Stuff I do for your attention and adulation
[Hearts of the Suffering currently being edited to better fit Arashi's fucking annoying need to be more up-to-date with canon compliance, ch 8 complete]
Hearts of the Suffering ch 21: 50%
In Which Sion Is Misinformed About the Nature of Special Anniversary Events 2/4: 75%
My FGO lineup: Jalter/Artoria Alter/Artoria/Cu/Astolfo/Marie/Kerry/Vlad
gf lineup (440700153/Kohaku): Merlin/Gawain/Arjuna/Scathach/Astolfo/Waver/Jack/Herk
I think the possibility of anyone staying unspoiled on that plot point was shot down as soon as it got added to her wiki page with no indication that it wasn't supposed to be common knowledge.
But it's revealed in game, so we can stop treating it like a secret now?
Lancelot is the true king of spoilers.
I'll probably put something here eventually.
Over two years without a real sig! Excitement mounts further.
Master of Chaos' Servant Standards
F/GO ID: 011416057/カオス
quote for higher truth
So nothing on Tristan's now?
A question to people with deeper lore knowledge:
A thing I've been pondering about lately... I always thought that they traveled via "rayshift" to the various singularities, but ever since I've seen translations that used "leyshift" I've been wondering which actually would be correct.
It's actually Reishift, but honestly it's just technobabble as long as it sounds cool it's fine
I have no idea what the italized is supposed to mean. I assume "the Far Away" is what others have been calling the End of the World, but it's really clunky and it's getting in the way of figuring out what are you trying to say there.She, who was summoned as a Servant in Chaldea, knows the beauty of the world. In order to retrieve the world that shines not in the far away, she will certainly fight together with the Master, wielding all the power she has.
Rhongomynyad - The Spear that Shines in the Far Away
????It has been said that its real form is that of a tower that fasten together the rind of the world.
I mean, I can figure it out because it's repeating what we know from elsewhere, but that construction is incredibly obtuse.
(btw it's restraints, with a T)
Camelot Chapter 3 and 4
Someone might have mentioned this already, but the proper term in place of overweight is probably meant to be overflowing, as in "Overflowing Light of the Lake"