Noble Phantasms (宝具, Hōgu?, Precious Tools) are "crystallized mysteries", powerful armaments made using the imagination of humans as their core, and weapons or abilities owned by Heroic Spirits. They are the embodiment of the ultimate mysteries of a hero that symbolizes one's existence through historical facts and anecdotes. They can be physical weapons, such as swords, lances, and bows, or support items, such as rings and crowns. They can also be abstract concepts, like unique abilities, unique means of attacks, curses, and changes to the environment and its physical properties. When summoned as Servants in the Holy Grail War, they are the trump cards of the heroes that allow them to overcome others in battle.
The Noble Phantasms of all Heroic Spirits are said to have originated from the Gate of Babylon, the treasury of Gilgamesh. They were the greatest treasures of the world collected throughout his lifetime, nameless, splendid weapons, that acted as the Noble Phantasms' prototypes before becoming the objects of faith that act as the foundations for their legends. They spread throughout the world after his death, eventually becoming Noble Phantasms. Even though it can be considered a paradox, unless Gilgamesh as the original hero possesses them, they cannot be handed down as the Noble Phantasms possessed by the later heroes derived from his legend. Some abilities solely wielded by Divine Spirits like Sarasvati Meltout and Eightfold Blessing of Amaterasu are called Noble Phantasms, so it is unknown if they also fall into that categorization.
It is impossible for myths and legends to start from nothing, so they all have common points acting as the foundations that became the model for the legend. Those like demonic swords and holy swords were granted names and abilities once such legends begin to flourish in their lands of origination, but those within Gilgamesh's treasury are their forms before they were granted such through myths and legends. Those possessed by Gilgamesh are the true original models, different than those that have been renewed from older Noble Phantasms over the millennia. Though differing in appearance, renewed weapons hold similar true natures, concepts for their creation, and souls. As with the progression of Merodach, Gram, and Caliburn, all carrying the "foundation of the sacred right to select the king", each cycle of transmigration causes the weapon to become weaker. Gilgamesh claims that the "children cannot defeat their parents", with each new incarnation simply being a deteriorated imitation that cannot match the original model, but Shirou Emiya claims "but there is no rule that an imitation cannot defeat the original" while taunting him.
There are cases where the nature of the Noble Phantasm is not actually a true crystallized mystery, such as Archer's Unlimited Blade Works, which is magecraft that symbolizes him, and Li Shu Wen's No Second Strike, which is the quintessence of his martial arts. Sasaki Kojirou is a case of a Servant without a Noble Phantasm due to his status as a wraith, but his technique, Tsubame Gaeshi, has managed to be on par with Noble Phantasms without the use of magecraft. Enkidu is described more as a "Noble Phantasm of the gods" than a Heroic Spirit, and Kingprotea is a being whose self can be treated as a Noble Phantasm.
Noble Phantasms make up part of the existence of Heroic Spirits, the anecdotes about their prowess and weaponry all becoming part of the very "symbol" of their existence. As the "ultimate mysteries" and embodiment of the heroes, they are trump cards carried by each to be used at an appropriate time. Most Noble Phantasms will belong only to a single hero, activated only by them, their true owners, by channeling magical energy into them and releasing their true names. There are cases as with the Hanging Gardens of Babylon which is possessed by multiple heroes, Nebuchadnezzar II possessing it by deed and Semiramis possessing it by distortion of fact. They each possess a great amount of magical energy that show them being things "outside of normality", miracles exceeding both humanity and magecraft.
Noble Phantasms represents the legends of Heroic Spirit, in other words, it would most likely reveal the identity to other Masters if used. For example, if a servant used a Noble Phantasm in a one-on-one tournament format in the Moon Cell Holy Grail War, the leakage of information will lead to defeat because it will give clues to the Servant's real name. It can be said that a Master winning without the use of a Noble Phantasm(s) is an excellent Master. They are brought into the world with Servants upon their summoning, normally complied out of magical energy and granted the ability to materialize and dematerialize at the wielder's will. Compared to the Servants who sometimes also possesses normal weapons as well, they give off a clear level of magical energy that shows that they are Noble Phantasms.
Most Heroic Spirits will only possess one Noble Phantasm, while those who sometimes obtain two or three would normally be the absolute limit, and it may be possible for some to have treasured three or four extraordinary weapons in their life. Medusa, with three, is noted to be exceptional among other Servants, and Perseus being granted five during his lifetime is the most given to a single hero in Greek mythology. Gilgamesh is unique in possessing an unlimited amount within his treasury due to having all of them. No Name Assassin possesses eighteen of the nineteen Zabaniya Noble Phantasms. Perseus possesses six with the inclusion of Bellerophon in his legend, Achilles possesses five, and others like Astolfo, Saint George, and Karna possess four each. It is possible that Noble Phantasms will be granted to heroes even if they had nothing to do with them in life, such as the misunderstandings of countless people thinking Semiramis had some connection to the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, causing it to become her Noble Phantasm.
