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    I figured it would probably be like that but I haven’t played Extella link and type moon has done some weird things in the past.


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    Just to clarify something: are you doing sheets for each individual paladin, or are you doing one sheet for them collectively?

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    Each individually. Except of course the ones already done in FGO. I figure working forwards a goal might be a good challenge rather than just doing random sheets. Give me some focus.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cooldownnow View Post
    Hey so I’ve decided to create a sheet for the missing 12 paladins(or at least my interpretation of who could be in it because the list is so fluid).
    You might find this helpful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiki-pon View Post
    You might find this helpful.
    Thanks shiki! Although I’ve already gathered my list of twelve from both the original song of Roland and the Orlando Furioso.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cooldownnow View Post
    Thanks shiki! Although I’ve already gathered my list of twelve from both the original song of Roland and the Orlando Furioso.
    Not the list itself, but the contents of the character pages. Most of those contain a summary of each purported member's legend, so you might derive additional inspiration from them if your choices happen to be featured there.
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    On that note, here's a similar site for King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiki-pon View Post
    Not the list itself, but the contents of the character pages. Most of those contain a summary of each purported member's legend, so you might derive additional inspiration from them if your choices happen to be featured there.
    So sorry if I sounded rude. Thank you. Also I’ve been using a similar site called timeless myths. It’s has some good stuff you and anyone else could use.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cooldownnow View Post
    So sorry if I sounded rude.
    No offence taken, just clarifying.


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    Alternate Classes: N/A
    True Name: Francesco Petracco
    Alignment: Neutral Good
    Origin: Italy (14th century)
    Armament: N/A

    Parameters:
    STR: E
    END: E
    AGI: B+
    MANA: C
    LUCK: A
    NP: C+

    Skills
    Class Skills

    Territory Creation - Rank B: A Caster-class Skill. It is the Skill to build a special terrain that is advantageous to oneself as a magus, such as for the purpose of collecting mana.
    Creation of a ‘Workshop’ becomes possible. Despite having little talent as a magus, Caster’s workshop is superb for the purpose of creating or procuring magical items.

    Item Construction - Rank D++: A Caster-class Skill. It is the Skill to manufacture magical items, from implements of war to items for daily use. Also, this Skill requires time to gather components and manufacture items.
    Despite not having much interest in physical works other than pieces of literature, Caster can create a multitude of items equaling or surpassing the tools of an ordinary magus. However, he terms his ability as ‘Item Rediscovery’, and refuses to go into the details of how he acquires his items. The items Caster creates also have a remarkably high rank of Mystery, as though they come from a time long ago. In fact, there is a slight possibility with every attempted ‘rediscovery’ of an item to produce something on the level of a minor Noble Phantasm.

    Personal Skills

    Renaissance - Innovation - Rank A: The version of Innovation possessed by Caster alongside three others. It details the rediscovery of the old and using it as a stepping stone for future endeavours. In essence, Renaissance - Innovation allows that which is rooted in the past to quickly gain strength through a person’s efforts. Based on an individual’s or item’s ‘quality’, effectiveness can be multiplied.
    Through working on either a person’s strengths, whether mental or physical, or the makeup of an object, Caster can temporarily double their effectiveness. In the case of targets of rank C or lower, he can triple the strength instead.

    Celebration of Humanity - Rank C+: An ability born from the rediscovery of humanity’s forgotten history. It is a Skill that celebrates and strengthens that which is ‘human’, in spite of Mystery or Divinity. As a kind of rejection of the Age of Gods and divine guidance, Celebration of Humanity lessens the strength of that which originates outside of the World’s current reason, as well as strengthening that which is rooted in the Age of Man.
    The focus of Caster’s philosophy, humanism, was that humans had been given their vast intellectual and creative potential to be used to their fullest.

