History Awesome / TheHillOfSwords

4th Apr '16 9:14:07 PM darksoul4242
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* A more subtle one, not related to combat. When Louise finally drags a confession out of Shirou that Yes, he wants to save Tabitha, Shirou proceeds to pretty much single-handedly create a Black Ops program for Tristain, all in order to do so. The SmartGuy of the Undine Knights is thoroughly amazed by Shirou's ingenuity. This is an remarkable moment quite on par with Shirou in Heaven's Feel, when he decides he wants to protect Sakura rather than his lifelong ideal, and a crowner for the author for [[ShownTheirWork getting it right]].

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* A more subtle one, not related to combat. When Louise finally drags a confession out of Shirou that Yes, he wants to save Tabitha, Shirou proceeds to pretty much single-handedly create a Black Ops program for Tristain, all in order to do so. The SmartGuy of the Undine Knights is thoroughly amazed by Shirou's ingenuity. This is an a remarkable moment quite on par with Shirou in Heaven's Feel, when he decides he wants to protect Sakura rather than his lifelong ideal, and a crowner for the author for [[ShownTheirWork getting it right]].
4th Apr '16 9:13:56 PM darksoul4242
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* A more subtle one, not related to combat. When Louise finally drags a confession out of Shirou that Yes, he wants to save Tabitha, Shirou proceeds to pretty much single-handedly create a Black Ops program for Tristain, all in order to do so. The SmartGuy of the Undine Knights is thoroughly amazed by Shirou's ingenuity.

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* A more subtle one, not related to combat. When Louise finally drags a confession out of Shirou that Yes, he wants to save Tabitha, Shirou proceeds to pretty much single-handedly create a Black Ops program for Tristain, all in order to do so. The SmartGuy of the Undine Knights is thoroughly amazed by Shirou's ingenuity. This is an remarkable moment quite on par with Shirou in Heaven's Feel, when he decides he wants to protect Sakura rather than his lifelong ideal, and a crowner for the author for [[ShownTheirWork getting it right]].
19th Jun '15 9:17:48 AM wootzits
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** This troper is pretty sure it should be called ''pentagon class magic'' (since in ''LightNovel/ZeroNoTsukaima'' each class of magic is twice as strong as the previous one), but that doesn't make it any less awesome.

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** This troper is pretty sure it should be called ''pentagon class magic'' (since in ''LightNovel/ZeroNoTsukaima'' ''LightNovel/TheFamiliarOfZero'' each class of magic is twice as strong as the previous one), but that doesn't make it any less awesome.
7th Jul '12 4:49:55 PM Vigil
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*** It's something else entirely, I believe. Each class is adding another component to the spell, and increases both power and type of effects possible. For instance, triangle wind users cannot do lightning effects at all, square ones can. Karin simply fired off two square spells, designed to be used together, within seconds of each other. So it doesn't have the increase in possible functions that pentagon magic would, but it's almost certainly more dangerous.
24th Feb '12 11:49:29 AM nombretomado
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** This troper is pretty sure it should be called ''pentagon class magic'' (since in ZeroNoTsukaima each class of magic is twice as strong as the previous one), but that doesn't make it any less awesome.

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** This troper is pretty sure it should be called ''pentagon class magic'' (since in ZeroNoTsukaima ''LightNovel/ZeroNoTsukaima'' each class of magic is twice as strong as the previous one), but that doesn't make it any less awesome.
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