History Characters / FateHollowAtaraxia

13th May '18 5:15:19 PM Andrzej
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* EveryoneIsRelated: {{Implied|Trope}}. There are several hints pointing to that Luvia and Rin are related -- second cousins, to be precise, but as close as first cousins genetically speaking for reasons soon to be stated -- which would make their antagonism all the more hilarious. First, Rin states in one scene she's a quarter foreign -- i.e. one of her grandparents isn't Japanese and incidentally explaining her and her father's aqua-colored eyes -- and given that her mother is a Zenjou [[AllThereInTheManual according to supplementary materials]], it follows that one of Tokiomi's parents is foreign. Second, from Bazett's time fighting a reproduction of the Third Holy Grail World, we know that the Edelfelt fought in it. A couple of twin sisters, each of them the Master of a different "Saber" thanks to the magic trait of their bloodline. This, on top of the fact that the Tohsaka family is always a participant, means that a Tohsaka magus (Tokiomi's father in this scenario) and the Edelfelt sisters most likely crossed path at some point. Third, both Rin and Luvia have access to an uniquely weaponized version of the Gandr, a sickness-inducing curse from Finnish origin. All this circumstantial evidence hints that perhaps the youngest Edelfelt twin didn't die in the War (possibly at her sister's hands, according to the rumor) as the history passed down the Edelfelt family says and instead she got married into the Tohsaka and added her magical knowledge and version of the Edelfelt's Magic Crest to that of her new family, which could be the real reason why the Edelfelts hate the Tohsakas so much.

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* EveryoneIsRelated: {{Implied|Trope}}. There are several hints pointing to suggesting that Luvia and Rin are related -- second cousins, to be precise, but as close as first cousins genetically speaking for reasons soon to be stated -- which would make their antagonism all the more hilarious. First, Rin states in one scene she's a quarter foreign -- i.e. (that is, one of her grandparents isn't Japanese and incidentally explaining her and her father's aqua-colored eyes -- eyes) and given that her mother is a Zenjou [[AllThereInTheManual according to supplementary materials]], it follows that one of Tokiomi's parents is foreign. Second, from Bazett's time fighting a reproduction of the Third Holy Grail World, War, we know that the Edelfelt fought in it. A it -- a couple of twin sisters, each of them the Master of a different "Saber" thanks to the magic trait of their bloodline.bloodline called Ore Scales. This, on top of the fact that the Tohsaka family is always a participant, means that a Tohsaka magus (Tokiomi's father in this scenario) and the Edelfelt sisters most likely crossed path at some point. Third, both Rin and Luvia have access to an [[SignatureAttack uniquely weaponized version of the Gandr, Gandr]], a sickness-inducing curse from Finnish origin. All this circumstantial evidence hints that perhaps the youngest Edelfelt twin didn't die in the War (possibly at her sister's hands, according to the rumor) as the history passed down the Edelfelt family says says, and instead she got married into the Tohsaka and added her magical knowledge and version of the Edelfelt's Magic Crest to that of her new family, which could be the real reason why the Edelfelts hate the Tohsakas so much.
13th May '18 10:15:58 AM Andrzej
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* BigLittleBrother: To Ilya.

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* BigLittleBrother: To Ilya.Illya.



* SheIsNotMyGirlfriend: As revenge for tricking her to go to a women's clothing store like he and Sakura wanted her to, Rider makes the clerk think Shirou is her boyfriend and that he wants to buy some cute clothes for her. An ''incredibly'' embarrassed Shirou tries to deny it, but between his panic and Rider's skillful MetaphoricallyTrue wording and body language, he totally fails.



[[folder:Illyasviel "Ilya" von Einzbern]]

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[[folder:Illyasviel "Ilya" "Illya" von Einzbern]]



The little noble girl, usually called Ilya for short. She is in fact a living vessel of the Holy Grail, and her body has [[InstantRunes Magic Circuits]] splattered all over, which provides her great supply of magic. She is Berserker's Mistress, and lives in a mansion in the middle of a forest, with her Servant and two maids. In general, Ilya appears to be capable of great cruelty and is a bid of a mood swinger, but is rather attached to Shirou despite all that and is rarely taken too seriously anymore. Her identity as Kiritsugu's daughter is now known amongst the cast.

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The little noble girl, usually called Ilya Illya for short. She is in fact a living vessel of the Holy Grail, and her body has [[InstantRunes Magic Circuits]] splattered all over, which provides her great supply of magic. She is Berserker's Mistress, and lives in a mansion in the middle of a forest, with her Servant and two maids. In general, Ilya Illya appears to be capable of great cruelty and is a bid of a mood swinger, but is rather attached to Shirou despite all that and is rarely taken too seriously anymore. Her identity as Kiritsugu's daughter is now known amongst the cast.



* [[BigLittleBrother Big Adopted Little Sister]]: She and Shirou are adopted siblings. As Ilya is a homonculus, she doesn't age like a normal human, and looks like a small child, but is actually several years older than Shirou.

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* [[BigLittleBrother Big Adopted Little Sister]]: She and Shirou are adopted siblings. As Ilya Illya is a homonculus, she doesn't age like a normal human, and looks like a small child, but is actually several years older than Shirou.



