F/SN twitter just tweeted out some more news about the Fate project at Anime Japan this week.
Shitaya Noriko will be there also so this means that it will be hosted by Sakura's, Shirou's, and Saber's Seiyuu.
HF is already confirmed to be there unless this is supposed to confirmed more than 1 movie.
What else could it possibly be?
We are living in the age of Sakura
Oh shit nigger, even though HF was already confirmed to be there, it's great that we'll have her VA again.
I wonder if we can get a livestream like with UBW and HF's initial announcements?
Seiyuu's give birth and go back to work all the time so it is not that bad. Also Sakura is the main character she voices so it is not that bad even though she will be busy with everything that is about to go on including her having to do lines for F/GO soon.
I mean, if you like Miura's work even in the slightest you should go ahead and end yourself too. Not only are you cancer to the community, you are more than likely a retard who can't discern between valid artistic statements and disposable, uninspired crap.
The marketing for HF will be insane as this will the closing part of the main F/SN Franchise for Ufotable at least as they don't need to do Fate and Zero, UBW, and HF all tie together nicely. They probably will do HA sometime in the future.
Why? He was terrible. UBW at least tried to convey the character development from the VN properly, and Zero was fucked up in several parts esp. regarding Kirei even though they had linear plot to work with.
No, they are not. They're worse, which is certainly to be expected from the 3rd anime of this work and the 2nd of this same story, with way less mass appeal than Fate/Zero. The fact that both seasons are in the top 20 best selling TV anime of all time at their price makes it far from "shit".
>tfw no FMP
I wonder if the reason Fate/Zero sold so well was because the show aired just a few months after Madoka Magica finished airing, and as a result, Gen Urobuchi was insanely popular. Since people found out/knew that Fate/Zero was written by him, and seeing how good of a job he did with Madoka, well, the sales being phenomenal was to be expected.
Miura is literally, objectively, the most patrician director of our time.
Where are you getting that? They made a joke that HA would be guaranteed if 100k was hit, but that was it.
UBW was the third time the basic premise of FSN was adapted, while F/Z was its first.
UBW did though. Unless you're the fucking Cooking Priest guy who literally ignores what happened in the show and complains that the entirety of every event wasn't narrated and explained explicitly.
Did it get everything? No of course not, but it covered all the core elements and themes, and even expanded the story in some areas.
And she just stole Shirou bone of his sword.
>Watch Kara no Kyoukai 1.
>hurrr skyscrapers are like, far out, man... what's the difference between looking down one, jumping down one and flying...
>I KILL PEOPLE BECAUSE I'M A VENGEFUL GHOST EXCEPT NOT, I'M JUST SOME HOSPITALIZED BITCH
>you cut off my arm and I got a prosthetic replacement, that means I can do ghost arm bullshit!
>please buy Häägen-Dazs
Yes it tried to convey the character development by removing all important monologues that make the MC more than a generic shonen protagonist, changing the dynamic between the main couple to make him look even more stupid, having no inner conflict for Rin apparent as a consequence of this, and cutting Caster's only real characterization in the route. Truly they tried.
They also covered the core themes so well that Nasu had to clarify on what the penultimate scene was supposed to look like because the director fucked it up so badly. But it's okay, we have a 20 minute fanservice epilogue where Luvia and Rin wrestle.
>implying it didn't have a haunting tone, interesting themes of deliberate unquantifiablity and just amazing backgrounds in general
>implying any Fateshit adaptation compares
It was more of a summary of how you didn't understand it.
>Them thinking cryptic out of order nonsense was a good introduction is another good reason.
This series title literally means "boundary of emptiness". By establishing a boundary of what is empty, you're establishing what constitutes emptiness. Consequently, you're also establishing what has value. The series thematically deals with that and it's why it's released out of chronological order.
The KnK5 guy? Fuck yes, but that's never going to happen.
Okay, you are literally that guy. Put your trip on.
People have explained to you, countless times, where you're wrong/ All of Shirou's essential monologues are in, You never once produce a clear example of what additional monologues you're talking about are needed.
