Why is she so cute, lads? Why can't she just exist and bring us all happiness?
Polyphasic sleeping definitely increases the frequency and intensity of my dreams, but I'm far from lucid.
>not creating a Saber in your dreams with a cognizance equal to your own, for the purpose of helping motivate you in life.
Do you even /Saberfaggot/?
"I did not see anything made in the kitchen. Am I to go without lunch today...?"
Reminder that Saber Zero > All and that Saber Stay/Night is just a moeblob with no purpose but to give you heartboners.
She hardly featured in Zero, though. The entire Caste arc was one big attempt to shoe horn her into the limelight, and it was bad. I almost dropped the series during Caster arc.
What is there to talk about? I pushed myself for 8 years to the point I almost became border-line schizophrenic.
Just researching different ways over the years on the internet. Eventually, I got so far into it I started to see things at the corner of my eye, and sometimes think there was noises outside of my window. It got to the point that every blond woman I saw for a split second sort of reminded me of Saber which made my heart sink. It was just a crazy experience.
>Not writing a detailed memoir of your experience of trying to summon Saber and presenting it to the thread for review and discussion.
This is the first step in streamlining and refining the process. Ideally the collective could whittle it down to a science.
>Not, in the present time, reviewing your memories and collecting them into a memoir that can be disseminated to others efficiently
I, personally, stand to learn alot from your experiences. When it comes to non-creative pursuits (e.g. scientific pursuits), the collective will always make something greater than the individual, alone.
Jokes on you, I like a different Saber entirely.
>CCC Translation never
>Every blond woman I saw for a split second reminded me of Saber, which made my heart sink.
That's so sad. If I put this on and let you fuck my ass would you feel better?
If excalibur's sheath saved Shiro from dying in a fire why did he need Rin's help to survive Gay Bulge.
Saber said it wouldn't work without a contract with her but she didn't have a contract with Shiro when Kiritumitsurugi found him.
If it were accoding to myth it's actualy Cu who makes cursed wounds,which only heal if he himself aids no matter which weapon he uses.
Because there's not a single time Gae Bolg doesn't kill.
Just fuck off you Britton scum. Take your Arthur back where it belong.
>Slutshit threads don't last more than a couple of hours
>Rin threads make it to post limit
And they say there aren't two of you at most
because I can't follow Gödel's Modal Proof
Brief overview for anyone else following along:
>One can conceive of a perfect girl, that is, Saber.
>Therefore Saber exists in the mind.
>But in that case, one can imagine a more perfect girl, namely one who exists in reality as well.
>This would be a contradiction.
>Therefore Saber exists.
Arguments that this applies equally to other popular waifus are nothing more than trickery spread by the Adversary and should be ignored.
Please, she has no regrets.
Tears of joy and pleasure after singing her song.
Because the world is indifferent to your desires and the things you want aren't even guaranteed to physically exist let alone be obtainable so we create fantasies to try to at least entertain the thought of getting what we want.
Saber's design sells so they can't risk not including an imitation of her in stories.
Ah, the Problem of Evil. Rest assured that there is a remedy to your doubt, anon. It may appear at times to us mere men that Saber a shit; however, this is all part of the grace of a plan of whose final conclusion we are not yet aware.
Shit is merely separation from saber. By choosing to reject saber you create your own suffering. I'm sure saber doesn't like that but she can't force you to be with her as that would be an infringement upon your free will.
>Trying to keep a Saber thread alive
>Implying the combined number of saberfags, wormslutfags and Illyafags on /a/ is greater than 3.
>Not posting one where she is clearly enjoying it
Anyone have more gifs of Saber getting BTFO this episode? It was glorious. Long live based Ufotable.
Now that Caster knows who they are, she probably knows where they live since the school has a registry of all students, couldn't she easily attack at any moment with an army of skeleton dudes, why are they still so relaxed?
>Why can't she just exist
Because she's British but has straight teeth
I want to watch saber get fucked by a dog and just stare at her disapprovingly and make her feel ashamed of herself while she tries to get up and cover up but she can't because she's overwhelmed by the pleasure. Eventually I'll draw closer and start petting the dog while never breaking eye contact with saber, and making sure to tilt her head to make her look into my eyes every time she averts her gaze.
