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* MagnificentBastard: [[WildCard Archer]] manages to have everyone dancing to his tune, even resident MagnificentBitch Caster. That's just how badass he is.


* MagnificentBitch: Caster wasn't exactly a slouch in [[Anime/FateStayNight the DEEN adaptation]], but in this version...HOT DAMN. [[spoiler:Forcing Shirou to give up Saber for Fujimura's life is just the tip of the iceberg.]]


** DOLPHIN! [[labelnote:explanation]]: Episode 22 has the 'mana transfer ritual' between Shirou and Rin, which featured CG dolphins in the DEEN movie adaptation and Realta Nua remake, so many fans have been crying out DOLPHIN in anticipation. They were proven right when ufotable did indeed use more CG dolphins in lieu of the sex scene. Well, mutant dolphins at least...[[/labelnote]]

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** DOLPHIN! DOLPHIN [[labelnote:explanation]]: Episode 22 has the 'mana transfer ritual' between Shirou and Rin, which featured CG dolphins in the DEEN movie adaptation and Realta Nua remake, so many fans have been crying out DOLPHIN in anticipation. They were proven right when ufotable did indeed use more CG dolphins in lieu of the sex scene. Well, mutant dolphins at least...[[/labelnote]]



** Rin is a rhino! [[labelnote:explanation]]: Refers to the OffModel way that noses are drawn throughout the show. Usually attributed to Rin because she appears first.[[/labelnote]]

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** Rin is a rhino! rhino [[labelnote:explanation]]: Refers to the OffModel way that noses are drawn throughout the show. show, ironically in an attempt to be more on-model with the way original character designer Takeuchi draws characters nowadays. Usually attributed to Rin because she appears first.first, plus the obvious name pun.[[/labelnote]]


*** This decision of Archer however, is justified since his goal wasn't merely to just kill Shirou right there and then; it was to completely break his spirit into abandoning the same ideals that made Archer's afterlife a living hell because they betrayed him in the end. [[TheOnlyOneAllowedToDefeatYou That, and he doesn't want anyone else ending up killing Shirou or having to be under someone else's command to kill him: Only ''he'' has the right to do so]].

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*** This decision of Archer however, is justified since his goal wasn't merely to just kill Shirou right there and then; it was to completely break his spirit into abandoning the same ideals that made Archer's afterlife a living hell because they betrayed him in the end. [[TheOnlyOneAllowedToDefeatYou That, and he doesn't want anyone else ending up killing Shirou or having to be under someone else's command to kill him: Only ''he'' *he* has the right to do so]].


*** This decision of Archer however, is justified since his goal wasn't merely to just kill Shirou right there and then; it was to completely break his spirit into abandoning the same ideals that made Archer's afterlife a living hell because they betrayed him in the end. [[TheOnlyOneAllowedToDefeatYou That, and he doesn't want anyone else ending up killing Shirou or having to be under someone else's command to kill him: Only '''he''' has the right to do so]].

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*** This decision of Archer however, is justified since his goal wasn't merely to just kill Shirou right there and then; it was to completely break his spirit into abandoning the same ideals that made Archer's afterlife a living hell because they betrayed him in the end. [[TheOnlyOneAllowedToDefeatYou That, and he doesn't want anyone else ending up killing Shirou or having to be under someone else's command to kill him: Only '''he''' ''he'' has the right to do so]].


** [[ConspicuousCG DOLPHIN!]] [[labelnote:explanation]]: Episode 22 has the 'mana transfer ritual' between Shirou and Rin, which featured CG dolphins in the DEEN movie adaptation and Realta Nua remake, so many fans have been crying out DOLPHIN in anticipation. They were proven right when ufotable did indeed use more CG dolphins in lieu of the sex scene. Well, mutant dolphins at least...[[/labelnote]]

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** [[ConspicuousCG DOLPHIN!]] DOLPHIN! [[labelnote:explanation]]: Episode 22 has the 'mana transfer ritual' between Shirou and Rin, which featured CG dolphins in the DEEN movie adaptation and Realta Nua remake, so many fans have been crying out DOLPHIN in anticipation. They were proven right when ufotable did indeed use more CG dolphins in lieu of the sex scene. Well, mutant dolphins at least...[[/labelnote]]


** Shirou. This is especially evident between viewers who have read the visual novel (they understand him very well and are much more sympathetic to him) vs. new viewers who have been introduced to the ''Fate/Stay Night'' franchise through this anime (where he is borderline TheScrappy to these people). It's not quite as bad as the reception to him from the 2006 anime, but still noticeable. However, for those who watched the 2006 anime first, this is a huge step up from that Shirou.

