Gate of Babylon: The King's Treasure (王の財宝(ゲート・オブ・バビロン), Ō no Zaihō(Gēto obu Babiron)?) is the "Golden Capital" and the "King's Treasury" of Gilgamesh, and moreover the golden key connected to it.[3] His main Noble Phantasm, it is the storehouse that Gilgamesh built to store all the world's treasures he claimed in life, referred to as the "Divine Gate".[4] It connects the space of reality to the vault, opening an "invisible door" between dimensions that allows for the contents to pass through upon their owner's command.[5][6] Allowing for easy access to the items of the treasury, he is able to pick and utilize them as he pleases.[1][2] The rank of the Noble Phantasm changes from "E~A++" due to it reflecting the ranks of the contents of the treasury. It is a Noble Phantasm that becomes more powerful with the user's wealth, but would accordingly not be useful without a wealth of valuables.[2][5] It is also once referred to as an EX-ranked Noble Phantasm by Tokiomi Tohsaka due to containing Ea.[7] The items passing through the gate form gold-glowing energy ripples in the empty air as they appear instantly.[7] He can summon items directly into his hand, pull out weapons from directly behind him, or prepare numerous weapons midair, loaded like bullets.[6][7][8] This Noble Phantasm is named as such because Babylon has become synonymous with the "Capital of Sin" and the "Golden Capital".[9] There are probably imitations like the Road of Babylon (ロード·オブ·バビロン, Rōdo obu Babiron?) as well.[9]



Although he possessed the treasury in life, he never thought about utilizing the treasures as projectiles until his first battle with Enkidu. Forced to draw out the treasures he had carefully stored away was initially humiliating for him, but eventually came to enjoy it and brought them out without regret. He later commented that his treasury was in disarray since meeting Enkidu, calling it a "harebrained habit" that Enkidu instilled upon him.[10] Its usage is why Gilgamesh is of the Archer class, firing the Noble Phantasms like bullets to make him the Archer with the strongest arrows.[2][8] While most Servants view their Noble Phantasms as treasured possessions, Gilgamesh freely launches them with the same carelessness as throwing a handful of stones.[11] Producing an excellent ratio of destructive power to magical energy efficiency, the real cost is not within the Noble Phantasms acting as bullets but rather the mere activation cost of the Gate of Babylon.[2] Compared to Heracles, the indomitable "ultimate expression of human perseverance", the treasury is the exact opposite as the infinite "ultimate expression of overwhelming force."[12] He can ready numerous weapons, letting their hilts stick out when he is waiting and instantly showing the blades when about to fight.[8] They move and take aim at the target according to Gilgamesh's will, allowing him to fire without having to even touch them.[8][11]

Gilgamesh can send out as little as one or two weapons or enough at a single time that it becomes comparable to a torrent of "gushing water" directed at the opponent.[11][13] He will increase the amount depending on the situation, opening the Gate wider (as in, generating more portals) to reflect his anger or when forced to become more serious.[11][14] He will generally use weak treasures unless the situation should call for his highest class of treasures, such as in the case of Heracles' God Hand.[12] He can prepare and launch dozens, hundreds, even thousands if he is serious.[8][15][16] Possessing an inexhaustible supply, he can fight multiple battles without a single repeat Noble Phantasm being witnessed.[11] Upon firing them, he can allow them to pierce the ground after striking the target, causing a large amount of destruction with each weapon that is comparable to something being blown up by an explosive blast, or he can instantly return them to the vault before they hit the ground at such a speed that they appear to have been illusionary.[11][17] He utilizes a Noble Phantasm to retrieve any weapons left on the battlefield, instantly dissipating and returning them to the vault.[18][19] He can also leave them out if he wishes, such as when they have been "stained" by striking Caster's summoned creature.[20]

Upon snapping his fingers or without even a gesture, the weapons can be continuously launched at the opponent without a break.[8][17] Each weapon has the ability to cause certain death to an opponent, and they are shot with enough force to repel a swing from Berserker's large axe-sword.[13] While it is possible to block many of the strikes, to do so without knowing the abilities of the weapons can be seen as suicidal.[8] He will generally fight at long range while shooting projectiles from behind him directly at the opponent, but he can also freely move with the portals also moving with him.[12] He can freely deploy the portals mid-air while piloting Vimana as well.[20] When fighting at extremely close range, he shows the ability to loose weapons from above, below, and to the side of the opponent.[21] He can also summon weapons completely around the target for a full 360 degree barrage that should generally leave not even a single trace of flesh from the opponent.[16] When closed upon by a target, or simply to play with the opponent, he can freely draw weapons into his hands for melee combat.[6][22] The ability to handle them depends upon the user's capability.[3] Gilgamesh makes use of the many unknown abilities of the weapons, and constantly switches them to keep his opponent off-guard.[6]


Knight of Owner is considered to be a natural counter to the Gate of Babylon, but Lancelot is only able to keep up with Gilgamesh to such a degree because of his Mad Enhancement.[20][23] While capable of playing around with Saber in close combat in the Fate route, he would be outclassed in a sword fight with Assassin, so he would not even attempt it.[6][24] As he is a "king who possesses over a thousand weapons" rather than a "warrior who chose the path of taking a single Noble Phantasm to its ultimate limit", Shirou Emiya declares Gilgamesh to possess only one ability like himself. As an "owner" like Shirou, Gilgamesh is not a "wielder" able to use a weapon to its maximum potential in melee combat. Within Unlimited Blade Works, Shirou's swords are always ready and waiting, allowing him to be one step ahead of Gilgamesh, who needs 0.5 seconds to summon them from his treasury. While Gilgamesh can defeat one who has mastered their weapon with his infinite weapons, Shirou is unable to accomplish that same feat because he lacks the skill, so Gilgamesh is the only enemy he can defeat.[14][22] Enkidu's usage of its second Noble Phantasm, Age of Babylon, allows him to match the output of the gate, by creating weapons, such as swords, spears and chains, from the ground, with each being the pinnacle of craftsmanship.


Key (Bab-ilu)[]


Key of the King's Law, Bab-ilu (王律鍵, バヴ=イル, Ō Ritsu Ken, Bavu-iru?) is a golden key-shaped sword that connects to the treasury.[6] Compared to the spare front key to the treasury, Bab-ilu is that which can unlock the deepest parts of the treasury to access Ea.[25] While similar in appearance to the spare key, Gilgamesh says, "do not speak of this in the same terms as the key" and describes it as "something like a contract I bound myself, given form."[26] Possessing a divine aura, Tiné Chelc describes it as the "purest magical element she had ever seen in her life."[26] Only he is able to utilize Bab-ilu, and lacking the wisdom to understand its constantly changing shape will render it unable to open the treasury.[4] It is implied to be able to open other doors, but those without locks cannot be opened.[27]

Gilgamesh is shown to open the Gate of Babylon with Bab-ilu in hand while saying the True Name of the Noble Phantasm,[6][Note 1] and he utilizes it at times to retrieve Ea from the depths of the treasury.[15] When utilizing it to obtain Ea, the key releases a large, labyrinth-like, red pattern, that can be seen covering the sky from a great distance away, and then it recedes into a small orb from which he pulls Ea.[28][29][Note 2]

Key (Spare)[]

Spare Key

The spare key to the treasury is an item Gilgamesh ordered to be produced while he was alive.[26] It is the front key to the treasury[25] that was meant to act as a device to open its physical gate. Deciding that none would dare to ever lay claim upon his treasures, he ultimately deemed it unnecessary to keep and threw it away. After staking everything on the hopes of obtaining it, the key was found by the ancestor of the unnamed magus who would later go on to summon Gilgamesh. The key became the family's single pride, kept as an important treasure until modern day.[26] Within the World of Fate/strange Fake, it acts as a catalyst to summon Servant Archer Gilgamesh. When presented with it in the modern day, Gilgamesh simply throws it away again, considering it to be a trifle.[26]

An item of lavish workmanship[25], the key looks similar to Bab-ilu[Note 3][30], saturated in magical energy of an unknown origin.[26] No more than just a work of art to open the gate,[25] Gilgamesh states that it is incomparable to Bab-ilu despite the similar appearance.[26] While having no function in the hands of humans in relation to Gilgamesh's usage of the Gate of Babylon, Ishtar is able to make use of it to forcibly close the Gate of Babylon.[25]

Divine Gate[]


The Divine Gate (神の門?), the Door of Babylon (バビロンの扉?), is the physical gate housing the treasury.

It is said the tombstone of the Assyrian Queen NitocrisWP hides the entrance to the treasury.

Within Babylonia, Gilgamesh possesses various underground treasuries the size of a city, many of which were traps developed for Ishtar. Taking her personality into account, he empties an entire treasury and fills it with precise traps, taking into account how Ishtar would break into it.[31]


Gilgamesh is renowned for having collected all the treasures in the world in his lifetime, amassing a perfect treasury that lacked nothing.[6] As there was nothing he was unable to collect, Gilgamesh was a collector of treasures, whose favorite phrase, "I collected all the treasures of the earth", is not a metaphor.[6][19] As anything can be found within the vault, the amount of wealth within exceeds even his own knowledge; it is said that its inventory of treasure continues to increase even now.[4][32][33] He collected and stored away samples of all the technology that was developed during his age. The desires of ancient humans were similar to those of the current age, so their technology, bolstered by the powerful magic of his era, was not inferior to that of the modern age. The "Instruments of Hope" that people dreamed of were all realized, and because every single case was requisitioned by the King's hand, his collection is even furnished with airplanes and submarines.[19]

It also contains all of the original bases for all intellectual properties produced by mankind that originated in his kingdom, making board games and the works of the Library of AlexandriaWP no more than imitations.[34] It is still sought out by some magi, believed to hold all things in the world and enshrine every possible magical artifact.[26] That within are not merely riches, but his collection is the very "origin of human wisdom."[19] It is the proof of human wisdom and human ingenuity.[4] That which is missing from the vault would be items produced with completely new concepts by a new human race and items produced with extraterrestrial intelligence and technology.[19] He is the original hero, so all heroes of various myths are derived from his legend. It may be a paradox, but he, as the original, must possess that which can be handed down as the Noble Phantasms possessed by those later heroes for they are derived from him for that very reason.[19] These weapons are technically nameless, the original Prototypes of the Noble Phantasms (すべての宝具の原型, Subete no Hōgu no Genkei?) and merely common items before they became objects of faith that act as the foundations for their legends.[2][5]

Each treasured weapon is decorated with dazzling ornaments and polished to a mirror-like shine, all clearly sporting the magical energy to define them as Divine Mysteries without exception.[11] They are the original models of every legend, myth, and folklore. He says God Hand, a Noble Phantasm formed from Heracles' life and legends, is the one type of asset he lacks.[12] He says he wishes to obtain Kavacha and Kundala, and he is surprised by Avalon's existence. It is also possible, such as with Vasavi Shakti, that he cannot tell if something corresponds to one of the treasures in his vault. Karna's legend records that he "has" the spear, but there is no description of it "being used". It does not exist in his eyes due to never having been described, so he wishes to obtain it.[35] The Gate of Babylon does not contain the Gate of Babylon itself as one of its Noble Phantasms, so there is no development of an infinite recursion cycle.[36]

The weaponry contained within includes swords, pole-arms, lances, hammers, shields, demonic swords that later made their way to Europe and South America, and a number of weapons unidentifiable to Shirou from sight, all of which form a perfect treasury of masses of unused weapons that simply went to sleep with the king. He owns the treasured swords that saved later heroes and the cursed swords that stole the lives of later heroes, and their numbers are approximately infinite.[19] After Gilgamesh's death, the contents were spread all over the world after being passed on or stolen, and the treasures, valued because they were to become splendid swords and eventually Noble Phantasms. The Craft Essence Door of Babylon suggests that it was Darius III's ancestor, Darius I, who initially found and opened the gateway into the Vault, followed by the Assyrian Queen Nitocris, and then later Darius III himself.[37]

Shirou states that the quality of the weapons makes the Noble Phantasms used by others look like fakes themselves. While Cú Chulainn has the Gáe Bolg that became famous, Gilgamesh possesses a weapon that later became the Gáe Bolg, but was not famous at the time Gilgamesh owned it. The only item contained in the vault that was not passed on to another user than Gilgamesh is Ea, a sword unique to only Gilgamesh. Shirou claims that even though he cannot see them all, he can feel that their numbers are infinite. If weapons of a previous incarnation meet those that descended from them, such as Gram facing Caliburn or copies facing originals, the deteriorated newer model will always lose.

