At this point I can't take Fate serious anymore. Why did they have to do this with FHA?
So you're saying that there was a point where you did take Fate seriously
Its called a fandisk for a reason anon, maybe you're just not a real fan.
You should watch Carnival Phantasm though, it's pretty funny. Dont call yourself secondary just because youre are new to the franchise, you are a precious individual like everyone else.
The stick was made by one of the most powerful modern mages of all time as a sentient conduit for one of the most OP magics of all time. He made the stick insufferable and obnoxious-looking so that it would be used only sparingly.
If you consider the kind of guy Zelretch is/was/will be, it's a perfectly fine turn of events.
It's a fucking fandisk. Just have fun.
OP, drop that and watch Prisma.
Yeah, It seems a typical majokko, but it's the first Urobuchi's fate series and the latter episodes are more tragic and dark than Madoka and Psycho Pass.
He was involved with the single most major event in the history of the Nasuverse, the death of the Crimson Moon. And it took just about everything out of him.
Generally, he prefers not to get involved personally and instead support the people that do.
FUCK this shit. Fucking Japan starts out good and then fucks it all up with it's shitty fanservice.
Can't they make a good, serious anime with engaging plot, interesting characters and NO spinoff fanservice titles. Jesus Christ, it gets annoying after 1000th time.
Personally, I think it's cathartic as hell to see the characters able to enjoy themselves after all the shit they go through in the main works.
Besides, there are literally tons of "serious" anime without lighthearted spinoffs. Go watch Monster or something.
Anything that isn't 100% needed to beat the game isn't part of the game's story, it's just an extra thrown in, like omakes. The Kaleidoscope/Chest scene was great, and I haven't even seen Prisma yet.
Also, if you expected FHA to be all serious you're in the wrong VN. Teaching Caster to cook and other filler stuff is basically good fanfiction, nothing more.
>Implying he doesn't
He's basically the progenitor of the Tohsaka magecraft. Unless I'm misremembering, Rin invokes his name during her summoning ritual. And let's not forget the Jewel Sword.
And those world lines are being rendered through Avenger so it isn't"exactly how they would act". You can only say that for Caren and Bazett which entered it from the outside.
>At this point I can't take Fate serious anymore.
See this is the type of shit I wish I knew about the Nasuverse! Where can I learn all this shit, do I have to read the wiki forever or learn moon. Cause I played tsukihime and fate and try to get into anything type moon I can find.
>Rin invokes his name during her summoning ritual
Every proper mage says something about an "Ancestor Schweinorg" during their summoning ritual, that's because he helped design the entire war.
>He's basically the progenitor of the Tohsaka magecraft
He handed Nagato the Jewel Sword blueprints as homework and showed him some tricks with jewels.
Why should he care about anyone?
He's an immortal vampire who can travel parallel worlds.
If shits gets fucked up in this one, he can just find the next one which is almost the same as the one which got fucked up.
Him defeating the Crimson Moon is a universal thing, since there's only one of each Type too.
>And it took just about everything out of him.
He got turned into a vampire guy and he's a ridiculously old man.
Character materials, shit like Kagetsu Tohya and Hollow Ataraxia, and a little bit of speculation grounded by what's actually in the above.
>Why should he care about anyone?
He obviously cares to some extent, or else he wouldn't have helped setting up the ritual in the first place.
>Why did he age?
What's canon is that he can never again use his Magic or his Magecraft on the level he did against the Crimson Moon, and he was a human during the majority of that fight, so my assumption is that he burned out some of his circuits by overloading them, similar to Archer, and it prematurely aged him as a result. THEN he got vamped at the end of the fight.
Grail wars are small shit to him, and he did help in 2 ways. He gives Rin (and probably others) magic artifacts like the kaleidostick and jewel sword, which can make a massive difference.
Unless I remember it wrong, he also helps Rin in London after the grail war in at least 1 route, I can't remember what he did though.
He probably knows/thinks the grail war will have an acceptable outcome even without him involving himself more directly. He has his own wacky space time adventures to deal with as well.
>he also helps Rin in London after the grail war in at least 1 route, I can't remember what he did though.
He saved her ass from the Magic Association coming down on her, and took her as an apprentice.
Which may well have been a worse outcome, though in the HF epilogue she still seems to be sane.
>like the kaleidostick
Also known as "Zelretch makes a real life Magical Girl show for shit and gigles".
More like "Nagato's overdue homework"
>Unless I remember it wrong, he also helps Rin in London after the grail war in at least 1 route, I can't remember what he did though.
She becomes his apprentice.
That's the worst thing that could happen to any mage,
except for Nagato.
>By herself she had no way of creating it
While that is true, she probably would have been able to make more progress on it than any individual ancestor of hers did. Especially with Shirou's help minus Ilya/Justeaze's memories.