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    First of all, I feel like you could tidy up the format with proper spacing, from the title to the parameters. That would make it easier to read. Other than that, from her basic information, I feel like making her qualify for almost every class is pretty excessive, unless she actually has the qualifications for them instead of just, say, wielded a sword or a bow and arrow once or twice in her life with no particular legend of her wielding them. Other than that, her skills, lore, and NP are interesting enough, if not a bit long. Fixing the usual grammar and misspellings could also make it easier to read
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    So... if you ever thought "we know who Saber's father is, but what about her grandfather?"... well, here he is I guess.

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    Saber

    "People are not born "high" or "low" no matter who they are. One's worth cannot be determined by another, it is the sum of your deeds and whether you can stay true to your principles. It is for that reason that I would die a hundred times to protect the innocent - that is why I became the King."



    True Name: Flavius Claudius Constantinus ("Constantine" for short)
    Epithet: "King of the Britons"
    Source: Historical (4-5th Century)
    Hidden Attribute: Human
    Alignment: Lawful Good
    Likes: Adventure, Nature
    Dislikes: Barbarians, Ennui
    Talents: Charioteering, Rousing Speeches
    Natural Enemy: The White Titan

    Parameters:
    STR: (B) END: (A) AGI: (B) MGI: (C) LCK: (C) NP: (A)

    Appearance:
    Constantine is a tower of muscle even among warriors, he has long unkempt spiky blonde hair and piercing teal eyes. He wears little more than a mantle to show off his chest with some minor shoulder and forearm guards, a flexible skirting armour and a pair of sandals for comfort.

    For armaments, he carries a standard Roman iron sword and shield.


    Character:

    Constantine is a man of few words, preferring to speak with his actions instead. He loathes peace and ennui which lead him to save Britain in its time of need and why he tried to conquer Rome instead of quietly ruling Britain. He won't say it out loud, but it was also because he is moved to help those who cannot help themselves. His biggest weakness is that desire to protect people. He'll throw himself into harms way to shield others from danger even at the risk of damage to himself. He also cannot bring himself to suspect those he has placed his trust in, which ultimately led to his downfall at the hands of political intrigue by Vortigern's design. Despite his large build and booming voice, his stoicism leads him to be very bad at handling social situations with tact and so he can come across as awkward when tackling delicate matters.

    In a Holy Grail War, Constantine is a standard Servant who fights directly against the others without tricks or deceit. He doesn't even bother to hide his identity since he fears little and has no great weakness to exploit. Because of his honour, Constantine would never consider going at the enemy Masters in order to win, but that doesn't mean he wouldn't consider striking them down if they were revealed to be evil beyond contempt. Lastly, Comstantine holds his Master in high regard as his battle comrade since he has nothing to lose as a Heroic Spirit whilst they are betting their life and thus would gladly sacrifice his chance at winning to war if it meant keeping his Master safe.

    His Wish upon the Grail? It's nothing grand, but he would have wished to save his beloved wife from dying in childbirth as he feels if Ivoire had raised their sons instead then maybe they wouldn't have gone to war against each other.


    Skills:

    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. At this Rank, it will cancel spells with a chant below three verses. Even if the user is targeted by High-Thaumaturgy and Greater Rituals, it is difficult for them to be affected.

    Riding - (B)
    A Class Skill that typically belongs to Rider and Saber class Servants, denoting the ability to ride mounts and vehicles. It is said that dragon type mounts are an exception, requiring a different ability other than Riding. At this Rank, most vehicles and animals can be handled with above average skill, even vehicles that did not exist in the time period one was alive in, for they are no exception. However, cannot ride the likes of Phantasmal Species such as Monstrous Beasts. Constantine has a natural affinity for mounted warfare from his love of charioteering.

    Personal Skills

    Bravery - (A)
    A special mindset that allows the user the ability to negate mental interference such as pressure, confusion and fascination. It also has the bonus effect of increasing melee damage. Whether it is true bravery or just foolhardiness, Constantine's unique mindset allows him to overcome his fear and press forward in face of overwhelming odds, be they the White Titan or his final charge to take Rome - Constantine did not give up on himself or his people and worked for a better future for everyone.

    Military Tactics - (C)
    The tactical knowledge used not for one-on-one combat situations, but for battles where many are mobilized. Bonus modifiers are provided during use of one's own Anti-Army Noble Phantasm or when dealing against an enemy Anti-Army Noble Phantasm. Constantine had great success in diverting both the Pictish and Hunnic armies before overthrowing them both out of Britain. If it weren't for sabotage from within, perhaps his insurrection would have been successful and he would have taken Rome and become the true Emperor.

    Protection of the Elementals - (B)
    A blessing from Elementals; the capacity to increase one's Luck in dangerous situations. Activation is limited to battlefields, where it is possible to perform feats of arms. Despite being a foreigner, Constantine showed great respect to the Elementals and tried to promote harmony between humans and the denizens of the Otherworld. For this they blessed him and watched over his descendants. For Constatine specifically this Skill also has one added effect - permission to use the Holy Sword Caliburnus as his Noble Phantasm.


    Noble Phantasm:

    "Lady Vivian, grant me your strength once again to end this foe... The hopes of the world coalesce into a single star! Take this - CALIBURNUS!!!"


