As Azuma talks with Mutta he remembers what Brian Jay had asked him while he was working on the ISS looking over the world, that question being whether he was prepared to die.
As the final battle for the grail approaches Saber arrives only to find Berserker armed with dual machine guns lying in wait, while Rider and Waver find themselves face to face with Archer blocking their path.
Couldn’t decide on the title screencap.
I don’t intend to make these posts a regular thing but given that I have some spare time, and just how good this episode was in comparison to the two that preceded it, I’ve been tempted to do some sort of post on it.
I know that this isn’t anime but it does have a similar sort of feel to it.
Picking up some ten months after the end of her original arc, Sae’s arc begins with her and Junichi still making films together, and while she may have improved in leaps and bounds in becoming less shy, there’s still some instances when she needs him.
It’s may be late but I finally got this out, and with Haruka up next I’m hyped. For now however, back to the endless onslaught of stuff I should have done yesterday.
As Huey brouses in a bookstore he makes the mistake of ignoring Dalian, who then proceeds to spoil the ending of each book he picks up, and through the scene they make Huey also bumps into an old friend of his, Camilla Sauer Keynes.
Jun remains troubled by what the students said to her and is surprised by how late it is before she makes her way to the wrestling match she was going to see.