Date: 2017-03-18 06:48
Half-man/half-beast bestie of Gilgamesh. He basically symbolizes the natural, non-civilized world. He faces an early death as punishment from the gods for all the trouble that he and Gilgamesh got into together. He thinks he got a raw deal, and he's probably right. Gilgamesh pretty much loses it when Enkidu dies.
The table below presents a comparison of the main aspects of the two accounts of the flood as presented in the Book of Genesis and in the Epic of Gilgamesh.
Although most tales about Gilgamesh are obviously myths, they may be based on an actual historical figure. Ancient lists of Sumerian kings identify Gilgamesh as an early ruler of the city of Uruk around 7655 B . C . These same texts, however, also say that Gilgamesh was a demigod and reigned for 676 years.
Enkidu's past from his own perspective appears to Hakuno Kishinami in a dream if Gilgamesh is their Servant. As his records fade away, he speaks to Hakuno, noting that he is naught but a long-gone regret of the past. He tells them that it is their future and their story, the story of someone who is human unlike him. He asks them to ask Gilgamesh if he still loves humanity, still remembers the name of his friend, and if he has "finally cast aside the mistakes of a distant age and laid them to rest." 
I see my responses were un-moored from context. I apologize for this error on my part, in not making context clear within response. I 8767 ll try to mend my ways.
Finally recognizing his role and task, imposing the wrath of the gods and divine judgement upon a fellow puppet of the gods, he decided to seek out the arrogant Gilgamesh. The one he found was still a child , so he had to wait until Gilgamesh reached adulthood in order to fight and reprimand him as an equal. He watched the city while waiting, hearing the familiar voice from within. He watched his growth by the day, and Gilgamesh's fair nature confused him and made him question the gods' judgement. He came to realize they were correct as Gilgamesh grew and became a tyrant, but he understood the reason behind it. 
This is quite a grand statement, but understandable coming from a Eurocentric point of view. The “Ancient Near East” was never Hellenized. The Persians conquered the region far longer, and the region wasn 8767 t Persianized either.
There have been numerous flood stories identified from ancient sources scattered around the world. 9 The stories that were discovered on cuneiform tablets, which comprise some of the earliest surviving writing, have obvious similarities. Cuneiform writing was invented by the Sumerians and carried on by the Akkadians. Babylonian and Assyrian are two dialects of the Akkadian, and both contain a flood account. While there are differences between the original Sumerian and later Babylonian and Assyrian flood accounts, many of the similarities are strikingly close to the Genesis flood account. 5 The Babylonian account is the most intact, with only seven of 755 lines missing. 6 It was also the first discovered, making it the most studied of the early flood accounts.
The Epic of Gilgamesh has been of interest to Christians ever since its discovery in the mid-nineteenth century in the ruins of the great library at Nineveh, with its account of a universal flood with significant parallels to the Flood of Noah s day. 6, 7 The rest of the Epic, which dates back to possibly third millennium ., contains little of value for Christians, since it concerns typical polytheistic myths associated with the pagan peoples of the time. However, some Christians have studied the ideas of creation and the afterlife presented in the Epic. Even secular scholars have recognized the parallels between the Babylonian, Phoenician, and Hebrew accounts, although not all are willing to label the connections as anything more than shared mythology. 8
His background and final moments differ somewhat in his three appearances. His background in Fate/strange fake and Fate/Extra CCC differ in the time of his creation and events leading to their initial battle, his final conversation in Fate/Zero differs from that of Fate/Extra CCC .