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Fate/Zero: Part 2 [DVD]
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All 12 episodes from the second season of the Japanese anime based on the light novel by Gen Urobuchi. A prequel to 'Fate Stay Night', the story takes place ten years previously in Fuyuki City during the Fourth Holy Grail War. Seven Masters and their Servants compete for the all-powerful 'Holy Grail' which grants each of the winning duo any wish they desire. The episodes are: 'The Bloody Battle of Mion River', 'Golden Radiance', 'The End of Honor', 'The Eighth Contract', 'Distant Memories', 'Where Justice Is Found', 'Return of the Assassin', 'Knight On Two Wheels', 'All Evil in This World (Angra Mainyu)', 'The Sea of the Ends', 'The Last Command Seal' and 'Fate Zero'.
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This is one of the anime's ii like the most because of the realism of its characters, the strong story and the unavoidable and sometimes gruesome Fate which awaits the protagonists. Its an anime with several story lines, so you could say there are multiple protagonists.
A must for any anime fan :)
Rider suggests to use his reality marble (his noble phantasm) against the creature Caster summoned. Theres also a second battle about to happen, Archer & Berserker are having an aerial assault which the two are evenly matched however Berserker shoots his attention towards Saber what will happen? Plans are being made to take down Caster between the masters & servants and Kiritsugu suggests that Saber to use her noble phantasm on Caster implying her power can take down forts. While Caster is inside the creature he has a vision of Jeanne (shes from Fate/apocrypha & grand order, if I recall correctly) I wont comment further on this part of the story otherwise it will be spoilers... Instead I`ll comment on some of the backstory (of Kiritsugu) which is very intriguing, this should be spoiler free aswell so fret not. Episodes eighteen-nineteen shows a younger Kiritsugu, talking to a girl called Shirley who happens to be going to his house, His father is conducting research on immortality by using plants his father says to him not to go into the town because somebody went into his lab however Kiritsugu ignores this, he finds Shirley doing the unthinkable... As the events go on the island burns Kiritsugu emotionally broken he escapes with a woman called Natalia which she trains him to be a mercenary as time passes he thinks of her as a mother.
Back to the present day of the story, going to episode twenty five Kiritsugu uses his command spells to force Saber doing the unthinkable after the events that followed, the city was half destroyed he finds the sole survivor Shirō who he adopts and he later becomes the main protagonist to Fate/stay night... On a shining night Kiritsugu says to his son that he wants to become a hero but he knows he cant so instead Shirō will carry on his wish.
So thats my review I hoped you enjoyed reading this, it was an excellent ending it didnt focus on "the hero unlike Unlimted blade works" Personally I liked this far more than I did with Fate/stay night unlimited blade works pick up this second part its very thrilling to the audience... as I said before in my other reviews Watch:
fate/stay night (First route)
fate/stay night unlimited blade works (second route)
Then fate zero
And when it gets released
fate/stay night heavens feel (third route)
I have no words to describe how amazing this anime is. The story, plot, themes, philosophies, characters: all amazing! On the technical side animation, music, editing, style, voice acting: Phenomenal! This is as close to perfect anime is it can get for me. I just had to get it on Blu-Ray, and the product does not dissapoint. I can experience this with full quality, un-cut and unscencored.
I cannot recommend this enough!
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