* ClingyJealousGirl: The most clingy girl. Some of the girls might get jealous, but Ilya makes it clear she wants Shirou to herself. Though her behavior is tame compared to the original visual novel, where she once threatened to kill him.

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* ClingyJealousGirl: The most clingy girl. Some of the girls might get jealous, but Ilya Illya makes it clear she wants Shirou to herself. Though her behavior is tame compared to the original visual novel, where she once threatened to kill him.



* DaddyHadAGoodReasonForAbandoningYou: She seems to have come to terms with this somewhat. Taiga suggests that Shirou take her to Kiritsugu's grave and Shirou tells Issei that Ilya is his daughter, meaning she's probably okay with it now.

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* DaddyHadAGoodReasonForAbandoningYou: She seems to have come to terms with this somewhat. Taiga suggests that Shirou take her to Kiritsugu's grave and Shirou tells Issei that Ilya Illya is his daughter, meaning she's probably okay with it now.



* {{Expy}}: Quite possibly of [[VisualNovel/{{Tsukihime}} Arcueid Brunestud]]: Both have childish, selfish, catlike personalities, are associated with the color white, are referred to as "[[EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses princesses]]", and to top it all off, Ilya's hairstyle is very similar to Arc's prior to the latter's ImportantHaircut.

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* {{Expy}}: Quite possibly of [[VisualNovel/{{Tsukihime}} Arcueid Brunestud]]: Both have childish, selfish, catlike personalities, are associated with the color white, are referred to as "[[EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses princesses]]", and to top it all off, Ilya's Illya's hairstyle is very similar to Arc's prior to the latter's ImportantHaircut.



* FirstNameBasis: She generally prefers being called by her nickname of "Ilya".

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* FirstNameBasis: She generally prefers being called by her nickname of "Ilya"."Illya".



* RealityWarper: Ilya is not, technically speaking, a magus. She doesn't have Magic Circuits and instead her body itself is built to do magic as a natural extension of her being. So with this, she just has immense amount of prana to draw upon and can shape the world around her using it with nothing but a thought.

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* RealityWarper: Ilya Illya is not, technically speaking, a magus. She doesn't have Magic Circuits and instead her body itself is built to do magic as a natural extension of her being. So with this, she just has immense amount of prana to draw upon and can shape the world around her using it with nothing but a thought.



* ScrewTheRulesIHaveMoney: When Shirou invites Illya to the pool, Sella complains that it's improper for a noble lady like Illya to wear a swimsuit in a public place like that. Illya simply retorts that they just need to reserve the whole place to themselves and be done with it, which completely invalids the point Sella was trying to make.



* BrainFreeze: She gets one after Shirou uses the penguin-shaped shaved ice machine she found at the storeroom to make her some.



* DeflectorShields: Rho Aias. Ilya's castle makes him look like a hippy when he uses it. Remember, it's shaped like a flower with seven pink petals.

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* DeflectorShields: Rho Aias. Ilya's Illya's castle makes him look like a hippy when he uses it. Remember, it's shaped like a flower with seven pink petals.



* HoistByHisOwnPetard: He saved a kitten who was stuck in a high tree partially to rub it in to Shiro that he wasn't able to do it. Then Makidera started calling Archer an "ally of justice" for simply appearing out of nowhere and saving the day, which gets him ''very'' uncomfortable and prompts him to deconstruct the concept for the track-and-field trio, to little effect.
-->'''Makidera:''' Ahaha, no need to be shy when you're that old.\\
'''Himuro:''' ''[nods to herself]'' Indeed. So desiring justice to be served is evil, is it? Wonderful.\\
'''Saegusa:''' Come on, kitty should give thanks to Mr. Hero of Justice too.\\
'''Archer:''' W-Wait a moment. What was it that I've just said?



* MyGreatestFailure: As the supplemental materials reveal, Archer's back story had him saving Ilya just like Shirou did in "Fate", only to see her waste away and die a year after the end of the fifth grail war due to her Homunculus body. It's one of the first real dents in his idealism, and the main reason why Archer never considers attacking Ilya directly as an option.

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* MyGreatestFailure: As the supplemental materials reveal, Archer's back story had him saving Ilya Illya just like Shirou did in "Fate", only to see her waste away and die a year after the end of the fifth grail war due to her Homunculus body. It's one of the first real dents in his idealism, and the main reason why Archer never considers attacking Ilya Illya directly as an option.



* HeIsNotMyBoyfriend: {{Inverted|Trope}}. After Shirou finally managed to (literally) drag Rider to a women's clothing store just like he promised to Sakura, he told the clerk that she didn't have any good-looking clothes. Rider -- who didn't want to go in the first place because of her inferiority complex over her appearance -- resigns herself to her fate, but not without exacting a bit of revenge on the guy:
-->'''Rider:''' ……That's correct. My boyfriend is saying that he would like you to make me look cuter.\\
'''Shirou:''' [[BigWhat Waaaaaaaaaaa!!!?]]



* LimitedWardrobe: Unsuccessfully {{Defied|Trope}}. Sakura and Shirou agree that Rider should wear more varied and flattering clothes, but she refuses to do it because [[IAmNotPretty she thinks cute clothes are wasted on her]].



