It's out. They both use Enuma Elish against each other as a playful measure. I wonder if Gil loses the GoB and has to get the other key to not be gimped.
Judging by his appearance, an entirely new servant who's identity has yet to be revealed.
Of either Greek or European descent according to his clothing.
Either his identity will be a reveal, or it will be revealed early on if she can indeed switch out. He has to be someone quite famous to stand a chance in this war at all, so you know he's someone pretty decent.
Come to think of it, Enkidu is called something similar to a living Noble Phantasm of the divine types in CCC.
Might be fitting that the only stat he has is NP. Also this is the first time we've seen an NP on the same rank as Excalibur.
I kind of agree, except Fate/Strange Fake came out around the same time as Fate/Zero, but never got a complete series like the latter. Plus Fate/Strange Fake was written by the same guy who wrote Baccano and Durarara. Also best servants.
Nothing says this is an alternate world-line per-say, unless something happens within the story that contradicts something that happened in the F/SN world-line, even though there's over forty different world-lines in F/SN the original game yet people always have to complain about this.
This is a grail war that's happening in America, after some Asian magus copied the design of the Fuyuki War and tried to recreate it in another suitable location basically. Ley-lines in some Indian reserve out in Nevada or whatever. As far as we know it can happen in the same world-line even if they might not be connected stories, I mean I doubt they're connected. So that problem is kind of out of the window, it's not necessarily an alternate reality so it doesn't have to be confusing for some people who don't like that sort of thing.
It's just a Grail War happening in another country
>something happens within the story that contradicts something that happened in the F/SN world-line
What about Ayaka?
She might exist in the F/SN world-line still, since she became an entirely divergent character from Shirou in the process of his creation.
Either that, or Zelretch being involved in getting her in the war could be an explanation if he pulled her from another place.
>It's just a Grail War happening in another country
And yeah, I'm sure it's great for people who are attracted to the general concept of Fate, but this seems to mostly just have a little more Gil stuff, which is nice, but I'd like something beyond "just another grail war".
Ayaka also isn't from Fuyuki city. But it's still weird.
>I'm sure it's great for people who are attracted to the general concept of Fate
Well there's no reason to appeal to people who just don't like the concept behind the main game.
Just how delusional is this Fatefag?
Just ignore this faggot fanboy. He clearly doesn't know what he is talking about and has to even fanwank about Zelretch's powers.
I like the concept behind Fate, but I also like the characters, and outside of a select few, I know we're probably not gonna see most of these guys connecting back to other works. I mean there's like, Jeanne being prominent in GO, and I guess Waver managed to come out on top and stand on his own with his book, so there's that, but I don't know about the rest of these spin off characters.
It's not "A grail war for Gilgamesh", but rather "A grail war filled of nothing but heretics"
All of the contestants, both servant and master, are all abnormal or strange types. Enkidu and Gilgamesh, the strongest of all Hassan who was so broken that they kicked her out of their organization for making them look bad, the legend of Jack the Ripper given form to become Berserker but somehow this made him sane because he was mentally unwell in life already, the Incarnation of disease, A DAA who wishes to use the wish on the grail to awaken the spider, or the Police chief who is getting his servant to make knockoff NPs while involving normal citizens in the war for justice. Some random magus summoned Gilgamesh at first, but his summoning was immediately taken over by some Indian girl who stole the command seals. While some random magus was trying to sacrifice some wolves to summon a spirit, the wolf familiar in a panic ended up summoning the servant itself.
The point is that it shall become one of the most [strange] Grail Wars in existence. It's not "another grail war", it's a batshit grail war written by the author of Draararara who Nasu said to have fun with this. Each new approved Fate story does expand the universe as a whole, rather than "non-canon shit doesn't count", but this takes it in some new ways than before. A bit of fun, a bit of abstract concept, and all around more wild than any war to date.
You could read the stories and get to know the characters, if the fact that you don't know them is the main issue here. All the stories end up connecting eventually in some form or reference.
Santa really needs to be summoned as Rider already.
Also Jesus most likely can't be summoned because the Holy Trinity are all one so he's not a demi-god but an actual God so that would require mooncells.
>and I guess Waver managed to come out on top and stand on his own with his book
It wasn't even a good book in the first place and failed really hard in being a mystery novel like KnK did.
Waver was never surprised at anything and acted like an even worse Detective Conan except his facial expression never changed and he doesn't even explain the solution in a amusing way and just blurts out the answer.
