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Rin Tohsaka (遠坂 凛, Tōsaka Rin) is one of the three main heroines of Fate/stay Rin was very supportive of Shirou's relationship with Saber in the Fate route. Willie, Reading and Responding to Poetry, 20 Reading, Poems about, 39, 64, 69, Relationships, Mathematical, Relatively Speaking, , , , Riley, James Whitcomb, 28, 34, 55, 88 Rimshots, Rin, Rin, Rin. I've watched both series and came up with the conclusion that Archer in the UBW is actually Shirou in the original Fate/stay night (the one that.
You only play as one of them per playthrough. Different Servant and Gender combination choice also changes several of their relationship between their chosen Servant.Fate UBW - Archer Rin Meets Shinji Gilgamesh
By the end of Week 5, the protagonist has become tough enough to no longer be affected by Julius's Death Glare. CCC materials reveal that the Female Protagonist likes candy and the Male Protagonist himself favors anmitsu a type of Japanese dessert.
While both genders wind up with tons of chicks after them, it seems to be the male protagonist that stands out in canon. It even carries into side materials for him. Similar to Alice and Twice, they are basically a being that can only exist in the virtual world; the difference between them and Twice and Alice is that they are a digital ghost of a still-living human in cryogenic stasis back on Earth.
Played with; Hakuno is the narrator and thus speaks to other characters without the dialogue box, and in addition, they have not been voiced in the main games to allow the players to project their voice onto them.
However, at multiple times, their Servants especially Saber mention that they have a very beautiful voice. Naturally, this is dropped in the anime. Both Saber and Rin note many times of their determined eyes when they have their goal set in mind. In CCC, BB's infatuation with the protagonist often revolves around the fact that she likes their glaring eyes, and her Secret Garden is the only one that has the "looking into each other's eyes" pose.
Shinji Matou Voiced by: His objective in the Holy Grail War is simply to win for the prestige. While he's still a dick, he's less enough of one for fans to find him somewhat tolerable. His anime counterpart turns on Hakuno and tried to kill him before the Grail War even starts, whereas his game version at least acted as though they were friends until they learned they were matched up against each other.
Even then, his game counterpart only did so under the rules, and thought the whole thing was a game.
- Rin Tohsaka
He doesn't realize the Holy Grail War is not a game until his defeat and death at the hands of the protagonist. His genius while being 8 years old is because of that. Blood from the Mouth: After Meltlilith stabs him. In real life, he's actually an eight-year-old gaming prodigy. Or rather, one he never met, since his mother used a sperm donor. Dying Moment of Awesome: Hacks the system to place a virus inside himself, and lets himself get absorbed by Meltlilith to nerf her absurdly high level.
Even Evil Has Standards: Really loves beating up weak playersbut just cannot accept Meltlilith's insane gamebreaking level and thus throws in his share of effort to take her out. Face Death with Dignity: He repeatedly references "prize money" like in any other online gaming tourney, even offering to split it if the Protagonist throws the match. With everyone else aiming for the Holy Grail, Shinji clearly has no idea what the War is actually about After he got stabbed by Meltlilith and used as a virus along with Lancer to corrupt Sakura, he has a visible change of attitude close to Heroic BSoD.
It seems he keeps watching the Grail War even after he died and plunged into the sea of imaginary number, as he notices the protagonist's cries and remembers him in the following weeks. Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: By Meltlilith in CCC.
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It's All About Me: He thinks everything is a game during Extra and doesn't realize the danger he and the others face. There's also the fact that he's really only eight years old, and children at that age are still rather self-engaged. Jerk with a Heart of Gold: According to the playable Archer, he's this. Considering that he thinks it's all a game and he's only eight years old, its very possible that he's sincere about his offer which you cannot accept before the Elimination Battle, rather than just being a condescending jerk.
If the protagonist loses said battle, however, the emphasis is put on the Jerk part. He basically says he hates you for challenging him, still thinking it's a game. This is because all of your dialogue options before it starts have either you or your Servant throwing his offer back in his face. At the start of CCC, when he faced deletion, the protagonist tries to help him. But he tries to get them away by shouting abuses, because that's just the way 'friends' are.
He tends to brag and drop info in the process about his Servant a lot. Justified, since he's an eight-year-old kid, and kids at that age tend to brag a lot. His overconfidence doesn't help, either. But let's face it, most people at eight years old do the same thing.
