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* CrowningMomentOfAwesome: Saber destroying the Dementors.



* SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome: Saber destroying the Dementors.



* WhatAnIdiot: Assassin's response to the first Command Spell task she's given by her Master:[[spoiler:attack Rin, now a Professor at Hogwarts without informing Assassin about any of Rin's skills, attributes or even her assistants, all [[BreakTheHaughty because Rin wounded Draco's pride by reprimanding his bigotry]].]] When she understandably fails (though not for lack of trying), she reams him out for [[FailureIsTheOnlyOption sending her on a fool's errand.]]

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* WhatAnIdiot: Assassin's response to the first Command Spell task she's given by her Master:[[spoiler:attack Rin, now a Professor at Hogwarts without informing Assassin about any of Rin's skills, attributes or even her assistants, all [[BreakTheHaughty because Rin wounded Draco's pride by reprimanding his bigotry]].]] When she understandably fails (though not for lack of trying), she reams him out for [[FailureIsTheOnlyOption sending her on a fool's errand.]]]]
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* HilariousInHindsight: Thanks to ''VideoGame/FateGrandOrder'', some of the servants that were added now fall under this trope.
** Lancelot is depicted as a Saber with his black armor from ''Zero''. His Saber version debuts in ''Grand Order''...with ''white'' armor.
** Rider is implied to be the Headless Horseman. ''Grand Order'' has Hessian Lobo, an Avenger, who is a CompositeCharacter of the Horseman and Lobo from Seton's ''Animals I Have Known''...go by the alias "''Rider'' of Shinjuku".


** Lancelot because he's so ashamed of his affair with the Queen and fearing to fight Artoria - because she can be here only by invocation, so she must be a Servant.

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** Lancelot because he's so ashamed of his affair with the Queen Guinevere and fearing to fight Artoria - because she can be here only by invocation, so she must be a Servant.


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** The reason why Harry envied Saber so much? Lancelot was loved by someone. Maybe it was morally wrong to have an affair with a married woman who also was his ''queen'', but Lancelot was actually, genuinely loved by one person.


* TearJerker: Lancelot and Artoria's mutual anguish when each one realizes the other is also here, Lancelot because he's so ashamed of his affair with the Queen and fearing to fight Artoria - because she can be here only by invocation, so she must be a Servant - and Artoria's utter horror at the possibility of Lancelot being made into a rabid war machine, then her heartbreak because he forgot she actually forgave him in the Fourth Holy Grail War.

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* TearJerker: Lancelot and Artoria's mutual anguish when each one realizes the other is also here, here:
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Lancelot because he's so ashamed of his affair with the Queen and fearing to fight Artoria - because she can be here only by invocation, so she must be a Servant - and Servant.
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Artoria's utter horror at the possibility of Lancelot being made into a rabid war machine, machine when she sees him in his dark armor, then her heartbreak because he forgot she actually forgave him in the Fourth Holy Grail War.

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* TearJerker: Lancelot and Artoria's mutual anguish when each one realizes the other is also here, Lancelot because he's so ashamed of his affair with the Queen and fearing to fight Artoria - because she can be here only by invocation, so she must be a Servant - and Artoria's utter horror at the possibility of Lancelot being made into a rabid war machine, then her heartbreak because he forgot she actually forgave him in the Fourth Holy Grail War.

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* CrowningMomentOfAwesome: Saber destroying the Dementors.
* WhatAnIdiot: Assassin's response to the first Command Spell task she's given by her Master:[[spoiler:attack Rin, now a Professor at Hogwarts without informing Assassin about any of Rin's skills, attributes or even her assistants, all [[BreakTheHaughty because Rin wounded Draco's pride by reprimanding his bigotry]].]] When she understandably fails (though not for lack of trying), she reams him out for [[FailureIsTheOnlyOption sending her on a fool's errand.]]

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