It contains numerous A ranked weapons, capable of piercing God Hand dozens of times to take eleven of Berserker's lives and then piercing him with twenty-three more weapons afterward. Just a single weapon is enough to pierce Caster's strongest shield and keep any other Servant on the defensive. The numerous weapons contain various different effects and abilities, allowing him to assault the weaknesses of any Servant. This places him at an advantage over most Servants in combat, such as attacking with a weapon strong against a certain attribute or assaulting a Servant with a weapon they were specifically weak against during life.

The Gate can also carry living beings, as shown when Gilgamesh uses the Gate to transport Shinji Matou to the Einzbern Castle, as well as deployed in an area when he is genuinely serious, as shown during his fight against Avenger's Shadows.

English | Japanese

« It is time for disciplining."
"This is barbaric, even if it is one of my tactics. This is how treasures are meant to be used."
"Gate of Babylon! »


As a child, although the amount of contents emitted is lower than what the adult Gilgamesh in his normal state has, it seems that he is picking and shooting Noble Phantasms that are intended to observe and test the opponent's capabilities in order to identify and "strike their weak points."[38]

As a Caster, it is fundamentally the same Noble Phantasm he possesses as an Archer. By connecting the space around him with Babylon's, Gilgamesh pulls out an innumerable amount of magic wands and Mystic Codes and utilize magic. In the magic wands and Mystic Codes, the great thaumathurgy of the Age of Gods are loaded. Due to the display of effects and invocations that mostly does not consume the user's magical energy, it is a Noble Phantasm that excels in its extraordinary cost performance.[39]

List of treasures[]

Treasures listed as having appeared in Fate/kaleid liner PRISMA☆ILLYA may not correspond to other world lines.
Name Details
Anti-Spirit Incense First appearance: Fate/hollow ataraxia[40]
Used by: Child Gilgamesh
Description: Anti-Spirit Incense (反魂の香, Hankon no Ka?) - When facing Avenger's corpses, Child-Gil spreads a silver ash around himself. Forming a mist with a peculiar scent, it attracts the corpses to him.
Arrow Protection Amulet First appearance: Fate/kaleid liner PRISMA☆ILLYA[41]
Used by: Child Gilgamesh (Prisma)
Description: Amulet that protects against projectiles
Auto-Defensor First appearance: Fate/strange Fake[16]
Used by: False Archer Gilgamesh
Description: Auto-Defensors (自動防御宝具(オートディフェンダー)?) are a series of golden discs that floats in the air to intercept attacks coming within range, able to be set up so as to protect an entire floor of a building. At twenty meters, it automatically sends out an innumerable series of small lightning bolts to strike down the target. It is possible for attacks like the arrows shot by True Archer to slip through the defenses despite the great speed of the lightning.
Belt of Nidaba First appearance: Fate/Grand Order[42]
Used by: Caster Gilgamesh
Description: Artifact to be given to the Temple Matron of Ereshkigal. Details are unknown.
Bullworker First appearance: Fate/stay night
Used by: Archer Gilgamesh
Description: Bullworker: Really Plain Test (全く簡素な試練(ブルワーカー), Mattaku Kansona Shiren(Buruwākā)?) is a device used to train muscles.[43]
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Caladbolg First appearance: Fate/stay night
Used by: Archer Gilgamesh
Description: Prototype of sword owned by Fergus mac Róich.
Command Spells First appearance: Fate/EXTRA CCC[44]
Used by: Classless Gilgamesh
Description: Gilgamesh within the Moon Cell possesses Command Spells of an unknown quantity, exclaiming, "You, who do you think I am? Of course I would have stock of a Command Spell or two!" Completely replenishing Hakuno Kishinami's Command Spells so they can safely return to the Moon Holy Grail War after having spent all three to contract with Gilgamesh, Hakuno is left shocked by the revelation. Thinking that the very existence of a Servant able to replenish the Command Spells of the Master shakes the entire premise of the Holy Grail War, Hakuno rationalizes that it is exactly because Gilgamesh is such a Heroic Spirit that he is sealed within the Far Side of the Moon.
Curtain of Night First appearance: Fate/EXTRA CCC
Used by: Classless Gilgamesh
Description: The Curtain of Night (夜の帳, Yoru no Tobari?) is mentioned as something that could be used to counter Gawain, possibly affecting his Numeral of the Saint Skill[45]
Dainsleif First appearance: Fate/stay night[46]
Used by: Archer Gilgamesh
Description:Dáinsleif (ダインスレフ, Dainsurefu?) is a demonic sword from the NibelungenWP. It is a sword that has been in two myths, with both versions showing its frightening nature. Within the Völsunga SagaWP, it is a sword that was part of Fafnir's collection of treasures, taken by the clan that killed the Northern European hero, Sigurd. It is a cursed Noble Phantasm that contains a powerful curse of "reparation" to be used on its target, and it also drives the fate of its possessor to ruin and causes them to surely die. Within the SkáldskaparmálWP, it is possessed by the Danish King, Hogni. He became locked in eternal combat with the King of Serkland, Hedinn, due to the sword's curse, which requires it to always kill a man once drawn and does not allow it to return to its sheath until such is accomplished.[46] While demonic and holy swords carry with them both glory and destruction, Dáinsleif is said to only bring the latter onto its master.
Dingir (ディンギル?) First appearance: Fate/Grand Order[47]
Used by: Caster Gilgamesh
Description: Dingir is a clay tablet possessed by Gilgamesh, utilized in battle to cast spells and summon wands from the Gate of Babylon.[47] It is the same type of tablet as the Tablet of Destinies.[47] Dingir means "deified", following the principal that anything in Sumer can be elevated to godhood by great deeds. They are gods recognized by man rather than other gods, showing a "faith by humanity, for humanity."[47] It represents Gilgamesh's royal authority to punish even the gods, Ereshkigal stating, "If it is a king who has gained Dingir, he can punish even a god by exchanging everything he has to do so."[48] Naming the artillery used to protect Uruk "Dingir" as well "shows his intention to have Uruk protected only by humans."[47]
Durandal First appearance: Fate/stay night[49]
Used by: Archer Gilgamesh
Description: Prototype of sword posessed by Roland.
Ea First appearance: Fate/stay night[50]
Used by: Archer Gilgamesh
Description: Most powerful weapon in the treasury.
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Enkidu First appearance: Fate/stay night[51]
Used by: Archer Gilgamesh
Description: Gilgamesh's most trusted Noble Phantasm, named after his best friend. It binds those with Divinity and gods.
Fully Automatic Cooker (全自動調理器, Zen Jidō Chōriki?) First appearance: Fate/hollow ataraxia Drama CD[52]
Used by: Archer Gilgamesh
Description: From ancient SumerWP, it is an extremely high performance machine able to process even hazardous ingredients like hydra meat without issue. It has a limiter that can be removed to improve performance, but it can potentially break it.
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Gáe Bolg First appearance: Fate/stay night

Used by: Archer Gilgamesh
Description: Prototype of lance owned by Cú Chulainn.

Golden Armor First appearance: Fate/stay night[53]
Used by: Archer Gilgamesh
Description: Golden armor worn as Gilgamesh's normal combat attire.
Gram First appearance: Fate/stay night[6]
Used by: Archer Gilgamesh
Description: Prototype of Sword possessed by Sigurd.
Great Grail of Uruk (ウルクの大杯?) First appearance: Fate/Grand Order[54]
Used by: Caster Gilgamesh
Description: Self-named by Gilgamesh, the Great Grail of Uruk is an object worthy of being called a Holy Grail, comparable to the seven Holy Grails spread by Goetia. Gilgamesh becomes angered by such a comparison, saying "How dare you compare my treasures to the King of Mages'!" Ushiwakamaru, upon having looked at it, states, "It did indeed look like it contained vast magical energy. Whether it be goddess, Heroic Spirit, or human, anyone who uses that Grail could easily become king.[54] It is granted to Kingu to replace Goetia's Holy Grail after the Laḫmu take it.[55]

