King is an official serving the nation, so Saber was right. Too bad she pulled Iraq and didnt have anyone to continue her work after she exited the building. She had right ideals, medicore plans and terrible execution
Gil and alex were just self centered wankers, unable to run a nation.
as a ruler saber was right
as a leader rider was right
as a ubermensch gil was right
>unable to run a nation.
You didn't read babylonia, did you?
Saber wanted to be everyone's mommy but then nobody ever learned how to use the toilet cause she was always changing their diapers.
Alexander wanted to be the COOLEST DOOD every so that everyone else would be cool too but it turns out he was just being a selfish cunt.
Gil is just a depressed asshole cause his buttbuddy got killed by a prostitute goddess and he went insane or was just always egomaniacal.
The whole point was that both were wrong and right in their own way. Alexander was a leader people followed, Arthur was a symbol people followed.
Gilgamesh I don't even remember saying much, he didn't give a fuck about the morals or theory of it, he just did what he felt he should do at the time. So in the end Gilgamesh was the most right.
So Gilgamesh is out of the equation, basically, and Alexander jumps to a conclusion that sounds nice but isn't actually supported by evidence. It sounds like Saber's the one who's closest to having the right idea. It's good to be nurturing and protective, maybe just turn down the degree of overindulgence some.
fuck off whore of babylon
Saber believed that a King should be beholden to ideals for the good of the people, and wished to use the grail to prevent the destruction of Britain that occurred in her lifetime. She saw the philosophies of Gilgamesh and Iskandar as tyrannical and destructive.
Rider believed that a king's role was first and foremost to inspire loyalty and admiration in his people by being both greater in goodness than them, and also greater in evil. In spite of this evil being self-serving, Rider saw such duality as necessary for a ruler, because his people were evil in themselves as well, and thusly would not and could not relate to a perfectly virtuous ruler. Rider saw Saber's philosophy as naive, foolish, and childish, and both scorned and pitied Saber.
Gil thought that the entire universe belonged to him by right first and foremost. He saw Iskandar's philosophy as blatant thievery of his property, which required punishment on principle. He saw Saber's philosophy as comical, but also thought she and her naive suffering was extremely beautiful, and desired to possess her for his own.
Alexander was right. A king should be like Rider, He was ambitious, everyone respected him and at the same time feared him.
Artoria's ideals looked good on paper, but it was incredibly naive in reality. Look at the result. One of her trusted knights NTRd her and her son turned against her.
Gilgamesh was just an arrogant cunt.