    Caliburnus
    The Dream of Promised Victory

    [Type: Anti-Fortress], [Rank: A], [Maximum Range: 1-99], [Maximum Number of Targets: 1000 Units]

    A Divine Construct and the pinnacle of Holy Swords, forged by the Earth as the crystallization of the wishes of mankind stored and tempered within the planet - though it is unfortunately in an incomplete state due to Constantine not being the prophesised warrior to wield it. Nevertheless the Elemental known as Vivian decided that in order to rid Britain of the scourge of the White Titan, she had no choice but to lend the unfinished blade to the young General.

    Thus when Constantine's back is against the wall in a Holy Grail War he throws down his iron sword, raises his hand and calls upon the Elementals for assistance to which the Holy Sword Caliburnus launches from the sky to fight by his side once more. When wielded by a powerful warrior, the sword converts their magical energy into a directive beam of light that cleanly cleaves the target in two, leaving nothing behind. However whilst a powerful phantasm, because it is only a memory of a form that no longer exists it is nothing more than a fleeting dream and will shatter upon having its power unleashed and is lost forever like tears in rain...




    Lore:
    Part 1 - Attack on Titan
    Flavius Claudius Constantinus - better known simply as "Constantine" was a Roman who despite his low birth rose through the ranks with his ability and became a General who was placed in charge of Armorica during the twilight days of the Roman Empire. However the General left in charge of ruling Britain - Maximus had died and the King of the Picts, Melga and the King of the Huns, Guanius had teamed up in order to invade and overthrow the Empire's rule there.

    None of the other Generals would heed the Archbishop of London's plea for help as they all viewed Britain as a backwater land not worth the effort when the Empire was near collapse - but Constantine was different. He sailed straight to the shores of Britain with his men and commenced battle against the Picts. Things were going well and King Melga was pushed back into Pictland. But the Huns were proving more difficult as they were far better trained in combat and their King, Guanius was especially strange for he was unnaturally strong and possessed glowing tattoos across his body.

    Even Constantine was no match for Guanius' otherworldly might and both he and his initial squad of Roman soldiers were devastated single handily by Guanius. Only Constantine made it out alive and he wandered the countryside, bloody and delirious from his wounds until he stumbled into a forest and came to a misty lake. To his surprise a woman emerged from the Lake and introduced herself as the Fairy Vivian. She explained that the Huns had discovered the ruins of an ancient civilisation belonging to the White Titan and whilst they could not open it, the ruins' glyphs had transferred onto the King Guanius which gave him power in exchange for slowly eating away at his mind and turning him into a puppet for the Titan. Constantine asked why the Huns were in Britain and Vivian replied that the Titan infected Guanius is instinctively seeking out the Holy Sword which slew the Titan many centuries ago and the Fairies hid it in Britain. When asked if he may borrow that sword, Vivian agreed but warned that the blade had not finished reforming and so it would only have enough energy for one giant slash. Constantine asked for the sword's name but upon being told it was nameless, he decided he would call it "Caliburnus".

    Thus Constantine rejoined his troops and prepared for battle once more. This time he was ready for Guanius' strength and parried it every time with the Holy Sword. When it was clear Guanius was being pushed back the tattoos on his body glowed red and he lost all sanity that was left whilst growing in size to that of a giant. But Constantine was ready and charged all the magical energy in the blade to a single point before thrusting it forward to which it shot out, cutting through the mad giant's fist and piercing into his chest - killing him instantly. The Holy Sword shattered and the light returned back towards the Lake. The Huns' morale was crushed and they fled Britain and retreated to their homelands.

    Meanwhile the Elders of the Hunnic Tribe were inspecting the ancient ruins when suddenly they lit up and opened. The Elders rushed inside and found what appeared to be a young woman asleep inside with a rainbow coloured sword. They noticed she had the combat tattoos that Guanius had and so when she awoke they declared her their new King...Atilla. Altera herself only possessed one "memory" from before her slumber - a Roman soldier holding a Holy Sword that harmed her.


    Part 2 - Idylls of the King
    Because of his victories over the Picts and the Huns, Constantine was crowned King of Britain by its people shortly after. The years passed by uneventfully and the King had settled down by marrying a Celtic princess named Ivoire, though she sadly died in childbirth leaving two twin boys - the elder one had inherited the love of nature whilst the younger had inherited the love for the British people. As the years past, the twins became powerful warriors in their own right and took on the nom-de-geurres "Vortigern" and "Uther Pendragon".

    Meanwhile the Roman Empire was on a slow decline due to the chaotic rule of Emperor Honorius. Feeling secure in that his two sons could rule Britain in his stead, Constantine declared Honorius unfit as Emperor and that he would depose him and rule instead. Initially the conquest went well and Constantine swiftly conquered both Spain and Gaul, however things started to change as they approached Rome. The troops of the Roman army seemed to be unusally prescient in predicting and routing Constantine's men everywhere they went and it wasn't long before they found themselves surrounded by enemy forces. Constantine was no fool, but at the same time he refused to raise the accusation of "traitor" to anyone of his beloved comrades. Instead he decided to take it upon himself to act as a decoy whilst his men escaped back to Britain.

    Taking up his sword and shield one final time, Constantine made a charge at Rome - never stopping for breath, just kept running forward and cutting down anyone who stood in his path. Eventually the sheer number of Roman soldiers proved too much and Constantine collapsed after many swords and spears had pierced his body. His body was soon dragged before the generals and quickly executed but the plan worked and the British forces made it back safely and delivered the news of Constantine's death. Vortigern being next in line was immediately crowned King, though Uther suspected foul play and secretly left Britain for the Continent to investigate.

