Berserker's True Name is Arjuna (Alter) (アルジュナ〔オルタ〕?), also known as God Arjuna, Arjuna that absorbed all the gods of the Hindu pantheon, except Kama, losing most of his humanity in the process and became the last god in the Indian Lostbelt.
When he is summoned, his relation to the gods was severed and is summoned as a single Heroic Spirit, as he is ascended, he regains his original humanity.
Arjuna has long, shaggy white hair and a dark skin tone. As he ascends, his appearance returns to that of his original self.
He claims that, because he has obtained everything, it is his duty to eliminate all evils and save the world. He is blissfully unaware of the evils inside himself however, and claims he is above judgement.
In Indian mythology, there exists a hero who is close to being an eternal god who ends everything and then starts over.
The one who inherited the authority of destruction from him is the Lostbelt Servant, Arjuna Alter.
As compensation, he began to lose his personality, but with his ego as a natural-born hero, he managed to prevent himself from turning into a mechanical being.
Originally, having lost almost all of his humanity, he conducted himself as a tool of perfect destruction.
As compensation for receiving divinity and the anti-evil skill as authority from "the one that brings about the end".
However, through repeated ascensions, Arjuna's humanity can barely be recovered.
In that case, Arjuna will appear in the form of a young man who's somewhat simpler than his Archer version.
Though as an Archer, Arjuna is a Servant fitting for his Master, there is a part that strains one's nerves, but in Arjuna Alter's case, that's missing.
To Archer Arjuna, that (Alter's) way of life is the idealized image of a hero, however, on the other hand, the Lostbelt Servant Arjuna longs for the nature of a proud hero that Archer possesses.
He reigned as a perfect god over the Indian Lostbelt.
Having his original personality painted over, he was on the verge of becoming exactly like a Deus Ex Machina...a concept with the sole purpose of putting the world through a continuous cycle of death and rebirth.
However, the personality presiding over Arjuna's egoism (his desire to win against a certain someone, his desire to become an outstanding individual, his detest for something to the degree that it made him want to get mad) that remained, ironically, helped him recover his humanity.
His wish of wanting to win against Karna this time...that desire itself is what managed to turn him back into a human being.
In the Indian Lostbelt, he went mad from absorbing the authorities of every god and became a concept that would show no mercy to even the smallest flaws, however, the only ones that the summoned version won't forgive are the evil beings that show hostility towards his Master, and even the calm nature that the Pan-Human History's Arjuna originally possessed is revealed from time to time.
Yuga Kshetra: The Black Final GodEdit
As a summoned servant, Arjuna Alter has seemingly lost his connection with the Indian Pantheon he originally possessed as a Amalgam God during the events of Yuga Kusha and no longer possess the supreme God like power he possessed during his time in the Lostbelt.
After absorbing and assimilating the entirety of the Indian Pantheon(save for Ganesha and Kama), God Arjuna had obtained an immeasurable amount of divinity and divine authority over the entirety of the Indian Lostbelt.
This is seen where he could easily speed up the Yuga of the Indian Lostbelt and reset its entire reality within a weakly basis entirely on a simple whim and eliminate everything and everyone he considers "impure" from the face of the earth and eliminating the very possibility of them ever reincarnating into the next version of the world ever again, even foreign beings such as the Chaldeans,Tamamo Vitch and Ashiya Dōman who were all originally outsiders to the Lostbelt can also be erased from existence should he deem them to be "flawed". His power was so immense that even Rama's Noble Phantasm possessed little to no effect on him and he easily brushed off its destructive power as seemingly only being "annoying". God Arjuna also possessed enough Magic Power to easily provide Magical Energy for Four Divine Class Servants to freely use their Noble Phantasms without it affecting or weakening his own powers.
God Arjuna also possess the ability to actually divide and fracture his combined divinity's and share it with other Servants in order to further augment their powers and abilities as his Lokapala. As seen where he gave Nezha the divinity and divine authority of Kubera, The Lord of Wealth of the Semi-Divine Yaksha's, bequeathed the divinities of Yama, The God of Death and the Underworld and Varuna God of Water, Rain and Medicine to Asclepius and bequeathed the divinity and divine authority of Vayu The God of Winds to William Tell.
Additionally, God Arjuna was the chosen Lostbelt King of the Indian Lostbelt's Fantasy Tree and thus possessed a special form of Authority over the Tree's powers. This in turn gave him the ability to freely expand his Lostbelt's domain as he pleases or even siphon power directly from the tree in order to further strengthen himself.
Creation and ConceptionEdit
pako is the character illustrator for Berserker.