- Class: Berserker
- True Name: Spartacus
- Gender: Male
- Source: Historical fact
- Region: Rome
- Alignment: True Neutral
- Height: 221 cm
- Weight: 165 kg
- Setting creation: Higashide Yuuichirou, Urobuchi Gen
- Original character design:vTerada Katsuya
- Character design: Konoe Ototsugu
- CV: Tsuruoka Satoshi
- Main works appearance: Fate/Apocrypha
Mad Enhancement: [EX]
Rank up parameters, but takes away reason for the most part.
While Spartacus is able to converse even as he is Mad Enhanced, he is always fixated to the thought of “always choosing the most difficult of paths”, realistically speaking a mutual understanding of intentions with him is impossible.
Honor of Suffering: [B] -> [B+]
When Spartacus’ body as a Servant is healed by means of magic, the required magic energy consumption is reduced to a fourth of how much it normally would take. Also, even without the usage of magic for each time a period elapses he is automatically healed.
Indomitable Will: [A]
The exceedingly firm will that will never, ever yield against any kind of pain, despair, or situation.
Possesses a resistance against physical and mental damage. However, said resistance does not hold against illusion sorts of attacks induced by others. For example, there would be a resistance against damage from “falling to a pitfall”, but there would be none against “an illusiton that makes the pitfall looks like the ground”.
Crying Warmonger - Howl of the Wounded Beast
- Rank: A
- Type: Anti-Unit Noble Phantasm (self)
- Range: 0
- Maximum target: 1 person
A continuously activated type Noble Phantasm.
It is able to convert a portion of damage inflicted by the enemy into magic energy and accumulate it within the body.
The amassed magic energy can be used to boost Spartacus’ ability. Against strong Servants and such, perhaps even his very body itself would end up being transformed.
In a different work, he eventually becomes a meat lump of amorphous creature, completely destroying a giant fortress with one blow.
- First pronoun: watashi
- Second pronoun: omae
- Third pronoun: kare/kanojo
We love Uncle Spartacus, who always smile with a happy grin. Well, always smiling no matter what the condition is is just going to be scary instead….
To eradicate oppressors; such an attitude is surprisingly gentlemanly. He is an austere warrior, with no obsession towards battle and completely without interest for riches or prestiges.
Attitude Towards Master
As long as it is not oppressive, as long as it is not high-handed, as long as it is not a a coercion purported as an order-----as long as the Master does not do anything that would make him feel displeasure, it should be alright. Probably. Maybe.
“HAHAHAHAHAHAHA! LET US GO! MY LOVE IS EXPLODING!”
“Berserker, Spartacus. A bit sudden this may be, but are you an oppressor?”
Historical Character and Figure
A gladiator of Ancient Rome who had raised a rebellion.
His name is Spartacus. Together with his comrades, he made an escape from the gladiator training grounds and organized a rebel army.
Before long, many other gladiators and slaves gather beneath him, as they became a large army.
It marked the beginning of the Third Servile War.
The rebel army swelling in ranks, commanded by Spartacus, had managed to secure consecutives victories, but before long Rome also organized its own large army.
The rebel army, which had scarce battle experience on top of having children and elderly within it, was unable to oppose them, and was annihilated.*
Spartacus’ remains had not been found; one theory states that it had been mangled by the fierceness of the battle.
…...Spartacus’ battle had almost always been against the strong. They were overwhelmed by the soldiers of Rome known for their strength even in number.
Within the pressure of facing such powerful enemies, of the request for aid from his subordinates, of the death of everyone who had gathered here should he misled them.
Spartacus had laughed as he continued fighting.
He is not fond of fighting, nor is he fond of victory.
It is simply that his forte is in finding a motive to not lose.
Consequently, he understands-----that in this world, there are battles in which one simply must not lose.
He does not hate pain. He does not detest despair. To begin with, those are things that exist within this world to shackle us.
Future, hope, wish. They are all but a temporary consolation for the mind. One cannot survive if one does not continue fighting.
Fight, his muscles call out. Howl, his diaphragm trembles. Even if your sword you tightly hold breaks, even if your knees are broken, fight, fight, fight!
If it is for the sake of his conviction, he would even without hesitation kill his Master. Due to that, he is known as one of the worst Servant one could ever summon.
But likewise, if the Master that he ought to rebel against is simply someone who learn from being weak and challenges other Servant as the weak, the Spartacus would gladly fight for their sake.
That being said, his trait of “choosing the most difficult of paths as his course of action” means he would still be a trouble-----
- actually IRL legend, the third servile war was p much the only slave rebellion that was able to fought the romans army almost on even footing and actually served as a threat to the capital
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Comment from the Illustrator
It’s kinda hard to modify such a cheerful character for the ascension, but do all of you realize his rotund eyes peeking from the dark hole on the mask on his last ascension? Also, all of his differing expressions are based on his smiling face, so it was really hard on me...or so I thought, but it ended up enormously smooth. Also, I’m proud of how sexy his hip is on his initial stage, so you need to check it out! (Konoe Ototsugu)