Fate Stay Night Heaven’s Feel I. Presage Flower

Japanese anime flick serial produced by Ufotable

Fate/stay night: Heaven’s Experience
Fate-stay night Heaven's Feel Trilogy Poster.jpg

Promotional poster for the first film featuring Sakura Matou




Fate/stay dark [Heaven’south Feel]


Created by
  • Kinoko Nasu
  • Blazon-Moon
Anime moving picture
Fate/stay night: Sky’s Experience I. presage bloom
Directed past Tomonori Sudō
Produced by Hikaru Kondo
Written by Akira Hiyama
Music by Yuki Kajiura
Studio Ufotable
Licensed by

AUS

Madman Entertainment

NA

Aniplex of America

Uk

MVM Entertainment

Released October 14, 2017 (2017-10-14)
Runtime 120 minutes
Anime film
Fate/stay dark: Heaven’south Feel Two. lost butterfly
Directed past Tomonori Sudō
Produced by Hikaru Kondo
Written by Akira Hiyama
Music by Yuki Kajiura
Studio Ufotable
Licensed past

AUS

Madman Amusement

NA

Aniplex of America

UK

MVM Amusement

Released Jan 12, 2019 (2019-01-12)
Runtime 117 minutes[1]
Anime film
Fate/stay night: Sky’s Feel Three. spring vocal
Directed by Tomonori Sudō
Produced by Hikaru Kondo
Written by Akira Hiyama
Music by Yuki Kajiura
Studio Ufotable
Licensed by

AUS

Madman Entertainment

NA

Aniplex of America

UK

MVM Entertainment

Released August fifteen, 2020 (2020-08-15)
Runtime 122 minutes


Fate/stay night: Heaven’due south Experience

is a Japanese anime movie trilogy produced by Ufotable, directed by Tomonori Sudō, written by Akira Hiyama,[2]
and featuring music by Yuki Kajiura.[three]
The trilogy adapts
Sky’southward Feel, the third and last route of the
Fate/stay night
visual novel. It focuses on Shirou Emiya and Sakura Matou who are affected by a disharmonize between mages known equally the Holy Grail War.

The commencement film in the trilogy, titled
Presage Flower
premiered in Nihon on October fourteen, 2017,[4]
[5]
and premiered in the Usa between November and December 2017.[6]
Its English dub premiered on June 5, 2018 and June 7, 2018 in the United States.[7]

The 2nd film, titled
Lost Butterfly
premiered in Japan on January 12, 2019.[8]
Aniplex of America released the pic in the United states of america in March 2019.[9]

The third and final moving-picture show in the trilogy, titled
Spring Song, premiered in Japan on August 15, 2020,[10]
and premiered in the United States on Nov eighteen, 2020.[11]

It is the fourth anime adaptation of Blazon-Moon’s works by Ufotable, following
The Garden of Sinners
movie series, the
Fate/Goose egg
television series, and the
Fate/stay night: Unlimited Bract Works
television series[12]
[13]
and likewise the fourth anime accommodation of the
Fate/stay night
visual novel, after Studio Deen’s adaptations
Fate/stay night, a telly serial, and
Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works, a picture; and Ufotable’s adaptation
Fate/stay nighttime: Unlimited Blade Works. The trilogy too is the get-go anime accommodation of the
Sky’s Feel
route.

Plot

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Office 1 – presage flower

[edit]

Shirou Emiya, an amateur mage, has been dragged into the 5th Holy Grail War, a fight to the decease among seven mages and their Servants, familiars who are legendary figures from all eras.

Shirou is determined to win the Holy Grail State of war to save the world and exist a hero of justice, equally well keep his friend, Sakura Matou, safe from the war and her calumniating blood brother, Shinji Matou, with the aid of his Retainer, Saber, and his classmate, Rin Tohsaka. Strange occurrences start happening in the state of war, and Sakura comes down with a mysterious sickness.

Part 2 – lost butterfly

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Despite having lost the war and Saber, Shirou finds himself unable to stop participating in the Holy Grail War. As Sakura is revealed to be a Master in the Holy Grail War, Shirou is determined to keep her safe.

As Sakura starts succumbing to her mysterious affliction, and the mysterious shadow keeps killing people, Shirou and Rin are determined to finish the Holy Grail War.

Office iii – spring song

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As Sakura becomes possessed past shadow, Shirou risks his own body and mind to save her by stopping the tainted Holy Grail, facing his now-corrupted Servant Saber in the process.

Allying with the wayward priest Kirei Kotomine, fellow competitor Illyasviel von Einzbern and Sakura’s displaced Servant Passenger, Shirou and Rin enter a race against time to rescue Sakura from madness and end the Holy Grail State of war once and for all – before the corrupted Grail tin can bring well-nigh the end of the earth.

