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Fate/EXTRA (フェイト/エクストラ, Feito/ekusutora) is a Japanese Dungeon Role Playing Game for PlayStation is known for her role in defeating the Spanish Armada, which gave rise to the Age of Exploration for England. .. Release Date Edit. Fate/Zero is a Japanese light novel written by Gen Urobuchi, illustrated by Takashi Takeuchi, . subtitles, including Korean, Chinese (traditional and simplified), English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish. believing Fate/Zero as "one of the most visually impressive TV series to date" and praised the " smooth animation. After three unsettled battles for the mystical Holy Grail, an artifact that grants a miracle to those who hold it, a fourth war begins. Watch trailers & learn more.
Meanwhile, Kiritsugu's greatest opponent appears in the form of Kirei Kotomine, a priest who is trying to discover his true nature in his quest to find the Holy Grail, which are revealed to be monstrous and full of hate.
He sets his sights on Kiritsugu as a kindred spirit and possible answer to the emptiness he feels. Towards the conclusion, the limitations of the "Holy Grail" are found to be in the fact that, while omnipotent in its wish-granting abilities, it is not omniscientand therefore depends on the victor's knowledge and methods to determine the way by which the wish is carried out.
And, to make things worse, the last war fought over the Grail has left it corrupted. Rather than focusing on happy endings, he embraced more the tragedy genre. After a discussion involving Takashi TakeuchiUrobuchi felt that his career was going on a good road as he could finally write the story he wanted.
Already by writing the first volume, Urobuchi planned the series to end by its fourth volume. During this illness, Nasu became impressed by Urobuchi's writing in the novel.
Ideas like Saber being lectured by Gilgamesh and Alexander gave him a bigger impact. As Kiritsugu's wife, Irisviel plays the role of facilitating communication between these two, who do not talk to each other. The distanced and ultimately dark relationship between Kiritsugu and Saber caused by the former's actions in the story led to Urobuchi and Nasu change some early drafts in the story.
This was in order to create a more coherent relationship between Saber and Shiro Emiya in the original visual novel as during the finale Kiritsugu adopts the child. Nasu was in charge of the use of magic rather than attempting to use real occultism. The ending of the novels brought Urobuchi difficulties to write as he wanted it to distance it from typical stories but in the end decided to follow his own type of writing.
The third volume was released on July 27, The first volume was released on December 12, and the fourth and final volume was released on December 29, Both Natalia and Kiritsugu successfully eliminated their targets.
However, Vorzak was concealing bees in his body, which turn all the passengers and flight crew into Ghouls, forcing Natalia to secure herself in the cockpit and await for Kiritsugu to carry out his plan. As her plane drew closer to New York, Natalia and Kiritsugu talked via radio, reminiscing about the time they spent together and the bond they shared.
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When her plane was in view, Kiritsugu used a Stinger to blow up the plane in order to prevent a citywide infestation. Before he pulled the trigger, he told her he was glad to have her as his mother. Kiritsugu then collapsed in grief over losing another loved one. She gives her husband the scabbard Avalon and asks him to bring their daughter Illya to see Japan once the War is over. Learning from Maiya that Saber has gone to battle Rider, Kiritsugu assigns Maiya to protect his wife while he goes to assassinate Tokiomi.
Meanwhile, Waver heads to the forest where he summoned Rider in order to replenish his mana before Rider's intended fight with Saber, whom he wishes to battle to set her straight on what it means to be a king.
Iri talks with Maiya about the latter's past as a child soldier and implores her to live her own life after the war. She then tells Maiya of her wish that this war will be the last so that Illya can live a normal life. In the interval, Rider attacks Iri and Maiya. Kiritsugu uses a Command Seal to order Saber to return to the storehouse, where she finds Maiya injured and Iri abducted by Rider, prompting her to give chase on her motorcycle.
On reaching the storehouse, Kiritsugu finds the dying Maiya and comforts her in her last moments through his own tears. Meanwhile, Kiritsugu investigates that Rider is not responsible for attacking Iri and Maiya, leading him to conclude that Kariya was behind his wife's kidnapping. He tortures Kariya's brother Byakuya concerning Kariya's whereabouts. Kariya is revealed to be working with Kirei, who made a deal with Kariya to kidnap Iri using Berserker's For Someone's Glory, in order to disguise himself as Rider, in return for the restoration of the two Command Seals this consumed and the promise of a duel with Tokiomi at the church.
Saber later has a duel with Rider and destroys Rider's Gordius Wheel before departing. Kariya attempts to explain the situation and places blame on Tokiomi for his treatment of her and Sakura, but Aoi reprimands him for misunderstanding her and showing no love to anyone.
