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Black/White represents former relationships like Rin and Sakura being This will be one way relationships so for Shirou it towards Sakura it. However, there is also a third side to Rin that only Emiya Shirou has seen: her luckiest protagonist in the universe due to his relationship with Rin especially. Saber's relationship with Shirou is better suited to a more sibling . time for Saber as Fate did, since you're constantly talking to her, not Rin.
Saber, Taiga and Rider are the " unlucky " bystanders. Too Dumb to Live: He dies once because he literally forgot that he could use Projection despite including it in his plans and jumping out of cover. Took a Level in Jerkass: Shirou is noticeably more snippy and perverted than his original counterpart.
He attributes it to dealing with his bizarre living situation when Caster points it out, though Avenger's influence is the real cause. Ripple Effect-Proof Memory allows Shirou's repeated deaths to become big advantages. Just see Awesomeness by Analysis above.
You would think being a magus would prevent him from being this. Despite being one of the most powerful Masters of the war, with the Servants all peaceful, Shirou spends his days simply talking with them, or even teaching them about every day life. There ARE limits to what he can take though, especially considering that his Unwanted Harem can be pretty scary. Bazett Fraga McRemitz Voiced by: While the Grail War appears to be going on and she is fighting other Masters and Servants who seem completely unrelated to the main cast, she is also working to both destroy the black wolf monster familiars and discover the identity of the magus who she feels is attempting to disrupt the Grail War.
That said, Bazett appears confused as to why Avenger is her Servant and does not remember summoning him, though as a properly qualified Master she knows he is her Servant. Throughout Ataraxia, Bazett undergoes four day loops assuming she is not killed before then, in which case she merely revives at the same starting point anyway.
When awakening, she always feels extremely sick, but considers it a fair trade for the ability to cheat death. She has quite the unique relationship with Avenger as well, whom she has both utter faith in and expects to betray her.
As a member of the Association, she has low standing, talent and reputation except in the art of combat, in which she is justifiably confident in her ability to go up against Servants both in sheer physical combat and through a special hidden technique. She's had a huge crush on Lancer since she was a child. Not that we blame her. The whole reason she wanted to participate in the Grail War in the first place was to summon Lancer. And most of her life was spent gearing her for the Grail War, even though she probably wouldn't have a chance to participate.
Her confident demeanor hides deep insecurities and self-loathing. The suit is supposedly to make her appear more like a man to aid in her duties, but men aren't often so cute.
Speaking of things that hurt the Bifauxnen image, she's quite well endowed, and true to the trope, she's also a master fighter even by magi standards. Avenger purposely got a rise out of her by Lampshading this very trope in his unique Token Evil Teammate style. Got enough muscles in those shoulders to support that chest of yours? For somebody not using them at allthey're friggin' huge, y'know?
Hey, it kept her alive — don't knock it. But then shockingly subverted at the last second when Angra Mainyu reveals to her that he saved her life in accordance with the wish she made as she lay dying and, with Caren's help, kept her alive for the last six months. Once the loop of four days ends, she returns to her body, and to life, at last.
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Like Sion from Melty Bloodshe is a socially awkward, purple haired young woman from a fallen noble family in the magic association who has half-requited feelings for the protagonist and uses relics to make up for her relative lack of magical ability.
This is more of a setting trope, but it's worth mentioning here since the four day loop is being maintained by Avenger to keep her alive, after all.
Now has only her right arm, after Kotomine cut off the left one. She gets a new magic arm from somewhere or another soon after she wakes up. Averted, she only has a finite amount of Fraga rachs in her possession, so she has to plan how to efficiently use them in battle. Of course, because of the loop, she gets a new supply with each new life.
Until she learns to control it, then she'll be on par of Ciel from Tsukihime. She's not without her comical moments, but contrasting with the rest of the visual novel playing out as a lighthearted Slice of Life story, her story is much darker with her backstory and struggle in the Grail War.
