Source: Sumerian Civilization, Epic of Gilgamesh Region: Babylonia, Uruk Alignment: Lawful Good Gender: Male
Manifested not as a tyrant, but in a condition where he grew up as a king after returning from the netherworld.
Producing devices that carry magical power.
Since he is not a magus, Gilgamesh originally would not possess this skill, but he has an ability equivalent to it due to the existence of his Noble Phantasm.
All tools that can be created (that can be retrieved from the Noble Phantasm) are “items inside the Babylonian treasure vault”.
Gilgamesh’s charisma as a wise king, who was said to be the most outstanding king of all. He possesses an extremely high charismatic nature that is almost like magical power or a curse.
Sovereign of Magic Wands: EX
A skill that denotes Gilgamesh’s way of being as a Caster that manipulates various mystic codes.
Grants bonus to magecraft-type attacks.
He will handle tools with care in case of fighting while being mindful about them.
He was such a king.
Not only producing tools as a magus, he can even pull off the construction of buildings.
To begin with, the citadel of Uruk was designed by Gilgamesh.
There are limits to constructions of just clay and stone, but even as as he murmurs
“Needs more lumber. Seems like I’ll have to go to the cedar forest...”,
the king still doesn’t feel like going to the cedar forest due the matter with Enkidu having a lasting effect on him.
Rank: B Type: Anti-Army~Anti-Fortress
Long-range bombardment from the citadel of Uruk.
A prodigious cannon fire that concentrates not only Gilgamesh’s own, but also the total force of the people of Uruk that lived in the Age of Gods.
With heartrending grief, Gilgamesh loads his own collections on the ballistae and entrust them to the soldiers.
“Broken Phantasm? I have been doing such a thing since over 4,000 years ago!”