Within the Fourth Holy Grail War, Archer Gilgamesh lays claim to the Fuyuki Holy Grail as matter of fact, stating that, as all treasures originate from the Gate of Babylon, he is the owner of it even if his treasury spread over the world after his death. He doesn't possess innate knowledge of the Fuyuki Holy Grail itself, not knowing the total depth of his own wealth, but states that it innately belongs to him by virtue of being a "treasure."[7]
Hades's Cap of Invisibility First appearance: Fate/kaleid liner PRISMA☆ILLYA[56]
Used by: Child Gilgamesh (Prisma)
Description: Prototype of concealment Noble Phantasms
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Harpe First appearance: Fate/stay night
Used by: Archer Gilgamesh
Description: Divine sword from Greek mythology.
Herb of Immortality First appearance: Fate/EXTRA CCC[57]
Used by: Classless Gilgamesh
Description: Herb of Immortality taken from the underworld during his pursuit for immortality. He later recollected it again after the snake stole the original for the purpose of completing his collection.
Houtengeki First appearance: Fate/stay night[58]
Used by: Archer Gilgamesh
Description: Houtengeki (方天戟, Hōtengeki?) is one kind of halberd passed down in Chinese culture and the only type of halberd out of many to attain the rank of Noble Phantasm, probably due to the use of Houtengageki (方天画戟?, lit. "The Decrated Halberd that Matches the Heavens") by a famous military commander. It is a polearm with many different uses such as thrusting, swiping, pulling, parrying, and various others. Chinese halberds have a spearhead at the tip of the shaft and a blade attached to the side, and the distinguishing characteristic of a Houtengeki is a unique crescent-moon shaped side blade, the “Moon Fang”.[58] Weapons with only one of these blades are called Seiryugeki. It is said that a great deal of skill is needed to handle this weapon, though its versatility and ease of use once mastering it allows for it to be used to serve the appropriate role for any type of combatant. Its use eventually went out of favor as different dynasties rose and fell until it was revived during the Song DynastyWP as Houtengeki.
Hydra components First appearance: Fate/hollow ataraxia Drama CD[52]
Used by: Archer Gilgamesh
Description: Gilgamesh possesses the flesh, blood, and antivenom of Hydras.[59] While commenting that he abhors the idea of taking snakes into his collection, Enkidu notes that Gilgamesh said he would hunt them to the world's end, obtaining their corpses and antidotes to their venom.[59][60] The meat of the hydra, extremely poisonous, required a special license to cook that only Gilgamesh ever obtained.[52] Including the Fully Automatic Cooker, there are cooking utensils made for just hydra meat.[52][60]
Ig-Alima First appearance: Fate/kaleid liner PRISMA☆ILLYA[61]
Used by: Child Gilgamesh (Prisma)
Description: Gigantic sword wielded by the monstrous form of Gilgamesh.
Invisibility Potion First appearance: Fate/Grand Order[62]
Used by: Child Gilgamesh
Description: Potion of Invisibility requested by Jeanne Alter, but the hasty request causes Gilgamesh to instead give her the Potion of Youth.
King's Wine First appearance: Fate/Zero[7]
Used by: Archer Gilgamesh
Description: The King's Wine (王の酒?) is "wine of the finest quality",[63] contained in a set of wine bottles made of heavy gold that are inset with sparkling gems.[7] Rider believes that it could not be brewed by human hands, asking if it is a "drink of the gods", to which Gilgamesh affirms by boasting that "Whether wines or swords, only the best is stored in my treasury."[7]
Magical Staves and Mystic Codes First appearance: Fate/Grand Order[39]
Used by: Caster Gilgamesh
Description: Gilgamesh possesses an innumerable amount of magical staves and Mystic Codes. They possess the great magecraft of the Age of Gods, allowing free manipulation of their powers without much consumption of the user's energy.[39] Effects used in battle include, fire-based magecraft, homing light attacks, and lightning-based magecraft.[64]
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Merodach First appearance: Fate/stay night[65]
Used by: Archer Gilgamesh
Description: Prototype of the Swords of Selection, Gram and Caliburn.
Poison Tasting treasure First appearance: Fate/EXTRA CCC[66]
Used by: Classless Gilgamesh
Description: In response to the unpalatable and deadly cooking of Elizabeth Bathory, Gilgamesh offers to consume it with the aid of a Poison Tasting Noble Phantasm (毒見の宝具?).
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Potion of Youth First appearance: Fate/stay night[53]
Used by: Archer Gilgamesh
Description: Potion that returns the drinker to their youth.
Seasonings and herbs First appearance: Fate/EXTRA CCC[67]
Used by: Classless Gilgamesh
Description: Of all the seasonings in the treasury, Gilgamesh claims none could improve the unpalatable and deadly cooking of Elizabeth Bathory. He offers the idea of an herb that could prepare the stomach for such a meal, but it comes with the side effect of permanent ageusiaWP upon consumption.
Shield of the Gods First appearance: Fate/kaleid liner PRISMA☆ILLYA[68]
Used by: Child Gilgamesh (Prisma)
Description: Large shield capable of blocking Excalibur when launched as a Broken Phantasm by Chloe von Einzbern.
Ship of Light First appearance: Fate/EXTRA CCC[69]
Used by: Classless Gilgamesh
Description: The Ship of Light (光の船, Hikari no Fune?) is a treasure that allows Gilgamesh to instantly return Hakuno Kishinami's side after Kiara Sessyoin sends him to the edge of the Moon Cell's Imaginary Space hundreds of lightyears away. When Kiara questions how, despite it being a digital space where lightspeed is achievable, he was able to exceed the speed of ligt and return in an instant, Gilgamesh responds, "You idiot, did you think I wouldn't have a ship of light among my treasures? Just because I like the classics doesn't mean I don't keep up with recent developments. If there is a technique that sends somebody to the edges of space, then there will be a Noble Phantasm corresponding to it."
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Sul-sagana First appearance: Fate/kaleid liner PRISMA☆ILLYA[70]
Used by: Angelica Ainsworth (Class Card)
Description: Gigantic sword that burns as it cuts.
Swimwear First appearance: Fate/Grand Order
Used by: Child-Gil
Description: A series of Swimsuits Gilgamesh keeps in his treasury. According to Mash, they all possessed "physical defects", such as one being nothing but string, another being transparent, and yet a third possessing sea shells for a top half.
Table Cloth of the North Wind First appearance: Fate/hollow ataraxia Drama CD[52]
Used by: Archer Gilgamesh
Description: Prototype of the Table Cloth of the North Wind (北風のテーブル掛け, Kita Kaze no Tēburu Kake?) of European FolkloreWP, it will produce the finest of foods the user chants as it is spread upon a table.
Tablet of Destinies First appearance: Fate/Grand Order[71]
Used by: Caster Gilgamesh
Description: The Tablet of Destinies (天命の粘土板?) is an ancient treasure granted to Gilgamesh, a clay tablet acting as the "ultimate symbol of royal authority over the world and its gods." It existed in the age of the old gods of Sumeria, when EnlilWP reigned as the king of the gods rather than Marduk. The tablet was stolen by a monstrous bird, called AnzûWP by the Akkadians and Imdugud by the Sumerians, who was a "demon of storms, a god that brought great clouds and strong winds." Anzû was the servant of Enlil, but stole the treasure while his master bathed. This act engulfed the world in darkness and brought the wold close to ruin.

As the royal authority of the tablet will not respond to those undeserving, Anzû gained nothing from it. The Hero-God NinurtaWP reclaimed the tablet and restored the world. After being passed to Gilgamesh at the dawn of the Age of Man, the usurpation of the royal authority Anzû failed to gain was accomplished by the King of Heroes.[71]

Within the Babylonia Singularity, Gilgamesh writes a prophecy upon a tablet based on a clairvoyance-inspried dream, documenting a future sight of the Demon Gods lamenting Solomon and humanity. This tablet is of the same type as his Dingir and called the Tablet of Destinies.[47]

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True Nine Lives First appearance: Fate/kaleid liner PRISMA☆ILLYA[61]
Used by: Child Gilgamesh (Prisma)
Description: Original version of Nine Lives bow possessed by Heracles.
(Drill-shaped Lance)
First appearance: Fate/Extra CCC[21]
Used by: Classless Gilgamesh
Description: Used with the skill EnurtaWP's War Cry (ニヌルタの鬨?) in Fate/EXTELLA LINK, it is a drill-shaped lance used to stab the opponent and generate a whirlwind. The drill portion is comprised of four swords that can rapidly spin once the opponent is stabbed.
(Energy-draining Scythe)
First appearance: Fate/stay night[6]
Used by: Archer Gilgamesh
Description: Scythe that drains away magical energy and deals damage while passing directly through flesh and armor without causing any actual physical damage.[6] In the Fate/stay night 2006 anime, it is depicted as a scythe with the ability to pass through space when swung. The blade appears directly next to the target.[72]
First appearance: Fate/strange Fake[59]
Used by: False Archer Gilgamesh
Description: Summoning "blazing white flames" to attack Alcides, it is some form of man-made creation.
(Freezing liquid)
First appearance: Fate/strange Fake[59]
Used by: False Archer Gilgamesh
Description: Summoning a liquid that becomes ice to attack Alcides, it is some form of man-made creation. While it appears to be shining silver, it is actually a colorless substance that freezes the moisture in the air around it instantly to give it its gleam.
(Golden Axe - CCC)
First appearance: Fate/EXTRA CCC[21]
Used by: Classless Gilgamesh
Description: Golden Axe used in melee combat by Gilgamesh in the Moon Cell. When used with the "Clear the Storm" Skill, he shatters space with a spinning chop.
(Golden Axe -FGO)
First appearance: Fate/Grand Order[39]
Used by: Caster Gilgamesh
Description: Golden Axe used by Gilgamesh
(Golden Dagger)
First appearance: Fate/Grand Order[73]
Used by: Archer Gilgamesh
Description: Curved Golden Dagger granted to Ritsuka Fujimaru for the purpose of stopping Tiamat's Nega-Genesis. Gilgamesh tells Ritsuka to aim for Tiamat's head, and strikig her is shown to form a connection to a mental landscape in which they briefly converse.
(Golden Sword)
First appearance: Fate/EXTRA CCC[74]
Used by: Classless Gilgamesh
Description: Sword launched from the Gate of Babylon in Fate/EXTRA CCC and favored in melee combat by Gilgamesh in Fate/EXTELLA and Fate/Grand Order.
(Golden Swords)
First appearance: Fate/EXTRA CCC[21]
Used by: Classless Gilgamesh
Description: Two golden swords favored in melee combat by Gilgamesh in Fate/Extra CCC, identical in appearance to Enki used by the alternate universe Gilgamesh. He uses the single right-hand sword for a regular downward swing and a powerful, quick backhand swing with the "Loose the Winds" Skill. He uses both swords in a jumping overhead X-shaped slash.
(Hot Spring)
First appearance: Fate/kaleid liner PRISMA☆ILLYA[75]
Used by: Child Gilgamesh (Prisma)
Description: Customizable hot spring
(Invisible Sword)
First appearance: Fate/stay night[6]
Used by: Archer Gilgamesh
Description: Invisible sword that is similar in function to Invisible Air cloaking Excalibur.
First appearance: Fate/EXTRA CCC[76]
Used by: Classless Gilgamesh
Description: Lance favored in melee combat by Gilgamesh in Fate/EXTRA CCC, Fate/EXTELLA, and Fate/Grand Order.
(Large hammer)
First appearance: Fate/stay night[8]
Used by: Archer Gilgamesh
Description: Hammer larger than Artoria Pendragon.
(Levitation treasure)
First appearance: Fate/strange Fake[26]
Used by: False Archer Gilgamesh
Description: Treasure that grants the ability to levitate in the air.
First appearance: Fate/strange Fake[16][59]
Used by: False Archer Gilgamesh
Description: Summoning "lighting without form" to attack Alcides, they are a form of "manmade thunderbolts."
(Mirror Shield)
First appearance: Fate/stay night[17]
Used by: Archer Gilgamesh
Description: Mirror Shield used to effortlessly repel strong magecraft
Mountain-piercing weapons)
First appearance: Fate/Zero[77]
Used by: Archer Gilgamesh
Description: Four weapons, including swords and spears, launched at the Gigantic Horror as a token gesture for Tokiomi Tohsaka. Gilgamesh refuses to reclaim the weapons after due to thinking them sullied.
(Multi-Dimensional Refraction Phenomenon Defensive Armament)
First appearance: Fate/stay night[24]
Used by: Archer Gilgamesh
Description: Defensive Armament that protects against the Multi-Dimensional Refraction Phenomenon, capable of stopping Tsubame Gaeshi as a result.
(Sword of Ice)
First appearance: Fate/stay night[6]
Used by: Archer Gilgamesh
Description: Sword of Ice that freezes the space that it cuts, allowing it to cover the target in ice even if they managed to dodge the actual strike.[6] In the Fate/stay night 2006 anime, it is depicted as a short sword that unleashes an icy wind.[72]
(Projection device)
First appearance: Fate/kaleid liner PRISMA☆ILLYA[70]
Used by: Angelica Ainsworth (Class Card)
Description: Small floating device used to show a 3D projection that completely overwrites the surrounding area, able to be controlled by Angelica to display the problems facing the world and the future.
(Replicating meat)
First appearance: Fate/stay night[33]
Used by: Archer Gilgamesh
Description: The treasury contains a meat that multiplies in proportion to the amount eaten.
(Redirecting weapons)
First appearance: Fate/Zero[20]
Used by: Archer Gilgamesh
Description: Out of six weapons launched towards Lancelot riding his pseudo-Noble Phantasm jet, three of them, an axe, scimitar, and scythe, change direction mid-air to follow Lancelot after the initial barrage is avoided.
(Retrieval treasure)
First appearance: Fate/EXTRA CCC[19]
Used by: Classless Gilgamesh
Description: Treasure that "excels at the task of retrieval," allowing Gilgamesh to return all launched Noble Phantasms to the treasury regardless of distance travelled.
(Three-Edged Sword)
First appearance: Fate/stay night[8]
Used by: Archer Gilgamesh
Description: Three-Edged Sword able to arc behind the opponent to attack them from an unguarded position.
Gilgil Machine.png
First appearance: Fate/EXTRA CCC[19]
Used by: Classless Gilgamesh
Description: As the desires of humans of Uruk reflected those of modern day humans, the magecraft of the era allowed for the creation of vehicles not inferior to those of modern times, including airplanes and submarines. Within Carnival Phantasm, he utilizes the Gil Gil Machine.[78]
(Viewing lens)
First appearance: Fate/strange Fake[16]
Used by: False Archer Gilgamesh
Description: Golden ring with a single, strangely-warped lens fit inside of it, able to show a distant landscape like a telescope. Gilgamesh uses it to see True Archer twenty kilometers away.
(Warding ring)
First appearance: Fate/strange Fake[16]
Used by: False Archer Gilgamesh
Description: Ring that produces a gaze-warding effect. While it affects normal people, it is not powerful enough to affect magi. Tiné Chelc is granted the ring by Gilgamesh to enter the Snowfield Casino, allowing her to remain undetected by all except Hansa Cervantes.
Vajra First appearance: Fate/stay night[49]
Used by: Archer Gilgamesh
Description: Weapon from Indian mythology
Vimana First appearance: Fate/Zero[20]
Used by: Archer Gilgamesh
Description: Aircraft from Indian mythology.
Vimana's Optional Weaponry First appearance: Fate/strange Fake[16]
Used by: False Archer Gilgamesh
Description: Vimana's Optional Interception Noble Phantasm (ヴィマーナのオプションである迎撃宝具?) is utilized by Gilgamesh to protect Tiné Chelc from True Archer's arrows, the device stopping the arrow instantly in its place.[16] Vimana also possesses machine guns, nuclear warheads, and other ancient Indian weapons that Gilgamesh has stored away.[79]