Love Before First Sight: Bazett's had a big crush on Lancer since her childhood. She hadn't actually met him or anything - she was just a big fan of the Ulster Cycle. The side of her that wears cat pajamas and dresses up like a Magical Girl; the side of her that goes on pool dates with the hero. Despite always trying to uphold the Tohsaka family motto of always being elegant, Rin is also rather clumsy at times, especially in the morning.
Fate/Stay Night and Typemoon in General
Undoubtedly, Shirou is one of the most luckiest protagonist in the universe due to his relationship with Rin especially. Furthermore, Rin is rather hotheaded and adamant; however that is one of her more admirable qualities. Her will is the type that won't be shaken by anyone, and she ultimately makes sure that she gets her way.
Perhaps due to these fiery qualities of hers, she doesn't get along at all with the Edelfelt family daughter, Luviagelita Edelfelt. Rin is indeed a prodigious magus, which is a fact that undeniably cannot be changed. Other than sustaining the honor of being one of the apprentices of the Great Sorcerer Zelretch, Rin also was accepted into the esteemed Clock Tower Academy in London for further studies in magic and magecraft.
Hence, Rin also is very prideful and honorable, however she is careful to not take it overboard most of the time. At a very young age, she began her magical training as a Tohsaka magus shortly after her younger sister, Sakura, was adopted by the Matou magi.
It truly was unfair to forcefully send over their daughter to the Matou, however Tokiomi and Aoi Tohsaka, their parents, had other issues. These issues, another word for the Fourth Holy Grail War of Fuyuki, ultimately led to Tokiomi's death by treachery, and Aoi and Kariya Matou's mental deterioration, and ultimately, their deaths as well.
The true irony behind all of this was that Kirei Kotomine, the fake priest who had accidentally survived the Fourth Holy Grail War, as well as the killer of his own father, Irisviel von Einzbern, and even Tokiomi Tohsaka, was indeed the one who helped raise Rin for more than ten years. Yet, though Rin never knew the truth about Kirei, she did keep it a habit to not ask for assistance from him unless it was a dire need, such as the time in Heaven's Feel where Shirou received a transplant of Archer's arm after losing his, and when Sakura needed the Crest Worm that Zouken had placed in her removed.
Anyways, though Rin had been separated from Sakura for nearly their whole lives, Rin always looked out for Sakura in school, unbeknownst to her biological sister. Sakura had actually forgotten their relationship, and simply looked up to her as a senpai. Though this changes towards the end of the three routes and in Hollow Ataraxia, the relationship between these two and how Shinji Matou comes in between is truly interesting.
Furthermore, though Rin subconsciously pays attention to Sakura in school, she believes that though the two were originally born from the same womb, they were not sisters any longer due to the fact that Sakura was handed over to the Matous and ultimately became the heir to a magical style completely different to that of the Tohsakas. Though many aspects of both of their pasts are regrettable to say the least, the truth is that both of the sisters, or at least Rin Tohsaka, does not regret its actions one bit.
In the end, all Rin strives for is perfection; her ultimate end goal, the ultimate destination for all Magi: And for assurance, she will ensure that nobody will get in the way of her doing so. Heaven's Feel Oh gosh, I loved this scene almost as much as I loved the route altogether. Heaven's Feel, though not my ideal route, was indeed the best due to its dark turns and twisted storyline compared to the relatively lighter Fate and Unlimited Blade Works routes.
I suppose that's why you never choose Sakura. Anyway, this scene truly was heartbreaking as well as heartwarming; both Sakura and Rin's characters developed so incredibly and dare I say, even flawlessly, in this route, and this one moment revealed Rin's true colors: Rin, who had the upper hand in battle against Sakura with her imitation Gem Sword, ultimately chose to sacrifice her life to save her sister's, and let her sister strike her with a blow that was fatal I myself couldn't help but shed a tear, however I wasn't sure whether it was out of happiness or sorrow.