why is this still going on , isn't this already over
@CerusSerenade: well i didnt knew that gilgamesh was galaxy sized....
@othus12: Yet it is the only showing of Gilgamesh with a serious Enuma Elish. There was someone who posted how Gilgamesh returned from the other side of the universe according to a translation from fate/extra ccc, this same game.
The difference between Supernova and a fully serious Enuma Elish is that we know a fully charged Enuma Elish is much stronger than what we've been shown for a fact. This is the strongest showing of it and Nasu tends to be consistent. Supernova was inconsistent, violated the plot, and didn't even deal the expected damage, it was an obvious cinematic effect. However Gilgamesh basically 1-shots all bosses, including the true ending boss with this skill.
Would I say it was the size of a galaxy? Yes, both Gilgamesh and the enemy were incredibly miniscule compared to them. It is difficult to illustrate galaxies in the presence of human sized entities, but it still has to be done. To deny that they're galaxies because of that would be silly when they obviously look like galaxies.
I'm not understanding properly, isn't that just an in game skill effect to make it look cooler? Also I always realize that you guys skew measurements a lot. Even if I were to take an in game skill effect seriously that is at best the size of a country when hyped and at the very least the size of an island. You get lost in the effects and forget true size. That dude taking the attack was clearly visible as a portion of it, not much but enough so that we can tell its definitely not planet sized. If you flipped over an island and placed it next to that dude it would look the same and if you zoomed out he would be a spec compared to it. If you were to flip a country like the US and put it next to him he would appear to be a spec and if you zoomed out he wouldn't be visible. He wouldn't even look like an actual portion of it. Now to go on to a planet or even a system or then a galaxy is ludicrous especially when going off pure speculation.