Fate/Zero 12

Fate/Zero

D’aaaaaaaaaaw Irisviel ;_;

I will be sad to see her go. Also, this makes me realize Saber makes for a very good bodyguard. She really is not suited to be a King :P.

On the other hand…

Fate/Zero

Looks like Gil’s corruption of Kirei has finally succeeded. God damn that fellow. He’s such an asshole yet he makes so much sense!

7 Comments

  1. MasterDragonKnight Said,

    December 18, 2011 @ 11:14 pm

    Gilgamesh: Join me, Kirei, and I will complete your training. Then we can rule the Grail War as Master and Servant!

  2. ewok40k Said,

    December 19, 2011 @ 12:40 am

    d’aawwww Iris is too good to go… anyway Saber X Iris make such a great pairing…
    Archer recruiting new master was pretty epic in its own twisted way.

  3. DmonHiro Said,

    December 19, 2011 @ 2:55 am

    From what I understand, Gil was already being corrupted himself. I believe it’s because he was such a huge presence in the grail that it affected him first. All in all, he’s not really such a bad guy, and doesn’t really have any evil intentions, it’s just that he’s not quite himself. If you’ve seen FS/N, you can see that he’s much more “evil” in that, because the corruption advanced even further.

  4. Random_Passerby_Number_612 Said,

    December 19, 2011 @ 3:37 am

    Gil is completely unaffected by the Grail. He can’t be corrupted in F/Z since Servants don’t even know what exactly the Grail is, not to mention having any presence in it. He isn’t corrupted in F/SN, either, and has stated himself that as the king who had ruled the world he cannot allow a mere curse affect him. And while he may appear “evil” from a modern perspective, he indeed fits the Chaotic Good template. He does what he deems best for everyone. And if he decides that this world is better off being flooded by a living curse then so be it – he is the king of everything so it’s up to him to decide such matters. From the point of view of the supreme king who owns all and rules all, such behavior actually makes sense.

  5. Roarke Said,

    December 19, 2011 @ 4:08 am

    That was a damn powerful scene… it really made me feel the gap between F/Z’s Kirei, riddled with torment and questions regarding himself, and the F/SN’s Kotomine, that epic bastard we know and love.

  6. Kryptik Said,

    December 19, 2011 @ 4:24 am

    Gilgamesh, truly the first Magnificent Bastard.

  7. Mentar Said,

    December 19, 2011 @ 6:18 am

    I really love this show, and I’ll continue to watch all eps right after they come out… but to be really honest, this episode made me remember a song from Elvis Presley.

    “A little less conversation, a little more action please…”

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