Noble Phantasms are ranked by their strength and mystery. Those called "extremely average" are around the level of B Rank which have strength able to be represented through numbers and show only output of pure physical damage. Gáe Bolg's thrown strike is a pure destructive attack, while its piercing version carries a conceptual effect, a "destiny interference type", that falls into a special category. Differing from regular attacks, even a C Rank Noble Phantasm is the equivalent of an A or A+ ranked normal attack. It is possible for the ranks to be increased or decreased depending upon certain circumstances. Gáe Bolg can temporarily be strengthened to A Rank through the use of Runes, while Clarent loses ranks from having been obtained and used improperly. Defensive Noble Phantasms like God Hand and Armor of Fafnir use the concept of ranks as a means of defense rather than the relative power the ranks represent.
Fortress Noble Phantasms are very rare, fewer in number than even the rare Anti-Fortress Noble Phantasms. Even those that own them like Cú Chulainn can only use it within his homeland of Ireland. Floating fortresses like the Hanging Gardens of Babylon are close to zero. The ability to kill hundreds and thousands of people is a trait possessed by Anti-Army and Anti-Fortress Noble Phantasms, but those capable of killing over ten thousand like Kazikli Bey are few in number.
Normally limited to the exclusive usage of their owners due to being tied directly into their legends, the Noble Phantasms of heroes being wielded by other heroes will not normally be able to be wielded properly by them or activated with their true names, whether stolen or freely borrowed. There are specific Noble Phantasms like Knight of Owner and Sword Hunt that can temporarily transfer the ownership of armament Noble Phantasms, allowing Lancelot to wield them with great skill and Toyotomi Hideyoshi to handle them with less skill than the original wielder but also be able to unleash their true names under certain conditions. Under certain exceptions, it may be possible for a Heroic Spirit to freely grant usage of the Noble Phantasm, requiring the conditions of “being where he is making a contract, instead of being in opposition, of his own volition" and "the Noble Phantasm not requiring considerable skill and power to invoke its true name.” Even with such conditions fulfilled, Rider of Black borrowing Akhilleus Kosmos from Rider of Red also required the respective episodes in their legends of “the giver (Achilles) where he loans his Noble Phantasms” and "the receiver (Astolfo) where he borrows a Noble Phantasm.”
The most common Noble Phantasms are holy swords and demonic swords used by heroes during their lives. There is no specific form into which they must fit. They can be the weapons the hero used in life, and they can be famous anecdotes about the hero given form upon their ascension. While they can be physical weapons, the act of throwing many weapons at once or a "sword that splits into an infinite number" could be Noble Phantasms in themselves. Rin provides several examples of a Noble Phantasm's power, mentioning dragon-slaying swords, shoes that can run far and wide, god-killing demonic swords, and Hazanken, a sword in Chinese legends able to even slice through mountains that can only be swung once. There are those like Ionioi Hetairoi that is Alexander the Great's life sublimated into a Noble Phantasm due to having been acknowledged by all as the King of Conquerors, and there are those like Zabaniya that are Noble Phantasms because of their status as that which establishes their users as Hassan-i-Sabbah rather than having been recorded in history.
Most Noble Phantasms are simply regarded as lost legends in modern times, but there are some that have remained throughout the millennia. There are humans like Bazett Fraga McRemitz and Gray that can actualize Noble Phantasms that have been passed down throughout their bloodlines for generations. Others like Avalon, Jack the Ripper's knives, and one owned by Qin Shi Huang have remained throughout the ages and act as catalysts for summoning their wielders as Servants.
It is possible to sacrifice a Noble Phantasm for an attack that is one rank higher, which is called a Broken Phantasm: The Destroyed Illusion (壊れた幻想, Kowareta Gensō?). If a Noble Phantasm is packed with magical energy, it can be made to explode after striking its target. It is nearly impossible to repair a destroyed Noble Phantasm, and since they are the trump cards of Heroic Spirits, they are unlikely to take such measures. Archer is an exception, as he can reproduce as many copies of Noble Phantasms as his magical energy will allow due to Tracing, allowing him to also counterbalance the fact that all of his projections are lowered by one rank. If a Servant wishes to destroy their own weapon in another fashion, it is much easier than destroying one in normal combat. Lancer is able to easily break Gáe Buidhe in half without any effort.
Similar as to how spells are required to activate magecraft, it is necessary to awaken and activate Noble Phantasms with their true name. While something like Gáe Bolg is a splendid spear with history and itself a Noble Phantasm, it does not appear inherently extraordinary by itself, only able to display its full potential beyond the realm of normal weapons when imbued with magical energy and activated with the recitation of its true name. It is possible to give an alternate name to a Noble Phantasm in the case of its true name being forgotten like with Casseur de Logistille, but while it will be reflected in the Servant's status as such, it cannot activate its true power without it. Sakata Kintoki activates his Golden Eater and Golden Spark with those "suspicious names", while the true names are very likely different. For weapons that release a great attack, they only reflect their power upon having their true name called, so striking with them as regular armaments will only reflect the physical abilities of the wielder.
There are a number of Noble Phantasms that display passive abilities that continue to function without any need to call out their names called continuously active-type Noble Phantasms (常時発動型の宝具, Jōji Hatsudō-Gata no Hōgu?), such as God Hand, Crying Warmonger and Kavacha and Kundala. It may be the case that there are conditions required before Noble Phantasms can be activated, and some rare ones require materials to construct. The most common of such cases are those that still exist in the world in the present day that requires the Noble Phantasm to be obtained, while rarer cases require actual materials for their entire construction. While normally complete existences, there are those that are too large to be possessed by a single hero and those that were incomplete but still recorded in the hero's legend.
