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    Quote Originally Posted by the god of world-0 View Post
    WHAT is the classification to be a ruler?
    They have to be impartial and have no desire for the Holy Grail before being summoned.

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    I feel that ver little people fit this especifications

    and i realy feel that we have a LINK

    here is a list of my servant sheets(that anybody care...)

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    Also being a saint helps
    Quote Originally Posted by Sandstorm77 View Post
    He's just putting the bone of his sword into other people until it explodes and lets out parts of him inside them.

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    The saint thing is like writers being casters and pirates being riders, right?

    and i realy feel that we have a LINK

    here is a list of my servant sheets(that anybody care...)

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    The saint thing is more a naive outsider's generalization that Saints are supposed to be objectively nice people or something.

    There also seems to be more then a little confusion between Christian and Buddhist doctrine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Theoneandonlyz View Post
    There also seems to be more then a little confusion between Christian and Buddhist doctrine.
    Yeah, the idea of saints as 'impartial' definitely feels like an Eastern idea to me. Actual Christian saints were rarely anything of the sort.

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    why the hell every time I post, the sheet always became a giant unreadable mess? I had even make sure to preview it several times....

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    Hippolytus

    Virbius


    Class : Rider
    Identity : Hippolytus, Consort of Artemis (Virbius, King of the Grove)
    Origin : Classical Mythology
    Alignment : Lawful (True) Neutral

    Personality
    PERSONALITY
    As Hippolytus, Rider is an intelligent, calculating but somewhat zealous and hypocritical man, he is very passionate and open about his devotion and love to Artemis and is often a bit offensive towards women that is not Artemis, aside from because his vow of celibacy to Artemis, this is also because Rider as Hippolytus never had any positive experience with any women and Artemis is the only woman he could truly honor and revere. Aside from this vice, Rider is usually very polite and friendly.

    As Virbius, Rider’s personality doesn’t change that much, he is still very devoted to Artemis, but his resentment towards woman has been lessened somewhat due to the companionship of the Nymph Aegeria, who he treated as a mother figure, someone he never truly had in his life as Hippolytus. He also becomes somewhat cynical and solitary as Virbius.

    Likes : Artemis, hunting, moon festival, (forest, botany)
    Dislikes : Women that is not Artemis, Aphrodite, (horse, deforestation)
    Talents : Hunting, camping, rejecting confessions (cultivation)
    Natural Enemies : Aphrodite, (Paul Bunyan)
    Summoning Catalyst : A wooden piece from his destroyed chariot


    Legend
    LEGEND
    HIPPOLYTUS, the Joseph of classical literature, a son of Theseus and Hippolyté, or, according to others, of Theseus and Antiopé. Theseus, after the death of his first wife, married Phaedra, the daughter of Minos and sister of Ariadné. This princess was seized with a criminal affection for the son of the Amazon, an affection produced by the wrath of Aphrodité against Hippolytus for neglecting her divinity and for devoting himself solely to the service of Artemis; or else against Phaedra as the daughter of Pasiphaë (q.v.). During the absence of Theseus, the queen made advances to her step-son, which were indignantly rejected. Filled with fear and hate, on the return of her husband she accused Hippolytus of an attempt on her honour. Without giving the youth an opportunity of clearing himself, the monarch, calling to mind that Poseidon had promised him the accomplishment of any three wishes that he might form, cursed and implored destruction on his son from the god.

    As Hippolytus, leaving Troezen, was driving his chariot along the seashore, a monster, sent by Poseidon from the deep, terrified his horses; they burst away in fury, heedless of their driver, dashed the chariot to pieces, and dragged along Hippolytus, entangled in the reins, until he died. Phaedra ended her days by her own hand; and Theseus, when too late, learned the innocence of his son. Euripides has founded his tragedy, Hippolytus, on this subject, but the legend assumes a somewhat different shape with him. According to the plot of his play, Phaedra hangs herself in despair when she finds that she is slighted by her step-son, and Theseus, on his return from his travels, finds, when taking down her corpse, a writing attached to it, in which Phaedra accused Hippolytus of having attempted her honour. According to another legend, Aesculapius restored Hippolytus to life, and Artemis transported him, under the name of Virbius, to Italy, where he was worshipped in the grove of Aricia. (See Virbius; Apollod. iii.10.3.) The story of Hippolytus forms the subject of a play by Euripides with that title, of a Latin tragedy by Seneca, and the Phèdre of Racine.

