YMMV / Fate: Reach Out

  • Evil Gloating: "Nami" basically stealth gloats half of "his" Evil Plan to Shirou in chapter 20. Shirou, of course, doesn't get it.
  • Genius Bonus:
    • The Persona Eligor of the Chariot Arcana, Duke of Hell mentioned on The Lesser Key of Solomon and proved In-Universe badass since the fight against Shadow Yukiko, is also a rather accomplished Shipper on Deck if his advices to Shirou are any indication. Believe it or not, The Matchmaker tendencies are in fact canon as far as the myth is concerned if you take the "He causeth the Love of Lords and Great Persons" thing into account.
    • Izanagi recognizing Yomotsu-Shikome and Yomotsu-Ikusa makes sense because they chased the original Izanagi down as he fled from Yomi.
    • The Persona Cu Sith of the Sun Arcana calls Shirou "Cu Shirou", which looks like a Verbal Tic but it was in fact a respectful honorific by the time and place Cú Sidhe's myth came up and now it's a reference to a relatively obscure piece of Irish Mythology trivia — one better known among dogs enthusiasts of all people. According to The Other Wiki's entry on Irish Wolfhounds (Cú Faoil), in ancient times "the word 'Cu' often became an added respected prefix on the names of warriors as well as kings denoting that they were worthy of the respect and loyalty of a Cu" (Cú Chulainn is an example, who got his name after managing to kill one). Considering they used to train the breed to hunt wolves (hence the name) and to take on Norman knights on horseback, this is no mean feat as it may sound now.
    • Lilim, a sex demon from Judeo-Christian lore and Shirou's first Persona of the Devil Arcana, rhetorically asked Angel of the Justice Arcana how would she like getting laid and becoming a Fallen Angel. Considering that the Persona Angel is based on the lowest rank of the angelic hierarchy — the Grigori — this is likely a reference to the Book of Enoch, where many of the Watchers became Fallen Angels because they got in on with humans and getting rid of their offspring is cited by the Book of Genesis and the Book of Jubilees as one of purposes of The Great Flood.
  • Team Dad: Yosuke, to the point where if he was ten years older you'd think he was Shirou's father.

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