Re-Dive: Fate/Stay Night: Unlimited Blade Works: Rock Solid, Four Times Strong.

I’ve talked about this series before, and I’ll probably do it again. There are probably only a handful of anime that you watch in your life that become regular re-watches, that are in your view, absolutely rock solid in what they are. We all have them, or will get them in time. The show we are discussing today is one of mine. After the cut let’s take a re-dive into Fate/Stay Night: Unlimited Blade Works

Check out my thoughts on Shirou and Rin’s relationship right here!

Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works (TV Series 2014–2015) - IMDb
No problem can’t be solved by throwing a shit ton of swords at it.
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Don’t @ Me: Seven of My Anime Opinions: 9 days before Redo of Healer edition

Enjoy these peaceful days, cause shit is gonna get real.

Welcome back to Don’t @ Me, the place, like girls who put ribbons around their boobs to make them bigger. I foolishly throw out my views and thoughts on all things anime and manga. We took a few weeks off because of holidays and the back-log, but we are back into it, so let’s get going!

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Sometimes it is as simple as tying a ribbon under your tits and you have an iconic design
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Quick Thoughts on Tsukihime VN Remake: Starring Shiki (but not that Shiki)

Also it’s boy Shiki, not “boy” Shiki, it also isn’t the other Shiki either. It’s just Shiki? Got it?

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Surprising many people, myself included, the big reveal for Fate special presentation was the confirmation that Tsukihime, one of the original VNs of the Nasu-verse is getting a full on high definition remake in 2021! Fans are of course very thrilled, and I can’t blame them. While I have not read Tsukihime, it is considered a widely beloved visual novel, and laid the ground work (as well as carrying over concepts from The Garden of Sinners) for what eventually becomes Fate/Stay Night, and well, the rest is history.

There is no word yet of a possible English release, though I do hold out hope. Fans are also excited for the prospect of an anime series to follow, considering the trailer was animated by Studio Ufotable. No one knows what will happen, but you can be sure that if we get this overseas, I’ll waste no time trying to pick it up. Tsukihime is always something I really wanted to look into, and hopefully that will be sooner rather than later!