Spanner in the Works: Infects his body with a virus so that when Meltlilith absorbs him, it takes away her invincibility. Younger Than They Look: He's actually only eight years old, despite having the appearance of a teenager in the game.
Dan Blackmore Voiced by: His absolute adherence to chivalry puts him at extreme odds with his Servant, whose own method of fighting is incompatible with Blackmore's ideals. Having been trapped there for more than 50 years after having already lost years ago but given a second chance with the possibility that Moon Cell never recorded his Honor Before Reason behavior, he has lost much of his honor and only strives to kill Masters and Servants as quickly as possible in the hopes that doing so enough he has slain about 30 by the time Hakuno and Saber cross paths with him will fix the system and finally allow him and his Servant to ascend.
This can be seen in him attempting to snipe Hakuno the moment he enters the floor; the Dan Blackmore from the game would have been insulted at the thought of something so ruthless and unnecessary. Back from the Dead: Not Blackmore himself, but it's part of his motivation. He wants to claim the Holy Grail in order to bring back his wife.
Played straight in the anime adaptation, where he is killed but brought back to serve as the second floor boss. He himself is surprised, since he died like he did in game. He used to be one. He picks up on aspects of Saber's and Caster's identities well before you do. Go Out with a Smile: Even when he dies, he is happy because he was able to serve as a stepping stone for a bright new soul, the protagonist's, to take root.
Despite or possibly because of his background as an experienced sniper, he insists on following the rules of the War and more than once prevents his Servant from finishing you off because they did it outside the Arena.
He even gives advice to the protagonist. In Last Encore, his aiming skill at first seems absurd when he is trying to snipe Hakuno from a clocktower miles away from the castle Hakuno appeared in with nothing more than an iron-sight.
But then it turns ridiculous when it is revealed he was hiding in the castle all this time and was using the bells in the clocktower to deflect his shots to hit his targets. Wants to bring his wife back to life with the Grail. Used to be a sniper in the military. When she meets the protagonists, she's happy to finally have someone to play with.
According to Alice, her "Daddy got mad if [she] said it hurts". Besides her name and appearance, she and her Servant drop other Alice's Adventures in Wonderland references, such as to the March Hare, as well as to Jabberwockyanother work by " Professor Dodgson ". In the anime adaption, she absorbs the data from items located throughout the floor to sustain her physical form, but doing so begins to backfire when she takes in the mana of too many things, resulting in her body transforming into a disgusting Shapeshifter Mashup of the things she has drained of mana, that eventually loses any semblance of a human form.
In the anime adaption, due to her status as being already deceased, the Moon Cell couldn't kill her when she technically lost to Hakuno in their skirmish, allowing her to continue her existence.
Unfortunately, it came with a whole new page of complications when the Moon Cell's other sets of programming tried to erase her on the foundation as a "ghost", causing her to suffer an endless groundhog day tug-of-war for a millennia instead. Just like Ilyawhen she's not being a Creepy Childshe's this.
She tends to say some pretty unnerving things, and it gets more pronounced when she's around her Servant. Pulls it off with her Servant, who copies her form.
She was originally a girl who lived in England during World War IIwhen she was gravely injured during an air raid towards the end of the war. During her stay at the hospital, it was discovered that she had magic circuits and was kept alive for research purposes.
After several years, her physical body died but her mind continued to live on in the cyber world. She wears blue and white in contrast to her Servant. Caster was turned into a doll and torn apart by Meltlilith, and because Alice's connection with her Servant is like a mirror, this left Alice as helpless as the torn doll.
Only by returning the real Caster to Alice can she can finally pass on. She even comforts her Servant. Fate Worse than Death: In the anime she becomes a terrifying monster made up of items and objects that she drained the data of to sustain herself.
In this state, she cannot speak or really control her actions, lashing out in fear and pain until she went mad. She only regains her sanity when she spots Hakuno with the book he read to her in the past, just in time for Saber and Rin to kill her. A lot of her dialogue during the tail-end of the 3rd week remarks on how she and the protagonist are similar, except that the protagonist still has somewhere to go back to.
Also, look at her limbs. Those are ball-joint limbs. In the anime, look at the shadow of the monster. In the anime, because of Nursery Rhyme's Noble Phantasm, her monster form is unkillable since a decisive blow will cause time to reset to the beginning of the day.
