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    “Repurposed Fragmentary Offshoot”

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    "They say that the Saber class is supposed to be the most powerful, I'm sorry but you'll find me nothing but a disappointment."


    Source: (X)

    Class: Saber
    Alignment: True Neutral
    Region: Greece, Classical Mythology

    Height/Weight: 178cm/60kg
    Likes: Mother, Love
    Dislikes: Irrelevance… supposedly, Father
    Talent: Animal care – particularly snakes and horses
    Natural Enemy: Heracles
    Attribute: Earth
    Traits: Divine. Female, Humanoid, Servant
    Armament: Sword, Armour

    Parameters:

    STR: B
    END: C
    AGI: D
    MGI: D
    LCK: D
    NP: C

    Class Skills:

    Magic Resistance: B

    Grants protection against magical effects. Differing from the Resistance effect that merely rejects Magical Energy, this ability cancels the spells altogether. Mixed blood from monster and god both, Saber can cancel spells with a chant below three verses. Even if targeted by High-Thaumaturgy and Greater Rituals, it is difficult for her to be affected.

    Riding: B

    Denoting the ability to ride mounts and vehicles. Most animals can be handled with above average skill regardless of era. Saber possesses no anecdotes of riding anything but being a sibling of the Pegasus has resulted in an elevated rank gained due to an affinity with animals, primarily horses.

    Personal Skills:

    Divinity: D

    The measure of whether one has Divine Spirit aptitude or not. At high levels, one is treated as a mixed race of a Divine Spirit, and the level declines when the Heroic Spirit's own rank as a Monster or Demonic Beast raises. It can also decrease due to one's dislike for the gods. Those who have A Rank Divinity or above has reached the Throne of Gods. It also has an effect which reduces special defensive values called 'purge defence' in proportion to the Divinity's Rank. It can break through Skills such as Protection of the Faith and Enlightenment of the Sacred Fig.

    As a child of Poseidon, Saber would typically possess a higher rank but her monstrous blood from her mother, the Gorgon herself, has granted the skill a Rank Down in effectiveness. If is as effective as one who is ‘merely descended’ from gods rather than the direct offspring of them.

    Mystic Eyes: C

    A Skill where one has possession of Mystic Eyes, capable of imparting magical effects upon a subject and interfering with the outside world. They can be said to be a "curse of the gods sealed by the powers of shrines."

    Saber has inherited possession of Mystic Eyes of the highest level, 'Cybele' the Mystic Eyes of Petrification, albeit at a significantly reduced power. Unconditionally petrifies those with Rank E Mana or lower and even those with D Rank Mana can be petrified if they are negligent. Those with Rank C or higher won’t be petrified, but will sustain 'pressure' from the Eyes and receive one Rank-Down to all parameters. The entire body of the target will be affected, including clothing and weaponry, "killing them while alive" as they are turned to stone. The ability is viable in petrifying a group of enemies, but it would not be useful against significant number as it is not an ‘Anti-Army’ technique. The amount of energy it uses is comparable to also fighting them off with a Noble Phantasms, so it would quickly drain her faster than simply fighting them off in melee combat.

    Natural Body: B

    The possession of a perfect body as a living being since birth. Being born through a ‘higher’ birth – springing from the neck of Medusa, Saber can temporarily rank up her STR. Furthermore, no matter how many calories she ingests, her body shape will not change.

    Sea of Life: D+

    A skill that reflects the meaning of the phrase "the ocean is where all life is born", being born from the ocean and existing as something to create monsters. To adapt and survive. It confers the effects of Battle Continuation and Self Modification.

    This is a digression but if Saber were to breed with another one has a chance to impregnate her partner or be impregnated regardless of otherwise compatibility. After intercourse, the pregnancy would come to fruition after a few hours with the offspring bearing mixed traits of both parents. The offspring would be more powerful depending on the partner in question. Although not as legendary as Pasiphae and the Minotaur, Saber impregnated a woman and sired a three-headed giant that was later killed by Heracles.