Noble Phantasms that can be utilized by Masters in the Holy Grail Wars are called Master's Noble Phantasms (マスターの宝具, Masutā no Hōgu?). While Avalon lacks functions as a Noble Phantasm without Saber present, Avalon can be sealed within a person to allow them to experience its healing effects so long as Saber is present. Qin Shi Huang's can be used by someone even without him being summoned, and Karna has shown the ability to give his armor to his Master.
Noble Phantasms are classified by their effectiveness against enemies. One Noble Phantasm may have multiple classifications depending on its abilities. Along with Noble Phantasms, there are also the alternate descriptors of Secret Technique (奥義, Ōgi?) for Jumping the Eight Ships at Dan-no-Ura and Mystic Sword (魔剣, Maken?) for Tsubame Gaeshi.
- Unknown (不明, Fumei?) - Due to its variable nature, Nine Lives is not given a classification.
- Anti-Unit Noble Phantasm (対人宝具, Tai-Jin Hōgu?, Anti-Person) - Anti-Unit Noble Phantasms are those specialized against defeating other people in single combat. Compared to stronger weapons, a majority of Anti-Unit Noble Phantasms will not go beyond defeating other beings no matter how strong the magical energy or curse they wield. Saber's Invisible Air wouldn't increase the speed of an action like chopping wood, and Lancer's Gáe Bolg, which strikes the opponent's heart, would just be a strong lance if the target is a rock or a house. The advantage over stronger weapons is that they can be compared to guns with unlimited ammo while Anti-Army Noble Phantasms are one-time missiles. Missiles are more powerful, but an Anti-Unit can be continuous like Invisible Air. There are also those that are very cost effective like Gáe Bolg, so it can be called a sure-hit arrow that is better at killing single people than a cannonball.
- Anti-Unit (Self) Noble Phantasm (対人（自身）宝具, Tai-Hito (Jitai) Hōgu?) - Anti-Unit Noble Phantasm used upon the wielder instead of another target.
- Anti-Self Noble Phantasm (対己宝具, Tai-Onore Hōgu?) - The classification of The Queen's Glass Game.
- Anti-Mind Noble Phantasm (対心宝具, Tai-Kokoro Hōgu?) - This classification of Noble Phantasms that targets the mind. While normally Anti-Mind, Sarasvati Meltout, within the cyberspace of the Moon Cell, becomes Anti-City and Anti-World.
- Anti-Team Noble Phantasm (対陣宝具, Tai-Jin Hōgu?, Anti-Formation) - The classification of Aestus Domus Aurea.
- Labyrinth Noble Phantasm (迷宮宝具, Meikyū Hōgu?) - The classification of Noble Phantasms that brings forth a Labyrinth or something similar to the concept of a maze.
- Anti-Army Noble Phantasm (対軍宝具, Tai-Gun Hōgu?) - Anti-Army Noble Phantasms are those with a wide enough range to be specialized against armies. They are more powerful weapons than Anti-Unit Noble Phantasms, capable of easily blowing them away, but they must be used more wisely because of their larger cost. Using an A Rank Noble Phantasm takes a great deal of mana, so they must wait before they can use it again.
- Anti-Army (Self) Noble Phantasm (対軍（自身）宝具, Tai-Gun (Jitai) Hōgu?) - Anti-Army Noble Phantasms used upon the wielder's own army instead of another group.
- Anti-Gate Noble Phantasm (対門宝具, Tai-Mon Hōgu?) - The classification of Noble Phantasms that has power capable of blowing away sturdy walls, doors and gates.
- Anti-Fortress Noble Phantasm (対城宝具, Tai-Jō Hōgu?, Anti-Castle) - This rank has powerful Noble Phantasms that can even blow away solid fortified structures. While the difference between Anti-Unit and Anti-Army is the variation in area of effect, Anti-Fortress Noble Phantasms are distinguished from other categories by the great difference in power. Only Excalibur has this rank in all of the Noble Phantasms of the Fourth and Fifth Holy Grail Wars. God Force in Fate/Extra also possesses this rank.
- Fortress Noble Phantasm (城塞宝具, Jōsai Hōgu?) - Fortress Noble Phantasms are those that consists of solid fortified structures.
- Anti-Mountain Noble Phantasm (對山寶具, Tai-Zan Hōgu?) - The classification of An Gal Tā Kigal Shē.
- Anti-Populace Noble Phantasm (対衆宝具, Tai-Shū Hōgu?) - The classification of Noble Phantasms that targets the people, whether they are of the masses or they are that of a civilization.
- Anti-City Noble Phantasm (対都市宝具, Tai-Toshi Hōgu?) - The classification of Noble Phantasms that has enough range to potentially cover an entire city.
- Anti-Country Noble Phantasm (対国宝具, Tai-Koku Hōgu?) - The classification of Noble Phantasms that has enough range to potentially cover an entire country.