  1. After opening the Gate in the Fate route in such a manner, Gilgamesh is never again depicted utilizing it to activate the Noble Phantasm. He is later depicted in utilizing it to obtain Ea in Fate/Zero and Fate/strange Fake
  2. This effect is first displayed in the Fate/Zero anime adaptation. It is not mentioned in the novels.
  3. Within the first novel, the key is initially described as an ornate key around the length and weight of a small survival knife, decorated with jewels valuable in both the magical and monetary sense. The key was designed to appear similar to Bab-ilu in the manga adaptation, and the same appearance was later used in the novels.


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3
    [v] Fate/Zero material - Servant Status: Archer, p.014-015

    Class: Archer
    Master: Tokiomi Tohsaka
    True Name: Gilgamesh
    Gender: Male
    Height/Weight: 182cm/68kg
    Alignment: Chaotic Good

    Strength: B
    Endurance: B
    Agility: B
    Mana: A
    Luck: A
    Noble Phantasm: EX

    Class Skills
    Magic Resistance: C

    Independent Action: A

    Personal Skills
    Golden Rule: A

    Charisma: A+

    Divinity: B

    Noble Phantasm
    The Gate of Babylon: King's Treasure
    Rank: E~A++
    Type: Anti-Unit Noble Phantasm
    Range: -

    Enuma Elish: The Star of Creation that Split Heaven and Earth
    Rank: EX
    Type: Anti-World Noble Phantasm
    Range: 1 ~ 99
    Maximum number of targets:1000 people

    CLASS アーチャー









  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7
    [v] Fate/complete material III: World Material - The Servants of the Fifth Holy Grail War: Gilgamesh, p.024-025 [T]

    Class: Archer
    Master: Kotomine Kirei
    Alignment: Chaotic Good
    Sex: Male
    Height: 182cm
    Weight: 68kg
    Armament: Armour

    STR: B
    CON: C
    AGI: C
    MGI: B
    LCK: A
    Noble Phantasm: EX

    The great king depicted in mankind’s oldest epic – “The Epic of Gilgamesh”. He was an actual king who ruled Uruk, the capital city of ancient Mesopotamia during the Sumer Dynasty 5000 years ago.
    A despot who possesses high divinity with 2/3 being God and 1/3 being human, and believed he was invincible. However, answering the call of people who were oppressed by Gilgamesh’s tyrannical policies, Enkidu, a man created by the goddess Aruru, was released to fight against Gilgamesh. Gilgamesh and Enkidu met and battled as enemies, but soon they began to recognise each other and rule the nation together. Gilgamesh gradually began to change after finding a friend who he considered to be an equal, and Uruk became unprecedentedly prosperous. Gilgamesh, as the greatest king, eventually acquired all the treasure on the earth.
    The goddess Ishtar wooed Gilgamesh, but was rejected bluntly. As a result, Ishtar unleashed the Bull of Heaven in a fit of rage, wrecking havoc on earth. After her failure, Ishtar complained before the Gods and caused the weakening and eventual death of Enkidu, who could not resist the will of the Gods that created him. The death of Enkidu significantly impacted Gilgamesh, and as a result he set out for the underworld in order to acquire the potion of immortality. However, the potion was drunk by a snake, and Gilgamesh died in despair.

    Gilgamesh battles by shooting the originals of all Noble Phantasms like bullets via Gate of Babylon. The tactic yields excellent destructive power to magic energy efficiency. Since every Noble Phantasm is a bullet, the real magical energy used is merely the activation cost of Gate of Babylon. Because he possesses the originals of all Noble Phantasms, he can assault the weakness of any Servants. As a result, Gilgamesh has the advantage over most of the Servants in combat.
    Because he has absolute self-confidence, he is able to calmly show himself before his opponents. However, depending on mood, he is also fine with scoring kills by raining Noble Phantasms behind the enemies’ back. The will of the king cannot be simply gauged by the concept of tactic.

    Class Abilities

    Magic Resistance: E
    Magic resistance gained through the class ability of Archer. However, since Gilgamesh did not have any abilities that can resist magecraft, it remains at the minimum level of E. Its effect is merely light damage mitigation against sorcery rather than full neutralisation. The cause of his low Magic Resistance is probably related to his Master, Kotomine Kirei’s lack of magical energy. In reality, during the Fourth Holy Grail War, Gilgamesh’s Magic Resistance was elevated to C with Tohsaka Tokiomi as his Master.
    Although his Magic Resistance is low, Gilgamesh is able to neutralise most sorceries due to having many items that defend against sorcery, such as the golden armour. The defensive powers of these items are quite high, as Rin’s sorcery was completely repelled.
    If magi attempt to use large-scale sorceries and act as “mongrels” that impede the king, Gilgamesh will simply unleash a raging wave of Noble Phantasms and completely crush them without giving them the time to cast spells. (Translator’s Note: Gate of Babylon and Sword Spam are now officially categorised as a form of Magic Resistance.)

    Independent Action: A+
    With an Independent Action rank that sets him completely apart from the rest, Gilgamesh is able to operate without a Master. With a rank of A+ that exceeds even A, the support of a Master is unnecessary even while unleashing a large amount of magical power. It is an ability that bends the rules and allows for the continued materialisation of Servants even after the conclusion of the Holy Grail War. After being summoned as Archer during the Fourth Holy Grail War, Gilgamesh remained materialised for 10 years until the Fifth.
    Since the Fourth Holy Grail War, the ability to freely operate without regard for the Master remained unchanged. However, the ability to remain materialised after the Holy Grail War was not gained until he was showered by the content of the Holy Grail. At the end of the Fourth Holy Grail War, Gilgamesh was absorbed for a while after being showered by the black mud spilled from the broken vessel of the Holy Grail. However, Gilgamesh could not even be digested by the mud that was filled with “All the World’s Evil – Angra Mainyu”. On the contrary, he was given a flesh body and regurgitated back into the present world. As a result, Gilgamesh was completely incarnated and continued to survive as an existence with a physical body. Also worth mentioning is that, thanks to the changed shape and personality granted by the potion of youth, the super egotistical Gilgamesh was able to live in the human society for 10 years without much trouble.

    Personal Skills

    Golden Rule: A
    Being fated a life that is filled with riches. Gilgamesh lives the life of a nabob and has no money troubles. In the legend, he claimed all the world’s treasure as his own. The originals of Noble Phantasms preserved in his treasury were collected during this period. Although this ability seems unrelated to battle, it plays a great role in arming Gilgamesh.
    Upon seeing Gilgamesh’s golden figure, Rin half-jealously called him “Gin-Pika” (Gold-glitter).

    Charisma: A+
    Often praised as the greatest king, Gilgamesh’s ability to command and lead great armies is excellent. Charisma is a rare talent, and a B rank is sufficient to lead a nation, but Gilgamesh has a rank of A+. At this level, it is not a matter of popularity or skill, but closer to something like sorcery or curse. An army led by Gilgamesh will have a tremendous increase in abilities.
    An egotistical Gilgamesh radiating with self-confidence will sure boost the morale of his army to an extremely high level.

    Divinity: B (A+)
    Due to being 2/3 God, Gilgamesh possesses the highest level of divinity among the many Heroic Spirits. His level exceeds even Herakles, who is the son of Zeus and ascended to the Pantheon after death. However, Gilgamesh despises the Gods because they killed his friend Enkidu, unleashed the Bull of Heaven onto the earth, and caused him much trouble. As a result, his Divinity decreased.
    He is the half-man-half-God King of Heroes born from the union of King of Uruk, Lugalbanda, and goddess Rimat-Ninsun. (Translator’s Note: Wait what? Half and half?)

    Noble Phantasms

    The Star of Genesis which Separates the Heaven and Earth – Enuma Elish
    Rank: EX
    Type: Anti-World
    Range: 1~99
    Maximum Targets: 1000 Persons

    The sword that cuts and divides the World, with output matching or even exceeds Artoria’s Excalibur. Its power will further increase given the support of Noble Phantasms within Gate of Babylon. More correctly speaking, “Sword of Rupture – Ea” is the Noble Phantasm, “Enuma Elish” is the state under which Sword of Rupture – Ea unleashes its maximum output. By generating wind pressure strata, the attack crushes the enemies by simulating spatial rends. In addition, the names “Sword of Rupture – Ea” and “Enuma Elish” are all given by Gilgamesh. They are thought to be references to the Great God Ea (Enki) of the Mesopotamian and Babylonian myths, and the Genesis Epic of the Babylonian myth, Enuma Elish.
    The most powerful sword that cannot be duplicated by Unlimited Blade Work. Gilgamesh calls it “something that knows the hellish planet before genesis”.
    The three cylindrical blades spin in different directions, generating air pressure strata. Its power will not be neutralised even when colliding with Excalibur.

    Gate of Babylon
    Rank: E~A++
    Type: Anti-Personnel
    Range: -

    A key-like sword that connects to the “Golden Capital”. The spatial connection with the treasury allows for easy access to the items within. The rank changes to E~A++ because Gilgamesh put all the originals of Noble Phantasms into the treasury. In other words, E~A++ reflects the rank of the items in the treasury. If the treasury does not contain a wealth of valuables, then it will not be a useful Noble Phantasm.
    The favourite Noble Phantasm within the Gate of Babylon is the chain which has captured the Bull of Heaven – Enkidu. It is an anti-deity Noble Phantasm that increases in strength as the target’s Divinity increases. It was able to completely seal Herakles.

  3. 3.0 3.1
    [v] Fate/strange Fake - Volume 1 - Servant status: Archer

    Class: Archer
    Master: Tine Chelc
    True name: Gilgamesh
    Gender: Male
    Height/Weight: 182cm/68kg
    Alignment: Chaotic Good

    Strength: B
    Endurance: B
    Agility: B
    Magic: A
    Luck: A
    Noble Phantasm: EX

    Class Skills
    Magic Resistance: C

    Independent Action: A

    Personal Skills
    Golden Rule: A
    Fate which revolves around how much riches one acquires in life.

