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|Gae bolg||Amatus Bonbiis Adamantoise [Aether]. In Assassin's Creed Valhalla, become Eivor, a mighty Viking raider and lead your clan from the harsh shores of Norway to a new home amid the lush farmlands of ninth-century England. Something like that, right? As the " lance of cause and effect ", it curses them, leaving them gae bolg to change their fate without great luck. It has two kind of attack methods; the Kaito 16x thrusting and the Anti-Army throwing.|
In both instances, it was used as a last resort, as once thrown it proved invariably fatal. This can be seen in the fact that after it is used, one must literally cut into the victim to retrieve it. Traditionally, the name has been translated as "belly spear", with the second element of the name, bulga , being treated as a derivative of Old Irish bolg "belly, sack, bag".
An episode of Stuff to Blow Your Mind  postulated from their team's research; partly from an article by Edward Petit on the matter,  that the weapon was constructed in part from a sting ray barb, and that the tale of Telegonus has a similar component. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Lectures and appendix. Williams and Norgate. Contributions to Irish lexicography, Volume 1, M. Niemeyer, Les Mabinogion, Volume 1, Thorin, , p. Four Courts Press , pp. Studies in British Celtic Historical Phonology.
Retrieved 22 July Having been commanded to go on reconnaissance missions by his Master Kotomine, it can be said that this ability was fully demonstrated. It is said that among these runes, one with the purpose of searching existed.
It was the ability that supported his elusive actions during the Holy Grail War. Protection from Arrows: B Ability to deal with projectiles. This is a power Cu Chulainn was born with. It's said that it's possible for him to avoid any long range attack if he has made visual confirmation of his opponent. He can deal with most projectiles even in conditions where the opponent cannot be visually seen.
Even if the battle with Hasan Sabbaha, he cancelled the throwing swords hurled from the darkness. As long as the attack is a thrown type, he can avoid even Noble Phantasms, but he can't gain the effects of this protection with respect to wide range attack types where the attack range of the weapon explodes on impact, or a direct attack by a weapon that has simply long reach.
His father was Lugh, the god who governed over the sun, a member of the Danann divine family in Celtic Mythology. As a demigod whose father was an almighty god who possessed every skill such as knowledge, techniques and magic, and whose mother was Deichtine, younger sister of King Conchobar, he exhibited superior talent from birth. Truly, he was a man predestined to become a hero. With a technique that reverses the meaning of "cause and effect" in the order of things, the "result" that "the heart of the opponent has been pierced" is created earlier than the moment it is thrust.
Accordingly, the "cause" that "the lance has pierced through the heart" is generated from it later. Without a great deal of luck like Artoria , it can be said that this is a technique that determines "if it is released, the opponent is dead. Compared to the Spear of Striking Death Flight, both the range of effectiveness and the destructive power are weakened. However, it is worth mentioning that "the magical energy cost is low.
It is a technique that attacks the enemies together with the surrounding area, in a carpet bombing fashion. Even resilient bulwark or agile body are not immune to the power of Striking Death Flight; Gae Bolg will send the enemy horde flying. Don't worry. I didn't hit his heart. But the curse is still there. A cursed crimson spear with the infamous reputation of always going through the heart when thrust.
What it actually does is reversing causality, the spear being thrust after the outcome of striking the heart is established. The cursed spear that always pierced the opponent's heart after being thrust. Reverse causality a technique which broke the rules by launching the spear after it was already established that the heart was pierced.
Since the target was already hit by the spear, the opponent would always be hit regardless what kind of evasive maneuvers he took. In order to evade Gae Bolg, one would require Noble Phantasms that automatically resurrected the target after death like that of Berserker's, or a high degree of Luck sufficient to negate the curse of the spear.
To put it into game terms, it would be an insane Noble Phantasm with a base damage plus an additional component that scaled with the target's HP. She would absolutely be dead if it hit. It was also an efficient Noble Phantasm with mana consumption only in the double digits. Anti-Unit Noble Phantasms probably did not get anymore economical than this. By the way, Piercing Death Thorn was a technique Lancer developed himself.
Originally Gae Bolg was a thrown Noble Phantasm. Even with a cursed lance that will strike the heart, if the opponent is a rock or a house, it is no more than a strong lance. Q: Who'd win if the Servants and the 27 Ancestors fought each other? Also, who'd win in a fight between Bazett, a renowned powerhouse of the Association, and Ciel, top class in even the Association?
A: Depends on compatibility, but basically Servants will have the slightly higher advantage. With Saber, Lancer, and Archer classes, we ought to be able to relax and see decent fights. Well, there are also some of those tough Ancestors that can withstand a direct hit from Excalibur-class attacks, but against those guys that just emphasis on just; other stats don't match up have wickedly high HP, Lancer-aniki'd be pretty tough.
I have a question about the Servants vs. About a Servant with an average Noble Phantasm, who would have one and what rank would that have been? A: That's a serious question. The level of the Noble Phantasm would be B, and ability being represented by numbers would be called an average Noble Phantasm. On the other hand, those with conceptual effects, destiny interference types fall into a special category.
With Gae Bolg regular , no matter how much Arcueid might be superior to Lancer in numbers, she will be killed depending on her luck, you see. No, unlike Gae Bolg, that allows you to find a countermeasure once you find out it will go for the heart, there are no possible counters for Assassin's secret technique even when you know about it.
Takeuchi: I feel like Lancer was more tragic in old "Fate" Nasu: In old "Fate", Lancer had a Master who was more like Rin, so his role as the rival was a bit easier to grasp. Takeuchi: Old "Fate" didn't have a character like Archer Emiya , so Lancer filled the rival role instead. In old "Fate", Lancer was basically used as a gopher by a high-maintenance girl.
