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** The first fight of "Death Jail Summer Escape" is against the Avenger of Shinjuku, who has 570k HP while players must use a level 60 NPC support Servant -- doable for end-game players, but everyone else can simply endure five turns for him to use his Noble Phantasm. The battle ends at this point, but the scene [[HeadsIWinTalesYouLose plays out the same]] even if they manage to win, meaning it was a mostly-hopeless boss fight that can be brute-forced.

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* DummiedOut: The game has data for a type of enemy called "Pict Warriors", which are variation of the standard human soldier enemy. They did appear in Caesar's Rank Up quest when it first came out, but were replaced with Roman Soldiers later on.

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* FictionalCurrency: QP (or Quantum Pieces) are required to upgrade Servants. In-story, characters exchange QP for various goods and services when they aren't being used to power spells or machinery.

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* DreamSequence: The start of the first Valentine's Day Event, "Chocolate Lady's Commotion," features the protagonist waking up to a beach with a light mist distorting the scene indicating it's probably a dream. Before the protagonist wakes up from the dream, however, Kiyohime explains that she had [[MundaneUtility morphed herself into chocolate instead of a dragon]] and [[LetsMeetTheMeat is happy to let all 240,000 calories of herself to be eaten]], even if she were cut into pieces to be eaten later. The real Kiyohime coincidentally follows up on this joke in "Chaldea Summer Memory" by offering herself to be eaten; [[BlackComedyCannibalism "I probably taste delicious, like chicken!"]]

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* IndecipherableLyrics: The main song for the third Lostbelt, "Thest" by KOCHO, features lyrics that are neither Japanese (which is the band's language) nor Chinese (the setting for this Lostbelt being an alternate China), even though the song itself is clearly meant to be a lament.

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** In the "Chaldea Lifesavers" CE, Cursed Arm Hassan is hiding in the water by Nightingale's backside, [[MaleGaze looking up]].

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* IncorrectAnimalNoise: PlayedForLaughs by Tamamo Cat, who, despite her name, emits barking sounds like a dog. Then again, her legend thinks she's a fox when she's actually a jackal...

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** Brynhild is an {{invoked}} example. She possess the Mana Burst (Flames) skill and ''has'' to forcibly shut off her emotions, especially those towards her Master. Otherwise, she'll start falling in love with them because of their heroic qualities since they remind her of Sigurd, [[{{Yandere}} and the more she falls in love the greater her compulsion to kill them]].


* InSpiteOfANail: Despite the Fate/Accel Zero Order event creating an AlternateEnding for almost everybody from ''Fate/Zero'', Chaldea has to correct its nature as a singularity and remove it from the timeline, ensuring that everything will still go the same way as it originally did.

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* InSpiteOfANail: Despite the Fate/Accel Zero Order event creating an AlternateEnding alternate ending for almost everybody from ''Fate/Zero'', Chaldea has to correct its nature as a singularity and remove it from the timeline, ensuring that everything will still go the same way as it originally did.

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* ImmortalRuler: One of the big gimmicks for its second expansion is that every AlternateTimeline is ruled by an immortal all-powerful ruler for at least a few centuries.
** [[spoiler:Ivan the Terrible ordered his court sorcerers to fuse everyone in Russia with animals to become the monstrous Yaga in order to survive the sudden Ice Age, with Ivan fusing with frozen prehistoric animals to become the most powerful Yaga. However, his [[SecretPolice Oprichniki]] are the ones really running the scenes as he's been secluded in the palace since the fusion.]]
** [[spoiler:Skadi is naturally immortal as a goddess and is notable for being the only one ''not'' to die in the aftermath of the botched {{Gotterdammerung}}, hence inheriting the position by sheer dint of no other authority around. She's been struggling to pick up the pieces in the ensuing millennia.]]
** [[spoiler: Qin Shi Huangdi managed to achieve immortality via BrainUploading using ''[[TheFairFolk Zhenren]]'' technology and conquers the entire world in his own Lostbelt, becoming a peaceful paradise]].
** [[spoiler:Arjuna is selected by the Hindu pantheon to become the host for all of them, becoming a new god in the process to oversee the cycle of Yugas.]]


* TheDogBitesBack: [[spoiler:Columbus]] was on step away from victory in ''Agartha'' before their ace-in-the-hole was sniped away from them by [[spoiler:[[BadassNormal one of his own resistance men]], who Columbus tricked and intended to enslave.]]

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* TheDogBitesBack: [[spoiler:Columbus]] was on one step away from victory in ''Agartha'' before their ace-in-the-hole was sniped away from them by [[spoiler:[[BadassNormal one of his own resistance men]], who Columbus tricked and intended to enslave.]]

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* TheDogBitesBack: [[spoiler:Columbus]] was on step away from victory in ''Agartha'' before their ace-in-the-hole was sniped away from them by [[spoiler:[[BadassNormal one of his own resistance men]], who Columbus tricked and intended to enslave.]]


* FieryStoic: Karna's skill, Mana Burst (Flames), which is in A-Rank, gives him the ability to [[ElementalWeapon light all of his weapons on fire]] with [[ThePowerOfTheSun the sun's flames]], due to his heritage to the sun god, Surya. He doesn't give a lot of emotions and usually has a straight face, but in reality, he is actually a good person at heart who is extremely loyal, which is why he is called The Hero of Charity, and he usually doesn't show emotions because of his poor social skills.