    Divinity: B(A+)
    Skill that shows how much Divine Spirit aptitude, how related one is to a god, one has. He was suitable for the highest rank but since he loathes gods it is Rank-Downed.

    Noble Phantasms
    Enuma Elish: The Star of Creation that Split the Heaven and Earth
    Rank: EX
    Type: Anti-World Noble Phantasm
    Range: 1~99
    Maximum Targets: 1000 People
    Using the Sword of Rupture Ea to cut space. It is a power used by the gods when they separated the heaven and earth. As for power it is possible to say it is an attack close to the very top of all Noble Phantasms. By receiving the support of Noble Phantasms in the treasury, damage is further increase

    ■ (Obscured in volume 2)
    Rank: ???
    Type: ???
    Range: ???
    Max Targets: ???

    Gate of Babylon: King's Treasures
    Rank: E~A++
    Type: Anti-Unit Noble Phantasm
    Range: -
    The Golden City that is the King's Treasury, moreover the golden key connected to it. Treasures such as many Noble Phantasm prototypes, or the models of humanity's inventions from all times and places, these rare items were stored. They can be taken out freely. Naturally whether or not they can be handled depends on the user.

    CLASS アーチャー
    身長・体重: 182cm 68kg


    対魔力: C

    単独行動: A


    神性: B(A+)
    神との交わりの深度、「神霊適性」の高さを表すスキル。最高ランクの適正を持っていたが、神を忌み嫌うがゆ えにランクダウンしている。

    乖離剣・エアによる空間切断。神が天地を開く時に使用した力であり、威力としては有りと凡ゆる宝具の中で最 も頂点に近いと言える一撃である。宝物庫にある宝具の支援を受けることにより、ダメージの値が更に上昇する 。


    レンジ: -
    黄金郷である王の宝物庫と、それに繋がる鍵剣。数多の宝具の原典、あるいは人類の発明のひな形や古今東西の 財宝、珍品が収納されており、自由にそれを取り出す事ができる。当然ながら、扱えるかどうかは使う者の技量 に左右される。

  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 Fate/Grand Order - Gilgamesh's (Archer) Bond Craft Essence: Key of the King's Law
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 Fate/stay night - Gilgamesh's Status Screen
  6. 6.00 6.01 6.02 6.03 6.04 6.05 6.06 6.07 6.08 6.09 6.10 6.11 6.12 6.13 6.14 Fate/stay night Fate route: Day 14 - Oldest King
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 7.5 7.6 Fate/Zero - Volume 2
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 8.5 8.6 8.7 8.8 Fate/stay night Fate route: Day 15 - stay night (I)
  9. 9.0 9.1
    [v] Fate/side material - Encyclopedia: The King's Treasure [Noble Phantasm], p.057 [T]

    The King's Treasure [Noble Phantasm]
    Gate of Babylon.
    The key-shaped sword that connected to the golden capital.
    Items in the treasury can be freely remove through the spatial link.
    Needless to say, the more material wealth the user had, the more powerful this Noble Phantasm became.
    The rationale for the English name was that "Babylon" had become synonymous with "capital of sin" and "the golden capital".
    Similar items included Road of Babylon.

    空間を繋げ、宝物库の中にある道具を自由に取り出 せるようになる。

  10. Fate/EXTRA CCC - Gilgamesh Secret Garden 2
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 11.3 11.4 11.5 11.6 Fate/Zero - Volume 1
  12. 12.0 12.1 12.2 12.3 Fate/stay night Unlimited Blade Works - Episode 15 - Gilgamesh: "Your life, your legend, has been sublimated into a Noble Phantasm. It is only that kind of Noble Phantasm that I do not have. ---That is, I'm at a disadvantage." (ギル「貴様の人生、逸話を宝具として昇華したものだろう。その手の宝具だけは我の手にはない。——これは、 我も分が悪いか」?)
  13. 13.0 13.1 Fate/stay night Unlimited Blade Works: Day 15 - VS Berserker
  14. 14.0 14.1 Fate/stay night Unlimited Blade Works - Episode 24
  15. 15.0 15.1 Fate/Zero - Volume 4
  16. 16.0 16.1 16.2 16.3 16.4 16.5 16.6 16.7 Fate/strange Fake - Volume 2
  17. 17.0 17.1 17.2 Fate/stay night Fate route: Day 13 - The Eighth Servant
  18. Fate/Zero - Episode 5
  19. 19.0 19.1 19.2 19.3 19.4 19.5 19.6 19.7 19.8
    [v] Fate/EXTRA CCC - Gilgamesh Matrix

    Class: None
    Name: Gilgamesh
    Master: [PC]
    Noble Phantasm: Enuma Elish (The Star of Creation That Split Heaven and Earth)
    Keyword: King of Heroes, friend
    Strength: B, Endurance: C, Agility: C, Magic: A, Luck: A
    Divinity: B (A+), Golden Rule: A, Collector: EX


    Enuma Elish (The Star of Creation That Split Heaven and Earth)
    Gilgamesh's final Noble Phantasm which reveals creation--the beginning of everything.
    The severing of space which comes from the Sword of Rupture, Ea, the sword crowned with the name of a god from Mesopotamian mythology.
    The god, Ea, is believed to be the quasi-deification of the power of the planet which turned, smashed, and stabilized the surface of the earth when it was still covered in gas and seas of magma, during the primordial stage of the earth.
    Many gods began building nations after the the primordial earth was stabilized into a world where living creatures could live, but Ea is a god who performed the act of building of planet before that.
    Gilgamesh's sword, which is crowned with Ea's name, changes space itself by agitating space-time through the rotation of three layers of giant power fields.
    It's true power is not something to be used against a single living creature but against the world. Even among the many Noble Phantasms possessed by Servants, it is one considered to be at the top, the sword "which tore apart the world."

    King of Heroes
    Another name for Gilgamesh. It does not mean a king who is a hero but is used with the implication that he is the king over heroes.
    The story of Gilgamesh, is who mankind's oldest hero, is copied within the mythologies of all the countries of the world. The origin of all myths, the model on which heroes are based...calling him such would not be an exaggeration.
    More or less, the heroes of various myths are derived from Gilgamesh's legend. As such, Gilgamesh possesses the prototypes of the Noble Phantasms that heroes carry... the original treasures from before every legend was arranged. Though it may be a paradox, unless the original, Gilgamesh, possesses it, it cannot be handed down as the Noble Phantasm possessed by the later heroes who were derived from him.
    When humanity was still small. Within the treasury of the king, who governed his kingdom and lived in as much luxury as he desired, was collected every single treasure in the world.
    Inside that treasury, there is the treasured swords that saved later heroes, and there is preserved the cursed swords that stole the lives of heroes.
    The reason that Gilgamesh is called the King of Heroes is here. Noble Phantasms are primarily one to a any single hero. Not only does he possess an approximately infinite amount of them, he also owns the "legends" that other heroes are wake against, as if it were natural. It should be impossible for an average hero to cross swords with him.
    As a Heroic Spirit, he is an absolute warrior in battles against Heroic Spirits. While there are several heroes who hold the title of king, such as the King of Knights and the King of Conquerors, but in regards to being crowned with the title "King of All Heroes," in all of heaven and earth, he is the only one.

    As he became a young man, Gilgamesh's violent disposition only grew. Of course the people of Uruk, but even the gods who dispatched him, were greatly perplexed by his violence.
    "Gilgamesh is not fulfilling his original role." "That insolent creature needs someone to admonish him."
    Having come to that conclusion, the gods sent a single life to the surface. Its name was Enkidu. It was a person made by a god and given her blood, the same as Gilgamesh.
    It had neither a sex nor a fixed form. Enkidu, being made from clay by a god, was "Uruk's greatest weapon," able to change its shape at will. According to the god which was its mother's will, Enkidu confronted Gilgamesh before the temple of Uruk. With their exchanging of blows like a storm, their battle occurred within the city.
    After that fierce fighting, they both collapsed to the ground without consideration for where, praised each other's valor, and became peerless friends.
    Gilgamesh, who had been without equal, for the first time found someone he could call "a friend."
    After that, while his vainglorious attitude did not change, Gilgamesh, remonstrated by Enkidu, softened his tyranny.
    Gilgamesh, who had acquired someone who understood him in Enkidu, defeated the guardian of the forest and beast of the gods, Humbaba, and, as the most excellent king on the earth, took possession of every single treasure.
    At this time, the dazzlingly powerful Gilgamesh was an existence that not even the gods could avert their eyes from.
    A goddess fell in LOVE with this Gilgamesh. It was the goddess of fertility Ishtar. She proposed to Gilgamesh, but he quickly refused. Because he knew that how whimsical and cruel a witch who rendered men useless Ishtar was.
    Ishtar, enraged by Gilgamesh's insults, as her revenge, clung to her father, the god Anu, in tears and released the greatest of divine beasts, "the Bull of Heaven," onto the earth.
    "The Bull of Heaven" is a disaster of extreme magnitude clad in storms. When it appeared, a seven-year famine and destruction occurred on earth. In other words, the downfall of Uruk.
    Against this divine beast which none could match, Gilgamesh and Enkidu worked together to stand against it and repelled it splendidly. Once again, the goddess lost face. Naturally, Isthar's rage had not lessened, and she requested death for either of the two of them from the gods. Because for one with a human body to kill the beast of the gods was a sin.
    Ishtar's wish was granted, and one of the two, Enkidu, who was created by the gods, unable to defy that decree, slowly weakened and died.
    ...The sole person who understood the king, Enkidu. Just how large a shadow his loss cast over Gilgamesh is told in his lifetime afterward.
    Enkidu is an autonomous weapon created from the clay of the gods. In SE.RA.PH. terms, he is close to an AI. As a result of being complete from birth, he neither grows nor evolves. He could take various forms as needed, but it is said his usual appearance was that of a 16-year-old person who could be seen as a girl or a boy with long hair which faintly shines a light-green color.

    01 - 『天地乖離す開闢の星(エヌマ・エリシュ)

    02 - 英雄王


    03 - 友人





    01 - Divinity [B (A+)]
    A judgement regarding whether or not one's body possess the property of being divine.
    Though he possesses the greatest rank of divine spirit aptitude, Gilgamesh himself hates the gods, so the rank has gone down.

    02 - Golden Rule [A]
    Not the bodily golden ratio, but one's destiny in regard to how much money follows one around in life.
    At rank A, it's possible to call it a soul of gold. With this Goldy attitude, even while living like a multimillionaire, he won't have any money troubles during his life.

    03 - Collector [EX]
    The ability to acquire items of higher quality. It's the good luck of frequently obtaining even rare items, but because it only applies to Gilgamesh himself, it does not bless the Master.
    Gilgamesh is a collector of treasure. "I collected all the treasures of the earth," is Gilgamesh's favorite phrase, but that is not a metaphor. He collected and stored away a sample of all the technology that was developed during his age and sealed them.
    That which Gilgamesh stored, rather than being treasure, is "the origin of the intelligence of mankind" itself. If it does not exist in Gilgamesh's treasury, then it is "something produced by a new breed of humanity, according a completely new concept," "something made from the technology of the culture born from the intelligent life from another heavenly body," one of the two.
    For that reason, of course he has airplanes and submarines. The desires of the people from before Christ are not different, and it would not do for the crafts of ancient times when magic was in good health to be inferior to the crafts of the modern age. People generally realize the "tools of hope" that they dream of, and each time that occurs, it ended with them being confiscated by the king's hand.
    The offensive skill Gilgamesh uses, "Gate of Babylon," shoots the treasure he collected like this like arrows. The gate to the golden capital opens, and his treasures are shot out from his treasure cellar.
    This is a digression, but after the Noble Phantasms that are shot out are used, regardless of how far it has gone, it turns to Gilgamesh's treasure cellar. "Hah. I possess a Noble Phantasm which excels at the task of retrieval," says the person himself.