I don't even know where to start about the Shirou and Rin stuff, since it's completely baseless. Though Nasu did talk about how the anime made Rin "sweeter".
>cutting Caster's only real characterization in the route
You keep on harping on about this, but it amounts to less than 500 words. It's not even a single scene, and no one fucking talks about it besides you. It's pure grasping at straws.
Could the final scene have been a tad more clearer? Sure, but you also have to note that what Rin said in the conversation just prior expounds on the intent of that final scene. Hamming it in too hard would have been redundant.
Talking with you is practically pointless though. You've had a vendetta against this show for what amounts to years at this point. I remember when you first started spouting false rumors on MAL about the second season that eventually spread to here and Beast's Lair.
You are cancerous to the discussion of this franchise.
Oh, I know, Hirao is one of my favorite directors. By "KnK5 guy" I meant he animated and storyboarded parts of KnK5, like this scene for example: https://sakuga.yshi.org/post/show/4347/animated-effects-fabric-fighting-kara_no_kyoukai-l
>Was kinda sad thinking she was going to be left out of the Prisma-universe.
>Tfw all dis plot importance with cooler-universe-Emiya.
I love all main heroines. Saber just has too much representation so any more should be
No. That's completely ridiculous. Ufotable worked hand in hand with Nasu to create the adaptation. DEEN rushed out a 90 minute product, while Ufotable created the equivalent of 30 episodes with new material created by the original author.
The amount of love put in compared to your standard cash grab is ludicrous. I don't you would get anything better from anyone else.
>i-it's not pretentious shit because [pretentious shit]
>Saber just has too much representation so any more should be bullying.
Maybe it's just me but I always found Rin appeared more often than Saber, sure there's a ton of Saber clones but that's not Saber herself.
>You never once produce a clear example of what additional monologues you're talking about are needed.
The scene where he escapes from Lancer through calculated steps which is important to his characterization as something like a machine? The scene where he talks about Tohsaka's personality which is needed for her character arc? The monologue when Archer saves him from Caster that shows the reason he doesn't want Archer to help him?
>I don't even know where to start about the Shirou and Rin stuff, since it's completely baseless. Though Nasu did talk about how the anime made Rin "sweeter".
Reread the scene where Shirou discusses plans to interrogate Issei with Rin, then watch the anime version. All of the scenes at school where he intentionally trolls her that were lost in the anime version due to cut monologues.
>You keep on harping on about this, but it amounts to less than 500 words. It's not even a single scene, and no one fucking talks about it besides you. It's pure grasping at straws.
That just proves you didn't understand the original route. Now I see why you like the mediocre cashgrab Aniplex adaptation, Miura apologist.
>Could the final scene have been a tad more clearer? Sure
This reads like damage control. It's a poorly, vaguely directed scene that bastardizes the epilogue from the VN.
>The scene where he escapes from Lancer through calculated steps which is important to his characterization as something like a machine? The scene where he talks about Tohsaka's personality which is needed for her character arc? The monologue when Archer saves him from Caster that shows the reason he doesn't want Archer to help him?
Oh my goodness, you actually listed some scenes. I'm honestly a little impressed, and in fact, agree with that some of those scenes would have been nice.
I don't really agree about the one with Lancer, as I find it to be ultimately inconsequential, and the theme of being a machine is addressed further on in the series, and even to a degree of more clarity with the anime. The entire inner mind sequence in episode 20 is very precise on it.
Would have liked the other two scenes though, but I don't ultimately feel like their exclusion is damning, especially considering some things will certainly be cut in a text to screen adaptation.
>Reread the scene where Shirou discusses plans to interrogate Issei with Rin...
Nasu specifically wanted Shirou to come off more serious in the anime, including asking that he doesn't smile. The "snark" was altered, but at the original creator's intent. He wanted him to come off more machine-like.
>That just proves you didn't understand the original route. Now I see why you like the mediocre cashgrab Aniplex adaptation, Miura apologist.
Non-answer. You have literally been going on and on about this for months, and it comes down to a short partial scene about Caster's background. They even covered chunks of that same scene, but it was just a few lines of dialog that hardly anyone but you spoke about.