    Constantine was slowly forgotten over the years until the time came for Artoria to receive the completed Holy Sword from the Lady of the Lake. Artoria asked what the sword was called but Vivian said it had no name, other than Constantine calling the incomplete form "Caliburnus". Merlin then cut in and said that as the completed sword was far stronger it needed a name with more impact and suggested "EXcaliburnus". But Artoria merely shook her head and said that was far too long to shout in battle, though she compromised on simply calling it "Excalibur"...


    Dialogue for other Servants:
    Altera - "Those tattoos... I see, so you too are a scion of that White Titan. Draw your blade and we shall do battle at once!"

    Artoria - "If you are my grandchild as you so claim, then why are you so tiny? Is it something to with the Island being small - did they not feed you properly?"

    Boudica - "I apologise wholeheartedly for the actions of my predecessors. If it may calm your rage then please, draw your sword and cut me down."

    Caligula - "This madness, I see that you are of the same ilk as Honorius. I shall end your misery."

    Julius Caesar - "I see the glory of being the Ruler of Rome went straight to your gut. Perhaps it's for the best that I never became Emperor. "

    Mordred - "I understand the desire to depose tyrants, but even so what hatred could drive you to kill your own father?"

    Nero - "...W-why do you look suspiciously like Arthur?"

    Richard the Lionheart - "Hmm? Whose this little faker who thinks he can just use Holy Swords as he pleases..."

    Romulus - "Ah, esteemed King. I was unable to save the Empire that your fair hands built."


    Creator's Notes:
    This one's a little weird as Constantine's a real person who was sucked into the black hole of Arthurian mythos (this happens more often than you'd think). Thereby I had to mix and match bits from history and mythology in order to connect it as well as I could to established Fate canon. The fact that he (according to legend) repelled the Huns and is Arthur's grandfather meant I couldn't resist setting his NP as a whole reference to the "primitive Excalibur vs Sefar" scene.

    The FaceClaim is Iihiko Shishime from Medaka Box. It weirdly fits, despite Iihiko being Japanese.

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    Caster
    Witch of Sweets


    STR: D
    END: C
    AGI: D
    MAG: A+
    LUCK: D-
    NP: C
    Alignment: Chaotic Evil

    "They called me a witch, and thus a witch I am. I am the Caster of Sweets, Master. Feel free to drown in the sweetness of my love. What treat shall we make today?"

    Class Skills

    Sweet Treat (A): A variant of the Item Construction skill, it allows for the baking of various sweets. At this level, it is even possible for Caster to create powerful healing potions that grant immortality, as long as they take the form of a dessert. She was not known to be so skilled in life, however due to the Devil’s Brand skill, her reputation as a skilled witch allows her to use such high skills.

    Witch’s Kitchen (B): A variant of the Territory Creation skill, it allows Caster to create a ‘kitchen’, equal in rank to a mage’s Workshop, that allows her to bake her magical confections. The unique properties of her skill allow her to speed up baking and decorating time for her sweets.

    Personal Skills

    Devil’s Brand (A): A composite ability that combines the skills Witchcraft and Innocent Monster. The mark of one who is said to have made a pact with a demon in exchange for power, after her death it was said that Caster had six fingers on her left hand and three breasts, both signs of evil. This skill boosts Caster’s magical powers in exchange for deforming her physically. Due to her bad reputation, her alignment appears as Chaotic Evil, and her true alignment is unknown.

    Innovation - Anglican Reformation (C): A skill granted to heroes who brought about revolution in their eras. A conceptual skill of ‘replacing the old with the new’. Caster’s version of this skill refers to the Protestant Reformation, specifically the one that took place in England during her time as Queen. Though a mere consort, her presence and actions ultimately toppled the Catholic Church in England and started centuries of religious tension. Her spells and attacks have a bonus modifier against Servants that observed or practiced Catholicism that grows stronger the more devoted they are to the Church. Against the papacy and Catholic Saints, it is crippling, inevitably leading them to ruin. Conversely, her attacks are weaker than usual against Protestants. Against other religions, this ability does not take effect, for good or bad.

    Golden Rule - Body (C+): A Skill that denotes the possession of a natural and perfect goddess-like body, preserving beauty. Unlike the Natural Body Skill whose body shape does not change despite how much caloric intake was taken, there is no effect on the Skill owner's Strength parameter. Caster was famed for her bewitching looks, coupled with a swift and witty mind. Due to the large amount of desserts she both cooks and eats, a body that will never grow fat is very important.

    Noble Phantasm

    Maids of Honour
    The Secret Ingredient is Love!


    Anti-Love, C: Maids of Honour, the sweet cheese tart that was named in honour of Anne Boleyn and which, according to some variants of the tale, was invented by her as a means of impressing the King. This Noble Phantasm is filled with Caster’s love, and upon activation it summons an amount of sweets that varies depending on how much love she’s feeling at the time. When consumed by those she loves, the tarts fully restore their magical energy, remove all negative status effects, and provide a small but permanent boost to their parameters. Against those would harm her love, however, the tarts instead have a poisonous effect, weakening their hearts, draining their energy, and dissolving their bonds of love. An unfortunate side effect is the ‘love potion’ effect of the tarts; those who consume it and fail a resilience check will fall madly in love with Caster, discarding all who they loved before.