    01 - 神性 [B(A+)]

    02 - 黄金律 [A]

    03 - コレクター [EX]



    The demigod king who ruled over the Sumerian city-state of Uruk in the time before Christ. Not just a legend but also a real person, the king written of in mankind's oldest epic, "The Epic of Gilgamesh."
    Possessing great divinity as two-thirds god and one-third human, without anyone to match him in this world, he was perfected as a transcendent being who attained everything in the world.
    In his childhood, he was adored by the people as the ideal ruler, but as he grew, possible due to being treated as almighty, his consideration for the people waned, and he came to rule Uruk with absolute power.
    However, simply being oppressive does not make one a tyrant, he made Uruk prosper properly, found a friend he could speak with, and in personally subjugating the phenomena that would harm the people, that heroic quality cannot be doubted.
    He is the heroic figure who defeated the bull so large it was cloaked in the heavens and rendered the civilization of this fortified Sumerian city unshakeable.
    The following is historical fact, which differs from "The Epic of Gilgamesh." According to a fragment of an inscription found in an archaeological excavation of the historical ruins of this Sumerian city, Uruk was a city-state that existed on the shore of Persian south of Mesopotamia, and he was the fifth king of that city's first dynasty. It obtained assets through ocean trade and subjugated the region of southern Mesopotamia. He was victorious in the fight against Aga, king of the Kish who controlled the north made strong the city-states of Sumer. However, as a result the reckless deforestation of the woods due to the building of ships, their agricultural land was destroyed.
    For that reason, Gilgamesh, seeking the giant tree, the Lebanon Cedar, launched an expedition all the way to far-away Phoenicia (modern day Lebanon), fought against the people of woods, called Humbaba, gained victory against them, and brought that massive tree back with him.

    According to "The Epic of Gilgamesh," it seems that Gilgamesh, after the loss of Enkidu, fell into depression, his previous vigor gone.
    The fact that Enkidu, whose strength had not been inferior to Gilgamesh's own, could die, was the shock that Gilgamesh received.
    Gilgamesh, who was tormented over anxiety of death, finally set off on a trip to the realm of the death in search of perpetual youth and eternal life.
    It was said that there lived a sage who had lived since placing a large amount of animals upon an ark before the coming of a deluge that assailed the earth.
    This sage was said to be the only one of the earth escape from death and live until the present. Seeking him, Gilgamesh set across wilderness alone.
    At the end of that long journey and many hardships, Gilgamesh finally managed to reach the realm of the dead. There, he met the sage, Utnapishtim, spoke with him, and in the end, Gilgamesh attained the spirit herb of perpetual youth and eternal life.
    Gilgamesh came to rise above the "death" that had taken even Enkidu.
    His heart's desire fulfilled, during his triumphant return to Uruk, Gilgamesh stopped by a spring. He cleansed himself; it seems he wanted to test the fruits of his labor while in perfect condition.
    However. While he was bathing, unexpectedly, a snake with an empty stomach sniffed out the smell of the spirit herb of perpetual youth and eternal life.
    By the time he noticed, it was too late. Panicked, Gilgamesh emerged from the spring, all that remained there was the skin that snake had shed.
    Having lost the spirit herb of perpetual youth and eternal life in this way, Gilgamesh was irritated for a long interval, but afterwards, he made his way back to his own castle, Uruk.
    While the Gilgamesh after this was severe, he ruled his state quietly, entrusted to to the next king, and went to his eternal rest.
    Without telling anyone of the whereabouts of the spirit herb of perpetual youth and eternal life.
    Mankind's oldest king of heroes, Gilgamesh. Discord with the gods, the journey for the perpetual youth and eternal life, a deluge which covered the world. In that epic is the basis of every legend.
    The truth of his epic poem, which has many uncertain points concerning fine details exists on the other side of the veil of romance placed upon it by the present day.
    This is another digression, but the snake is reborn with a new body every time it sheds its skin because it stole and ate Gilgamesh's spirit herb... is what is said. It seems that the way the snake goes about its life appeared to the ancient people as a kind of perpetual youth and eternal life that was not available to humans.

    01 - 出典





    02 - 出典











  20. 20.0 20.1 20.2 20.3 20.4 Fate/Zero - Volume 3
  21. 21.0 21.1 21.2 21.3 Fate/EXTRA CCC - Gilgamesh Battle Attack Animations
  22. 22.0 22.1 Fate/stay night Unlimited Blade Works: Day 16 - Last Fight
  23. [v] Fate/Zero material - Encyclopedia: Matou Kariya [Person's name], p.103-104

    Kariya Matou [Person's name]
    The little brother of Matou Shinji's father, Byakuya.
    The gutsiest, most rebellious person in the history of the Matou family – against that monstrous old man, just standing up to him and running away was a heroic act of valor. Of course, from Zouken's point of view, no matter how much better Kariya's magic circuits were than his older brother's, they weren't worth the effort it would take to break his will and train him into a proper family head. In fact, at that point he had probably already decided that he had no choice but to bet everything on Byakuya conceiving an heir that would turn everything around. Unfortunately, in the end his longshot gamble backfired spectacularly, and instead of a miracle that would save his lineage, he got Shinji.
    By the way, even Kariya's childhood friendship with Aoi was set up by Zouken, who had become aware of the Zenjou family's excellent hereditary trait long before the Tohsaka. However, due to Kariya turning his back on sorcery and getting cockblocked by Tokiomi, the old man's plans once more came to nothing.
    …Well, Kariya bringing his beloved Aoi back to some horrid worm pit was never going to happen in the first place. Maybe if the Matou sorcery was a little more normal, he would have been willing to obediently accept his inheritance and become Tokiomi's rival for Aoi's affections.
    For a makeshift magus, Kariya's suitability as a Master was exceptional. The fact that he was able to endure the maddened Lancelot's outrageous magical energy consumption for as long as he did is a feat truly deserving of praise. While he might have been better off if Zouken hadn't punished him by forcing him to summon a Berserker, well… I hate to say it, but the only reason Lancelot was able to fight Gilgamesh as well as he did was due to the parameter boost from being maddened. And given the single-minded devotion with which Kariya was pursuing Tokiomi, there's no way you could expect him to have the prudence to avoid that powerhouse team and survive to the very end. When all's said and done, as long as he carried the Matou spirit of putting grudges before everything else, he was probably doomed to failure no matter what.


  24. 24.0 24.1
    [v] Comptiq 2007-11 issue - Fate Dojo Q & A:
    Q: Gilgamesh has no skills in swordsmanship, would Assassin win if Gilgamesh is caught in the range of Tsubame Gaeshi?

    Q: Gilgamesh has no skills in swordsmanship, would Assassin win if Gilgamesh is caught in the range of Tsubame Gaeshi?

    A: Most likely, he will just defend with his armour, or take out some really unfair defensive armament that protects against Multidimensional Refraction Phenomenon, from the Gate of Babylon. However, Gilgamesh is capable of accurately assessing his opponents' abilities, so he would not consider having a battle of swordsmanship with Assassin the first place.

    Q:ギルガメッシュに剣技のスキルはないとのことですが、ならば燕返しの間合いに捕らえさえすればアサシン*でもギルに勝てるのですか? (愛媛県/緑三閃)


  25. 25.0 25.1 25.2 25.3 25.4 Fate/strange Fake Volume 5 - Chapter 15: "Gold and Lions II"
  26. 26.0 26.1 26.2 26.3 26.4 26.5 26.6 26.7 26.8 Fate/strange Fake - Volume 1
  27. Fate/EXTRA CCC Scene
  28. Fate/Zero - Episode 23
  29. Fate/stay night Unlimited Blade Works - Episode 23
  30. Fate/strange Fake Manga - Volume 1, p.34
  31. Fate/Grand Order - Ishtar Interlude 1
  32. Fate/Zero - "It is something that should be in my possession to start with. All the treasures in the world originate from my collection. However, because much time has passed, it disappeared from my treasury. But I am still its owner." "It's not something you can understand. The total amount of my wealth even exceeded my knowledge, but as long as it's a 'treasure', then it'd obviously belongs to me. You should have more sense then trying to rob my treasure away."
  33. 33.0 33.1
    [v] Fate/complete material III: World material - FAQ with Nasu: Noble Phantasms, p.134

    Q: Does “King’s Treasure: Gate of Babylon” contain things such as rare but weak Noble Phantasms?

    Q: Does “King’s Treasure: Gate of Babylon” contain things such as rare but weak Noble Phantasms? I noticed he kept wine in there in Fate/Zero, so I was wondering if Gilgamesh’s everyday meals were in there as well.

    A: Anything can be found in there. Like a meat that multiplies in proportion to how much is eaten. He’s definitely the “NEET of Babylon.”



  34. Fate/EXTRA CCC - "Did we have board games in Uruk? An obvious question. The original basis of all of the intellectual properties produced by mankind has its origin in my territories, and is stored in my treasury. Things like that library of the 'King of Conquerors' are nothing but my imitators."
  35. Fate/EXTRA CCC Dialogue
  36. [v] Interview de Gen UROBUCHI à l’Épitanime 2013

    TMF: Does Gil have a Gate of Babylon in his Gate of Babylon? Is there an infinite recursion of memes?
    U: No, but other powers could perhaps be brought out of it because, at its root, it was a weapon which was restrained. But it would be best to pose that question directly to Nasu.
    TMF: But he’s not here …

    TMF : Est­-ce que Gil a un Gate of Babylon dans son Gate of Babylon ? Est-­ce que ça fait une récurrence infini ?
    U : Non, mais d’autres puissances peuvent peut-­être s’en dégager, parce qu’à la base, c’était une arme qui était freiné. Mais le mieux, ça serait de poser la question directement à Nasu.
    TMF : Mais il n’est pas là…

  37. Fate/Grand Order - Door of Babylon Craft Essence
  38. Fate/Grand Order material III - Child-Gil, p.198-203
  39. 39.0 39.1 39.2 39.3 Fate/Grand Order material IV — Profile of Gilgamesh (Caster), translated by castor212 at Beast's Lair.
  40. Fate/hollow ataraxia - Broad Bridge
  41. Fate/kaleid liner PRISMA☆ILLYA 2wei - Chapter 25
  42. Fate/Grand Order - Babylonia - Gilgamesh: Give her the Belt of Nidaba from my treasury! It'll be more than enough for the Temple Matron of Eresh!
  43. First Fate/stay night Popularity Poll
  44. Fate/EXTRA CCC: CCC route - Gilgamesh's Farewell
  45. Fate/EXTRA CCC - Conversation with Saber



  46. 46.0 46.1
    [v] Fate/complete material II: Character material - Weapons: Dáinsleif, p.136

    User: Gilgamesh
    One of the many, many Noble Phantasms owned by Gilgamesh. It appears in two different stories in Norse mythology. Whichever one you go by, it is a frightening cursed demonic sword.
    In the “Völsunga Saga”, it was taken from Fafnir’s treasures by the clan that killed Sigurd. Its curse causes all who possess it to surely die.
    In the “Skáldskaparmál”, it is possessed by the Danish king Hogni. It is cursed to always kill a man once it is drawn, and cannot be returned to its sheathe until it does. It is due to this curse that Hogni is locked in eternal combat with the king of Serkland, Hedinn.