    VIRBIUS, an old Italian divinity, associated with the worship of Diana at Aricia (see Diana). Under Greek influence, he was identified with Hippolytus, who after he had been trampled to death by the horses of Poseidon was restored to life by Asclepius and removed by Artemis to the grove at Aricia, which horses were not allowed to enter. Virbius was the oldest priest of Diana, the first "king of the grove" (Rex Nemorensis). He is said to have established the rule that any candidate for the office should meet and slay in single combat its holder at the time, who always went about armed with a drawn sword in anticipation of the struggle. Candidates had further to be fugitives (probably slaves), and as a preliminary had to break off a bough from a specified tree. By the eponymous nymph Aricia, Virbius had a son of the same name, who fought on the side of the Rutulian Turnus against Aeneas. It is also said that Virbius didn’t had a son with the nymph of Aricia because the vow of chastity he had sworn to the goddess Artemis or Diana, instead, he himself was the one that fought against Aenas by the order of the nymph of Aricia.

    J. G. Frazer formerly held Virbius to be a wood and tree spirit, to whom horses, in which form tree spirits were often represented, were offered in sacrifice. His identification with Hippolytus and the manner of the latter's death would explain the exclusion of horses from his grove. This spirit might easily be confounded with the sun, whose power was supposed to be stored up in the warmthgiving tree. Sauer (in Roscher's Lexikon) also identifies Hippolytus with the "health-giving sun," and Virbius with a healing god akin to Asclepius. Frazer's latest view is that he is the old cult associate of Diana of Aricia (to whom he is related as Attis to Cybele or Adonis to Venus), the mythical predecessor or archetype of the kings of the grove. This grove was probably an oak grove, and the oak being sacred to Jupiter, the king of the grove (and consequently Virbius) was a local form of Jupiter. A. B. Cook suggests that he may be the god of the stream of Nemi.


    PARAMETERS
    STR : C (B)
    END : D (C)
    AGI : C+ (B+)
    MGI : C+ (A+)
    LCK : E (C)
    NP : EX

    CLASS SKILLS
    Riding : A (A+)
    A Class Skill of Rider and Saber class Servants, denoting the ability to ride mounts and vehicles. As Hippolytus, Rider's Riding skill is already high as the result of his devotion to the way of the hunt in the honor of the goddess Artemis. At this rank, All vehicles and all creatures but those of Phantasmal Beast and Divine Beast-rank can be used as mounts.

    After Rider transformed into the Virbius, the King of the Groves, his Riding skill rises to A+, which allows him to ride all kinds of vehicles or creatures, even those of Phantasmal Beast and Divine Beast can be used as mounts, with the exception of the Dragonkind and a self-imposed exception that restrict himself from using horses.

    "Oh, oh! Accursed steeds, that mine own hand did feed, ye have been my ruin and my death."
    --Hippolytus

    Magic Resistance : C (B)
    A skill that grants protection against magical effects. Differing from the Resistance effect that merely rejects Magical Energy, this ability cancels the spells altogether. As Hippolytus, his Magic Resistance can only cancel spells with a chant below two verses and cannot defend against magecraft on the level of High-Thaumaturgy and Greater Rituals.

    Upon becoming Virbius, Rider's Magic Resistance rises to B-rank as the result of the protection he received from the Nymph Aegeria, which allows him to cancel spells with a chant below three verses. Even if targeted by High-Thaumaturgy and Greater Rituals, it is difficult for him to be affected.