    Noble Phantasms

    He Who Has a Golden Sword
    Chrysaor


    Type: Anti-Unit
    Rank: C
    Range: 1-3
    Maximum Targets: 1

    The Noble Phantasm of Saber, also her namesake. It is not an item she gained during life but instead literally born with it forged with her body and magical energy. It is akin to Ichor, the golden blood of the Gods and is in truth, her own golden blood. She can focus the golden blood in her veins and possesses prehensile control over it, she can release it from her body and use it like a sword, manifest whip-like tendrils, forge armour or release it all from in the form of blades and spikes from her body.
    When used in conjuncture with her Divine Monster skill, she is capable of manipulating her body to adapt to any situation.

    Shining Monstrous Boar
    Chrysó Theío Téras


    Type: Anti-Army (Self)
    Rank: B+
    Range: 0
    Maximum Targets: 1

    A Noble Phantasm based on the accounts where Saber was not a human but a golden winged boar.

    It is a cursed Noble Phantasm that grants the power of the Monstrous Beast to the user, becoming the ‘Monstrous Human’ and all her parameters rise with the exception of Luck. She gains the equivalent of A-rank Mad Enhancement, Mana Burst and other skills depending on the environment. During this brief period, she continually grows animalistic aspects out of her body whether it is wings, fangs, claws, scales etc due these conflated legends where she was a divine boar. Additionally what appears to be ‘Armour’ on her even in her passive state is just the way she has morphed her body mostly. The power is gained in exchange for losing her reason, and it can be possible to even become unable to discern friend from foe – making her akin to an out of control Berserker making it poor use for the traditional Holy Grail War.

    An ability oddly similar to a certain Huntress of Arcadia where she taps into her latent potential as a monster that opposes humanity.





    Biography

    Chrysaor translating to “He who has a golden sword", the twin of the winged horse Pegasus, was often depicted as a young human, sometimes a giant or ever a winged boar She was the child of Poseidon and the Gorgon. Chrysaor and Pegasus were born when Perseus chopped off the Gorgon's head and emerged from the stump when the blood mixed with the ocean. Gaining some fame as a hero, she later became the King of Iberia and married Callirrhoe, daughter of Oceanus, and fathered a three headed giant who was later killed by Heracles.

    Inheriting traits of the monster and the divine, she had abilities that would aid her in threatening humanity (birthing monsters) and being a hero (becoming a king in her own right) however she did not have true potential to succeed in either. She wasn’t a monster and she wasn’t even really a particularly good hero, born mediocre she lived and died accordingly.


    Character

    Unlike someone expected to be a hero, much of her life went unrecorded, as such, Chrysaor does not remember much about her life at all. However given her lineage she still feels she has much to live up to.

    As a result she gives off a persona of a loud rambunctious, flirtatious confident warrior – everything expected that a ‘Hero’ of her time should be – and everything she isn’t. She’d much rather just sit in a corner and read a good book but feels as if she is compelled to be ‘greater’ and acts in a way she hates. She’s envious of other hero’s fame and glory but on the other hand she doesn’t actually like them and finds most utterly insufferable, finding refuge that she is nothing like them. Therefore she’s much like a nerdy child pretending to like sports such as football so her father won’t be ashamed to have her, according to her own perception.

    Her mother however is another matter entirely. A goddess who was perfect and hunted for being perfect and became a monster to protect those she cared about and killed for it. It’s a tragic tale that makes her cry every time. She says she wants to be ‘The World’s Greatest Hero’ but in truth she just wants to see her mother. Apparently that’s too much to ask for though.

    As a side note, although she keeps this side to herself, she can be incredibly lewd and really enjoys the physical act of love – her libido rivalling even the Eternal Lady of Ireland - though she prefers acts that she knows won’t end in pregnancy as offspring are Monstrous Beasts and come to term within days. Should she be forcibly summoned in the Berserker class, she could perhaps even rival the fearsome Pasiphaë.