* MiniDressOfPower

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* MiniDressOfPowerMetaphoricallyTrue: Rider once made a store clerk believe Shirou was her boyfriend to tease the hell out of the guy without actually telling a lie.
* MiniDressOfPower: There's an actual reason for hers other than RuleOfSexy. See {{Stripperiffic}} below for details.



* NobleDemon

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* NobleDemonNobleDemon: Rider is a genuinely caring person, but like in her myth where she took the role of a monster [[BecomingTheMask a little too well]], her current self is at risk of reverting to it if she indulges in too much violence.



** Rider likes to swim, but her two (offscreen) visits to the water park on her own ended with a lot of guys hitting on her.



* TheTease: Rider loves teasing Shirou... provided Sakura isn't around. With ''hollow ataraxia'' following more UnwantedHarem tropes than ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'', you can bet [[MomentKiller Sakura]] walks in just about every single time.
** Not played straight, since Rider is serious with most of her attempts at seducing Shirou. One time she offers him "Her body, no part of it off limits", in exchange for him... letting her use his bike. Shirou's [[ImAManICantHelpIt resolve was crumbling]], until Sakura interrupted them. If it wasn't for Sakura constantly killing the mood, Rider would drain Shirou of more than just his blood.

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* TheTease: TheTease:
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Rider loves teasing Shirou... provided Sakura isn't around. With ''hollow ataraxia'' following more UnwantedHarem tropes than ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'', you can bet [[MomentKiller Sakura]] walks in just about every single time.
** Not played straight, There is a notable example when Shirou tricks Rider to go to women's clothing store because he and Sakura wanted to {{Subvert|edTrope}} her LimitedWardrobe against her wishes. Rider gets back at Shirou by making the store clerk think he was her shy-in-public boyfriend who wanted to buy cute clothes for her. You can easily tell Rider is having at blast here.
** While Shirou thinks otherwise, this is actually a {{Subversion}}
since Rider is serious with most of her attempts at seducing Shirou. One time she offers him "Her body, no part of it off limits", in exchange for him... [[ItMakesSenseInContext letting her use his bike.bike]]. Shirou's [[ImAManICantHelpIt resolve was crumbling]], until Sakura interrupted them. If it wasn't for Sakura constantly killing the mood, Rider would drain Shirou of more than just his blood.



* [[WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes Why Did It Have To Be Lolis?]]: The constant bullying from her older sisters (who, being true immortals, [[OlderThanTheyLook looked like little girls]]) about [[HugeSchoolgirl her size]] left Rider with psychological scars that cause her to have a HeroicBSOD in the present when Illya playfully jumps on her.

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* [[WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes Why Did It Have To Be Lolis?]]: The constant bullying from her older sisters (who, being true immortals, [[OlderThanTheyLook looked like little girls]]) about [[HugeSchoolgirl her size]] left Rider with psychological scars that cause her to have a HeroicBSOD in the present when Illya playfully jumps on [[TheGlomp glomps]] her.



* HugeGuyTinyGirl: Extreme height difference between him and his Master, Ilya. He's around nine feet tall, and she's roughly four. And due to scaling up with size, he's a lot wider as well.
** Played for a sight gag, when Ilya's entire sprite hides behind his Sprite, and just her hand can be seen waving.
* {{Protectorate}}: '''DO'''. '''NOT'''. mess with Ilya.
* RestrainingBolt: Ilya herself acts as this for him, which says a lot about how powerful she must be in order to keep freaking Heracles on a short leash.

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* HugeGuyTinyGirl: Extreme height difference between him and his Master, Ilya.Illya. He's around nine feet tall, and she's roughly four. And due to scaling up with size, he's a lot wider as well.
** Played for a sight gag, when Ilya's Illya's entire sprite hides behind his Sprite, and just her hand can be seen waving.
* {{Protectorate}}: '''DO'''. '''NOT'''. mess with Ilya.
Illya.
* RestrainingBolt: Ilya Illya herself acts as this for him, which says a lot about how powerful she must be in order to keep freaking Heracles on a short leash.



* ImageSong: Shared with Ilya [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qSV8WMc_Yq0 "We Are Tora Buru"]]. FunPersonified indeed!

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* ImageSong: Shared with Ilya Illya [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qSV8WMc_Yq0 "We Are Tora Buru"]]. FunPersonified indeed!



The Student Council President, and one of Shirou's classmates. Issei is often asking Shirou to help out the student council by fixing broken equipment, and they have lunch together in the student council room. Due to the fact that they went to middle school together and frequently clashed, Issei hates Rin and is convinced that she's pure evil. In fact, he isn't very fond of most women due to his celibate nature, which stems from his upbringing as a Buddhist monk-in-training. His relations with his new sister in law are fairly chilly, though not outright hostile. He likes Saber, though, and appears to approve of Ilya to some extent. Somehow.

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The Student Council President, and one of Shirou's classmates. Issei is often asking Shirou to help out the student council by fixing broken equipment, and they have lunch together in the student council room. Due to the fact that they went to middle school together and frequently clashed, Issei hates Rin and is convinced that she's pure evil. In fact, he isn't very fond of most women due to his celibate nature, which stems from his upbringing as a Buddhist monk-in-training. His relations with his new sister in law are fairly chilly, though not outright hostile. He likes Saber, though, and appears to approve of Ilya Illya to some extent. Somehow.



