History LightNovel / FateApocrypha

10th Feb '18 12:37:30 PM kbissett
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An anime adaptation by Creator/A1Pictures was announced December 31, 2016. It premiered on July 1, 2017, has been licenced for exclusive streaming on Creator/{{Netflix}}, and ran for 25 episodes. The first half of the series premiered [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2017-07-03/fate-apocrypha-anime-to-premiere-on-netflix-on-november-7/.118399 on Netflix worldwide on November 7, 2017.]]

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An anime adaptation by Creator/A1Pictures was announced December 31, 2016. It premiered on July 1, 2017, has been licenced for exclusive streaming on Creator/{{Netflix}}, and ran for 25 episodes. The first half of the series premiered [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2017-07-03/fate-apocrypha-anime-to-premiere-on-netflix-on-november-7/.118399 on Netflix worldwide on November 7, 2017.]]
2017]], and the second half premiered in February 2018.
1st Feb '18 6:25:23 PM Pastykake
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* AllMythsAreTrue: Mostly played straight, although there are a few deviations. For example, Vlad III was most certainly not an actual vampire during his lifetime, though the prevalent association with them has given him access to a Noble Phantasm that lets him ''become'' one... though [[BerserkButton he '''really''' loathes it]].
* AllThereInTheManual: A lot of the information about the Servants originally came from the Fate/Complete Material IV guidebook rather than the actual novel. Fate/Apocrypha Material further expands on them and also explains what happened to the surviving Masters after the last book.
* AlternateTimeline: In this story, after the Holy Grail was stolen from Fuyuki following the third Holy Grail War by the Yggdmillennia and it no longer was held there, but in Transylvania. So the events of ''LightNovel/FateZero'' and ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'' never occurred as they should have. However, InSpiteOfANail, Waver is Lord El-Melloi II.
** In addition, there have been numerous Holy Grail Wars fought all over the world since the theft of the original grail, which is presumably how Waver managed to achieve the title of Lord El-Melloi II as in ''LightNovel/FateZero''. The main difference is that the Romania Leyline is better than most, allowing the summoning of fourteen Servants rather than ''less than'' seven (a number of these supplementary Grail Wars apparently don't even boast a normal complement) and is capable of reaching the Root.

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* AllMythsAreTrue: Mostly played straight, although there are a few deviations. For example, Vlad III was most certainly not an actual vampire during his lifetime, though the prevalent association with them has given him access to a Noble Phantasm that lets him ''become'' one... though [[BerserkButton he '''really''' loathes it]].
* AllThereInTheManual: A lot of the information about the Servants originally came from the Fate/Complete ''Fate/Complete Material IV IV'' guidebook rather than the actual novel. Fate/Apocrypha Material ''Fate/Apocrypha Material'' further expands on them and also explains what happened to the surviving Masters after the last book.
* AlternateTimeline: In this story, after the Holy Grail was stolen from Fuyuki following the third Holy Grail War by the Yggdmillennia and Yggdmillennia, it was no longer was held there, but there and was instead held in Transylvania. So So, the events of ''LightNovel/FateZero'' and ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'' never occurred as they should have. However, InSpiteOfANail, Waver is Lord El-Melloi II.
** In addition, there have been numerous Holy Grail Wars fought all over the world since the theft of the original grail, which is presumably how Waver managed to achieve the title of Lord El-Melloi II as in ''LightNovel/FateZero''. The main difference is that the Romania Leyline is better than most, allowing the summoning of fourteen Servants rather than ''less ''fewer than'' seven (a number of these supplementary Grail Wars apparently don't even boast a normal complement) and is capable of reaching the Root.



* AndTheAdventureContinues: In the end, [[spoiler:because Sieg isn't dead and so their contract still exists, Astolfo is still manifested on Earth and goes about exploring on his own.]]