    Relationships

    Medusa (Any form):
    “I’ve only a faint recollection, but could it be? After all this time have I finally found you mother?!”

    Actually meeting her Mother, despite it being her wish would send Chrysaor into a fit of tears or a panic attack. She never met her and heard great yet terrible things about her mother none the less. Despite the fact that Chrysaor was born from the monstrous aspect – Gorgon – she can only see the godly goodness of Medusa, telling her how happy she was to meet her after all this time. Regardless of the incarnation, she would hold a very pure affection towards her mother. Should they be forced to kill one another in the event of them both being summoned in the Holy Grail War… it would break her.

    Stheno and Euryale:
    "You're... my aunts? Sorry but I don't see the resemblance."

    Despite the familiar connection, they have little in common. The aunts are short and Chrysaor is tall. The aunts are cold and she can be warm, the aunts are Goddesses that are not compatible with humans yet Chrysaor is anything but. She doesn't feel the same connection to them as she does to her mother and doesn't feel much of a need too as to her; they're cold and self centred bullies. Chrysaor would only see Stheno and Euryale when it was absolutely needed like holidays and the like. Doesn't mean she has to like it though.

    She questions 'Uncle' Asterios' taste but doesn't have the strength to say anything to his face, he's just too nice.


    Perseus:
    “Hello there, my handsome brother. You’ve grown so big since I last saw you. No, not you frail man, I was speaking to the fine stead. Now get going before I stab you in the thorax.”

    Perseus is the slayer of Medusa, so naturally she hates him. In fact, Chrysaor will even go as far to call him her “nemesis”. She will refuse to ally herself with him and despite the fact looking upon him face makes her stomach churn, she is willing to be in the same room as him without looking over her shoulder every second. However her brother Pegasus is with him so he can’t be all that bad.

    Heracles:
    “…Don’t you have a few innocent civilians to mindlessly slaughter?”

    Dislike. The famed hero killed her child; one doesn’t exactly get over that.



    Creators Notes:
    Unorthodox and a bit dull in comparison admitedly but there's nothing on the character so I took what was already there, Nasu'd it up a bit and rolled with it. I also figured I'd post it now as I can't think of adding anything else without it ending up unwieldy Any suggestions are cool
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    I never noticed how camila can look like rider. Nice sheet, the first NP is very creative. I wonder how she would interact with her aunts or with asterios


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    Quote Originally Posted by the god of world-0 View Post
    I never noticed how camila can look like rider. Nice sheet, the first NP is very creative. I wonder how she would interact with her aunts or with asterios
    Thanks! Also added that section in as well.
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    Chrysaor: The body horror for her NPs is pretty cool. Definitely better then the concepts I went with for my own Chrysaor sheet.

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    "Are you so weak that you must beg the useless Gods for help? Only your own strength will save you from my spear!"



    Class: Lancer

    True Name: Parthenopeus

    Alignment: Chaotic Neutral

    Parameters:

    Strength: B
    Endurance: D+
    Agility: A
    Mana: B
    Luck: D
    Noble Phantasm: B


    Skills

    Class Skills:

    Magic Resistance: C
    Grants protection against magical effects. At this rank, spells with a chant below two verses are nullified. Cannot defend against magecraft on the level of High-Thaumaturgy and Greater Rituals. Not a particularly high rank, but neither a low level of defense. Although he never dealt with many magi, Lancer still lived during the Age of Gods. For someone of his swiftness, this level of protection is decent enough.

    Personal Skills:

    Bravery: C-
    The ability to negate mental interference such as pressure, confusion and fascination. It also has the bonus effect of increasing melee damage. In Lancer's case, however, the term foolhardiness might be more accurate. In battle, he may occasionally ignore his Master's orders or throw away caution if he perceives an opportunity.

