Gilgamesh (ギルガメッシュ, Girugamesshu?) is a non-classed Servant available to be chosen by Hakuno Kishinami in Fate/EXTRA CCC. When traversing to the Near Side in Fate/EXTELLA, he gains the same Archer-class classification as his counterpart that appears in Fate/stay night.
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Gilgamesh, whose True Name is not concealed by a class designation, is unable to exist on the Near Side of the Moon Cell due to his strength, so he is only able to exist within the Far Side. He simply passes away the time sleeping due to nothing being able to exist there, but his physical body awakens with BB's restructuring of the Far Side.
He is offended when people think his height is more normal than expected. He believes that there is no excessive flesh and weight, ever since he was born.
His response to his three sizes, he claims to possess a golden body; befitting the golden king. It is far too beautiful for others to see, but if you desire him to cast off, bring forth a command seal.
He likes wearing golden colour underwear.
- Golden Armor (黄金の甲冑, Kogane no Katchū?): Default attire for CCC. Same design as that of Fate/Stay Night.
- Modern Costume of Volupté (愉悦の現代衣装, Yuetsu no Gendai Ishō?): After being called the Lord of the Night by Hakuno while in these clothes, he is at first, offended, then takes a liking to the phrase and forgives them.
- Excited Swimmer (わくわくすいまー, Wakuwaku Suimā?): The clothes that the child Gilgamesh wore in Fate/Hollow Ataraxia. Even though he himself seems to prefer Speedos, this swimsuit is unique in that it is the most "normal" of those that the Servants in CCC wear.
- Genesis Mythology Mystic Code (原初の神話礼装, Gensho no Shinwa Reisō?): The clothes that Gilgamesh wore in Fate/Hollow Ataraxia after unleashing his full power.
- Beautiful Body of Attraction and Adoration (賛美せよ魅惑の肉美?)
- Immoral Rider Jacket (背徳のライダージャケット?) - His clothing in Unlimited Blade Works (route).
Gilgamesh's personality is heavily influenced by the era into which he is summoned. The world, his property, of Fate/stay night was sullied by the consumption society of the early 2000s, so he was in a worse mood overall. He has taken a liking to the virtual world of 2032, so his personality is more stable and closer to how it was during life. Arco Wada says he reminds her of Gilgamesh in Fate/hollow ataraxia. He still displays his normal self-centered traits, but Nasu wished to show that there is more to his character than that. He has no particular interest in the events within SE.RA.PH, and decides to simply do as he pleases. This later changes when he personally declared that the fight against BB has also become his battle.
Gilgamesh holds no romantic feelings for his Master, and he even goes as far to ask the female version "Who is the man you want to be held by?" for entertainment. He believes that there can be nothing else between a man and a woman. He restricts it to the Student Council members, but he will be annoyed if he is chosen instead. He takes it as a given that he is already the obvious choice, so it is useless in staving off boredom. He says it was unavoidable due to being exposed to his aura at such proximity and forgives her, but also completely rejects her, mentioning that she is four thousand years too early for him. He prefers "a noble maiden", "a virgin", and "a flower that blooms in the plain" was his type during his childhood. He is often referred to as AUO, based on the Japanese pronunciation of King of Heroes (英雄王, Eiyū-Ō?).
He believes that he has no weakness and has no faults. He likes to take pleasure trips, no matter what kind of age it is. He cannot cease wandering around the land. Well, he did sleep until I returned to level one though.
Can You Chat with the King of Heroes?Edit
Can You Chat with the King of Heroes? (英雄王と、お話できるかな？, Eiyū-Ō to, Ohanashi dekiru ka na??) is a game on the Fate/EXTRA CCC site that involves speaking with Gilgamesh. The player is an unknown presence that has caused the spirit particles to become restless and disturb Gilgamesh's peace in the Chimeric Lunar Sea in the Far Side of the Moon Cell. After being awoken, he mentions that the area should be the territory of nil, meaning that none should be able to trespass. The player has choices to pick different dialogue options to attempt to converse with him, but, depending on his mood, he may simply repeatedly kill the nuisance instead.
He does not acknowledge the player at first, simply calling them a noise and killing them for three days. They resurrect and return each time, so he eventually acknowledges their apparent desire to be killed by him and decides to play along with them. Finally acknowledging them as a "mongrel", he attempts to have them establish a better connection, but they fail, leaving him to do it himself and kill them in the process. He begins to enjoy the process of killing and letting them revive, but the player's lack of knowledge of him angers him.
