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    Berserker of the Demonic Bible
    "No, no, no, it's not enough... just one more night, and so many things left to write! Truly, what a needlessly complex world we live in! If only I could compress it all within a single night..."


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    "Pfft, AHAHAH, EXCELLENT! To think humanity has come so far! Yes, yes, I must write this all down! Surely 'they' would be so very thrilled to hear this! Aaah, so many things to do, so little time!"

    Class: Berserker/Caster
    Other Classes: Avenger, Foreigner(?)

    True Name: Herman the Recluse
    Alignment: Chaotic Mad
    Origin: Bohemia (13th century)


    Parameters:

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

    Likes: Writing, humanity
    Dislikes: Anyone interrupting his work
    Talent: Forbidden magecraft, compressing information
    Natural Enemy: Deadlines, them
    Armament: Book, quill
    Catalyst: A page from The Devil's Bible

    Class Skills
    Madness Enhancement (A)

    The Class Skill that characterizes a Berserker, raising basic parameters and strengthens one's physical abilities in exchange of hindering mental capacities and/or in exchange for their sense of reason. Rank up for all parameters, but most of one's reason is robbed. Berserker's madness manifests as an uncontrollable obsession to write, fearing that they will take him away if he fails to do so. He will constantly scribble down unintelligible pictures and incantations into any surface he can get his hands into, ranging from his book, the floor, walls, and everything else. Even if one were to take his quill away, he would force himself to continue writing, even using his own blood to write if nothing else is available.

    Territory Creation (D)

    A Caster-class Skill. It is the ability to build a special terrain that is advantageous to oneself as a magus, such as for the purpose of collecting mana. Berserker is able to create a small study where he may focus on his writing. A recreation of the place where he spent his final moments, one may argue how the place is too small, cramped, and dismal, yet he madly insists that "this is the only place he needs".

    Item Construction (A-)

    A Caster-class Skill. It is the Skill to manufacture magical items, from implements of war to items for daily use. Due to his alleged contract with the devil, Berserker is able to create a wide array of tools and weapons infused with demonic magecraft. However, his madness limits his proficiency with some of these items, granting a minor negative modifier to this Skill.


    Personal Skills
    Double Summon (C)

    A rare Skill possessed only by a few select Servants, permitting them to simultaneously possess Class Skills from two distinct classes. It is limited only to some of the extra classes, the cavalry classes, and "modern classes" like Gunner. Berserker possesses Class Skills from both the Berserker and Caster classes, though he identifies more with the former, due to his mentality.

    Primordial Magecraft (Indecipherable) (EX) (D)

    An ominously vague Skill denoting mastery in an extremely obscure field of ancient thaumaturgy. While at first glance, one may assume that Berserker's magecraft is demonic in nature, its true origin is theorized to be out of this world, or from the Age of Gods, if not prior. This Skill encapsulates a wide array of magecraft, including energy blasts, barriers, summoning spells, and more. Perhaps due to the peculiar nature of this magecraft or Berserker's mindset, the incantations required to activate each spell must be written down instead of uttered verbally. Even so, similar to how a large part of Berserker's book remains indecipherable to this day, the incantations used in this magecraft is also nigh-indecipherable, making it extremely unpredictable and difficult to counter. Aside from Berserker's own body and his Master's mana capacity, the limits of this Skill remain unclear, although it's theorized that Berserker only wields its most basic applications due to his madness, with more complex spells requiring more time and resources to prepare.

    Rapid Casting (B)

    The ability to speak magical incantations at an accelerated speed. Rather than "speaking", in Berserker's case, this Skill applies to "writing", as someone who allegedly completed twenty years of work in a single night. The moment he touches a pen (or any other similar tools), he would write akin to a possessed madman, finishing thousands of pages in a matter of hours. This increased writing speed is also used to support his use of Primordial Magecraft.

    Single-mindedness (B)

    The ability to immerse oneself in something, exhibiting a superhuman degree of focus. In Berserker's case, this Skill also confers benefits similar to Unyielding Will and Mental Pollution whenever he writes. It's as if he exists in his own world for the duration of his writing, shrugging off any kind of mental interference and even fatal injuries just to keep writing.
    Noble Phantasm(s)

    Tome of Summated Universal Wisdom
    Codex Gigas - Compriment

    "I'll show them... I'LL SHOW THEM ALL!! LAUGH AND CURSE YOUR OWN FOLLY AS YOU BITE INTO THE FORBIDDEN FRUIT! MY HANDS WILL FORCE THE ENTIRE WORLD INTO THESE PAGES! CODEX GIGAS: COMPRIMENT!""

    Type: Anti-Unit, Conceptual
    Rank: B+
    Range: 1-500
    Max Targets: Varies

    Berserker's only work: a cryptic tome said to contain "all of earthly knowledge", despite several missing pages and a considerable portion of indecipherable texts. It's unclear how Berserker was able to write such a thing in a single night (if the legend is to be believed), although it was said that he did so by accepting a deal with something. Nevertheless, this Noble Phantasm represents the conceptual ability to "forcibly compress the entire world within the confines of a single book". A tome of
    blasphemous
    untold
    ,
    forbidden
    indecipherable
    knowledge, Berserker likens it to the forbidden fruit from the Garden of Eden. Without unleashing its True Name, this Noble Phantasm is usable as an incantation that allows Berserker to "compress" things. Be it information, physical force, magical energy, and many more, by uttering this special incantation, Berserker is able to "capture" them and "infuse" them into something else. For example, he could "capture" the force of a speeding truck and "infuse" them into a pebble, turning it into a powerful projectile weapon, or he could "capture" his own memories and "infuse" them into a piece of paper, granting whoever touches a piece of that paper a look into said memories. That said, a downside to this ability is that Berserker still possesses a certain limit as to how much he can "capture" at any given moment, meaning he cannot simply "capture" the full force of an EX-rank Anti-World Noble Phantasm, for example. Furthermore, upon "capturing" something, he must "infuse" it into another object within one minute (possibly less if the object in question is particularly powerful), or the spell would break and harm his own Spirit Origin.

    A different application of this Noble Phantasm is usable by unleashing its True Name. Upon doing so, Berserker's tome radiates a certain energy throughout his surroundings, akin to a scanning function. Similar to his legend, this function aims to "chronicle the entirety of earthly wisdom". This strips Heroic Spirits and ancient technology of mystery as every single captured human phenomenon is explained and infinitely dissected within Berserker's tome. Of course, due to his own madness and obsession with writing only, Berserker lacks the capability to effectively make use of this obtained knowledge. Nonetheless, this function alone is enough to significantly weaken most Servants. Finally, the third, most terrifying aspect of this Noble Phantasm lies in Berserker's own mindset. This Noble Phantasm utilizes the principle of "Berserker compresses everything into his book". Therefore, by reversing this principle, the World considers "If something is not in that book, it must not exist". That is to say, if during the scan, Berserker considers something "unnecessary" or "outside the boundaries of earthly wisdom", the World would attempt to invalidate its existence. Due to interference from the Counter Force, this effect is merely temporary, and the World would once again correct itself once this Noble Phantasm is deactivated. Nonetheless, while this Noble Phantasm remains active, recognized targets may temporarily be erased from existence. For living beings such as Servants, their parameters would rapidly drop as their existences are erased from the people's collective unconscious, before their physical bodies ultimately vanish. As for what Berserker considers "unnecessary"... his standards are extremely vague and fickle. The most obvious target would be something "outside this world", meaning something not made by human hands, or something divine or otherworldly in nature. Yet in other times, depending on his state of mind, his standards may randomly change, making this Noble Phantasm highly unpredictable as it is powerful. That said, the limit to this Noble Phantasm lies in its absurdly high mana cost, considering how Berserker personally overwrites multiple natural laws during its activation. Using this Noble Phantasm for one minute alone is enough to put a significant, potentially life-threatening mana strain on both Berserker and his Master.

