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[[File:Fate Hollow Ataraxia 109.JPG|thumb|Fate/Zero poster in Fate/hollow Ataraxia]]
 
[[File:Fate Hollow Ataraxia 109.JPG|thumb|Fate/Zero poster in Fate/hollow Ataraxia]]
 
The project began when Nitro+ writer, Gen Urobuchi, met with [[Kinoko Nasu]] and Takashi Takeuchi. Takeuchi suggested a prequel proposal to Urobuchi, who had been experiencing writer's block while attempting to write a happy story. Urobuchi, who was known for his tragic stories, agreed to become the writer for the project. Though Urobuchi is the writer for the series, the project was supervised by Kinoko Nasu, who looked over the draft for the new characters and the plot.
 
The project began when Nitro+ writer, Gen Urobuchi, met with [[Kinoko Nasu]] and Takashi Takeuchi. Takeuchi suggested a prequel proposal to Urobuchi, who had been experiencing writer's block while attempting to write a happy story. Urobuchi, who was known for his tragic stories, agreed to become the writer for the project. Though Urobuchi is the writer for the series, the project was supervised by Kinoko Nasu, who looked over the draft for the new characters and the plot.
The latter thought that even if the end is very dramatic, the current end of  ''Fate/stay night'' would not be affected thanks to the fact that Emiya Kiritsugu's life is a prequel. While he was already writing the first volume, Urobuchi had planned the series to end with the fourth volume.
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In ''[[Fate/hollow ataraxia]]'', there was teaser poster of ''Fate/Zero'' in one of the background images. It is confirmed in the postface of Fate/Zero Volume 1 that the first volume was already complete by the time Hollow Ataraxia released.
 
In ''[[Fate/hollow ataraxia]]'', there was teaser poster of ''Fate/Zero'' in one of the background images. It is confirmed in the postface of Fate/Zero Volume 1 that the first volume was already complete by the time Hollow Ataraxia released.
   
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==Light novel==
 
==Light novel==
 
The first volume was released on December 12, 2006, and the fourth and final volume was released on December 29, 2007.
 
The first volume was released on December 12, 2006, and the fourth and final volume was released on December 29, 2007.
Due to its success, the novel series was later adapted into an anime by ufotable.
 
*Vol. 1: The Untold Story of the Fourth Holy Grail War / 第四次聖杯戦争秘話
 
*Vol. 2: The Mad Feast of Kings / 王たちの狂宴
 
*Vol. 3: The Scattered Ones / 散りゆく者たち
 
*Vol. 4: The Flames of Purgatory / 煉獄の炎 
 
   
 
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|original_run = October 1, 2011 – June 23, 2012
 
|original_run = October 1, 2011 – June 23, 2012
 
|number_of_episodes = 25 (Season 1: 13) + (Season 2: 12) + 2 Recap Episodes
 
|number_of_episodes = 25 (Season 1: 13) + (Season 2: 12) + 2 Recap Episodes
}}The 2011 issue of Type-Moon Ace magazine reported that an anime adaption of Fate/Zero was green-lit for production. It is produced by studio Ufotable and began airing in October 2011.
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The 2011 issue of Type-Moon Ace magazine reported that an anime adaption of Fate/Zero was green-lit for production. It is produced by studio Ufotable and began airing in October 2011.
   
 
This is the third anime production in the ''Fate'' series, following the 24 episode ''Fate/stay night'' adaptation and the ''Unlimited Blade Works'' movie. Nico Nico Douga and Aniplex simulcasted ''Fate/Zero'' worldwide with eight different language subtitles (Korean, Chinese (Traditional & Simplified), English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish). Aniplex of America sells the ''Fate/Zero'' Blu-ray Boxset, with English subtitles in North America through Rightstuf.com.
 
This is the third anime production in the ''Fate'' series, following the 24 episode ''Fate/stay night'' adaptation and the ''Unlimited Blade Works'' movie. Nico Nico Douga and Aniplex simulcasted ''Fate/Zero'' worldwide with eight different language subtitles (Korean, Chinese (Traditional & Simplified), English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish). Aniplex of America sells the ''Fate/Zero'' Blu-ray Boxset, with English subtitles in North America through Rightstuf.com.
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|original_run = March 7, 2012 to September 19, 2012
 
|original_run = March 7, 2012 to September 19, 2012
 
|number_of_episodes = 6
 
|number_of_episodes = 6
}}The Blu-ray Boxsets each featured three episodes of {{Nihongo|Please! Einzbern Consultation Room|お願い!アインツベルン相談室|Onegai! Aintsuberun Sōdanshitsu}} written by [[Kinoko Nasu]], a prequel to [[Fate/stay night]]'s [[Tiger Dojo]]. It features alternate versions of [[Irisviel von Einzbern]] and [[Taiga Fujimura]], Student No. 0, explaining various details unable to be elaborated on within the anime, and they speak with the various defeated Servants left with regrets after having been killed.
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The Blu-ray Boxsets each featured three episodes of {{Nihongo|Please! Einzbern Consultation Room|お願い!アインツベルン相談室|Onegai! Aintsuberun Sōdanshitsu}} written by [[Kinoko Nasu]], a prequel to [[Fate/stay night]]'s [[Tiger Dojo]]. It features alternate versions of [[Irisviel von Einzbern]] and [[Taiga Fujimura]], Student No. 0, explaining various details unable to be elaborated on within the anime, and they speak with the various defeated Servants left with regrets after having been killed.
 
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