    Crossing Arcadia: C
    A Skill that allows for quickly moving over the field of battle. At this rank, obstacles and interceptions can be avoided, but skilled enemies can stop Lancer in his tracks. At birth, Lancer was left on Mount Parthenius and rescued by a shepherd, along with another abandoned baby named Telephus. The two lived in the paradisiac wilderness of Arcadia and it's a mere coincidence that Lancer shares this Skill with his mother. In the battlefield, Lancer will swiftly rush towards the main target and quickly take them out, paying no heed to the common soldiers unable to even see his blurring figure.

    Protection of the Goddess: B
    A Skill that demonstrates the divine protection of a Goddess. In Lancer's case, it's Artemis. To protect him from danger, she covered him in ambrosia when he was still little. Endurance receives a + modifier, but it doesn't apply when facing Servants with B-ranked Divine Constructs or Divinity.

    Rosy-Cheeked Adonis: D
    The disposition as a pretty boy who charms people. A fascination magic-like effect that works on both men and women, but one can abate it so long there is a will to resist. Complete evasion by means of a Magic Resistance Skill is possible. The rank is lower due to Lancer's dislike for this Skill. As he grew, Lancer gained an unnatural and outstanding beauty; it's the result of the Goddess Aphrodite's spite: even after those who offended her have received their punishment, she still pettily ruins their son's life.



    Noble Phantasms

    Liontári Kynigoú: Unseen End of the Hunt
    Type: Anti-Unit
    Rank: B/A

    Lancer's spear was originally a dozen of enchanted arrows gifted to him by the Goddess Artemis. The arrows were the same ones the Goddess of the Hunt used: they were infallible and would always seek out their prey as long as their user willed it.

    However, Artemis was the one who had unleashed the Calydonian Boar and had indirectly killed a certain hero beloved by a certain huntress, causing unnecessary grief to his mother. Lancer was unable to overlook that and decided to spit upon a Goddess' gift by smelting the arrowheads and forging a spear.

    Lancer wielded it for the rest of his life. He considers it more sacred than the Gods, though due to his dislike towards them that's not too hard of an achievement. Although the arrows lost the "chasing" effect after losing their original shape, the spear still retains two passive effects: a "blur" effect and the negation of Divinity.

    Liontári Kynigoú is not invisible, but it doesn't register to anyone's senses other than Lancer's. Even if it can be seen or touched, they can only perceive that Lancer is "wielding something" but not the shape or length; attempting to gauge these two by clashing weapons is useless as all senses are barred from perceiving the spear. However, when the spear's tip or shaft is about to hit the target (normally half a meter away), the "blurring" effect temporarily vanishes, allowing the opponent to react accordingly. For most Servants it's not something that would decide the outcome of a fight, but it makes close-quarters combat with Lancer quite irritating, prompting them to attempt to defeat him from a safer distance.

    Liontári Kynigoú ignores divine protections. Against a Servant who is tougher due to a Skill related to their Divinity or when faced with defensive Noble Phantasms of divine nature, the spear can bypass such resistances as long as they are of B-Rank or below. Lancer displayed this ability in his legend when he killed a mighty Theban warrior whose armour was enhanced by Zeus himself.

    By calling the spear's true name and throwing it, part of its original power bestowed by the Goddess Artemis can be temporarily retrieved. A spear is a spear regardless of how it's used, but hurling it simulates an arrow in flight.

    Liontári Kynigoú is raised by one rank and becomes an "arrow of light" constantly chasing after the target while retaining the two above-mentioned effects. It won't stop seeking its prey regardless of distance and if repelled it will simply come back. However, while mana consumption per second isn't particularly high, leaving the Noble Phantasm active for too long would quickly drain Lancer of his reserves. Moreover, Lancer would be weaponless and will only be able to buy time if suddenly ambushed by another Servant.



    Lore and Background

    The son of the Virgin Huntress Atalanta and the man who defeated her through underhanded tricks, Hippomenes.