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    The Revelation of the Human Soul
    Spiritus Patris Humanitas

    Anti-Humanity, Rank A+
    A miracle achieved by Caster, manifested as his Noble Phantasm. Though not a magus and having merely dabbled in Magecraft without ever truly practicing it, Spiritus Patris Humanitas is Caster’s manifested Reality Marble.
    The inside of Spiritus Patris Humanitas takes the form of a duplicate of the peak of Mont Ventoux, where Caster had his revelation on the nature of the soul. The peak, rather than being surrounded by the breathtaking vistas surrounding it in the outside world, is simply enveloped on all sides by a golden light, representing Caster’s hope for Humanity’s future.
    Spiritus Patris Humanitas only allows humans to exist within its confines. Those with traits or lineage from nonhumans will find themselves greatly weakened, as though cut off from their supernatural makeup. Targets that are ‘not human’ in the majority of their makeup may even find parts of themselves missing while inside Spiritus Patris Humanitas, to the point of suffering severe damage.
    In theory, it would be possible for Caster to lapse into solipsism, transforming Spiritus Patris Humanitas to correspond with his realization that nothing is wonderful but the soul, which, when great itself, finds nothing great outside itself. As such, Caster’s own existence as a great soul within the Reality Marble might forcibly remove others inside it from existence. However, this is not possible under normal circumstances.

    Description
    Likes: Human achievement, tourism
    Dislikes: The legal system, exorbitant pricing
    Talents: Divination, hunting old manuscripts
    Natural Enemy: N/A

    Caster’s true identity is Francesco Petrarco, better known as Petrarch, the Father of the Renaissance.

    Petrarch is an extremely outgoing and enthusiastic person, a trait which clashes greatly when compared to the reserved poet he was in life. This is partly due to the influence which the current era of humanity has on him, though he is genuinely overjoyed with humanity’s achievements in the modern era.
    Being a person who cherishes humanity as a whole, combined with his status as the world’s first tourist, has transformed Petrarch into, essentially, a ‘fan’ of humanity. He is enamored with the marvels that the modern world holds, though he would most likely be disappointed with the shallow internal nature of much of humanity in the current day were he to ever find out about it.
    As Heroic Spirits are those who have risen above the rest of humanity, Petrarch is extremely interested in others of his kind, especially those of a philosophical, artistic or scientific bent. Due to his personable nature and manner, he would likely have an extremely good relationship with Servants possessing pride in their own abilities or love of having an audience, as Petrarch would likely provide enough cheers and compliments to outdo a full crowd of hero-worshippers. Naturally, he shies away from actual combat with his idols.
    Though Petrarch is completely loyal to his Master, he is generally unwilling to face other Servants in combat, unless they can be deemed threats to humanity or be particularly morally reprehensible. In addition, he has a habit of pestering his Master for rare goods and their personal favorites among Servants witnessed, which can drive an unprepared Master up a wall quite quickly.
    Petrarch’s wish is simply to be able to witness the full glory and realized potential of humanity. Whether this would entail living long enough to see such a thing happen or to simply cause it to occur immediately, he does not know.