    Lore
    The Witch of Sweets’s true name is Anne Boleyn, the second Queen Consort of Henry VIII and perhaps the most famous of his wives. Dissatisfied with his first wife, Catherine of Aragon, Henry had by this time something of a reputation for bedding the ladies of his court, including Anne’s sister Mary. It is said that Anne used witchcraft to beguile the King, and as she refused to become his mistress, he instead elected to separate from his wife and marry Anne instead. The resulting fallout with the Pope, who refused to annul Henry’s marriage, resulted in Henry forming the Protestant Church of England. However, Henry’s passion for Anne waned as she too was unable to provide a satisfactory heir, and she eventually fell out of favour entirely. Henry accused her of witchcraft, incest, and adultery, and it was under these charges that she was beheaded on May 19th 1536. Due to her role in the schism with Rome, she has been called the most influential and important consort in England ever had.


    Personality
    Likes: cake, coffee, books
    Dislikes: boring people
    Natural talents: writing, cooking
    Natural enemy: Henry VIII

    Kind-hearted, witty, and intelligent, Anne is nonetheless determined, ruthlessly ambitious and rather scheming. She has something of a sharp temper, and can be cruel and sarcastic when angered, but she does not bear grudges, and her rage passes swiftly, and she is quick to forgive. She enjoys reading and intelligent conversation, and likes hosting symposia, wherein she serves cakes and coffee to people as they discuss topics that interest them.

    She is flirtatious, but does not fall in love easily. It seems the wounds from her life are still present. But she yearns for someone who will respect her and love her, and make her truly happy, and once she has found that person, very little will stop her determination to get what she longs for.

    Relationships with other Servants

    Gaius Julius Caesar: “Uwah, Lord Henry? My apologies, but your figure strongly resembles that of Lord Henry.”

    Medea Lily: “An infinite pancake to make everyone happy… What a fascinating concept.”

    Circe: “To tamper with food that you offer to your guests like that? Unthinkable! Unforgivable! One should serve sweets up with love! If you love them your feelings will reach them without the need for drugs and potions!”

    EMIYA: “Master, there is a handsome man in the kitchen making food for the other Servants. How delightful! Such a cold gaze, but such a warm heart underneath ...Is he single?”

    Elizabeth Tudor: “My adorable child. If your father knew what you would have become, perhaps things would have ended differently.”
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    True Name: Julie d'Aubigny
    Class: Saber
    Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
    Alt. Classes: Assassin, Berserker
    Region: France
    Armament: Sword
    Natural `Enemy': Marquise de Florensac

    Parameters:
    STR: C
    END: C
    AGI: B
    MAG: D
    LCK: A+
    NP: B

    Class Skills


    Magic Resistance D
    The ability to resist magical effects. At this rank, the owner can resist magecraft up to two verses.

    Despite having many adventures throughout France, Saber has never encountered much in the way of magic.

    Riding B:
    A skill that denotes one's ability to tame and ride mounts. At this rank, a servant cannot mount any monstrous, phantasmal, or divine beast. Let alone a dragon.

    While it wasn't expanded upon much, Saber did attend riding lessons along with her training in swordsmanship and is able to competently ride a horse.

    Independent Action A
    The ability to manifest without any additional support from a master. At this rank, a servant can stay manifested for a week without any support.

    Throughout all her life, Saber has conducted various acts of her own will without much regard for the consequences including doing a body replacement and burning down the building just so she could bring her lover along with her, flashing a tavern when a question about her gender arose, and kissing a woman in public, and then defeating the three suitors. This is a skill that will manifest regardless of whatever class she's in.


    Personal Skills


    Pheromones B
    the general term for substances secreted/emitted from inside an animal's body, and that has an effect on the conduct and physiologic state of a different specimen of the same race.

    Saber has seduced a great many people in her lifetime, even if she's fought them just moments before including her own teacher who she seduced at age 14.

    Eye of the Mind (Fake) C+
    a natural talent to foresee/sense and avoid danger on the basis of an innate 6th sense, intuition, or prescience. The accuracy of this instinct can be augmented by experience. The ability also grants an effect of offering resistance against penalties caused by visual obstructions. The skill strengthens when combating multiple opponents.

    Saber excelled in swordsmanship, particularly fencing, and soon surpassed her master, and lover, Séranne. Even after leaving her master, she went on to challenge and win against many people, even when she fought multiple people at once.

    Alluring Nightingale B
    A mesmerizing-kind of Skill possessed by those with a natural constitution of having a beautiful voice; it is also a declaration of the exercise of power by the royalty. It works as a fascination magecraft-like effect towards females, but evasion is possible with a Magic Resistance Skill.

    Saber was a famous opera singer, performing the first contralto within an opera in history. She was also credited to have the "most beautiful voice in the world."


    Noble Phantasm


    Desir de La Maupin (Lust For Blood) B rank Anti-Self:
    A noble phantasm that acts as the symbolization of Saber's existence as a swordswoman. It's effects are relatively simple in that it raises her physical parameters and the effectiveness of her sword in proportion to two factors: her bloodlust and the risk involved (or simply, the chance of her dying). It is mainly spawned from the information, and rumors, that all of her duels were to the death along with the fact that during one duel, she drove her sword straight through a man's shoulder. This noble phantasm would have a different effect were she summoned as Assassin.