    Atalanta would marry only someone who could win against her in a footrace. Hippomenes was aware of her speed and requested Aphrodite's help: he was granted three irresistible golden apples and by using them to distract Atalanta, he beat her and became her husband. However, perhaps distracted by victory or due to simple ingratitude, Hippomenes did not pay tribute to the Goddess. Angered, she cursed the two with lust and forced them to make love in a temple of Zeus. As a punishment, they were turned into lions.

    Atalanta unknowingly became pregnant and, before she became a lion, her son was taken by Aphrodite when he was still in the womb. The Goddess abandoned the baby on Mount Parthenius and gave him animal ears and eyes to make it known that he was indeed Atalanta's son and therefore the living proof that she had broken her vow of chastity.

    The baby was meant to grow up as a human beast and shame his mother's name for eternity. However, the Goddess of the Hunt Artemis intervened and guided a shepherd to the boy's location. He was given the name Parthenopeus and was raised alongside his adoptive brother Telephus, another child who had been abandoned in the same location.

    Their adoptive father was a simple man, a poor shepherd who lived simply and frugally. He had little, but the two were happy to hunt in the forest and earn their food. However, during a festival to venerate the Gods, the shepherd was the only one in the village with nothing to offer.

    Then, the Goddess Aphrodite appeared. She kindly told him that she would show mercy and merely demand the lives of the two boys he had adopted. After all, they were nothing more than parasites who made his struggles harder than necessary, weren't they? The shepherd refused to pay such a tribute and decided to give up his own flesh instead.

    The villagers were surprised, but did not weep. Parthenopeus and Telephus were furious and developed feelings of hate for the arrogant and dismissive Gods, especially after the former learned of his true origins and Aphrodite's involvement.

    The Goddess Artemis took a liking to Parthenopeus. She regretted her follower Atalanta's fate and decided to take care of her son. Secretly, she covered him in ambrosia to boost his longevity, but this only upset the boy, angered that the Gods were still meddling with his life. To appease him, she gifted him magical arrows from her own quiver, only for Parthenopeus to melt them down and craft a spear.

    Parthenopeus was still an immature and quick-tempered child; he could only glare at the shocked Artemis. To show his scorn and disdain, he reminded the Goddess of her role in the Calydonian Boar Hunt, that she had indirectly killed Meleager and had made his mother Atalanta cry.

    "If you wish to make me happy, never show up in front of me again!"

    Artemis complied. Years passed and the two boys became young men, both skilled with the spear. Although Parthenopeus had been informed of his birth and parents, Telephus was still ignorant of why he had been abandoned on the mountain. They left Partheni, their village, and consulted an oracle, who told Telephus that if he wished to meet his mother he must head to Mysia and fight for King Theuthras against Idas, a past member of the Argonauts.

    And so they did. Idas found the two young warriors familiar, but couldn't understand why before he was defeated and driven off. King Theuthras rewarded Telephus with the hand of his adopted daughter Auge, but the woman recognized him. Indeed, she was his mother and the almighty Heracles was his father.

    Mother and son were now reunited, but Telephus felt that it was over too soon. He had hoped that he could travel with his adopted brother for years, share adventures and bask in glory and honor. Even after King Theuthras made him prince and thus his successor for the throne, he was still hesitant. Parthenopeus began to leave and before his best friend could join, the son of Atalanta refused: "You have found your happiness, but I must still seek mine. Let us meet again when we have something to brag about!"

    As a parting gift, Telephus forged for his brother a shield depicting his mother Atalanta slaying the Calydonian Boar. Parthenopeus travelled all over Greece. He made love with the nymph Clymene and unknowingly fathered a son called Promachus before being persuaded to join king Adrastus, along six other warriors, in a succession war against Thebes.

    The night before the battle, the Goddess Artemis appeared before him once again. Although the fresh rage that had dominated his thoughts years ago was now gone, he remained cautious. The Goddess of the Hunt pleaded for the young man to not participate: "You are too young for war." However, he did not listen.

