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“The Time of Crowning has Come, He is the One Who Begins All."
"And― The Time of Parting Has Come, He is the One Who Lets Go of The World."
Ars Nova: The Time of Parting has Come, He is the One Who Lets Go of the World (訣別の時きたれり、其は世界を手放すもの, Ketsubetsu no Toki Kitareri, So wa Sekai wo Tebanasu Mono?) is the first Noble Phantasm of Solomon. It is the crystallization of the legend in which Solomon returned his rings to the heavens of his own will, and the only act he performed as a "human" hero. The Noble Phantasm possessed by the true Solomon and not Goetia. A poem of farewell in which he lets go of every accomplishment, miracle, and magecraft.
Upon activation, he returns God's gifts back to the heavens and loses his clairvoyance. The effect is Solomon's death. In other words, the self-destruction of the 72 Demon Gods. It is a fail-safe designed for the case in which magecraft became an "evil" for humanity in the far future. Once activated, every trace of Solomon vanishes from this world ― even on the Throne of Heroes.
All ten of Solomon's rings are required for its use. Solomon had sent his last ring to the future on a revelation from God, so Goetia was unable to know the true name of this Noble Phantasm.
Light Band Convergence RingEdit
Ars Nova: Light Band Convergence Ring (光帯収束環, Hikari-tai Shūsokukan?) is the Noble Phantasm of Grand Caster. Since Goetia doesn't know the original name of this Noble Phantasm, he hypothesizes this as his Noble Phantasm.
It is used to act as the activation calculations for returning to the genesis of the Earth.