09-07-12, 3:29 PM
Achilles - Servant Lancer
Anime Relations: Fate/stay night, Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works, Fate/stay night TV Reproduction, Fate/Zero, Fate/Zero 2nd Season, Fate/Prototype
6 ft 5 in
My teachers often spoke of it as a sign of greatness. Let me tell you: I am even greater than what they imagined.
He's an ancient Greek Hero. A Homeric one, at that. It's only a natural thing for Godlike Achilles to walks with a certain swagger, or speak in a grandiose manner for no reason other than feeling like it, or do dress in an outfit that shouts. It's almost as loud as his voice, actually.
Achilles is pretty easy to slight. Though you can argue that those incidents in the Iliad were justified, it's hard to justify letting countless Greeks die just because someone took your favourite harem girl.Once started, there is no going back. The Wrath of Achilles has befallen you, and he will spend god knows how long in his tent(or room)snubbing you and your efforts to appease him. Even if you say sorry, and offer to give back his favourite harem girl. Once your in trouble, however, he'll be by your side. Achilles, more than anything, does not wish to repeat the tragedy of Patrokalos in this war.
As anyone who's been in the Trojan War will tell you, Achilles is a stick of dynamite with a very short fuse. Especially when you take his favourite harem girl, or insult things or people he has taken a liking to.
Goes hand in hand with his Bombastic attitude. Achilles is frank, and won't hesitate to give his opinion whether or not you ask for it. It could be a snide side comment, or a totally serious statement, it doesn't matter.
A Heirloom Spear gifted to Achilles by his Father Peleus. Forged by Hephaestus himself, this bronze spear glows like the sun.
Chariot of Achilles:
Achilles' war chariot from the Trojan War. Drawn by his father's divine horses, Balios and Xanthos, it was used to mutilate Hector's corpse by dragging it around the battlefield for nine days. Other than being used to do so, it possesses no special qualities like being able to fly, or something like that. Due to being useless in single combat, this is only used for anti-army purposes.
Longkhi Achilles - Cursed Spear of the King
Type: Anti - Unit
Max Targets: 1 Persons
The Spear is cursed where in being pierced by it will cause injury that can only be healed by having a fragment of the spear rubbed into the wound. This was used most prominently in the battle between Achilles and Telephos, whom the former wounded with the spear during the duel. The remedy was deduced by Odysseus, after Telephos came to them seeking help, explaining how the Delphic Oracle told him that 'He that wounded shall heal'. A passive attribute similair to Gae Buidhe.
In addition to the damage dealt by the spear, the curse inflicted on the target drains their Health every minute, weakening them, though only by a small amount. The curse itself will not be enough to kill them, and will remain in effect until Achilles is killed, or somebody decides to rub some fragments of the spear on the wounds.
Rho Achillieus - The World and All it's Order
Max Targets: N/A
The most crucial piece of a set of armor crafted by the Blacksmith God Hephaestus as a replacement for Achiile's first set of armor, which was taken by Hektor after killing Patrokalos, who had borrowed it. Easily blocked the spear of Hektor due to its superior craftsmanship, and after Achille's Death, sublimed into a conceptual shield.
A Noble Phantasm of similiar durability to Rho Aias, albeit instead of supreme protection against thrown weapons, hold supreme protection against spears, whether thrown or thrust. As an anti-spear, and hence, anti-point defence, it manifests with the same it had when it was physical, and thus does not spread like a wall, unlike Rho Aias. When summoned, appears an an ethereal circle bearing the decorations forged into the shield by Hephaestus.
As its decoration is so ornate and unique what it is as recognizable as Excalibur, it is only used as a last resort to protect the Achille's Heel from harm when unavoidable, such as when being attacked from two sides. Not to be confused with Rho Aias, which is the shield of another Trojan War Hero, Ajax.
Tou Stux Phiilo - Mother's Ultimate Gift
Max Targets: N/A
Achilles ultimate Noble Phantasm. A supernatural armor created by dipping her child into the River Styx, which flows through Hades. As such, it is his mother's ultimate gift of invunerability. This armor blocks any attack short of A, making it a similair ability to GodHand. However, it lacks the latter's eleven extra lives, as well as any ability to adapt to an attack that succeeds in penetrating it, as anything that does penetrate it is sure to be fatal.
The Kiss of Styx covers Achilles entire body, save his right heel, which has led to the evolution of the modern day idion 'Achilles Heel'. Indeed, the waters of the river flowing around Achilles have concentrated the entirety of both his concept of injury, and his concept of death, into his Achilles Heel. Even an E-Rank attack striking him there will result in immediate death. This was most well-demonstrated during Achilles final battle, when an arrow fired by Paris of Troy was guided by Apollo to hit this heel, killing him.
It is thus the most obvious and immediate concern of Achilles, that while there may be Servants with A-Rank attacks running around, the greatest danger to him would be the discovery of his identity. As such, he plays the game carefully, fighting as though he has no invincibilty, as the the simple discovery of this invincibilty can quickly lead to the discovery of his identity, especially if the Servant or Master is an expert at that sort of strategy.
Magic Resistance B
Can pilot most vehicles with average skill. Cannot ride any of the beasts at Demoniac or Holy-Beast level and above.
Mystic Face of Charm E
As the most Handsome of the heroes in the Trojan War, Achilles face has a slight charm effect. Can smite ordinary people who see him, but can easily be resisted by even an amateur magus with minimal prana resistance. However, regardless of whether you get smitten, it will at least cause you to turn your head to get a better look.
As a demi-god, Achilles has some degree of Divinity. However, as his mother is the minor sea-goddess Thetis, it is not that remarkable.
Capacity to resist mental interference such as pressure, confusion and fascination. Bonus effect of increasing melee damage by one + modifier. Achilles was one of the, if not the most, brave of Greek soldier. He was the first to set foot on the sands of Troy, paving away so that the ships could land.