    May This Night Outlive Eternity
    Codex Gigas - Extendo

    "No, no, no, I can't stop now! So many things left to write, and daybreak is fast approaching! Ah, if only this night could last forever..."

    Type: Anti-Unit (Self), Conceptual
    Rank: B+
    Range: -
    Max Targets: 1

    Another interpretation regarding Berserker's deal with the devil. Instead of "compressing the entire world to be written in one night", what if the deal instead "extends the night, enough to write an entire world"? In that sense, instead of "compressing", this Noble Phantasm represents the conceptual ability to "extend" Berserker's time. As an example, let us assume that time runs in a manner of "1, 2, 3, 4". By activating this Noble Phantasm through a certain incantation, Berserker's own time becomes "1, 2, 3, 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, ..., 3.9, 4", granting himself a window of extra time to move about as he pleases. From an outsider's perspective, Berserker may seemingly be able to teleport or increase his agility to inhuman levels out of nowhere. In that sense, this Noble Phantasm bears some resemblance to a certain innate time control ability possessed by a certain mage. Normally, Berserker can only "extend" time by about ten seconds, requiring roughly two minutes of "cooldown period" before being able to cast the same spell.

    By unleashing This Noble Phantasm's True Name, Berserker stretches his own concept of time and space into an infinite value. Reminiscent of how he single-mindedly wrote his book in his cold, empty room, free from any external influence, now this Noble Phantasm considers Berserker to be "inside his own realm" by establishing a localized bounded field enveloping his own body. In this state, physical attacks would harmlessly phase through him and beams would somehow burn out and fade away before touching him, akin to shining a flashlight upon the night sky. Unless one possesses "an attack that will certainly hit no matter what", Berserker is effectively untouchable while this Noble Phantasm is active. Perhaps due to the completely opposing nature of Berserker's two Noble Phantasms, this Noble Phantasm cannot be used while Codex Gigas - Compriment is active, and vice-versa. Aside from that, similar to Codex Gigas - Compriment, this Noble Phantasm's "second stage" also requires an absurdly high mana cost to maintain.


    Description
    Berserker's True Name is Herman the Recluse, a 13th century Benedictine monk and author of the Codex Gigas, also known as The Devil's Bible.
    Summoned as a Berserker, little is known regarding his true personality, beyond his obsession with writing. While details regarding his life barely exist, one thing for sure, he encountered something on that fateful night. He seems to be equally terrified and resentful towards them, occasionally muttering curses under his breath while also madly writing as if his own life is on the line, fearing that they will come for him should he ever stop writing. Due to this obsession, Berserker rarely engages in combat, preferring to lock himself away in some enclosed space to continue writing. He would scribble numerous indecipherable incantations throughout his surroundings prior to engagement, turning the entire area into an automatic death-trap of sorts while he continues to write in peace.

    His darker aspects aside, Berserker does seem to possess some interest towards "earthly knowledge". Upon being summoned, he would attempt to document the entirety of his surroundings, describing and illustrating every phenomenon he observes in his book, though he occasionally uses some ancient, indecipherable language in his writings. He also possesses a certain standard of "beauty" when it comes to "earthly knowledge", although it's unclear whether these standards are his own, or if they are born of theirinfluence. All in all, befitting of a Berserker, complete mutual understanding is impossible, and one may require some guesswork to discern the true contents of Berserker's writings and understand the chaotic intricacies of his mind.

    Of course, ultimately, one question remains: just who are they? Seeing how Berserker is able to summon a number of demonic-looking Phantasmals using his magecraft, one may assume that, exactly as per his legend, he truly did make a deal with the devil. However, is that truly the case..? One thing for sure, simply inquiring about the matter is enough to cause Berserker to lash out, as if the mere mention of them is enough fill his heart with both fear and loathing. Considering the small number of individuals able to inflict such a devastating trauma upon his psyche, three suspects come to mind...

    Is it truly the devil? or some other cosmic entity beyond our understanding? or perhaps in a more mundane, yet arguably more horrifying sense, the fellow monks who condemned him to his death?


    Lore
    Little is known regarding the life of Herman the Recluse. According to legend, he was a Benedictine monk who committed a certain unspecified transgression and was sentenced to be walled up alive and starved to death. However, in a plea for his life, he convinced the Abbot to let him live if he could create a book that encapsulated all earthly knowledge in one night. Herman wrote until midnight, upon which he realized he could not finish his masterpiece and sold his soul to a devil in exchange for the ability to finish the Codex Gigas... or so the legend goes.

    In truth, no one actually knows what happened to the poor monk on that fateful night. The following morning, Herman was found dead in his desk. His walls were scribbled with countless indecipherable messages, some of which were written using his own blood. In front of his dead body lied a massive tome; the Codex Gigas.

    The tome had piqued the curiosity of countless historians, theologists, and occultists throughout the years. Its contents include a perfect handwritten reproduction of the Vulgate bible, a number of important political, theological, historical documents of the time, a calendar filled with obituaries, a series of occult texts, and a large portion of indecipherable writing. Most ominously, throughout the pages, there were numerous illustrations of a certain inhuman being, assumed to be the devil.

    Of course, the validity of this legend had often been disputed, yet many of its mysteries remain unanswered. For one, producing this tome would require thousands of animal skin, which would span months or even years to process. However, no historical record of this tome's production exists. If the legend is to be believed, it's as if the tome had inexplicably came into existence in a single night. Furthermore, multiple tests had been performed to reproduce this tome, and it was determined that it would require twenty years of nonstop writing to reproduce the texts, not counting the illustrations. All which Herman allegedly completed in a single night. A handwriting analysis was also performed, and it was determined that the entire tome was written by the hands of one person, making any theories about joint projects impossible. In 1697, the last ten pages of this tome had also reportedly gone missing in a fire, which further stoked the rumors and mysteries surrounding the tome. It was said that these ten missing pages contain some sort of forbidden knowledge that may greatly alter humanity's fate, comparable to the legendary Forbidden Fruit of Eden.

    Yet at the end of the day, so many questions remain unanswered, pertaining to both the cryptic tome and its equally cryptic author.


    Creator's Notes/Fun Facts
    Just a quickie I finished in a few hours. I found mentions of the Codex Gigas in a certain occult site and figured I just had to make a sheet for the guy. I know he gives off more questions than answers, though, something which I may hopefully answer in the future.

    - As I may have stated before, I'm usually not a big fan of completely mindless Berserkers, and aside from my old Albert Fish sheet, Herman is probably the one closest to that description. I just can't in good conscience write a rampaging, completely crazed Berserker like FGO's Darius III, since I believe these type of characters detract so much from the original figure. Like what is the real Darius III like, aside from his one-sided obsession with Iskandar? So while I know Berserker's are made to be the "mindless, rampaging class", I still try to drop hints of their original characters along the way, even if not all of them can be as profoundly eloquent as my Kafka or Dazai.

