M-Master! Why are you making me dress like this?!
Overall it is retard.
F/SN is a fucking masterpiece that goes indpeth to different ways of thinking. The game stays with you even after turning it off
but to keep the publishers happy they added a tad of fan service here and there and so what not like it full-blown sex
honestly I hate this meme
>this is deep and philosophical according to Classicalfags
Samefaggot and his shitty bait thread
Just report and hide.
Wherever I go, I must also rape
Cause I'm stuck with you instead of Rin
You have a problem with Maids, son?
Her one moment in HA was a hysterical scene-stealing achievement, though.
Her alternate-universe version sounded interesting too. Infiltrating a casino ship with Shero in order to assassinate the Dead Apostle who runs it? Yes please.
>Her one moment in HA was a hysterical scene-stealing achievement
I didn't even remember her until I started watching Prisma.
She also appeared in HF and that moment flew straight over my head.
Luvia's in two scenes, I believe.
One that shows what Rin at the Clock Tower was like (before UBW addressed it), and another was a brief appearance during the Zelretch box scene, which is arguably the most influential scene in HA.
It is though. That one scene led to the creation of Prisma, which is a manga that's been running for almost 10 years, and an anime going on its fourth season.
>I acknowledge that it greatly influenced the direction of the series for the last ten years
>But it's not influential
It's not memorable, acclaimed by the fanbase or critics, it had zero impact when it was released and it doesn't have anything to do with Illya to begin with.
The scene isn't even the one responsible for the spinoff. The characters were all introduced in the VN, and the plot is original. They only grabbed the Kaleidostick and Rin's outfit from that scene.
By your own logic Illya is the most influential character of the whole Nasuverse, since she's the only one that got her own spinoff manga and anime.
You clearly don't know the definition of "influential". This will be your last (you).
>pretty good magus
>summon Saber for the fifth holy grail war
>she's super hot
>use my first command spell to make have sex with me
>"What is the meaning of this master??"
>use my second command spell to make her only able to moan sex noises
>finish up the sex, it was great
>Saber is about to kill me out of rage
>use my final command spell to make her disappear
>go the church at get Kotomine's protection
>jerk off to the video recording I took for the rest of the war
can't wait for the next holy grail war
Jesus dude, you seem pretty antsy. What's your problem?
>It's not memorable, acclaimed by the fanbase or critics
I think it's pretty memorable. It's literally one of the longest scene in HA, and by what metric do you consider stuff "acclaimed"?
At the end of the day, that one scene introduced the entire magical girl concept to the Fate franchise, which led to a magical girl spin off, that has been running for years.
I mean seriously, what single scene did as much?
>It's not memorable, acclaimed by the fanbase or critics, it had zero impact when it was released and it doesn't have anything to do with Illya to begin with.
None of that is relevant to whether something is influential though? Something can be shitty, unpopular and have zero impact when released and still be influential (for instance, terrible grindhouse movies influencing a great filmmaker).
Is English your first language? That might explain it.
>The scene isn't even the one responsible for the spinoff. The characters were all introduced in the VN, and the plot is original.
But that's wrong...?
It seems like if you were a pretty good magus in the Fateverse, you'd already have all the sex on tap you could possibly want. Mind control/brainwashing of non-magi seems pretty trivial.
>not winning her heart and having mana transfers daily