    PERSONAL SKILLS
    Divinity : B (A+)
    A skill that is 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 a god. It also has an effect which reduces special defensive values called 'purge defense' in proportion to the Divinity's Rank. It can break through Skills such as Protection of the Faith and Enlightenment of the Sacred Fig.

    Rider was born as Hippolytus, bastard son of Theseus and Hippolyta, which means that he is the grandson of 2 divine spirits, Ares, the War God and Poseidon, the Sea God, thus granting him high divine spirit aptitude. Upon becoming Vibrius, Deity of the Arician Grove and the Nemian Stream, Rider will undergo a Divine Metamorphosis process which will raise his Divinity to A+ rank.

    Curse (Blessing) of the Sophrosyne : C (B)
    A composite skill that consisted of the C-ranked Love Spot skill, a Mystic Face with the same effect of Charm-type Mystic Eye and also low ranking Mental Pollution. This skill represents the curse that Aphrodite, Goddess of Love, has fallen upon Rider because he refused to revere her and instead vowed celibacy to Artemis, Goddess of the Hunt. As a result, Aphrodite made Phaedra, Rider’s stepmother to fell desperately in love with him, which would later ended in tragedy.

    "But lo! I see the son of Theseus coming hither-Hippolytus, fresh from the labours of the chase. I will get me hence. At his back follows a long train of retainers, in joyous cries of revelry uniting and hymns of praise to Artemis, his goddess; for little he recks that Death hath oped his gates for him, and that this is his last look upon the light."
    --Aphrodite

    After Rider becomes Vibrius, this curse is inverted into a blessing, the blessing that Rider received from Artemis for keeping his vow of celibacy and also from the lock of hair that virgin girls occasionally offered to him before their marriage. The effects of this skill are also altered, instead of Love Spot and Mental Pollution, this skill grants Rider the absoluteness of the soul and body and also the protection from all kinds of mental interferences.

    Curse of Poseidon : B (-)
    A skill that denotes one’s possession of a curse inflicted by the Sea God, Poseidon. This curse reduces Rider’s overall parameters by one rank—except for his already low luck, which instead received a minus modifier—when Rider is in 500 meters proximity from the sea, but in exchange, his Noble Phantasm Ippólytos Tragodía can only be used when this curse’s effects are currently applied to him.

    Rider received this curse from his father, Theseus, which used one out of three wishes he can ask to Poseidon to befall a curse upon his own son, who was accused to had defiled his wife Phaedra, which caused her death. Upon becoming Virbius, this curse is automatically sealed because of the apology and forgiveness he received from his father just before Rider’s death.

    Affection of the Goddess(es)
    : A (EX)
    A Skill that denotes one being loved by a goddess. Rider as Hippolytus was favored and, some say, loved by the Artemis, Goddess of the Hunt, for his dedication to the way of the hunt and his vow of celibacy. This provides Rider a rank-up to all parameters except luck and endurance.

    Hippolytus : "Ah! the fragrance from my goddess wafted! Even in my agony I feel thee near and find relief; she is here in this very place, my goddess Artemis."

    Artemis : "She is, poor sufferer! the goddess thou hast loved the best."

    Hippolytus : "Thou hast none now to lead the hunt or tend thy fane."

    Artemis : "None now; yet e'en in death I love thee still."

    Upon becoming Virbius, Rider will gain 3 plus modifiers for this skill. This is because as Virbius, Rider has gained affections from two Female Deities, the Goddess Artemis—who Rider has dedicated his life to, and in return Artemis also favored him and goes as far as to resurrect him after his death—and the Nymph Aegeria of Aricia, who Artemis has tasked to take care of him and who Rider considered as a mother figure which he never had. These affections provides Rider with provides a significant boost to all parameters except Luck, which is instead increased by 2 ranks.