    - The Berserker/Caster class is arguably his most "human" incarnation. His two alternate classes represent the two possible answers to the questions presented in this sheet. As an Avenger, he really did make a deal with the devil, and he holds a grudge towards the monks who condemned him, and the entirety of the Church by extension. As a Foreigner, on the other hand, he instead made a deal with an Outer God (possibly one who holds the concept of "archiving" things, idk, not that well-versed in Lovecraftian lore). He's relatively more altruistic here, desiring to create an accessible compiled source of human knowledge for the benefit of everyone, only to be misunderstood and condemned as a heretic instead. As for which of these two possibilities is "canon", well... who knows? Maybe both of them are true to certain extents. Hopefully I'd get around to writing one of these alternate classes soon someday.

    - Sure, you may feel that this sheet is more like a big tease for said alternate class, but in my defense, I also ended up with more unanswered questions than answers when reading about this guy. His entire life story is so vague (that part about him being found dead in his room is an original addition from me, since there was simply no mention of what happened to him after he allegedly signed his deal at midnight), and I also had to conflate the legend of Codex Gigas with certain other indecipherable documents like the Voynich Manuscript, just to add to that ominous, mystery feel I'm trying to invoke.

    - No relationship section this time, because simply put, Herman is even more devoted to his writing compared to Andersen, and even more of a shut-in compared to Osakabehime. He's just so focused on writing that he doesn't care for any social interactions at all. Regarding lines from other Servants...

    *Andersen would lament how "deadlines can really scar a man".
    *Kafka and Dazai would feel curious towards his "tome of summated universal wisdom", hoping that this knowledge may help them become "human".
    *Emiya (Assassin) would remark on the similarities of their Noble Phantasms.
    *Scheherazade would feel somewhat afraid of his ability to create "a night that lasts forever".
    *Osakabehime would feel some sort of one-sided sense of kinship towards him.
    *Edison would consider how his ability to do twenty years of work in a single night may help his means of mass-production.

    - Imagine the enemy being invited into a library, and it turned out every page of every book within said library had already been filled with his writings. That's a brief image of how he'd normally fight in a HGW.

    - Similar to many other Berserkers, the class considerably gimps his abilities. For example, in any other class, he could've used more complex spells through his Primordial Magecraft. As a Berserker, he just sticks to the basic energy blasts, barriers, and occasionally phantasmal summoning and transformation. Similarly, both of his NPs' "second stage" would be absolutely busted if utilized properly, but due to his singular obsession with writing, he instead just aims to end every encounter as fast as possible, with no regard for any complicated strategies. Not to mention a Berserker's normally high mana cost.

    - All in all, well, uh... to be continued?
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    Arthurian Sheetamatic Universe! Morg van Destro's Avatar
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    Herman the Recluse: Welp, I tried to say something earlier, but for whatever reason, the forum's been down the last few hours. Thus, I shall try to repeat what I was going to say.
    This guy is creepy, and it's been a while since I've seen a Double Summon, especially one with a more interesting combination like Berserker/Caster. I really like the unique powers of the NP, and it's very similar to what I did with Lovecraft (who I haven't thought of in a while). I'm also remined of this Berserker, and it just makes me want to know who he is more.
    I think that was the original gist of it.
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    死徒二十七祖 The Twenty Seven Dead Apostle Ancestors Dragolord09's Avatar
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    Say Morg, I realize this particular conversation will probably continue over PMs, but are you and Skull (if he's interested too) in any need of fresh names to make Servants out of from the Arthurian myths and legends?

    Fabulous job by the way with all your sheets thus far.

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    Morg I understand, but why me?

    I haven't posted a sheet in years.
    "Here's a bangin lil' tune about takin' on The Man!"

    (Check out my Super Special Awesome Servant Compendium here)

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    I wouldn't not be interested. I've got a couple ideas and possibilities I've bookmarked, but I think my rapid turnover rate has finally gotten to me a bit. Then again, I could be wrong and feel rejuvenated by tomorrow, I'm a very fickle creature at times. Still, if you got a couple ideas or suggestions, throw 'em over. I recently saw this guy, and have further realized there are probably still a Lot (foreshadowing maybe?) of choices left on the table.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skull View Post
    Morg I understand, but why me?

    I haven't posted a sheet in years.
    Except on the contest. If you couldn't tell, I took a little inspiration from your presentation.
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    死徒二十七祖 The Twenty Seven Dead Apostle Ancestors Dragolord09's Avatar
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    Really? Thought you'd posted a couple a while back. Then again, it seems like just when you think someone is out of the Servant creation game on this site, they come back with a surprise entry that shows they still got it.

    EDIT: Skull I mean, not you Morg.

    EDIT 2: Alright Morg, give me a day or two to get some names and possible classes (along with relevant links attached in hyperlink form if possible) together and ready to sent on a PM.
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    "It seems I've been given another chance! Greetings, Master! I am Mor-Medraut, your Saber."


    True Name: Medraut
    Class: Saber
    Alignment: Lawful Good~Neutral Evil
    Alt. Classes: Berserker, Avenger
    Region: Britain
    Armament: Sword

    Parameters:
    STR: B+
    END: B+
    AGI: B
    MAG: B
    LCK: E

    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. Cancel spells with a chant below three verses. Even if targeted by High-Thaumaturgy and Greater Rituals, it is difficult for them to be affected.

    Riding B
    A Class Skill of Rider and Saber class Servants, denoting the ability to ride mounts and vehicles. Rider-class Servants will typically possess a high rank. It is said that dragon type mounts are an exception, requiring a different ability other than Riding. 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.

    Personal Skills:

    Mana Burst A-
    The increase in performance caused by infusing one's weapons and body with Magical Energy and instantly expelling it. Simply put, recreating the effect of a jet burst by pushing out large amounts of Magical Energy. Saber has natural skill with it and seems quite capable but she has only realized the capability of using it near the end of her life so there is sometimes an inconsistency.

    Instinct B+
    The ability to instantly identify “the best personal course of action” during combat. Because this Skill allows for the prediction of trajectory, it is possible to avoid attacks from firearms. Only within Brwydr Camlan does this skill reach the rank of A.

    Eissor Medrawd B
    A skill that puts perception on Saber's nature as a knight, representing the best parts of her. She was said to have a good nature and plenty of valor on the battlefield, something that is valued among those who followed the chivalric code. Comprises the effects of Charisma, Bravery, and Oath of Protection. Is sealed when Brwydr Camlan is active.

    Curse of The Mayborn EX
    A skill denoting the prophecy regarding the downfall of the once and future king. The cloud of misfortune that envelops the fate of the child born of May. Though she may try to avoid it, the longer she exists the more the world will align her to betray all she stood for. Passively, it puts her Luck parameter at E rank but when used actively, the skill raises her Strength, Endurance, and Luck parameters by one in exchange for an escalating Mental Pollution like effect that takes time to wear off after battle.