>This reads like damage control. It's a poorly, vaguely directed scene that bastardizes the epilogue from the VN.
Don't know how it could bastardize something that was never in the VN in the first place. I've seen Nasu's original script for the episode. It was overtly long.
Nasu's original script for 25 simply wouldn't have fit a regular 24 minute anime. They did have to do some trimming.
>Oh my goodness, you actually listed some scenes.
Like many times before, check the archive. Or fix your memory: https://desustorage.org/a/thread/134415689/#134450228
Ignoring the rest of your post which just says "Yeah, they fucked up crucial characterization and other things but that's okay"
Thank you, yes, please continue to avoid addressing points that disagree with you.
To you, the specifications of what Shirou had for dinner are crucial plot points.
You harp on about the machine-like nature of Shirou, but when Ufotable visually showcases this by never making smile (until near the end, or with his interactions with Rin- visual character development), you just avoid the point.
You look at the DEEN adaptations, and Shirou smiles, and laughs, and acts completely human. But he's supposed to be a machine? How does that add up?
Why are we ruining a thread with UBW stuff when we could be talking about how lovely Sakura is?
I mean it all comes down to the fact that something is a text-based form of storytelling, and another is a visual. UBW was very heavy on using its visuals, as a stated intent.
You though seem to have an issue with the fact that unless it's narrated or spoken outright, it's somehow not there.
>Thank you, yes, please continue to avoid addressing points that disagree with you.
No points were made, you simply said "crucial characterization was cut but that's fine because it was at the discretion of the original author who obviously can do no wrong". Hint: Shirou wasn't dumbed down to make him more "machine like", he was dumbed down to broaden the appeal of the material so shounen fans and otaku can find enjoyment in it. This is the same reason there are shots like this one of Rin's ass pointlessly scattered throughout episodes.
>To you, the specifications of what Shirou had for dinner are crucial plot points.
The specifications of his mindset and ideal, his entire snarky and calculative personality, his skillset, none of these were conveyed in adaptation.
>You harp on about the machine-like nature of Shirou, but when Ufotable visually showcases this by never making smile (until near the end, or with his interactions with Rin- visual character development), you just avoid the point.
Sociopathy does not mean you lose all of your emotions. It just means that you have a limited range of emotions. DEEN was a better adaptation even if it was bad.
Well for one, there isn't an animated adaptation of the interview with Miura.
There is a 26 episode adaptation of UBW though, with a lot of animation. 30 episodes of animation, due to all the extra scenes and double episodes, and they do utilize them. Remember the "boetry" posts about the show?
KnK5 is a visual adaptation by a director who knows what they're doing.
UfoUBW is a frantic gottagofast adaptation where we jump from people dying brutally to comedy sketches in matters of seconds, none of characters have any sort of personality, none of events hold any emotional value, we have no sense of the world the characters live in and suddenly explosions and surfboarding.
Most of the "poetry" moments are from episode 20 which is agreed to be the only decent one as it wasn't storyboarded by Miura but Takashi Suhara instead. In the context of the anime as a standalone though, it falls flat, because we have no reason to care about Shirou or his ideal that hasn't been established properly.
>Hint: Shirou wasn't dumbed down to make him more "machine like", he was dumbed down to broaden the appeal of the material so shounen fans and otaku can find enjoyment in it
I provide interviews and sources of information, and you come up with mindless conjecture that has no proof, and is just your little conspiracy theory. Never once did they say Shirou was changed to appeal to a broader audience.
>This is the same reason there are shots like this one of Rin's ass pointlessly scattered throughout episodes.
You know that this is based off of an eroge, right? And it adds visual interest to a scene that was just people talking. It wasn't just her having an ass shot. It was her freaking out.
>The specifications of his mindset and ideal
Handled thoroughly throughout the show. You're going to say I'm wrong though, just cause.
>Sociopathy does not mean you lose all of your emotions. It just means that you have a limited range of emotions. DEEN was a better adaptation even if it was bad.
