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An amazing conclusion!



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One more thing since you are watching Index II. The Daihaseisai arc (episodes 8-13) is known amongst the fandom for being a weak arc due to the fact that the adaptation is overall poor, and the animation quality decreases as the arc goes on (JC Staff probably siphoned off the animation budget onto the later arcs which were adapted and animated very well). As such, I thought I would warn you to go into it with low expectations so that you can at least enjoy the arc.
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that awkward when you read the word moment even though it wasn't there
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hiss13 wrote:

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One more thing since you are watching Index II. The Daihaseisai arc (episodes 8-13) is known amongst the fandom for being a weak arc due to the fact that the adaptation is overall poor, and the animation quality decreases as the arc goes on (JC Staff probably siphoned off the animation budget onto the later arcs which were adapted and animated very well). As such, I thought I would warn you to go into it with low expectations so that you can at least enjoy the arc.
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Let me make one thing clear: Even though I dropped the series that doesn't mean I can't joke about it or make fun of (In a friendly way anyway)! I'm not a straight out hater, but I still think the series is over-rated and not the best out there. You like it, that's fine with me. I'm not gonna force you to hate it or anything. Even if there are times I appear that I'm a big hater, it's still a comic/manga/cartoon/anime. You don't have to take it seriously!


As for Index, it's obvious what the arc is all about...

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while playing Fate/Extra (again) i noticed two things
1. the death game theme feels a lot like SAO
2. in the library at the literature section there's a book about "sparkly vampires"

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Aimed at juniors, what class Xy?
(Back off my CASTER grrrrr)
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hiss13 wrote:
One more thing since you are watching Index II. The Daihaseisai arc (episodes 8-13) is known amongst the fandom for being a weak arc due to the fact that the adaptation is overall poor, and the animation quality decreases as the arc goes on (JC Staff probably siphoned off the animation budget onto the later arcs which were adapted and animated very well). As such, I thought I would warn you to go into it with low expectations so that you can at least enjoy the arc.


I know I'm not the one being asked this, but I thought the arc had a good Idea and concept and all...it just felt like it streched out for too long and there was a mood dissonace/whiplash with me. I haven't read the novel version of this (I just began reading after season 2 and plan to reread arcs once I catch up to NT) so I can't say about what J.C. staff did adaption wise, but year the animation sort of fluxuates a bit at parts (for me its worse on the last arc)...



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As for Index, it's obvious what the arc is all about...

Bowiing~


My friend, you merely have seen a fraction of it...


Unrelated:

THIS WEEK'S ONE PIECE WAS AWESOME!!IMHO anyway




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Aimed at juniors, what class Xy?


it's for upperclassmen
and now I'm using Archer, though I already finished the game with every servant

Fate/ related mot

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Curious if anyone could have a servant what class and which Historic figure,

Joan of Arc was already done so

LANCER- Yukimura Sanada
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just look at what weapons they use and what type of personality

you can determine class pretty much by that
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Taroni wrote:

Curious if anyone could have a servant what class and which Historic figure,

Joan of Arc was already done so

LANCER- Yukimura Sanada





well I think there are at least 2 things consider

1. - what is the special attribute of each class

2. - how do you decide which historical figure matches which class


what about a Fate/Sengoku game? all classes have a historical figure from the Warring States Era.

Rider = Maeda Keiji (he had Matsukaze)

Castor = Nobunaga Oda, Lady Noh, or maybe even Oichi?
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Nah they got to be from different eras (though some from same era) and sometime reality, like Cu Chullan and Hercules, that is what made Fate so good

Can't link and posting all 7 classes attribute would need 7 pics at least




Here is a simple description -
Saber: Servants placed within this class are agile and powerful melee warriors. It is commonly assumed to be the best class overall, with high ratings in all categories. It is one of the three Knight classes, together with Lancer and Archer and also possesses the Riding skill like the Rider class.

-Lancer: Servants placed within this class are very agile and skilled with long-range melee weapons, such as spears, lances, etc. It is one of the three Knight classes, together with Archer and Saber.

-Archer: Servants placed within this class are usually proficient with projectiles and can survive longer without a Master nearby, thanks to their special ability Independent Action; the strongest Archers can be difficult to control at times, in fact, due to their near-total independence from their "Masters". It is one of the three Knight classes, together with Lancer and Saber.

-Rider: Servants placed within this class place emphasis upon speed and powerful Noble Phantasms, which often include their mounts. Their special skill is Riding, which allows them to fully utilize abilities of their mounts (which can range from simple horses to mechanical vehicles to divine or supernatural creatures.).

Caster: Servants placed within this class are adept in magecraft and have a special ability akin to Reality Marble, called Territory Creation, which alters or creates space around them to enhance their sorcery.

Assassin: Servants placed within this class are always, as a rule, one of the 19 Hassan i Sabbah, the leaders of the clan of the Hashshashins who passed their name down (although this rule does not hold absolutely true in the Fate/Extra reality). The Assassin in Fate/stay night summoned by Caster is an exception, an aberration in the system, as he was summoned by another Servant. This rule comes from how the word "assassin" itself finds its etymological roots in that clan. The Assassins' special ability is Presence Concealment, which allows them to remain undetected. Offset by their stealth is their weak combat skills. Due to this, Assassins often target Masters instead of Servants.

Berserker: Servants placed within this class are always heroes who have gone berserk in their lifetime. This trait allows them to use the special ability Mad Enhancement, which trades their consciousness (i.e. sanity) for a large power boost. Most Masters are incapable of controlling their Servant once Mad Enhancement has been activated, which eventually results in their death.
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