Gilgamesh isn't even a magus he can't qualify as he's not the Greatest Caster Heroic Spirit of his Era. He even says that he's just pretending to be a Magus

"Why do I pretend to be a mage? I'll tell you why. It's a deliberate provocation. You could say I'm sneering at someone. ...At that Grand Caster, of course! These eyes see right through him!"

Not to mention that he himself says that he's not a Grand.--Ramesses the Sun King (talk) 12:23, December 31, 2018 (UTC)

For the record, its Archer Gilgamesh who says he isn't a Grand, Caster Gil says nothing on the subject and is the one who has the Clairvoyance requirement. I think the best we should do is note that Caster Gil has the requirements mentioned but whether he is one is unstated.--Otherarrow (talk) 19:22, December 31, 2018 (UTC)

Not really, Clairvoyance is one of the requirements to be the greatest magus, and Gilgamesh isn't a magus as he himself states. If we are going to say that Gilgamesh does have the Clairvoyance needed we at least need to note that he isn't a magus and that Grand Casters have Clairvoyance because it's a requirement to be considered the best magus of their era.--Ramesses the Sun King (talk) 15:28, January 1, 2019 (UTC)

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