Fate/Zero(1)第四次聖杯戦争秘話 [Dai Yonji Seihai Sensou Hiwa]

Fate/Zero(1)第四次聖杯戦争秘話 [Dai Yonji Seihai Sensou Hiwa]

Gen Urobuchi 武内 崇 / Jun 20, 2019

Fate Zero Dai Yonji Seihai Sensou Hiwa War of the Holy Grail Pursuing the power of the Holy Grail which grants a miracle this is a contest in which seven magi summon seven Heroic Spirits to compete for it In that battle whose conclusion w

  • Title: Fate/Zero(1)第四次聖杯戦争秘話 [Dai Yonji Seihai Sensou Hiwa]
  • Author: Gen Urobuchi 武内 崇
  • ISBN: 9784061389038
  • Page: 413
  • Format: Paperback
  • War of the Holy Grail Pursuing the power of the Holy Grail which grants a miracle, this is a contest in which seven magi summon seven Heroic Spirits to compete for it In that battle whose conclusion was postponed three times, now, the fourth war commenced again Entrusting their dearest wish of victory, the magi joined the battleground called Fuyuki , but amongst theWar of the Holy Grail Pursuing the power of the Holy Grail which grants a miracle, this is a contest in which seven magi summon seven Heroic Spirits to compete for it In that battle whose conclusion was postponed three times, now, the fourth war commenced again Entrusting their dearest wish of victory, the magi joined the battleground called Fuyuki , but amongst them, there was a man who was always alone, and could not find out the meaning behind his fights His name was Kotomine Kirei Not comprehending the guidance of fate, Kirei was lost, and had kept questioning Why someone like his was given the Command Seals However, the fate of his fights crossed Kirei s path with a nemesis by chance That person is Emiya Kiritsugu A man who was sterner than anyone else, merciless than anyone else, and who sought the miracle of the Holy Grail.Merely recited in fragments in Fate Stay Night, this is the Fourth War of the Holy Grail 10 years ago The truth which unfolded behind the battle between Shir s foster father, Rin s father, and the younger Kotomine Kirei, is finally revealed

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      • Gen Urobuchi 武内 崇

        Urobuchi Gen is a Japanese writer for visual novels, light novels, and anime He is known for his dark style, nihilistic themes, and tragic plot twists, earning him the fan nickname Urobutcher Some of his popular works include the 2003 visual novel Saya no Uta, the 2011 anime Puella Magi Madoka Magica, the 2012 anime Psycho Pass, the light novel and anime Fate Zero, and the 2013 2014 Kamen Rider Series Kamen Rider Gaim He currently works at Nitroplus.


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    1. “Fate/Stay Night” is one of those tricky series because it comes from a visual novel – that is to say, it has three different possible endings, and each one is totally different from the last. So when I heard (very late in the game, mind you) that Type-Moon, the original game creators, were writing a set of prequel novels – I was overjoyed, to say the least, and had high expectations. And happily, they didn’t let me down.So now we know a lot of answers already thanks to this first book [...]


    2. For not being an official translation this was really good. I guess the story makes more sense if you've read or watched Fate/Stay Night, but it's a good read anyway.


    3. The fourth Holy Grail War has begun, and seven magi must summon heroes from history to battle each other to the death. Only one magi and hero pair will remain to claim the grail and have their wishes granted! Kiritsugu Emiya was once an assassin but now fights in this war to save the world from those who would destroy it with the grail’s power.Prequel to the Fate/Stay Night series, Fate/Zero explores the events of the fourth Holy Grail War, the one which resulted in the events that lead to FSN [...]


    4. Curiously, I find it difficult to imagine what it might be like to begin here with the Fate universe. Not that it's going to be tough to follow; I just think it would be peculiar and I can't decide whether it would improve Fate/Stay Night or not. Whatever the sequence, Saber and Shirou (via Kiritsugu) are more compelling for this story. The same might be said for Kirei, though he's a subdued danger (fittingly given his servant) except where the resonance with Kiritsugu is made stark.Ideally I wo [...]


    5. I really enjoy this light novel. The volume one is an epilogue of the serie. I was little shock at first because this is really what I was expecting, and with a first volume like that this serie have a good chance to go on the right direction.I am really expecting a lot from this series, let's hope it will maintain the greatness of the original light novel.



    6. This review is for the manga. IDK why so many other reviews are for the novel, as this was the isbn for the manga. I want to read the novel, but atm, I haven't, so here we are.Fate/Zero is one of my favorite anime titles, ever. So I came into this with high expectations. Was it disappointing? Is it worth it? Yes to being worth it, and kind of for being disappointing.The manga closely follows the anime, but seems to skip some things. Not much, but some. The anime shows Waver summoning Rider, and [...]


    7. I really enjoyed this book. I'll be honest, I've already watched the TV adaption of it, and I basically know the end of this story; but there are some fine details that you do miss out on if you don't read the original novel. I couldn't put it down- it still surprises me plot wise. Kudos to the guys who translated the Japanese to English version, it was really professionally done, and I would have thought it was a real official translation from a publishing company.