- Anti-World Noble Phantasm (対界宝具, Tai-Kai Hōgu?) - The classification of Noble Phantasms that affect the World itself, such as Enuma Elish. While the actual output is around the level of Excalibur, Enuma Elish's effect of unquestionably being that of the legend of "ripping the world" puts the sword in a special category.
- Anti-Planet Noble Phantasm (対星宝具, Tai-Hoshi Hōgu?, Anti-Star) - The classification of Angra Mainyu/CCC and Cursed Cutting Crater. According to Leonardo da Vinci, if one releases the full power of a Top Servant's Noble Phantasm, it still can't completely destroy the planet. Even if an Anti-Planet Noble Phantasm existed, according to her calculations, it's still not possible to destroy the planet.
- Anti-Thaumaturgy Noble Phantasm (対魔術宝具, Tai-Majutsu Hōgu?) - The classification of Noble Phantasms that are meant to be used for the dispelling and destruction of magecraft and other thaumaturgy.
- Anti-Treasure Noble Phantasm (対宝宝具, Tai-Takara Hōgu?) - The classification of Noble Phantasms that targets other treasures, potentially including Noble Phantasms.
- Divine Noble Phantasm (神性宝具, Shinsei Hōgu?) - The classification of Child of the Sun.
- Anti-Divine Noble Phantasm (対神宝具, Tai-Shin Hōgu?, Anti-God) - The classification of Noble Phantasms that are effective against Divine Spirits. They are few in number, including Enkidu and Vasavi Shakti.
- Anti-Evil Noble Phantasm (対悪宝具, Tai-Aku Hōgu?) - The classification of Lord Camelot.
- Anti-Banquet Noble Phantasm (對?寶具, Tai-? Hōgu?) - The classification of Bale of Inexhaustibility.
- Anti-Wisdom Noble Phantasm (対智宝具, Tai-Tomo Hōgu?) - The classification of Fintan Finegas.
- Anti-Principle Noble Phantasm (対理宝具, Tai-Satoru Hōgu?)
- Anti-Dragon Noble Phantasm (對龍寶具, Tai-Ryū Hōgu?)
- Anti-Purge Noble Phantasm (対粛清宝具, Tai-Shukusei Hōgu?) - The classification of Enkidu's Enuma Elish.
- Anti-Humanity Noble Phantasm (対人類宝具, Tai-Jinrui Hōgu?) - The classification of Ars Almadel Salomonis.
- Anti-Wave Noble Phantasm (対波宝具, Tai-Nami Hōgu?)
- Barrier Noble Phantasm (結界宝具, Kekkai Hōgu?) - The classification of Noble Phantasms used to create barriers, typically Bounded Fields, but it does not include those that are also used to attack. Avalon is purely defensive, so it is a typical example of a barrier. While other Noble Phantasms like Blood Fort Andromeda may create barriers, they will instead be classified by their ability to attack like Blood Fort Andromeda belonging to the Anti-Army category.
- Magecraft Noble Phantasm (魔術寶具, Majutsu Hōgu?)
- Conceptual Noble Phantasm (概念宝具, Gainen Hōgu?)
- Covenant Noble Phantasm (契約宝具, Keiyaku Hōgu?)
- Suicide Attack Noble Phantasm (特攻宝具, Tokkō Hōgu?) - The classification of Noble Phantasms that sacrifice the user's life like La Pucelle.
List of known Noble PhantasmsEdit
Non-standard Noble PhantasmsEdit
Some objects that are not normally Noble Phantasms can temporarily become Noble Phantasms under certain circumstances.
Other Noble PhantasmsEdit
- Cú Chulainn possesses a castle and chariot as potential Noble Phantasms if summoned in his homeland of Ireland.
- Orlando Reeve, due to the abilities of Caster, has outfitted his "Clan Calatin" group of officers with artificial Noble Phantasms said to possess abilities greater than their originals.
- Sun Wukong, a joke character, is said to possess four Noble Phantasms: Ruyi Jingu Bang, Golden Chain Mail Shirt, Phoenix-feather Cap, and Cloud-walking Boots.
- Yamato Takeru possessing the Ama-no-Murakumo is described as an example of a Noble Phantasm.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1
 Fate/side material - Encyclopedia: Noble Phantasm [Armament], p.071-072 [T]
Noble Phantasm [Armament]
The armaments carried by Heroic Spirits, made from humanity's illusions.
Though they generally come in the form of things like swords, spears, or bows, there are also those Heroic Spirits whose Noble Phantasms are auxiliary armaments like shields, rings, or crowns.
They are solidified "mysteries", and injecting them with magical energy while calling their true name will unleash their abilities.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 Fate/stay night Fate route - Oldest King
 Fate/Extra CCC - Gilgamesh Matrix
Noble Phantasm: Enuma Elish (The Star of Creation That Split Heaven and Earth)
Keyword: King of Heroes, friend
Strength: B, Endurance: C, Agility: C, Magic: A, Luck: A
Divinity: B (A+), Golden Rule: A, Collector: EX
Enuma Elish (The Star of Creation That Split Heaven and Earth)
Gilgamesh's final Noble Phantasm which reveals creation--the beginning of everything.