    Divine Metamorphosis : - (A)
    A Shapeshift Skill in its highest form where one undergoes metamorphosis into a divine deity, a God. Rider manages to achieve this with the help of the Goddess Artemis, who after Rider’s death managed to ‘return’ the Heroic Spirit Hippolytus from the Underworld by tricking Asclepius to resurrect him, which angered Hades and resulted in the God of the Underworld claiming Asclepius’ soul in exchange. Artemis then ‘transformed’ him into the Divine Spirit Virbius after she placed Rider in the sacred Grove of Aricia under the care of the Nymph Aegeria. Rider will obtain this skill after using his Ippólytos Tragodía Noble Phantasm, which also resulted in his Divinity and Magic parameter to be increased to A+.

    Divine Authority : - (A)
    A skill where due to one being a God that rules over a certain domain, their very nature manifests as a Skill. This skill only manifested after Rider has becomes the Divine Spirit Vibrius, the Italian God of the Forest. It bestows several varied effects, but they are not necessarily limited to beneficial things. In Rider's case, this skill bestows him the ability appropriate for a Forest God, which includes the ability to manipulate the growth of the plants.

    Noble Phantasms
    NOBLE PHANTASMS
    Ippólytos Tragodía
    Our Tragedy is The Gods’ Comedy

    Rank : A++
    Type : Anti-Unit, Anti-Unit (Self)
    A Noble Phantasm that manifested as the sublimation of the tragedy that happened throughout Rider’s life, specifically the tragedy that caused his own death, when Poseidon sent a monstrous bull from the depth of the sea which caused Rider’s steed to a frenzied panic that would end Rider’s life as Hippolytus and would later, with the help of Artemis, start his new life as Virbius.

    To activate this Noble Phantasm, Rider must first ‘accept’ the curse he has received from his father, Theseus, the Curse of Poseidon the Sea God, this is done by simply being in the vicinity of 500 meters from the sea. When this condition is fulfilled, Rider may activate this Noble Phantasm, a ‘suicide’ attack that will severely damage the enemies in exchange of killing himself in the process so that the Heroic Spirit Hippolytus can be ‘reborn’ as the Divine Spirit Virbius.

    Upon activation, Rider will ride his chariot Noble Phantasm. From the chariot, numerous horse reins made of divine-power-infused chains will appear as Rider charged forward towards his target. The chains will bind both Rider and a target, and as they’re bound, an eldritch bull monster from the depth of the sea will emerge, sending the horses of the chariot to the state of frenzied panic, becoming maddened savage beasts that wildly rampages around the area, causing destroying the chariot to pieces and causing destruction on anything on their path while also dragging and trampling Rider and the unfortunate target with them as they caused as many destruction as possible. In the aftermath, the eldritch bull will vanish as if it was an illusion, the horses will also vanish with the bull, the enemies will suffer a large amount of damage that may instantly kill them and Rider himself, lay lifeless among the destroyed pieces of his chariot. But that was not all there is for this Noble Phantasm.

    Rider’s body and spiritual core as the Heroic Spirit Hippolytus may have almost been utterly broken, but it was not completely destroyed yet. After some minutes, a new existence will be ‘summoned’. What’s left of Rider’s human body and spiritual core will, with the help of Artemis, undergo a Divine Metamorphosis into the Divine Spirit known as Vibrius, altering his appearance and personality, lifting his Divinity to A+ rank, increasing his Affection of the Goddess to A+++ rank—which also provides a rank up to all his parameters, inverting his Curse of the Sophrosyne to Blessing of the Sophrosyne, sealing his Curse of Poseidon, granting him Divine Authority, boosting his Class Skills, altering his Chariot Noble Phantasm and also giving him a new Noble Phantasm.

    This Noble Phantasm can only be used once and Rider must to go through excruciating pain and agony while using this Noble Phantasm and may also cause destruction to civilian buildings or even a whole town because the horses will trample any and all things that stood in their way. Because of this, Rider as Hippolytus is often against the usage this Noble Phantasm, making the only way to activate this Noble Phantasm by the usage of a Command Spell.