Cast

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Main characters

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Shirou Emiya
(
衛宮 士郎
,

Emiya Shirō
)
Voiced by: Noriaki Sugiyama (Japanese); Bryce Papenbrook[14]
(English)
The main character of the trilogy and Saber’s master. Shirō is a survivor of the Fourth Holy Grail War and was adopted past the magus Kiritsugu Emiya, whom Shirō wants to follow in the footsteps of by becoming a hero of justice. Every bit the story progresses, he falls in love with his friend Sakura and, after learning of her by, ultimately forsakes his ideals to protect her – despite the hazard she poses to Fuyuki. He later bonds with Illya and loses his left arm while protecting her from the Shadow, resulting in the dying Archer transplanting his arm to salve him. Subsequently Sakura falls to the Shadow’south influence, Shirō risks self-destruction past using Archer’s arm to defeat the corrupted Berserker and enlisting the help of Kirei Kotomine to protect Illya. He then helps Rin and Illya recreate a weapon that tin can defeat Sakura, the Jeweled Sword Zelretch. After reaffirming his desire to relieve Sakura, he forms a temporary pact with Rider to defeat his now-corrupted former Servant, Saber Alter, by combining Archer’southward Rho Aias shield with Passenger’s Bellerophon. Shirō remorsefully eliminates Saber Change before freeing Sakura from the shadow with Caster’s Rule Breaker and facing the most-expressionless Kirei as his concluding opponent in a cruel fistfight. While Shirō defeats Kirei, he hesitates to destroy the grail after realizing he at present fears to die, wishing to reunite with Sakura. Ultimately, he is saved at the last moment by Illya – who reveals herself equally Kiritsugu’due south daughter and, past extension, Shirou’s adoptive older sister – and tearfully watches her cede herself to stop the grail, saving him in the process by transferring his soul out of his dying torso. Later Passenger recovered Shirō’s soul, Rin and Sakura transplant it into an artificial body, effectively reviving Shirō.
Sakura Matou
(
間桐 桜
,

Matō Sakura
)
Voiced by: Noriko Shitaya (Japanese); Cristina Vee[14]
(English)
The main heroine and the driving strength of the story. She is Shirō’s longtime friend and the truthful master of Rider. She has been visiting his abode very oft since they met and helps him with housework, especially when it comes to cooking. Sakura endures an abusive relationship with her brother, even though she tries to hide information technology. She is later revealed to be Rin’s younger sister, given to the Matō family unit by Rin’south father as magi families are merely allowed ane heir each. Zōken then converted her into an bogus Grail Vessel, meant to subvert Heaven’s Feel system – and unwittingly connecting her to the corruption in the Grail, which manifests through her as an entity called “the Shadow.” She eventually becomes Shirō’south lover, but as her sanity erodes, she tries to protect him past leaving. Afterward snapping and killing Shinji, the Shadow corrupts and fuses with her, driving her to kidnap Illya for use every bit a grail vessel until Kirei and Shirō intervene. Nearly killing Kirei after he mocks her sufferings, Sakura is driven away past the debilitating pain of absorbing Berserker later on Shirō defeats him. She later on crushes Zōken’s true crest-worm after ripping it out of her torso when he tries to possess her and devours True Assassin with the Shadow, influenced by the Grail – possessed by the evil spirit Angra Mainyu – towards wiping out humanity. Eventually confronted past her sister Rin, Sakura states her intent to take revenge on Rin for never rescuing her from the Matō family, revealing a long-repressed resentment for Rin being dear by others while Sakura was always driveling. However, to Sakura’south panic, Rin manages to all-time her with the Jeweled Sword Zelretch – only for Rin to spare her at the last moment while sustaining astringent injury. Shocked and distraught by Rin’due south apology for never knowing about or saving Sakura from her torment, Sakura breaks gratuitous of the Shadow’s influence long enough for Shirō to arrive; despite pleading for him to escape so she can take Angra Mainyu down with her expiry, Shirō states she has to live on to make upward for what she’s done and reaffirms his beloved for her, severing her connection to the Shadow and finally freeing her from Angra Mainyu. Carried to safety along with Rin past Passenger, Sakura later helps transfer Shirō’southward soul to a new body afterwards Illya splits it from his onetime one to salve him, finally finding happiness for herself as she and Shirō resume their relationship.
Rider
(
ライダー
,