    Desir de La Maupin (Refuge In Audacity) C~A rank Anti-Authority:
    The primary noble phantasm that exemplifies the entire lifestyle of Saber. It is passive and simple in effect, really. The more outrageous any of her actions taken within a given area and time period, the more she will be able to get away with without fear of any possible consequences. Participating in illegal duels across France and burning down a covenant, her death sentence was pretty much assured...until she was pardoned, twice at that, by the reigning king due to amusement at her actions. Though, there is a weakness in this noble phantasm in that there is an increasing tolerance towards certain actions, like a woman kissing another woman in public, so only in a truly close-minded environment will this noble phantasm shine.


    Bio

    Born around 1673, Julie D' Aubigney was raised as a boy by her father who was a secretary to King Louis XIV's master of horses. Trained in swordsmanship from a young age, Julie was prodigal in her physical abilities. However, she also had a quirk that also had to do with those same abilities, namely her penchant for seduction. She started with her father's boss at the age of 14 but drifted towards another man, a swordsman named Seranne who took her away to tour France, however she soon left him. Traveling France, she entered bars, singing with a natural contralto, challenged people to duels, that may or may not have been to the death, and burned down a convent in order to pursue a female love interest, who later left her. Though, these did not come without problems as many of the things she did were illegal and punishable by death. However, these consequences were swept aside by pardons from the king and loopholes involving her gender. After all her adventures, she entered the musical stage and sang for opera, giving the first contralto to be sung in an opera. Her life soon met tragedy when her final lover, Marquise de Florensac, had died, leaving Julie a mess. Not too long after Julie, now an emotional wreck, had resigned herself to a convent and later died.


    Personality

    Julie was a woman who did what she wanted when she wanted and how she wanted. Her personality was that of something resembling controlled chaos and because of that, very few people had an inkling of how to handle someone like her. However, that isn't to say she has no discernible humanity as mentioning certain subjects will showcase it in a somber or violent way.

    Looking deeper, some would say that no one understood her and therefore didn't know what to do with her. Because of the lack of understanding, it would be safe to say she was isolated, not in physical way but emotionally, leading to her constant physical activities, which attempt to mitigate this. However, upon meeting her final lover, someone who understood her, she experienced joy like no other, a joy that would turn to despair upon her lover's death.

    Her wish for the holy grail would be to reunite with her final lover, seeking to meet the one who understood once more. If something like cannot be done, she retains a faint hope of meeting another who would understand, for if there exists one person like that, there must be others.


    AN
    I get the feeling that I tried too hard with her and tried to make her even more unique than she already was. That and I felt that I failed with her personality.
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    Constantinus: Just read a bit about this guy, and you're right, you kinda have to mix and match lore between his historical self and his version from the Arthurian mythos to make him truly "work" as a Servant in the Nasuverse. It's also impressive how you managed to tie him to the established lore with the white titan and all. He sounds like a total bro, and while the NP is the generic Saber swordbeam, there's still something poetically awesome about him wielding the "prototype" version of Caliburn.

    Anne Boleyn: Wow, definitely didn't expect this one. I have some ideas for an Anne Boleyn sheet as well and she's pretty much the tragic queen or an Avenger hellbent on getting revenge on Henry or seeing Elizabeth again. Seeing her as this fluffy sweets witch is definitely outside of my expectations, in a good way. Good job.
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    Historically, Anne was noted to be remarkably calm about the whole 'false accusation' thing, and notably didn't say anything mean or disparaging about Henry when frankly she had every right too, though it has been suggested that she refrained from doing so in order to avoid harming her daughter's rather fragile political position.
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    Looks at my own unfinished version 2 of Anne Boleyn

    Ok, this one posted was basically what I was planning but better in every way. Back to the drawing board!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BnEl15 View Post
    Constantinus: Just read a bit about this guy, and you're right, you kinda have to mix and match lore between his historical self and his version from the Arthurian mythos to make him truly "work" as a Servant in the Nasuverse. It's also impressive how you managed to tie him to the established lore with the white titan and all. He sounds like a total bro, and while the NP is the generic Saber swordbeam, there's still something poetically awesome about him wielding the "prototype" version of Excalibur.
    Thanks. I would have given him a more creative NP if there had been more material to work with, but sadly despite the connection to King Arthur he remains an obscure figure. That and I'm just a sucker for the whole generational narrative sorta thing.

    I'll probably tackle the rest of the family sooner or later. Preferably sooner since Vortigern at least is likely to turn up in the Camelot Lostbelt so I need to get in there first...

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    Karolus Magnus

    Nicknames: Charlemagne, Karl the Great, Karolus serenissimus Augustus a Deo coronatus magnus pacificus imperator Romanum gubernans imperium, Imperator Romanorum
    Origin: France

    Alignment: Lawful Evil
    Class:
    Berserker

    Strength: A+
    Endurance: A
    Agility: C
    Mana: C
    Luck: C

    Likes: Christianity, Francia, Conversion
    Dislikes: Saxons, Heathens
    Talents: Warfare, Rulership
    Natural Enemy: Widukind

    Class Skills-

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    Mad Enhancement: B
    -From the verdant green plains of the Seine and the Loire to the rolling stone hills and monolithic stone mountains of Aquitaine the name of Karl was one spoken with reverence and awe. He was the great warrior king that stood above them all, the greatest Christian, the new Roman Emperor. But, beyond these borders of Frankia, Karl was the bloody name of a fireborn man who poured severed heads into rivers and enforced his religion by swordpoint. He was a conqueror of lands that he had no claim to, the thief of crowns and titles. He was the greatest pretender, the false imperator, the barbarian king. This characterization was not one based on mere nothings, for Karl was guilty of all these. He mercilessly slew pagans and infidels alike for they could not, and would not, see the light. He conquered the West for they went against not only his will but the will of the Pope. He was granted the title of Roman Emperor by the Pope for his conquests, even though an Emperor of Rome still sat in the East. It is this aspect, this bloody pretender of Rome, this grim beast of the west, this furious and dominating side of Karolus Magnus, that has been summoned.