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** Shirou. Many of his same character traits from the visual novel are present, but many of his inner monologues and some of the complexity of his actions is removed, which can give anime-only viewers a different perception of him. This is especially evident between viewers who have read the visual novel (they understand him very well and are much more sympathetic to him) vs. new viewers who have been introduced to the ''Fate/Stay Night'' franchise through this anime (where he is borderline TheScrappy to these people). It's not quite as bad as the reception to him from the 2006 anime, but still noticeable. However, for those who watched the 2006 anime first, this is a huge step up from that Shirou.



* CatharsisFactor: The momentary slow motion on on Shinji's face while being punched by [[spoiler:Lancer]] was largely unnecessary, but ''very'' appreciated.

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* CatharsisFactor: CatharsisFactor:
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The momentary slow motion on on Shinji's face while being punched by [[spoiler:Lancer]] was largely unnecessary, but ''very'' appreciated. appreciated.
** [[spoiler:Gilgamesh]]'s HumiliationConga leading up to his death feels very well-deserved after [[spoiler:what he did to Illya]].



* MoralEventHorizon: Archer definitely crossed the line when he [[spoiler:left Rin completely helpless so that Shinji could rape her]]. This is more of a case of AdaptationalVillainy, as Archer despite everything [[spoiler:had intentions of protecting her still in the VN. It was stated in the VN that Archer was left with only 10% of his power after his fight against Saber, thus leaving him unable to make a proper stand against Gilgamesh, who got quite a few lines of narration describing his killing intent towards Archer; this makes it understandable that he would have to make the decision to pursue his plan to kill Shirou rather than choosing to get killed quickly by Gilgamesh and still leaving an outcome where Rin gets raped. However, with the anime throwing that entire detail into question due to Archer still being able to materialize Unlimited Blade Works (a reliable counter to the Gate of Babylon) against Shirou, it really makes Archer's actions seem a lot colder by comparison.]]

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* MoralEventHorizon: MoralEventHorizon:
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Archer definitely crossed the line when he [[spoiler:left Rin completely helpless so that Shinji could rape her]]. This is more of a case of AdaptationalVillainy, as Archer despite everything [[spoiler:had intentions of protecting her still in the VN. It was stated in the VN that Archer was left with only 10% of his power after his fight against Saber, thus leaving him unable to make a proper stand against Gilgamesh, who got quite a few lines of narration describing his killing intent towards Archer; this makes it understandable that he would have to make the decision to pursue his plan to kill Shirou rather than choosing to get killed quickly by Gilgamesh and still leaving an outcome where Rin gets raped. However, with the anime throwing that entire detail into question due to Archer still being able to materialize Unlimited Blade Works (a reliable counter to the Gate of Babylon) against Shirou, it really makes Archer's actions seem a lot colder by comparison.]]
** Gilgamesh takes a flying leap over the horizon with [[spoiler:his brutal beatdown and murder of Illya.
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Added DiffLines:

** "Just because you're correct doesn't mean you're right" is pretty much the new "people die when they are killed" in that the ''intention'' is meaningful and works in context ("just because you're factually correct doesn't mean you're doing the right thing"), but the [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment redundant-sounding]] wording turns it into hilarity.


** [[VideoGame/CallOfDuty 360 No Scope!]] [[labelnote:explanation]]In Episode 7, Archer does an MLG-worthy [[EverythingsBetterWithSpinning gratuitous 360-degree spin jump]] right before he pulls his bow out and [[OneHitKO shoots down Caster in one shot]][[/labelnote]]

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** [[VideoGame/CallOfDuty 360 No Scope!]] [[labelnote:explanation]]In Episode 7, Archer does an MLG-worthy [[EverythingsBetterWithSpinning [[SpectacularSpinning gratuitous 360-degree spin jump]] right before he pulls his bow out and [[OneHitKO shoots down Caster in one shot]][[/labelnote]]


*** [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment "Just because you're correct doesn't mean you're right!"]] [[labelnote:explanation]]Shirou's line to Archer at the end of Episode 20.[[/labelnote]]

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*** [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment "Just because you're correct doesn't mean you're right!"]] [[labelnote:explanation]]Shirou's line to Archer at the end of Episode 20. Except, this is only because people THINK it's a DistinctionWithoutADifference, when there is a difference between the two words and their intended meanings.[[/labelnote]]


* CreatorWorship: The studio Creator/{{Ufotable}} recieves this treatment from a lot of fans, [[SugarWiki/VisualEffectsOfAwesome there's a reason why this show called]] [[FanNickName Unlimited Budget Works]].

