night. And then... another night. This is what my words spun, a story that wishes of no end."
"Alf Layla wa-Layla──That'll be it... for tonight... Fufu.”
Alf Layla wa-Layla: One Thousand and One Nights (千夜一夜物語, Sen'yaichiyamonogatari?) is the Noble Phantasm of Scheherazade. From its origin, it possesses a special attack against those with the King attribute. Even if they are not strictly a King, as long as they are of a similar existence, there are cases where they would be deemed equivalent to what she regards as a "King".
This is a Reality Marble that is said to be defined by "her narrated tales". From the World's belief of the impressive and realistic narrations that overwhelms its sense of reality and existence, that "tale" is able to materialize. It summons and gives form to characters, tools, spirits, and so forth that appeared within One Thousand and One Nights. Episodes of Aladdin, Ali Baba and so forth that were produced in posterity and absorbed into these set of tales, which did not originally exist in the (historically justified) One Thousand and One Nights, are able to be used given that it will be helpful to her existence as a Heroic Spirit. What's most important is not their validity. It is whether the King can be entertained or not. Naturally, at the end of the tale (Noble Phantasm), it can be concluded like this: "―――and such, was this story."
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Fate/Grand Order Profile of Scheherazade, translated by roadromancer at Reddit.
- ↑ Fate/Grand Order - Agartha: The Mythical Subterranean Society, Chapter 15