    8. Interesting start / set-up to the story. I'm not sure how I feel about Kiritsugu wielding Saber (or as a character, for that matter). Irisviel seems like a character with a lot more going on to her than it seems at first. I'm looking forward to her story unfolding. As for Rider's Mage I hope he develops into a more erstwhile character ~ if he's just comedic relief, I'll definitely not care for him.


    9. This is a manga adaption of Fate/Zero, which was originally a light novel series and was also made into an anime. This review is specifically for the Dark Horse publication of the first volume of the manga - it seems to have been combined with reviews for the original light novel, which does not have an official English translation at this point in time and is a completely different piece of media. Also, Fate/Zero is a prequel to Fate/Stay Night. There are a number of fans who think you should c [...]


    10. In fact I felt a little disappointed when reading Fate/ Stay Night, after putting maybe too much expectation on it for such a awesome setting. The plot of F/SN did not depict the Holy Grail War I imagined - which can be dark, anxious and filled with hope, desires, as well as desperation and curses - but merely one side of a high school student who could hardly raise any of my interests. Perhaps this is because its origin was a visual game, but I must say that F/Z did far more better than F/SN. I [...]


    11. This is a novel that tries to answer that age old question -- who would win a fight between King Arthur, Alexander the Great and Gilgamesh? I say "tries to answer" because it takes three more books to resolve the question. But, hey, this isn't the sort of thing that should be rushed./Zero is a prequel to the TypeMoon visual novels /Stay Night and /Hollow Ataraxia, set about a decade earlier and telling of the great cluster-fuck of the Fourth Holy Grail War. The Grail Wars are contests held every [...]



    12. More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog surrealtalvi.wordpress/Fate/Zero stays true to the light novels, providing depth and nuances to the characters with solid illustration work. Although a bit 'talky', the characters aren't dumbed down and the plot of the source material remains intact. Fate/Zero takes place 10 years prior to the events of Fate/stay night, following a group of seven Servants under seven classes (assassin, beserker, archer, lancer, saber, caster, rider).The story begins with I [...]


    13. Fate/Zero is a manga based on the anime and light novel and according to the back cover it is a faithful manga adaptation that also also offers extended scenes and never before scene content. It is also a Dark Horse Manga so I don't see an age rating but if I were to guess this series is rated Teen due to the nature of gladiatorial combat between spirits made flesh until only one is left and the winner gets to claim the Holy Grail.OkayI have alway been a fan of the Fate/Stay Night series so I wa [...]


    14. This is awesome! I'm not an anime watcher (only a manga reader) and this is is a prequel of the light novels and/or a retelling? of the popular anime. Because of this, I did find the beginning a little confusing to get into as I guess you are supposed to already know what is going on from being an anime fan, but once I got it sorted out and understood what the story was about I was hooked. The premise is really cool! I loved the pairing up of people with warriors from history and the plot of the [...]


    15. This abandonment is long overdue; I just can't keep going with this, even for a franchise I love. Urobuchi is, well, Urobuchi, there's barely a likable character among the overwhelming number of men in the cast, the few female characters (unsurprisingly) revolve around men in contrast to the complex and compelling heroines we had in Fate/stay night, and this Saber feels like one of the original's many clones. Nasu's hardly an astounding writer, but two-thirds of Fate/stay night's Holy Grail Wars [...]


    16. 3.5*This was my first journey into the *Fate* world. I must say that I was less than amazed. But, it did make me curious about whether the anime would be better. On that note, this is only the first volume of the F/Z series, so the next might be better. I feel like this would be aimed better at someone who had read *Fate* mangas before or watched one (or more) of the *Fate* anime(s). It really didn't keep my attention as much as I would have liked. It felt like I was thrown into something that h [...]


    17. If you want to know more of Kiritsugu's POV, read this.A lot of things that I didn't understand in anime was explained here:-Why Kiritsugu and Saber didn't team up, like normal 'Master and Servant'.-Waver's character isn't as good as what I thought of him in anime-Tokiomi and Kirei's relationship-Kirei isn't as bad as I thought(view spoiler)[-Sakura is a Tohsaka! (Really. I didn't know that one) (hide spoiler)]-"What was that supposed to mean, Maiya!?"-Kiritsugu <3Now, off to vol. 2!


    18. In Theory, I manga about 7 magicians that summon heroes of the past to battle it out for the Holy Grail sounds amazing the execution was sorely lacking, though. I'm not sure if the author doesn't get it, or is just trying to hard to be cool and edgy, the 'heroes' are too out there, and the main characters too trope-y for this to be too exciting of a story.


    19. Con un interesante guión e historia, esta precuela reune personajes interesantes, aunque con poca profundidad y detalles insuficientes para "conectar". La historia, al ser creativa impacta de manera exterior, pero no lo suficiente para trascender, obviamente es una obra de gran éxito, en un ambiente superficial en el que se vive. Una obra, "promedio" para mi gusto.


    20. I loved this. It was much darker than Fate/Stay. I especially liked the clashing of ideals of the term "king" or "ruler." I would definitely recommend this. Oh, for anime fans who have netflix yeah, this is there.





    21. It goes deeper into characters than the anime did and offers readers better understanding of their motives and backstories. I am very excited to read next three volumes.


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