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* CreatorWorship: The studio Creator/{{Ufotable}} recieves this treatment from a lot of fans, [[SugarWiki/VisualEffectsOfAwesome there's a reason why this show called]] [[FanNickName Unlimited "Unlimited Budget Works]].Works"]].


* CreatorWorship: The studio Creator/{{Ufotable}} recieves this treatment from a lot of fans, just go ask them what does [[FanNickName Unlimited Budget Works]] means.

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* CreatorWorship: The studio Creator/{{Ufotable}} recieves this treatment from a lot of fans, just go ask them what does [[SugarWiki/VisualEffectsOfAwesome there's a reason why this show called]] [[FanNickName Unlimited Budget Works]] means.Works]].


* CreatorWorship: Creator/Ufotable recieves this treatment from a lot of fans, just go ask them what does [[FanNickName Unlimited Budget Works]] means.

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* CreatorWorship: Creator/Ufotable The studio Creator/{{Ufotable}} recieves this treatment from a lot of fans, just go ask them what does [[FanNickName Unlimited Budget Works]] means.



** "[[SugarWiki/VisualEffectsOfAwesome Unlimited Budget Works]]" due to the out-of-this-world animation, which (as of 2014) is arguably the best-looking anime ever broadcast on TV. Some would even go so far as to say it's the best-looking animated television show '''ever''' shown.

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** "[[SugarWiki/VisualEffectsOfAwesome Unlimited Budget Works]]" Works]]". due to the out-of-this-world animation, which (as of 2014) is arguably the best-looking anime ever broadcast on TV. Some would even go so far as to say it's the best-looking animated television show '''ever''' shown.


* FanNickname:
** Unlimited Budget Works, thanks to the high production values.
** Unlimited Food Works due to Episode 4's [[FoodPorn dinner scene]].
** Atomic Gatorade for Atrum Galliasta.

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* FanNickname:
**
CreatorWorship: Creator/Ufotable recieves this treatment from a lot of fans, just go ask them what does [[FanNickName Unlimited Budget Works, thanks to the high production values.
** Unlimited Food Works due to Episode 4's [[FoodPorn dinner scene]].
** Atomic Gatorade for Atrum Galliasta.
Works]] means.



** Also covered in Fan Nickname, "Unlimited Budget Works" due to the out-of-this-world animation, which (as of 2014) is arguably the best-looking anime ever broadcast on TV. Some would even go so far as to say it's the best-looking animated television show '''ever''' shown.

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** Also covered in Fan Nickname, "Unlimited "[[SugarWiki/VisualEffectsOfAwesome Unlimited Budget Works" Works]]" due to the out-of-this-world animation, which (as of 2014) is arguably the best-looking anime ever broadcast on TV. Some would even go so far as to say it's the best-looking animated television show '''ever''' shown.


* WinBackTheCrowd: Episode 24 has won the praise of every VN fan who was dissatisfied with the way the anime was taking things. At the same time, a lot of ''Fate/Zero'' fans were alienated by it due to [[spoiler:Gilgamesh getting his ass kicked by Shirou]]. It really hurts that Gilgamesh has major PopularityPower among [[VocalMinority some very loud]] ''Fate/Zero'' fans.

