Oct 1, 2020
Story : 9
The story is similar to Fate:Apocrypha; however, completely different at the same time. The plot is extremely interesting in which you have two separate Holy Grail wars going on at the same time, the Fake American one and the Real Holy Grail executed by the Mage Association. With the blurred guidelines of the Fake HG, extremely interesting spirits are summoned with even more interesting powers. Overall, the idea behind the story is a breath of fresh air compared to the other Fate series, and the story has a stable and interesting plot that will instantly draw you in.
Art : 8
While it's not
One Punch Man good, the art is fantastic still. The Scenery and character design is well done, and the art adds to the story perfectly.
Character : 10
At this point in the story, it's hard to tell who the true protagonist is. However, this doesn't really matter as you have a huge cast of characters to choose from. Most of the participants and servants in this war have interesting personalities and goals, and while a few of them are a bit lackluster, I found the large cast of complex characters to be extremely pleasing. It's almost like the author leaves the reader to choose their own favorite and to see if they win at the end of the story.
Enjoyment : 9
Diving into the Fate universe this story provides is extremely enjoyable. The complex backgrounds and small connections are always pleasing to make.
Overall : 9
If you enjoyed the other Fate/ Adaptations their is no way you won't enjoy this one. With an interesting cast of characters and unique storyline this manga is definitely one of the best I've read in awhile.
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