I guess you could say he's had bad luck with women since those days. Nasu: True enough. Takeuchi: Who was Cu Chulainn's Master? Nasu: He trained under Scathach, known for being as cool-headed and beautiful as she was aloof. She definitely didn't coddle him. By persistently challenging her to a fight, Cu Chulainn earned his place as her apprentice and was granted the use of Gae Bolg.
Takeuchi: I believe his Master in old "Fate" was based on Scathach. She left an impression on me because I felt bad for Cu Chulainn finding himself under the influence of another woman like that, even after death. His face in particular remains quite familiar. Nasu: Especially his hairstyle, slicked back bangs hanging loose, and a ponytail.
Takeuchi: When I was designing Lancer's outfit, I asked Nasu about his concept and thought a bodysuit would go well with his character. Takeuchi: I took that direction and ran with it. The final design does have a touch of sci-fi flavour to it, but my initial drafts were even more sci-fi. Nasu: We had to tone down that sci-fi aspect to make him fit in better with the other characters.
We couldn't have "Space Lancer " running around. Takeuchi: Yeah, Saber's blue too Why did we make Lancer blue, then? Nasu: Blue's really the only colour that suits his concept, don't you think? Takeuchi: Come to think about it, I've never seen a non-blue variation of Lancer. I guess it was also because he was clearly positioned as Archer's rival. Nasu: The ancient rivalry between red and blue When I was coming up with the abilities for it, I thought the notion of a battle between the "rules" laid out by Noble Phantasms would be a new and fun idea.
Takeuchi: Though it didn't work on Saber. The sure-kill spear that didn't kill. That's the good old Gae Bolg for you. But that was the stage at which I figured out the true direction of "Fate". It wouldn't be about values and numbers, but a battle between concepts. Nasu: The Noble Phantasm will activate if Lancer is within spear-striking distance of his opponent. If his opponent has a high luck stat, the attack can still miss, though that is quite rare.
Takeuchi: So luck is the only way to dodge it? Nasu: Yeah, I'd say so. Even if your agility was EX level, it wouldn't matter. The only reason why Saber survived Gae Bolg's strike was because her luck stat was high. Takeuchi: I guess her precog ability helped too. Nasu: I like to call it intuition. Add to that her B-level luck, and she was able to avoid fatal injury even though she still couldn't dodge the attack completely.
Takeuchi: Do you think it would hit Archer? Nasu: Without a doubt. Archer knows that too, which is why he stays as far away from Lancer as possible. If Lancer ever got that look in his eyes and took the stance, Archer would backpedal like his life depended on it, because it would. Takeuchi: I see What about throwing Gae Bolg?
Takeuchi: I guess it would be too much if Gae Bolg could strike the target's heart without fail when thrown as well. Nasu: That would be an ability worthy of Lugh, Lancer's father Takeuchi: Eternal Force Blizzard! Instant death.
Something like that, right? Nasu: Sounds about right. The legendary battles of ancient mythology were quite literally played out in god mode, after all. That thought was at the forefront of my mind when I was writing for Lancer. In "hollow" he has a line where he questions the necessity of hating one's enemy. I feel like that sentiment sums up Lancer's personality.
I guess you could say it's my version of the manga "Haguregumo", just not as Nasu: I don't know Josuke's a bit silly. Takeuchi: What about Juuza of the Clouds, then? Nasu: Juuza is supposed to be like the clouds, but in reality he's totally paralyzed. He's just forever dragging his feelings for Yuria around. Takeuchi: His death was admirable, though. Nasu: To elaborate further on Lancer, he's always been portrayed as a slender warrior.
The design concept for him was a panther, with tight groupings of solid muscles. Takeuchi: I always imagined Lancer with softer eyes, which may be why I always drew him with slightly heavy eyes that were angled downward. But then I saw that other artists always drew Lancer with extremely sharp eyes.
I would never have realised my mistake if I hadn't noticed that. You're terrible laughs Takeuchi: Yeah, I angled Lancer's eyes down for "Zero" before I checked the main game and remembered that his eyes were in fact angled skyward. Nasu: Lancer's a truly hopeless character, isn't he? I mean, he died in an accident in Sakura's route Nasu: He was defeated by Gil in the church basement. We didn't elaborate on this in the game, but Lancer was actually battling against Gil for half a day before he lost, so I think it's safe to say that Gil sustained some serious injuries in that encounter.
Takeuchi: I doubt many of the people who played the game spent much time thinking about that particular fight. Nasu: Cu Chulainn is probably one of the top two greatest heroes in Irish Mythology. This may seem contrary to what I was saying about Berserker, but Lancer's agility and combat experience are enough to keep him alive even without some overwhelming super ability. Lancer is definitely a character based on the survivor archetype. Takeuchi: Regardless of concept, as far as the story is concerned, Lancer was basically the bait in a giant dog fighting ring.
Even the thrown Bolg was just there to make Aegis seem more impressive. Nasu: Hey! Are you dissing Lancer!? Takeuchi: I just think he was a very unfortunate character, all things considered.
The Gáe Bulg (pronounced [ɡaːɛ bˠʊɫg]) (also Gáe Bulga, Gáe Bolg, Gáe Bolga), meaning "spear of mortal pain/death", "gapped/notched spear", or "belly spear". The Gáe Bulg, meaning "spear of mortal pain/death", "gapped/notched spear", or "belly spear", was the name of the spear of Cúchulainn in the Ulster Cycle of Irish mythology. It was given to him by his martial arts teacher, the warrior woman. Gáe Bolg (ゲイ・ボルク, Gei Boruku, "Gáe Bulg" in Fate/unlimited codes) is a cursed spear with an ominous design that was obtained from Scáthach in the Land.