    Árma Ippólytou (Vírviou)
    Beloved (Verdant) Steeds of The Divine Hunt (Grove)

    Rank : C+ (B+)
    Type : Anti-Unit (Anti-Army)
    Rider’s main armament and mount, this Noble Phantasm is the horse-drawn chariot that Rider always used throughout his life as Hippolytus, mainly used for hunting and ceremonial ritual for the Goddess of the Hunt, Artemis. As a result, this mount has received various blessing by the Goddess of the Hunt herself. A chariot that Rider has used to swiftly hunt down any kind of beasts that roamed the land of Troezen in the name of Artemis. Highly effective for a hit-and-run tactic and to hunt down escaping enemy with ease, though this chariot is not suited for an actual combat.

    The true power of this Noble Phantasm can only be shown when it’s night, precisely when the moon is illuminating the earth, as an indication that the sacred hunt of Artemis, Goddess of Hunt, can be commenced. At this time, as long as Rider is mounting his chariot, any attacks, like the thrust of his spear or a shoot from his bow, will be ‘redirected’ by the moonlight, with the chariot functioning as a ‘transmitter’ so that the attack will always hit an enemy that Rider has marked as a ‘target’, as long as they’re exposed to the moonlight. The damage output of the attack that’s ‘redirected’ by the moonlight also multiplies 3 times when it’s full moon.

    The range in which his weapon may hit the target is limited only by Rider’s field of vision and the extend of area that is lit by the moonlight, this means that fighting inside a building will severely limit the power of this Noble Phantasm, and fighting in an open field will be really advantageous for Rider. However, the location in which the attack will be redirected to the target is random and depends on how much the target is exposed to the moonlight, the broader the target is exposed, the more random the attack will hit, but if there’s only a small point of the target that is exposed to the moonlight, then the attack will only hit that point.

    Aside from the chariot itself, this Noble Phantasm also includes several other hunting weapons with the quality equal to E or D ranked Noble Phantasms. They are the weapons that Rider had possessed and mastered throughout his life as Hippolytus. This armament, which has also been blessed by Artemis to inflict more damage on beasts, includes: a bow and arrows, several barbed darts, a hunting spear, several javelins and a couple of hunting hounds that can serve as familiars for Rider.

    After Rider used his Ippólytos Tragodía Noble Phantasm, this chariot Noble Phantasm will be destroyed in the process, but ultimately, after the Heroic Spirit Hippolytus ‘ascended’ into the Divine Spirit Virbius, this Noble Phantasm will be remade and altered into a different but identical Noble Phantasm. The 2 Venetian horses that once drawn this chariot is replaced by 2 white stags, the symbol of Artemis, and the body of the chariot is made out of oak wood that looked as if it has been carved from its tree, symbolizing Virbius as the God of the Forest.

    Just like its original version, this chariot Noble Phantasm isn’t really suited for an actual combat, but is instead really effective for a hit-and-run tactic or for hunting down a fleeing enemy. Rider can also use his authority as the Forest God Vibrius to ‘pave’ a way for the chariot so that it can run through any terrains with virtually no obstructions.

    The true power of this Noble Phantasm can only be displayed on a forest or similar area, when the sun is showering its nutritious light to the plants. At this time, the chariot, with the help of Rider’s authority as the Forest God, obtained the ability to synchronize itself with the surrounding forest, which allows Rider to ‘ride’ the forest itself. The appearance and abilities of this ‘chariot’ heavily depends on what kind of forest or woodland it’s made of. For example, if it’s made of a grove of oak, then the chariot will be a durable and strong giant mass of oaken wood and leaves, drawn by stag-like creature which is also made out of oak trees.

    Rex Nemorensis
    Priest-King of The Sacred Grove

    Rank : EX
    Type : Anti-Army

    "Those trees in whose dim shadow
    The ghastly priest doth reign
    The priest who slew the slayer,
    And shall himself be slain."


    A Noble Phantasm in the form of a Reality Marble that represents the sacred and tranquil grove of Aricia, a place in which Rider was brought by Artemis to be put under the care and protection of the Nymph Aegeria, a place in which Rider received his name as the Forest God Virbius and his title as the King of the Grove.