Excuse me, Shirou is not a textbook sociopath, and never has been defined as that. Second, you are ludicrous if you think the UBW adaptation by DEEN is anywhere close to Ufotable's. DEEN was just a fight scene montage, and a mediocre one that that.
First of all I do do that, but where exactly could I pinpoint in the show that Nasu specifically intended for Shirou's personality to come off more rigid? Or that they specifically intended to tell the story heavily with visual? I can post those, but I have a specific quote showing that that was what they wanted.
>UfoUBW is a frantic gottagofast adaptation where we jump from people dying brutally to comedy sketches in matters of seconds
You mean the Lancer scene in episode 16? Yeah you know that's in the VN, right? The anime actually had the courtesy to move the scene to another location, and include a bit of a time skip, rather than have it literally happen feet away from Ilya course, which is how it happens in the game.
"Gottagofast" pacing. I love that though. What is this, we talking about the movie now?
The entire show was littered with moments that referenced past scenes, or scenes from different Type Moon things. 20 was by far the greatest, but you had them constantly throughout.
Visually showing off Shirou slowly gaining Archer's skills.
Shirou has a hell of a ptsd face.
You know going from comedy to a serious scene is not uncommon, right? You lower the tension, and then you get shocked when the "oh shit" moment hits.
anyone knows the source of this pic ?
It's seen from Hollow Ataraxia, but this scene doesn't show in the UFO OPS
> In the context of the anime as a standalone though, it falls flat, because we have no reason to care about Shirou or his ideal that hasn't been established properly.
Also, I want to address that.
Where was it ever stated that UBW was a stand-alone series?
UBW is an adaptation of the second route of Fate/stay night. Where in that, could you ever argue that it was meant to be watched without any prior references to the previous programs?
The 2006 series exists. Zero exists. You don't start with this.
You don't start with Empire Strikes Back, you don't start with The Two Towers, you don't start with Back to the Future Part II.
That doesn't mean their stories are of any less worth, it just means they continue from where the previous parts left off.
I also completely disagree that Shirou's ideal wasn't established. I don't even know where to begin with that. It was there the entire fucking show.
So you can't self-insert as him?
You shouldn't. Shirou is his own person, and that's what makes him interesting. You yourself may find that you wouldn't want to spend your life in desert hellholes putting your life on the line to help others, but Shirou accepts that burden, and it's not wrong.
HF isn't the only answer. It's just one of several.
The entire game is structured around you learning Shirou's character. The choice in FSN aren't you picking what you want to happen. It's you using the information about Shirou's character to do what he would do in that situation.
You don't, and you get a bad end.
UBW Shirou is literally the most patrician character Nasu has ever written, bar none.
People just don't understand him, and what's amazing is that that's written into his character.
" Not even once being understood."
Literally fucking bravo.
>Struggles with the desire to be a hero and help others in the face of crushing reality and the knowledge that he'll never be able to bear such a harsh weight
>Triumphs and continues his belief knowing that the process of attempting to do good regardless is what matters, while also accepting the potential sins of it all
The game punishes you for not playing into Shirou's mindset.
If the game had you being the MC, you could do as you wanted. Paths wouldn't dead end constantly if you made decisions, but they do, and they dead end when you pick something that Shirou wouldn't in his current state of being.
Pic related is a fine example, where you know that Shirou wouldn't choose anything else.
Theres something much more subtle though, and that's the entire lack of choice during the Archer fight.
I think there's even a bit where the screen turns, and it looks like it's about to present a choice to the player, but it never does, and why? Cause there is no other choice in the world for Shirou there.
Why do you think half of every TM thread boils down to people just posting waifus?
Cause you know right under that veneer of cute anime girls are people ready to go at it for hours arguing over the same shit again and again and never ending up happy no matter what the outcome.
HF is gonna be a minefield. We're mixing fucking Sakura in with an anime adaptation. Fucking Christ.
On the bright side, it's a movie or a series of movies, rather than a weekly anime series. It's mostly going to be concentrated in the days (maybe weeks) following the premiere, the first major camrip, and the BD release.