* AwesomenessByAnalysis: Luvia instantly figured out Rin practices Chinese martial arts from the way she shifts her weight the first time they met. [[EntertaininglyWrong That led her to believe Rin was Chinese until she clarified the point]].



* BoobsOfSteel: Following the trend in this series, Luvia has quite large tracts of land and gives [[KungFuWizard Rin]] an embarrassing beatdown with her pro-wrestling skills. Granted, considering the proliferation of large breast implants among female wrestlers in RealLife, this might be justified.
* CrazyPrepared: Her dress has detachable sleeves in case she gets into a fight.

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* BoobsOfSteel: Following the trend in this series, Luvia has quite large tracts of land and gives [[KungFuWizard Rin]] an embarrassing beatdown with her pro-wrestling skills. Granted, considering the proliferation of large breast implants among female wrestlers in RealLife, this might be justified.
skills.
* CrazyPrepared: Her dress has detachable sleeves in case she gets into a fight. She loses some preparedness points because she only came up with this after destroying a small fortune's worth of dresses.



* EveryoneIsRelated: {{Implied|Trope}}. There are several hints pointing to that Luvia and Rin are related -- second cousins, to be precise, but as close as first cousins genetically speaking for reasons soon to be stated -- which would make their antagonism all the more hilarious. First, Rin states in one scene she's a quarter foreign -- i.e. one of her grandparents isn't Japanese and incidentally explaining her and her father's aqua-colored eyes -- and given that her mother is a Zenjou [[AllThereInTheManual according to supplementary materials]], it follows that one of Tokiomi's parents is foreign. Second, from Bazett's time fighting a reproduction of the Third Holy Grail World, we know that the Edelfelt fought in it. A couple of twin sisters, each of them the Master of a different "Saber" thanks to the magic trait of their bloodline. This, on top of the fact that the Tohsaka family is always a participant, means that a Tohsaka magus (Tokiomi's father in this scenario) and the Edelfelt sisters most likely crossed path at some point. Third, both Rin and Luvia have access to an uniquely weaponized version of the Gandr, a sickness-inducing curse from Finnish origin. All this circumstantial evidence hints that perhaps the youngest Edelfelt twin didn't die in the War (possibly at her sister's hands, according to the rumor) as the history passed down the Edelfelt family says and instead she got married into the Tohsaka and added her magical knowledge and version of the Edelfelt's Magic Crest to that of her new family, which could be the real reason why the Edelfelts hate the Tohsakas so much.



* {{Fiction 500}}: When she is kicked out of the boarding house following her epic fight with Rin in the lobby, she simply ''buys her own mansion near the school'' since "boarding houses are too small anyway".
* FingerGun: The Gandr curse (also Rin's signature offensive spell) is launched like this. Luvia is proficient enough that she can fire ''actual energy bullets'' at an high rate of fire.

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* {{Fiction 500}}: Fiction500: When she is kicked out of the boarding house following her epic fight with Rin in the lobby, she simply ''buys her own mansion near the school'' since "boarding houses are too small anyway".
anyway". A before that, she tried to rent a whole ''floor'' at the boarding house.
* FingerGun: The Gandr curse (also Rin's signature offensive spell) is launched like this. Luvia is proficient enough that she can fire ''actual energy bullets'' at an a high rate of fire.



* NoblewomansLaugh: Mostly in ''Unlimited Codes''.

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* JerkassFacade: Much like Rin, Luvia's got a "magus persona" that she keeps around other magi lest [[SocialDarwinism they'll see as weak and move against her]]. This is best seen in ''LightNovel/LordElMelloiIICaseFiles'' though, where she gives off a strong aura of effortless superiority except for the few moments the eponymous character catches off guard. Her real personality shines through around people she genuinely likes (Shirou) or her SitcomArchEnemy (Rin).
* NoblewomansLaugh: Mostly She's got a character sprite for it. Most seen in ''Unlimited Codes''.Codes'' though.



* ProfessionalWrestling: I bet you didn't see that coming with her character type, but then, neither did Rin. Technically the "Lancashire-style of martial combat", but just play ''Unlimited Codes'' and you'll see the truth.
** ShownTheirWork: The RealLife counterpart to Luvia's "Lancashire-style of martial combat" is called [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lancashire_wrestling Lancashire]] ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lancashire_wrestling wrestling]]'', and is actually one of the ancestors of pro-wrestling.

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* ProfessionalWrestling: I bet you didn't see that coming with her character type, but then, neither did Rin. Technically the "Lancashire-style This is actually an instance of martial combat", but just play ''Unlimited Codes'' and you'll see the truth.
** ShownTheirWork:
ShownTheirWork. The RealLife counterpart to Luvia's "Lancashire-style of martial combat" is called [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lancashire_wrestling Lancashire]] ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lancashire_wrestling wrestling]]'', and is actually one of the ancestors of pro-wrestling. If one scene wasn't enough for you, just play ''VideoGame/FateUnlimitedCodes'' and you'll see the truth.



* RichBitch: She does treat "commoners" well, but she doesn't hesitate to rub her pedigree and wealth in Rin's face, while putting down Rin as a rube from the "backwater" of Japan.

