Ramesseum When equipped on Ramesses II, Increases party's Arts performance by 10% and increases party's Buster performance by 10% while he is on the field.
Height/Weight: 179cm ・ 65kg Series: Fate/Prototype : Fragments of Blue and Silver Source: Egyptian Lore Region: Ancient Egypt Alignment: Chaotic ・ Neutral Gender: Male
It has been conjectured that his height while alive was over 180cm. However, he himself has alleged that his height of prosperity・summit was back when his beloved wife, Nefertari, gave birth to their second prince.
A person from the 14th~13th Century BC. A pharaoh from ancient Egypt who governed over a vast empire. He loved the masses as if Osiris, and was also greatly loved by the people. Also called Ramesses II, or Meryamen.
The wise ruler who, while fighting the Hittites, eventually made peace and brought about prosperity to ancient Egypt by means of "interchange". At times a valorous general, and a man who married the greatest beauties in the world to father over a hundred children; he is also known as an individual who left behind many giant constructions that remained even to this day.
The name Moses is often raised as a stepbrother who was raised together with him. According to anecdotes, the king of Egypt who obstructed the "Exodus" of Jewish people lead by Moses, pursuing them with a great army, was this Ozymandias.
A child of the Sun God Ra, and also one of its incarnations, he stipulates himself as the absolute one in this world. Just like how birds fly on the sky, fishes swim on the ocean and flowers blossom in full glory at the fields, he is quite naturally a god-king (pharaoh).
Ramesseum Tentyris - Grand Composite Temple of Splendour Rank: EX Type: Anti-Fortress
The might of the pharaoh Ozymandias embodied as a Noble Phantasm. A combination of many great temples and mausoleums, a grotesquely large temple complex, and a kind of Reality Marble. Magical bombardment by means of the "Dendera light" is its main offensive measure but, in this work, its last resort of large-mass attack is performed.