    Lore
    Francesco Petracco—whose anglicized name is Petrarch—was born on July 20, 1304, in Arezzo, Tuscany (now Italy). With his family, he moved to Avignon, France, as a child. In France, Petrarch studied law, as his father had wished. However, his passion was for literature, particularly that of ancient Greece and Rome. After his father's death in 1326, Petrarch left law to focus on the classics.
    Petrarch became a cleric, making him eligible for ecclesiastical postings, which supported him as he pursued his interest in ancient literature. Traveling as a diplomatic envoy for the Church, he was also able to search for forgotten classical texts. Throughout his lifetime, Petrarch amassed an impressive collection of such texts, which he later bequeathed to Venice in exchange for a house, refuge from the plague.
    As Petrarch learned more about the classical period, he began to venerate that era and rail against the limitations of his own time. Though he felt that he lived "amid varied and confusing storms," Petrarch believed that humanity could once more reach the heights of past accomplishments. The doctrine he espoused became known as humanism, and formed a bridge from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance.
    Petrarch's other passion was writing. His first pieces were poems that he composed after the death of his mother. He would go on to write sonnets, letters, histories and more. Petrarch's writing was greatly admired during his lifetime, and he was crowned Rome's poet laureate in 1341. The work Petrarch held in highest regard was his Latin composition Africa, an epic poem about the Second Punic War. His vernacular poems achieved greater renown, however, and would later be used to help create the modern Italian language.
    Petrarch's most well-known vernacular compositions were lyrical poems about Laura, a woman he had fallen in unrequited love with after seeing her in an Avignon church on April 6, 1327. Petrarch wrote about Laura—whose true identity has never been verified—for most of his life, even after she died during the Black Death of 1348. When he collected 366 of his vernacular poems in his Rerum vulgarium fragmenta—also known as Rime Sparse ("Scattered Rhymes") and as Petrarch's canzoniere ("Petrarch's songbook")—his love for Laura was one of the main themes. The collection also contains 317 sonnets; Petrarch was an early practitioner of the form and helped to popularize it.
    Petrarch passed away just before his 70th birthday, in Arquà (near Padua), Carrara, which is now part of Italy. After retiring to work in his study on July 18, 1374, Petrarch died during the night. His body was discovered the following morning.
    As one of the world's first classical scholars, Petrarch unearthed vast stores of knowledge in the lost texts he discovered, while his philosophy of humanism helped foment the intellectual growth and accomplishments of the Renaissance. Petrarch's legacy also includes his poems, sonnets and other writing. His vernacular writing was immortalized when it was used—alongside the works of Dante Alighieri and Giovanni Boccaccio—as the foundation for the modern Italian language.

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    "Servant Foreigner. I am the Pharaoh Akhenaten. Come, Magus; let us go to the Aten together."

    Class: Foreigner
    True Name: Akhenaten
    Gender: Male
    Alignment: Chaotic Evil

    Strength: D
    Endurance: D
    Agility: C
    Mana: A
    Luck: E
    Noble Phantasm: EX

    Class Skills
    Existence Outside the Domain EX
    A Class Skill associated with the Foreigner class. This skill represents a Foreigner who was not born on Earth, a being outside of reality and the known universe. Being of a realm beyond our comprehension, they aren’t bound by the laws of this world. Although it’s possible to inflict physical damage on them through normal means, status ailments without inter-dimensional traits are completely repelled.

    Insanity A
    A Class Skill associated with the Foreigner class. It is a Mental Pollution-like skill gained from contacting an evil god that can easily erode the fragile common sense and morals of humans. However, the main qualification for the Foreigner class is to defy this erosion, either by maintaining their integrity as they descend into madness, or instead of being consumed by madness, they consume the madness itself.

    In Akhenaten’s case, his religious piety allowed him to avoid having his mind completely broken by his encounter with Nyarlathotep. In spite of this, the encounter still proved to have disastrous effects because he then believed that Nyarlathotep was the Aten and was driven to fanaticism and attempted to ban worship of all other gods.

    Territory Creation A
    A Caster-class Skill. It is the Skill to build a special terrain that is advantageous to oneself as a magus, such as for the purpose of collecting mana.
    Creation of a 'Temple', which is superior to a 'Workshop', becomes possible. Possibly because of the Phantom of Nephren-Ka, Akhenaten will refuse to install any windows in a temple created with this Skill.

    Personal Skills
    Information Erasure C
    The removal of information regarding the Servant's True Name, abilities, and appearance from the records and memories of all eye witnesses, including the opponent, following the conclusion of an engagement.

    After his death, Foreigner’s name was removed from the king lists, his monuments and temples were dismantled and hidden, his statues were destroyed, and he was only referred to as “the enemy” or “that traitor”.

    Imperial Privilege A
    An ability that, due to the insistence of the owner, Skills that are essentially impossible to possess can be obtained for a short period of time. In cases when the Rank is А or above, even the "burden to the body" can be acquired (such as Divinity).

    Acquires any skill with minimal practice due to his upbringing and being raised to acquire a variety of skills and techniques. The relevant skills are swordsmanship, riding, fine arts, magecraft, and others.