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* RichBitch: PlayedWith. She does treat "commoners" well, but she doesn't hesitate to rub her pedigree and wealth in Rin's face, while putting down Rin as a rube from the "backwater" of Japan.Japan. This has got more to do with the Edelfelts' grudge against the Tohsakas and the Holy Grail War than anything else.



Ilya's maids, both of whom wear nurse uniforms which Shirou refers to as Florence Nightingale outfits, and make them look almost identical. When they're not wearing the hats, however, they're pretty distinctive. Sella, as a standard homunculus, claims she does not have a soul. Leysritt's existence is tied to Ilya's soul and it is thus not entirely clear how she functions.

[[YoungerThanTheyLook Despite both looking like they are in their twenties]], they are in fact homunculi that Ilya made about two years ago. She considers them to be failures. Despite this however, they're still homunculi, and are considered strong enough to threaten Magic Association enforcers in one-on-one combat.

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Ilya's Illya's maids, both of whom wear nurse uniforms which Shirou refers to as Florence Nightingale outfits, and make them look almost identical. When they're not wearing the hats, however, they're pretty distinctive. Sella, as a standard homunculus, claims she does not have a soul. Leysritt's existence is tied to Ilya's Illya's soul and it is thus not entirely clear how she functions.

[[YoungerThanTheyLook Despite both looking like they are in their twenties]], they are in fact homunculi that Ilya Illya made about two years ago. She considers them to be failures. Despite this however, they're still homunculi, and are considered strong enough to threaten Magic Association enforcers in one-on-one combat.



* ArtificialHuman: Both, though Leysritt wasn't actually intended to be. She was just supposed to be the Heaven's Feel itself, meaning the dress. Ilya is just too talented, though.

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* ArtificialHuman: Both, though Leysritt wasn't actually intended to be. She was just supposed to be the Heaven's Feel itself, meaning the dress. Ilya Illya is just too talented, though.



* CantLiveWithoutYou: Leysritt has a very strong connection to Ilya and when Ilya eventually dies Leysritt is almost sure to follow her. The analogy made is that Leysritt is like Ilya's arm.

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* CantLiveWithoutYou: Leysritt has a very strong connection to Ilya Illya and when Ilya Illya eventually dies dies, Leysritt is almost sure to follow her. The analogy made is that Leysritt is like Ilya's arm.Illya's arm.
* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Both Leysritt and Sella are this, although this is a lot more obvious with the former. One time Shirou managed to convince Sella there was a giant cake in the schoolyard, and she went off in a weird tangent about a cake monster that attacked Athens centuries ago. [[NotMakingThisUpDisclaimer Really]].



* EmotionlessGirl: Leysritt has difficult with language and emotional display, coming across as rather robotic. However, she's quite close to Ilya and appears to enjoy making fun of Sella.

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* EmotionlessGirl: Leysritt has difficult with language and emotional display, coming across as rather robotic. However, she's quite close to Ilya Illya and appears to enjoy making fun of Sella.Sella.
* FriendToAllLivingThings: Sella, surprisingly enough. We don't get to see much of her nicer side because Shirou's the point of view character and Sella ''really'' doesn't like him.



* HulkSpeak: Leysritt, also known as Liz, is 'not good with language.
* {{Immortality}}: According to Sella, standard homunculi like herself are essentially immortal, though she implies that she does not have a soul and that her life is less meaningful than a human's.
* {{Jerkass}}: Sella, ''really'' doesn't like Shirou.

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* GirlsAreReallyScaredOfHorrorMovies: Sella's one weakness is that she's really afraid of ghosts. One time she insisted in having Shirou inspect the allegedly haunted wine cellar at the castle. Of course, she didn't admit aloud just why she wouldn't go to the basement on her own.
* HoistByHerOwnPetard: Sella's BotheringByTheBook stunt where she sets up Shirou to sleep in a too-cold storeroom instead of one of the many guest rooms at the Einzbern Castle can backfire on her big time if Shirou chose to spend time with Illya in the courtyard prior. [[spoiler:Illya will not only be less than pleased when she discovers what Sella did after visiting Shirou that night, but also will invite him to sleep in her own bedroom.]]
* HulkSpeak: Leysritt, also known as Liz, is 'not not good with language.
* {{Immortality}}: According to Sella, standard homunculi like herself are essentially immortal, immortal as long as there's ambient mana available, though she implies that she does not have a soul and that her life is less meaningful than a human's.
* {{Jerkass}}: Sella, JerkassWithAHeartOfGold: Sella doesn't like humans in general, but she ''really'' doesn't like Shirou.has it against Shirou because he's Kiritsugu's son. The fact Illya likes him only further spurs that dislike. On the other hand, Sella dotes on Illya as far as her governess role allows to and she's a FriendToAllLivingThings and really good at taking care of animals and plants.



* SugarAndIcePersonality: Sella is rather cold to anyone not named Ilya.

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* SugarAndIcePersonality: Sella is rather cold to anyone not named Ilya.Illya.



* BoobsOfSteel: Kane is rather uh, generously proportioned, and she is probably the most athletic normal human female in the series.

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* BoobsOfSteel: Kane is rather rather, uh, generously proportioned, and she is probably the most athletic normal human female in the series.