    The young man dominated the battlefield with his wild and swift fighting style. After being assigned with the assault on the Electran Gates, he swiftly rushed past the enemy army to immediately take down the commander Actor. He easily defeated him, but couldn't land the finishing blow when he was interrupted by Periclymenus and Amphidicus. The latter almost incapacitated Parthenopeus by hitting his head with several large rocks, but he persisted and pushed them back.

    The son of Atalanta was unaware that the Goddess Artemis was secretly aiding him. Even after the words of hate he had directed at her years ago, she still wished for the boy to have a peaceful life and realize the horror of the battlefield. Parthenopeus was reckless and over-confident, challenging dozens of enemies at once and angering the Theban army; at this rate, his death would be only a matter of time.

    Then Aphrodite interfered again. Almost two decades had passed, but a Goddess' spite was indeed an ugly and terrifying thing. Ares, instigated by his lover, wounded Artemis and made her retreat from the battlefield while Aphrodite charmed a powerful warrior to focus all his murderous attention on Parthenopeus.

    This warrior was Dryas, a descendant of Orion, the only man who had been once loved by Artemis. Dryas, controlled by Aphrodite and empowered by Ares, surpassed his human limits and hurled his javelin with monstrous strength, punching through Parthenopeus's shield and piercing the hero's chest. Ironically, the protege of Artemis died by the hands of her lover Orion's descendant.

    The son of Atalanta perished on the battlefield, unable to reunite with his friend Telephus. Perhaps, after all, it was just like Artemis had said: he was too young for war.



    Personality

    A rebel spirit who does what his heart dictates. Having been raised by a shepherd and then having lived with his brother Telephus in the wilderness of Arcadia, riches and luxury do not appeal to him. While Telephus had always been curious about it "I wonder how a king lives...", Parthenopeus was completely uninterested and felt satisfied with the simple life of the forest.

    He despises the Gods immensely. It is understandable, as they did nothing but ruin not only his life but his parents' as well. He would gladly kill Aphrodite, who never showed love towards humans despite her title, but dislikes even the relatively benevolent ones like Artemis. Even if his mother Atalanta worshipped her, the Goddess of the Hunt was still as fickle as other deities and would casually kill mortals if displeased.

    His younger years were characterized by constant rage towards them. In fact, Parthenopeus' "rebel spirit" sprouts from his wish to be independent and free to shape his own destiny, one that couldn't be touched by the Gods who had always meddled with his life.

    Although his hate for the Gods has never disappeared, he understands that Artemis saved his life several times and deserves some gratitude; however, it's still at the level where he expects her to do something that will disappoint him.

    The reason he finds joy in the battlefield is not out of a desire to seek glory; what is seemingly bloodthirstiness is simply eagerness to prove himself. The ambrosia that Artemis spread on his skin undoubtedly made him tougher, therefore he hones his skills so that none may claim that the source of his strength is not his own. However, his talent and youth together birthed cockiness and it was due to this over-confidence that he died. As a Servant, he acts much more carefully to avoid a repeat performance.

    He can't forgive submissive people who follow the masses even if they know it's wrong. The villagers of Partheni, who bowed their heads like pathetic mongrels, did not attempt to save his adoptive father and never wept for him; they were content with a meaningless existence in which superior beings stepped upon them, demanded tributes and gave nothing in return. Essentially, bootlickers who would gladly push someone off a cliff to save their own hide.

    He is arrogant and at times rather insensitive. It takes time to get used to him, but until then he can be pretty hard to deal with unless one is equipped with a great deal of patience.

    Depending on the circumstances, he can be asolutely ruthless. If it's on the battlefield, even children and old women won't be spared... though that's only in theory since he didn't take part in many wars. After all, he was too young for them.



