>some inconsistencies in his story
>therefore, not real
>can't even be placed on a single century due to anachronisms in his legends
>totally real, was also a little girl
Makes perfect sense.
Being able to cut a swallow with a sword is impressive in real life, but trying to hype it up in the Nasuverse where every other object in motion is breaking the speed of sound it isn't very impressive.
Well, it's just a matter that Arthur existed in Fate's universe while Kojiro apparently didn't. The legends being remembered and consistent or not doesn't matter. Of course, it's completely arbitrary.
You assume that this information is about what is factual within the real world, not the world that Nasu constructed.
In the Nasuverse, Saber was summoned because the Holy Grail contacts the Throne of Heroes, inconsistency is impossible because the legend doesn't matter in a certain sense.
Caster's unusual summoning basically just empowered a ghost to Servant levels. The actual ghost receives the memories of the real Sasaki, but they aren't his because the guy himself isn't Sasaki.
If Saber got summoned in todays britain, would she be weakened instead?
Keep in mind that is full of muslims with different set of beliefs and all brits are cucks ashamed of their heritage.
Chuuni refers to the phenomena of a certain time period ion a child's life where they want to establish something special and unique about themselves, but being a child and lacking anything unique, turn to obnoxious behaviors or retreat into fantasy.
This behavior is for some reason exceptionally prevalent in japan, thus the term "chuuni."
>Implying they are human
>Inbred Saxon faggots
>Saber face when
>"I died for this"
Not to mention out all of the people in the world fucking Japanese teenagers are supposed to be the masters of these thousand year old mythological heroes. That's what it makes it the most chuu2.
The crux of that definition is that they're NOT. She's not some girl pretending to do these thing's, she's actually seriously someone who was a magic king and all the baggage that entails.
>Keep in mind that is full of muslims with different set of beliefs and all brits are cucks ashamed of their heritage.
You're mistaking Britain for Germany
Or just London for Britain
Still makes no sense. Why do European magi have zero knowledge of even the most famous Eastern heroes, but know about ones like Angra Mainyu, or Rashid ad-Din? Also if the Grail's summoning ability is based on the knowledge of European magi, how can it summon someone like Emiya - who doesn't even exist yet and never took credit or was recognized for any of the deeds he did in life?
It sounds more like Nasu is pulling arbitrary rules out of his ass, because he realizes the nature of location bonus means Eastern heroes are obviously too OP in Japan.
Shirou is trash though. He has as many magic circuits as an average human and they're of really low quality. The only reason he has any abilities is because of Avalon changing him into swords. And all of the servants are magic bullshit by definition, it equals out by all of them having broken skills.
>He has as many magic circuits as an average human
Wrong, average humans don't have magic circuits. Even just counting magi, you're still wrong: Shirou has 27 circuits, and Nasu said average magi have around 20. You're right about them being poor quality though - they can only carry about 1/10th of the mana Rin's can.
Shirou is basically a lot like Kerry in that he can never really aspire to be anything beyond an average magus when it comes to traditional magic, but he has an absurdly strong specialty that he could become a very deadly opponent.
Assassin is a geist that received the possible potential memories that would constitute the Spirit of Sasaki Kojirou, including the fact that he factually did not exist in the Nasuverse.
hue, here's another person who mislearnt the meaning of the word "chuuni" from watching that one show a while ago about the girl wtiht he eyepatch.
By your warped definition, everything that strays even slightly from normality is chuuni.
It's exactly the opposite.
Germany has had 8 muslim children born per 1 German child in 2010 I think.
If German nationalism won't have an insurrection (and it won't soon because a bloo bloo we were nazis so bad so sorry ;_;) you can expect muslim uprisings and caliphates by 2030.
The guy he quoted is retarded.
It can't summon Eastern Servants because the Holy Grail is a Western concept. Though that's just a bullshit excuse Nasu gave so Uro wouldn't use some OP nip/chink/who gives a shit Servant.