    Noble Phantasm

    May Day's Retribution: A Promise To Bring You Down
    Rank: B
    Type: Anti-Unit

    The first noble phantasm of Saber, recognizing her actions playing a major part of the downfall of Camelot and the death of King Arthur. At some point in her life, Saber had come across the truth concerning her birth and relationship with King Arthur, vowing to destroy the kingdom he created in revenge. Whenever Saber makes a vow to take vengeance upon someone she feels has wronged her, the event where she gains the chance to take it becomes an inevitability as the probability of Saber and her foe crossing paths becomes closer to 100%.

    Brwydr Camlan: Fatal Battle Among The Twisted Land
    Rank: A
    Type: Bounded Field

    The second noble phantasm of Saber, crystallizing the famous battle of Arthurian Legend that spelled the death of King Arthur and Mordred. It is a bounded field that replicates not only the appearance of the land at the point when Arthur and Mordred came to clash but also the sounds of clashing weapons and screams of the dying and wounded are prevalent. It is within the field itself where not only Saber's Curse of The Mayborn skill is at its highest, granting her strength but seals her Eissor Medrawd, erasing any sort of heroism she ever had for the duration of the noble phantasm. The main function of the field other than creating "an area where only one is allowed to leave" is to host a sudden death match. Whoever lands the first blood, whether it be Saber or her foe, instantly causes the destruction of the Spirit Origin of the other. A true representation of the single stroke battle between The King and The Traitor.

    Clarent: Brilliant and Radiant Royal Sword
    Rank: C (B)
    Type: Anti-Unit

    The third noble phantasm of Saber. It is the shining silver sword stolen by Mordred in her path of revenge against Arthur. It is something that symbolizes the authority of kingship upon one's succession to the throne. However, none of that meant anything to the Saber so enveloped by her quest for vengeance, so the rank fell down due to the circumstances. However, the power to amplify is still present within it. It is automatically summoned, replacing Saber's normal sword, when Brwydr Camlan is active.


    Lore

    Saber's True Name is Mordred, or rather Medraut, the Knight of The Round Table that rebelled against King Arthur which culminated in the Battle of Camlan that spelled their death. However, differing from the one that was born as a homunculus, this was born as human as any other child, disregarding her heritage. Due to a prophecy given to the king, Medraut, along with many other newborns were sent off into the sea to die. Miraculously, Medraut survived, and was taken in to be raised by a fisherman who found her.

    Growing up, she was a wild young girl who couldn't, and wouldn't, be restrained by her environment which had the effect of leading to the locals believing she was actually a boy. This worked in her favor when she found herself working as a squire in Camelot under the Knight of the Lake, Lancelot. Under his command, she tempered herself into an exemplary example of a knight, barring the episodes of perversion she seemed to have gotten from somewhere, and was made into a Knight of The Round Table.

    Life continued for Medraut; fulfilling her duties as a knight, going on an adventure with her fellow knights, and participating in the occasional tourney. Until she met a priest who told her of her origins. She...broke after that. After some time, she decided to rebel against the King during the conflicts that were already happening within the kingdom, which culminated into a battle that ended the reign of king Arthur.


    Personality

    Saber can be said to have two sides of herself that show themselves on occasion. The first is the good natured Medraut that displays itself most of the time. She is a kind, personable knight that upheld the code of chivalry instilled in her during her days as a squire. What's less said is that her gaze is, at times, attracted to wedded females with large 'advantages'. The other part of her is that of an aloof, amoral tyrant. There is no concept of mercy and honor within her and more often than not, she will become obsessed with something to the point that she is willing to ruin all things around her to get it. This part of her comes out when her Curse of The Mayborn is active for too long. Saber shows frustration when coming out of that state. "I can't let this happen again", is a common thought for her. In truth, that very thought belongs to the third side of her. The culmination of her inner regrets and guilt towards everything that's happened. That side detests the willful ignorance of her first side and the emotional frigidity of her second side.

    Her attitude towards the Master is one of deference, treating them as her current lord in the meantime. She'll follow most orders, barring those that comprises the things she stands for. She has subtle cues on her feelings toward them with the most notable being how she addresses them. Master is her neutral address, representing her acknowledgement of her contract. My lord for when takes a liking to her current Master. Then there is My king, which bears negative connotations to her.

    Creator's Note: So this wasn't as hard I though it was going to be to finish.
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    Medraut: So, she's basically a wraith differentiated from Mordred by the name and differing legends. That's a pretty interesting idea, if so.

    Also, where's the pic from?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RoydGolden View Post
    That quote reminds me of what Caesar said about Vercingetorix: "Gaul united, forming a single nation, animated by a common purpose, can defy the universe". I guess Burebista having an army-summon is fitting for the reasons you mentioned, though personally I tend not to use NPs like that even for Servants who'd theoretically qualify for them unless I can think of an obvious "gimmick' that sets them apart (for instance my Henry V's NP where the army was actually wraiths formed from the mud of his famous battlefield). I just think Iskandar being able to call on his army as a Heroic Spirit is something special to him and every great military commander Servant following suit makes it less impressive IMO. I mainly suggested nixing it since you have five NPs already which struck me as a rather excessive amount, especially since they're all so high-ranked.

    And I get what you were going for with Burebista's "united power of the Barbarians" angle, it just seemed to me a bit much to lay on a fairly obscure figure. I wonder if someone like Vercingetorix or Boudica (even if her canon self downplays that aspect) would be better-suited for the "ultimate anti-Rome type Servant" portrayal. Fair enough about the justification for his last NP.

    Also, I'm curious how Burebista would interact with/fare in a fight against my Pericles Servant. Since they were both great rulers favored by all their pantheon's gods, who presided over a golden age of their respective nation that ended with their own death. I presume Burebista would dislike Pericles at first on principle just because he's Greek, but I wonder if they might grow to understand each other after a dialogue or see the other as a "worthy opponent"...
    AT first a happy Birthday Royd !

    About Pericles i could think that Combat wise Burebista would have the obvious Advantage as he is a experienced Warrior during Pericles were atleast only a Commander which presumably only rarely had to fight directly ,



    i could imagine that Burebista would atack him with his Sica swords which he uses mostly at the start of a fight as he sees in Pericles not a strong Opponent so would he force him to use the Spear Manifestation of Vronti Ritoriki upon which he would use instead his Spear of Savazios which has in the Rider class no abbillities beyond being a Divine Constuct would he then fight with using his own Thunder Blasts upon when he has overpowered Pericles which would then draw back the spear which would taint Burebista to attack him upon which would then use the true Name release which would then surprise Burebista and would likely kill hm so would Pericles think he have defeated him but then would ZAlmoxis Reitio acttivate himself so would a sort of Portal open from which Burebista is emerging now full Health and would then go to Pericless and upon seeing his rathe exhausted state aswell as Pericless is internally scream Bakana ! say,

    "I see that was a Noblephantasm that is based upon aa Blessing of your God Zeus Right ? well this was one of my Noblephantasm which is based on a Blessing and teaching of one of our Gods . I know that you Greeks aswell your Inherits have not a high oppinion of us how were the word again that you gave us Barbarians but beware this symbolise further our indomitable Spirit , you Greek people have Always oppressed us ,forced your Moral and values on the Tribes of the BAlkan Region in your Hubris that your Culture is better !? .

    " Now would he draw his Sword to finish Pericless but then " No it isnt satsfying to defeat you in this state i will spare you as you seem to be devoid the speech am i interested to hear your answer you Greek Noble ."

