|ID No.||184||Rarity||★★★★ SR|
|ATK Lv.1||1,657||HP Lv.1||1,728|
|ATK Lv.80||9,946||HP Lv.80||10,804|
|ATK Lv.100||12,043||HP Lv.100||13,100|
|Max ATK + Fou||14,043||Max HP + Fou||15,100|
|She will probably smile gently.|
So long fury does not completely fill her heart.
As a scion of ■■■■, she is conspicuously endowed with a savage disposition, but by containing that to the brink thanks to her feelings towards her beloved one, she has acquired individuality as a calm human woman.
───or so it seems.
|Height & Weight||162cm ・ 50kg||Alignment||True Neutral|
|Comment||The physical strength to pluck a human head barehanded─── is there. And the anecdote of twisting off the head of Onta no Hachirou Moroshige, an enemy warrior known for his great strength, is also real.|
|Her years of birth and death are unknown. An individual from the late Heian to early Kamakura periods.|
The beloved concubine of Kiso no Yoshinaka (Minamoto no Yoshinaka), the famous general who earned the title of Seii Taishogun and was defeated by Minamoto no Yoritomo.
Constantly by Yoshinaka’s side, a brave woman who frequently accomplished military achievements.
Excelling in military prowess, she was famed as a mighty warrior.
The daughter of Nakahara no Kaneotoo, the younger sister of Higuchi Kanemitsu and Imai Kanehira - both regarded as part of the Kiso Big Four - and a milk sibling of Yoshinaka.
|In ｢Kiso’s Last Moments｣, the 9th chapter of ｢The Tale of the Heike｣ written by Kakuichi, she was portrayed as ｢of lovely long hair, of truly outstanding features. Exceptionally strong with a bow, a soldier that matched a thousand, always ready to face even a demon or a god, be it mounted or on foot｣.|
In other words, fair-skinned, of long hair, a great archer with outstanding features. A beautiful, mighty warrior - that is Tomoe Gozen.
A methodology regarding crowd-combat, in which friends and foes are all jumbled together.
Not the ability to take command of a military force, but combat techniques to persevere as a single warrior within an army troop. Tomoe is well familiar with battles of many against many, one against all.
A type of self-suggestion that Tomoe unconsciously performed while alive.
Upon manifesting as a Servant, it has been defined as a skill that temporarily amplifies her powers as an oni kind.
Mantra: Aryavalokitesvara Bodhisattva
Maximum Targets: 1 person
|Anti-Unit Noble Phantasm. The grief and sadness of not being able to meet her last moments together with Yoshinaka were coupled with her inborn abilities over flames and the monstrous strength of the oni kind and sublimated into a Noble Phantasm.|
The Aryavalokitesvara Bodhisattva that acts as the honzon of the Gichuji, the temple that held the memorial services for her beloved Kiso no Yoshinaka─── after confirming ｢the love towards Yoshinaka within herself｣ by chanting its mantra, she grabs and hurls the enemy, and fires an incandescent arrow into him, causing damage with a magical energy that resembles the sun that symbolizes her feelings for Yoshinaka.
|Despite continuing to love her lord Yoshinaka, she was not able to be with him in his last moments───|
A woman warrior that keeps concealing that single regret in her chest.
That gentle sadness was transmuted into flames of resentment by Ashiya Doman during the ｢Seven Showdowns of Master Swordsmen Heroic Spirits｣, turning into an aberration of wild flames that burned the Sagami Province to ashes.
Originally, she is a willowy maiden. Shunning the conflict between people, and preferring the beauty of nature.
Tomoe Gozen’s view on life and death is clear-cut. She unquestionably believes that a transient guest called Servant such as herself should silently disappear from the world eventually. In ｢Absolute Demonic Front: Babylonia｣, she had no hesitations in choosing a simultaneous kill with the enemy general Girtablulu.
Skill Enhancement Materials
Maximum Bond Craft Essence
Feelings, Across Three Generations
|9||100||100||When equipped to Tomoe Gozen (Archer) only
Increase Buster Card effectiveness & NP Strength of all allies by 10% while on the field