>whole character arc (muh suffering)
That can be used to dismiss literally every character's story arc except for Kirei's (and even then you can twist the meaning to be true) and Waver's (and that's debatable).
Is there a problem with that? She is.
F/Z was like 350 bucks per box preordered, but UBW was 420 something. UBW was better, but that pricing is just fucking bullshit.
Not that western sales mean shit here.
The biggest thing factoring into UBW's sales is that literally just five years prior, there was a movie adaptation of the same story.
A few years before that, an adaptation of an alternate retelling.
I mean there are some scenes that have literally been animated three times. I loved UBW, but fuck, dude, I never would assume that it could top Zero, since that was completely fresh.
Will the appearance of Saber Alter simply accelerate Saber's massive popularity?
I want to sample on Sakura if you know what I mean
No Sakura is always high temperature.
It gave her too much sexual pleasure.
Yep, it seems like Aniplex/TM will stream it.
Can't wait for pic related. Jesus christ.
CCC Sakura is great and all, but fuck you, Sakura is adorable.
pls don't bully best Zero
>being that delusional
kek, Archer is far more interesting and is actually correct about UBW Shirou being a fucking retard.
There is a good reason why he decided to help around and lend Shirou a
handin HF (^:
>kek, Archer is far more interesting and is actually correct about UBW Shirou being a fucking retard.
No. That's wrong. His entire arc is focused around him accepting his life, and realizing his choices weren't as bad as he realized.
"It's not a mistake", and for him, it "wasn't" a mistake.
HF Shirou is my favourite character in all media. After all the shit he went through, he still keeps going, just to be save a person who was impossible to save. Nobody believed he could do it, but he still tries, just for the sake of seeing her smile.
Love that female version of Berserker's armor. Same goes with Angelica with Gilgamesh's. Looks nice.
You just described literally every shounen MC ever.
Would have probably appreciated his efforts more if I had a real reason to care about Sakura in the story, other than the fact that she was the designated love interest for the route.
Agreed. Out of all the things in Heaven's Feel, Sakura was the one thing that bogged it down the most for me. I could've enjoyed it way more had it been about saving Illya.
Why do people shit so much on Fate but not as much on Heaven's Feel when HF had even worse pacing with Rin's exposition being replaced by Illya's and 3/4th of the route being a slog before it actually turned interesting?
I like Fate, but part of its problem stems from the fact that it's the 'introductory" route.
I swear, like, half the servants either die off screen, or get taken out too quickly, all so they can be made more interesting in the proceeding routes.
Fate once you eliminate all the introduction that has to be in it is good. It just spends so much time setting everything up. I believe that if they ever do a Fate anime it will surpass the VN as they can skip all the unnecessary moments and expand on more relationship building between Shirou and Saber.
Nasu understand that it needs to be redone as it was valid as the first part of the story when no one knew about Fate. Now it has be reworked for a audience that knows a lot about the franchise.
It's the Spiral Ladder scene where Karen is leading Avenger up the stairs in the sky to end the loops where they meet Bazett. It's during the part where Shirou/Rin/Sakura/Ilya and the Servants are fighting the sea of Avenger corpses engulfing the town.
It's an awesome scene I wish we could see ufo deliver in its entirety. Does anyone have the awesome gif/webm of Sakura strutting like a boss in that H/A OP?
Sakura really is olev.
>there was a movie adaptation of the same story.
That took away my initial excitement, but the show actually did manage to feel fresh with its presentation. All those added scenes and altered perspectives weren't for nothing. And the high budget showed in the animation quality, which was one of the major weak points of Zero.
Zero as a story completely blows UBW away, but as an animated series, the latter was superior in every regard.
The HF manga really showed nicely the casual genki spirit she has with Shirou and Taiga. The movie should also show more of the kuudere Sakura warming up to Shirou.
She is 15, the youngest of the cast next to Caren, who is 14.
Now pic related is 18, and even bustier, she isn't done growing yet.
Takeuchi finally decided to show actual curves and show the "long lustrous hair" Nasu described her with.
