I've actually questioned this myself in the past, here's what I've basically found so far
After digging for a while on Japanese Q&A sites and forums, most people seemed to have concluded that it's referring to a "Paddle", as in an implement to whip the reindeer with.
However like the Western community, they have about as much of an idea as we do on ...
Saber is extremely popular character. They are just "milking franchise" with character that looks similar to the original. And by having little different personality, they make sure they gain interest of more people other than fans of original Saber.
Arcueid is a True Ancestor which are incarnated nature spirits akin to the Elementals where the term “Elemental” usually refers to spirits born from nature.
The playable Caster in Fate/Extra was said to be the human form of Kitsune and is a bit higher than an Earth Spirit because her soul was created by Amaterasu as a unique facet of herself. Because of ...
@Templar627 makes an interesting distinction in his answer. Personality wise, the Fate/Extra Red Saber is more of a hedonist that does thing overindulgently with much gusto (expressed by her somewhat lewd attire). In the game dialogues and scenes, she is (implied to be) very openly bisexual saying the only things she cares for is what is beautiful ("...
This all probably bogs down to Nero's whimsical nature and "padoru" is just some mumble jumbo that took on a life of its own as a meme. As some may not be aware the Saber-class servant Nero Claudius is a bad, off-key singer, much like the Lancer-class Elisabeth Bathory.
Nero herself has no particular skills or feats that would qualify her to be a Saber ...
According to this official translation "padoru" means "wading".
Dashing through the snow,
in a one horse open sleigh,
together we wade through,
"Paddle paddle" could refer to using hagoita paddles in hanetsuki (Japanese badminton), a traditional Japanese New Year's game often played by girls.
This is, I think, the actual meaning of the first two verses. "Padoru padoru" could well be onomatopoeic if (if she is running) or considering these are the actual two verses of the Japanese adaptation from the "jingle bells" song about the travel of Santa on his sled, it could be also Nero singing about paddling on a sled while moving like the wind
By taking the previous question into account, the meaning is pretty clear.
OK then, we'll change topics. Saber has a lot of alter egos like Saber Alter and Saber Lily. How do you see them, Urobuchi?
Uro: What I imagine is that for the Saber Lily storyline, in Fate/stay night, Saber was completely beaten by Caster, and so she became one of her Servants. Like,...
On the wiki-page for Red Saber, there is a little excerpt from a Q&A:
Q: Why are Red Saber and Blue Saber so similar? Are they related?
A: They are very different!
They are different like Takashi Takeuchi and Arco Wada. Or like buckwheat noodles and udon.
The model of King Arthur were said to be a fusion of two individuals, and one of them is ...
If I remember correctly, Red Saber as is much more hot blooded and much less proper, as compared to Normal Saber who is much more sedate and proper. Also, Red Saber is much more haughty and acts less humble than Blue Saber. I don't think that it's ever really explained why they look so similar, but the wiki says they don't have any blood relations.
If you ...