VN's all well and good, but a moving representation is a pleasure to watch. Felt so good to see, but this is the only one I have. Is there no gif of her getting choked, or the blade getting blocked?
Why is it that every fucker in this series is so short? Rider is allegedly self-conscious about being too tall, but she's just 172cm. Are they all just gigantic midgets?
The Caster class is considered the weakest because it's usually ineffectual against other servants. Every other class will win a direct confrontation with a Caster, generally speaking.
Fuck your dreams, nigga. All she needed was a short grinding session and a raging libido.
>Short grinding session
Long, voluptuous legs and that small, supple ass.
It's really strange considering how much Nasu seems to like flashy effects and spam attacks. Caster is perfect for both and yet Casters are always underutilized in action scenes
What's up with the titanic tits in this series?
As if pro-monarchy is actually a thing?
Galactic Saber is the pinnacle of Saber technology.
Then we'd have a severe case of multiple personality disorder.
>Nero, Gawain, Arthur and Mordred all fighting for control over the same body
>Arturia and Siegfried completely failing to calm the rest of them down
So far Saber has been fucking with:
Countless faceless fat old men
A faggot swordsexual ginger
Her wife, which was sloppy seconds, got fucking NTRed, how fucking pathetic
Uhh, Saint Wiborada, maybe?
So what you're saying is she can and most likely will exist in my lifetime?
SABER GOT HER WISH IN A DIFFERENT TIMELINE, AND PROTOTYPE SABER WAS THE RESULT?
>172 posts in
>no mention of best girl
Why is /a/ so shit?
Still the best girl, which really tells you how low Fate sets the bar.
I want Don Quixote
True Name: Alonso Quixano, "Don Quixote"
A dark-skinned Spanish gentleman in his late 30s, Rider has neck-length dark brown hair and a light goatee, accentuating a cheerful but disturbingly unfaltering smile. He wears a white tunic and pantaloons, along with faded and dented wine-red armor over his chest and one of his arms and legs (mismatched). A tattered wide-rimmed wine-red hat sits atop his head, accentuated by a single feather that upon closer examination belongs to a common Spanish pigeon rather than any noble breed.
Note: Representing his delusions of knighthood, Rider's general appearance and weapon are poor imitations of the "Lancer" card.
Noble Phantasm: B
The expertise to ride animals and vehicles. Due to a lack of training, most vehicles can be handled with only average skill. However, he cannot ride the likes of Phantasm Races or more complex vehicles.
Cancel Single-Action spells. Magic Resistance of the same degree of an amulet that rejects magical energy.
Natural talent to command an army. At this rank, he is charming but completely untrustworthy, and may only be able to convince a few foolish individuals to follow him into battle.
Due to possessing a distorted mentality, Mental Pollution makes it highly possible to shut out any mental interference Thaumaturgy. However, at the same time it becomes impossible to come to an understanding with individuals that do not possess an equivalent rank of mental pollution. Rider is resolute in his convictions against all evidence to the contrary and is extremely difficult to discourage or correct even when obviously mistaken.
Dulcinea - Tilting the Balance of All Things
Representing the madness and chivalry that infected Don Quixote's entire world view, Dulcinea allows Rider to force his own perceptions of the world on anyone he engages in combat with. When Rider recognizes an enemy as his opponent, his concept of honorable battle equalizes his attributes with that of his opponent, plundering the strength of his opponent until they are as weak as he is in all attributes. Because the effect is instanteous, his enemy typically does not recognize the effect on their own body, only perceiving Rider as their equal in skill and power.
Activation of this Noble Phantasm is automatic, enforcing his perception upon the opponent the moment he recognizes them as an opponent, but the effect is limited by Rider's personal chivalric code. For example, because he is unable to regard a fleeing opponent as his enemy, disengaging from battle cancels the effect. Furthermore, he believes that relying on others to help him fight his battles is dishonorable, so invocation of this Noble Phantasm is negated if Rider receives any outside assistance whatsoever. Because the power is triggered by recognition, Rider must be aware of his opponent in order for this Noble Phantasm to apply, rendering him particularly vulnerable to sneak attacks and deception.
