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* AboveTheGods: Around 14,000 years ago (from modern Earth time), gods existed as physical beings that walked the Earth. Then an extraterrestrial being called "Sefar" came, killed many of those gods and caused major devastation before it's defeated. It results in the first decline of the "Age of Gods".

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* TheAce: All Servants qualify to a certain extent (or they wouldn't be notable enough to be Servants), but the grand prize goes to the seven Top Servants, the most powerful beings in [=SE.RA.PH=], who are usually deployed by the system itself to deal with particularly extreme threats. Naturally, [[TheParagonAlwaysRebels you tend to end up fighting them]], since the enemies of the Moon Cell know how powerful they are as well and go out of their way to hijack them.

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* {{Gotterdammerung}}: The backstory of this game reveals that the [[DeathOfTheOldGods true decline of the Age of Gods]] began 14,000 years ago, when the White Titan Sefar landed on Earth and proceeded to defeat the primordial Gods living there. From there, the surviving Gods were weakened enough that they eventually resorted to creating Gilgamesh in a last ditch effort to keep control of Humanity.


* {{Retcon}}: In the original ''Extra'', it was implied by WordOfGod that the reason magecraft faded away was because of a ritual to summon the Dark Six from the planned ''Tsukihime'' sequel that was not made yet. ''Last Encore'' and ''Extella'' reveal that it was the Harways performing an unknown ritual ''and'' the Age of Gods decline start with Velbers attack on earth.

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* {{Retcon}}: In the original ''Extra'', it was implied by WordOfGod that the reason magecraft faded away was because of a ritual to summon the Dark Six from the planned ''Tsukihime'' sequel that was not made yet. ''Last Encore'' and ''Extella'' reveal that it was the Harways performing an unknown ritual ''and'' the Age of Gods decline start that started with Velbers attack on earth.earth some 12,000 years ago.


* {{Retcon}}: In the original ''Extra'', it was implied by WordOfGod that the reason magic faded away was because of a ritual to summon the Dark Six from the planned ''Tsukihime'' sequel that was not made yet. Here, its instead stated to be because of the Velber Star hitting the earth.

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* {{Retcon}}: In the original ''Extra'', it was implied by WordOfGod that the reason magic magecraft faded away was because of a ritual to summon the Dark Six from the planned ''Tsukihime'' sequel that was not made yet. Here, its instead stated to be because of ''Last Encore'' and ''Extella'' reveal that it was the Velber Star hitting Harways performing an unknown ritual ''and'' the Age of Gods decline start with Velbers attack on earth.


* TheComputerIsACheatingBastard: Opposing Servants are perfectly capable of using any of their attack finishers, or in better terms of saying it, any attack in their attack chains at any moment...without having to actually attack to use said moves. You actually have to attack without being knocked out of your attack chain to use any sort of finisher. Notable examples are Gilgamesh pulling out the actual use of Gate of Babylon from his normal attack chain which is the finisher as his first move and Nero using several of her mid-attack finishers freely. Completely avoided with some of the more rational Servants like Nameless, Karna and Jeanne who will attempt to pull out the finisher just like how you would by completing the entire attack chain most of the time if not all the time. Played UpToEleven when fighting Stage Bosses, some of them will attempt to use their Noble Phantasms several times whether or not their first attempt is successful. Artoria (when she's the FinalBoss in Nameless, Gawain and Gilgamesh's final side mission) as well as Gilgamesh or Iskandar (in Artoria's final side mission, the one you didn't defeat will auto-charge their Noble Phantasm if he isn't in SuperMode) will use their respective Noble Phantasm when the condition is met. In Artoria's case, once her HP has been depleted by about 30-35%, she'll start to charge her Noble Phantasm for the firs time. If you stall out the battle by damaging her but not quite defeating her, she'll continue to try to use her Noble Phantasm at random moments, meaning that you ''must'' keep the camera on her unless you want to be defeated in one blow (and be forced to used a Command Seal if you don't want to lose the mission). In the case of Gilgamesh and Iskandar, the one you didn't defeat will auto-charge their Noble Phantasm if he isn't in SuperMode. Delay the battle by not finishing the remaining Servant will cause said Servant to possibly recharge his Noble Phantasm for another use.

