It was a good ending and the trio of finale episodes was well worth the wait back then. Nero's wish surprised me, but also kind of didn't. It's really fitting given her origin story.
Pieceman, not Pierceman.And that's because the true final boss, Twice Pierceman, kills the winners and keeps the Holy Grail to himself.
Excalibur Galatine is described as containing a miniature sun within its hilt, from which it draws its power. While the statement originated as a joke making fun of a certain memetic line from the manga Bleach, it's said that Excalibur Galatine at full power can extend a blade of solar flame that reaches as far as 13 kilometers.And so he activates his Noble Phantasm, first by throwing his sword in the air, then grabbing what is basically a sun beam from a mini-star. He plans to show off the power of the sister sword to the Holy Sword of the Planet. Basically, he's flinging the power of the sun at them.
-Our episode begins with a clock, seemingly indicating the distant past. There, we see Twice greet Leo, who has a few questions for the head of the West European Conglomerate. More specifically, about what's happening on Earth. It all starts in 1970, when the resources have been depleted and humanity begins their decline. At this point, the power for life to go on was removed from the world. He wants to hear what Leo thinks of this?
I don't know if this is you misinterpreting the statement, or if the translation you're following misinterpreted something. At any rate, the term "Overcount 1999" is a mysterious term that has been hinted at in the past, as being connected to one of Nasu's older works, Notes. Setting aside the discussion of that story, how it relates to Fate/Extra is as follows...-Leo has seen this episode, it seems. But he won't let the world end. He's going to find the Holy Grail and use it to remedy the situation. Twice confirms that the Moon Cell's Holy Grail is indeed an omnipotent wish granter for humanity, but even it has limits. While one is able to gai na profit greater than what they lost, one cannot regain the lost thing itself. Leo should already be aware of this, then throws out another year, 1999. Apparently some event happened there, because according to Twice, the planet's soul, its core, has been hurt. And who's to blame for this? Why, all of humanity, of course! Well, isn't he just a cheery guy?
I guess Rin picked up some excess firepower from Rani's avatar bodies back on the Sixth Stratum?Rin, who isn't neutral, goes into her Servant mode, then decides she's going to borrow something.
Gawain's vanishing earlier didn't exactly look like a Servant's Saint Graph collapsing - if anything, it looked more like a Servant going into astral form.He explains in narration that he never healed properly from the wounds he suffered from Real!Hakuno, and then brings out Gawain, who is not dead? Well, if somebody actually stayed dead, it wouldn't be Fate.
In the game, after Pieceman is defeated, the protagonist states their belief that Savior was moved by compassion for Pieceman's suffering. This is never confirmed or denied.I still don't understand why Buddha would be summoned as a Servant. Isn't one of his defining features the lack of attachments? What could he wish for?