So what's this I hear about George Washington as a Servant?
>So what's this I hear about George Washington as a Servant?
He has a pocket full of horses, fucks the shit out of bears, can throw knives into heaven and can kill with a stare.
If best Rider isn't in it as well, I'm going to be annoyed. I want to see his sphinx and his giant fly fortress.
He's a virgin in a couple accounts, is deeply connected to the Grail, has been described as very feminine in at least one account, and used the Shield of Joseph of Arimathea to defeat Knight of the Burning Dragon. If he isn't Shielder I will be incredibly surprised.
He's a genuinely nice guy who only acts like Gil at times because being a ruler was more or less forced upon him. He also wants to save humanity from chaos and from Arthur's evil Master rather than decimate it like Gil. He views destroying part of the city as a necessary evil to defeat Manaka, but doesn't relish the fact that innocent people will die as a result of his actions. While he's still a massive egomaniac and wonders if the world is even worthy of him saving it, but he's essentially a tragic hero in Fragments.
Partially translated, but mostly summarized, on a TM forum. It actually motivated me to get serious in learning to read moon so that I can read the full thing since the people that were originally translating each act in full abandoned the project after the first act.
>A person born from the god, Ra in other words.
>He was Horus the sky god.
>A person born from Mut, a child of Amen.
>He was Usermaatre Setepenre, a person who was loved by Amun, Ramesses, a person who governs all of creation, the master of both countries, and proud of his great victories thru the years, the conqueror of various countries, the protector of Egypt who is loved by Maat, the shining bull of victories.
>It was the name of the most greatest and powerful pharaoh who ruled the world of Ancient Egypt, around 1700 BC.
>When he spoke his true name, the entire world had no choice but to prostrate themselves under his radiance.
>And without changing himself even in the >future, it was even his conceit.
Why the fuck is Alexander, the pretty boy, a hulking middle aged man?
Designs like this make it obvious as fuck that the character's sole purpose is to job in one way or another. Had the design been consistent, and they were ALL bishonens, you'd have a harder time telling who would be the fan favourite that won't job to the protagonist as hard as the ugly middle aged man.
>Why the fuck is Alexander, the pretty boy, a hulking middle aged man?
Because it's a work of fiction that uses history and mythology as it pleases, if you want to complain about Alex's design go whine at butcher
Alexander isn't consistent with how things were in Fate though. Back when Nasu was in high school and outlined Prototype they were all bishonens, except for Berserker. Urobuchi is responsible for Alexander being so different from the norm