In terms of time: His reputation as a "magus killer" and his quest for the Holy Grail, as well as world peace, serve as an intriguing point of conflict in the midst of the struggle between Masters.
Apply now: The Ancient Greek form of tragedy prides itself on dramatic irony; plays such as Oedipus Rex or even Shakespearean plays like Hamlet were all expansions of well-known folk stories.
Indeed, it is the point by which the entire rest of the canon was created from for the better part of two decades. I disagree. Really poor. Babylonia" arc.
For those who are keen for an even better understanding of the Fate universe, try starting where it all began: Example from a week ago. You're not accounting for those who are potentially willing to experience the franchise through other mediums.
Fuck, I began with the VN and I actually think it isn't even that bad - it's rather decent as an anime alone. But of course this is if they are asking or insinuating about anime in the first place. Most arguments surrounding view order have nothing to do with saving the best experiences for last.
Neither you or everyone has to share the same viewpoint as I do. Despite his status as a high school student and amateur magi, one day he encounters Servants Lancer and Saber , with the latter declaring him to be her Master. You can't call it a "disservice" if you're only referring to the selective majority of new fans.
While an anime film of the same name was released in 2010, the 12-episode Unlimited Blade Works TV anime gives fans a better chance to explore the relationship between Tohsaka Rin and Emiya Shirou.
It's arguably the point from which all the spinoffs trace their lore.
I'd argue that if you don't even know better as to what you were spoiled to , then that isn't something that can really even be considered a spoiler. Are you actually getting them into the Fate series or are you just getting them into Zero?
Should that be the case- I will finally admit that I was wrong.