Even the Mooncell has a hard time with those divine types who can stand outside of time, it's bother ever summoning them. Under normal conditions even in the Mooncell you won't ever see one guy with Abe Lincoln and another guy with Odin in comparison. Buhhda is questionably a divine type or not, but he also chose to be summoned in particular in this case, because he wanted to save Twice's soul.
CCC lays out in part that Jesus wouldn't really be into the whole concept of the grail war. It's not his cup/grail, it's more in line with the whore of Babylon. He's kind of against people a cup that grants any selfish desire without question freely no matter what they may ask for, and finds honor in poverty and effort. You will be rewarded in the end, but not with whatever sinful thing your heart can ponder upon without question.
Holy Grail is a designation by the church for anything that can grant a wish. It's noted the real Holy Grail wouldn't really do that.
Holy Grail designation =/= The Holy Grail
It does exist, but its not what anyone is seeking here.
His NPs would be amazing
>knows the location of anyone on it
>can produce anything out of it as long as the reciever desires it enough
>can create a Reality Marble by the dreams of children worldwide where time stands still for everyone other than Santa and children who believes in Santa
>only useable on Christmas Eve
Don't know what his stats would be other than amazing Endurance and high Luck.
Waver is the worst type of personality to have when you are trying to write a mystery murder novel.
It also felt really forced for Luvia to be included in the novel and than have her act antagonistic toward Waver when Luvia's personality and actions in prior stories never ever had her act like a female Kayneth.
In fact, Luvia doesn't even desire to be a noble so she wouldn't have to deal with arranged marriages and shit.
Interesting. I mean Case Files seems like the biggest gamble Type Moon's taken in a while. It took a side character from Zero and completely diverted from the grail war premise. I was hoping we'd get something decent out of it.
And using Luvia too, I mean the guy writing definitely was thinking outside the box.
Gallahad would surrender, no question.
Getting on his bad side when you literally worship him and pray to him daily is the dumbest example of putting the cart before the horse than anyone could accomplish. You aren't going to fight the son of man over his cup. You are indebted to him, your entire afterlife is all about Jesus, any Christian heroic figure would give up and follow him without question.
Even non-Christian spirits would follow him at times, he has high charisma that you tend to see with messiahs, and is a full on cool guy always helping others and teaching people.
>And using Luvia too, I mean the guy writing definitely was thinking outside the box.
Out of the three or four figures we know about in Clock Tower that are primary residents there, trying to use two or three of them in the novel about Clock Tower is not thinking out of the box at all. Luvia is a real character, but just hasn't had as much of a chance to show off as some of the others. In terms of writing a story involving characters from Clock Tower, of course you'll likely involve one of the most well known and currently popular characters we know about Clock Tower over all in the story. This is very far from thinking out of the box.
Who do you think about when we think of Clock Tower
That's pretty much it
Luvia started as a character with a single line in the original VN, and at most bumped herself up to comedy side character in the magical girl spin off book.
I would have straight up expected an OC rather than using her, especially as a serious character.
They turned a gruff brawny Japanese vidya playing Waver in his original illustration by Takeuchi into a scrawny, leather pants wearing fujoshit looking Waver who doesn't even look like he plays video games but models for fujoshits.
Fuck this spinoff.
>Prisma is never serious
>Prisma Luvia = main Luvia
>>Luvia started as a character with a single line in the original VN, and at most bumped herself up to comedy side character in the magical girl spin off book.
Protip: She was in Ataraxia as her first real appearance well before Prism, Prism didn't make her a character. She also appeared in several other fighting games, data-books, and some other media in short appearances at best. Prism didn't include her because she had a line at the end of F/SN, but because the author knows quite well about Ataraxia, which is where she appeared for real for the first time and got some development. She is nothing like a joke character or Original Character donut steel.
>Back to loli and teenagers
>Purge edge characters
It's shit..... but what makes me disgusted the most, is that they know we want mature characters and deep lore related heroes.
Why are they purposely fucking up anything Fate/ related lately?
I mean, just look at this shit, I can't take this seriously. >>119596482
I know she was in HA dude, but even then she was minor. Prisma Luvica's gotten way more exposure at this point.
Point I'm making is it's pretty ballsy to take a character like her and actually try and do something with her.
What happened to Waver? Seriously, what happened?
Most of the time she is the same. But she has more screen time than in HA.
>Point I'm making is it's pretty ballsy to take a character like her and actually try and do something with her.
It's not when you make her act like a bitch and with the way the novel ends, she isn't even a recurring character.