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* WinBackTheCrowd: Episode 24 has won the praise of every VN fan who was dissatisfied with the way the anime was taking things. At the same time, a lot of ''Fate/Zero'' fans were alienated by it due to [[spoiler:Gilgamesh getting his ass kicked by Shirou]]. It really hurts that Gilgamesh has major PopularityPower among [[VocalMinority some very loud]] ''Fate/Zero'' fans.fans.
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** Caster. Again, the root of the dissatisfaction comes from visual novel readers who feel the show gives viewers a rather [[CardCarryingVillain one-dimensional portrayal]] of her and leaves out a lot of the [[BrokenBird deeper layers]] to her character found in the VN. On the flipside of things there are those who feel that this [[NobleDemon portrayal]] of Caster [[AdaptationExpansion actually paid off on what was only hinted at in the visual novel]], by showing the nature of her first master and the reason for [[EvenEvilHasStandards her]] [[KicktheSonofaBitch betrayal of him]] and [[PettheDog even showing her rescuing his innocent captives.]] Showing her to have sympathetic traits beyond her [[BreaktheCutie tragic backstory]] and her [[EvenEvilHasLovedOnes love for her master.]]

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** Caster. Again, the root of the dissatisfaction comes from visual novel readers who feel the show gives viewers a rather [[CardCarryingVillain one-dimensional portrayal]] of her and leaves out a lot of the [[BrokenBird deeper layers]] to her character found in the VN. On the flipside of things there are those who feel that this [[NobleDemon portrayal]] of Caster [[AdaptationExpansion actually paid off on what was only hinted at in the visual novel]], by showing the nature of her first master and the reason for [[EvenEvilHasStandards her]] [[KicktheSonofaBitch betrayal of him]] and [[PettheDog even showing her rescuing his innocent captives.]] captives]]. Showing her to have sympathetic traits beyond her [[BreaktheCutie tragic backstory]] and her [[EvenEvilHasLovedOnes love for her master.]]master]].



* ContestedSequel: With the Fate/Zero anime adaptation, also done by the same company. While no one is saying either one is bad by any stretch of the word, people hotly debate which is better between the two adaptations.

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* ContestedSequel: With the Fate/Zero ''Fate/Zero'' anime adaptation, also done by the same company. While no one is saying either one is bad by any stretch of the word, people hotly debate which is better between the two adaptations.



** Unlimited Food Works due to Episode 4's [[FoodPorn dinner scene.]]

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** Unlimited Food Works due to Episode 4's [[FoodPorn dinner scene.]]scene]].



* HarsherInHindsight: The show's final shot shows [[spoiler: Shirou traveling to the Middle East to fight for justice as a hero]]. While this was already established [[OlderThanTheyThink as far back as]] ''VideoGame/FateExtra'', it has a much more sobering tone when taking into account the war against ISIS at the time of the show's airing, and how thousands of foreign volunteers were [[EagleSquadron rushing to Iraq and Syria to participate in that conflict]] for purely ideological reasons on both sides. Couple that with the meme of [[spoiler: Archer taking out ISIS]], and you have people [[YouCantFightFate worrying about his future]].

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* HarsherInHindsight: The show's final shot shows [[spoiler: Shirou [[spoiler:Shirou traveling to the Middle East to fight for justice as a hero]]. While this was already established [[OlderThanTheyThink as far back as]] ''VideoGame/FateExtra'', it has a much more sobering tone when taking into account the war against ISIS at the time of the show's airing, and how thousands of foreign volunteers were [[EagleSquadron rushing to Iraq and Syria to participate in that conflict]] for purely ideological reasons on both sides. Couple that with the meme of [[spoiler: Archer taking out ISIS]], and you have people [[YouCantFightFate worrying about his future]].



*** [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment "The Archer class is really made up of archers!"]] [[labelnote:explanation]]Rin to Archer in the prologue episode.[[/labelnote]] (This line made it to the English dub as well.)

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*** [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment "The Archer class is really made up of archers!"]] [[labelnote:explanation]]Rin to Archer in the prologue episode.[[/labelnote]] (This line made it to the English dub as well.)well).



** People comparing the Lancers from here and ''LightNovel/FateZero'', especially after [[spoiler: Cu Chulainn is forced to kill himself like Diarmund was. Cu Chulainn's line "I wouldn't be much of a Heroic Spirit if I died right away from a scratch like this." evokes images of Diarmund being pissed at the implicit insult.]]
** [[Anime/PsychoPass Kougami Eliminated Shinji]] [[labelnote:explanation]]Gilgamesh stuffing Illya's heart into Shinji caused him to swell as if he'd been shot by a Dominator in Eliminator Mode. It's made even better since Gilgamesh and Kougami share the same [[Creator/TomokazuSeki voice actor.]][[/labelnote]]