    He withdraw his Sword and thenn does he use healing Sorcery to heal his Wounds and offer him his Hand to get up then would he say this to Pericless during he turn towards him his back and "i am curious About your answer the next time we Encounter each other i will expect your Explanation so survive until then…" says he with a to Point his finger towards him as he then would turn in Spirit form .

    I would be curious how Pericless oppinion of my Burebista would be bevor to Encounter him (though with some other means gained the Intel of his identity i mean Scenario wise) , and then how he would think of Burebista speech and his oppinion after this ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Morg van Destro View Post
    Burebista: I do like that you've gone more sparse on character and personality, as we don't need to know every single little minor detail about them and should instead only highlight important things, but I wish you had applied less is more to literally everything else.
    A trend I'm personally beginning to grow tired of in your sheets is how ridiculously overpowered they tend to be as well as the large amount of NPs you tend to give them. Not every Servant needs to be able to win a war while barely trying and not every Servant needs to be Perseus. I'd rather have someone, and I know this will sound weird, more realistic than the constant god-level threats you keep making.
    I say this because I tend to like your sheets, but I just keep getting the thought of "Oh boy. Another extremely needlessly OP character by Koga" and I don't want to think that. I want to enjoy reading your sheets and see the work you put in, but when I see a wall of text and 5 to 7 NPs, I just have to struggle through it I feel.
    Also, Dagonet really wouldn't have anything to say to them. You should probably consider who you suggest and how they in their stories and personalities relate more to a character before asking that question because this is the second time you've asked and I've had nothing to say.
    That may have been more brutal than I wanted. Luckily, my cousins have gone back home, so I can probably get to bed at a reasonable time tonight.

    Liechtenauer: Never once thought about the Servantverse, mostly because Heroine X was just Artoria adjacent for me, but this is pretty cool, especially for someone who would probably be a Wraith normally. The use of German names for Skills and NPs just reminds me of Francisco Romero's Spanish, and reminding me of that wholesome boy is always a plus. Also, I'm proud of you fighting through the chuuni. Yūta Togashi would be proud.
    I know that during other profile maker are making a more wider range of powerlevels with their Servantsare i tend to make the Highest Calibers . But okay i will try to make also a less stronger Servvant . About the Win the war on a Whime i would say it depends if one of the fifth fuyuki grailwar then yes ,(though i Always wondered how it would went if Kirei and Gilgamesh never participated and Lancer had Bazet still as Master) , if we measure it on the strange fake one then even he would have a challenge .

    Though i appreciate that you say you tend to like my profiles . About Dagonet i thought with Abre more a Chaldea Community talk scenario like what a good Hostess she is and what she good hearted individual is and if she is willing to hear his stories . and About Tugarin was it as Tugarin could from his Background (except the Geography i mean) also fitt in Camelot so i meant if h remind him on one of the Knights off the Round table if you et what i mean ?
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    Eh, I'd call her a very distant "what if" that adheres more to her literary origin than her vanilla counterpart does. But your description fits too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kabalisto Koga View Post
    AT first a happy Birthday Royd !

    About Pericles i could think that Combat wise Burebista would have the obvious Advantage as he is a experienced Warrior during Pericles were atleast only a Commander which presumably only rarely had to fight directly ,



    i could imagine that Burebista would atack him with his Sica swords which he uses mostly at the start of a fight as he sees in Pericles not a strong Opponent so would he force him to use the Spear Manifestation of Vronti Ritoriki upon which he would use instead his Spear of Savazios which has in the Rider class no abbillities beyond being a Divine Constuct would he then fight with using his own Thunder Blasts upon when he has overpowered Pericles which would then draw back the spear which would taint Burebista to attack him upon which would then use the true Name release which would then surprise Burebista and would likely kill hm so would Pericles think he have defeated him but then would ZAlmoxis Reitio acttivate himself so would a sort of Portal open from which Burebista is emerging now full Health and would then go to Pericless and upon seeing his rathe exhausted state aswell as Pericless is internally scream Bakana ! say,

    "I see that was a Noblephantasm that is based upon aa Blessing of your God Zeus Right ? well this was one of my Noblephantasm which is based on a Blessing and teaching of one of our Gods . I know that you Greeks aswell your Inherits have not a high oppinion of us how were the word again that you gave us Barbarians but beware this symbolise further our indomitable Spirit , you Greek people have Always oppressed us ,forced your Moral and values on the Tribes of the BAlkan Region in your Hubris that your Culture is better !? .

    " Now would he draw his Sword to finish Pericless but then " No it isnt satsfying to defeat you in this state i will spare you as you seem to be devoid the speech am i interested to hear your answer you Greek Noble ."

    He withdraw his Sword and thenn does he use healing Sorcery to heal his Wounds and offer him his Hand to get up then would he say this to Pericless during he turn towards him his back and "i am curious About your answer the next time we Encounter each other i will expect your Explanation so survive until then…" says he with a to Point his finger towards him as he then would turn in Spirit form .

    I would be curious how Pericless oppinion of my Burebista would be bevor to Encounter him (though with some other means gained the Intel of his identity i mean Scenario wise) , and then how he would think of Burebista speech and his oppinion after this ?
    Thanks man. That scenario sounds pretty much accurate. I imagine Pericles would be shocked that a "mere barbarian" chose to spare his life and want to learn more about Burebista after that, plus preparing for a rematch. Out of curiosity, how much do you think the fight would differ if Pericles did recon to find info on all Burebista's NPs and had the chance to summon Cecropia Anagénnisi? Could he pull out a win or is a fully serious Burebista just too powerful for him to take out? (I imagine Burebista would win if he used his Last Glory Noble Phantasm, but then it might be a double-kill because he'd be greatly weakened afterwards and from surmounting the Acropolis' gauntlet).

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    Oh wait, how did I miss that? Happy Birthday Royd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vance View Post
    Oh wait, how did I miss that? Happy Birthday Royd.
    Ha, seems like this is the day of people wishing happy birthday outside the designated thread (well, I guess it feels more spontaneous that way). In any case, thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morg van Destro View Post
    Herman the Recluse: Welp, I tried to say something earlier, but for whatever reason, the forum's been down the last few hours. Thus, I shall try to repeat what I was going to say.
    This guy is creepy, and it's been a while since I've seen a Double Summon, especially one with a more interesting combination like Berserker/Assassin. I really like the unique powers of the NP, and it's very similar to what I did with Lovecraft (who I haven't thought of in a while). I'm also remined of this Berserker, and it just makes me want to know who he is more.
    I think that was the original gist of it.
    Dang, that feeling when you came across an interesting Fate fic, only to find out that it's dead/abandoned midway with a bunch of its original Servant identities still a mystery... it really leaves you wanting more.

    Medraut: Nothing much to say here, aside from how it's a good take on a more "historically accurate" Mordred. Nasuverse interpretations are interesting and all, but sometimes they do leave me wanting to see a more "accurate" representation, like an actual Attilla the Hun or non-mecha Greek Gods. Back to your Medraut, Curse of the Mayborn and May Day's retribution is a good representation of her tragic status as a "traitor", though I wonder if the NP can just be integrated into the Skill or vice-versa, since both of them represent her ultimate "role" in the legend of King Arthur, in a way.

