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why did they gender swap these characters to women originally the roles of Shirou and Arturia were the opposite genders as the original concept for Fate/Stay Night (now as Fate/Prototype) had Ayaka Sajyou as the Master of Arthur with Gilgamesh also vying for Ayaka's heart. however it was Takashi Takeuchi, the artist of Fate/Stay Night who convinced Kinoko ...


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Without a concept of death, Mystic Eyes of Death Perception are useless. They work on the basis that death is an intrinsic part of life, as a living being is meant to end at some point, the concept of death is already inside them, which is what the MEoDP bring about. From Tsukihime Dokuhon PlusPeriod - TSUKIHIME Dictionary: Mystic Eyes of Death Perception [...


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Kara no Kyoukai, like other Type-Moon series exist in as part of the same multi-verse. While not in the same universe as Fate or Tsukihime, they exist as an alternate universe, like Fate/Extra and Fate/kaleid liner. The characters could in theory meet one another... if the circumstances are deemed right. Canaan, however is not part of the this multiverse.


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Kischur Zelretch Schweinorg is a Dead Apostle because he fought Brunestud of the Crimson Moon who created the True Ancestors who in turn created the Dead Apostles. Brunestud is the Ultimate one of The Moon and this one of the Aristoteles called Type-Moon. In the beginning over four thousand years ago he responded to a call from the collective will of the ...


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To answer this you have to take into account the origin of the 27 Dead Apostle Ancestor. They were the original Dead Apostles who rebelled and escaped from the True Ancestors (who were based on Brunestud the Crimson Moon, the Ultimate One of the Moon). With time, due to being sealed by the Church or being defeated by other Dead Apostles, their ranks were ...


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all the Alter characters are, as you say, alternate versions of their originals with some having alternate legends. however the idea of Alter extends from a canon character which is Saber-Alter from Fate/Stay Night who makes her appearance in the Heave's Feel Route after Outside Fate/Stay Night Alter Saber acts as an "alternate form" of Saber which comes ...


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Some time ago, there was this parody manga written by Keikenchi called Koha-Ace, featuring Kohaku from Tsukihime as an main character of sorts, along with several characters of the Nasuverse. Although it's a joke-series, it's still considered official, some of it's segments were part of the Carnival Phantasm animation. One of the stories that ran in this ...


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This will only be a partial answer addressing some of the major characters, because there's too many characters in the Fate universe for me to be bothered tracking all of them down. Broadly, though, with the exception of male characters like Shirou and Kiritsugu who are played by women when children and by men when adults, I know of only one case in which ...


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The only other time I can recall all three meeting would be the end of Carnival Phantasm, which is entirely non-canonical, but featured every Nasuverse character showing up for the after party.


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I believe they have but not in a way which lines up their individual timelines. this is because i would suggest they have met in Ahnenerbe Ahnenerbe is a shop with two entrances located beside a cinema, and it exists in multiple locations, often appearing and disappearing. It also appears as a regular shop within different series, such as in Fate, where ...


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Even if marginally, there is a case to be made that the Fate universe and Kara no Kyoukai's are the same. In Fate's Heaven's Feel path, Shiro is restored through Third Sorcery by binding his soul to a body "left by a famous puppet maker" who "was marked to be sealed [by the Mages Association] and ran away." The anime briefly shows Touko ...


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Note: this answer assumes that "graphic or deeply detailed sexual content which would be restricted to adults only" means R-18/CERO Z in Japan. Games Surprisingly, Japanese Wikipedia mentioned this, 2005年10月28日発売の『Fate/hollow ataraxia』以降アダルトゲームの新規発表は行われていない。 Since the release of Fate/hollow ataraxia on 28 Oct 2005, there's no announcement on new ...


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(Very late answer, I know, but I wanted to say this anyways) Well, this might take a while, so get ready: As far as Fate is concerned, it's voice cast has surprisingly consistent ever since the 2006 anime... with the shining exception of Bediviere. The guy has gone through (I kid you not) 4 different voice actors. The first was Mamiko Noto in the 2006 anime,...


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