What is your opinion on Fate/Zero?
The first Fate/anything that makes you feel the tension of a war and not that teenage drama bullshit. also, Kiritsugu is a good MC with less keikaku and more doori. 10/10
Also, Kiritsugu is the most evil thing there.
entry level garbage
great quality production
Secondaries who don't want to read the original.
Woah, we're not talking about your mom, alright.
A great entry in the series, Rider is the ultimate bro. If I had one criticism, it would be that I didn't like Saber's character arc (although this isn't too big a deal given that so many other characters got some great exposure).
would have been better if you wouldn't know already how the story will end from F/S
>reading the original
How about no. FZ anime-only fags are the worst.
>ftw they will never read FSN unspoiled
I'll concede that, but I imagine you are so neurotypical as to understand the actual gist of my post
What? I always recommend starting by reading F/SN (it's where I started), F/Z is a good entry ("entry" as in "addition") in the series, not a good entry point in the series.
Please tell me English is your second language or that word simply triggered your autism if you misunderstood what he said.
Love it. I like the Kara no Kyoukai movies better though.
Would love to get a hold of the F/Z LN raws though.
Why do you spam the same shit thread all the time, OP?
F/SN is undoubtedly better, but Zero is much easier to get into. Casuals will probably have trouble getting into the medium, especially with the first route's awful pacing.
I don't remember it that well. It had a bad ending. And prequels can end well.
Not as bad as /a/ said it is, not as good as everyone else says it is.
Fuck that shit
It was the best scene. He even says out loud Aionian. Aionian Hetairoi would mean eternal companions, Ionian means companions from Ionia (somewhere in Asia Minor). Why did the translators butcher that?
Autismal bullshit, below even /a/ at its most pleb
This applies equally well to F/SN
will get into it once my japanese is good enough
lots of the stuff isn't even translated...
I guess because
>Alexander the Great
Pretty easy to fuck up.
I'm more sad they didn't have Gil speak more archaically like in the actual Japanese script.
That's pretty tough to translate unless you added a bunch of thees and thous, which always sounds retarded in every scenario without exception.
eh, Ionia Alexander the Great makes some sense, still as a greek, hearing him say Aionian -because muh engreek by nipponese va- while I read Ionian makes me twitch