* DoWrongRight: Kaede dislikes Shirou out of principle to SitcomArchNemesis levels. However, when she and her friends [[EntertaininglyWrong thought that he could be]] [[MistakenForCheating two-timing Tohsaka and Mitsuzuri]], she's more impressed than appalled. After all, cheating on Homurahara's SchoolIdol idol with her closest second sure takes balls and suave-ness that Kaede sure thought Shirou didn't have in him.

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* DoWrongRight: Kaede dislikes Shirou out of on principle to SitcomArchNemesis levels. However, when she and her friends [[EntertaininglyWrong thought that he could be]] [[MistakenForCheating two-timing Tohsaka and Mitsuzuri]], she's more impressed than appalled. After all, cheating on Homurahara's SchoolIdol idol with her closest second sure takes balls and suave-ness that Kaede sure never thought Shirou didn't have had in him.



* HeteronormativeCrusader: Out of the three, Kaede rejects the possibility of Ayako and Saber being an item the most.



* NoIndoorVoice: Kaede is loud and [[HairTriggerTemper easily excitable]]. This is especially true if you're playing the voiced version of the game.



* RedBaron: Kaede likes to be called the "Black Panther of Homurahara".

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* RedBaron: RedBaron:
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Kaede likes to be called the "Black Panther of Homurahara".
** Himuro gets called "Madame" or "The Madame of
Homurahara".



* ShamelessFanserviceGirl: Himuro repeatedly holds Minori's arm against her considerable bosom simply because it's the most efficient way to keep the taller, stronger but shy guy from running away. Not even her own narration puts too emphasis on this.



** All three of them have a very obvious attraction to Archer as soon as they see him. They also apparently have crushes on [[ChickMagnet Shirou]], but not quite to the "smitten" extent. [[spoiler:[[MyFutureSelfAndMe There's a certain irony there...]]]]

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** All three of them have a very obvious attraction to Archer as soon as they see him. They also apparently have crushes on [[ChickMagnet Shirou]], but not quite to the "smitten" extent. [[spoiler:[[MyFutureSelfAndMe There's a certain irony there...]]]]


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* TheThreeFacesOfEve: Makidera is the Child, Saegusa is the Wife, and Himuro is Seductress.
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* SchoolIdol: Widely considered an unreachable AcademicAlphaBitch and one of, if not ''the'' most beautiful girl in Homurahara Academy. The fact she seems to be dating OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent Shirou earned him a lot of negative attention, especially from her friend Kaede Makidera.



* AmbiguouslyGay: He's noted as not liking girls much, tends to blush around Shirou, is rather possessive of him, somewhat jealous of Tohsaka and seems to be thought of as part of Shirou's harem by the school, and once he got into an argument with Shinji over whom the redhead should have lunch with. However, with Issei's character it's entirely possible that this means nothing.

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* AmbiguouslyGay: He's noted as not liking girls much, tends to blush around Shirou, is rather possessive of him, somewhat jealous of Tohsaka and seems to be thought of as part of Shirou's harem by the school, and school -- once he got even getting into an argument with Shinji over whom the redhead should have lunch with. However, with Issei's character it's entirely possible that this means nothing.



* CloudCuckoolander: Kaede gets called "Fujimura Taiga #2" for a reason, and her "thing" seems to judge stuff by [[RuleOfCool their coolness factor]]. For example, Tohsaka being the unreachable AcademicAlphaBitch is cool, the idea of her friend Yukika trying to reach Tohsaka's "level" by getting her to accept her lunchboxes is also cool, and the prospect of Kaede proving herself superior in some way to Rin is even cooler. However, fact that the Homurahara's SchoolIdol is dating [[LockedOutOfTheLoop whom Kaede thinks]] is nothing but an OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent like Shirou is ''totally lame'' because it makes Rin more of a normal girl in Kaede's mind and ruining the coolness of all the previous examples, which is the whole reason why she considers him her SitcomArchNemesis.
* DoWrongRight: Kaede dislikes Shirou out of principle to SitcomArchNemesis levels. However, when she and her friends [[EntertaininglyWrong thought that he could be]] [[MistakenForCheating two-timing Tohsaka and Mitsuzuri]], she's more impressed than appalled. After all, cheating on Homurahara's SchoolIdol idol with her closest second sure takes balls and suave-ness that Kaede sure thought Shirou didn't have in him.



* TheOneThingIDontHateAboutYou: Makidera considers Shirou her SitcomArchNemesis and gets upset pretty much whenever his name is mentioned. Notably, the one time she shows open admiration for him is when the track-and-field trio thinks he could be cheating on Tohsaka with Mitsuzuri. Odd as this may sound, Kaede seems to think a [[YourCheatingHeart two-timing bastard]] is [[DoWrongRight at least a step above]] the image of a brusque OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent that she had of him.



* RuleOfCool: The color of the glass Kaede sees the world through.
* SitcomArchNemesis: Kaede considers Shirou this to her since the moment she found out that he could be Tohsaka's boyfriend. See her CloudCuckoolander entry above for details.
* SmittenTeenageGirl:
** All three of them have a very obvious attraction to Archer as soon as they see him. They also apparently have crushes on [[ChickMagnet Shirou]], but not quite to the "smitten" extent. [[spoiler:[[MyFutureSelfAndMe There's a certain irony there...]]]]
** While she denies falling in love with her, Himuro is absolutely ''stunned'' the first time she meets Saber.



