Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works Blu-ray Disc Box Standard Edition




Fate/stay night [Unlimited Blade Works] Blu-ray Disc Box Standard Edition

Title: Fate/stay night [Unlimited Blade Works] Blu-ray Disc Box Standard Edition 
Release date: January 22, 2020
Catalog No.: ANSX-14891
JAN/ISBN: 4534530119636
Product Type: Blu-ray
TV Standard:NTSC
Number of Discs: 6
Color: Color
Original Release Year: 2020

Features the complete original edition of all 26 episodes from TV anime "Fate/stay night [Unlimited Blade Works]" including unaired parts on TV. Moreover, this features an English dubbed version for the first time.

Fate/stay night [Unlimited Blade Works] Blu-ray Disc Box Standard Edition [通常版] / アニメ
TVアニメ「Fate/stay night [Unlimited Blade Works]」全26話をTV未放送部分を含むオリジナルエディションで完全収録。さらに英語吹替版も初収録!

Fate/stay night [Unlimited Blade Works] Blu-ray Disc Box Standard Edition [Regular Edition]



Plot

The story revolves around Shirou Emiya, a hardworking and honest teenager who unwillingly enters a to-the-death tournament called the Fifth Holy Grail War, where combatants fight with magic and Heroes throughout history for a chance to have their wishes granted. Orphaned and the sole survivor of a massive fire in Fuyuki City as a child, Shirou was taken in by a retired magus named Kiritsugu Emiya, who would die years later. His responsibility to those who died and his own salvation through his father formed a strong desire for justice and peace in him. Thus, he earnestly trains his body and minuscule ability with magic to someday greatly help others, even if at his stage people often abuse his generosity. One evening, after seeing two devastatingly powerful beings trading blows at his school with two warriors known as Archer and Lancer, he is attacked, as witnesses to the Holy Grail War are generally supposed to be eliminated. Archer's master, Rin Tohsaka manages to revive the nearly dead Shirou. However, few moments later Lancer attacks again. Shirou is about to be killed when he is saved by his own servant Saber. In her supposedly accidental summoning and the appearance of the marks on Shirou's hand, his entry as a Master into the Holy Grail War is formalized.

As Saber forces Lancer to flee, she engages in combat with Archer. Shirou accidentally stops her with his magic when seeing Rin, his schoolmate. Due to Shirou stopping Saber's attacks, both masters form an alliance to fight against other mages. Through the priest Kirei Kotomine, Shirou learns about the Holy Grail War's context and decides to participate to avoid catastrophes happening due to the Holy Grail. During the story, Shirou starts developing skills he imitates from Archer with Rin noting a striking similarities between the two. However, Shirou loses control of Saber when the servant Caster uses his guardian as a hostage. As Saber becomes imprisoned, Shirou still aims to fight with his own magical strength to stop the war.

Archer betrays Rin during a fight against Caster, but she reforms her alliance with Shirou. With Lancer's help, the duo manages to free Saber from Caster who is then killed. Archer then challenges Shirou to a fight hoping to destroy his story of being a hero, revealing himself to be a Shirou from the future who became a heroic spirit and regrets his the path he took. However, Shirou accepts his future regardless of the regrets and misery, deciding to stick to Kiritsugu's ideals of being a hero. Gilgamesh, Kotomine's former servant tries to kill Archer and Shirou, with the former sacrificing to protect the former. Having killed Kiritsugu's blood relative child Illya, Gilgamesh takes her heart and plans to use his other master Shinji Matou in order to summon the corrupted Holy Grail. In order to follow Archer's hopes, Rin passes Shirou her mana to fight Gilgamesh to replicate Archer's powers. As Shirou nearly kills Gilgamesh, Archer uses his last strength to deliver the final attack at their enemy while assisting Saber to destroy the Holy Grail. With the war concluded and the servants gone, Shirou and Rin move to London to learn more about magic although the former decides to also keep with Kiritsugu's ideal. In the final scene, Archer appears in a dimension as he remembers his past self's words, disappearing as a person with as a younger hooded person appears in the same field.

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