"Unlike Fate/Zero, where all the main characters are adults, this one has lots of cute heroines!" - Gen Urobuchi
I wasnt old Gen back.
Nothing can replace that old stuff,
Well the preview images had quality like pic related
>Uro: And it's exactly because of the circumstances of the age we're in now that I want more young people to experience Fate/stay night. Unlike Fate/Zero, where all the main characters are older, this one has lots of cute heroines!
>Nasu: The main character, Shirou, though, is pretty amateur...
STAY NIGHT CONFIRMED FOR KIDS
ZERO CONFIRMED FOR MATURE PEOPLE SUCH AS MYSELF
So what exactly happens when the magus association/church finds out that somebody can use a Reality Marble? Is that an automatic death sentence?
>Below the building, there is the magi’s research area which includes studies and archives. It is only a venerable museum to normal people of course, but at the deepest part, there is a special area (prison?) called the “Bottom of the Bridge” where the Association confines many sealing designated magi deemed to be “dangerous because their talents were too outstanding.” Also, apparently the Gazamy the “Evil Spook”, treated as the number one disaster in the Association, is locked up at the bottom of the London tower.
Why is archer so perfect? Is it because he's pretty much the peak of what a real human being can accomplish?
>tfw taking steroids and other fat burners to be just like him
>tfw gonna take a deep tan
>tfw gonna dye my hair platinum
>tfw gonna take eye pigment surgery
>same date as mlp season 5
How would you know, Anon.
So even after Archer accepted Shirou, he will always remain a Guardian. Worst of it, he won't remember that he accepted his former self. That's like a living hell. He'll always be summoned into different worlds with the same hatred.
M-Maybe his original body will obtain the knowledge if he tries his best at the Throne of Heroes!
Or maybe not, because he was summoned as a Servant, not as a Counter Guardian...
I-It's fine, Tohsaka...
>Speaking of which, the information (souls) making up the Servants return to the main body at the same time as the death of the Servant, and the main body can know, as records, about the actions of the Servants as if reading a book.
It's painfully obvious for any TRUE TM FAN that fate/shit must be buried already. Fate/shit and its target audience of fate/kids are the worst tumors that happened to grow on TM virgin body that cannot create anything now, even Mahoyo was a PIECE of SHIT and BOMBED really hard.
And what is more hilarious - Type-SHIT is pretending like it never happened and preferred to completely FORGOT about their new VN by making another absolutely IDIOTIC fate/shit such as EXTRA/SHIT and APOCRYSHIT.
There is no doubt, NEO-TSUKIHIME remake will be absolutely terrible and stained by filthy hands of Takeshit and Nasushit who completely lost themselves in MILKING fate/shit for last 10 years.
Fuck you NEO-TM scum and fuck your shit taste that corrupted previously a good studio. If those idiots listened to TRUE TM FANS that MODERN SHIT would never happen.
He acted like a manchild when he died.
I mean god damn it grow a backbone
>Implying gay BARcher knows fashion
What F/Z has is an older cast on average as well as literally darker visuals.
But the characters are not mature. Not even remotely.
And this is even tied into the plots and threads of F/Z. Kiritsugu is called a (man)child repeatedly throughout the novel. It's not wrong to call him that.
Urobuchi jokingly called Kariya a chuuni. But needless to say Kariya was never behaving even remotely maturely.
Waver is genuinely the least experienced master of all the grail wars, with incredibly little knowledge of how the world outside the study actually works. Even Shirou who barely knows squat about the world of magic had more life experience and intuition than Waver.
Rider was a manly man with bravado in excess. But fuck it if he wasn't really a manchild aside from how he had strength and charisma.
Lancer is mentally scarred from having been cursed in the middle of his adolescence, and it reflects on his character. Though he gets some points for trying to avoid his past mistakes. But then he loses points in how he is so hellbent on his honourable battles as a result of his stubborn love escapades ruined his life.
Kayneth and Sola-Ui are some of the most naïve fools of the franchise, with an unusual inability to comprehend anything beyond their severely lacking expectations of things.
Irisviel is probably the most impressionable character of the franchise, and is literally not far from a child. No matter the accelerated growth, she is very naïve and impressionable and without much of any life experience to note.
I don't really know what to say about Ryuunosuke and Caster, but I would hardly call them mature.
And Saber is no more mature in F/Z than she ever was in F/SN. If anything, it's only in F/SN Saber actually matures as she has little to no character development throughout all of F/Z.
Even Kirei had trouble growing up, and it's a huge part of his character arc. Though he gets lots of maturity points for how he actually tried and took the effort to actually analyse both his environment and his own faults on multiple levels even though his efforts never amounted to much.
Fate/Zero is indeed darker in tone. And the characters are older. But no matter the trolls, the way people have been calling the cast so mature is just amusing if anything.
Tokiomi being a fool or not, he and Risei are honestly about the only mature characters in all of F/Z. The latter not being featured much. All of this disregarding Gilgamesh of course. It's not as if he can't be mature or immature, it just feels odd to apply these descriptors to him as he lives by different standards.
But the notion of F/Z's characters being mature is a joke. And the novel doesn't even try to pretend that they are. It's the opposite even. It deliberately tries to show that they aren't mature but it seems like people don't like to acknowledge that part much.
Why do all the neckbeard children think 'maturity' means boring and old?
Yes, but we only get one scene in his magical classroom. We don't see him walking to school with his bag in tow, or having to stand and bow, or dealing with after-school clubs. There are no giggling cliques of snotty girls or dudes grunting at each other.
Can it really get any more lighthearted than F/Z?
The characters of F/SN are indeed kids, so it might be a lot to expect them to actually be mature. But they no doubt mature, as in becoming more mature.
In all the True Ends the characters have all matured quite a bit.
Which is really more than you say about the cast of F/Z. Not only did they mature more, they surely ended up being more mature as well.
Yeah, i love UBW because it has Rin, but Zero is way more cooler than SN in general.
Cool things about Zero that SN lacks in my opinion are world scale battle, lot more strategic battle than drama, the MC is anti hero, Loli Rin and Saber getting BTFO by her master and her old friend