Imagine if you were Shirou, and half a year prior, she was short and flatter than Sabet, then currently vavavavoom she has that banging body, calling her a little sister seems wrong now. Your senpai rep might be in trouble too.
Still no alternate universe where this happens. The prisma Iiya author fucked up.
Is that art even by Takeuchi? In the case it isn't it doesn't amount to more than fanart. She was depicted with a certain bust size in the VN, in all the anime adaptations she's been depicted with the same size as the VN. Stop being delusional, she sure as hell doesn't have giganticus tits at that age in either the VN or the anime adaptations (read: the canon art of her)
The UBW anime shows a noticeable amount of bust that neither the DEEN anime or the UBW movie showed. And yes that was Takeuchi.
Hell, the DEEN anime showed she had a figure only when they put her in that godawful bondage outfit.
Sakura is a noticeable 15 year old.
There are psuedo-servants that are using people's bodies for their summon.
Waver is already in it and is being used by Zhuge Liang
It was confirmed that Sakura is going to be used by Parvati and Rin by Ishtar
This is different. Those characters are popular. Popular = $$$.
They will write anything for money. Plot doesn't matter. It's like "plot" in fighting games where more characters = better. I will never understand why people considered MBAACC as canon
Parvati? The mother goddess that has two sides? That has some ironic connotations doesn't it. So TM is literally going to give us a milf Sakura. Good, very good.
And Rin as Ishtar will be interesting if they use that one freaky Ishtar from those sketches of the Epic of Gilgamesh as a baseline. The meme of Rin Scissorhands could begin.
If they're going to give Rin scissorhands, who is to say they wont give Sakura 4 arms? It's obviously going to be like Waver's case, where they just look like the character with no actual change.
Nah as far as you probably mean it.
Avenger lacks a self entirely, so he needs to filter through people in order to exist. He does this every time he's appeared in the series to date, like F/SN. Although Ataraxia is his most pure appearance so far. He can only exist at the moment through the sins and evils of humanity in part, through a host or concept of a host. Shirou wasn't physically there, but Avenger still had to use his data in order to have a self. For all accounts and reasons that had to perfectly be Shirou, except when he was talking to either Karen or Bazett since he had no data on how Shirou reacts to them.
He's zero after all, zero will add itself to one without changing the actual equation, but zero is now present.
He threw away everything for a girl that didn't deserve it, He's not a badass, he's an accessory to murder and so is Rin. A real hero would lock Shirou and Rin up for life and execute Sakura in that route.
Now if only he could be badass for a character that deserved it, like Illya.
So your saying a real hero would not only not only not solve the issue(because killing Sakura doesn't stop the core problem of the system being fucked for decades), but kill off a girl who was used and abused as a science experiment and murder her family and friends for wanting to help? Including the guy who risked his life not just for a family member, but for the town itself?
Shirou didn't forget Sakura's mistakes, but he also, unlike you, saw that it was neither all her fault, nor was she a willing participant in this. That was what his final talk with her was about, and why she ended up restoring the town afterwards.
They played a prank and pretended to be all super catty with each other, casually slinging insults and putting their rape faces on. Shirou thought they would fight right then and Rider was hiding behind Ilya shaking.
Then they did a "gotcha" and explained it was a ruse they planned when Rin came back. Truly the devilish Tohsaka Sisters.
People that bitch about this never realize that the options were either "Renounce your ideals and stop being a hero" or "Renounce your ideals and stop being a hero, except in a different way".
Either way he broke, but he chose to break in the way that made him human again by picking love rather than ideals even though it was probably impossible.
I can easily see the option where he "sticks to his ideals of saving everyone, by killing everyone" to have ended a thousand times worse, and ironically turning out the exact same as Kiritsugu turned out with the town on fire, except he can't even save one orphan this time since no Avalon.
Humanity and the planet are brought to its limits, so even things not normally summonable have to allow themselves to be summoned somehow in this story.
Oh yeah, even the side events don't take themselves too seriously in the game as they just have a bit of fun.