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* TheComputerIsACheatingBastard: Opposing Servants are perfectly capable of using any of their attack finishers, or in better terms of saying it, any attack in their attack chains at any moment...without having to actually attack to use said moves. You actually have to attack without being knocked out of your attack chain to use any sort of finisher. Notable examples are Gilgamesh pulling out the actual use of Gate of Babylon from his normal attack chain which is the finisher as his first move and Nero using several of her mid-attack finishers freely. Completely avoided with some of the more rational Servants like Nameless, Karna and Jeanne who will attempt to pull out the finisher just like how you would by completing the entire attack chain most of the time if not all the time. Played UpToEleven when fighting Stage Bosses, some of them will attempt to use their Noble Phantasms several times whether or not their first attempt is successful. Artoria (when she's the FinalBoss in Nameless, Gawain and Gilgamesh's final side mission) as well as Gilgamesh or Iskandar (in Artoria's final side mission, the one you didn't defeat will auto-charge their Noble Phantasm if he isn't in SuperMode) will use their respective Noble Phantasm when the condition is met. In Artoria's case, once her HP has been depleted by about 30-35%, she'll start to charge her Noble Phantasm for the firs first time. If you stall out the battle by damaging her but not quite defeating her, she'll continue to try to use her Noble Phantasm at random moments, meaning that you ''must'' keep the camera on her unless you want to be defeated in one blow (and be forced to used a Command Seal if you don't want to lose the mission). In the case of Gilgamesh and Iskandar, the one you didn't defeat will auto-charge their Noble Phantasm if he isn't in SuperMode. Delay the battle by not finishing the remaining Servant will cause said Servant to possibly recharge his Noble Phantasm for another use.

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* {{Retcon}}: In the original ''Extra'', it was implied by WordOfGod that the reason magic faded away was because of a ritual to summon the Dark Six from the planned ''Tsukihime'' sequel that was not made yet. Here, its instead stated to be because of the Velber Star hitting the earth.


At a certain time, a great number of human "spirit hackers" digitally uploaded their souls from Earth to the Moon Cell to take part in a "Holy Grail War": [[ThereCanBeOnlyOne a single-elimination combat tournament]] where each "Master" was partnered with a Heroic Spirit "Servant", and fought alongside each other for the prize of [[MakeAWish a single wish]].

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At a certain time, a great number of human "spirit "spiritron hackers" digitally uploaded their souls from Earth to the Moon Cell to take part in a "Holy Grail War": [[ThereCanBeOnlyOne a single-elimination combat tournament]] where each "Master" was partnered with a Heroic Spirit "Servant", and fought alongside each other for the prize of [[MakeAWish a single wish]].


The Holy Grail War is now over. The victor has been granted the Regalia which signifies their divine authority over the Moon Cell, and its endless cyberscape is reformatting itself into a new world worthy of its ruler. Yet when it is discovered that there is more than one Regalia, a new civil war breaks out between the competing factions looking to claim the omnipotent power of the Moon Cell as their own.

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The Holy Grail War is now over. The victor has been granted the Regalia which signifies their divine authority over the Moon Cell, and its endless cyberscape is reformatting itself into a new world worthy of its ruler. Yet when it is discovered that there is more than one Regalia, a new civil war breaks out between the competing factions looking to claim the omnipotent power of the Moon Cell as their own.


The Moon Cell Automaton is an ancient and omniscient supercomputer whose function is [[AkashicRecords to observe and record the entirety of human history]]. Within its limitless databanks, the records of mythological figures who have become sufficiently venerated by human civilisation can be digitally recreated in the form of "Heroic Spirits", who bear the powers and armaments of their legends.

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The Moon Cell Automaton is an ancient and omniscient supercomputer whose function is [[AkashicRecords to observe and record the entirety of human history]]. Within its limitless databanks, the records of historical and mythological figures who have become sufficiently venerated by human civilisation can be digitally recreated in the form of "Heroic Spirits", who bear the powers and armaments of their legends.


The Moon Cell Automaton is a ancient and omniscient supercomputer whose function is [[AkashicRecords to observe and record the entirety of human history]]. Within its limitless databanks, the records of mythological figures who have become sufficiently venerated by human civilisation can be digitally recreated in the form of "Heroic Spirits", who bear the powers and armaments of their legends.

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The Moon Cell Automaton is a an ancient and omniscient supercomputer whose function is [[AkashicRecords to observe and record the entirety of human history]]. Within its limitless databanks, the records of mythological figures who have become sufficiently venerated by human civilisation can be digitally recreated in the form of "Heroic Spirits", who bear the powers and armaments of their legends.





