The Subservient Student

And so that’s how an apathetic nobody becomes the ultimate antagonist of the Fate series.

With only 1/3 of the episodes aired for this season, we’re down to 4 masters to this crazy war. I have to say though, for Kirei to suddenly change like that and embrace his darkness was a well-built development considering how Gil gave him the push over the past episodes, even back in season 1.

The question now lies on his plan of action. He is cautious in nature but unlike Tokiomi with his elaborate plans, how does Kirei plan on dealing with the entirety of the war? But I guess, reflecting back on how he did things in Fate/Stay Night, he’ll most probably let Gil do as he pleases and leave him to his devices while he attend to whatever he wishes to do. In this case, prepare his confrontation with Kiritsugu.

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. x
    Apr 29, 2012 @ 21:04:42

    Sigh, the dreaded characters dropping like flies part of the story seem to be in full swing. Not that I didn’t see this coming, but I still dread to see the characters die one by one (regardless of whether I liked them or not). Having said that, this is too good for me to stop watching XD.

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  2. baka~
    Apr 29, 2012 @ 22:02:51

    Despite the animation drop over the past episodes, the content of this series as well as the mood it creates is damn excellent. I too find it hard to drop a series properly made like this.

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