    This Noble Phantasm requires a really huge amount of magical energies to activate and it is virtually impossible for a normal Master to supply enough magical energy for it without draining his own life force.

    In this grove, located at the northern shore of the lake of Nemi, also known as the “Diana’s Mirror”, Rider also has established a certain rule: the title of 'Priest King' at Nemi can only be held by a person who had obtained that honour by slaying the prior incumbent in a trial by combat, and who could remain at the post only so long as he successfully defended his position against all challengers. However, a successful candidate has first to test his mettle by plucking a golden bough from a certain types of trees in the sacred grove.

    This Reality Marble is a world of sylvan endless forest that represents the sacred grove of Aricia and Rider’s own title as God of the Forest. Among this seemingly endless expanse of trees, there are several streams which lead to a large lake in the center of the forest, representing the Lake of Nemi. At the center of this lake, there’s a small island in which a shrine stood, and in that shrine, lies the true form of the Divine Spirit Virbius. A tree-like creature that vaguely resembles a human figure that Rider was. The root of this ‘tree’ is connected to all trees that exist in the Reality Marble. In a way, it can be said that Rider is ‘riding’ the entire Reality Marble.

    Once anyone is trapped inside this Reality Marble, there can’t be no way out, except if one of them manages to snatch the position of “Priest King of the Grove”. This can be done by simply defeating the current holder of the title, that is, Rider himself. In order to kill the “King of the Woods”, which is personified by Rider himself, it is necessary to first destroy the “Golden Bough” that serves as the ‘core’ of the Forest, this “Golden Bough” is Rider’s heart itself. If the “Golden Bough” is destroyed, then the entire Reality Marble will also cease functioning. As long as the ‘core’ still exist, Rider can repeatedly regenerate his body using the healing power of the sun.

    In this Reality Marble that contained an endless forest, Rider’s authority as the Forest God means that he can freely manipulate these trees, and combined with his other Noble Phantasm, it’s possible for Rider to ‘fuse’ together a large part of the forest as a leviathan structure with Rider himself as its core can be used to overwhelm his enemies with the sheer size of it.

    Inside this Reality Marble where the sun is perpetually shining, the sunlight itself is one of the sources of power that Rider possesses inside this sylvan world. Rider as Virbius is deeply connected to the healing power of the sun, associated with the “health-giving sun” and also the ”sun energy” that’s supposedly stored up inside trees. Because of this, Rider can also utilize the sunlight to automatically ‘heal’ or re-grow destroyed trees. These trees also can store up solar energy inside themselves and Rider can gather and concentrate the solar power inside his own body for a powerful “sunlight beam”.

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    He Who Have No Name- Origin Spiral: Primal Instincts

    well, I don't know if that's allowed, but lets go... (first, sorry for the bad english)

    Servant Avenger
    True name: He Who Have No Name- Origin spiral: Primal Instincts

    Parameters:
    This servant's stats are unacessible. This being surpasses even the throne of heroes, he's close to the Origin Spiral itself, it cannot be measured.

    Aligment: Páthos

    ​Skills: He's older than the gods, so almost all of his skills are untranslatable for the human language, only a few ones are known:

    Morph ???
    The ability to morph himself. This being was a man, who morphed into gods, divine creatures and, certainly, he can transform into a planet.

    Proximity to the Origin, the spiral itself ???
    In his life, he took many apearences, skills and names, leaving sucessors and modificating everything. In other words, most of the things (living and inanimate) have some type of kinship with him.
    He is the origin of many things.

    Immortality ???
    This isn't a blessing or curse of the gods, effect of a magical item neither immortality gained by magical developments,
    The death simply don't accept him.
    In other words, this isn't the ability to stay alive, is the impossibility of dying.
    So, he CAN be defeated, (with the mystical eyes of death perception, for example) but even if this happen, he will only rise again.