     ギルガメッシュが所蔵する幾多の宝具のひとつであるダインスレフは、北欧神話においてふたつの物語で伝え られている。どちらの物語でも共通なのは、この武器が恐ろしい呪いの魔剣であることだ。
     "ヴォルスンガ·サガ"では、英雄シグルドを殺した一族が、ファフニールの黄金から手に入れた魔剣とされ ている。この剣には破滅をもたらす強力な呪いがかかっており、持つ者はすべて死に至ることにな る。
     女神フレイヤを巡る物語では、この剣をデンマーク王ホグニが所有している。"一度抜かれると人の命を奪う まで鞘には収まらない"という呪われし魔剣であり、この剣の呪いによりホグニはサラセン王ヘジンと永遠の戦 いを繰り広げることになる。

  47. 47.0 47.1 47.2 47.3 47.4 47.5 Fate/Grand Order Babylonia - Section 8
  48. Fate/Grand Order Babylonia - Section 14
  49. 49.0 49.1 49.2 Fate/stay night Fate route: Day 13 - The truth about ten years ago
  50. [v] Fate/side material - Encyclopedia: The Star of Creation that Split Heaven & Earth [Noble Phantasm], p.066 [T]

    The Star of Creation that Split Heaven and Earth [Noble Phantasm]
    Enuma Elish.
    The cutting of space with the Sword of Rupture, Ea.
    Air pressure faults, compressed and smashed against each other, become a pseudo-fault in time and space that pulverizes all who oppose it.
    With output matching or even exceeding Excalibur, it is without a doubt the sword that "cut the world".
    Strictly speaking, the Noble Phantasm is actually Ea, while Enuma Elish is the name of Ea's maximum output state.
    …By the way, the sword's drill shape is modeled after the bedrock excavators used when making underwater tunnels.
    Though normally you'd think of a drill as something that tapers down to a point like a spear, the drills used to bore out enormous holes actually look more like numerous overlapping gears.
    The way the blades rotate individually and shave away at the bedrock… just imagining it is so cool!

    ドリルといったら槍のようにとんがったものを連想するが、巨大な穴を作るドリルは円盤(ギア)が複数 重なったような形状をしている。

  51. [v] Fate/side material - Encyclopedia: Chain of Heavens [Armament], p.066-067

    Chain of Heavens [Armament]
    A Noble Phantasm that Gilgamesh preferred. Its true name is Enkidu.
    This was the chain that bound the Bull of Heaven that caused Uruk seven years of famine. To Gilgamesh, it was a Noble Phantasm that he trusted like Ea, no, it was a Noble Phantasm that he trusted more than Ea.
    Its ability is "to rule the Gods".
    Its toughness increased with the target's Divinity.
    It was one of the few Noble Phantasms that could be classified as Anti-God.
    As a result, Chains of Heavens was actually a more troublesome Noble Phantasm for Berserker than Excalibur.
    On the other hand, for Saber, Assassin, and Archer, who had no Divinity, it was merely a strong chain.

    天の鎖 【武装】
    ギルガメッシュが好んで使用する宝具。 真名はエルキドゥ。
    逆に神性のないセイパーやアサシン、アーチャーに はただ頑丈なだけの鎖にすぎない。

  52. 52.0 52.1 52.2 52.3 52.4 Fate/hollow ataraxia Drama CD - "あるいは怪物という名の食卓"
  53. 53.0 53.1
    [v] Fate/side material - Encyclopedia: Gilgamesh [Servant], p.059 [T]

    Gilgamesh [Servant]
    The Archer of the previous Grail War. Mankind's oldest king of heroes, who defeated Saber. For more details, refer to his status screen in the game.
    As no proper Heroic Spirit can match this man, he could be called the "Servant Killer".
    Without a doubt, he is the strongest existence amongst the Servants.
    Though he lost due to obsession against Saber…
    Though he lost due to pride against Shirou…
    Though he lost due to carelessness against XXXXX…
    …the fact of the matter is that if he actually gets serious, he is a Servant that cannot be rivaled.
    Perhaps because he has been living in human society for the past ten years, he seems to be hip on the latest fashions. He owns various casual clothes, but his favorite is the biker outfit he wore in the Rin route.
    Well, he liked it enough to overlook Shirou's group and leave instead of letting it get dirty, at any rate. I can't believe the protagonist's life was worth less to Gil than his coat…!
    It might seem strange how Gil could live in human society for ten years with a personality like his and not cause a fuss, but Gil must have realized it would have been a problem, too, because apparently he drank a certain Noble Phantasm to change his appearance and personality.
    Also, during the design stage, I selfishly insisted that "Gil absolutely has to wear full golden plate armor".
    Why, you ask? Well, it might be because I was repeatedly challenging a certain 60 story tower at the time…

    前回のアーチャー、セイパーを破った人類最古の英雄王。 详细はゲーム本騙のステータスを参照のコト。
    セイバー戦では執着から、土郎戦では慢心から、戦では油断から敗退したが、本気になって戦って いれば敵なしのサーヴァントである。

  54. 54.0 54.1 Fate/Grand Order - Babylonia - Chapter 4
  55. Fate/Grand Order - Babylonia - Chapter 19
  56. Fate/kaleid liner PRISMA☆ILLYA 3rei - Chapter 03
  57. Fate/EXTRA CCC - Gilgamesh Secret Garden Conversation
  58. 58.0 58.1
    [v] Fate/complete material II: Character material - Weapons: Houtengeki, p.136

    User: Gilgamesh
    A weapon used chiefly during China’s Song Dynasty, even this is owned by Gilgamesh.
    A Houtengeki is a variation of the Chinese halberd, which is a type of weapon with both a spearhead at the tip of the shaft, and a blade attached to the side.
    The distinguishing characteristic of a Houtengeki is the unique crescent shape of the side blade, called the “Moon Fang”. It is a versatile weapon capable of performing piercing, chopping, and slicing attacks. However, because of its extreme versatility a high level of skill is required to master it.
    The “Houtengageki” used by Lu Bu in “Romance of the Three Kingdoms” is this kind of weapon.

     “戟”とは穂先を柄の先に付ける“矛”と、柄に対して垂直に付ける“戈”の両方を備えた武器のことを言う 。この方天戟は、その“戟”の一種という位置付けになる。
     方天戟の特徴は矛の外側に付いた三日月状の刃“月牙”である。これにより方天戟は“刺す”ことも“切る” ことも“払う”ことも可能な万能武器に進化した。ただし、それゆえに使いこなすには高い技量が 必要となる。

  59. 59.0 59.1 59.2 59.3 59.4 Fate/strange Fake - Volume 5
  60. 60.0 60.1 Fate/strange Fake - Volume 6
  61. 61.0 61.1 Fate/kaleid liner PRISMA☆ILLYA 2wei - Chapter 26
  62. Fate/Grand Order - The Little Santa Alter
  63. Fate/Zero Animation Guide I - King’s Wine
  64. Fate/Grand Order - Gilgamesh (Caster)'s Buster Attack Animation
  65. Fate/stay night Fate route - What I want to protect
  66. Fate/EXTRA CCC - "Wait. If all you require is that it be completely eaten, then you will not mind if I do so, yes? I have a poison-tasting Noble Phantasm perfectly suited for this."
  67. Fate/EXTRA CCC - Cooking competition

    Unfortunately, there is no seasoning in my vault that can make this palatable.
    There is, however, an herb that can ready your stomach,
    though it has the drawback of causing permanent ageusia upon consumption...
    Thank you. Your thoughtfulness stills my trembling.
    But I must vanquish this by my own hand...I mean mouth.
    After all, Elizabeth prepared these dishes for Kishinami Hakuno.
    I understand that an arduous battle awaits me.
    That’s why, when the day comes that I finish this meal―――
    won’t you come home with me to the countryside
    and marry me?
    “I applaud your resolve. Now best that fate of death(death flag) that you have set up yourself.”

  68. Fate/kaleid liner PRISMA☆ILLYA 2wei - Chapter 21
  69. Fate/EXTRA CCC

    Kiara Sessyoin: That's...! Even though you were flung to the edge of the galaxy......! Even if this is a conceptual space, you shouldn't have been able to cross that distance in an instant! How were you able to fly faster than light?
    Gilgamesh: You idiot, did you think I wouldn't have a ship of light among my treasures? Just because I like the classics doesn't mean I don't keep up with recent developments. If there is a technique that sends somebody to the edges of space, then there will be a Noble Phantasm corresponding to it.


  70. 70.0 70.1 Fate/kaleid liner PRISMA☆ILLYA 3rei - Chapter 18
  71. 71.0 71.1 Fate/Grand Order - Dup Shimati Craft Essence
  72. 72.0 72.1 Fate/stay night 2006 - Episode 21
  73. Fate/Grand Order Babylonia Episode 20
  74. Fate/EXTRA material - Pg. 138
  75. Fate/kaleid liner PRISMA☆ILLYA 3rei - Chapter 09
  76. Fate/EXTRA material - Pg. 139
  77. Fate/Zero - Volume 3: the power to pierce through even mountains (四本の剣と槍はことごとく直撃し、山をも穿つその威力によって, shitai no ken to yari wa kotogotoku chokugekishi, yama wo mo ugatsu sono iryoku ni yotte?)
  78. Carnival Phantasm Guide Book - Page 64
  79. [v] Fate/Zero material- Encyclopedia: Vimana [Noble Phantasm], p.091

    Vimana [Noble Phantasm]
    The King’s soul resides in golden armor. Vimana was flown in the sky for the first time in the third volume – His Majesty the King of Heroes’ mobile air weapon. It uses solar energy, produced from a solar crystal that burns mercury as fuel, to move – a high-tech Indian Noble Phantasm that would make even Area 51 pale-faced. Even though in ancient Indian mythology, it also had weapons ranging from ancient machine guns to ancient nuclear warheads, these surely have already been gathered in the treasury of the King of Heroes.