* SmittenTeenageGirl: All three of them have a very obvious attraction to Archer as soon as they see him. They also apparently have crushes on [[ChickMagnet Shirou]], but not quite to the "smitten" extent. [[spoiler:[[MyFutureSelfAndMe There's a certain irony there...]]]]
** While she denies falling in love with her, Himuro is absolutely ''stunned'' the first time she meets Saber.
2nd May '18 11:34:42 PM Andrzej
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* ServileSnarker: Sella's speech is unfailing polite towards Shirou as Illya's guest of vice versa regardless her personal dislike of him. ''Just'' her speech, that is. Sella still manages to be as rude as she can possibly get away with despite always referring to him with the respectful "-sama" honorific.

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* ServileSnarker: Sella's speech is unfailing polite towards Shirou as Illya's guest of or vice versa regardless her personal dislike of him. ''Just'' her speech, that is. Sella still manages to be as rude as she can possibly get away with despite always referring to him with the respectful "-sama" honorific.
2nd May '18 11:24:41 PM Andrzej
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* AmbiguouslyGay: He's noted as not liking girls much, tends to blush around Shirou, is rather possessive of him, somewhat jealous of Tohsaka and seems to be thought of as part of Shirou's harem by the school. However, with Issei's character it's entirely possible that this means nothing.
* {{Bishonen}}: Popular with the girls due to his looks despite the story stating outright that he has a boring personality.
* {{Crossdresser}}: Caster mentions being disappointed at having no one to dress up in pretty clothes and Shirou mentions that she could always use Issei, leading to a brief imagine spot as she considers the idea. Granted, we only see Shirou's imagination of what he might be wearing... But it's [[https://imgur.com/mg1Yorx awfully frilly]].

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* AmbiguouslyGay: He's noted as not liking girls much, tends to blush around Shirou, is rather possessive of him, somewhat jealous of Tohsaka and seems to be thought of as part of Shirou's harem by the school.school, and once he got into an argument with Shinji over whom the redhead should have lunch with. However, with Issei's character it's entirely possible that this means nothing.
* {{Bishonen}}: Popular with Widely considered the best-looking guy in Homurahara, but his overly proper and serious personality keeps girls due to his looks despite the story stating from approaching him. Himuro outright states that she thinks he has a boring personality.
* {{Crossdresser}}: Caster mentions being disappointed at having no one to dress up in pretty clothes and Shirou mentions that she could always use Issei, leading to a brief imagine spot ImagineSpot as she considers the idea. Granted, we only see Shirou's imagination of what he might be wearing... But it's [[https://imgur.com/mg1Yorx awfully frilly]].


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* MaybeMagicMaybeMundane: Issei's HeManWomanHater moments only occur with women who secretly possess magical powers like Rin and Caster, and he tends to use the word "witch" a lot about the former despite being completely ignorant about everything related to magecraft. Considering Issei's training to become a monk, it's possible that this isn't a coincidence, but the game never provides stronger hints of this.


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* ShipperOnDeck: Issei is rather picky of Shirou's possible romantic partners. Besides absolutely disliking Tohsaka as an option despite their de facto relationship, he states that he would bless and support Shirou and his girlfriend if the latter were either Ayako or Saber. Issei says as much during a conversation with Himuro, and as afterthought he adds that he thinks Kane herself would be a good match for Shirou, which leaves her at a loss before retorting that he shouldn't say stuff like that.
* SingleIssueWonk: He's a calm and very reasonable fellow ''except'' when Tohsaka or Shirou -- his SitcomArchNemesis and best friend, respectively -- are involved. And please don't get him started on the subject of their alleged romantic relationship or Issei will talk ''at length'' why he thinks Tohsaka isn't a good match for Shirou.


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* StrongFamilyResemblance: {{Inverted|Trope}}. It's noted in-story that Issei's father was never nearly as handsome as his youngest son.
2nd May '18 7:38:21 PM Andrzej
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* HomoeroticSubtext: Rider seems to have something of a crush on her. Ayako appears to be rather uneasy about the development.

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* HomoeroticSubtext: PlayedWith. Rider seems to have something of developed a crush taste for her blood after she fed on her. her under Shinji's orders in the original visual novel. As a result, the Servant's behavior becomes suddenly predatory towards her whenever they run into each other. Ayako appears to be doesn't know this and thinks Rider is instead hitting on her in a rather uneasy insistent manner. The problem is that Ayako can't easily reject her apparent advances despite how uncomfortable they make her because she's enough of a martial artist to unconsciously tell she's no match against Rider in a fight and instinctively avoids provoking her, which only worsens the uneasiness Ayako feels around her.
* MaliciousSlander: It's mentioned in the "Himuro Love Detective" side-story that lots of spiteful rumors
about her circulated after she was found unconscious in a back alley after Rider attacked her in the development.''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'' and had to be taken into protective custody and hospitalized, like saying that she was involved in drug abuse and frequented "dodgy places" completely in contradiction with her deserved honor student reputation until then. A SubvertedTrope after Rider's Bloodfort Andromeda sent many Homurahara students into the hospital and the rumors about Ayako were all but forgotten in the wake of a much greater incident.