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* FieryStoic: Karna's skill, FieryStoic:
** Karna possesses the
Mana Burst (Flames), (Flames) skill, which is in A-Rank, gives allows him the ability to [[ElementalWeapon light all of his weapons on fire]] with [[ThePowerOfTheSun the sun's flames]], due to flames]] through his heritage to the sun god, Surya. He doesn't give a lot of emotions Due to being abandoned at an early age, he has NoSocialSkills and usually has a straight rarely expresses what he's feeling on his face, but in which combined with his tendency for BrutalHonesty makes him appear resentful and bitter. In reality, he is actually he's a good person at heart who is extremely loyal, generous AllLovingHero, which is why he is called The Hero the "Hero of Charity, Charity".
** Arjuna, who also possesses the Mana Burst (Flames) skill as well as a bow gifted to him by the god of fire himself. He tries to be an unflappable, cool-headed hero, but his burning jealousy for Karna
and he usually doesn't show emotions because of constant desire to prove himself makes his poor social skills.BloodKnight tendencies [[SubvertedTrope far more obvious.]]


*** Yuga Kshetra diverges from the end of Dwapara Yuga[[note]]The exact diversion point in [=BC/AD=] years is unknown due to the nature of Yugas.[[/note]] In the ''Mahabharata'' where [[spoiler: Krishna lived and Arjuna's "dark self" (mentioned in his Interlude) took over and assimilated with the Hindu gods, starting with Krishna. Arjuna ascends to become the single TopGod of India who accelerates the Yuga cycle to the point that each Yuga takes only a few days, and delivers absolute judgement against his perceived evil from humanity, rendering mankind constantly struggling to survive each cycle.]]

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*** Yuga Kshetra diverges from the end of Dwapara Yuga[[note]]The exact diversion point in [=BC/AD=] years is unknown due to the nature of Yugas.[[/note]] In the ''Mahabharata'' where [[spoiler: Krishna lived and Arjuna's "dark self" (mentioned in his Interlude) took over and assimilated with the Hindu gods, starting with Krishna. Arjuna ascends to become the single TopGod of India who accelerates the Yuga cycle to the point that each Yuga takes only a few days, and delivers absolute judgement against his perceived evil from humanity, rendering mankind constantly struggling in a constant struggle to survive each cycle.]]


** Each Lostbelt is a major divergence from the main timeline, with some catastrophic event occurring at the date given and [[spoiler:showing the possibility of what the world would be like at 2018. Each of these timelines didn't end well for mankind, causing the World to erase these to non-existence.]]

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** Each Lostbelt is a major divergence from the main timeline, with some catastrophic event occurring at the date given and [[spoiler:showing the possibility of what the world would be like at 2018. Each of these These timelines didn't end well for mankind, causing were considered unable to progress and were banished to non-existence by the World to erase these to non-existence.World.]]



*** SIN diverges from 210 BC when [[spoiler:the First Emperor of China, Qin Shi Huangdi, succeeds in his quest for immortality after finding ancient Chinese super technology to enhance himself. He subsequently establishes an iron grip on China and conquers the entire world, creating a peaceful empire under his reign. The people are contented as they have self-growing crops and medicine that cures all ailments. However, the empire is stuck in MedievalStasis with technology limited to the capital for the emperor's use, illiteracy as the status quo, and people living very brief lives. It's also noted the ''Counter Force doesn't exist'' in this timeline because there is no danger that humanity needs to protect themselves from.]]
*** Yuga Kshetra diverged at end of Dwapara Yuga[[note]]The exact diversion point in [=BC/AD=] years in unknown due to the nature of Yugas.[[/note]] in Mahabharata where [[spoiler: Krishna lived and Arjuna's "dark self" (mentioned on his Interlude) took over and assimilated with Hindu gods starting with Krishna. Arjuna ascended into a single TopGod of India who accelerated the Yuga cycle to the point that each Yuga takes only a few days, and delivered absolute judgement against evil towards humanity, rendering the mankind constantly struggling to survive each cycle.]]

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*** SIN diverges from 210 BC when [[spoiler:the First Emperor of China, Qin Shi Huangdi, succeeds in his quest for immortality after finding ancient Chinese super technology to enhance himself. He subsequently establishes an iron grip on China and conquers the entire world, creating a peaceful empire under his reign. The people are contented content as they have self-growing crops and medicine that cures all ailments. However, the empire is stuck in MedievalStasis with technology limited to the capital for the emperor's use, illiteracy as the status quo, and people living very brief lives. It's also noted the ''Counter Force doesn't exist'' in this timeline because there is no danger that humanity needs to protect themselves from.]]
*** Yuga Kshetra diverged at diverges from the end of Dwapara Yuga[[note]]The exact diversion point in [=BC/AD=] years in is unknown due to the nature of Yugas.[[/note]] in Mahabharata In the ''Mahabharata'' where [[spoiler: Krishna lived and Arjuna's "dark self" (mentioned on in his Interlude) took over and assimilated with the Hindu gods gods, starting with Krishna. Arjuna ascended into a ascends to become the single TopGod of India who accelerated accelerates the Yuga cycle to the point that each Yuga takes only a few days, and delivered delivers absolute judgement against his perceived evil towards from humanity, rendering the mankind constantly struggling to survive each cycle.]]

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