Fate/Zero: Onegai! Einzbern Soudanshitsu
Fate/Zero: Please! Einzbern Counseling Room
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English: Fate/Zero: Please! Einzbern Counseling Room
Synonyms: Fate/Zero Specials, Please! Einzbern Consultation Room
Japanese: お願い!アインツベルン相談室

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Type: Special
Episodes: 6
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Mar 7, 2012 to Sep 19, 2012
Producers: Aniplex
Licensors: Aniplex of America
Studios: ufotable
Source: Unknown
Genres: ComedyComedy
Duration: 15 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

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Written by Kinoko Nasu, these specials are included in the BD box sets I & II.

Join Irisviel as she helps Disciple No. Zero understand more details and history relating to the Holy Grail War.

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Nasu, Kinoko
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Mar 2, 2014
TalismanG1 (All reviews)
The Fate/Zero Counsel Specials are something that are to be watched after finishing the entirety of Fate/Zero, doing so otherwise may bring about confusion or spoil events to come.

The story to these 6 specials is very simple, and is not the main focus to these more lightly-toned, comedic and 'educational' episodes. However, it was designed simply enough to be enjoyable so the viewer can enjoy the comedy while not being too lost in the hints towards the 'plot' of the specials, the over-arcing story of the main series, and the series that Fate/Zero Prequels, Fate/Stay Night. Overall, the story gets read more
Mar 22, 2015
Sky2042 (All reviews)
This anime is for those who have played the Fate/stay night VN, as it is very reminiscent of the Tiger Dojo. To be clear, the Tiger Dojo is the room that the FSN player ends up in when he chooses a bad ending in the VN. The Einzbern Soudanshitsu plays much the same role for F/Z.

Story: The consultation room carries very little of its own story, instead relying on the parent work of F/Z for the story. It does help to fill in some missing information for the new-to-Fate series watcher, at least in the first 2 episodes, and even VN readers will discover a read more
Aug 10, 2019
Slobros (All reviews)
At first, sorry for my bad english. This is my first review.
First off, I expected cute little descriptions and facts about what is going on in Fate/Zero for people that are new to the franchise but I got so much more than that and the ending was outstanding and made me love the whole thing even more. I already really loved the Tiger Dojo in the VN, so to see this reminded to this wonderful time. I am not the best critic because I love this franchise just so much but anyway, I recommend everyone who is at least a bit interested in the franchise read more
Jul 5, 2019
FJW (All reviews)
This is Fate/Zeros version of the Tiger-Dojo from Fate/Stay Night. As such it explains quite a bit of background-information, both on the war in general and on certain servants. While this is mostly lighthearted fun (“you snuck in all proud of yourself just because a cool-sounding Kajiura theme was playing”), there soon starts to be an increasing amount of weirdly dark scenes. And while Irisviel seems to be quite nice for the most part, some of her decisions become questionable...

All of this would already be quite nice, but the thing that really turns this into more than just an explanatory series is the absolutely magnificant read more

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