After finally learning about him, he is pleased that the player has "learned their place." If he is called the King of Knights, he is angered, but also says it has a resonance about it that makes him want to be introduced to the one who holds the title. Their daily talks continue, bringing up the Holy Grail War and having the player humiliate themselves trying to appease him. He tells the player to serve him tea as a favor of finding a task for them, but there is a disruption in the Moon Cell the next day after he prepares his golden tea set.
He attempt to have them resume the task the next day, but cuts the conversation short after realizing that the player is not a magus. He takes an interest in the happenings with the player, noting that such a thing is normally impossible. He tries to establish a connection, but he can only test the receptive capacity and kill the player. After they resurrect, he notes that they are connected even though the player's soul cannot be etherized. The connection between them starts to break, causing him to realize the cause of the situation.
After finding out about the Far Side being restructured, he reveals that the eighteen days of transmissions only took less than a microsecond from the Moon Cell's perspective. That restructuring is responsible for the player interacting with him, feeling human corruption and appetition from the malignant information invading the area. The final day arrives, and Gilgamesh almost draws Enkidu on the player while musing over the possibility of their immortality stemming from being a god. He praises their earnestness, despite their denseness, by recognizing them as one of his subjects.
He becomes able to foresee events yet to pass due to the scattering of spirit particles by the Moon Cell as the Far Side goes through cycles through disintegration and reconstruction. He sees the end of the player being swallowed into nothingness and vanishing without a trace. He says that they are not a magus, but the desire to withstand the deep may allow their voice to reach him on the Far Side of the Moon.
Unlike the other Servants that travel with Hakuno to the Far Side after having contracted with them in the Holy Grail War, Gilgamesh cannot travel to the Near Side to participate and resides only within the Far Side. Hakuno had been contracted with a Berserker-class Servant beforehand, but the contract was severed somehow before emerging on the Far Side and encountering Gilgamesh.
While drifting in the space of imaginary numbers in the Far Side of the Moon, Hakuno encounters Gilgamesh in a weakened state. Gilgamesh tells Hakuno, who was frightened by the presence of an "absolute being", that he/she does not have the permission to look upon, question, or speak with him. He is, however, impressed by Hakuno's desire to survive despite having nothing left, and tells Hakuno to "offer him his/her wisdom" as a second chance to life. Being completely forbidden to interact with Gilgamesh in every way, Hakuno uses all of his/her command seals to allow each of the above. Amused with his seemingly illogical actions, Gilgamesh decides to become Hakuno's Servant; however, he proclaims himself to be merely an observer in Hakuno's journey, and not an ally who would risk himself for his Master.
In Chapter Sakura: Bad End, Gilgamesh's amnesic half protects Hakuno from BB's program despite having no memories of him/her. He is pleased by Hakuno's pure, brazen desire to reclaim Gilgamesh at the cost of his/her own life, asking who would save such a wretched being if not himself. After he is released from his seal, Gilgamesh easily dispatches the program with his Noble Phantasm and declares Hakuno's fight to now be his own.
Gilgamesh's ending features Hakuno returning to the Near Side of the Moon to take part in the Holy Grail War of Fate/EXTRA, forgetting the preceding events with Gilgamesh and being unable to recall the Servant they have contracted. They find Gilgamesh sitting nude in their room, remembering the Far Side and filled with surprise at his existence because he was supposed to be limited only to the Far Side. He simply says "I broke that rule." It then proceeds to the deletion of Hakuno's data at the end of the Holy Grail War, but Gilgamesh instead insults the Moon Cell, takes Hakuno, and decides to head out for "any planet with intelligent life and an emphasis on consumption and progress." They end up on a planet 1,500 light years away from Earth.
Gilgamesh returns as a selectable playable character. He is the self-declared second in command of Altera's party fighting alongside Altera, Jeanne d'Arc, and Iskandar. He appears from the Far Side and, after testing Altera's strength, joins her supposedly to repay a debt his father owes her for sparing his life during the descent of Sefar. However, he is implied to have memories of Hakuno from the events that transpired in Fate/EXTRA CCC and his true reason for joining Altera is to protect Hakuno.
