imo, the Servant pages need stats added to them as well.

They already do. Expand the box at the right side of the page that you'll see them. Libra00 01:18, 17 June 2009 (UTC)

Actually, in the author`s words of Fate/strange Fake Vol.1(2015), Nasu confirmed that the all spin-off series of SN(include Zero) are parallel world of SN. So, basically, Zero is not a prequal, rather a parallel spin-off. We should fix the article.

Which should be read as "I'm only supervising this, it isn't part of my canon because, you know, I'm the original creator and this isn't what I had in mind". Nasu can say whatever he wants and one can consider what he said divine words, there's still nothing to make Zero a parallel prequel-ish spin-off that doesn't fit in the main timeline. This is Sakamoto and Metroid Prime all over again -- Hitsuji Mamoru (talk) 10:47, June 2, 2016 (UTC)
Nasu has repeatedly made comments that are basically him trying to have his cake and eat it too. He doesn't want to hurt anyone's feelings by explicitly saying anything is noncanon, but he doesn't want to commit to anything being definitively canon either, hence the whole "everything is an alternate universe" thing. I wouldn't take it too seriously for things that were created to go together, like Zero and F/SN. I highly doubt Nasu will ever do "his" version of Zero and any future works set in the "main" FSN timeline will likely assume Zero as canon.--Otherarrow (talk) 02:34, June 3, 2016 (UTC)

Does anyone know the exact date / timeline for Fate/Zero / the Fourth Holy Grail War?  I'm pretty sure it takes place in 1994 (based on the theory that F/SN takes place in 2004, the year of its original release, and that F/Z is 10 years earlier), but I don't know anything more precise than that.  From reading the first volume of the manga, I know it had some time-stamped scenes, and I remember that there was still snow on the ground when Saber was summoned in Germany in the days/weeks leading up to the 4th HGW, but I don't have the manga for reference and I don't know that much about the climate wherever in Germany the Einzbern Castle is (they could be in the mountains or someplace where snow sticks around most of the year.  Heck, for all I know, the Einzberns have a magic thingy around their estate that keeps it in winter conditions year-round, because who knows why old, powerful magus families run by what appears to be a less-obviously-deranged version of Castle Heterodyne do anything). 20:33, June 27, 2016 (UTC)

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