He is an utterly spoiled son of a rich family who inherited the Magic Crest of the Sophia-Ri family. He is considered to be one of the first-class instructors employed by the Clock Tower.
He is noted to be young and handsome with red hair, and a single glance shows a strong, high-minded gaze, refined features, and strong sense of duty in his words that place him as a member of the elite.
In the world Fate/Apocrypha, he is confident in his ability to acquire powerful catalysts in a short time for the Red Faction Masters in the Great Holy Grail War. The fact that he gathered that many catalysts in such a short time was largely because the Sophia-Ri had secretly concealed and stored many of them and because he made use of his family’s connections to get the rest. It goes without saying that the collection of so many catalysts at once is limited to “Apocrypha” alone.
Bram, Rocco Belfeban, and Lord El-Melloi II meet shortly after the announcement of the Great Holy Grail War by Darnic Prestone Yggdmillennia to discuss the recent failed operation against Yggdmillennia in Trifas. When the Yggdmillennia announced them possessing the Greater Grail, the Mages Association had sent fifty specialized magi 'hunters', but Lancer of Black annihilated forty-nine of them, with the last survivor adjusting the Greater Grail to summon additional Servants. El-Melloi II suggests bringing in professionals from the outside for the team of Masters, with the Clock Tower providing at least one or two magi as this Holy Grail War is on an utterly different scale. The three men are the people who will be overseeing the selection of Masters for the Great Holy Grail War. With that decided, the three men go their separate ways.
Lord El-Melloi II Case FilesEdit
During the Snowfield Holy Grail War, Bram and his father Lord Rulfurus Nuada-Re Eulyphis are away from the Clock Tower on a special assignment, leaving Rocco Belfeban to act as the temporary Lord of the Faculty of Spiritual Evocation for the time being.
Creation & ConceptionEdit
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2
 Fate/Apocrypha material - Encyclopedia: Bram Nuada-Re Sophia-Ri [Person's name], p.182-183 [T]
Bram Nuada-Re Sophia-Ri [Person's name]
Sola-Ui’s younger brother, who existence is briefly referenced in “Fate/Zero”. He is an utterly spoiled son of a rich family who inherited the Magic Crest of the Sophia-Ri family. A rough drawing of him should be included somewhere in this section. I believe it’s a drawing that really gives off the image of a guy full of confidence and pride, yet who will be inevitably dragged into a tragedy at some point, but what do you think?
His abilities are first rate, but he has somewhat of a trauma due to how his (future) brother-in-law went out full of confidence and yet came back in a wretched state in the past. In this Great Holy Grail War, he had the duty of collecting the catalysts for summoning Heroic Spirits. The fact that he gathered that many catalysts in such a short time was largely because the Sophia-Ri had secretly concealed and stored many of them and because he made use of his family’s connections to get the rest. It goes without saying that the collection of so many catalysts at once is limited to “Apocrypha” alone.
- ↑ Fate/Apocrypha - Volume 1: Chapter 1, p.027-030 & 032-058
- ↑ Fate/strange Fake Volume 2, Chapter 6: "Two Archers and..."
- ↑ Fate/Zero - Volume 2: Act 5 -149:47:12, p.044
- ↑ Makoto Sanada Twitter 11:17 AM · Aug 3, 2019 - Will's nimble movements are befitting of a first class lecturer using "reinforcement. An elite Bram would have no problem with helping out. Also, he uses a kind of magecraft that transforms text into a knife, manifesting the concept of cutting.