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** People comparing the Lancers from here and ''LightNovel/FateZero'', especially after [[spoiler: Cu [[spoiler:Cu Chulainn is forced to kill himself like Diarmund was. Cu Chulainn's line "I wouldn't be much of a Heroic Spirit if I died right away from a scratch like this." evokes images of Diarmund being pissed at the implicit insult.]]
** [[Anime/PsychoPass Kougami Eliminated Shinji]] [[labelnote:explanation]]Gilgamesh stuffing Illya's heart into Shinji caused him to swell as if he'd been shot by a Dominator in Eliminator Mode. It's made even better since Gilgamesh and Kougami share the same [[Creator/TomokazuSeki voice actor.]][[/labelnote]]actor]].[[/labelnote]]



* MoralEventHorizon: Archer definitely crossed the line when he [[spoiler: left Rin completely helpless so that Shinji could rape her.]] This is more of a case of AdaptationalVillainy, as Archer despite everything [[spoiler:had intentions of protecting her still in the VN. It was stated in the VN that Archer was left with only 10% of his power after his fight against Saber, thus leaving him unable to make a proper stand against Gilgamesh, who got quite a few lines of narration describing his killing intent towards Archer; this makes it understandable that he would have to make the decision to pursue his plan to kill Shirou rather than choosing to get killed quickly by Gilgamesh and still leaving an outcome where Rin gets raped. However, with the anime throwing that entire detail into question due to Archer still being able to materialize Unlimited Blade Works (a reliable counter to the Gate of Babylon) against Shirou, it really makes Archer's actions seem a lot colder by comparison.]]
* {{Narm}}:

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* MoralEventHorizon: Archer definitely crossed the line when he [[spoiler: left [[spoiler:left Rin completely helpless so that Shinji could rape her.]] her]]. This is more of a case of AdaptationalVillainy, as Archer despite everything [[spoiler:had intentions of protecting her still in the VN. It was stated in the VN that Archer was left with only 10% of his power after his fight against Saber, thus leaving him unable to make a proper stand against Gilgamesh, who got quite a few lines of narration describing his killing intent towards Archer; this makes it understandable that he would have to make the decision to pursue his plan to kill Shirou rather than choosing to get killed quickly by Gilgamesh and still leaving an outcome where Rin gets raped. However, with the anime throwing that entire detail into question due to Archer still being able to materialize Unlimited Blade Works (a reliable counter to the Gate of Babylon) against Shirou, it really makes Archer's actions seem a lot colder by comparison.]]
* {{Narm}}: {{Narm}}:



** In Episode 21, [[spoiler: Shinji being warped and mutated by Illya's heart into the grail core]] is indeed horrific... but then [[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext a bunch of disembodied arms come out of nowhere]] and turn it into a BigBallOfViolence reminiscent of something you'd see from a WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes episode, turning the scene from horror to pure hilarity. And even then, with a ''different'' character it might still have been frightening or disturbing... but in this case, it's ''[[spoiler:Shinji]]'', [[AcceptableTargets so it's 'k]].
* OneSceneWonder: Both [[spoiler: [[VisualNovel/FateHollowAtaraxia Luviagelita Edelfelt]]]] and [[spoiler: [[LightNovel/FateZero Waver Velvet]] (as Lord El Melloi II)]] appear in the last episode of the series during the segment of Rin and Shirou living their lifes in the Clock Tower. The former has one of her classic rivalry scenes with Rin (with a short but well-animated fight scene), while the later has a brief but interesting conversation with Shirou about his ideals. Both cameos were well received by the fans, especially since it revealed to anime-only people what was of [[spoiler: Waver (one of the fan favourites from Fate/Zero) after the end of the 4th Grail War.]]