    Personal Skills-

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    Military Tactics: --
    -Karolus took his throne at a young age and from the time he took his throne to his death over thirty years later he spent year after year on campaign. From Spain to Italy to Germany to Hungary the armies of Karolus swept Europe with force unmatched. Always leading them, always guiding them, the genius hand of Karolus. His military mind was peerless at his time, his endless victories a sign of that, and as his tactical brilliance was sharpened year after year he never grew rusty, never lost his touch, he was always in perfect form. However, due to his madness as a berserker, this skill is sealed.

    Zealotry: A
    -Karolus was one of the most devout Christian rulers ever known to exist. His utter and complete dedication to the faith was incomprehensible to many, and his piety led to policies of education, sanitation, and scholastic pursuits. However, the darker side of Karolus’s zealotry came out in his conquests of the Saxons. In 782 AD, Karolus issued a legal code called the Capitulatio de partibus Saxoniae. These ordinances declared that all Saxons must Christianize or face the penalty of death. Also in the same year was the Massacre of Verden where 4,000 pagan Saxons were executed by order of Karolus.

    Holy King: A
    -Similarly to his ruler variety the berserker Karolus retains the skill Holy King which grants him advantages against demonic enemies and non-Saint divinities. This is due to Karolus’ continued and relentless wars for the spreading of gospel and his desire to bring the light of Christ to all who had ears. Not only this, but also his hatred of all things he saw as demonic including foreign gods, idols, and any would claim divinity before God.

    Imperial Privilege of the Pretender: A
    -On Christmas Day, 800 AD, the great Pope Leo III, heir to Saint Peter and Bishop of Rome, crowned Karolus Magnus as Imperator Romanorum, the Emperor of the Romans. With this he was given a title in direct opposition to the empress of the east who held the legacy of Constantine, the last true theoretical line to Augustus, and the title Emperor of the Romans. It was an empty title that only paid homage to the long dead Western Rome, and so Karolus Magnus was given a throne that was already occupied, and so Karolus became a pretender to Rome. This imperial title has given him the skill Imperial Privilege of the Pretender which works exactly the same as normal Imperial Privilege. However, when facing servants that were previously Roman emperors before the fall of the Western Roman Empire, this skill becomes sealed.


    Noble Phantasms-


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    Purgatio Viroduni: B (Anti-Army)
    The Holy Cleansing of Pagan Lands
    “Must I be so cruel? Must I be so beastly?
    You have brought this on yourself.
    Pagan...this draconian act is your burden to bear, not mine.Purgatio Viroduni!”
    Targets: 4,500

    772, in the year of our lord, I claimed suzerainty over the damned Saxons of the north. I burned their holy tree and conquered them as I had all others. They had brought it on themselves, they raided, they burned, they slaughtered, it was only justice that I grant them similar treatment. And yet they refused to see, they refused to be conquered. Year after year I had to return to cut them down like trees. Over and over they revolted, over and over I quashed them with fury. It took too long, it too took much, I had to do it, I had to show them what it meant to deny the light of God.

    782, in the year of our lord, on the banks of a meaningless river, near a meaningless town, I took four thousand five hundred Saxon men and separated them from their heads. They had refused to convert, they had refused to accept Jesus as their lord and savior. I had to do it, these draconian measures, I had to do them. All four thousand five hundred Saxon heads rolled into the river and made it run red with blood. There was so much, four thousand five hundred men’s worth of blood, I was sure the whole ocean would turn red when the river flowed out to sea. I could only imagine the horror of the Saxon kings of England as their white cliffs stained red. Four thousand five hundred Saxon men. I had ordered the deaths of four thousand five hundred Saxon men.

    Was this justice? Yes. It must be. It must be.

    The Massacre of Verden is Karolus’ second most powerful Noble Phantasm. The great king Karolus, clad in his fur and gambeson, will speak his lines in a monotone, deep voice. However, the disappointment and rage in his eyes will be undeniable. He will lift Joyeuse into the air and from it will drip the blood of Saxon men while behind him the axes of four thousand five hundred executioners will be raised into the sky lifted by invisible hands. Karolus does not want to order it, but, with tears in his fiery eyes, he will lower his sword and unleash an army of axes. They will fly forward like horizontal rain and descend upon all before them without mercy. Any who would stand against Karolus are consumed by the cloud of axes which will align their edges to the necks of those sorry ones who exist before them.
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    Irminsul Urit: A
    (Anti-Divine)

    The Infernal Tree of the Pagans
    “How beautiful this tree looks against the morning sky,
    And yet, I was warned that the devil would appear wonderful,
    Today, the Irminsul burns,
    Irminsul Urit!”
    Targets: 0-50

    -When I came upon their holy tree I could only feel wonder at its girth and beauty. Pure white bark with offerings left at the base of the trunk. There were no worshipers, they had all fled long before as the army approached, and for that I was thankful. I did not want to deal with civilian pagans, I feared what I would become. I dismounted and walked to the tree in awe of its size. So tall it seemed as if it held up the sky. And then I felt it, the rising anger, the zealot within me taking over. This tree was a shrine to whatever pagan god they so worshipped. This tree was a shrine to the devil and his ilk. No matter its beauty it can not persist. I will not allow it. This tree will become a symbol of Christ’s power on Earth. I turned to my retinue and spoke.


