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Nobunaga (Scenesys ID: 6307)
"Without destruction there is no creation. There is no change."
Full Name: Oda Nobunaga
Gender: Female
Species: Heroic Spirit
Theme: (OFC) Fate/Extella: The Umbral Star-1
Function: Demon Archer
Status: Active
Factional Information
Faction: Concord (4)
Groups: {{{Groups}}}
Other Information
Physical Age: 19 Actual Age: {{{AAge}}}
Still Aging? No Voice Actor: Kugimiya Rie
Height: 152cm Weight: 43kg
Hair Color: Black Eye Color: Red
Theme Song: GUDAGUDA Honnou-ji - Great Fool of Owari


A warlord from Japan's Sengoku period who rose to power after defeating a rival clan, and moved on to defeat many other opposing clans until her death at the hands of a subordinate. Now a Servant, Nobunaga embodies the legend that she carved across history. In personality, Nobunaga embodies a combination of extremes. She can be jovial and approachable, placing complete trust in proven allies, with a reputation as the Great Fool of Owari. She can equally be cruel and merciless, a warrior from a savage age in history who has committed many atrocities in the name of unifying a broken empire, the Demon King of the Sixth Heaven. As a Servant, her abilities are inspired by her legendary place in history; Nobunaga commands a small army of homunculi, enacts strategies with weapons that can even harm gods, and wields an entirely unreasonable number of guns.



Three Line Formation:

Known as the three steps of Nagashino, a military formation that utilizes rifles. Deploys up to three thousand rifles and uses them for volley firing.

Attack List - Ranged: Nobunaga can produce and utilize arquebus rifles in any number needed. They can be fired by hand or appear around her to fire while floating. Single-shot rifles are discarded once spent and disappear.

Share Powers: Anyone can wield one of the arquebus rifles that Nobunaga creates, in order to gain the benefits of Unifying The Nation Through Force (below) for a single shot. She can disperse a rifle at any time, which prevents an enemy from using this against her.

Unifying the Nation Through Force:

Nobunaga's abilities as a Servant reflect two key aspects of her legend. Her military feats against cavalry and her horrific campaign against organized religion.

Bane - Divinity: Nobunaga's ranged attacks are especially harmful against Divine beings, including high ranking priests, gods, avatars, or demigods.

Bane - Riding: Nobunaga's ranged attacks deal additional damage against Cavalry. This is defined as fighters astride animals or single-person vehicles, though only when said fighters are mounted.


The Demonic King:

A samurai warlord summoned as an Archer-class Servant. A heroic spirit representing a larger than life version of her own legend, with abilities derived from her achievements in life.

Superhumanity: Nobunaga physically surpasses normal human limits in durability, strength, and reflexes. This enables her to fight other superhuman Servants, though as an Archer she still prefers to keep her distance.

Knowledge - Strategy: Nobunaga's strategy is unbound by the usual tradition, superstition, or conservatism of contemporary samurai. Examples include using hidden pathways, fielding decoys, and setting an entire mountain on fire.

Attack List - Melee: Nobunaga is a samurai. In addition to guns, she is also an accomplished swordfighter. Many katana strikes have also been adapted for use with mounted bayonets.


The basic soldiers fielded by Nobunaga in the Moon Cell. Small, magically created homunculi that resemble a caricature of Nobunaga herself.

NPCs: Individually weak and simple-minded, the Nobbu are only a threat in large numbers or when directly commanded by a Servant. They are divided between Small and Big versions, with Big Nobbu being tougher.

Field Shaping: The Owari Cannon is magical artillery that can be used to alter the landscape. A special attack used exclusively by Big Nobbu.

Attack List Ranged, Attack List Melee, Bane Riding: Wielding the same Arquebus rifles used in Nobunaga's Three Line Formation, typical soldier katana, and explosives.




Great Fool of Owari <Trouble>

Nobunaga has a great deal of pride in her capability as well as her intelligence, which are both well proven. However, she is also far-sighted and it can be manipulated by others in the short term. She can be easily baited into doing things by playing to her ego, and she doesn't typically think things through further than how it directly benefits her in the long run, with little thought given to immediate consequences. It can't be helped!

Demon King's Mercy <Significant>

If a bird does not sing, it must be killed. Nobunaga is well known as a warrior with little mercy for enemies, and a great list of ways to earn her ire. Chief among them are: Betrayal, insults, egos that clash with hers, and warrior monks. Offenders are ruthlessly filled with holes. Contrasting this, those who earn her trust earn it implicitly, and the clever can use either of these extremes to their advantage to bait, manipulate, or corner her. She met her end this way.

King of Greed <Significant>

While Nobunaga has a unique perspective of what constitutes treasure worthy of seizing, she places great value on those obscure artifacts that do appeal to her. She will go out of her way to make such things hers, including using a civil war as an excuse to seize desirable items from defeated enemies. Her greatest pride is an ever-expanding collection of tea artifacts and artistic pieces. Nobunaga does not, however, find value in gold, jewels, or magical artifacts outside of their artistic merits. She once used a wish-granting mystical chalice as a bomb, because the wish-granting mystical chalice part was worthless to her.


Title Date Scene Summary
The Badger and the Samurai January 24th, 2019 Mortimer has been wanting to throw down with Nobunaga for some time.
Deus Ex Logia: Travelers May 15th, 2018 Pending
The Pillars of Avarice April 22nd, 2018 Pending


Title Date Scene Summary
The Tale of Sunomata (Nobunaga) April 4th, 2018 The Demon King of the Sixth Heaven reflects on history, as it repeats itself