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** In Episode 21, [[spoiler: Shinji [[spoiler:Shinji being warped and mutated by Illya's heart into the grail core]] is indeed horrific... but then [[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext a bunch of disembodied arms come out of nowhere]] and turn it into a BigBallOfViolence reminiscent of something you'd see from a WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes episode, turning the scene from horror to pure hilarity. And even then, with a ''different'' character it might still have been frightening or disturbing... but in this case, it's ''[[spoiler:Shinji]]'', [[AcceptableTargets so it's 'k]].
* OneSceneWonder: Both [[spoiler: [[VisualNovel/FateHollowAtaraxia Luviagelita Edelfelt]]]] and [[spoiler: [[LightNovel/FateZero [[spoiler:[[LightNovel/FateZero Waver Velvet]] (as Lord El Melloi II)]] appear in the last episode of the series during the segment of Rin and Shirou living their lifes in the Clock Tower. The former has one of her classic rivalry scenes with Rin (with a short but well-animated fight scene), while the later has a brief but interesting conversation with Shirou about his ideals. Both cameos were well received by the fans, especially since it revealed to anime-only people what was of [[spoiler: Waver [[spoiler:Waver (one of the fan favourites from Fate/Zero) ''Fate/Zero'') after the end of the 4th Grail War.]]



** Then there are those who still thought Rin was a much better match with Archer ([[spoiler:even after he betrayed her, kidnapped her and gave her to ''Shinji'']]), although this one has been an FPC since as long as the original VN has existed. [[spoiler: It's ironic because Archer and Shirou are the same person, so in the end Rin's going to end up with him either way. ]]

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** Then there are those who still thought Rin was a much better match with Archer ([[spoiler:even after he betrayed her, kidnapped her and gave her to ''Shinji'']]), although this one has been an FPC since as long as the original VN has existed. [[spoiler: It's [[spoiler:It's ironic because Archer and Shirou are the same person, so in the end Rin's going to end up with him either way. way.]]



* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: Simply put, if you watched LightNovel/FateZero before this and expected Unlimited Blade Works to be a direct followup which gives closure to all of the plot points from the prequel series, you could end up mildly disappointed to say the least. Sakura's [[spoiler: torture by the Matous]] isn't even remotely brought up. Gilgamesh's HiddenDepths and subtle character development from the prequel where he showed himself capable of mercy and even camaraderie with his enemies is nowhere to be seen at all. Illya's past and potential to bond with Shirou as siblings who both shared Kiritsugu as a father is thrown under the bus as [[spoiler: Illya gets brutally killed before she can make any real connection with Shirou]]. Rin does find out that [[spoiler: Kotomine was the one who killed her father]] but at that point, she isn't even allowed a single chance at revenge. The only thing that really carried over from Fate/Zero to this series is Waver and his appearance is very brief to say the least.

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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: Simply put, if you watched LightNovel/FateZero before this and expected Unlimited Blade Works to be a direct followup which gives closure to all of the plot points from the prequel series, you could end up mildly disappointed to say the least. Sakura's [[spoiler: torture by the Matous]] isn't even remotely brought up. Gilgamesh's HiddenDepths and subtle character development from the prequel where he showed himself capable of mercy and even camaraderie with his enemies is nowhere to be seen at all. Illya's past and potential to bond with Shirou as siblings who both shared Kiritsugu as a father is thrown under the bus as [[spoiler: Illya [[spoiler:Illya gets brutally killed before she can make any real connection with Shirou]]. Rin does find out that [[spoiler: Kotomine [[spoiler:Kotomine was the one who killed her father]] but at that point, she isn't even allowed a single chance at revenge. The only thing that really carried over from Fate/Zero to this series is Waver and his appearance is very brief to say the least.



** [[{{StatingtheSimpleSolution}} Rin could just knock him out with Gandr Shot and interrogate him once the student body and teachers are safe.]]

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** [[{{StatingtheSimpleSolution}} Rin could just knock him out with Gandr Shot and interrogate him once the student body and teachers are safe.]]safe]].



* WinBackTheCrowd: Episode 24 has won the praise of every VN fan who was dissatisfied with the way the anime was taking things. At the same time, a lot of ''Fate/Zero'' fans were alienated by it due to [[spoiler: Gilgamesh getting his ass kicked by Shirou.]] It really hurts that Gilgamesh has major PopularityPower among [[VocalMinority some very loud]] ''Fate/Zero'' fans.

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* WinBackTheCrowd: Episode 24 has won the praise of every VN fan who was dissatisfied with the way the anime was taking things. At the same time, a lot of ''Fate/Zero'' fans were alienated by it due to [[spoiler: Gilgamesh [[spoiler:Gilgamesh getting his ass kicked by Shirou.]] Shirou]]. It really hurts that Gilgamesh has major PopularityPower among [[VocalMinority some very loud]] ''Fate/Zero'' fans.

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