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Noble Phantasm
Golden Wild Hunt
Noble Phantasm | Weaponry | Golden Hind
GoldenWildHunt
Japanese name: ゴールデン・ワイルドハント
Title: The Night of the Golden Hind and the Storm
Japanese title: 黄金鹿と嵐の夜
Owner: Rider
Type: Anti-Army
Rank: A+
Range: 20-40
Maximum number of targets: Front side deployment of 20 ships

"Remember my name by the death from my passing! Temeroso el Draque! I am the woman who set the sun! You rascals, it's time! The king of storms, a swarm of ghosts, this is the beginning of the Wild Hunt!"
Rider

Golden Wild Hunt: The Night of the Golden Hind and the Storm (黄金鹿と嵐の夜ゴールデン・ワイルドハント, ?), translated as Hunt of the Golden Hind: Golden Stag and the Eventide Tempest in the localization of Fate/Extra, is a fleet of ships lead by Francis Drake. It is a symbol of her everyday life and it contains attributes of the anecdotes of the fire ships that defeated the Spanish Invincible Armada and the anecdotes of the "night of storm" that is transmitted through Europe.[1] With the lead ship and other Noble Phantasm, Golden Hind: (黄金の鹿号ゴールデンハインド, ?), acting as the core, it expands countless small crafts and exterminates the enemy with overwhelming firepower.[2] Rider stands on the figurehead of the Golden Hind and attacks with three large floating cannons as the rest of the ships provide supporting fire. Drake can also materialize certain portions of a ship, such a causing four cannon ports to materialize in the air and having them fire at the enemy. In the game, the conditions for Rider to use this Noble Phantasm is when her HP is 30% or below. The attack's damage is based on how many successful hits landed in a turn.

Cannons
Rider summoning cannons.
EGGSAdded by EGGS

The Wild Hunt is a personification of storms, such as rainstorms and blizzards, which takes on the form of hounds and goats, horses and armed soldiers, or even monsters. Generally malevolent heroes, celebrities, or even ancient deities are considered to have become the leader of the Wild Hunt. While the most widely believed commander is Francis Drake, legends depict various other leaders of the night of storm, including King Arthur having turned into a demon, especially in the folklore of Scotland, the god of ancient times, Odin, or even Cain, the first murderer.

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