Brahmastra (ブラフマーストラ, Burafumāsutora?) is the Noble Phantasm of Rama and Karna.

Rakshasa-Piercing ImmortalEdit

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« "Witness my power!"
"The Immortal Blade that even the Rakshasa King succumbs to, take form!"
"Take this! Brahmastra! »


Brahmastra: Rakshasa-Piercing Immortal (羅刹を穿つ不滅
, Rasetsu wo Ugatsu Fumetsu
?) is the Noble Phantasm of Rama. The "Immortal Blade" brought alongside himself from the moment he was born for the sake of bringing down Demon King Ravana. It boasts a tremendous power against any demonic being. Originally an arrow, something to be nocked on a bow and shot with, Rama, who wanted to become a Saber, forcibly remodelled it into a sword. However, its ability as a thrown weapon has not been discarded, and this sword can be violently thrown too. One should not point out “so you can throw it after all?[1][2]

O' Brahma, Cover the EarthEdit

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« Equipment is inadequate. A true hero kills with a stare! »

Brahmastra: O' Brahma, Cover the Earth (梵天よ、地を覆え
, Bonten yo, Chi wo Ōe
?) is a Noble Phantasm granted to Karna by Parashurama of the Brahmins. Utilized by calling upon the name of the god Brahma, it will pursue the enemy and surely strike with a wide effective range, but it cannot be used on opponents of greater ability than himself due to a curse. It will manifest as a bow under the Archer class, and it will manifest as a different projectile weapon under other classes.[3]

It appears as a visualization of his intimidating stare from his right eye normally hidden by his hair, resembling a beam shooting from his eye. This causes his Master, Jinako Carigiri, to rename his class to "Launcher", the "Heroic Spirit of the Laser Beam." The Noble Phantasm Brahmastra Kundala is the result of Brahmastra bestowed with his Mana Burst (Flames), increasing its range and power.[3]


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4
  2. Fate/Grand Order material III - Rama, p.254-263 translated by Kinalvin at Reddit.
  3. 3.0 3.1

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