The Type Moon Relationship Chart (Spoilers Abound) [Archive] - Beast's Lair
Two years after the Holy Grail War, Rin and Shirou live & and go to school The only odd thing about their relationship is that they still address. Shirou quickly develops a rivalry with Archer after their first meeting, and is shown to be jealous of Archer's relationship with Rin in the Unlimited Blade Works. I've watched both series and came up with the conclusion that Archer in the UBW is actually Shirou in the original Fate/stay night (the one that.
I loved how Shirou and Rin are living together in a small, London apartment and attending college together. Apparently, they are a happy couple. With that in mind, is it any wonder that Rin stole this episode? For once, she was not tsundere at all, but instead acted like a normal girl who loves her man dearly, enough to follow him all over the world. The only odd thing about their relationship is that they still address each other by their family names…well, mostly.
I hate to say it, but when Rin took Shirou to Glastonbury, I was kinda hoping that Saber would show up, even if just in a form only Shirou could see. Anyway, during the flashback to where we could see Rin and Shirou a month after the Holy Grail War, I laughed at how Rin let Issei know that she and Shirou were dating.
Also in the flashback, we got to see Sakura visiting that bastard, Shinji. I did like that dirty look she gave him when he initially gave her attitude about being fed cutely cut apple pieces.
Her appearance was completely unexpected, but totally welcome. In fact, I may have made an audible noise when she showed up and Rin attempted to punch her.
There, she has more of a cliched, haughty, ojousama look. Shirou's consistent desire to avoid having Saber fight for him represented his love. Nasu further added that while Rin is female, her characterization is highly different from Saber that Shirou would still fall for her. Producer Yuma Takahashi had similar opinions, believing the style of some scenes that symbolize the romance between Shirou and Sakura were needed. These scenes were mostly included by Ufotable, as Takahashi believes people might want to watch the film another again.
There have only been small changes to Shirou's physical design since its inception. However, he felt that to be lacking, so he added more circles in his eyes.
The duo focused on making Shirou with little unique physical characteristics to make it easier for the audience to project themselves onto his character on a visual level. He is a young boy who is wishing for the happiness of those around him, such as for Miyu and Illya. When asked about his favorite scene from the movie, Sugiyama referred to the final scene due to Shirou's appealing display of characterization due to the impact Shirou's final line he had on Miyu.
One of the mistranslations from the series "People die when die are killed" became popular within the fanbase. He found this challenging as he wanted to avoid expanding the tone of Shirou.
He further looked forward to Shirou's role in the Heaven's Feel movie due to how different he is from other series, mostly due to how he is related with Sakura. Kiritsugu's exceedingly happy self when saving him became an unforgettable memory of admiration for Shirou.
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As time went on, Kiritsugu taught Shirou basic magic and allowed his adopted son to repair items. In the moments before Kiritsugu's death, he told Shirou that he failed to become an ally of justice, someone who saves as many people as possible. Shirou promised to become one in his stead. Shrou's excessive desire to follow in his father's ideal of becoming an ally of justice becomes a way of life for him. His survivor's guilt is so severe that Ayako has stated that she has never seen Shirou smile, as he believes that he does not deserve to.
He feels that, as the only survivor of the fire, it is unfair to the deceased to prioritize his own needs before those of others.When you make Tohsaka Rin jealous
He has a distorted sense of values where he only finds self-worth from helping people without any compensation, feeling that the very act "helping people" is its own reward and sees himself as a living sword, meant to be used by others for their own benefit. He believes it is highly unfair that some people survive and others do not. During the series' beginning, Shirou witnesses a duel between two servants, Archer and Lancer. The latter ambushes Shirou and kills him in the process.
Shortly afterwards, Rin Tohsaka, Archer's master, finds Shirou and revives him. As Lancer once again attacks the teenager, Shirou accidentally summons the servant Saber who defends him from his foe.
After forming an alliance with Rin, Shirou learns of the Fifth Holy Grail War and agrees to join the conflict in order to avoid any possible catastrophes by other servants. Fate route[ edit ] In the Fate route, Saber is the main heroine and her true identity is King Arthur. When Shirou leaves the church after agreeing to participate in the war, Illyasviel von Einzbern ambushes them and overwhelms Saber with her servant Berserker.
Despite his weakness as a mage, he rushes out to save Saber by protecting her from Berserker's strike. Saber blames the fall of Britain on herself, so her wish is for a more suitable candidate to pull the sword Excalibur out of the stone to take her place as the king of Britain. Her unwavering ideal serves as a juxtaposition to Shirou's ideal.
Despite understanding that their ideals are unreachable, they ignore reality and continue moving on that path. Shirou is able to help Saber face the reality of her ideal, as it is impossible to change the past, but Shirou still embraces his ideas to the very end in this route.
When preparing for the final fight against Kirei Kotomine and Servant GilgameshShirou returns Avalon to Saber so that she can fight at Excalibur's full strength.
While Shirou and Saber win their fights, the couple separate due to the end of the war and they reunite in Avalon island. Rin notices Shirou's twisted ideal of becoming an ally of justice. She criticizes his lack of self and how little value he places on his own life, as he would gladly die for his ideal.
Archer, Rin's servant, is Shirou from the future who suffered greatly from accomplishing the goal of becoming an ally of justice. As such, Archer wishes to kill Shirou in hopes of erasing himself from existence or at least erasing the ideal of being an ally of justice from Shirou's world.
Shirou is locked in an ideological conflict with Archer. Archer criticizes Shirou's ideals for simply being borrowed from his father.
Shirou denies that he will become like Archer. Through dialogue with Archer, Shirou sees hypocrisy in his ideals. In this route, though he refuses to give them up entirely, he works his way towards a middle ground where he will strive towards fulfilling his ideals, despite knowing they were borrowed.
Shirou accepts that his ideals are borrowed, but he continues to pursue them in this route.