Gilgamesh defends Mare Carcer against Nero Claudius's forces, but Nero defeats him.
During Altera's invasion of SE.RA.PH, Gilgamesh destroyed one of Tamamo no Mae's territories guarded by Karna. Afterwards, he returned to his base in Mare Origo where he bombarded Mare Luxuria. However his base is soon invaded by Tamamo's forces, and he is defeated by Tamamo. He later helps defend Mare Carcer, where he's again defeated.
Gilgamesh appears from the Far Side upon sensing an instability in the Zero Dark. Arriving in Mare Carcer, he interrupts Altera and Jeanne's duel with his Gate of Babylon. He mocks Jeanne for being too weak to fight while commending Altera for still being able to fight. He reveals how he crossed the Far Side's boundary into the Zero Dark upon sensing an instability there. Altera deduces his True Name, recognizing his scent being from an ancient civilization. Gilgamesh reveals he knows Altera's former identity as Sefar, and demands she prove to him her legend, older than his, are true. He fights Altera, but he becomes bored that she is holding back by not transforming into Sefar. Altera answers she refuses to let go a memory of her walking the earth in her current form, who fight to leave something behind, instead of being of pure destruction. Seeing she refuses to transform, Gilgamesh launches a poisonous sword to force her to. Hakuno cures the poison though, and Gilgamesh and Altera fight once again, which ends in a standstill. Gilgamesh reveals to Altera how she, as Sefar, spared his father before he was born, and made the gods swear a debt to her. He decides to join her to repay that debt, and confirms Hakuno's suspicions he has merely testing Altera. He declares himself as Altera's second-in command, though he refuses to follow her orders. He then leaves telling Altera to find her own path if she wishes to continue being a hero. Jeanne asks him why he chose to work under Velber to destroy the world. He leaves her to contemplate whether to follow her duty to Moon Cell, or her own passions.
After Altera returns to the cavern upon returning from defending Mare Origo from Tamamo's army, Gilgamesh confronts Hakuno in the throne room. He asks them how they feel about now knowing that they're merely the Body of the original Hakuno, without a Mind or a Soul. He notes the revelation doesn't faze them given their situation. He continues Hakuno always prioritized what's currently happening before them, and took what they thought was the best path towards that priority no matter how difficult. He then leaves after telling Hakuno to always remain resolute.
After Altera returns to the cavern upon returning from conquering Mare Mellum, Hakuno finds Gilgamesh sitting on the Altera's throne. He inquires if they were intimidated by Altera after witnessing her true power as Sefar. Seeing they now understand Altera's true power, he mocks them for believing they were the Master of a Heroic Spirit. Pointing out Altera's absence, Gilgamesh tells Hakuno to seize the opportunity to run away and beg Nero for help; Something he states the original Hakuno would do. Hakuno however refuses to leave, so Gilgamesh tells them to dismiss his words. He continues he would've never appointed himself second-in-command if they were the type to run away. He then explains he didn't become second-in-command to help Altera, but to watch over Hakuno's actions for his amusement. He tells Hakuno all their fates will be up to them before leaving.
When Altera invades Mare Aurum, Gilgamesh reports the Zero Dark's core is being interfering with. He realizes Nero's forces are preparing to invade Mare Carcer, and tells Altera to stop Gawain. Later, when Altera arrives in Mare Carcer to stop Nero's invasion, Gilgamesh reports Nero and Archimedes are currently in the throne room with the intent to seize Hakuno. Altera asks him how long it'll take for them to hack into the cavern, to which he answers it won't be long given they have both the Regalia and an engineer.
Gilgamesh later ambushes Archimedes when he tries to extort the Regalia from Altera by torturing Hakuno after she killed Nero. He mocks Archimedes for his arrogance, and calls him the greatest of fools. He attacks him again, which Archimedes failes to block completely. Archimedes reminds Gilgamesh of his people's debt to Altera, but Gilgamesh replies he only joined Altera for Hakuno's sake. That being the case, he is thus still technically under Altera's contract, since he's yet to save her. Archimedes calls his argument illogical, but Gilgamesh calls it royal whimsy that Archimedes will never understand. Ignoring Altera's attempts to thank him, Gilgamesh leaves her and Hakuno to finish things.