    Oh, and not to mention, happy birthday to Royd!
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    Actually, the story is still ongoing. It's just that it's been 100 chapters, and he still hasn't revealed it. Honestly, I'm more invested in his interesting Servants than the story. I'll probably read the story proper one day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morg van Destro View Post
    Herman the Recluse: Welp, I tried to say something earlier, but for whatever reason, the forum's been down the last few hours. Thus, I shall try to repeat what I was going to say.
    This guy is creepy, and it's been a while since I've seen a Double Summon, especially one with a more interesting combination like Berserker/Assassin. I really like the unique powers of the NP, and it's very similar to what I did with Lovecraft (who I haven't thought of in a while). I'm also remined of this Berserker, and it just makes me want to know who he is more.
    I think that was the original gist of it.
    Aha i werent the only one that had difficulties , one Question Morg were on your screen also "Bad Gateway errror " ?

    Quote Originally Posted by RoydGolden View Post
    Thanks man. That scenario sounds pretty much accurate. I imagine Pericles would be shocked that a "mere barbarian" chose to spare his life and want to learn more about Burebista after that, plus preparing for a rematch. Out of curiosity, how much do you think the fight would differ if Pericles did recon to find info on all Burebista's NPs and had the chance to summon Cecropia Anagénnisi? Could he pull out a win or is a fully serious Burebista just too powerful for him to take out? (I imagine Burebista would win if he used his Last Glory Noble Phantasm, but then it might be a double-kill because he'd be greatly weakened afterwards and from surmounting the Acropolis' gauntlet).
    so i m curious how would your Pericles think when he has found out About the identity of Burebista and after he has recherched About him in Libraries etc ? If he would have through observing the other fights or other means would get info About his Noblephantasm would at first must i Mention that he would regardless the Situation not even consider to use Telefteia Doxa unless he should have to fight against a "Grailwar Destroyer" like exampl,e wise Humbaba which i would call it as we saw no skills or Noblephantasm from True Berserker thus i rannk it as such or other examples would be the worst case Count Vlad in Apocrypha had entered Romania and get Vlads fame bost ,so where he would find it neccesary out of his Heroic nature or if he has towards his Masster got a really Deep Relationship to his Master so that he get the feeling of responsibility to win in their cause at any cost .Though normal will he rather use all other Options but okay to Comeback at the actual

    Question i would think that after having spectated his Mount ,the Army summon aswell the Gauntlet could i think that he would be at awe of how powerfull Burebista is and would think that Cecropia Anagennisi could be his only Chance of a Victory ,but i would ijagine as he is a cunning tactician he also could think that he may be a to strong Opponent . However as your Pericless is a Man of Honor would i tend to asume he would specially after Burebista has not only spared him but even also healed his Wounds and injuries that he will hold a fair and honorfull second fight.

    plus that should he in casual outside the War erncounter him could i imagine that they are (please Imagine withhin Fuyuki their encountering each other on a Market ) that they are Chat in a Little Food stand where they would Exchange each other where i would be curious what Quesions Pericless would ask Burebista ? what would you say Royd ?

    So the reall Question would be how would act and react Burebista after Pericless should summon Cecropia Anagennisi ? He would at first be openly impressed upon this feat and would openly praise Pericless as Burebista respects Strenght , the would he consider his Option (there may be also the side Question if his MAster is beside him or not as this would Play a Role though i asume here that his Master somewhere safe) if he exampe wse should summon some of his Warriors and let them Advance into the different parts or if he should save some Mana or if he should use Mani judicantos and destruct it but in either case does he rather take on the challenge to explore the Buildings and Corridors as he has also curious side .

    So like every really powerfull servant in fate has he also a personal aspect that lets him hold back as he appreciate the Challenge . So would Burebista fight atfirst somewhat Held back as to be fully serious . However after having aknowledged Pericless s honorfull Opponent will he give all (without Telefte Doxa obviously) .

    So if he take all Features Cecropia Anagennisi would i tend to say that they Win chances of their second fight are 70 % that Burebista can win but Pericless has chances when he is planning his steps wisely and when he succed in to drain Burebista of his Mana enough but it would be in anycase a guerented Epic Battle that would be worthy of a ufotable Animation .

    Quote Originally Posted by BnEl15 View Post
    Dang, that feeling when you came across an interesting Fate fic, only to find out that it's dead/abandoned midway with a bunch of its original Servant identities still a mystery... it really leaves you wanting more.

    Medraut: Nothing much to say here, aside from how it's a good take on a more "historically accurate" Mordred. Nasuverse interpretations are interesting and all, but sometimes they do leave me wanting to see a more "accurate" representation, like an actual Attilla the Hun or non-mecha Greek Gods. Back to your Medraut, Curse of the Mayborn and May Day's retribution is a good representation of her tragic status as a "traitor", though I wonder if the NP can just be integrated into the Skill or vice-versa, since both of them represent her ultimate "role" in the legend of King Arthur, in a way.

    Oh, and not to mention, happy birthday to Royd!
    Wel About accurate representation have i made a Hades and Poseidon profile were i conciously deny this MEcha nnsense and About Attila i admit i have Attila on my servant list where he is the real Hunn Ruler and i can tell that this Attila is powerfull without the Space gibberish and no there will be no Connections to the Greek Ares but i can tell this Attila has Saber,Archer,Rider,Berserker and Avenger Qualifications .

    Hermann the reclusive.really good and honestly somewhat unsettlng how would be his Mentality in his other Classess respectively if summoned only as Caster respectively as Berserker and how would be his Noblephantasm different ? and have ypu finished he profile really in just few Hours well then beware you seem to have a simmilar Inspiration sourse perhaps as he .Little jokwe aside would he react upon encountering my Baal Zebul servant ?

    ad have you seen my Burebista servant in the last page as i am curious About your oppinion BnEI15
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    The creature towering over Ritsuka looks down at him, its long neck coiling together to keep below the ceiling. Ritsuka freezes as it slowly moves closer, reptilian eyes unblinkingly staring at him until it's centimeters from his face.
    After several seconds of silence, the lithe-bodied beast moves, circling and settling on the ground around him. Its eyes seem to soften, almost pleading toward the young master. A single sentence echos in his mind.
    "Please, Master. Won't you accept me?"



    Source
    Class: Monster
    Other Classes: Watcher
    True Name: Glatisant
    Alignment: Neutral Good
    Place of Origin: Britain
    Height: 457 cm.
    Weight: 907 kilo.
    Likes: Palamedes. Playing. Making friends
    Dislikes: Being alone. Fighting.
    Natural Enemy: Gawain


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


    Class Skills:
    Monstrous Strength (C):
    A Skill that permits a temporary augmentation of the Strength parameter by emphasizing one's existence as a monster or demonic beast.
    Though she is rarely a fighter, Monster can become a ferocious combatant when properly motivated, gaining an increase in strength while also temporarily upgrading Dread Visage to B.

    Dread Visage (D-B):
    Monster, though often seen as a bad omen or an embodiment of chaos, is also just as often described as a beautiful creature. Because of this, her ability to instill fear in others is fairly low, more giving them a general sense of unease upon seeing her, which often works to her benefit more than actual fear. This, however, can be increased to B by the activation of Monstrous Strength, inflicting fear and intimidation on her enemies.