    High-Speed Divine Words C
    A Skill that assists with magical incantations via a power to activate Thaumaturgy without the use of Magic Circuits. The language of the Age of Gods, back when words played a heavy role in spellcasting. As such, it is a power long lost by modern magi. It is particularly useful for direct attack magic.

    The ability to speak magical incantations at an accelerated speed. By using a language from the Age of Gods, High-Thaumaturgy can be cast at the speed of Single-Action spells. Akhenaten’s magecraft is aligned towards the elements of fire and light, but Nyarlathotep’s influence causes these spells to have some darkness mixed into them, hinting to astute observers that something isn’t quite right.

    Divinity B-
    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 have reached the Throne of Gods. 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.

    At the same time that a ruler is one that controls the people and reigns over the land, a pharaoh is also someone who reaches the gods. A pharaoh has his divinity change in accordance with factors such as the era, etc. Due to having been erased from Egypt’s history, it is unknown what god Akhenaten was believed to be the incarnation of, though he believes himself to be the incarnation of the Aten. Despite Akhenaten being both a Pharaoh and a Foreigner, this Skill is unstable due to his act of forbidding the worship of all god except for the Aten.

    Noble Phantasms
    Shining Trapezohedron “Stone of the Haunter of the Dark”
    Rank: EX
    Type: Anti-Unit, Anti-Army, Anti-World
    Range: 1~1000
    Maximum Number of Targets: 9000
    An eldritch artifact found by Nephren-Ka and placed within his tomb. It is said that gazing into the Shining Trapezohedron would summon the Haunter of the Dark, an avatar of Nyarlathotep, who would reveal reveal other worlds and arcane knowledge in exchange for horrible sacrifices.

    The actual function of this Noble Phantasm is actually different from how it works in H. P. Lovecraft’s stories. The Shining Trapezohedron requires a horrible sacrifice to activate; a large circle with alien runes inscribed in it must be drawn on the ground and the Shining Trapezohedron must be placed in the center. Then, twenty-five humans must be killed within the circle. Alternatively, the sacrifice could be ten humans and one Servant with a very high Rank of Divinity. Doing this will activate the Shining Trapezohedron, upon which it will then rise into the sky and create a black sun. This “sun” is actually a portal for Nyarlathotep to enter the world through, which would cause the end of the world as we know it.

    The portal starts off as a small hole that slowly grows in size by draining magical energy from the surrounding area. At this stage, it is classified as an Anti-Unit Noble Phantasm, but after reaching a certain size, it becomes an Anti-Army Noble Phantasm. Additionally, after it grows to a certain size, the portal will begin to overwrite the World’s texture in the area covered by it and replace it with that of the realm of the Outer Gods. If this portal is left unchecked, it will grow from being an Anti-Army Noble Phantasm to an Anti-World Noble Phantasm.

    When the portal’s existence begins to overwrite the World’s laws, it will begin to interfere with any magecraft cast within its range. Most of the time, attempting to cast spells will instead fail outright. If one should manage to successfully cast a spell, then there is high chance that the spell behave unpredictably, such as a lightning bolt spell randomly veering off in midair. Akhenaten himself if exempt from this, for his magecraft instead draws power from “the Aten”/Nyarlathotep.

    Akhenaten’s death will cause this portal to close immediately. But should the portal become large enough for Nyarlathotep, it would be certain doom for all life on Earth.

    Lore:
    Akhenatem was born Amenhotep IV, the younger son of Amenhotep III and Chief Queen Tiye. The eldest son, Thutmose, was to succeed his father but died relatively young and Amenhotep IV was chosen to succeed his father. Amenhotep IV shared power with his father for eight years before being crowned in Thebes, where he then started a building project. He decorated the southern entrance to the precincts of the temple of Amun-Ra with scenes of his worshipping of Ra-Harakhti. Soon, he declared the construction of a temple dedicated to the Aten in the Eastern Karnak, which he called Gempaaten (“The Aten is found in the estate of the Aten”). The temple consisted of a series of buildings, such as a palace and structure called the Hwt Benben, which was dedicated to Queen Nefertiti. Other Aten temples constructed at Karnak during this time include the Rud-menu and the Teni-menu, which may have been constructed near the Ninth Pylon. During this time, he did not suppress the worship of Amun and the High Priest of Amun was still active in the fourth year of his reign.