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* AndTheAdventureContinues: In the end, [[spoiler:because Sieg isn't dead and so their contract still exists, Astolfo is still manifested on Earth and goes about exploring on his own.]]own]].
31st Jan '18 2:38:27 AM Sagetsu
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* RousingSpeech: Vlad delivers one to the remaining Black Servants and the Yggdimillenia host as the Hanging Gardens carrying the Red Faction arrives:
--> "Now, here is a question for all of you! Are you willing to accept defeat?"
--> [silence; Frankenstein snarls while [[AskAStupidQuestion Astolfo shrugs]]]
--> "Good! We will be victorious! Such difference in military strength, such despair... [[NoTrueScotsman Who can claim to be a hero]] [[DareToBeBadass without devouring it all down]]? Those are barbarians! They are corrupting my domain and smirking with arrogance! They are folls who must be killed! Laugh as you murder them! Now, go!"
27th Jan '18 3:01:15 PM ultimomant
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** In Episode 9, just as Mordred is about to kill Astolfo, Sieg arrives and challenges her.
26th Jan '18 12:39:53 PM ultimomant
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** In Episode 5, Shirou brainwashes the other Masters of Red into giving him their Command Spells.
25th Jan '18 6:14:10 AM ChrisX
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** Achilles and Atalanta's final confrontation has a rather considerable change in the anime adaptation. In the light novel, [[spoiler:Achilles was the one crying to show his sorrow and support at Atalanta's TragicDream, which brought peace to her mind, and they vanished in the same time.]] In the anime, [[spoiler:Atalanta was the one crying over how she let herself fall into madness and despair, and she vanished first after sadly telling Achilles that while he was an idiot to throw away his life to try and save her from madness, she was still touched by it. Achilles then watched her fade away and monologued about how he found her dream beautiful and worth supporting before vanishing himself.]]

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** Achilles and Atalanta's final confrontation has a rather considerable change in the anime adaptation. In the light novel, [[spoiler:Achilles was the one crying to show his sorrow and support at Atalanta's TragicDream, which brought peace to her mind, and they vanished in the same time.]] In the anime, [[spoiler:Atalanta was the one crying over how she let herself fall into madness and despair, despair over her seemingly impossible dream while wondering if she took the right path at all, and she vanished first after sadly telling Achilles that while he was an idiot to throw away his life to try and save her from madness, she was still touched by it. Achilles then watched her fade away and monologued about how he found her dream beautiful and worth supporting before vanishing himself.]]
20th Jan '18 7:51:48 AM 00Altair
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* AdaptationDistillation: Achilles and Atalanta's final confrontation has a rather considerable change in the anime adaptation. In the light novel, [[spoiler:Achilles was the one crying to show his sorrow and support at Atalanta's TragicDream, which brought peace to her mind, and they vanished in the same time.]] In the anime, [[spoiler:Atalanta was the one crying over how she let herself fall into madness and despair, and she vanished first after sadly telling Achilles that while he was an idiot to throw away his life to try and save her from madness, she was still touched by it. Achilles then watched her fade away and monologued about how he found her dream beautiful and worth supporting before vanishing himself.]]

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* AdaptationDistillation: More than a few things are changed from the novels. To wit, here are some of the more important parts:
** In the novels Siegfried was ordered to remain silent by Gordes to protect his identity. In the anime no such order us given.
** The way Jeanne meets Sieg in the anime is very different compared to the novels. In the original, [[spoiler:Jeanne was never present when Siegfried died and had to go meet with the Black Faction to find out what happened to him which in itself led to a brief discussion with Vlad regarding her role.]]
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Achilles and Atalanta's final confrontation has a rather considerable change in the anime adaptation. In the light novel, [[spoiler:Achilles was the one crying to show his sorrow and support at Atalanta's TragicDream, which brought peace to her mind, and they vanished in the same time.]] In the anime, [[spoiler:Atalanta was the one crying over how she let herself fall into madness and despair, and she vanished first after sadly telling Achilles that while he was an idiot to throw away his life to try and save her from madness, she was still touched by it. Achilles then watched her fade away and monologued about how he found her dream beautiful and worth supporting before vanishing himself.]]
20th Jan '18 7:40:56 AM 00Altair
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* BookEnds: The anime begins and ends with [[spoiler:Sieg reuniting with Jeanne in the Reverse Side of the World]].
9th Jan '18 11:28:32 AM BcUltra1990
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* SuperpowerLottery: Even for Servant standards, Karna, Achilles, Siegfried, Vlad III and Shakespeare have absolutely absurd abilities and Noble Phantasms. Especially Karna and Achilles. The former is regarded as one of the strongest Servant ever, and the latter is so well-known he's basically on HomeFieldAdvantage everywhere in the world.

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* SuperpowerLottery: Even for Servant standards, Karna, Achilles, Siegfried, Vlad III and Shakespeare have absolutely absurd abilities and Noble Phantasms. Especially Karna and Achilles. The former is regarded as one of the strongest Servant ever, ever (to the point he is compared to Gilgamesh), and the latter is so well-known he's basically on HomeFieldAdvantage everywhere in the world.
9th Jan '18 11:15:29 AM BcUltra1990
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* TheCameo: Waver Velvet of ''LightNovel/FateZero'' makes a brief appearance.

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* TheCameo: Waver Velvet of ''LightNovel/FateZero'' makes a brief appearance.appearance as Lord El-Melloi II.
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