    Personal Skills:
    Mixed-Blood (D):
    A creature born from the union of a human and a demon, Monster was nothing but a sick joke played on her mother by a bored devil. However, she still inherited some of his magical power, allowing her to cast minor illusions or enhance her physical traits further with magic. Another, far more sporadic power, is the ability to catch glimpses of the future, though only the future of others. These visions are few and far between, but they always foretell of danger.

    Natural Demon (B):
    Due to her form and nature, Monster has gained Agility and Strength surpassing the human body.

    Natural Weapon (B):
    Sharp hooves able to carve through rock, deadly poison fangs stored in a skull thick enough to shatter trees without damage, a long tail able to strike with the power of a whip, and a roar with enough force to topple armored veteran knights. Though she does not use them often, Monster’s body is one naturally geared to harming others.

    Independent Action (B):
    Spending her life alone, Monster is able to last without her master for a period of two days. However, should she be noticed and entrance someone into searching for her, this two-day counter is reset. This is due to the legend that, when Pellinore stopped searching for her, she began to die, causing him to nurse her back to health and chase her once more.

    Noble Phantasm
    Glatisant: The Questing Beast (A)
    Anti-Discovery

    Wielding no tool in her life other than her body, Monster’s only Noble Phantasm is the embodiment of her legend.

    With something akin to Presence Concealment, Monster is able to completely vanish from the world, being able to actively gain Mystery as she does. If she then reveals herself to someone, they will become entranced by her until she leaves their sight. After this, those who’ve seen her become obsessed with finding her again, causing them to seek her out.

    By doing this, Monster is able to rapidly gain Mystery the more that witness and become obsessed with her, especially if they find and talk with each other. The purpose of this is unknown, but there are two theories.

    The first is that after eventually gaining enough Mystery, Monster will be able to ascend from a Magical Beast to a Phantasmal one, giving her far greater power and perhaps the ability to change form. The other is that it is simply her desire to be noticed and wanted in life but only being seen as a monster crystalized as a Noble Phantasm. Either way, this Noble Phantasm is one that takes time to bear fruit, but one that could be worth nurturing.
    If it did allow her to change forms.
    One she believes Palamedes might like.

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    Lore
    The Baying of Hounds
    The head of a horned snake. The body of a spotted leopard. The haunches of a lion. The hooves of a deer. Faster than a warhorse and more graceful than any creature seen in Britain, the Questing Beast was described by Arthur to be one of the strongest beasts he ever saw or heard of.

    A past King of Britain named Hipomenes bore two children, one male and one female. Unknown to him, his daughter began to form feelings for her brother, ones that were not reciprocated. A bored demon, seeing an opportunity for some entertainment, made a deal with the girl. For one night with her, he would give the love she feels for her brother to him.

    Agreeing, the demon spent the night with her. After he was done, he drew her love out of her and implanted it in her brother, switching their roles. Then, when her brother began making advances on her, she rejected him, eventually leading to him forcing himself on her. Fortunately, they were discovered, and, in his anger at his son’s actions, Hipomenes executed him by having a pack of dogs tear him apart.

    As her brother died, he cursed her, saying her child would bay and howl as the dogs that devoured him. With his death, the love that had been given to him returned to her, and she was inconsolable.

    Discovering she was pregnant, she convinced herself it was her brother’s child even though he was stopped from finishing the act. Upon its birth, whoever, it became clear its father was no human. The woman, realizing its origin, attempted to kill the beast only to be stunned by its baying, reminding her of her brother’s final moments.

    Her handmaidens fainted at the noise, and the woman, rather than killing it, released her child outside, accepting this was her punishment for making a demonic deal, but wanting her brother to live on in at least some regard through the cry of the beast.

    The girl, freshly born, did not understand what was happening. She inherently recognized the woman as her mother but was left to fend for herself immediately. However, when men came to investigate the loud cry she made earlier, she instinctually knew she shouldn’t be seen by them, and escaped into the wilderness.

    Scared, alone, and too young to care for herself, the girl should have been destined to die before ever reaching adulthood. However, dying from hunger, she was found by a hunter who was surprised by the strange creature he saw. Taking her in, he nursed her back to health took her in as his pet.

    As the years passed, she, now named Glatisant for the sounds she made, began to view him as her father. She learned more about humans from him, learning the language and even teaching herself how to read, a skill her father discovered and was amused by.

    Glatisant, wanting to help her father, began accompanying him on hunts, becoming a very effective companion and hunter in her own right with her natural talents. Her father, impressed and thankful for her skills, also began taking notice of her slowly increasing size. By the time she was five years old, she had become slightly smaller than a warhorse.

    Rumors began to spread about the creature lurking in the woods and the man that traveled with it, and he began to realize that, if she continued to grow as she did, more people would take notice of her and she may eventually become seen as a demonic creature due to her appearance.

    By this point knowing she could understand him far greater than any normal beast could, he told Glatisant that she needed to move deeper into forests and survive on her own, as he wasn’t sure he could protect her anymore. Glatisant, not wanting to simply leave her father, tried to object, but she was unable to speak to him. Still, he understood, telling her it was for her own good.

    Eventually, Glatisant accepted the truth and left, traveling deeper into the forest, never to see her father again.


    The Questing Beast
    Glatisant’s legend spread around, eventually reaching a family of hunters who would devote themselves to killing the fierce looking beast. However, she was too clever and familiar to the ways of hunters, outsmarting them at every turn. However, except for the few times when she ventured close to villages to observe people’s lives, those hunters were the only ones she interacted with in any fashion. She became attached to them, beginning to view them as friends the more she watched and was chased by them. Unbeknownst to them, she began to watch over the family as the generations passed, aiding and protecting them without their knowledge from the shadows, which also had the unintended side-effect of spreading her legend.

    As the centuries passed, Glatisant grew further until she was almost as large as a juvenile dragon, and she became one likened to the other magical creatures within Britain, spoken of in rumor and legend. She was often associated with chaos and evil due to her often being seen during dangerous events. This was due to her gift of foresight, often alerting her to horrible events that she would attempt to prevent, but usually unable to due to her nature.

    Then, one day, she went to drink from a pool of water only to discover Artoria had been sleeping nearby. Artoria, awakening at her presence, stared at the strange creature. It was then that Glatisant had one of her visions, seeing the one before her dying atop a hill of steel and blood. Artoria, her blade placed close by, could have used it to slay the strange beast before her, but instead watched as it extended its neck towards her, staring deep into her eyes as though trying to communicate something.

    Glatisant let out a quiet rumbling before leaving the king. Artoria then learned from Pellinore that his family had been hunting it for generations before learning of its origins from Merlin. Artoria asked what reason it could have appeared before her and acted as it did, but all Merlin said was it often appeared before or during tragic events.

    That, however, would mark Glatisant’s final years.

    Gawain, seeking revenge for King Lot’s death at Pellinore’s hands, bested him in combat and was about to kill him when, having seen a vision of this earlier that day, Glatisant rushed forward and slammed Gawain away. Standing over her “friend”, she forced Gawain back with her roar, her tail lashing through the ground behind her with enough speed to making the air whine.

    Gawain, unable to approach and prevented each time he attempted to unleash the power of Excalibur Galatine, was forced to retreat for the moment, deciding to try again another day.

