|Appears in:||Fate/strange fake|
|Character type:||Servant (Master: Tiné Chelc)|
|Servant classes:||(F/AR) (F/AR) (F/GO)|
- Main article: History
Archer's True Name is Gilgamesh, the King of Heroes who ruled Uruk and befriended Enkidu. During life, he had a key to the gates of his vault crafted, but he did not utilize it. The key was exceedingly ornate, and about the length and weight of a small survival knife. The jewels ornamented on the key were extremely valuable, both magically and monetarily. The key was filled with some magical energy of unknown origin. Viewing it as a trifle because there were none who would lay a hand upon his treasures, he threw it away. It eventually found its way into the hands of his summoner's ancestor, and while the key was filled with magical energy, he never found the vault. It stayed within his family until Archer's summoner used it to summon him instead of the first skin shed by a snake.
Normally, being summoned in an era where his property was sullied by the consumption society of the early 2000s, Gilgamesh would usually be in a worse mood overall. When learning that is best friend, Enkidu, was summoned did his personality become more stable.
He notably takes circumspect measures in order to protect his Master, Tiné Chelc, where Gilgamesh makes sure that Tiné is close to him along with putting up a Noble Phantasm that will automatically protect Tiné from incoming attacks. Gilgamesh tells Tiné that he can't allow her to die until he fulfills his promise with Enkidu.
Archer is summoned by a magus wishing to restore his family's honor, but he is killed by another magus, Tiné Chelc, moments after the summoning is complete and becomes her Servant. After she introduced herself, Tiné then took Archer to meet the many people who wish to serve their king. Archer declared to Tiné that he was initially not interested in participating the War, and he would leisurely wait until a worthy opponent shows up, where he then took out the Potion of youth with the intentions of drinking it. However, as Archer learns that his best friend, Enkidu, was also summoned did he change his mind. After declaring to Tiné that she should rejoice in how she will witness her king fight with all his might, he then gives Tiné the Potion of youth where he declares he will no longer need it.
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 Fate/strange fake - Volume 1 - Servant status: Archer
Master: Tine Chelc
True name: Gilgamesh
Alignment: Chaotic Good
Noble Phantasm: EX
■ Magic Resistance: C
■ Independent Action: A
■ Golden Rule: A
Fate which revolves around how much riches one acquires in life.
■ Divinity: B(A+)
Skill that shows how much Divine Spirit aptitude, how related one is to a god, one has. He was suitable for the highest rank but since he loathes gods it is Rank-Downed.
■ Enuma Elish: The Star of Creation that Split the Heaven and Earth
Type: Anti-World Noble Phantasm
Maximum Targets: 1000 People
Using the Sword of Rupture Ea to cut space. It is a power used by the gods when they separated the heaven and earth. As for power it is possible to say it is an attack close to the very top of all Noble Phantasms. By receiving the support of Noble Phantasms in the treasury, damage is further increase
■ (Obscured in volume 2)
Max Targets: ???
■ Gate of Babylon: King's Treasures
Type: Anti-Unit Noble Phantasm
The Golden City that is the King's Treasury, moreover the golden key connected to it. Treasures such as many Noble Phantasm prototypes, or the models of humanity's inventions from all times and places, these rare items were stored. They can be taken out freely. Naturally whether or not they can be handled depends on the user.
身長・体重： 182cm 68kg
■ 対魔力： C
■ 単独行動： A
■ 神性： B（A+）
乖離剣・エアによる空間切断。神が天地を開く時に使用した力であり、威力としては有りと凡ゆる宝具の中で最 も頂点に近いと言える一撃である。宝物庫にある宝具の支援を受けることにより、ダメージの値が更に上昇する 。
黄金郷である王の宝物庫と、それに繋がる鍵剣。数多の宝具の原典、あるいは人類の発明のひな形や古今東西の 財宝、珍品が収納されており、自由にそれを取り出す事ができる。当然ながら、扱えるかどうかは使う者の技量 に左右される。
- ↑ Fate/strange fake - Prologue I "Archer", p.030
- ↑ Fate/strange fake - Prologue I "Archer", p.046