The severing of space which comes from the Sword of Rupture, Ea, the sword crowned with the name of a god from Mesopotamian mythology.
The god, Ea, is believed to be the quasi-deification of the power of the planet which turned, smashed, and stabilized the surface of the earth when it was still covered in gas and seas of magma, during the primordial stage of the earth.
Many gods began building nations after the the primordial earth was stabilized into a world where living creatures could live, but Ea is a god who performed the act of building of planet before that.
Gilgamesh's sword, which is crowned with Ea's name, changes space itself by agitating space-time through the rotation of three layers of giant power fields.
It's true power is not something to be used against a single living creature but against the world. Even among the many Noble Phantasms possessed by Servants, it is one considered to be at the top, the sword "which tore apart the world."
King of Heroes
Another name for Gilgamesh. It does not mean a king who is a hero but is used with the implication that he is the king over heroes.
The story of Gilgamesh, is who mankind's oldest hero, is copied within the mythologies of all the countries of the world. The origin of all myths, the model on which heroes are based...calling him such would not be an exaggeration.
More or less, the heroes of various myths are derived from Gilgamesh's legend. As such, Gilgamesh possesses the prototypes of the Noble Phantasms that heroes carry... the original treasures from before every legend was arranged. Though it may be a paradox, unless the original, Gilgamesh, possesses it, it cannot be handed down as the Noble Phantasm possessed by the later heroes who were derived from him.
When humanity was still small. Within the treasury of the king, who governed his kingdom and lived in as much luxury as he desired, was collected every single treasure in the world.
Inside that treasury, there is the treasured swords that saved later heroes, and there is preserved the cursed swords that stole the lives of heroes.
The reason that Gilgamesh is called the King of Heroes is here. Noble Phantasms are primarily one to a any single hero. Not only does he possess an approximately infinite amount of them, he also owns the "legends" that other heroes are wake against, as if it were natural. It should be impossible for an average hero to cross swords with him.
As a Heroic Spirit, he is an absolute warrior in battles against Heroic Spirits. While there are several heroes who hold the title of king, such as the King of Knights and the King of Conquerors, but in regards to being crowned with the title "King of All Heroes," in all of heaven and earth, he is the only one.
As he became a young man, Gilgamesh's violent disposition only grew. Of course the people of Uruk, but even the gods who dispatched him, were greatly perplexed by his violence.
"Gilgamesh is not fulfilling his original role." "That insolent creature needs someone to admonish him."
Having come to that conclusion, the gods sent a single life to the surface. Its name was Enkidu. It was a person made by a god and given her blood, the same as Gilgamesh.
It had neither a sex nor a fixed form. Enkidu, being made from clay by a god, was "Uruk's greatest weapon," able to change its shape at will. According to the god which was its mother's will, Enkidu confronted Gilgamesh before the temple of Uruk. With their exchanging of blows like a storm, their battle occurred within the city.
After that fierce fighting, they both collapsed to the ground without consideration for where, praised each other's valor, and became peerless friends.
Gilgamesh, who had been without equal, for the first time found someone he could call "a friend."
After that, while his vainglorious attitude did not change, Gilgamesh, remonstrated by Enkidu, softened his tyranny.
Gilgamesh, who had acquired someone who understood him in Enkidu, defeated the guardian of the forest and beast of the gods, Humbaba, and, as the most excellent king on the earth, took possession of every single treasure.
At this time, the dazzlingly powerful Gilgamesh was an existence that not even the gods could avert their eyes from.
A goddess fell in LOVE with this Gilgamesh. It was the goddess of fertility Ishtar. She proposed to Gilgamesh, but he quickly refused. Because he knew that how whimsical and cruel a witch who rendered men useless Ishtar was.
Ishtar, enraged by Gilgamesh's insults, as her revenge, clung to her father, the god Anu, in tears and released the greatest of divine beasts, "the Bull of Heaven," onto the earth.
"The Bull of Heaven" is a disaster of extreme magnitude clad in storms. When it appeared, a seven-year famine and destruction occurred on earth. In other words, the downfall of Uruk.
Against this divine beast which none could match, Gilgamesh and Enkidu worked together to stand against it and repelled it splendidly. Once again, the goddess lost face. Naturally, Isthar's rage had not lessened, and she requested death for either of the two of them from the gods. Because for one with a human body to kill the beast of the gods was a sin.
Ishtar's wish was granted, and one of the two, Enkidu, who was created by the gods, unable to defy that decree, slowly weakened and died.
...The sole person who understood the king, Enkidu. Just how large a shadow his loss cast over Gilgamesh is told in his lifetime afterward.
Enkidu is an autonomous weapon created from the clay of the gods. In SE.RA.PH. terms, he is close to an AI. As a result of being complete from birth, he neither grows nor evolves. He could take various forms as needed, but it is said his usual appearance was that of a 16-year-old person who could be seen as a girl or a boy with long hair which faintly shines a light-green color.
０１ - 『天地乖離す開闢の星』
０２ - 英雄王
０３ - 友人
01 - Divinity [B (A+)]
A judgement regarding whether or not one's body possess the property of being divine.
Though he possesses the greatest rank of divine spirit aptitude, Gilgamesh himself hates the gods, so the rank has gone down.
