History Anime / CarnivalPhantasm

16th Feb '18 10:55:45 AM GunarmDyne
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* GamerChick: Ilya is portrayed as one in Episode 5. Not only does she own an expansive collection of games and consoles, she also has four screens lined up around each other. Then the batteries for her wireless controller dies, prompting her to send Berserker to buy more.

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* GamerChick: Ilya is portrayed as one in Episode 5. Not only does she own an expansive collection of games and consoles, she also has four screens lined up around each other. Then the batteries for her wireless controller dies, die, prompting her to send Berserker to buy more.
12th Feb '18 9:38:00 AM urutapu
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* GamerChick: Ilya is portrayed as one in Episode 5. Not only does she own an avid collection of games and consoles, she also has four screens lined up around each other. Then the batteries for her wireless controller dies, prompting her to send Berserker to buy more.

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* GamerChick: Ilya is portrayed as one in Episode 5. Not only does she own an avid expansive collection of games and consoles, she also has four screens lined up around each other. Then the batteries for her wireless controller dies, prompting her to send Berserker to buy more.
12th Feb '18 9:01:13 AM ChrisX
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* TheBadGuyWins: Caster, one of the main villains of the ''Fate'' series, is the only character to get what she wants in the end (living a happy life with Souichirou). You don't really mind it too much since all her segments are cute and heartwarming while ignoring her usual sadism, especially since all her canonical storylines [[AlasPoorVillain end in tragedy]].

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* TheBadGuyWins: Caster, one of the main villains of the ''Fate'' series, is the only character to get what she wants in the end (living a happy life with Souichirou). You don't really mind it too much since all her segments are cute and heartwarming while ignoring her usual sadism, especially since all her canonical storylines [[AlasPoorVillain end in tragedy]]. And because this is a comedy series, she's not using underhanded tactics like siphoning mana out of innocent people or using any dirty tactics to keep her time with Souichirou.
10th Feb '18 8:39:02 PM AbsoluteSword
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* SweetDreamsFuel: This series lets you spend time with tragic heroes who have known nothing but sadness and pain, and lets you share a warm and happy evening with them.
9th Feb '18 10:04:37 PM Aker-Sama
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* GamerChick: Ilya is portrayed as one in Episode 5. Not only does she own an avid collection of games and consoles, she also has four screens lined up around each other. Then the batteries for her wireless controller dies, prompting her to send Berserker to buy more.
7th Feb '18 11:52:13 AM otemple700
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* TheBadGuyWins: Caster, one of the main villains of the ''Fate'' series, is the only character to get what she wants in the end (living a happy life with Souichirou). You don't really mind it too much since all her segments are cute and heartwarming and ignores her usual sadism and all her canonical storylines [[AlasPoorVillain end in tragedy]].

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* TheBadGuyWins: Caster, one of the main villains of the ''Fate'' series, is the only character to get what she wants in the end (living a happy life with Souichirou). You don't really mind it too much since all her segments are cute and heartwarming and ignores while ignoring her usual sadism and sadism, especially since all her canonical storylines [[AlasPoorVillain end in tragedy]].
7th Feb '18 11:51:01 AM otemple700
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* TheBadGuyWins: Caster, one of the main villains of the ''Fate'' series, is the only character to get what she wants in the end (living a happy life with Souichirou). You don't really mind it too much since all her segments are cute and heartwarming and ignores her usual sadism and all her canonical storylines [[AlasPoorVillain end in tragedy]].
29th Jan '18 5:50:40 AM nmn3r3
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** Ilya sending Berserker on an errand for Eneloop batteries. He forgets about the batteries, but [[spoiler:he accidentally wins the Holy Grail War and brings it to Ilya... but it's shaped like an electric kettle, so Ilya doesn't realize what it is until it grants her wish for batteries and disappears. And they're not even Eneloop.]]

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** Ilya sending Berserker on an errand for Eneloop batteries. He forgets about the batteries, but [[spoiler:he accidentally wins the Holy Grail War and brings it the Grail to Ilya... but it's shaped like an electric kettle, so Ilya doesn't realize what it is until it grants her wish for batteries and disappears. And they're not even Eneloop.]]
29th Jan '18 5:49:56 AM nmn3r3
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* ShaggyDogStory: Lancer tries to stop the chain of his deaths. In the end, [[spoiler:[[YouCannotFightFate he appears to fail when the volleyball that smashed through the Holy Grail Rocket in Episode 2 ends up smashing against his head]]... until the SequelHook reveals that he actually ''survived''.]]

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* ShaggyDogStory: ShaggyDogStory:
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Lancer tries to stop the chain of his deaths. In the end, [[spoiler:[[YouCannotFightFate he appears to fail when the volleyball that smashed through the Holy Grail Rocket in Episode 2 ends up smashing against his head]]... until the SequelHook reveals that he actually ''survived''.]]


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** Ilya sending Berserker on an errand for Eneloop batteries. He forgets about the batteries, but [[spoiler:he accidentally wins the Holy Grail War and brings it to Ilya... but it's shaped like an electric kettle, so Ilya doesn't realize what it is until it grants her wish for batteries and disappears. And they're not even Eneloop.]]
13th Jan '18 2:47:12 PM JRads47
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* CompanionCube: ''Ryuudo Temple'' to Assassin, who talks to it as if it were actually sentient.


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** Gilgamesh stops Berser-Car with Enkidu, which is how he killed Berserker in ''Unlimited Blade Works''.
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