This Servant is a limited Servant. It is only available during special summoning campaigns. When no such campaigns are active, this Servant cannot be summoned. No plans have been revealed to add this Servant to the permanent summoning pool.
This Article is for the adult 5★ version of Gilgamesh. For 3★ young version see, Kid Gil; for 4★ version, see Gilgamesh (Caster).
Key of the King's Law When equipped on Gilgamesh, Increase own NP damage by 30%. 30% Chance to increase critical damage by 10% when attacking (3 turns).
Before the Modern Era, this demigod king governed the Sumerian city-state of Uruk.
The king described in mankind's oldest epic poem, the "Epic of Gilgamesh", he is considered to have existed not only in legends but also in reality.
Height/Weight: 182cm ・ 68kg
Series: Fate/stay night , Fate/hollow ataraxia , Fate/Zero , Fate/EXTRA CCC , Fate/EXTELLA Source: Sumerian Civilization, Epic of Gilgamesh Region: Babylonia, Uruk Alignment: Chaotic ・ Good Gender: Male
His nature is cruel and heartless. Never hearing people's opinions, he is a tyrant who holds only his own standards as absolute.
Pretentiously displaying an extremely gaudy golden armor, this exceptional Heroic Spirit releases his excessive treasures as if abundant water.
His first person pronoun writes as Ware (我) and reads as Ore (オレ).
Divinity: B (A+)
Despite possessing the greatest Divine Spirit aptitude, its rank was reduced as a penalty for disliking the gods. 2/3 god, 1/3 human - possessing such high divinity, there is nothing that can match him in this world, making him a complete transcendental that obtained everything in this world.
Gate of Babylon: The Treasury of the King
A sword-key that connects to the golden capital. It connects spaces and makes so that the tools inside the treasure vault can be freely taken out. The more riches the user has, stronger the attacks will be. In this work, it is being employed as one of his normal attacks.
Enuma Elish: Star of Creation that Divided Heaven and Earth
Spatial severance by means of the Sword of Separation Ea, a sword crowned with the name of a god from Mesopotamian Mythology. A sword that tears the world to pieces, considered to be one of the summits even among many Noble Phantasms.
Gilgamesh is a collector of treasures.
His favorite phrase is "I've assembled all treasures in the land", but that is not anything like a metaphor.
He has assembled, stored and sealed away every sample of technology that was developed in his age.
His argument is: "Humans are foolish, but there is value in the tools, the civilization that humans create".
Gilgamesh as NPC has special sprite and card art for final battle of Babylonia against Tiamat
Despite the "Babylonian NPC" card being "unofficial" art image edited by staff. It's true for ingame data, proof