How is it that someone as famous as Fenrir is not even showed fighting or anything like that, or some people we see we want to see not get screen time in the anime, it's a shame and waste in my opinion, name one or more servant's you think didn't have justice to their name
What's on your mind?
Why is he so op?
In fate/zero, iskandar, Gilgamesh and Artoria discussed about what a king is, in your opinion what do you think a true king should be?
I believe that a true king should care about his subjects while be a beacon of hope and inspiration to them and maybe a little bit greedy sometimes
Where will be the lostbelts after the 5th?
Who are the mages ?
What is the strongest Anti-unit noble phantasm in your thoughts?
To anyone who is a yugioh expert, i'm making a crossover fanfiction and i was hoping for advice of which decks the characters in heavens feel would use in a yugioh world, i already got destiny hero's for shirou
Recently, I read a post on reddit that claimed that Shirou Emiya is the first magician and just doesn’t realize it. I personally don’t believe that is the case, but while trying to come up with a logical reason as to why he isn’t or can not be, I made a few deductions that I would like feedback on.
Firstly, let’s talk about Tracing/Projection. Now, we know that Structural Analysis, Reinforcement, Alteration and Projection are all effectively the same spell. The first is assessing the concepts present in a material. The second is reinforcing those concepts. The third is changing or adding those concepts. The forth is bringing about a concept from nothing. Or... is it? Remember, the actual name of projection is Gradation Air. It isn’t actually using nothing as the base material. It is using air as the base material. That explains why the world rejects his projections even if they are perfect. It is what separates his projections from the noble Phantasms of the heroic spirits, which are also technically fake. If Shirou wanted to make a perfect copy that faces no rejection, he would need to use [nothing] in conjunction with his projections.
Now, moving on to why Shirou can not use the first true magic.
Shirou lives on earth, specifically inside the grand reality marble. Everything he experiences is through the lens of that reality. Space, Ether, the very concept of nothing, is being filtered through the perception of Gaia. Ether is a degraded form of the concept of nothing. True Ether is also a degraded form of the concept of nothing. We know this because grain, which is actually something without any magical input, is toxic to Ether. So, even the purest form of nothing as Gaia sees it, is still not the base concept of nothing. That’s... I could probably make that easier to understand, but I am not quite sure how.
Anyways, it now makes sense why someone needs to reach the root in order to gain the first true sorcery. People can’t properly understand nothing unless they leave the grand reality marble. That requires reaching the root.
I just realized something. When you summon a Servant, isn’t their noble phantasm a copy of the original? The servant is a copy of the heroic spirit after all.
I have a theory about the magical gap between the modern day and the magic from the Age of the Gods and would like some feedback.
The theory comes about from several facts.
1) Formal Craft is a type of magic that is supported by the world, at least to a degree.
2) Magic Users from the Age of the Gods were more powerful.
3) Divine Spirits are definitionally extensions of the world.
4) At the end of the Age of Gods, phantasmal beasts and divine spirits went to the the Reverse Side of the World.
5) Medea uses quick divine words as her form of magic.
Theoretical conclusion: Likely, Magic was a gift from the Gods to Humanity and as the Gods lost power because of the rise of humanity, that form of magic lost power. Eventually, that form of magic devolved into the formal craft that we know today. It is partially supported by the world, but not completely because that magic belongs more to the reverse side of the world.
Heroic Spirits can still use it because they are mystery given form.
I am in love with wolves, so of course I love Fenrir, but if Fenrir was a heroic spirit, then what would Fenrir be and what would Fenrir's abilities based on what we know about Fenrir (and what gender, I am in line to female since it would be great, don't judge me)
Can they feel pain like humans do? Because when they get hit none of them are like, *AHHH THAT HURT* like Gilgamesh in Heaven's Feel II. So, do they feel pain?
For a few weeks now, I have been trying to figure out exactly how much magical energy Shirou Emiya. The visual novels don’t explain things very well and they aren’t very consistent between themselves, so I am using the anime as a baseline plus a little information from the visual novel.
The key here is that Shirou accidentally awakened his circuits for the first time when fighting Caster. He tried to project, Kanshou and Bakuya, two C- Rank Noble Phantasms. He used reinforcement twice before that, once on a pipe and once on himself. So, we know that two projections and some change is more magical energy than he can handle without using his magical circuits. That means a single projection is more than half of his magical energy pool without his circuits unlocked.
Now, it is said that a Non-Magus has roughly twenty five units of magical energy. So that means we can put the cost of projecting one of the married swords at roughly fifteen units of magical energy. (Note: I refuse to use the term Prana or Od. I’m a stubborn asshole.)
When Shirou fought Archer, he projected eight and a half times before he was at his limit.
So, if we multiply the cost of projection by the number of projections he was able to manage, we get a total of 128 magical units of energy in a short time frame.
Dividing his magical energy by the amount of magical energy of an average human gives him slightly over five times the amount of magical energy of the average human. Thus, Shirou Emiya has Rank E- Mana according to the ranking chart.
Canonically, Rin has twenty times the magical energy as a normal human. Thus, Rin Tohsaka has Rank D Mana according to the ranking chart.
Canonically, Archer has Rank B Mana. That means his capacity is twice that of Rin and eight times the capacity of Shirou.
The Mothman is said to be an avian creature that has similarities to other flying creatures seen around the world. Especially similar to ones seen before disasters as death omens. Considering how it doesn't necessarily resemble a moth and has been compared to The Owl Man and The Black-Bird of Chernobyl I wonder if it is actually Gransurg Blackmore. Now hear me out, he has an affinity with birds, especially ravens which are omens of death even his Reality Marble is called Nevermore. Maybe he can be drawn to potential tragedy somehow.
I was wondering if it would be possible for a campaign to be made involving Earth as a parallel plane to Abeir and Toril/Abeir-Toril, but The Earth is one that mirrors Nasu-verse Earth with the supernatural being kept secret by hidden organizations as well as having some characters from Nasu-Verse and is actually the origin of Humans in the D&D setting and The True birth-place of the Gods of Earthly cultures that somehow appear in D&D. The campaign revolves around The Adventurer Party winding up on Earth and consequently being hunted by The Magus Association and/or The Church. It could be based on Pathfinder, Forgotten Realms or 5e D&D with some homebrew here and there if/when necessary.
So I’ve been putting this series off for a while simply because I don’t know in which order to watch it. Can anyone help me out??
HOLY SHIT AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH TSKUIHIME REMAKE
When I think of the new anime Demon Slayer, it could potentially be crossed over in a story with Nasu-verse. Both universes have breathing that can be used to achieve superhuman and supernatural feats. The Demons could be explained as a result of a daemonic infection that turns people into monsters. I think the only difference with the breathing technique in Kimetsu no Yaiba is that it adapts both the physical body and metaphysical body.
Have any of you heared of peter stumpp, the werewolf of bedburg?
If so, if he was a servant of fgo what class would he be in?
I was thinking of berserker or caster