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.
In the Sherlock Holmes Series, this mathematics professor is famous as Holmes’ greatest and strongest rival.
Despite appearing in only three works - furthermore, most of the time he is merely mentioned by Holmes - this charisma of evil nevertheless obtained tremendous endorsing thanks to the secret maneuvering during Holmes’ final case (although he would later be revived..).
Genius, philosopher, thinker, an extremely outstanding intellect.
Holmes once said that he was the "Napoleon of the criminal world“ - despite being a simple mathematics professor, his organization web supposedly spread all over Europe.
According to the setting revealed within the story, he engaged in a job that was like a criminal consultant so to speak - or something.
Rank: A+ Type: Anti-Army Range: 1~99 Max Targets: 100 people
The Dynamics of an Asteroid.
A Noble Phantasm which embodies the “planetary destruction” that Moriarty aims at.
It has been confined at “Anti-Army” due him being summoned as a Servant, but should his powers be amplified, the range would spread to “Anti-City”, “Anti-Country”.
The ultimate destruction that Moriarty has set as his objective.
In the opera “Der Freischütz”, a huntsman obtains magic bullets that always bring down the targeted prey by selling his soul to a demon. However, the story goes that the seventh shot alone was fired towards someone the demon wanted - in other words, someone who would bring despair to the contractor.
His Noble Phantasm's name refers to the fictional book he authors in the novel "The Valley of Fear", as well as the Isaac Asimov story "The Ultimate Crime."
He has four different Noble Phantasm lines. Two of them belong to his NPC version.