@flashback180: Bradley can't do crap against Gilgamesh. Aside from immortality (which isn't even that great to begin with) Gil has the advantage everywhere.
Absolutely this. Gilgamesh is in a different league to Bradley (bear in mind that Lancer was able to deflect bullets easily when confronted by Kiritsugu). Father is the only one who could put up a fight against Gilgamesh.
For my money:
Round 1- Team 3.
Round 2- Team 4.
Round 3- probably team 3. A bloodlusted Gilgamesh gives them the edge imo.
yes in terms of fire power . His weapon arsenal are unmatched by any noble phantasm in the fate series , he has a freaking airship that can bring down a F-22 .
But he never has & never will go all out , Alexander passed though his Nobel phantasms with just his sword. He is nowhere near as fast Bradly in combat speed with the ultimate eye.
Bloodlusted Gilgamesh = full power Gilgamesh. This would be a Gilgamesh going straight for the kill (he was never in this state during either Fate series).
Again, you're missing the point with the whole speed thing (and Alexander was getting tagged all over and would have collapsed before long, despite him being a total boss). Let me try and illustrate it differently:
> Lancer has good enough reactions to repel machine-gun fire easily.
> Saber (with her base air sword) was on relatively equal footing with Lancer. A lot of the servants have similar stats (at least, with regards to speed), it's not like they were going around blitzing each other.
> Gilgamesh has no problems tagging any of the other servants. He tagged Saber easily enough, and when Beserker (Lancelot) defended against a few of Gilgamesh's attacks, the other servants present were surprised. Had Gilgamesh not been stopped, he would have crushed him as he opened more of the GoB. Someone who can casually deal with the Servants is not going to have a hard time with Bradley.
Bradley has never gone up against anyone in the same class as Fate/Zero's strongest servant. Forget Gilgamesh, Kotomine is more on Bradley's level.