Kariya snaps and strangles Aoi in a mental breakdown. By the time he comes to his senses, she is lying motionless on the floor. As Kariya stumbles out of the church in despair, Archer and Kirei are shown to have been watching from the balcony, enjoying the tragedy as it unfolded. However, Glen notes that he and Martha are aware that Waver is not related to them, but still enjoyed his and Rider's company. In Caster's lair, Iri is interrogated by Kirei, who believes he is like Kiritsugu, but Iri states that an empty man like Kirei has nothing in common with Kiritsugu, who is fighting for the Grail to wish for eternal world peace.
Disappointed, Kirei snaps Iri's neck, rendering her in a coma, and vows to destroy Kiritsugu's dream. Later that night, Waver and Rider see magical flares sent up near the theater, meant to lure them into a duel with Archer.
As Rider summons his horse Bucephalus, Waver decides to use all of his Command Seals to give Rider the power he needs to win and conquer the world, as he feels he is no longer worthy of being his Master. Instead, Rider tells Waver he considers him a friend and wants him to ride with him into battle. Kiritsugu and Saber sees the flares as well, aware they are a trap meant to gather the remaining Masters and Servants in the same area. Having sent out the flares, Kirei prepares for his fight with Kiritsugu, sending Berserker to deal with Saber and Archer to face off with Rider.
Meanwhile, Iri's soul awakens inside the Holy Grail. Meanwhile, Waver and Rider encounter Archer on the bridge. As they share a final toast before their duel, Rider asks Archer to join forces with him and conquer the world and beyond, but Archer politely declines. Saber manages to destroy Berserker's gun, but is startled to find he knows the exact length of her cloaked sword.
She is shocked and devastated when Berserker's true identity is revealed to be Sir Lancelot, one of her most trusted knights. At the same time, a dying Kariya begins hallucinating due to his guilt over strangling Aoi.
Rider summons Ionian Hetairoi and charges at Archer, but Archer pulls out his sword Ea and uses his Noble Phantasm called Enuma Elish, which causes a massive rip in space-time, destroying Ionian Hetairoi and sending them back into the real world. After Waver agrees to be Rider's retainer, Rider removes Waver from his horse and orders him to live on and pass down the tale of his final battle.
Archer kills Rider with Ea and states that he respects Rider as his equal before the latter passes away. In admiration of his loyalty to Rider, Archer spares Waver's life and departs, leaving Waver in mourning.
Kiritsugu finally meets Kirei, who has laid out his wife's body on the theater's stage. As Kiritsugu and Kirei both prepare to deliver the finishing blow to the other, a black ooze pouring from the Grail crashes through the ceiling and covers them. Kiritsugu finds himself in an illusory world where the Grail, taking the form of Iri, tells him he is worthy of using it to make a wish, making Kiritsugu the winner of the war.
However, Kiritsugu is shocked to find that the Grail has been corrupted, and watches it deconstruct his belief in killing the few for the sake of the many and being told no one can "save the world" and end conflict without killing off all of humanity. The Grail attempts to convince Kiritsugu to make his wish by assuming the forms of both Iri and Illya and promising he will be together with them again at the cost of everyone else.
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However, Kiritsugu rejects the Grail, declaring he will not sacrifice the rest of humanity for the sake of his personal happiness. For this, he is cursed by the Grail, shortening his lifespan. Back outside, Kirei scolds Kiritsugu for refusing the Grail and wasting the wish.
Kirei pleads with Kiritsugu to give the wish to him so that he may find the meaning of his existence, but Kiritsugu shoots him. Saber soon arrives at the Grail's stage and encounters Archer, who demands that she surrender and devote herself to him as his wife.
Kiritsugu appears in the middle of their exchange and, to the horror of both Servants, uses his two remaining Command Spells to force Saber to destroy the Grail with Excalibur, effectively killing Iri.
Kariya is seen leaving his basement to finally reunite Sakura with Rin, but in reality, he collapses down the stairs and is consumed by the crest worms below, leading Sakura to accept her fate. Kirei awakens to see that the Grail has resurrected him and granted Archer a mortal body. Seeing that his wish of destruction and tragedy has come true, Kirei laughs hysterically at his own lack of humanity, but he seeks to fully understand his desire for more, and Archer agrees to follows him.
In the aftermath of the destruction of the Grail, Kirei briefly notices Kiritsugu desperately searching for survivors in the burning rubble, and becoming overjoyed to find a young boy named Shirou still alive. The next day, Waver asks Glen and Martha to let him stay with them a while longer as he earns money to travel around the world and find his own path.
After presiding over Tokiomi's funeral, Kirei meets Rin and her mother Aoi, who has survived but suffered severe brain damage and does not comprehend that her husband is dead and Sakura is gone.