    Relationships

    Atalanta: "Mother, is it? Your tales did not do you justice. Just being your son makes me proud. I must honor you: for starters, here are the pelts of seventy boars..."
    The admiration and respect he feels for Atalanta is such that even his normally arrogant and insensitive attitude would be undetectable. He idolizes her as a symbol of independence who, despite being a woman, won against the bias and surpassed countless men at their own game. For Atalanta, who never knew of her son until she became a Heroic Spirit, "spoiling him" would be a massive understatement: she will pamper him and put on a harsh facade, only to constantly praise him when he isn't around to overhear. However, it's even worse than the tunnel view she has in regards to children and she might eventually believe that he can't do wrong despite his rather annoying personality.

    Artemis: "I was prepared for you to act in a disappointing manner, but I didn't anticipate that your very existence would disappoint me. Did Ares hit you in the head or something...?"
    The Virgin Goddess looked after him and protected him, but she's a God so it's hopeless. Or rather, the form she materialized in is despair-inducing. She was, at the very least, the only Goddess he was willing to respect, but the stupid romantic standing before him is even worse in some ways.

    Ishtar: "Gods are the worst, after all. Unsurprisingly, it's always a Goddess of Love."
    A Goddess who felt insulted by a hero and killed someone dear to him. Ishtar and Aphrodite share the same childishness, which is why he will never consider her an ally. News of her death would bring a smile to his face.

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    Another somewhat vague classical figure in a row after mine but I gotta say you're off to a great start here Fabuzer.
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    Seriously, the guy's on a roll. Good job.
    The Act of dozing off in the afternoon is a luxury indeed.
    Coffee would be nice, though.

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    caster of wine

    Is it me or was there a increase in greek servants lately? Well, no problem, i was wanting to do some people anyway


    Caster: Semele

    Str:E, End:C, Agi:E
    Mna:A, Lck:D, Np:EX
    Gender: female
    Height: 160 cm
    Weight: 55 kg
    Place of origin: greace
    Armament: thyrsus
    Likes: rainy days, honest people, her son
    Deslike: jealous people, liars, hot days
    Talents: drink making, house duties
    Natural enemies: hera

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    Item construction(D): caster was not a magus in life and as such, cannot produce magical items. Thanks to her son's favor however, she becomes able to produce almost any kind of beverage with maestry.

    Territory creation(A): This skill allows the user to effectively mark an area as their domain, which increases their abilities while within it. At A-rank, allows creation of a 'Temple'. While she did not know much of magecraft, her possition as a priestess of zeus allows for such a deed

    Affection of the gods(A): Caster has the love of zeus as a woman and of dionysus as a mother. This skill grants a increase in stats, protection to eletric and mental attacks.

    Divinity(B): the daugther of a minor goddess, caster was also celebrated as a minor goddess after her death.

    Blessing of alcohol(A): an skill that allows the recovery of health and mana through the consumption of alcoholic drinks at the price of lowering cognitive functions

    Promise unbroken(A): a powerful bonding skill that makes so any promises made to caster must be fulfilled, in a similar way to curse. However, only when the promise is cleary made. The skill will not activate unless caster hears the words "i promise".

    Noble phantasm

    Anthesteria: the jars are open, festival of madness (anti-square: A):
    A noble phantasm representing caster's role as the mother of the god of madness and named after the sacred festival in dionysus honor. It is a divine curse/bless that channels the god's power into the space around her, as seem in the purple flames that manifest on her surrounds.
    When its name is called, a bounded field is form around the whole location caster is pressent, any one in this area will become incapable of rational thinking and act on instinct only. Those with protection against mental attacks will have a degree of resistence in accordance to the level of said protection.
    There is a cost to the activation of the field, but once manifested, the noble phantasm will become self-sustain and stay active for even three days. Originaly this skill also allow to comunication with the souls of the dead, but she cannot use this way.

