Fate/Zero 2nd Season

Fate/Zero Season 2

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Synonyms: Fate/Zero Second Season
Japanese: フェイト/ゼロ 2ndシーズン
English: Fate/Zero Season 2
German: Fate/Zero Staffel 2
Spanish: Fate/Zero Temporada 2
French: Fate Zero Saison 2
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Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 8, 2012 to Jun 24, 2012
Premiered: Spring 2012
Broadcast: Sundays at 00:00 (JST)
Licensors: Aniplex of America
Studios: ufotable
Source: Light novel
Genres: ActionAction, FantasyFantasy, SupernaturalSupernatural
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)


Score: 8.551 (scored by 706263706,263 users)
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Ranked: #1052
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Popularity: #132
Members: 1,108,410
Favorites: 20,371

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As the Fourth Holy Grail War rages on with no clear victor in sight, the remaining Servants and their Masters are called upon by Church supervisor Risei Kotomine, in order to band together and confront an impending threat that could unravel the Grail War and bring about the destruction of Fuyuki City. The uneasy truce soon collapses as Masters demonstrate that they will do anything in their power, no matter how despicable, to win.

Seeds of doubt are sown between Kiritsugu Emiya and Saber, his Servant, as their conflicting ideologies on heroism and chivalry clash. Meanwhile, an ominous bond forms between Kirei Kotomine, who still seeks to find his purpose in life, and one of the remaining Servants. As the countdown to the end of the war reaches zero, the cost of winning begins to blur the line between victory and defeat.

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Opening Theme

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"to the beginning" by Kalafina  (eps 1-4, 7-11)

Ending Theme

1: "Sora wa Takaku Kaze wa Utau (空は高く風は歌う)" by Luna Haruna (eps 1-4, 7-11)
2: "Manten (満天)" by Kalafina  (eps 5, 6)
3: "to the beginning" by Kalafina  (eps 12)


Oct 21, 2012
"Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely" - Lord John Dalberg-Acton, 1837.

There are many types of power - financial, military, political, religious, etc - and at one time or another each has been used to further the goals of individuals, organisations, and even nations. The odd thing though, is that even though it has been referenced for thousands of years in everything from legends and myths to folktales and history, magic has rarely been placed in the same category. The problem is that people don't really believe in magic any more, and the subject has been relegated to the realms of fiction and ...
Jun 23, 2012
Mixed Feelings
This review considers the anime adaptation of Fate Zero (F/Z) Season 2 entirely on its own merit.

TL;DR version: The hotly-anticipated second half of F/Z is disappointing in the sense that it leaves the viewer with more questions than answers with a rushed ending. It is especially frustrating when the first half took meticulous care in covering all the nooks and crannies of the Fate universe. On the plus side, the visuals are excellent and the choreography of some of the action and battles is outstanding.

Which brings us to to the critical flaw, the *execution* of the story. The carefully crafted build-up in ...
Aug 1, 2015
For a show that heavily relies on dialogue, it sure was lacking in the quality of dialogue. I often found myself bored with whatever they were talking about, mainly because the plot was boring and all the characters had many unappealing traits which made me not care about them.

If you want to watch a show with very dull dialogue and irrational people fighting over a fairy tale relic, this show is definitely for you. Only good part in fate/zero was its action sequences, but that alone isnt enough to make show interesting.

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