Current event is about MC being stuck in a world between dreams and reality with the Count of Monte Cristo, as he must explore the seven deadly sins. Except the sins keep fucking up, either by not acting out their role properly or by just being Gilles over and over.
Nasu is always fun with his bullshit. Count of Monte Cristo being a chuuni is fun as well.
I think the rod is from HA, I don't recall it being mentioned in HF. The gem sword is from HF though, that's what she used against Sakura's shadow golem things which are super cute when small by the way.
It was the meaning of the route
The fight itself isn't the draw here, rather its the ideals being thrown down. Similar to the Archer vs Shirou fight where it was more about the ideals and determination rather than strictly just the action. If you just want a fight scene that's only about the action, go with Gil and Shirou instead, which is shit because it doesn't have something like this going for it.
Kotomine and Shirou have had so many conversations in the route up to that point leading up to it, showing their ideals, their resolution, that it means so damn much when this is the only way it could have turned out.
Two men who have lived this way their entire lives, neither knows how to turn back, they only know how to ram their fists into each other and keep moving forward.
Shirou says it fairly accurately; its not that Kotomine sought compensation for his actions, rather this was the only way he knew how to live. Even if he died in the next second, this was what his life meant. Shirou was able to just barely get ahead in the end due to a few seconds extra time, and because he was no longer empty in the same way, as he suddenly felt a flash and started remembering how he changed recently, he's no longer the same as Kotomine.
Both of them had a point going into the fight, but they could not compromise on each others views, so they had to fight to the death. A simple brawl with no magic and nothing special since they were too dead for anything else, just their fists. Two dying men giving it their all with their last breaths. No matter the outcome they would never live to see it, but this was the accumulation of their entire lives in one moment.
Shit forgot to post a picture
I can't imagine Kirei being intimate with any woman, he looks to stoic all the time expect when he's enjoying the suffering of others.
Its part of the reason he gets along with his wife so much
Sex with her is just her is probably a lot of twitching, convulsing, and bleeding typically since she's so sickly.
She's a saint so she despairs often about not being able to help him more, and she's often in pain due to her illness. He loves every part of it, she's always suffering.
However he can't help hating himself for it as well, since this is wrong, he shouldn't be enjoying this part.
Kirei is a bastard. I'd fuck his daughter senseless to get back at him.
>The secretion of sexual fluids remains at a nominal rate
We have an expert at sex here.
there's only two pictures, it's not like there's a third and fourth side to a daki
ps taiga a cute
>go with Gil and Shirou instead, which is shit because it doesn't have something like this going for it.
Archer vs Shirou is defining and most important fight in UBW, but Shirou vs Gil serves as the capping off of all the ideas presented before it.
The biggest theme in UBW is "imitation", and whether or not imitating others is wrong. Gil is the original hero, with all the original weapons, with a desire that is completely on the opposite spectrum from Shirou.
Shirou on the other hand is the imitation hero who makes imitation weapons, and now is being forced to put his money where his mouth is, and prove he has what it takes.
The Archer fight is Shirou showing that he has the will to keep believing in his ideal. The Gil displays that he can follow through.
In the end, he beats the bad guy, saves the city, and commits his first act that truly saves lives.
There could be more of these, don't sexualize the Tohsakas.
Also, Taiga is only cute when she's young.
Its called Fate/Apocrypha
Zouken was killed by Nazis, so Tokiomi gave her away to Edelfelts instead.
Now Kung Fu Rin is being challenged to a wrestling match from a mysterious ojou-sama wrestling tag-team that came back into town to fuck up some Tohsaka according to a small Apoc data book entry.
Although it seems that things generally worked out better for a lot of Fuyuki people in that world-line since the grail was taken away. Tohsakas seem to still be alive, Kariya is probably still alive, Shirou still has a family, etc.
When you reach perfection, you don't need to create anything new.
why not? can't handle the gar?
I want to
I feel ya, man.
Taiga is such a perfect woman.
Alright that was it. I skipped over a few because they weren't worth posting.
I'll end the dump with a
SaberXArcher is the OTP