A summer festival is a state of popular frenzy......
Truly a goddess-like goddess, she organized a grand event after being moved by the people's piety.
She's also a kungfu-style goddess who moves her body nimbly and thrillingly, and burns rubber on her modernized Heavenly Boat Maanna.
"Is everyone having fun!? Best time ever?
Great, splendid, splendid!
Keep going, reach those limits!"
Truly a goddess among goddesses who graciously and generously blesses all those gathered at the venue.
What is that smile really hiding?
Height/Weight: 159 cm / 47 kg
Source: Ancient Mesopotamian mythology Region: Mesopotamia Attribute: Lawful Good Gender: Female
As always, a goddess whose feet don't quite touch the ground. The hoodie apparently covers a white high-leg swimsuit.
Goddess Ishtar is a free sprit, elegant, audacious, and rather cruel. Yet the present-day outfit mitigates slightly her divine nobility and terrifyingness. Merrier and more magnanimous than usual, she's friendly.
Anyone who calls herself a goddess is expected to have mastered one or two martial arts...... is obviously not a thing.
The reason Ishtar can move so adroitly is that the body she occupied was quite adept at both magic and martial arts.
Her current fighting style is her own unique spin on the kungfu learnt by the body.
"An Uruk Art! Is there such a thing?"
Thus comments the king sun-bathing atop the Ziggurat.
"Venusian Rainbow Traversing Ekur"
Rank: EX / Classification: Anti-Personnel / Range: 0–??
An Gal Tā ・ Seven Colors
As Maanna has become a present-day vehicle, the True Name has similarly been converted to a present-day format.
She's set to enjoy summer to the fullest with all that she can muster.
This iridian Noble Phantasm allows Ishtar to raise her spirits by going sightseeing at resorts all over the world on her Maanna Scooter, convert those happy feelings into magical energy, and let it rain down on the earth.
Her seasonal outfit easy on the eye, the magical energy pouring down on the earth turns into glittering stars that damage enemies.
Ishtar herself feels all happy and fabulous, but it really is a great nuisance to the earth below.
Ishtar, who manages the Heavenly Boat Maanna, possesses a riding skill that is on a different level and of a different order from that of humans.
Of course, "different order" doesn't mean she is "more skillful or faster" than humans. In any case, she's "amazing in all kinds of ways." She does the Uruku drive without much regard for time and space.
○Glittering Aquatic Gown: A
A skill that changes the Brilliant Crown for a swimsuit.
While the Brilliant Crown only affects Ishtar herself, this one benefits the whole party. In exchange, the output is lower.
○Summer Breaker!: A
This goddess breaks summer (in more ways than one).
A downgraded version of "Goddess Metamorphosis."
The bow used by Ishtar in her Archer form is the detached prow of the Heavenly Boat Maanna, but this time she has transformed the "oars" of the Heavenly Boat into a scooter that she rides. The scooter has the exact appearance of a modern-day scooter, but its abilities are naturally goddess-tier. It flies high and it goes to warp. There's a mysterious creature fidgeting about around Ishtar's ankles, but she consistently declines to comment on it.
Although Ishtar takes an interest in her Master for being a hero with a promising future, she says she's sometimes puzzled, wondering "How come such an average J turned out a hero?" She thinks of her Master as a curious human.
It's because she appreciates her Master's popularity (having the trust of other Servants) that she hires him/her as a staff member for the current Ishtar Cup, but......?
Does she never learn?
The Ishtar Cup, a summer festival.
It was an enormous ritual for reviving the Bull of Heaven Gugalanna, a familiar of Isthar's.
Ishtar lost Gugalanna when disaster struck the Mesopotamian world, meaning a complete loss of face for her. Since then, she must have been waiting vigilantly for a chance at revenge.
And what happened this time is a result of that.
I'll say it again. Does she never learn?
Goddess Ishtar secretly borrowed a ritual utensil from the Babylonian treasury and converted it into a Holy Grail, with which she spread her Venusian texture upon the soil of Connacth. Her plan was to create Gugalanna once more by having mighty heroic spirits offer thanks to the land (race across it).
Revamping the Temple of Ishtar as a gigantic magical energy resource accumulation circuit was part of this. The Ishtar QPS (Quantum Piece System) is a nightmarish money-collection device that absorbs the magical energy not only of the people, but of the heroic spirits as well. The more QP is accumulated, the higher Ishtar's divinity is raised. This deed truly befits her as a wicked goddess among wicked goddesses.