Archer has two Noble Phantasms similar to Gilgamesh's Gate of Babylon and Ea, Bab-ilu: Key of the King's Law (王律鍵(バヴ＝イル), ?) and Enki: Sword of the End (終末剣(エンキ), ?). Bab-ilu is identical in function to the Gate of Babylon, but the actual Noble Phantasm is a tattoo which proves his Kingship rather than a key-sword. It acts as the key to access his treasury, allowing him to draw out weapons for personal use or fire them like a machine gun from a circular pattern of ten glowing orbs that appears around him. He comments that it contain many pointless things, such as a glass bottle containing a medicine that can cure any poison in the world. Unlike how Gate of Babylon acts as Gilgamesh's main weapon from a standing, long range position, Bab-ilu is instead used in conjunction with Enki in close combat and to keep the opponent at a distance.
"Behold! The infernal of destruction fills the heavens! Come forth! The Surge of Utnapishtim! This is what means to destroy the World! Heroic Spirits, suffer the curse that the insolence of challenging the King of Heroes has brought upon ye!"
Enki, named after the same god as Ea, is a pair of dual blades that is stored within Bab-ilu and often worn on his back, which have the function to turn the hilts ninety degrees to allow them to be used as tonfa knives. Differing from Ea, he has to meet a condition to uleash his imperial Noble Phantasm, and it takes most of his magical energy in order to utilize it. As a sword which can summon floods, it must be deployed for seven days, as the volume in water increases each day after its activation. After the seventh day, it turns into the Surge of Utnapishtim from the the Epic of Gilgamesh, the original tsunami that gave shape to the deluge myth of Noah.
Upon invoking its true name, Enki takes the form of a longbow by connecting the two swords at their hilts. It generates an arrow that is fired at the ground to act as a "tracer round" for his true trump card that is deployed high in satellite orbit above the earth. The actual Enki is surrounded by six bolts that converge around the sword in a spiral to become an arrow that falls toward the Earth as a "Star of Destruction." Upon reaching the area, it disappears in the sky and deploys a giant Magic Circle that cleaves space to summon the Surge of Utnapishtim. The tsunami easily covers the entire city only seconds after emerging, and he implies that it has the capacity to destroy the world. Saber's Excalibur is able to win in a clash against it by splitting the water, vaporizing the sea, and cleaving the Star of Destruction.
While it is unknown if he still retains it in Fate/Prototype, he had a Noble Phantasm in the planning stages of the original novel that imparted the ability "Absolutely Survive" (絶対に生き残る, ?). It would have clashed with Berserker's Noble Phantasm at the time, which was to "not lose for eleven battles." The two concepts of the abilities clashed and and the paradoxical situation had to be resolved. Berserker eventually died even though he won, while Archer lost but survived. About Me
Character type: Servant (Master: N/A)
Hair color: Golden
Eye color: Red
Addresses self as: Ore (我, ?)
Japanese name of spirit: ギルガメシュ
Rank: Rank 3
N. Phantasm: EX
He shares a basic design with Archer of Fate/stay night. His armor is based off of the design of Gilgamesh's armor in Fate/stay night, but it was integrated with a more Mesopotamian-influenced style.
Archer is an alternate version of Gilgamesh, the king of Uruk and the hero from humanity’s most ancient epic.
Archer is still the most self-centered person in the world like his Fate/stay night counterpart, but he lacks the same kingly temperament and he is able to properly read the situation around him. While he is not an evil person, he has a callous personality. He has no real interest in the Holy Grail, so he instead wishes to establish himself as the strongest of Heroic Spirits. He finds incomparable joy in the battle of heroes splendidly fighting each other to the death for a miracle, angered by the fact that such an event never happened during his lifetime. Due to his Master’s influence, he is a Servant accustomed to the modern society.
He falls in love with the glasses-less Ayaka Sajyou much like a typical shoujo manga. Unlike his counterpart's haughty declaration that Saber will become his possession, Archer proposes to her in a somewhat more normal manner. He finds her beauty to be incomparable to even that of the women of Uruk, who had never won his approval during his life. In contrast, he bitterly detests ■■, whose name is left blank, due to the similarities he sees between her and Ishtar. He believes “Women who are absolutely confident in their good looks are repulsive creatures!”
He, as the "best and strongest hero under the sky", wishes to be the highest ranking Servant. Having two above him enraged him to the point where he wanted to kill his own Master, but he decided to forgive Berserker because he did not hesitate to sacrifice his reasoning to seek power. He instead focuses on Saber, referred to as Holy Blade Wielder (聖剣使い, Seiken Tsukai?), as his target, seeing him as a formidable opponent. Though his Master commands him to simply let Saber perish on his own, he thinks that a disgustingly formidable opponent is more precious than gold. Wanting to kill the other person from the bottom of one’s heart is something that can only be experienced once in a lifetime. He is still quite cocky towards him, telling Saber that he should smile at being Archer's opponent even with his Master on the verge of death, else he deserves to be trampled upon.
Archer is the prototype version of Gilgamesh that was to be used in the original Fate/stay night novel that was penned and left uncompleted. He was only briefly mentioned in notes detailing the plot of the novel, and received an expanded role in Fate/Prototype. He is summoned by the unnamed owner and president of a skyscraper that overlooks the city. He dislikes his Master's methods, calling him a boring man. As a person careful to the end, he is a coward who will miss a good show like Archer's fights by using indirect methods.
While Saber and Ayaka fall into a romantic mood as they are alone in her classroom, Archer suddenly enters and begins a passion-filled speech on the Holy Grail War from atop the teacher's desk. He declares two things about the War leave him unsatisfied, their rankings and Ayaka. He, as the Archer-class Servant, is ranked third, while Saber is ranked as first among the seven Servants. He is currently focusing on Saber to obtain his rightful ranking, and he declares his attraction to Ayaka, telling her to become his empress once he overthrows Saber. Saber displeased by the display, downplays it as insane talk, so Archer challenges him to show their difference in power with Enki.
After a week, Ayaka has ended up poisoned by Sancraid Phahn, and Saber, while searching for him, meets Archer within the downtown subway at midnight. Challenging Saber with an arrogant, proud expression, he presents a medicine that can cure any poisons hurting her even if he doesn't actually know the specifics of them. Using that to issue their final duel, he tosses the bottle toward Saber and races towards him while wearing a fierce smile. As they fight through the subway to open air, they dogfight between the skyscrapers of Fukutoshin while engaging each other.
It is a close battle between them, and as each has met the conditions to unleash their final weapons, they are each looking for an opportunity of sure-kill. Once they reach the end of their fierce melee, Saber is knocked to the ground and Archer obtains his chance from atop a skyscraper. Summoning Enki, he seeks to overwhelm Saber with the tsunami. He is so exhausted that he can hardly move, but still manages to laugh as if it is the duty of the victor. Saber tells him it is too early to celebrate, unleashes Excalibur, and cleaves through not only Enki, but the arrogant king as well, as he sighs with despair at his defeat. He is not killed during their battle, and it is noted he later goes on to crush Berserker.