    Force flow ???
    The ability to assimilate the force of life itself, getting stronger as the time passes. It's slow, but he lived long enough to surpasses the concept of ''being'' with only his powers.

    Lore:

    Spoiler:
    Long, long ago, the gods ruled the earth
    But long, long before the gods was born from the stars
    Yet long, long before even that, before the stars and most of the concepts, the humans still existed.
    Primitives, close to the most ancient human origin.
    The life was hard for then. There wasn't any tecnology to help, the days was violent and uncertain
    So, one day, a man got tired.
    Tired of the daily violence,
    Tired of the constant hungry,
    Tired of the eternal uncertainity,
    And, to change his life, he sought power.
    After a long and hard journey, he found the most powerful being of that time,
    The death itself.
    So, the reaper asked:
    "Why did you come here? It isn't your time yet"
    "I wish power" answered the man "please,
    unmercyful reaper, give me what I seek"
    "Power? Why do you seek power, bold human?"
    "I wish power to erradicate the hungry, eternal reaper"
    "So you seek bread? Go ask the wheat, unfortunate human"
    "I wish power to stop the violence, dangerous reaper"
    "So you seek peace? Go ask the lance, foolish human"
    "I wish power to grant my future, revered reaper"
    "So you seek sucessors? Go ask the earth, doubthfull human"
    "No...I... I wish power to...
    Survive in this world,
    Cruel reaper"
    "Ah, so you don't seek anything, only your primal instincts... Yes, I will grant your wish"
    Said the death, with a malicious grin
    The man gained enough power to grant all his wishes.
    But, he received immortality too.
    His family and friends died,
    Yet he lived
    His home and land changed,
    Yet he lived
    He got tired of wait for something, so he travelled
    Found numerous places, met many people, loved many womans, forged many legends...
    Yet he lived
    Until he forgot who he was, even his original name
    Yet he lived
    His power increased as the times passed, one day he gained the power to morph
    Morphing his own body, he embodied many heroes, creatures and even gods, forging many legends
    Yet he lived
    So, the time come that he wished the world for himself
    The world was subjugated easily, the earth's throne was his
    Yet he lived
    One day he got tired of the world, and destroyed it
    Yet he lived
    One day, he got tired of the nothingness, and recreated the world
    Yet he lived
    Until he forgot how to think, and stopped his funcions as a living human being
    Yet he lived
    As a pitiful beast, he terrified everyone,
    many sought his destruction
    Yet he lived
    Until he forgot how to breath, and stopped his functions as a living being
    Yet he lived
    Tired of everything, he decided to just observe the world
    Watching all the creation, he saw Gaia and Allaya maintaining the life
    Yet he lived
    Until he forgot how to see and live, and stopped his functions as a being
    Yet he ''lived''
    Becoming only a deformed entity, he surpassed the concept of ''being''
    The forever immortal, ''He Who Have No Name"


    Appearence:

    ''It'' don't have any form, it's only a formless ''cloud''. He can't think or see anymore, it's closer to a natural disaster than a being. Yet, he can still ''talk'',using all the voices that he had during the existence, it's like an infinite and unintelligible coral.
    The power is so great that it distorts reality only by existing, creating cracks in the space that looks like ''tails'' in the cloud.

    Noble phantasm:

    He created many legends, embodied numerous heroes and anti-heroes, but nothing of these legends survived the time. In other words, he had countless Noble Phantasms, but even he forgot then.

    He Who Have No Name aren't dead yet, so he cannot be a heroic spirit, but Allaya can ask for his help at anytime, and he won't refuse. So, may the day come when he appear in some Holy Grail war.
    He do not have any catalists, and his alligment is completely unknown, so summoning him is almost imposible.
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    Ganymede: I'll give you the benefit of the doubt and say maybe it's just convergent evolution, but the flavor-text from his Skills (other then Divinity, obviously) seems to be copied almost verbatim from my own Ganymede sheet. Other then that it's not bad, though. The first NP is fairly creative with how you fleshed out its various effects, even if the other two NPs are mostly stuff I'd seen before in other Ganymede sheets.

