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Fate Stay Night (Viridian Collection)


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  • Format: Animated, Box set, Color, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Funimation Prod
  • DVD Release Date: September 1, 2009
  • Run Time: 600 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002FOQXQ4
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #176,540 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Editorial Reviews

The Holy War Begins...

Ten years ago master there was a secret war fought by master mages with their servants in order to obtain the Holy Grail and the result was devastating to everyone. Today, the Holy Grail is beginning again with new masters. One such master, Shirou, must now come to grips with the reality of the secret world of war mages and their summoned servants when he unknowingly summons his own servant, Saber; the one said to be the most powerful servant of them all. Perhaps, Shirou will be the one to prevent the destruction that had marked the first war.

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This was a good, fun anime.
Raso
And even though I'll probably get some hate mail for it I actually like the dub.
Harrison Talmadge
It is definitely one of my favorite animes of all time.
Andrea Lewis

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Andrea Lewis on October 1, 2010
I'm an equal opportunity anime watcher kind of gal, and I watch both shojo and shonen anime. I'm also fond of history and mythology. So when an anime combined the two, it was, in a word, brilliant.

Fate/Stay Night is about Shirou Emiya, a naive high school boy with an odd power to intuitively determine the structure of objects and has a dream to become a Hero of Justice and save everyone. He accidently gets roped into a magical battle royale called the Holy Grail Wars in which seven Servants, historical or mythological figures from the past, are magically summoned by magi, given form, and must fight each other to obtain the legendary Holy Grail. Along the way, Shirou falls in love with his Servant, Saber, and must make difficult decisions about his own future, Saber's, and the world's as he and Saber fight to obtain the Holy Grail and thus end the war.

The big joy of this series when you first watch it is playing the guessing game of the identity of each of the Servants (and some are not who you think they are!). The action scenes can be short at times, but what they lack in time they make up in blood (oh there is blood abound). The relationship between Shirou and Saber, while short (only about a couple of weeks) feels natural and sweet and awkward at times, but this aspect of the story makes you care much more about the two of them and the ultimate fate they must face.

An ingenious idea, Fate/Stay Night is definitely for those who like anime and mythology stirred together. It is definitely one of my favorite animes of all time.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By KevinB on December 8, 2012
Shirou lives alone after his adopted father passed away and left him with a huge house. Shirou has the ability to reconstruct objects with his magic. He stumbles across a classmate and a couple warriors in a battle after school. He soon becomes part of "The Holy Grail War". A battle fought every so often to obtain the Holy Grail. The winner gets to make a wish. He becomes the master of a legendary warrior spirit. Her name is Saber. Togther with their ally Rin and her servant, Archer, they will fight against ruthless enemies for their 1 most precious wish.

This anime is simply amazing. It has action and drama mixed together with mythology and magic. The modern day setting with legendary mythical heroes is really cool. I normally prefer anime dramas (Kanon, Clannad, Air, etc.) over action series, but this anime combines the 2 genres very well. The voice cast, animation, story, and soundtrack are all top notch. It's a very addicting series. There are many great, and memorable characters that keep you interested in the story and wanting to know more about them. There is also a dash of comedy thrown in there to lighten the mood. It's a very well rounded series with a lot to offer. I honestly think that no matter what genre of anime you're into, Fate Stay/Night will make you a happy camper. I highly recommend it and I hope you enjoy it!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Raso on December 3, 2010
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This was a good, fun anime.

Great story, amazing animation (some of the best I've seen in recent years), and good comedy.

One thing that is interesting to note is one of the most ironic modern anime tsundere characters, Rin Tohsaka is in this show, so if you're an anime fan and don't know who she is yet, then you need to watch this. And if you don't know that tsundere means, google it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Sarah A. Ward on June 26, 2013
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This is by far the least developed Fate chronicle on the market today, yet it still holds a special place in my heart. A must see if you want to understand the nuances of Fate/Zero and a definite pre-requisite to Unlimited Blade Works.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Lewis Fields on May 11, 2011
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a bit slow paced but some nice battle towards the second half of the series. some nice character development. for those more interested in character then fighting.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By superangelo128 on February 28, 2012
Fate/Stay Night is a decent popular anime that is well-liked for the action scenes, character development and interaction, guessing of the servants' identities, and the fight for the Holy Grail War in general.

What many people don't know is that the anime is actually an adaptation of only 1/3 of the whole visual novel Fate/Stay Night. In particular the visual novel has 3 big stories: "Fate", "Unlimited Blade Works" and "Heaven's Feel". All 3 share the same characters and the Holy Grail War is very important in all 3, but the plots and themes in all 3 are very different from each other.

The anime only covers the "Fate" story, and while it adapts the story pretty well for the most part it skips some details and changes a few things for the worse.

Related is the Unlimited Blade Works movie that is considered a "sequel" to this anime. It covers only the major events of the Unlimited Blade Works story in the visual novel, and moves at a ridicously fast and confusing pace though the action scenes (like the original anime) are quite good.

In the end, you can watch this anime to watch a decent adaptation of one of the stories, but I highly recommend reading the Fate/Stay Night visual novel for the FULL experience.
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By Kristen on July 20, 2011
this is one of my favorite anime. it has great characters like saber and rin ang all good fight scenes. highly recommended!
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I got this while at a convention but I figured I'd review it anyway.

Fate/Stay Night is easily one of my favorite anime series, it delivers many elements I like in anime(including the amount of legends and mythology used for the Servants) and the animation is great. And I love the characters, Saber and Rin are easily two of my favorite heroines and I can somehow relate to Shirou a lot.

But truth be told I went into watching this thinking I probably wouldn't like it becuase what some fans here in the west don't know is this series was originally a visual novel game for PC and PS2 and I played it prior to watching the anime which has caused a lot of mixed feelings about the series. Fate/Stay Night the anime follows mostly the Fate route of the game's three routes, Fate being the first one you go through that focuses on Saber. I say mostly because some parts of the series are put in from the other two routes, Unlimited Blade Works and Heaven's Feel. Without giving too much away some of the scenes that don't belong technically is how Archer fought Berserker(in the game you don't see how he fought him) and Caster using Sakura Matou. Actually the major thing I don't like about the series is what they did to Dark Sakura.

Before I explain let me say Fate/Stay Night's PC version was a hentai game so yes, orignally Shirou has sex with Saber.(Obviously the anime is based off the PS2 version.) But back to what I mentioned, Sakura is the main focus in the Heaven's Feel route which is the root for what Caster used her for. I honestly don't like how Type-Moon handled changing it to be less adult oriented because without the sex, Heaven's Feel is meaningless.
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Well, there is no actual main difference between these two sets. I went to a BestBuy shopping for a gift when I saw both sets. My curiosity was peaked of why two different sets and why the Viridian version was slightly cheaper ($5 of difference). I compare them back to back. Everything that... Read More
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