Gilgamesh with Jeanne helps Iskandar fight against Nero's forces in Mare Origo, but they're both defeated. Gilgamesh later watches the fight between Nero and Iskandar from a distance. He contemplates killing both Hakuno and Nero if the fight fails to amuse. Jeanne contacts him to ask if he's serious, but he ignores her. She then asks him why he joined Altera, as he wasn't summoned by Moon Cell, so she cannot perceive a reason for him to intervene with Velber. Gilgamesh thinks she's joking, but she insists she isn't. He then explains how he came from the Far Side after sensing an awakening in the Zero Dark to intervene in the battle against Sefar. Sensing the battle against Sefar will come to an end, he wonders what will come afterwards, as neither he nor Jeanne can perceive it. The next day, Jeanne and Gilgamesh help defend Mare Carcer, but they're defeated again.
Gilgamesh is different from regular Heroic Spirits in that he is not confined to a single class. He was manifested as a Servant like other Heroic Spirits, but his power was too great for the goal of “participate in the Holy Grail War held by the Moon Cell.” The Moon Cell does not want the "strongest Master", but rather the "last surviving Master." It considered that the winner would have been decided from the beginning if he had participated, so he was not allowed to enter and sealed away. He personally claims to have entered the Far Side willingly due to finding the tournament format too diluted and sculpted compared to the seven magi melee on which it was based, lacking betrayal, artifice, or fruitless exertions. Despite that claim, he cannot actually leave through his own will without many constraints being placed upon him. During his ending, he "shatters the rule" of not existing on the Near Side, but it costs him ninety percent of his treasury.
Due to the long time he spent sleeping on the Far Side, citing it as "a time approaching eternity" due to the Far Side's nature, he "returned to level one." While his soul was unaffected, his abilities and strength were dulled and tarnished through his peaceful sleep, unlike other Servants who would lose themselves while only being able to desperately cling to consciousness to prevent deletion. All of his stats are E rank, but unlike Hakuno's other Servants, his Noble Phantasm is not sealed. He claims that Ea, considered to be his main Noble Phantasm under the Moon Cell system, is always available to him, but that he will not use it due to Hakuno not being able to handle it and the lack of worthy opponents. Only when he decides that Hakuno's battle is his own does he allow for it to be used, though he would have unsealed it instantly had any of the Alter Egos been derived from the hated Ishtar. He does claim that his Potion of youth could potentially restore his power, but decides that it is Hakuno's duty to rehabilitate his body.
Gilgamesh displays the use of Gate of Babylon in battle, and along with raining down swords, he draws a number of different weapons in close combat, including swords similar in shape to Enki, a golden axe, and a black and gold drill-shaped weapon. He uses Enkidu, to stun opponents, and a minor usage of Ea as skills.
- Loose the Winds (風を放つ, Kaze wo Hanatsu?) is an attack with one of the swords similar to Enki, charging at the enemy with great speed and slashing.
- Clear the Storm (嵐を払う, Arashi wo Harau?) is an attack with the golden axe, similarly charging, chopping down, and performing a spinning swing that shatters space.
- Enurta's Ash Oil (エヌルタの灰油, Enuruta no Haiabura?) increases his strength temporarily.
- Kishar: Right of the King (王律権・キシャル, Ō Tadashi Ken Kisharu?) reduces damage taken for 4 actions including the one in which this is used.
- Damkina: Right of the King (王律権・ダムキナ, Ō Tadashi Ken Damukina?) restores magical energy.
- Enkidu: Chains of Heaven (天の鎖, Ten no Kusari?) deals magic damage and stuns for two turns.
- Gate of Babylon: King's Treasure (王の財宝, Ō no Zaihō?) deals magic damage and stuns.
- Sword of Rupture, Ea (乖離剣・エア, Kairi Ken Ea?) deals physical damage. Condition: You must be below 30% health.
- Enuma Elish: The Star of Creation that Split Heaven and Earth (天地乖離す開闢の星, Tenchi Kairisu Kaibyaku no Hoshi?) instantly defeats the opponent. Conditions: At least 5 turns must have passed and the opponent must be below 30% health.
- The passive skills Golden Ratio (黄金率, Kogane Ritsu?) and Collector (コレクター, Korekutā?) grant more Sakurament after battle and increase the chance of finding items after battle.