02 - Golden Rule [A]
Not the bodily golden ratio, but one's destiny in regard to how much money follows one around in life.
At rank A, it's possible to call it a soul of gold. With this Goldy attitude, even while living like a multimillionaire, he won't have any money troubles during his life.
03 - Collector [EX]
The ability to acquire items of higher quality. It's the good luck of frequently obtaining even rare items, but because it only applies to Gilgamesh himself, it does not bless the Master.
Gilgamesh is a collector of treasure. "I collected all the treasures of the earth," is Gilgamesh's favorite phrase, but that is not a metaphor. He collected and stored away a sample of all the technology that was developed during his age and sealed them.
That which Gilgamesh stored, rather than being treasure, is "the origin of the intelligence of mankind" itself. If it does not exist in Gilgamesh's treasury, then it is "something produced by a new breed of humanity, according a completely new concept," "something made from the technology of the culture born from the intelligent life from another heavenly body," one of the two.
For that reason, of course he has airplanes and submarines. The desires of the people from before Christ are not different, and it would not do for the crafts of ancient times when magic was in good health to be inferior to the crafts of the modern age. People generally realize the "tools of hope" that they dream of, and each time that occurs, it ended with them being confiscated by the king's hand.
The offensive skill Gilgamesh uses, "Gate of Babylon," shoots the treasure he collected like this like arrows. The gate to the golden capital opens, and his treasures are shot out from his treasure cellar.
This is a digression, but after the Noble Phantasms that are shot out are used, regardless of how far it has gone, it turns to Gilgamesh's treasure cellar. "Hah. I possess a Noble Phantasm which excels at the task of retrieval," says the person himself.
０１ - 神性 [B（A+）]
０２ - 黄金律 [A]
０３ - コレクター [EX]
The demigod king who ruled over the Sumerian city-state of Uruk in the time before Christ. Not just a legend but also a real person, the king written of in mankind's oldest epic, "The Epic of Gilgamesh."
Possessing great divinity as two-thirds god and one-third human, without anyone to match him in this world, he was perfected as a transcendent being who attained everything in the world.
In his childhood, he was adored by the people as the ideal ruler, but as he grew, possible due to being treated as almighty, his consideration for the people waned, and he came to rule Uruk with absolute power.
However, simply being oppressive does not make one a tyrant, he made Uruk prosper properly, found a friend he could speak with, and in personally subjugating the phenomena that would harm the people, that heroic quality cannot be doubted.
He is the heroic figure who defeated the bull so large it was cloaked in the heavens and rendered the civilization of this fortified Sumerian city unshakeable.
The following is historical fact, which differs from "The Epic of Gilgamesh." According to a fragment of an inscription found in an archaeological excavation of the historical ruins of this Sumerian city, Uruk was a city-state that existed on the shore of Persian south of Mesopotamia, and he was the fifth king of that city's first dynasty. It obtained assets through ocean trade and subjugated the region of southern Mesopotamia. He was victorious in the fight against Aga, king of the Kish who controlled the north made strong the city-states of Sumer. However, as a result the reckless deforestation of the woods due to the building of ships, their agricultural land was destroyed.
For that reason, Gilgamesh, seeking the giant tree, the Lebanon Cedar, launched an expedition all the way to far-away Phoenicia (modern day Lebanon), fought against the people of woods, called Humbaba, gained victory against them, and brought that massive tree back with him.
According to "The Epic of Gilgamesh," it seems that Gilgamesh, after the loss of Enkidu, fell into depression, his previous vigor gone.
The fact that Enkidu, whose strength had not been inferior to Gilgamesh's own, could die, was the shock that Gilgamesh received.
Gilgamesh, who was tormented over anxiety of death, finally set off on a trip to the realm of the death in search of perpetual youth and eternal life.
It was said that there lived a sage who had lived since placing a large amount of animals upon an ark before the coming of a deluge that assailed the earth.
This sage was said to be the only one of the earth escape from death and live until the present. Seeking him, Gilgamesh set across wilderness alone.
At the end of that long journey and many hardships, Gilgamesh finally managed to reach the realm of the dead. There, he met the sage, Utnapishtim, spoke with him, and in the end, Gilgamesh attained the spirit herb of perpetual youth and eternal life.
Gilgamesh came to rise above the "death" that had taken even Enkidu.
His heart's desire fulfilled, during his triumphant return to Uruk, Gilgamesh stopped by a spring. He cleansed himself; it seems he wanted to test the fruits of his labor while in perfect condition.
However. While he was bathing, unexpectedly, a snake with an empty stomach sniffed out the smell of the spirit herb of perpetual youth and eternal life.
By the time he noticed, it was too late. Panicked, Gilgamesh emerged from the spring, all that remained there was the skin that snake had shed.
Having lost the spirit herb of perpetual youth and eternal life in this way, Gilgamesh was irritated for a long interval, but afterwards, he made his way back to his own castle, Uruk.
While the Gilgamesh after this was severe, he ruled his state quietly, entrusted to to the next king, and went to his eternal rest.
Without telling anyone of the whereabouts of the spirit herb of perpetual youth and eternal life.