* UnknownRival: To Shirou in regards to archery. And if you're wondering, [[CluelessChickMagnet yes, she has a crush on him.]]

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* UnknownRival: To Shirou Shirou, whom she considers a WorthyOpponent in regards to archery. And if you're wondering, [[CluelessChickMagnet yes, she has a crush on him.]]
2nd May '18 1:15:45 PM Andrzej
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* LethalChef: This is the reason why we never see her cooking at Shirou's place. Literally so. Shirou outright ''banned'' Taiga from his kitchen due to the so-called "okonomiyaki bowl" incident where he arrived home only to find Sakura, Rin and Illya sprawled lifelessly about the living room, the latter writhing in pain on the table.
2nd May '18 10:18:09 AM Andrzej
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* BotheringByTheBook: Sella does ''not'' like Shirou and she's obviously displeased when Illya orders her to prepare a room for him so he can stay over the night at the castle. Still, as a maid, she obeys and gets ready ''a'' room for him -- a middle-of-winter cold storeroom without any heating whose only furniture is a cheap sleeping bag, that is, while warning him the all the other bedrooms are off-limit due to anti-thief spells she can't remove at the moment [[BlatantLies because she had too much wine during dinner]].



* BrainsAndBrawn

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* BrainsAndBrawnBrainsAndBrawn: Sella is an excellent spellcaster and magic teacher, but her body is rather frail. Leysritt is as physically strong as Rider, but her thought processes and speech patterns are close to those of a child yet possessing enough HiddenDepths and emotional range make it difficult to qualify her as dumb.



* MysticalWhiteHair

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* MysticalWhiteHairMysticalWhiteHair: Like Illya and the rest of the Einzbern homunculi, Sella and Leysritt have snow-white hair. We don't get to see much of it due to their nun-like maid uniforms, though.



* ServileSnarker: Sella's speech is unfailing polite towards Shirou as Illya's guest of vice versa regardless her personal dislike of him. ''Just'' her speech, that is. Sella still manages to be as rude as she can possibly get away with despite always referring to him with the respectful "-sama" honorific.



* SuperStrength: Leysitt's physical strength is on par with Rider's, the most physically powerful female Servant.

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* SuperStrength: Leysitt's Leysritt's physical strength is on par with Rider's, the most physically powerful female Servant.
1st May '18 5:58:41 PM SpectralTime
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* HeroWithBadPublicity: During "Love Detective Himuro" sidestory, narrated by the eponymous member of the track-and-field club, it's confirmed that people not too close to him don't have a very good opinion of Shirou. His accommodating personality makes him look like either an ExtremeDoormat or is just met with distrust, and his apparent knack to just get close to attractive girls gives him bad rep as some kind of indecisive womanizer.

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* HeroWithBadPublicity: During "Love Detective Himuro" sidestory, narrated by the eponymous member of the track-and-field club, it's confirmed that people not too close to him don't have a very good opinion of Shirou. His accommodating personality makes him look like either an ExtremeDoormat or is just met with distrust, and his apparent knack to just get close to attractive girls gives him bad rep as some kind of indecisive womanizer. This makes tremendous sense, given the possible future laid out for him.
30th Apr '18 7:21:07 PM Andrzej
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* HeroWithBadPublicity: During "Love Detective Himuro" sidestory, narrated by the eponymous member of the track-and-field club, it's confirmed that people not too close to him don't have a very good opinion of Shirou. His accommodating personality makes him look like either an ExtremeDoormat or is just met with distrust, and his apparent knack to just get close to attractive girls gives him bad rep as some kind of indecisive womanizer.

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* HeroWithBadPublicity: During "Love Detective Himuro" sidestory, narrated by the eponymous member of the track-and-field club, it's confirmed that people not too close to him don't have a very good opinion of Shirou. His accommodating personality makes him look like either an ExtremeDoormat or is just met with distrust, and his apparent knack to just get close to attractive girls girls gives him bad rep as some kind of indecisive womanizer.



** She seems to be widely considered as the most beautiful person anyone in-story has ever seen. However, she implies that this is not actually what she looked like in her original life and that the Throne of Heroes picked her up as her "heroic prime" before she turned into the legendary monster.

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** She seems to be widely considered as the most beautiful person anyone in-story has ever seen. However, she implies that this is not actually what she looked like in her original life and that the Throne of Heroes picked her up as at her "heroic prime" before she turned into the legendary monster.



** Complicating matters is the fact that Rider has enough baggage to [[ObliviouslyBeautiful not consider herself that beautiful]]. In the same example as above, Shirou saw the problem coming when he realized Rider was looking for him at Homurahara and tried to [[WeDoNotKnowEachOther play dumb]], but she didn't figure out why he was acting like that and her somewhat offended reaction made the incipient rumors about them even worse.

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** Complicating matters is the fact that Rider has enough baggage to [[ObliviouslyBeautiful not consider herself all that beautiful]]. In the same example as above, Shirou saw the problem coming when he realized Rider was looking for him at Homurahara and tried to [[WeDoNotKnowEachOther play dumb]], but she didn't figure out why he was acting like that and her somewhat offended reaction made the incipient rumors about them even worse.
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