Her appearance is minor in most of her appearances to date, but that's still like saying "Zelretch isn't a real character". She's still an entirely real character with appearances in various things, even if she's compared to Rin. Prism author only put her in because Nasu suggested it, and because they were a fan of Ataraxia as there's been several other reoccurring characters from that story, such as Bazett, Karen, and Mimi. Data-book lays out her character descriptions and details for those who wanted to know about Luvia, Prism didn't create her or give her character. They only used what was already there.
Like Zelretch, she's just had minor appearances in a few things without ever getting much of a chance to be established heavily, it wasn't ever the right time yet, but we know he's a real guy. Nasu has a lot of characters like that in general. He ends up thinking of half the concept, puts it out there, and doesn't use it quite yet.
Actually putting her in a prominent serious role, even if it's only for one book is impressive in my eye.
I mean seriously, think about her origins. She was a throw away character with one line in the original VN. It's pretty amazing how far she's come.
Judging from that anon's post, they didn't do anything with her besides try to force her into a role where she didn't actually fit simply for the sake of fanservice. Doesn't sound very ballsy to me.
Body measurements: unrestricted
Alignment: True Neutral
STR: -; END: -; AGI: -; MGI: -; LCK: -; NP: A++;
Magic Resistance: -
(It variates according to the MGI value from Transfiguration)
Parameter values are apportioned based on a constant comprehensive value in accordance to the situation. The higher the Rank, the higher said comprehensive value is.
Presence Perception: A+
Highest class. Sensing of presence from long-distance. At short distance, it negates Presence Concealment up to the same rank.
Enuma Elish - O Humans, Let Us Restrain The Gods Above
Type: Anti-purge Noble Phantasm
Target: 1000 people
Transforms his own body into a Divine Construct. Turns into a lynchpin of light that pours the power of the Counter Force and pierces the opponent. Power raises in response to destructive deeds towards the star (planet) or humanity.
Becoming all things in creation, shapeshifting into different NP's or forms at will.
Going by CCC at least
According to the OP he uses Ea against Gilgamesh's Ea by shifting into it.
No one has proven to me that Moses isn't specced and every secondary pointed out the TypeMoon wiki.
He'll stay there until otherwise, don't like it just ignore it and if he's not really specced I'll remove him at some point.
Rin is a tsundere archetype, Luvia is an oujo archetype, but if you so much as read into her story at all you can see that you're thinking she's nothing but "Just an exaggerated archetype" is pretty wrong. She has some character details set up from the start, as she breaks her "Being an archetype" just as much as Rin isn't the stereotypical tsundere.
>As long as Rin Tohsaka is not nearby, Luvia's attitude is always graceful, never blaspheming and displaying a beauty similar to that of a swan. Of course, that is all just a facade; as she is actually very competitive and suffers from perfectionist tendencies.
>Although wealthy, Luvia does not tolerate excessive spending. However, she knows that such spending of money is meaningful because aristocrats are aristocrats. She understands that commoners do not have good views about the aristocrats, but loves them strongly because she understands them. She accepts that her fate is to marry a high-class gentleman of noble birth, but her personal tastes are more towards a simple man.
Why are you acting like I'm saying Prisma created her character? It's just the role where we've seen her in most. Yeah she's been in data books and has a few bits in HA, but I'm pretty sure anyone who thinks of Luvia probably jumps to Prisma first and foremost since that's like, the one thing she's gotten exposure in.
Also yeah it's pretty obvious the author of Prisma is a fan of HA since the entire premise comes from the VN.
Are we miscommunicating or something? What am I grasping at?
Luvia started as a character with a throw away line in the first VN, and now she's something more than that. I find it oddly impressive.
>he doesn't speak Japanese fluently
Kek, everybody laugh at this dumbfuck!
I bet you watch edgyshit.
It's a generic reaction image, you nincompoop. Holy shit can you be any dumber?
That's a flashback, unless you think Ramesses' wife is a Servant too. You should bold Enkidu's stats or something to differentiate it from not knowing. You can also add the new Saber up above.
Some are pretty interesting.
But i'm getting a bit confused on how many are there around from time to time, the number of spin-offs and such have inflated dramatically over the years.
I thought Strange Fake was a single volume.
Beast Lair turds say that Moses is specced and therefore posted his stats.
/a/non and TM-wiki goers claim that Moses has no specs.
Both parties claim that he appears in a flashback. So what is a stat monkey like me whose been editing him back and forth for weeks going to do?
Leaving Enkidu's stats as blank is retarded when it is canon he was equal to Gil and didn't surpass him in anyway.
He couldn't get better stats than Gil so what is the point of making his stats ambiguous.