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Jun 30th 2015 at 7:57:57 AM •••

So... the page needs to be split. Wanna go with Humans and Servants like in Fate/stay night?

Aug 30th 2013 at 3:15:35 AM •••

My Name Is Not Durwood is no longer a trope. Is there a trope for this?

  • My Name Is Not Durwood: Shirley called him "Kerry" because she found his real name too much of a hassle to remember. He didn't really like being addressed as such.

Jul 7th 2012 at 10:48:06 AM •••

I took it to the FSN thread Cherry Lover. If you or someone else doesn't address my response I'm going to put it back and if it's replaced you'll just be edit warring again.

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Sep 2nd 2012 at 2:59:45 PM •••

I can't even find the discussion in question,and I was away from the forum when you posted this. I've edited it back on the basis that you deliberately avoided actually discussing it with me, and instead took a one-sided "discussion" on the forum as evidence that you are right.

Since you might not reply on the forum, I'll post my reasoning here instead. The entry for Living Macguffin states "The Living MacGuffin isn't an inanimate MacGuffin made flesh (that's MacGuffin Girl), or a kidnapped Damsel in Distress or President's Daughter; what the Living MacGuffin is is a character who is quite free, in little to no danger, desperately sought after and out of the hero's reach." Sakura is not free (Helen of Troy was, because she chose to go to Troy), and is definitely in distress.

Further, she exists in Fate/Zero because she is a main character in FSN. You can't look at the two series in isolation, because they're not.

If anyone is a "Living MacGuffin" for Kariya, it would be Aoi. She fits the description far better than Sakura does, and Kariya's reasoning does ultimately revolve around her, not Sakura.

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