    Chrysi astrapi: divine splendor at its full (anti-mortals: A+):
    Caster's last resort, the reproduction of the power who was her last vision.
    This noble phantasm is the full power of the greek god of lightning, when called, caster's own body becomes a beam of golden power that ascends to heaven. Anyone pressent will evaporate unless they have Divinity or Divine protection at rank-A or higher.
    It is a ultimate attack that is sure to take the enemy at the cost of Caster's own life, she also cannot control who is affected by it, and it will destroy both enemies and allies

    Backstory: Caster is Semele, the daughter of the Boeotian hero Cadmus and Harmonia and the mortal mother of Dionysus by Zeus. She was a priestess on the temple of Zeus and he became in love with her.
    However, Hera, Zeus wife, became jealous and planned her demise
    Hera disguise herself and planted the seed of doubt in Semele and then tricked her into asking Zeus to show his truth form.
    The reluctant god did as she asked, a mortal, However, cannot bear such sight, and Semele was incinerated

    Personality: Caster is a sweet woman. she is tender but strict and one can feel the motherly affection that flows from her gestures, she is especialy found of orphans, as one of her great regreats was not be able to raise her son.
    She is also very gullible, but you must know, one thing that she hates are lies, and while its easy to trick her, once she realizes she will hardly forgive you.
    Despite being sweet most of the time, it does not take a lot of alcohol for her to lose composure, and she can become very wild
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    I don't think the second NP is EX rank stuff, I think you should rework it so it functions more like Pashupata but that's just my thoughts on the matter.
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    I dont know, its the full power of a very high divine spirit, i cant see it been less than EX


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    Quetzalcoatl has two A rank NP's and her EX ranked is around solar winds which trump lighting IMO, Ishtar who is a much older Goddess throws the whole concept of Venus at someone and that's A++.
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    Just what Hermes said, Pashupata is Shiva's Divine Construct and it's ranked A+, and Shiva is the highest deity in Hinduism (alongside the 2 other gods). Odin is clearly the highest deity in Norse mythos, but in Fate verse, it was stated that Gungnir is shittier than Gae Bolg in term of shear power, a B rank NP. There is also Photon Ray, there is also Artemis's Love NPs, there is Also Ishtar's Venus attack and Guggalana summon, which most of them are very powerful (especially the Pashupata and Guggalana one) in description yet not ranked EX Rank.

    The point is, you didn't get an EX Rank NP on virtue being a Divine Spirit, but you get an EX Rank NP on virtue being 'unquantifiable'.
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    I still think EX is the way to go, because both of those are seem to be limited by something, there no limitation here, its the equivalente of a divine spirit origem taking shape on the physical world

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    Wait, i thought the " unquantifiable" thing was bs.


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    Quote Originally Posted by the god of world-0 View Post
    I still think EX is the way to go, because both of those are seem to be limited by something, there no limitation here, its the equivalente of a divine spirit origem taking shape on the physical world
    I hate to devolve into powerlevel discussions but older=more strunk. Older gods (Shiva, Ishtar) are at their top tier and at lower ranks (A+, A++ etc). Also other Greek Divine Spirits (Artemis, Stheno and Euryale) clock in at 'A+' and 'B' with their full power NP's. Besides this is Semele who has the NP and not Zeus so she wouldn't be at the same level as him. If you still wanna stick by this, I'd recommend Stella's rank of B++.

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    Wait, i thought the " unquantifiable" thing was bs.
    Nope, that's still the meaning. Always has been.
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    This whole thing its a mess, but i guess thats nasu for you
    I'll change to A+

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    Any opinions on rest of the sheet?

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    Wait a minute, system kenauros is EX.


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    System Kenauros could provide free electricity to the entire world forever

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    I just remembered that Parthenopeus was one of the Seven Against Thebes. How do you think he'd interact with my Tydeus?

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    I just dont get it, the reproduction of zeus lighting is rank EX, but the real is not?


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    Quote Originally Posted by the god of world-0 View Post
    I just dont get it, the reproduction of zeus lighting is rank EX, but the real is not?
    Tesla's NP isn't just a "reproduction", it's the feat of bringing the lightning of Zeus down to mankind sublimated into a Noble Phantasm.

    I don't know about you, but that strikes me as a bit more impressive then anything Semele did.

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