The main conflict centers around Nero and Tamamo fighting against each other, aiming for control of the Moon Cell and Holy Grail. Meanwhile, Altera's faction has invaded to destroy civilization and [[VisualNovel/FateStayNight Artoria Pendragon]] has shown up to stop the three factions from fighting.

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The main conflict centers around Nero Moon Cell Automaton is a ancient and Tamamo fighting against omniscient supercomputer whose function is [[AkashicRecords to observe and record the entirety of human history]]. Within its limitless databanks, the records of mythological figures who have become sufficiently venerated by human civilisation can be digitally recreated in the form of "Heroic Spirits", who bear the powers and armaments of their legends.

At a certain time, a great number of human "spirit hackers" digitally uploaded their souls from Earth to the Moon Cell to take part in a "Holy Grail War": [[ThereCanBeOnlyOne a single-elimination combat tournament]] where
each other, aiming "Master" was partnered with a Heroic Spirit "Servant", and fought alongside each other for control the prize of [[MakeAWish a single wish]].

The Holy Grail War is now over. The victor has been granted the Regalia which signifies their divine authority over the Moon Cell, and its endless cyberscape is reformatting itself into a new world worthy of its ruler. Yet when it is discovered that there is more than one Regalia, a new civil war breaks out between the competing factions looking to claim the omnipotent power
of the Moon Cell and Holy Grail. Meanwhile, Altera's faction has invaded to destroy civilization and [[VisualNovel/FateStayNight Artoria Pendragon]] has shown up to stop the three factions from fighting.
as their own.


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* SpinOffBabies: ''[[https://web-ace.jp/youngaceup/contents/1000085/ Fate/Ikustella]]'', a gag manga where two Hakunos are babies and are being taken care off by the different factions, with male Hakuno being taken care of by Nero's and Tamamo's faction alongside Archimedes and female Hakuno being taken care of by Altera's faction.


A sequel for [=PS4=] and Vita, ''VideoGame/FateExtellaLink'', was also announced with a planned release date on June 6, 2018 for Japan.

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A sequel for [=PS4=] and Vita, ''VideoGame/FateExtellaLink'', was also announced with a planned release date on June 6, 2018 for Japan.Japan and Winter 2018 for the west.


* InSpiteOfANail: The game introduces the concept of "Quantum Timelocks," events that are designated as immutable truths across all timelines of TheMultiverse. If someone travels back to the past in an attempt to undo an event preserved by the Quantum Timelock, then events will conspire so that the Timelock will still happen anyway. [[spoiler:Archimedes' EvilPlan hinges on the fact that a Timelock was created around the time when Hakuno split themselves with the Regalia, and another one will happen one month afterward. He wants to shut down the Moon Cell and its anti-Velber jammer just as the second Quantum Timelock happens, so a second Velber invasion will become a certainty across all timelines, and he has the month between both Timelocks to travel between timelines so he can make this happen. Ultimately, he is thwarted when Nero and Altera destroy the Ark just as the Quantum Timelock happens - meaning that the GoldenEnding is now an immutable truth, and no further time travel on Archimedes' part can change this.]]

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* InSpiteOfANail: The game introduces the concept of "Quantum Timelocks," events that are designated as immutable truths across all timelines of TheMultiverse. If someone travels back to the past in an attempt to undo an event preserved by the Quantum Timelock, then events will conspire so that the Timelock will still happen anyway. [[spoiler:Archimedes' EvilPlan hinges on the fact that a Timelock was created around the time when Hakuno split themselves with the Regalia, and another one will happen one month afterward. He wants to shut down the Moon Cell and its anti-Velber jammer just as the second Quantum Timelock happens, so a second Velber invasion will become a certainty across all timelines, and he has the month between both Timelocks to travel between timelines so he can make this happen. Ultimately, he is thwarted when Nero and Altera destroy the Ark just as the Quantum Timelock happens - meaning that the GoldenEnding is now an immutable truth, and no further time travel on Archimedes' part can change this. Furthermore, Body Hakuno's HeroicSacrifice at the end of the Dawn arc - destroying themselves to send their memories back to the past - happened just as the Quantum Timelock was starting, so when the Golden Poem arc reaches that point Body Hakuno fades away to preserve the universe's stability.]]

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