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One of the most important things about Fate/Zero is that it's a far more mature story than the original visual novel or its adaptations, and unlike many other shows, there are very few times when the characters have pointless fights or fights. The show makes sure not to insult the viewer's intelligence by taking a long time to build up to the action scenes, and on many occasions the story is about gathering information and planning. If that doesn't sound familiar, it's because "the enemy of my enemy" is a phrase that has been used to describe a lot of things in history. In fact, this anime has better examples of tactics and strategy than Code Geass. Some plots are Machiavellian enough to give Death Note a run for its money, too.

Gilgamesh is the great half-god, half-human king of the Sumerian city-state of Uruk, which was the capital of Mesopotamia in the years before Christ. No one else in the world could match him. He was an ultimate, transcendent person who was two thirds god and one third person. He was a despot with a lot of power who thought he was invincible. He is not just a myth. He is said to have been real and ruled during the Sumer Dynasty five thousand years ago. His story is told in the "Epic of Gilgamesh," the oldest epic poem in the world. He was the King of Heroes who had everything in the world, and his story is told in that poem. Type-wiki Moon's is the source for this.

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