    On day thirteen, month eight of the fifth year of his reign, Amenhotep IV arrived at the site of the new city Akhetaten (now known as Amarna). A month later, he declared that his name was officially changed to Akhenaten. Amenhotep IV changed most of his five-fold titulary in year five of his reign, with theonly name he kept was his prenomen or throne name of Neferkheperure. Akhenaten placed much emphasis on the worship of the sun, to a fanatical degree. He began to forbid the worship of all other gods except for the Atem, much to the displeasure of the traditional religious establishment.

    Following Akhenaten's death, change was gradual at first. Within a decade a comprehensive political, religious and artistic reformation began promoting a return of Egyptian life to the norms it had followed during his father's reign. Much of the art and building infrastructure created during Akhenaten's reign was defaced or destroyed in the period following his death, particularly during the reigns of Horemheb and the early 19th Dynasty kings. Stone building blocks from Akhenaten's construction projects were later used as foundation stones for subsequent rulers' temples and tombs.
    In actuality, Akhenaten’s behaviors were brought about while worshipping the Aten in a temple at Akhetaten. During this time, the evil god Nyarthlathotep appeared to him and Amenhotep IV believed him to be the Aten. His sanity was irrevocably damaged by this encounter and he began worshipping the evil god.

    Additionally, upon being summoned as a Servant, Akhenaten was fused with Phantom of the Black Pharaoh Nephren-ka. Nephren-ka was an insane pharaoh who secured the Shining Trapezohedron for Egypt, but after being convinced by the resident Haunter of the Dark, an avatar of Nyarlathotep, he built a lightless temple created to hold the stone and the deity within it. That temple became a center of abominable happenings, and the rites carried out there were so monstrous the temple was destroyed and the Pharaoh's name was struck from all records and monuments. It is entirely possible that Nephren-ka was inspired by Akhenaten due to how their histories closely mirror each other.


    Personality:
    Akhenaten initially presents himself as a benevolent Pharaoh who is unwaveringly pious in his worship of the Aten. Although he does not truly accept the Master as a “master”, he will take it upon himself to guide them towards the “truth” of “the Aten”.

    Unfortunately, he is not benevolent due to how “the Aten” that he worships is actually Nyarlathotep. The fact that he will follow his god’s orders with any questions at all makes this even worse, as “the Aten’s” orders almost always involve unspeakably horrific acts. Additionally, he shows immense disgust for all other gods and those who worship them.

    Upon changing into his Outer Form, Akhenaten drops his facade of being benevolent and his religious fanaticism is pushed to the forefront. He becomes even more determined to carry out the orders of “the Aten” to the fullest no matter what. If anyone attempts to interrupt his attempt to summon Nyarlathotep, they will incur Akhenaten’s wrath and he will not show them even an ounce of mercy.


    Relationships:
    Ritsuka Fujimaru: “Master? No. My only master is the Aten. Come, Magus, I will guide to the truth of the Aten.”

    BB (Summer): “Another Pharaoh? Oh, glorious day! To meet another blessed by the Aten! How marvelous!”

    Other Pharaohs: Akhenaten does not accept their claims that they are Pharaohs because he does not sense “the Aten” within them. The other Pharaohs do not like him either because of his acts in life and because they can sense that something is wrong with him.