Rocinante - The Greatest Yesterday Comes Tomorrow
Although a normal animal in life, having recognized Rocinante as the steed of a great knight-errant and the equal to him in merit, Rider is able to harness his delusions to create a history of prestige and mystery for Rocinante with no factual basis purely on the strength of his own belief. Although normally no more powerful than an ordinary horse, Rocinante is able to utilize the power drained from opponents by Dulcinea in order to significantly bolster its own attributes temporarily. With sufficient power drained from the opponent to accumulate into false history, Rocinante can become equivalent to a legendary beast in status and ability, transforming into a spectral horse engulfed in overwhelmingly powerful magical energy.
Saber has appeared in so many different forms in spin-offs over the past 10 years, she's become a sort of poster girl for TYPE-MOON. From your point of view, Urobuchi, how do you view Saber?
Uro: Honestly, Saber doesn't look much like a heroine to me. I can still see traces of the male version of Saber that appeared in the early version of Fate (*7). Because of that mental image, Saber's relationship with Shirou doesn't seem like a realistic relationship between a male and a female, but a complicated relationship with a boy who became a girl.
Nasu: Typical Urobuchi... I really can't pull the wool over your eyes... I intended to take that to the grave with me, but I guess this 10-year anniversary is a good place to talk about it. Just like Urobuchi-san said, it's difficult to call the relationship between Shirou and Saber a relationship between a man and a woman. Saber has fought for a long time as the ruler of Britain, but then turned into a girl all of a sudden and fell in love with Shirou. It's pretty ridiculous when you think about it. But I really wanted to push it towards that sort of boy-meets-girl story. So as a last resort, I had Shirou continually say things to her like "But you're a girl," and "Girls aren't supposed to fight," in order to remind the users that "she is really a girl." It's like the author's actually the one trying to convince Saber that she's a girl... I feel like I could have written it a lot better now, but that was the best I could do at the time.
Uro: It isn't a relationship fueled by instinct like the relationship between a man and a woman, but a romance of logic between two people who need each other from the heart. I think the Saber route could have been told as a story through the ancient Greek views on love. That's what makes Saber's story so refreshing, and why she's become such a popular character. On the other hand, I think the true heroine of Fate/stay night is Rin. In the Rin route, an equal relationship with a woman who's become stronger than men is depicted. Rin and Shirou mend each other's weaknesses with their own unique strengths, and I think it makes for a very nice relationship.
Nasu: It's true that Rin is different from Saber. Rin is written as a completely different gender. She also has a sort of pride in the fact that she's a beautiful girl. With a girl like that by his side, even an unsociable person like Shirou loses his presence of mind.
Uro: There's yet another different type of love depicted in the Sakura route. It really expresses the dark sides that all women have, but how men can accept that and love women regardless. Something akin to the "dignity of men" comes across.
Nasu: "Romance" is something where a couple blindly pursue each other's ideals. "Love," on the other hand, is something where two people accept each other, including the painful reality that comes with it. There are no ideals to be found there. It's just about coming to terms with reality. They don't even have time to dream... but you can't just keep pushing harsh realities over the hopes and dreams of young people. Let's talk about something more fun!
Fate/stay night is written from Shirou's point of view, but Fate/Zero is drawn from many different points of view.
Uro: True. Fate/stay night was originally conceptualized as a bishojo game, so the very individual theme of "romance" was placed at the core. It had to be written from Shirou's point of view. So then I thought, I have this really powerful core idea of all these Eiyuu (heroic spirits) engaged in a Battle Royale, so why not draw their story from multiple point of views? That's why I tried to work more main characters into Fate/Zero other than simply Kiritsugu and Kirei.
Nasu: I had no other choice but to make Fate/stay night the way I did for that bishojo game format. That was one of the reasons why I once said to Urobuchi, "I don't think I can make bishojo games anymore." The more you pour both what the author wants to draw and romance elements that will excite the users into a work, the more distant they get from each other... that was my dilemma. Trying to force them together would only warp the work. Then, at the same time, Urobuchi-san decided to stop focusing on bishojo games and distance himself from the genre. He created an exciting, self-indulgent Macaraoni-esque revenge opera called Zoku Satsuriku no Django, (*10) and I was just like... waaaah!
And then, shirou gives Saber back the sheathe.