    Burn it, this infernal tree. Burn it in its entirety. Leave only ashes.


    Irminsul Urit, Karolus’ most powerful Noble Phantasm in his berserker form, is quite an oddity among other holy powers that servants are accustomed to seeing. The Irminsul was a Germanic pagan holy sight, one of the most revered and loved, and Karolus transformed it into a Christian icon. How? By burning it. His destruction of the tree was a turning point in Christian power in Germania, for it was not only a statement of power to the Saxons it was a sign of Christian religious dominance. As the embers took the wood, as the bark turned to ash and the branches fell down upon the floor it was Karolus alone who smiled, for he knew that the pagans could never, and would never recover. By burning the Irminsul Karolus had cleansed the earth of the paganism it had been dirtied with.

    When Karolus activates this Noble Phantasm, he will speak his lines in a serene tone of voice that slowly shifts to one of zealous rage, and when the words are finished a bounded field will be created, and the great Irminsul will rise from the ground. However, it shall be far greater than before. Instead of standing around 15-20 feet tall the trunk will reach to the heavens, almost topping 100 feet. Quickly after its formation the tree will combust and an inferno will consume the tree. Burning and blackened, the branches will fall off towards the earth. When a branch hits the ground it will explode into a shower of large fiery splinters. Each splinter is itself a holy relic of Christianity, for when the Irminsul was burned by Karolus it became a holy object of Christ, for it represented the conversion of the Saxons, and the cleansing of the earth. And so the splinters will strike forth and cleanse those it touches with hallowed flames, burning away their mortal or immortal husks to release the spirit within them. This is the essence of the burning of the Irminsul, and this is the true power of Irminsul Urit. The splinters ignore all forms of heretic divinity and all forms of infidel magic resistance, for they are that which purifies heathen magic, and nullifies the sorcery of pagans.



    Weaknesses-

    Karolus physically can not accept a master who is not Christian, he would rather die than serve a pagan.

    Personality-

    Spoiler:
    Karolus is intensely faithful to Christ and God, so faithful to the point of near insanity. He prays constantly in Latin, thanks the lord for every victory, and will recoil in disgust at any heretical or pagan action. He also has a seething hatred for any religion that is not Christianity and will not make peace or retreat when facing a servant not of a Christian background.
    In his berserker form, Karolus is chiefly merciful when possible but ruthless beyond measure believing that he must do what he must to protect the annals of Christ and keep the holy gospel alive. Even if that means mass executions and calamities. Even if that means cleansing a whole city by bathing it in holy fire.


    Desire: The complete destruction of all things Unchristian.
    He who is the Spræcwalda, his words hymns and his thoughts archaic.
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    I usually hate when someone posts in a different font but it really fits the sheet. Nice.

    I really enjoyed how the Noble Phantasms are written — the Servant's own words followed by a description that is more like narrating the moment it is used rather than explaining mechanics —, so much so that it makes me reconsider if I should change how I write NPs in my own sheet, despite this being so different from TM standard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skull View Post
    Thanks. I would have given him a more creative NP if there had been more material to work with, but sadly despite the connection to King Arthur he remains an obscure figure. That and I'm just a sucker for the whole generational narrative sorta thing.

    I'll probably tackle the rest of the family sooner or later. Preferably sooner since Vortigern at least is likely to turn up in the Camelot Lostbelt so I need to get in there first...
    Caliburnus is a nice take on an 'older' Excalibur like
    How I used Caledfwich as an older Caliburn for my Uther Lily back in the day. Constantinus' issue is that there's just so little material on the guy so what you've gotten together is still pretty damn good going.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinetree View Post
    I usually hate when someone posts in a different font but it really fits the sheet. Nice.

    I really enjoyed how the Noble Phantasms are written — the Servant's own words followed by a description that is more like narrating the moment is it used than explaining mechanics —, so much so that it makes me reconsider if I should change how I write NPs in my own sheet, despite this being so different from TM standard.
    Agreed, I never saw this guy as a Berserker but you've done a dang good job here.