    Once Pellinore rose to his feet, Glatisant looked him over, ensuring he had no serious wounds, before nuzzling him and returning to the wilderness, awaiting his next hunt. However, by doing so, she had inadvertently convinced Pellinore to hunt her no longer, believing it dishonorable to hunt his savior.

    Palamedes, however, took up the hunt for the beast, picking up where Pellinore left off. Though many, after hearing of how it defeated Gawain, searched for it as well to claim the glory of killing it.


    Love Lost
    Glatisant was delighted that so many were now searching for her, though saddened that her old friend was no longer doing the same. Unfortunately for her, as she watched Palamedes, she began to feel something she never had before. The more he hunted her and the more she watched him, the more she fell in love with him.

    How could she communicate this to him? More than that, how could he ever except it from someone like her? In his eyes, she was only a beast to be hunted. A beast more intelligent and powerful than most, but a beast, nonetheless.

    She’d always known that was how the people who hunted her felt, but she still allowed herself to believe they were more. That they were friends playing with each other. That was al she had wanted, but this new emotion forced her to confront the thing she’d been trying to ignore for so long.

    Saddened by this and deciding she’d had enough of her loneliness, of her rejection by those that couldn’t and wouldn’t accept her, that blamed her for the things she tried to prevent, she presented herself before her love at a lake.

    Palamedes was surprised that, after all these months of hunting and careful evasion, the beast was simply presenting itself to him. Still, he readied his spear and prepared himself for a fight. Instead, Glatisant simply laid on her side, awaiting the killing blow.

    Palamedes was confused but remembered what Pellinore had said when he asked him why he wouldn’t hunt the beast anymore. He had assumed his friend had simply hallucinated, but Glatisant’s actions made him reconsider this.

    Considering what to do, Palamedes planted his spear in the ground and approached the beast, carefully placing his hand on her head. Glatisant jerked for a moment, surprised, before settling under his hand, enjoying the contact before her death.

    This convinced Palamedes. Asking for forgiveness, her quickly and carefully slashed his spear across one of her haunches, drawing the blood into a canteen. Not sure she would understand his words, he still informed her he would tell the other knights he had slain her, using the blood as proof. As long as she left Britain, she would no longer be hunted by them.

    Glatisant, not expecting this, fell deeper in love with the knight, but understood that it was impossible. Rising to her feet and gently nuzzling his face, she left, believing she would never see him again.

    However, a few months later, she had a vision like the one with Pellinore. Gawain was going to kill Palamedes. She rushed back to Britain, hoping against hope she would reach him in time. But she didn’t. Gawain killed him in Lancelot’s short revolt, Palamedes covering Lancelot and Guinevere’s retreat and being slain because of it.

    Storming into the city, terrifying the king’s subjects, she found Gawain still standing over Palamedes’s body. She was just too late. Letting out a roar that echoed throughout the city, she charged Gawain in anger. This time, however, there were simply too many knights working together to kill her.

    And so, the Questing Beast was finally killed, and Glatisant’s last sight was the knight who had killed the man she loved.


    Personality
    Glatisant is a very happy girl far more excited to be at Chaldea than many of its inhabitants. For her, this is an opportunity to finally interact with people without them immediately running away or trying to kill her, so it's much better than in her previous life. Thanks to Ritsuka's connection alongside Enkidu and other's able to communicate with her, she's finally able to express herself and be understood by others, which is truly one of her greatest wishes come true. She's even got Da Vinci working on a special interface for her so she won't need one of the others translating for her, but it's still in its early stages.

    While she does still have issues with her size, she refuses to let that dampen her spirits. Working to make as many connections as possible, Glatisant is as friendly as can be to anyone who crosses her path, often keeping her body lower to the ground in an effort to seem smaller and less threatening. She loves books, playing games (especially hide and go seek), and really experiencing anything she couldn't in the past.

    If it's not obvious, Glatisant has a very childish personality. Raised in the woods by a single parent and then spending the rest of the time there has left her yearning for human contact. Experiencing love for the first time after watching Palamedes made her realize just how much she had been missing out on in the world of man. So, she wants to learn everything she can from those around her.

    While she doesn't like being on the battlefield, she is a very fierce opponent, especially when she has something to fight for. Fast and powerful, she tends to mow through enemies with her size and natural weapons, even able to easily coordinate with others and change tactics on the fly. Though, since she's not a fighter, she relies on others to do the planning and give the orders. Still, she can make her own choices in conflict if required, trusting her instincts to see her through.

    Glatisant's wish is simple. To be born with a normal body, live a normal life, and fall in love with someone like Palamedes (or just Palamedes. She'd accept just having him).


    Relationships
    Artoria Pendragon (Saber): Enkidu: Glatisant would like to apologize for not communicating her vision to you properly.

    Pellinore: She really wants him to chase after her again.

    Palamedes: She is very affectionate towards him, and wonders if she should get Enkidu to translate her feelings to him.

    Palamedes: She is very confused by this. Someone so similar to the one she loves, even her smell is the same, but they're different at the same time. Still, Glatisant can't help but be affectionate towards her as well.

    Gawain: Her instinct is to immediately attack him, but she's afraid to be seen as a monster for doing so. Still, whenever she sees him, a low rumbling powerful enough to shake nearby objects emanates from her chest.

    Dagonet: Enjoys that he calls her 'Milady'.

    Jersey Devil, Asterios: Recognizing her kind, Glatisant is ecstatic.

    Cath Palug: Glaltisant is unsure on how to approach him.



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    Endearing sheet, not sure about the whole 'true love' thing, but oh well i just imagine it as deep friendship or an aspect of her origin of 'forbidden love'

    I Think independent Action still belongs to class skills and should, as dumb as it sounds, a beast like her not have Riding of some rank?

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    Morg at first have i you seen my reaction to your Feedback of Burebista ? and now to your two newest servants \/

    Edern: WEll it seems that you slowly to tap into the Arthurian circle Morg really good . I am curious which Sword as he as Saber and i presume he has a horse as mount noblephantasm Right ?

    As he is quite forgotten and oversadowed by the other Round Table Knights am i curious what he would thinko f my TEshub or my Tugarin , the reason is that you have seen my Teshub and About Tugarin as he is similar a almost forgoten figure beside his Duel against Alyosha and his relationship rrumors to Apraksevna were his feats not remembered despite that he is a Knight to would rival or even surpassing the Strenght of Lancelot and was loved by the populaze of Kiev (especially by the pagan part as he protected them fiercely against the Christian peresecutions)

    That reminds me why has your Dagonet Blackbeard as enemy actually ?

    Glatisant: i would say you have made a good Monster class servant as i saw one or two from Royd . She is a nice Thing and again a additionally example of dont Judge a book after ist cover . I am curious how she would get along with my Shamaness Ada as she could also speak with her ?

    that let me think why do you not try to make a Remainer class servant Morg as there would be quite many many potencial candidates for it ?
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    Glatisant: Very moe monster-girl, great job there. I wonder how she'd get along with my Sir Palamedes Servant, as while I went with the interpretation the Questing Beast was just a mindless monster I imagine she'd be able to sense this one is "different" than what she hunted in life and not go for the kill right away. Alternatively, I'd be curious to see how your Glatisant would react to a Palamedes similar but different to the one she knew...

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