Mankind's oldest king of heroes, Gilgamesh. Discord with the gods, the journey for the perpetual youth and eternal life, a deluge which covered the world. In that epic is the basis of every legend.
The truth of his epic poem, which has many uncertain points concerning fine details exists on the other side of the veil of romance placed upon it by the present day.
This is another digression, but the snake is reborn with a new body every time it sheds its skin because it stole and ate Gilgamesh's spirit herb... is what is said. It seems that the way the snake goes about its life appeared to the ancient people as a kind of perpetual youth and eternal life that was not available to humans.
０１ - 出典
０２ - 出典
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 Fate/Apocrypha - Volume 2
- ↑ 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 Fate/Zero - Volume 1
- ↑ 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3
 Fate/EXTRA material - Encyclopedia: Noble Phantasm [Skill], p.208
Noble Phantasm [Skill]
 Fate/Side Material - Encyclopedia: Rider [Servant], p.077 [T]
Heroic Spirit of the mount. A type of Servant that requires high maneuverability, and tends to possess strong Noble Phantasms.
The Rider in the story is no exception, riding Pegasus and making full use of its charging power in battle.
Of course, Rider herself is also a unique Heroic Spirit, and the number of skills and Noble Phantasms she has is particularly high even amongst the Servants.
She is taciturn and lacks self-assertiveness, but that doesn't mean she is apathetic toward her surroundings. Rather, she's the kind of person that worries about things from every conceivable angle but hides it behind a perfect poker face.
Though parts of her personality are quite similar to Sakura's, Sakura is a commoner while Rider is more of a high-born type. Even her demeanor and tone of speech have a sort of high-class strictness to them.
With the complex she has about her own height and the way she gets embarrassed when people see her mystic eyes, she might actually be pretty lady-like.
Because of her outward appearance and primary weapon, a lot of people thought she was going to be an Assassin class Servant before the game came out, but nope, she's a Rider!
I really wanted to have a scene in the Sakura route where she and Saber bickered with each other as they fought toward a common goal, but unfortunately the story didn't develop in that direction and I had to discard the idea.
Incidentally, the lewd dream on the fifth day of the Sakura route was Rider's doing.
She is not a Dead Apostle (vampire), but she is a bloodsucker. For her, the most efficient, luscious way of gaining magical energy is drinking blood.
- ↑ Fate/hollow ataraxia - Mirror of Kibisis
- ↑ 10.0 10.1
 Fate/Apocrypha material - Encyclopedia: The Azure Sky Enclosing this Small World [Noble Phantasm], p.153-154 [T]
The Miniature World Enclosed by the Azure Sky [Noble Phantasm]
Akhilleus Kosmos. Achilles’ trump card which protects the wielder by deploying a miniature world. A divine armament created by the hands of the blacksmith god Hephaestus. It can event against nearly any attack, whether it be from an Anti-Unit, Anti-Army, Anti-Fortress or even Anti-Country Noble Phantasm. However, due to this Noble Phantasm’s nature, it is weak against Anti-World Noble Phantasms alone.
A description of this shield appears in a hundred lines of text in Book 18 of the “Illiad”. Hephaestus reproduced the world he lived in itself in miniature form in this shield.
In the light novel, Achilles doesn’t use it himself, gave it over to Astolfo for him to use. Naturally, transferring Noble Phantasms would normally never happen in a regular Holy Grail War. Even in the Great Holy Grail War, it would normally be unthinkable.
In the first place, most Noble Phantasms are tied to the legends of heroes. Even if you were to borrow Gae Bolg from the blue spearman, that doesn’t mean you would be able to activate Gae Bolg.
However, there are exceptions. In this case, in addition to the necessary conditions of “being where he is making a contract, instead of being in opposition, of his own volition” and the Noble Phantasm “not requiring considerable skill and power to invoke its true name”, it is believed that the transfer of the Noble Phantasm went smoothly because there is “an episode in the legend of the giver (Achilles) where he loans his Noble Phantasms” and “an episode in the legend of the receiver (Astolfo) where he borrows a Noble Phantasm”.
In addition, when Achilles alone wields it, this shield can be used to “attack” as well. After deploying the Noble Phantasm, he would aim to crush the enemy with that miniature world by continuously pushing forward. Most likely, Hephaestus never thought of such a method of using it.
 Koha-Ace - Servant status: Saber
True name: Kinoshita Toukichirou > Hashiba Hideyoshi > Toyotomi Hideyoshi
Height/Weight: 150cm/42kg (at time of summoning)
Alignment: Chaotic Good > Neutral > Evil
Noble Phantasm: E~EX
■ Magic Resistance: C~A
■ Riding: C
■ Golden Rule: A
■ Charisma: B~A+
■ : C~A
■ Child of the Sun
Type: Divine Noble Phantasm
Maximum number of targets: -
■ Sword Hunt: Blade Taker
Type: Anti-Treasure Noble Phantasm
Maximum number of targets: 1 person
■ Sunomata Castle: Overnight Castle > >
Type: Fortress Noble Phantasm > ???