Gilgamesh's technique to expose Lancer's third SG is A.U.O. Cast Off (英雄王・キャストオフ, Eiyū-Ō Kyasuto Ofu?), a way for him to cut loose and hear the "lovely voices of miserable girls" that are "an instrument to be played by the king." Removing his clothing, he exposes his naked body, a thing of supreme beauty surpassing the most perfect diamonds in the world and having great effect upon virginal young girls like her. As he poses provocatively and calls for her to stare fervently at him if she is truly accustomed to such, it is super effective against her and allows for her SG to be captured. Though his plan was for her to be entranced by his glory and surrender herself, she instead runs away, possibly because he was too beautiful even for one who pursues beauty and showed too great a difference between them. Rani decides to delete the last five minutes from the council room’s records, and Hakuno decides to forever ignore whether it was a serious ploy or just to tease Lancer.
Creation and ConceptionEdit
Kinoko Nasu felt that, while pondering what class to place Gilgamesh in, he didn't require a class because "there's no need to constrain [Gil] like that anymore." The original test version he played of the game made the character extremely "broken" gameplay-wise, causing him to be described as "hax mode" on the Servant selection screen. He doesn't know if that will be the final design choice, or if they will adjust the power balance.
AUO Cast-Off was created for fun while during scenario production, and they had originally planned to use his swimsuit model to accomplish the task by focusing the camera on his upper torso and revealing only a bit of skin. It turned out Kunimitsu of the modeling team had, “off the clock, spontaneously”, made several models including a nude Gilgamesh model to Nasu's surprise.
- ↑ 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 1.11 1.12 1.13 1.14 1.15 1.16
 Fate/EXTRA material - SERVANT Parameter and Skills: SERVANT GILGAMESH, p.019
- Master: Main protagonist
- Identity: Gilgamesh
- Gender: Male
- Height, Weight: 182cm/68kg
- Alignment：Chaotic Good
- Strength: B
- Endurance: B
- Agility: B
- Mana: A
- Luck: A
- Noble Phantasm: EX
■ Independent Action: EX
■ Golden Rule : A
■ Divinity: B (A+)
■ Collector: EX
■ Enuma Elish: The Star of Creation that Split Heaven and Earth
Range: 1 ~ 999
Maximum number of targets: 1000 people
英雄王の蔵にないものがあるとすれば、それは“新人類が生み出す、まったく新しい概念によるもの” “他天体の知的生命体による文明技術によるもの” のどちらかとなる。
- Master: Main protagonist
- ↑ 2.00 2.01 2.02 2.03 2.04 2.05 2.06 2.07 2.08 2.09 2.10 2.11 2.12 2.13 2.14 2.15 2.16 Fate/EXTELLA Material - Gilgamesh, p.010
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.8
 Fate/EXTRA material - Character Profile: Gilgamesh, p.054
- Height: 182cm
- Weight: 68kg
- Blood type: Unknown
- Birthday: Unknown
- Image Color: Gold
- Talent: Golden rule
- Likes: Himself, Power
- Dislikes: Himself, Snakes
- Natural enemy: None
- 身長: １８２ｃｍ
- 体重: ６８ｋｇ
- 血液型: 不明
- 誕生日: 不明
- イメージカラー: 金
- 特技: 黄金律
- 好きなもの: 自分・権力
- 嫌いなもの: 自分・蛇
- 天敵: なし
- Height: 182cm
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 4.7 4.8 4.9 Encyclopedia/Fate/EXTRA CCC
 Fate/EXTRA material - Encyclopedia: Gilgamesh [Servant], p.175-176
A main Servant who was added for CCC.
Humanity’s most ancient hero, and a demigod who, B.C., ruled the Sumerian city-state of Uruk.
Ruthless and unfeeling. A tyrant who heeds not the opinions of others and lives by his standards alone.
Like Red Archer, I’ve expounded exhaustively on this guy in plenty already, so there’s nothing in particular that needs to be said.
Though some details were tweaked slightly for Extra, he’s basically the same Gil we all know.
An extraordinary Heroic Spirit who flaunts his ornate golden armor and throws around his superabundant wealth of treasures like they grow on trees or something.
His nature is Chaotic Good.
A cold-blooded tyrant, and a hero who had sought and enjoyed all manners of treasures and pleasures.
Though capricious and temperamental, he does not (generally) kill someone simply because he is in a foul temper.
When he kills a person, it is either because that someone’s soul is abominable, or because that person has become an enemy of his.