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    Anybody happen to be able to locate an image of Catherine the Great (or Catherine II of Russia)?
    I seem to have run dry on my searches, and thus far all I've been able to find that isn't a portrait from her own time has been a picture of her in military uniform. Though that fits just fine, I'd like to ask for images in case someone happens to have or be able find something more Caster-y.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiki-pon View Post
    Anybody happen to be able to locate an image of Catherine the Great (or Catherine II of Russia)?
    I seem to have run dry on my searches, and thus far all I've been able to find that isn't a portrait from her own time has been a picture of her in military uniform. Though that fits just fine, I'd like to ask for images in case someone happens to have or be able find something more Caster-y.
    A Caster? I'd have expected a Rider, since she was a pretty skilled horsewoman. At least that's what I'm planning for her once I finish Massie's Catherine the Great: Portrait of a Woman. (Title mentioned not to humblebrag but to recommend that book. Massie is a great writer, even if his works are huge.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by NMR-3 View Post
    A Caster? I'd have expected a Rider, since she was a pretty skilled horsewoman. At least that's what I'm planning for her once I finish Massie's Catherine the Great: Portrait of a Woman. (Title mentioned not to humblebrag but to recommend that book. Massie is a great writer, even if his works are huge.)
    The sheet is still kinda teetering between those two classes, honestly.
    Rider would be more fitting, though deciding on fitting NPs might be a bit on the difficult side. No awesome mount means that the first two options springing to mind are either something related to her army (or possibly to the splitting up of Poland, both being military achievements) or an empowerment Noble Phantasm (playing favorites, the practice of which is well-documented).
    Caster, on the other hand, might stem from her legislation and embracing of the ideals of the Enlightenment. Though not exactly an artist, Catherine was still connected to a great amount of artistic works (and may or may not have written plays and poems to get some of her points across, according to some) thus cementing her as an artistic Caster. She also had oddly much to say about magic, namely deriding Western practices (chief among them Alchemy and the philosophy related to it) while comparing them unfavourably to Russia's own traditions (sorcery/koldovstvó and gypsy magic). And with the Tsar family being somewhat related to magic in the Nasuverse, well...
    Still undecided though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiki-pon View Post
    The sheet is still kinda teetering between those two classes, honestly.
    Rider would be more fitting, though deciding on fitting NPs might be a bit on the difficult side. No awesome mount means that the first two options springing to mind are either something related to her army (or possibly to the splitting up of Poland, both being military achievements) or an empowerment Noble Phantasm (playing favorites, the practice of which is well-documented).
    Caster, on the other hand, might stem from her legislation and embracing of the ideals of the Enlightenment. Though not exactly an artist, Catherine was still connected to a great amount of artistic works (and may or may not have written plays and poems to get some of her points across, according to some) thus cementing her as an artistic Caster. She also had oddly much to say about magic, namely deriding Western practices (chief among them Alchemy and the philosophy related to it) while comparing them unfavourably to Russia's own traditions (sorcery/koldovstvó and gypsy magic). And with the Tsar family being somewhat related to magic in the Nasuverse, well...
    Still undecided though.
    She rode overnight to (IIRC) Petershof to be accepted by the regiment there, which could be easily be an NP, with it (more-or-less) leading to her coronation as Empress. So long as you're not so crass as to do anything with the horse rumour, it'll probably be fine.

    I'm a bit sick of Casters, honestly, so I'm definitely biased, but even so that sounds like a stronger basis for Casterdom than most.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NMR-3 View Post
    She rode overnight to (IIRC) Petershof to be accepted by the regiment there, which could be easily be an NP, with it (more-or-less) leading to her coronation as Empress. So long as you're not so crass as to do anything with the horse rumour, it'll probably be fine.

    I'm a bit sick of Casters, honestly, so I'm definitely biased, but even so that sounds like a stronger basis for Casterdom than most.
    Yeah I'm not touching that rumor.
    IIRC the ride to Petershof was after she had sorta already become Empress, but needed her husband to abdicate in order to make it official.
    And as for the Caster bit, I unfortunately also have a whole lot of Riders too, so I'm kinda stuck between two options, neither of which I like too much. Caster just seems more fitting at the moment.
    But I'll see if I (or somebody else) can dig up a faceclaim worthy of the class.

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    Constantine:Not bad for such a obscure Person have you done an good Job Skull,am i Right to asume that Caliburnus can only be used once and then after the stream does it vanish ?

    Anne Boleyn : okay like this have i not visioned how she would be but you did an really good Job ! now we have obe more servant in the chaldea cantine ,now would we only Need an Berserker class Butler who his Mad Enhancement turn him into an Männer and order Maniac.

    Karolus Magnus:At first Long we havent seen you in a while here language ! Karolus is really good one Question does his Noblephantasm inclict Damage against othher Christian servants respectively howdoes it affect towards jewish servants ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiki-pon View Post
    Anybody happen to be able to locate an image of Catherine the Great (or Catherine II of Russia)?
    I seem to have run dry on my searches, and thus far all I've been able to find that isn't a portrait from her own time has been a picture of her in military uniform. Though that fits just fine, I'd like to ask for images in case someone happens to have or be able find something more Caster-y.
    What certain Looks have you imagined Shiki for the imagee ? should she have mage Robes (example wise) or how should she look like ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kabalisto Koga View Post
    What certain Looks have you imagined Shiki for the imagee ? should she have mage Robes (example wise) or how should she look like ?
    Like a Russian Tsarina, oddly enough. The faceclaim ideas I've already found have a military uniform on, so a more regal mode of clothing is what I'm looking for (so more of a queen than a mage).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiki-pon View Post
    Like a Russian Tsarina, oddly enough. The faceclaim ideas I've already found have a military uniform on, so a more regal mode of clothing is what I'm looking for (so more of a queen than a mage).
    Mmhm after an quick search in my Picture vault have i those found please tell me if one Fitting is there \/

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    The third one seems fitting, and maybe the fourth. I'm a bit bothered by the fact that those aren't orthodox crosses (actually those look like Greek Orthodox crosses but sadly not Russian Orthodox), though I can hardly imagine I could actually find a similar artwork that featured them. Thanks, Koga.
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