Waver has somehow become a respectable adult. What is the world coming to?
I did like seeing Waver as an adult. And the setup for the mysteries was generally interesting.
But, it was very much a fate show. As in, the premise was so complicated that no one can actually understand it. And they introduce magical goobldeygook as they please. To give you a taste, in the second to last episode, Waver solves the mystery of who the villain has been all along. And… it was someone that I’m pretty sure we never even saw before. Who was using magic to pretend to be someone else all along. Not exactly the most compelling solution to the mystery.
As with the other Fate series, the funniest part is the English. “Gray. Rave. Deprave. Grave.” Killed me every time.
- Storytelling – C – Too much exposition.
- Voice – B – Does have a cool world, even if it’s impossible to keep track of it.
- Characters – C – Cool designs, too many to keep track of.
- Attention Grab – C – Kept my interest.
- Production – B – Looks fine.
- Overall – C
Recommendations – Fate / Zero, UN-GO
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