You eurofags are hilarious. Your Islamophobia is so strong you make us Americlaps look like saints, and we just released a 500 page report about how we raped and tortued Muslims for over a decade. Bravo.
Then your definition of chuunishit has lost it's credibility of being bad-defining, because things that are good and also easily qualify as chuunishit.
What about being chuunishit makes a thing bad, under your definition of chuuunishit?
That would be impressive, as Muslims make up only about 4% of the German population. It's what Hitler would have wanted though, he thought Islam was a strong religion that suited the Aryan race.
>Being able to cut a swallow with a sword is impressive in real life
He breaks laws of physics. His Tsubame Gaeshi is a fragment of the Second Magic, even though it's not even magecraft. It's not "impressive". It's levels higher.
It's an 18+ eroge targeted at adults. Even when you take the sex scenes out its audience is still mostly adults.
Cause when you actually sit down and read it you realize that the bulk of the novel is actually very slowly paced SoL scenes laced with foreshadowing and building anticipation. UBW, the most action packed route, has maybe 10 major action scenes, compared to the dozens of cooking, talking, and school scenes used for fleshing out characters, background, and foreshadowing.
Basically any kid who sits down to read F/SN looking for action (or sex) is going to get bored halfway through the prologue once they realize how long the story is and how much exposition it entails.
You have no idea what the Euros are facing. America was always heterogeneous.
Europe, on the other hand used to be homogeneous. It is much harder having a great country in a heterogeneous society.
Fuck vanilla Shirou, CG Shirou is where it's at. Prana supplies the size of the Holy Grail and UBW with a basically infinite source of fuel. He could rain A rank NPs and have them break on impact
The tone is what sets chuuni apart from stuff like battle shounen. FSN has a more dark atmosphere and takes itself very seriously within the actual narrative. Not to mention all the power ups and shit. Chuuni takes on similar qualities from shounen, except aimed towards older teens and adults, hence the darker and more serious tone. A lot of the time it comes off as ridiculous, with shit like 11eyes being one of the most extreme cases of poorly written chuuni.
Anglo-Saxons are literally her enemies. Bongistan would be fucking glassed.
Why did he need to break the laws of physics to cut a swallow? Surely it's not THAT hard. I mean when I was a kid my grandmother would tell us that if we salted the tailfeathers of a bird it would become our pet to keep us occupied, and after a couple months it gets a lot easier to follow their movement, even if you can never actually catch them. So it seems possible at least.
>It always was though
>sets chuuni apart
You don't know what it is, but you keep using that word.
My god, it's like I'm watching cancer develop in slow motion. The board's going to be flooded with retards spouting "it's chuuni shit, lol", as the holidays begin in earnest and all the kids come here.
Wow I have never seen anybody talk this much out of their ass before. I can't even begin to count up all the things you just blatantly make up on the spot or just talk about like it's an established fact.
Like how you casually try to assert the existence of definite "chuuni traits" and a "chuuni genre" based on tone, even though this is all BS made up by you.
Basically what you're doing here is trying to universalize your own opinion about what is "chuuni" is by using works that you've already claimed to be chuuni to prove your definition.
Your entire argument is circular.
It isn't chuuni, then - you're saying it will have an effect on a child's development. A lot of things do that, and in this case, there's a handy adults only tab on the cover to stop that from happening.
Nobody abuses that word to the extent that that guy does.
Yet very few children actually like F/SN. If it appeals to a "childlike" mindset then why aren't there more children reading the all ages version of it? There are kids who do, but they're outnumbered by adults. Are you seeing how this doesn't follow? How it makes no sense to say it's targeted to people with a childish mindset when actual children for the most part do not like it?
What you're doing here is basically using "childish" as a buzzword to slander something you don't like without actually thinking about what the word actually means.
I suggest you find better words to describe your opinions instead of ones that make you look like a fool.
For starters chuunibyou is used to describe behavior in people, their mannerisms or taste or sensibilities, it's not a genre of entertainment. A person can be chuuni, an anime can't.