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    What would happen if a servant with divinity drink the ambrosia?

    and i realy feel that we have a LINK

    here is a list of my servant sheets(that anybody care...)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ordep View Post
    Ganymede
    Okay where to start.

    Many, many, many a unfortunate mortal caught the amorous eye of Zeus. Ganymede is NOT special in this. So Affection of the Gods EX is way too much. A (maybe even A+ since he arguably got a pretty good deal out of this) might be okay but EX is REALLY overstating things.

    Also "Rank Up once" means increasing a stat by 1. This is not what you did. Agility C to A is 2 ranks, Endurance E to B is 3 ranks, Mana and Luck B to A+ is 2 ranks. These jumps coming off of a single skill is too much.

    So the other example of a degraded divine tool type NP we have is Photon Ray the Sword of Mars. It is A Rank. Having Aetos Dios be A++ Rank after degrading is still a little too much I think, especially considering that Ganymede is essentially just a glorified sommelier.
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    @Ganymede - A pretty good first attempt. Perhaps next time you can flesh out the sheet by adding details about their personality and/or background.

    Personally, I always like to think about what a hero from the distant past would wish upon the Holy Grail for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoydGolden View Post
    Ganymede: I'll give you the benefit of the doubt and say maybe it's just convergent evolution, but the flavor-text from his Skills (other then Divinity, obviously) seems to be copied almost verbatim from my own Ganymede sheet. Other then that it's not bad, though. The first NP is fairly creative with how you fleshed out its various effects, even if the other two NPs are mostly stuff I'd seen before in other Ganymede sheets.
    I have read his legend so many times to find something that can differentiate him, but I have only been able to extract what they had already extracted. In all his legend he only possesses these only three NPs.

    I'm surprised that you have not commented on the parameters, I have the impression that they are not balanced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ordep View Post
    I'm surprised that you have not commented on the parameters, I have the impression that they are not balanced.
    I tend to just skim over parameters but Theoneandonlyz is right that the rank increase seems very unbalanced.

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    Of all the mortals that Zeus lay down, Ganymede was the only one to be presented with immortality. The rest of the gods worshiped him (with the exception of Hera).

    Orion does not have this skill at the highest level? I thought it would be just for the child to own.

    Your desire for the Grail? Perhaps serving Ambrosia to Zeus in the Grail chalice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ordep View Post
    Orion does not have this skill at the highest level? I thought it would be just for the child to own.
    Orion/Artemis did have an EX rank, true. But comparing him to Ganymede is a bit iffy when you consider that Orion was basically the only man ever to earn Artemis's affections. Feels a lot more impressive IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ordep View Post
    Of all the mortals that Zeus lay down, Ganymede was the only one to be presented with immortality. The rest of the gods worshiped him (with the exception of Hera).

    Orion does not have this skill at the highest level? I thought it would be just for the child to own.
    The gods granted other mortals varying degrees of immortality, see Psyche, Endymion, etc. The gods were happy because he served them Really Awesome Booze (I'd be happy too) and Hera is a jealous bitch (no surprise). Calling that worship is overstating things again.

    Also Ganymede had divine blood to begin with then he became fully divine (or at least he lived full time in Olympus). His Divinity should probably be A.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoydGolden View Post
    Orion/Artemis did have an EX rank, true. But comparing him to Ganymede is a bit iffy when you consider that Orion was basically the only man ever to earn Artemis's affections. Feels a lot more impressive IMO.
    Only man or woman actually.

    Also have to give a reason for the Artemis Hijack.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RoydGolden View Post
    Orion/Artemis did have an EX rank, true. But comparing him to Ganymede is a bit iffy when you consider that Orion was basically the only man ever to earn Artemis's affections. Feels a lot more impressive IMO.
    Ganymede became immortal, received a position on Olympus, became a constellation and still had the worship of the other gods. I think this is enough for this parameter.

    I'm in doubt.

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