    Karna, Tamamo-no-Mae, Karna: “These ones… I can sense something about them that feels like the Aten but is not the Aten…”

    Abigail, Hokusai: “Who are these people? And what are they? They feel like presences extremely close to the Aten, but yet so far from being the Aten…”


    Creator's Notes:
    Okay, so now that this is out of the way, I am going to work on a few of my other sheets; Berserker Kagutsuchi, Berserker Iyemon, and Saber Ou Yezi. I'm also working on reading Journey to the West, so I'll finalize my Bull Demon King sheet once I've finished that.
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    Lambda: I'd been looking forward to that Akhenaten sheet ever since you PMed me about it, so I'm glad to see it finished. Really cool. By the way, if you want a FC for him, I think this or this would be awesome choices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoydGolden View Post
    Lambda: I'd been looking forward to that Akhenaten sheet ever since you PMed me about it, so I'm glad to see it finished. Really cool. By the way, if you want a FC for him, I think this or this would be awesome choices.
    Thanks! When I tried looking for FCs, I got an endless sea of Yami Yugi but didn’t think any of the images fit that well with Akhenaten’s personality. But that second one does. Thanks. I’ll add it.


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    Hmm...in a bit of a bind. Got an idea for a Servant but just can't think of which Class to place him in because he was primarily an Axe user.

    The only thing I can think of is to make him another "Non-Stealth Assassin". :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skull View Post
    Hmm...in a bit of a bind. Got an idea for a Servant but just can't think of which Class to place him in because he was primarily an Axe user.

    The only thing I can think of is to make him another "Non-Stealth Assassin". :/
    Well, if Holmes can be a Saber... Was the guy still proficient with a sword? I mean, if an Assassin can be non-stealthy (or even one that never killed anyone), a Saber that prefers an axe isn't that far off. There's also Rider (though that would probably require a mount NP) or Berserker, depending on who the guy is. I suppose Lancer might also work if the axe is long-handled enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiki-pon View Post
    Well, if Holmes can be a Saber... Was the guy still proficient with a sword? I mean, if an Assassin can be non-stealthy (or even one that never killed anyone), a Saber that prefers an axe isn't that far off. There's also Rider (though that would probably require a mount NP) or Berserker, depending on who the guy is. I suppose Lancer might also work if the axe is long-handled enough.
    M'kay, I'll mull it over before I come to a decision. Thanks for the advice~

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skull View Post
    Hmm...in a bit of a bind. Got an idea for a Servant but just can't think of which Class to place him in because he was primarily an Axe user.

    The only thing I can think of is to make him another "Non-Stealth Assassin". :/
    I’ve been thinking about this problem too and I think just make them a lancer. Like at the very top least it’s a weapon with a relatively long shaft.

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    Or you can make your own servant class axer the heroic spirit of the ax.


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    Saber of the Scylfings

    "Servant, Saber. Consider me your Shield"



    Class: Saber
    Alignment: Neutral/good
    Region: Sweden
    Height: 174cm
    Weight: 76kg
    Likes: his king, sturdy shields, courageous people
    Dislikes: cowards, traitors, dragons
    Talent: protecting
    Armaments: sword, shield
    Natural Enemy: dragons in general

    stats

    Str: B
    End: B
    Agi: C
    Mna: D
    Lck: A
    NP: B

    Skills

    Class skills
    Magic resistence(B): Cancel spells with a chant below three verses. Even if targeted by High-Thaumaturgy and Greater Rituals, it is difficult for a Servant to be affected.

    Riding(B): Vehicles and horses can be handled with above average skill. However, cannot ride the likes of Phantasm Races such as Monstrous Beasts.

    Personal skills
    Dragon slayer(C): A special Skill provided for those who have took down a member of the Dragon Kind. It is not a talent given from heaven, but from killing a dragon. It can be said that the anecdotes themselves have become this Skill. Saber was only partially responsible for the killing of a dragon, and thus only gets a small Bost.

    Guardian knight(C+): a rare Skill that grants the Servant a temporary attribute bonus if acting in the defense of others. Being the only one to aid his king against a terrible beast, Saber went as far as to let himself be burned to protect his lord, and so this skill has a bonus when fighting for a royal.

    Favor of the old king(A): A Skill representing Saber receiving presents from his dying lord. This skill allows him to gain the noble phantasms of fallen Servants, but only with said Servants Blessing

    Battle continuation(C) the strength of vitality for predicaments. Also, the ability to withdraw from combat and reach allied territory alive after being defeated. Saber has the ability to ignore most moderate injuries such as deep cuts or broken bones without losing combat ability.