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Absolute Sword - Endless FlashAbsolute Sword - Endless Three-StageAigisAgni GandivaAiravata King SizeAkafiloga All-GriðAlf Layla wa-LaylaAll Things Must Pass - To Flourish is To FallAma-no-SakahokoAmalavijñāna - Boundary of EmptinessAmerica's Sweetheart of DarknessAmbushed from Ten Sides - As If There Was No ShadowAn Gal Tā Kigal ShēAn Gal Tā - Seven ColorsAngelica CathayAnpu Neb Ta DjeserAntares SnipeAnti-fling RondoApfel SchiessenArc de Triomphe de l'ÉtoileArkArondight OverloadAround CaliburnArs Almadel SalomonisArs NovaArs PaulinaArtemis HagnósAscalonAssault Medicine Full-Burst PartyAstrapste ArgoAsurashreshthaAthanaton Ten ThousandAttendre, EspérerAuthentic TriumphAutumn Leaf ViewingAvidya, Three-Stage ThrustAzamaruAzrael
Balmung KriemhildBáthory Brave ErzsébetBáthory Halloween ErzsébetBayardBeagalltachBeautiful JourneyBishamonten's Eight Phases Wheel Charge FormationBlack Arts Decapitation Method - MoonflowerBlack Dirty Barty HowlingBlack Dog GalatineBlasted TreeBloodbath CrownBlue Summer PalladionBrahmastra#Rakshasa-Piercing Immortal (Rama) • BrahmashirastraBreaker GorgonBölverk GramBone CollectorBoneless ManBouclier de AtlanteBreast Zero ErzsébetBright EhangwenBrynhildr SigurteinBucephalus
Caledfwlch CaladbolgCaladbolgCaliburnCandy Star Photon RayCaress of the MedusaCaribbean Free BirdCaribbean Free Bird - Act 2Channeling - Omen of the Great God IbukiChaos LabyrinthosChariot My LoveChariot of BoudicaChionis TaurosChristine, ChristineChronos RoseChyornyj OprichnikiChu Shi BiaoChyornyj OprichnikiClarent Blood ArthurCrazy Trip Drive IdolCrocea MorsCross-CaliburCruaidín SétantaCrying WarmongerCrystal DressCrystal PalaceCurruid CoinchennCursed Cupid CleanserCustos Morum
Das RheingoldDazzling Castle of the Sun in the Demonic RealmDead End - AirgetlámDemon King of the Sixth HeavenDemon King Turns the Heavens - Red Spider LilyDe SterrennachtDes Océans d'AllégresseDharmapala Girl - Nine-headed Dragon MassacreDimension of SteamDinosaur Summer GoodbyeDio Santissimo Misericordia de miDioscures TyndaridaeDistihia MilyaDivine Sword - Kusanagi-no-TachiDojo-ji Bell Form 108 - Fire Dragon Mow DownDuria AntiquiorDurindana
Edin Shugra QuasarElementary, My DearEmotional Engine - Full DriveEmotional Engine - Vivid Full SensationEncomium MoriaeEnfer Château d'IfEternal LamentEternal Mirror that Models the Celestial BodiesEtherspace, Howbeit the OrderEverlasting Summer SunlightExcalibur VivianEye of the Euryale
FailnaughtFairy Tale ErzsébetFax CaelestisFemme Fatale BaiserFergus My LoveFergus, My Good-Looking BraveFetch FailnaughtFintan FinegasFirst FolioFive Elements Mountain - Buddha PalmFlawless Masterpiece - The Crane's Fate, A Teary FarewellFleur de LysFlucticulus DianaFlying Bright Spirit - Fire-Tipped SpearFormlessnessFragarach ÉnbarrFrieren Scharfrichter
Gae Bolg AlternativeGáe Bolg: Gouging Piercing Spear of CarnageGanesh ImpactGanesha VighneshvaraGanryuu-jimaGarden of AvalonGate of SkyeGod Spear, No Second StrikeGod-Striking WhipGod ForceGohou Shoujo-Kuzuryu OusatsuGolden DriveGolden EaterGolden SparkGolden Wild HuntGreat Death ClawGreat Flame of Mount OoeGreat Grudge of RashoumonGreat Ram NautilusGrendel BusterGuillotine BreakerGugalanna Strike
Hachiman Prayer - Shooting Through a Great DemonHalf-dead Blood AxeHamesh AvanimHaradhanu JanakaHazy Inverted Moon - Eleven FormsHeavenly Demon RainHeaven's HoleHet Gele HuisHollow Heart AlbionHope of AvalonHört Glut RachegötterIam Redit et VirgoImitation God ForceImmortal Chaos BrigadeInexhaustible BaleInnocence ArondightInvisible AirIra LupusIz Tula Seven DriveJaguar in the BlackJet, Three-Stage ThrustJudgment of the Ten Rulers of Afterlife - Journey of the Wicker BasketKama RūpāstraKama SammohanaKazikli Bey (Berserker) • Kazikli Bey (Lancer) • Knight of OwnerKur Kigal Irkalla
LaevateinLa Féerie d'une NuitLa Grâce Fille NoëlLa Grondement Du HaineLa Grosse TourLapithai CaeneusLauda Lentum Domus IllustriusLa Mort EspoirLaus Saint ClaudiusLe Rêve EnsoleilléLet Us Walk Together Through Our LandLeviathan Melt PurgeLie Like VortigernLike a Soaring DragonLonginus Count ZeroLoptr LaegjarnLord CamelotLord ChaldeasLord Hachitendo of Hakuro Castle's Hundred DemonsLordless CamelotLumino-Calibur
Mac an LuinMaelstrom - Evil Spirit Left MinisterMagna Voluisse MagnumMahāpralayaMahākāla ShaktiManual of AccusationMärchen Meines LebensMara ŚūnyatāMarital Vows of Rainbow Skirts and Feather RobesMarvelous ExploitsMata HariMathematical Malignant AnnihilateMechanical Illusionary Method - Bull SwallowingMelammu DingirMetabole PigletsMeteor SnegurochkaMikottoMold CamelotMoles NecessrieMonte Cristo MythologieMoralltachMountainous Power and Matchless ValorMount Ooe - Enlightened Oni SlayerMultitude of Colors - Providential Oni PoisonMy Red Mead
Nahin DengeNamaḥ Samantavajrānāṃ HāṃNammu DurankiNightingale PledgeNine LivesNine Lives - RomaNirmānnarati - Heaven's FoamNoah's ArkNobunaga THE Rock 'n' RollNo Second StrikeNursery RhymeO' Dragon, Conquer the Expanses of WadatsumiOar Wooden SwordOchd Deug OdinOgre TranceOkuni Repertoire - Kabuki of the Izumo Wild GodOṃ Ālolik SvāhāOne Shot, My LoveOnikiri YasutsunaOnly For KillingOnyx TaurosOptateshke OkimunpeOpulence of Sunlight and CatnapOrchid Rounds XOrion HórkosOrtygia Amore MioOutrage AmazonOx-King Storm Call - The Inescapable Net of Heaven
Pain BreakerPale Blue DotPandemonium CetusPāpīyas MetamorphosisPashupataPeerless in Swordsmanship - Zen and the Sword As OnePèlerinage du TemplePer Aspera Ad AstraPhantasm PunishmentPhantom MaidenPhoton RayPhoebus CatastrophePiedra Del SolPohjola FimbulPoseidon MaelstromPoseidon BlessingPrelati's SpellbookPrince Lanling in BattlePrisma☆Splash Rainbow!Prydwen Tube RidingPure Land of MicePygmalion Chisel OutPygmalion Chisel Out
Qliphoth RhizomeQuetzalcoatlQueen Anne's RevengeQuintett FeuerRagnarök LífþrasirRamesseum TentyrisRapid-fire OrtygiaRed FormRequiem for DeathResurrection Fraught HadesRêve de DurandalRhongomyniadRoadless CamelotRoncevaux OlifantRound of AvalonRule Breaker
Saint War OrderSamadhi Through Transforming FlamesSanat KumaraSanat Kumara WheelSanta Maria - Drop AnchorSaraswati MeltoutSea Serpent Storm BlueSecaceSecace MorganSecret-CaliburSecret-MyniadSentinel StellarisSerment de DurandalSettlement SwordSfyrí tou TálosSha Nagba ImuruShimabara HellShinsengumiŚakra's VajraShooting Star OrtygiaSibuxiangSix Realms Five Rings - The Divine Figure of KurikaraSix Secret Teachings and Three Strategies - Noble Demon King's Great Feather FanSkewered Plasma BladeSmile of the SthenoSneferu Iteru NileSnegleta SnegurochkaSong of GrailSong of Selfless LoyaltySotoori Hime - Spider's DemeanourSpace Dead Man's HandSpinster HabetrotStar of CalamitySudarshan Chakra YamarajSumerki KremlinSuzume GaeshiSvanhvítSwitch On - AirgetlámSword of BoudicaSword of ParacelsusSystem Keraunos
Taisu AwakenThe Tale of Genji - Aoi - MononokeThe Tale of Genji - Kiritsubo - PartingTarasqueTauropolos Skia ThermokrasiaTeardrop Photon RayTengu's Feather Fan - Sudden GaleTestarossa MaidenTheodosios ConstantinosThermopylae EnomotiaThe Domination BeginningThe Dynamics of an AsteroidThe Greatest Hits - "Calling Agape"The Pilgrimage of the Five Hundred ArhatThirty-six Views of Mount FujiThree EnigmasThundererTicktock BombA Tour of the Waterfalls of the ProvincesTrichiliocosmTriple-Linked Crane WingsTrishula ShaktiTri-star Amore MioTriste Suave Alonso QuijanoTroias TragōidiaTroia HipposTroia VelosTrojan ReinforceTsago Degi NaleyaTsubame GaeshiTsumukari MuramasaTunguska Nine DriveTwin Arm - Big CrunchTwo-Pronged Formation
Uisce BeathaUnderthrow Freeze SinkerUnlimited Lost WorksUnspeakable FormationUnreturning FormationUomo UniversaleUraeus AstrapeValiente Asalto Dedicado a la PrincesaVendredi TreizeVijñaptimātratā: Mystic Eyes of Death PerceptionVijñaptimātratā: Mystic Eyes of DistortionVishnu BhujaViy Viy ViyVR Shinkage-ryuu Hidden Art - Tomoe's Abyssal Solar BladeVölkermord FeuerdracheVulcano CaligoranteVyākaraṇa - Buddha of Glorious Sandalwood
Wandering Tales of Shana-oh (Eye of Shiva - Detecting the Six Secret TeachingsUsumidori - Short Steps With The Heavenly BladeBenkei - Steadfast PositionDan-no-Ura - Eight-Boat LeapHoemaru - Spider SlayerKikenjō - Icicle Cutting) • White Shaft SpearWicker ManWinning ArkaputraWish Upon a StarWorld Faith DominationWry Rhyme GoodfellowXiuhcoatlYew BowYucatán Regalo de NavidadZabaniya(Delusional HeartbeatZeus FunderZmei GorynychZveri - Krestnyy KhodZweite Schiessen
Abu el-Hol SphinxBab-iluBrynhild KomediaBrynhild RomantiaDangerous GameEnkiExcalibur ProtoGae Bolg OriginKibisisMantleMesektetMirror shieldRamesseum TentyrisStellaWinged sandalsZabaniya: Delusional Poison Body
Fate/strange Fake Age of BabylonExcaliburFrom HellGrand Dictionnaire de CuisineGrand IllusionGoddess of WarKing's OrderMusketeers' MasqueradeNatural Born KillersNine LivesReincarnation PandoraRounds of LionheartUnknown‎ (Gilgamesh) • Unknown (Hippolyta) • Zabaniya: Phantasmal Pedigree (Febrile InspirationIchor of ReverieMeditative SensitivityRaving Shadow Flash)
Fate/kaleid Apneic BeautyArrow Protection AmuletAuthoritarian PersonalismCrown UndertakerFake Nine LivesHades's Cap of InvisibilityIg-AlimaMjölnirNameless Class CardsNinth PrayerSul-saganaThe Heavens are Born from the EarthTrue Nine LivesShadow Hand of CodeZabaniya: Dead Heartbeat Melody
Capsule Servant Curly Hair Sword AntennaLaser ExcaliburStarlight Champs-Élysées
Fate/KOHA-ACE Boneless ManChild of the SunCoat of OathsDemon King of the Sixth HeavenFierce Tiger Forcibly Climbs a MountainFlag of SincerityGod Spear, No Second StrikeGolden Demon Realm ZIPANGLightless, Three-Stage ThrustLike A Soaring DragonMaxwell's DemonSunomata CastleSword HuntThree Line FormationTranscendent Dazzling Castle of the Sun
Fate/Requiem Autumn Leaf ViewingFlying DutchmanGalahad Alter's Second SwordHannibal Barca's Noble PhantasmLa Grosse TourLonginusPale Blue DotSword of the Strange Hangings
Other BrionacBoomelancerCú Chulainn's CastleHazankenHecatic WheelHoly GrailGungnirUnlimited Bla Gáe Bolg Gandr Works Excalibur