The only reason she's defeated is because she regains her sanity at the last moment and opts not to have Nursery Rhyme activate it. She can use magic like any other Master. It also accentuates her mysteriousness. Not counting her Creepy Child tendencies, Alice has a sweet and innocent personality. She even goes to the extent of comforting her servant when she's about to fade away. Made doubly confusing by her Servant also going by the name Alice. Thankfully, the in-game text is Color-Coded for Your Convenience.
Though her physical body died a long time ago, she still lives on as a ghost in the cyber world. Yuu Kobayashi The Master of Lancer, a mentally unstable woman who constantly wears the clown mascot costume of a popular hamburger shop. She will only eat that which she loves, resulting in a bizarre eating disorder that resulted in her consuming her own parents, pet and child. He is killed by Gilgamesh in single combat and, in his dying moments, finally finds Oceanus, the place he had searched for all his life.
His first Noble Phantasm is Via Expugnatio: His second and most powerful Noble Phantasm is Ionioi Hetairoi: Satoshi Tsuruoka Japanese ; Dan Woren  English Commonly known as Bluebeard, his real name is Gilles de Rais - a mass serial killer who seems to favour killing children in particular.
Caster is a fiendish Servant who derives pleasure from first providing his victims a moment of relief before terrorizing them and then killing them. As his wish for the Grail was for her to be resurrected, Caster becomes convinced he has won the War and repeatedly tries to talk to Saber; when she subsequently tries correcting him, he believes that she has lost her memories by God's intervention, much to his rage.
He has, by far, the best relationship with his master of any servant. This restores Caster's faith in God and he decides to put on a show for Him, to show Him that He isn't the only "entertainer" who can put on a show.
His sole Noble Phantasm is Prelati's Spellbook: The strength of his Noble Phantasm helps make up for his otherwise average ability in magecraft. His madness has reduced him to a mindless, though dangerously skilled, fighter. Despite his insanity, he is still able to instinctively recognize Saber. When Saber finally learns Berserker's true identity, she is devastated that her decisions in life and her adherence to chivalry had caused her friend such suffering even after dying.
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During the battle it is revealed that his insanity stems from his overwhelming desire to be punished for his adultery with Guinevere and his own subconscious love for Saber, his sanity being eaten away as he was forced to watch the love of his life throw away her humanity for the sake of her people.
He is killed by Saber as he is about to deal her a killing blow when his Master runs out of magical energy midway, and regains his sanity in his dying moments. His death almost drives Saber into darkness, as she becomes hellbent on gaining the Grail by any means. By use of a Command Spell, it is possible to use the fog to allow Berserker to mimic another's appearance, although it is noted that had Lancelot been summoned under a different Class, he would be able to freely disguise at will.
If he grabs hold of others' Noble Phantasms, he claims them temporarily as his own and their original rank is retained, making it the perfect counter to Archer's attacks. Inspired by the film Ladyhawke [n. Fate is but a Probability Higher than Average by Sirius Canis Black reviews Kiritsugu was given the perfect artefact to summon the strongest Servant in the Caster class, but he wasn't entirely ready for who appeared in front of him.
At least he seemed dedicated to protect his daughter. M - English - Chapters: Different Feathers by Leraika reviews The sea is in her blood. She is girl and woman. Warrior and lady of state. She cannot be known by any man. Pre-film, during film, post-film.
Could be canon, except that Lancelot, Dagonet and Tristan survive. King Arthur - Rated: Are they fated to remain adversaries forever or can the ethereal magic of midnight break down their icy defenses?
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Vampire Diaries - Rated: With this Servant by his side, Shirou's in for a Grail War unlike any other. Done as a response to The Infamous Man's challenge. Loopholes by mscyanide reviews The vampire diaries following on from the season four final. The story doesn't follow all the events in The Originals.
Mostly focusing on Klaus and Caroline. AU but as much to canon as it can be. And then she tried to slap him. His passion for the end of the benders did not sway, but the desire to have his old life was fueled. However, it was not just his old life in general he wanted. No, that would not be enough. He wanted the very thing that had made this change. There, he finds nothing but suffering until he rejoins the Wizarding World.
Dumbledore may hope for Harry to be a kind soul, but he's made mistakes. And what he gets is a future Death Eater.