    Noble phantasm


    Swing your sword, prince of the Scylfings
    Eanmund Wiglaf

    rank: anti-unit, C
    Saber's first Noble phantasm, a sword he received from his father and named after his previous owner.
    Originally a good but otherwise regular Blade, the weapon was strength by being soaked in the blood of a dragon.
    It's passive ability allows Saber to cut through magical attacks only taking very small amounts of damage on the process. When calling it's name however, the sword becomes glowing red and capable of cutting anything short of rank B or above noble phantasms. While powerful, this attack causes near uncurable burns in Saber's hands that accumulate and gradually reduce his skill with the sword, until they become useless.

    raise your Shield, last of the Wægmundings
    Mæg ælfheres

    rank: Barrier, B+

    Saber's second Noble phantasm, a crystallization of his acts to aid his king.
    After calling it's name, the shield on Saber's arm is engulfed in flames and disappear. From it's place, the fire grows until it becomes a great wall in front of him. While activated, the Noble phantasm will burn the enemies, projectiles and other attacks targeting Saber. Even if something is strong enough to surpass the flames, such as a powerful Noble phantasm, it's damage still will be reduced in accordance with it's rank.
    However, useful as may be, the mana cost to main the barrier activated is enormous, and as such it cannot be used careless.



    Background

    Saber's name is Wiglaf, a character in the Anglo-Saxon epic poem Beowulf. He is the son of Weohstan, a Swede of the Wægmunding clan who had entered the service of Beowulf, king of the Geats.

    Saber is called Scylfing as a metonym for Swede, as the Scylfings were the ruling Swedish clan. While in the service of the Scylfing Onela, king of the Swedes, Weohstan killed the rebel prince Eanmund and took his sword as a trophy, saber later inherited it.
    Weohstan belonged to the clan of the Wægmundings, the same clan Beowulf's father Ecgþeow belonged to; so Saber is Beowulf's distant cousin, and his only living relative at the time of Beowulf's death.

    Saber was a member of the band of thanes who go with Beowulf to seek out the dragon that has attacked Geat-Land. This is the first time Saber has gone to war at Beowulf's side.
    When Beowulf damages his sword wounding the dragon and is burned by the dragon's fire, Saber is the only man of Beowulf's band to overcome his fear of the dragon. He rebukes the other thanes and goes to Beowulf's aid crying words of encouragement.

    Saber does not retreat, though his shield is consumed by fire. When Beowulf wounds the dragon a second time, striking so hard his sword shatters, Saber strikes at the open wound with his own sword, tearing at the dragon's throat so it can no longer breathe fire. His hand is badly burned, but his attack allows Beowulf to close and kill the dragon.

    After the fight, The dying Beowulf tells Saber to "watch his people's needs"(by which he means that he is to become the next king.) He tells Saber to build him a funeral mound and gives him his rings, helm, and mail-shirt. Beowulf's last words are "you are now, the last of the Wægmundings."



    personality

    Saber is a serious and stoic figure, rarely letting any emotions show. Almost never talks, except to reaffirm his loyalty to his master. This is because Saber suffers from great shame. He hates the fact that during his fight besides his king, he was nervous and afraid, and although he suppressed and fought the best, he can't shake the feeling that, had he been more courageous, maybe his lord would've survive.



    here is a list of my servant sheets(new and improved format for my servant sheets)

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    Wyrd oft nereð unfǽgne eorl, þonne his ellen déah... Skull's Avatar
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    ^ Phew, I saw "Sweden" and "Natural Enemy: Dragons" and nearly had a heart attack thinking you had just posted the same Beowulf character as I am making right now.

    Good sheet though.

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    Nice job. I like it when less known heroes are given a day in the limelight, and I have fond memories of reading Beowulf, so I'm happy you did just to this less famous but still important character in his saga. I also think the design's pretty good, though I'm admittedly no expert on the subject.

    Edit: Though, on a grammatical note, you might want to capitalize more than just the first word for your skills.

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