Man, seeing Robotman up there reminds me of how much I love Doom Patrol and makes me want to consider trying to do something for this. I mean knowing me I'll screw up at the starting line but we'll see how things turn out. XD
Personality: Gilgamesh, legendary King of Uruk; a cruel, merciless, arrogant tyrant who cared only for his own whims and inflating his already bloated ego. None of this applies to him in this form, however. The young Gilgamesh is humble and polite, far more modest than his older self. In fact, he is rather embarrassed and regretful about the behaviour of the adult Gilgamesh, and sadly wonders how he could ever have turned out like that. In order to differentiate the two of them, he insists on being refered to as simply "Gil". His mentality in this form is believed to be based on when he was a young, beloved and wise king, before he became the corrupt and arrogant man he would later grow into; because of this, despite how unthreatening his personality may initially seem to be, when push comes to shove he is still quite the dangerous combatant, even if he has to fight a lot smarter due to his lower parameters and inability to access the most powerful Noble Phantasms in his treasury.
Brief History: The King of Heroes, protagonist of the Epic of Gilgamesh, and the oldest Heroic Spirit. It's not entirely clear if this is the adult Gilgamesh after partaking of the potion of youth, or simply Gilgamesh summoned from when he was still a child, although due to the particulars of Heroic Spirits he still has memories of his time as both King of Uruk and the Archer class Servant who battled during the fourth and fifth Holy Grail Wars. Like Mordred, he was summoned to Chaldea to aid in the restoration of history, and like Mordred has now been sent to a world where he is considered a fictional character.
Universe of Origin: Nasuverse (Fate/Hollow Ataraxia and Fate/Grand Order)
Gate of Babylon - Treasury of the King: An extradimensional storehouse containing vast amounts of Noble Phantasms, including the prototypes to numerous legendary weapons. By activating it, Gil is able to draw forth the contents at will, although like his older counterpart his favoured usage of it is to simply fire out vast amounts of Noble Phantasms. Due to possessing a younger body, lower mana and currently lacking a Master, however, his ability to use the higher ranked Noble Phantasms within is limited; notably, even with a Master he would mostly be limited to using Noble Phantasms up to B-rank, and even then they would drain his resources far quicker than lower ranked ones would. The only real exception to this is Enkidu, the Chains of Heaven; Ea, the Sword of Rupture, is notably not an exception and he is in fact completely incapable of using it whilst in his younger form. Even then, the contents of the Gate of Babylon are vast and diverse, giving Gil many different options and modes of attack.
Enkidu - Chains of Heaven: Gil's most treasured Noble Phantasms, the chains with which he and his beloved friend Enkidu used to restrain the Bull of Heaven, representing not only their victory against it but also the bonds of their friendship. It is of possibly infinite length and stored within the Gate of Babylon, allowing him to use it to attack and restrain enemies he deems worthy enough to use it upon. The most notable trait about it, however, is that it possesses the power to restrain the divine, and in fact the more divine blood a target has the stronger and more unbreakable the chains become.
Sha Naqba Imuru - The Omniscient Omnipotent Star: The embodiment of the wisdom of the King of Uruk, this Noble Phantasm provides great powers of clairvoyance and prediction to Gil. However, for the purposes of this RP it is restricted to him simply immediately knowing that he is now in a world where this particular interpretation of Gilgamesh is considered to be a fictional character from the Fate/ series.
Independent Action: The special ability of the Archer class, allowing them to operate even in the absence of a Master. Due to Gil's A-rank in this skill, he is able to remain manifested for a prolonged period of time without a source of mana, although in order to use his more powerful Noble Phantasms he still needs to consume magical energy.
Magic Resistance: Gil's low ranking in this skill merely grants him some level of resistance to the weakest of spells and magical abilities, and won't protect him from anything of even average power.
Golden Rule: A skill that represents not only the bearer's wealth and fortune, but the ease of obtaining such things. Not only does the high ranking of this skill mean that Gil will never have any problems with money and has practically infinite wealth, but it also plays a part in arming him as it represents the treasures contained within the Gate of Babylon.
Other: Specifically not as gamebreakingly powerful as his adult form.