Maximum number of targets: 1～??? people
真名：木下藤吉郎 ＞羽柴秀吉 ＞豊臣秀吉
属性：混沌・善 ＞中庸 ＞悪
魔術に対する抵抗力。 一定ランクまでの魔術は無効化し、それ以上のランクのものは効果を削減する。 召喚直後はセイバーとしては低い対魔力だが、召喚日数と共に向上。
騎乗の才能。 大抵の乗り物、動物なら人並み以上に乗りこなせるが、野獣ランクの獣は乗りこなせない。 特筆するような騎乗の逸話を持たないため、これまたセイバーとしては低いランク。
希代の人たらしと呼ばれた秀吉の脅威のカリスマ。 あのサルぶっ殺してやると乗り込んだ武将が次の日にはズッ友になって帰ってきた、 とかいうレベルの日本史上稀にみる問答無用のコミュ力。 おまけ効果で上司や敵に気に入られたり、敵の対応がちょっと甘くなったりする。 7日目にはA+となり、ここまで来ると呪いじみた魅力となり、抗うには対魔力：B以上を必要とする。
絶対のピンチをチャンスに変える奇跡の逃走スキル。逃げ足めっちゃ速い。 仕切り直しと似た効果を持つが、判定成功時には必ず有利な状態で戦闘を再開できる。 ノッブの仇を討つために備中高松から全軍を取って返した逸話がスキルとなったもの。
召喚から7日の間、ステータスが上がり続ける。 日を追うごとにパラメータが上昇し、7日目にはまさに日輪そのものともいえる大英霊へと位階を上げる。 ステータスの上昇と共に各スキル、宝具も強化されていき、4日目以降は神性を獲得、最終的には7日目に神性：Aを獲得する。 ただし8日目以降は同じく7日をかけてステータスが下がり続けていく。 落日とともに姿も老成していき、14日目に消滅する。 日輪とともに駆け上がり天下を取った秀吉の生涯そのものともいえる宝具である。
1日目はランク：Eで幸運判定に失敗した相手の武装宝具を極短時間使用不能にするだけだが、 4日目のランク：Bでは判定に失敗した相手の武装宝具を自身のものにして使用可能に、 7日目に最大ランク：EXとなり自身が宝具判定に成功すると奪った宝具の真名開放(一時的に)が可能となる。 秀吉が発したかの有名な「刀狩令」が宝具となったもの。 この宝具のおかげで秀吉はセイバーでありながら特徴的な自身の武装を持たない、という極めて珍しいタイプのセイバーとして顕現している。 ちなみに本人はそれほど武器の扱いが得意ではないので、使用効果は本来の所有者より劣る。
6日目以降に召喚可能となる城塞宝具。 城塞中心にある黄金の魔力炉から無尽蔵の魔力を放出し、固有結界ともいうべき天下人秀吉の黄金大魔術城塞が顕現する。 黄金炉のバックアップにより自身はほぼ無限ともいえる魔力を行使でき、さらには城塞から豊臣恩顧の英霊を軍勢として出撃させることも可能。 但し、彼らの召喚は黄金炉の魔力によって賄われているため城塞の外では短時間しか戦う事は出来ない。 日本史上最高といわれた防御力を誇る鉄壁の巨大黄金城塞である。 ちなみに徳川はこないよ、五大老だけど仕方ないね。
 Fate/Zero material - Servant Status: Berserker, p.024-025
Master: Kariya Matou
True Name: Lancelot
Alignment: Lawful Mad
Noble Phantasm: A
■ Mad Enhancement: C
■ Magic Resistance: E
■ Protection of the Fairies: A
■ Eternal Arms Mastership: E
■ Knight of Honor: A Knight Does Not Die with Empty Hands
Type: Anti-Unit Noble Phantasm
Maximum number of targets: 30 People
■ For Someone's Glory: Not For One's Own Glory
Type: Anti-Unit Noble Phantasm
Maximum number of targets:1 Person
■ Arondight: The Unfading Light of the Lake
Type: Anti-Unit Noble Phantasm
Maximum number of targets: 1 Person
- ↑ Fate/Zero - Einzbern Consultation Room 4
- ↑ Fate/hollow ataraxia - Heaven's Feel Backnight 4
- ↑ Fate/stay night Unlimited Blade Works: Day 4 - Wounded Last Night / Saber's Compromise
- ↑ Fate/Apocrypha - Volume 1
- ↑ Fate/Zero - Act 2, Chapter 1 & Chapter 4
 Fate/complete material III: World material - Records of Heavens Feel - Servant System: Noble Phantasm serving as a proof of a Heroic Spirit, p.017
Noble Phantasm serving as a proof of a Heroic Spirit
Types of Noble Phantasm
Anti-World Noble Phantasm
The type that Gilgamesh's Enuma Elish belongs to. The actual output of Enuma Elish itself is about the same level or a little higher than Artoria's Excalibur, but it's effect which is unquestionably that of the legend of "ripping the world" puts this sword in a special category. Oh, and the rank is EX.
Barrier Noble Phantasms
Of the Noble Phantasms used to create barriers, those that aren't used for attack. Saber's Avalon, which was stored inside Shirou, is a typical example. Even if it's a Noble Phantasm that creates a barrier, those used for attacks, like Rider's Blood Fort Andromeda, will be classified in the Anti-Army category.
- ↑ Fate/Grand Order - Shinjuku Singularity