Next, you're trying to make it sound like there are universal qualities all chuunibyou possess, so that you can claim certain shows or games or novels are inherently chuuni, but this is not the case. Chuunibyou is widely applied to any kind of adolescent pretensions or delusions. A kid who tries very hard to act like a "mature adult" by only drinking black coffee, reading high brow philosophical texts in public, dressing in an exaggeratedly proper fashion, and opining on politics and moral issues while frowning on "low brow" entertainments is also a chuuni just as much as a sperg who thinks he's the chosen one and has a 50000000 year old demon imprisoned in his left nut or whatever.
Last, just because many chuunis do like a thing doesn't make the thing bad or "inherently chuuni," because chuunibyou is about the person's attitudes and behaviors, how they approach things.
Gonna have to explain to me how you reasoned out F/SN's fans being manchildren, cause from here it looks like plain old circular logic BS.
Basically you define the fans of F/SN as manchildren because they read F/SN and then try to say F/SN is intended for manchildren because that's who reads it.
Never mind the fact that you're just operating on a typically biased no true scotsman version of "adulthood".
I'm just gonna link back to the post you quoted so you can read it this time, since I don't want to retype everything I just said. >>118131183
There, hope you actually get something out of it on your second read through.
Again, read >>118131049
And realize your attempts to create a "chuuni genre" are inherently BS. There are many chuunis who actively despise anime and manga as part of their chuunibyou. They consider it "beneath them" along with other forms of "plebeian" entertainment (TV, mainstream movies, mainstream fiction novels etc).
So tell me again how there are anime made specifically to "target" this varied group of people whose interests and tastes commonly are at polar opposites to each other?
Did that happen in Germany? It should have because I'm pretty sure wolves have been extinct in Japan for like 150 years. And even then Japanese wolves were wimpy compared to European ones.
>it's not a genre of entertainment. A person can be chuuni, an anime can't.
That's a narrow way of thinking. Descriptors like this are used in Japanese all the time. For example denpa can be used to refer to someone who is mentally deranged, but the term can also be used to describe literature, films, etc. It's the same thing with chuuni.
>Chuunibyou is widely applied to any kind of adolescent pretensions or delusions.
I'll agree with the fact that there are many facets to chuuni. But in reference to entertainment, it usually involves magic battles, teenagers obtaining some power from some ancient god or spirit, references to ancient mythology or history, things borrowed from Western culture, etc. Hell, if you check the Japanese definition for it you'll find these common traits.
Like you said, chuuni isn't inherently bad like everyone makes it out to be. Just take a look at Dies Irae and Muramasa. They are considered chuuni among both Western and Japanese fanbases along with Nasu's works, but they are also highly praised.
I'll bet Saber likes African Swallows
>But in reference to entertainment, it usually involves magic battles, teenagers obtaining some power from some ancient god or spirit, references to ancient mythology or history, things borrowed from Western culture, etc
Anon, this is called stereotyping, it's done for the purposes of making fun of a topic. Yes, those are things that a lot of chuunibyou are into. But so what? Are you going to call drinking black coffee a chuunibyou trait? What about reading Dostoevsky or Kant or Nietzsche? Learning dead languages? Wearing jewelry? Why are only some things "chuuni things" because chuunibyous like them and others aren't?
Is it because urban fantasy anime/manga/LN/VNs are safe targets that are already scorned for other reasons while others are things "proper adults" do?
Yes, I know there are tendencies among chuunibyou to gravitate to certain titles more than others, but you're selectively ignoring those that don't fit your predetermined opinion (or the satirist's opinion) about what a stereotypical chuunibyou is.
It's pure arbitrariness.
It's not "nothing happening," there's always stuff going on. If you aren't paying attention then you clearly don't care about the story, characters, or setting. So just go watch the DEEN movie of UBW since it's exactly what you're looking for.
>crams in every fight possible in a span of 90 minutes
>skips over exposition, characterization, and world building, including playing the opening credits over the prologue scenes
>rearranges events to make the story lurch from one fight to the next almost nonstop
There you go, F/SN: UBW minus all that wearisome dialogue and character development.