King and sentencer who weighs both good and evil equally.
To him, a life is only “that which will die this moment” or “that which will one day die.”
A being who is recognized by Gilgamesh as “a life that must die this moment” will be slain, even if a sage.
“So in the end it has nothing to do with rules or conditions and just depends on what he feels like that day?!”
This kind of reaction is understandable, but that is what a king is.
Whether astute judgment synonymous to the truth of the universe,
or misrule during a drunken stupor,
if he is the one to implement it, it would become the indisputable adjudication of the king.
Such is the absolute sovereign.
Though some see him as similar to Iskandar in their egocentricity, the greatest difference between the two is that Gilgamesh has no need of vassals.
Gilgamesh is a king who, from start to end, reigns by means of only “himself.” What he loves are “treasures” and “tools,” while a “person” is no more than that which must one day perish.
……No matter how worthy of love he may acknowledge that to be.
Considering CCC’s themes, women’s issues can’t be avoided. Gil’s type is a “noble maiden.” (Ko-Gil’s is a “wildflower.”)
He dislikes women who are dependent on men and yet would make use of men. In other words, he dislikes “womanlike” women.
Though the Moon Cell had reconstructed and manifested him as a Servant, unable to control him, it sealed him in the Far Side of the Moon.
As Gilgamesh himself hadn’t seen much point in the Holy Grail War, he made himself a bedchamber in the darkness (malevolent information), and dozed to dreams of degeneration.
Although he’d been lazily savoring his splendid isolation of aiding none and needing none, since he found the ramblings of the fool (the protagonist) who fell into Hell kind of amusing,
he woke and stuck his nose into the protagonist’s affairs for a little bit, thus setting off the chain of events for his route.
Because he’d been napping in Hell for a near infinite amount of time, both his mind and body have completely rusted.
Just when you think he finally won’t be so cocksure of himself this time around, it turns out that that’s his default status to begin with. ←new!
But his Noble Phantasm wreaks an insane amount of damage, so I’m honestly kind of worried about the game balance of the latter half of the game right now.
The battle flow might turn into something terrible like Gil-sama attacks → the enemy dies!
Though such is the AUO, being an allied Servant, surely he will someday come to mutual trust with the protagonist and, along with light conversation, unlock his SGs.
Additionally, because he is not incarnated in Extraverse, he is not affected by the nature of the era’s civilization. In CCC, one may occasionally catch glimpses of the more personal sides of a neutral Gilgamesh from the era of the epic.
- ↑ 6.0 6.1 Encyclopedia/Fate/EXTRA CCC
- ↑ Interview summary: "Apparently Gil's personality is heavily influenced by the era he's summoned into. He was a jerk in FSN because the world (his property) was being sullied by the consumption society of the early 2000s, which rubbed him the wrong way. He's taken a liking to the virtual world of 2032, though, so his personality is more stable and closer to how he actually was in life. Wada says he reminds her a little of Hollow Ataraxia Gil."
- ↑ もちろん冷酷で、"我様" なところはそのままですが、「こいつはひどいヤツだけど、同時にすごいヤツなんだ」というノリで突き進んで います。
- ↑ TYPE-MOON Ace 8 Fate/EXTRA CCC Nasu and Takeuchi interviews - Pages 11-12, 39-43
 Fate/EXTRA material - Encyclopedia: AUO Cast-Off [Other], p.163 [T]
AUO Cast-Off [Other]
This is the thing of supreme beauty that Gilgamesh exposes in the fifth chapter.
While writing the script I got excited about the prospect of including a cast-off (nude) scene in the game. One of the staff suggested, “For this scene let’s have Gil in his swimsuit, and then keep the camera directed up high so we only show bare skin in order to trick the players.”
But then another staffer piped up, “Huh? You need a nude shot of Gil right? We already have one done you know.” It made me feel like I was late to the party.
After that we discovered that some staff had randomly made some extra costumes for the female protagonist outside of work hours including a swimsuit version, gym uniform and even tights. Of course we happily put them all into the game. I want to give a big thanks to Kunimitsu-san from the 3D modeling team. Thanks to you, from the second week onwards in game the protagonist is undoubtedly qualified as a pervert.
- Can You Chat with the King of Heroes?
- Can You Chat with the King of Heroes? translation and video archive
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