A lumberjack that appears in tall tales from the American frontier period, said to be a giant who could touch the sky.
There exists a wealth of recklessly large-scale legends about how Bunyan applied his massive size, and much of North America's characteristic geography is said to have been caused by his exploits.
It is unknown why Bunyan was summoned as a young girl.
Source: Legends Region: America, Canada Attribute: True Neutral Gender: Female
Her height normally looks to be 3 m or more, but it is impossible to get any accurate numbers since they change every time they are measured.
Just like in the stories, Bunyan is accompanied by a giant blue ox, but its form is that of a spherical monster without the semblance of an ox.
It might be one of the fearsome critters from frontier folklore or what we today refer to as a cryptid.
Rank: A Type: Anti-Army
The United States of America itself acts as a Conceptual Noble Phantasm, its founding myth converted to energy that is unleashed on enemies and mows down everything in the vicinity... is what Paul claims, but all it really looks like is no more than her trampling down enemies with her giant foot.
An astonishingly quick Noble Phantasm compared to all the others.
In truth, the legends about Paul Bunyan were not widely told during the actual frontier period.
Most of the wild legends about this giant that we commonly recognize today are fabrications from the 20th century. Bunyan is nothing more than a shallow fake, a folklore hero in name only. This is thought to be the reason why Bunyan as a servant does not fully possess her legendary powers.
Paul Bunyan is a false legend, but that lively tale is widely recognized to have been told for about 100 years up till today.
No matter what the circumstances are, no matter how foolishly gossiped by anyone, as per legend, Bunyan is loved by the people, and a tale that will continue to be spoken of.
Let these feelings be also known to her.
The blue ox seen during her battle animation and final card art is "Babe the Blue Ox."
The animation for Marvelous Exploits is the shortest Noble Phantasm animation in the game. This may be a reference to a running gag in the Learn with Manga! comics in which the author (through Gudako) complains about the game's long, unskippable NP animations.
Paul Bunyan is the first Bronze card to be added to the game since its launch, and the only card below three stars, not including the Zero Star Angra Mainyu.
Paul Bunyan is the only bronze servant that has unique background artworks through Stage 1 - 3 like other silver and gold servants.