Raida
)
Voiced by: Yuu Asakawa (Japanese); Melissa Fahn[14]
(English)
Rider is the Servant protagonist in
Heaven’s Experience, much as Archer was for
Unlimited Bract Works
and Saber was in
Fate. She is Shinji’s Servant, summoned to fight for him in the Fifth Holy Grail War. Rider bonds with Sakura and seeks to protect her from her abusive family unit. Rider’s identity is Medusa – the Gorgon monster of Greek myth, who unwittingly killed her sisters later on existence driven mad past a curse from the Olympian Gods – and that she empathizes with Sakura for too being made a monster confronting her will. Subsequently Sakura is revealed equally her true master, Shinji permanently loses his contract with her, and Rider exclusively defends Sakura. She afterwards moves into the Emiya household with Sakura, acting as its guardian in place of Saber, and gradually starts trusting Shirō. Eventually becoming the but surviving Servant exterior Zōken’south control, Rider is ordered by Sakura’s final Command Spell to protect Shirō earlier Sakura succumbs to the Shadow, saving Shirō from Zōken’southward insects but refusing to fight Sakura directly out of loyalty to her. After Shirō reaffirms his pledge to save Sakura, Passenger agrees to follow him for the elapsing of the war and entrusts him with bringing Sakura’s salvation. Confronting the corrupted Saber Alter, Rider pushes herself to the limit past using her Mystic Optics of Petrification and Noble Phantasm Bellerophon combined with Shirō’south Rho Aias barrier-shield counter Saber Modify’s Excalibur Morgan. After recovering from the fight, Rider evacuates a wounded Rin and the now-freed Sakura to safety. Shirō stays to cease the grail, afterward returning to observe Shirō’s soul had been salvaged by Illya at the final moment. Following the war, Rider – now able to laissez passer for a normal human with special glasses to seal her eye’south powers – remains incarnated and maintained by Sakura’s mana, living alongside her with Shirō at his home.
Illyasviel von Einzbern
(
イリヤスフィール・フォン・アインツベルン
,

Iriyasufīru fon Aintsuberun
)
Voiced past: Mai Kadowaki (Japanese); Stephanie Sheh[14]
(English)
The secondary heroine. She is one of the seven participants of the Fifth Holy Grail War and the master of Berserker. She plays a vital role in the war equally Einzbern’s representative. She is ultimately revealed to be the biological daughter of Kiritsugu Emiya – Shirō’south adoptive father – whom she resentfully believes had abandoned her to raise a new family in Shirō. At first, Illya appears to be an enemy to Shirō and Rin but later becomes very close to the former, forming a sibling-like bond with him. Following the destruction of her castle and the loss of Berserker, Illya takes shelter with Shirō and Sakura. Eventually, Illya overhears Taiga talking nearly Kiritsugu and realizes he tried to rescue her before he died, allowing her to finally forgive him. After Sakura becomes corrupted, Illya is again kidnapped on Zōken’s orders but is saved by Kirei and Shirō, though is dismayed to detect her Retainer Berserker has also been corrupted to the point he doesn’t recognize her anymore. Later Shirō severely reduces his lifespan using Archer’s arm to cease Berserker, Illya combines her powers with Rin’s to admission the recorded memories of Illya’s genetic template and original Grail Vessel, Justeaze Lizrich von Einzbern, so that Shirō tin can see an image of the Jeweled Sword Zelretch for him to re-create. After Shirō frees Sakura from the Shadow and defeats Kirei, Illya intervenes before he destroys the Grail himself. Revealing herself as Kiritsugu’s actual child, Illya states her intent to protect Shirō as his older sister and sacrifices her life to complete the Heaven’s Feel Ritual, destroying the Grail and separating Shirō’s soul from his dying body to save him. Illya briefly meets her mother’s soul, Irisviel, in her last moments earlier peacefully fading abroad.
Rin Tohsaka
(
遠坂 凛
,

Tōsaka Rin
)
Voiced past: Kana Ueda (Japanese); Mela Lee[14]
(English)
Rin is a model student and idol of Shirō’s school. She is one of the 7 participants of the Fifth Holy Grail State of war, beingness the master of Archer. Even though she starts as an antagonist, Rin is Shirō’s well-nigh prominent marry during the story, equally both the one to revive him from Lancer’southward deathblow and the i who introduces him to the magus world. Rin and Sakura tend to go along an eye on each other from afar because they are sisters, but Rin was unaware of the Matō family’southward abuse until she raided their home in search of Zouken. Eventually, Sakura’s unstable state makes Rin consider executing her as a mercy-killing and to protect Fuyuki. When Shirō refuses to let, Sakura die, Rin briefly dissolves their alliance but is forced to rejoin subsequently losing Archer to the Shadow. After The Shadow overtakes sakura, Rin joins Shirō, Illya, and Passenger to terminate her rampage. Combining her powers with Shirō and Illya to replicate the Jeweled Sword Zelretch, Rin confronts her sister directly while Shirō and Passenger battle against Saber Alter, besting the shocked Sakura by using the Jeweled Sword’south nigh-inexhaustible magic reserves to cut down the latter’s shadows – however, Rin hesitates to kill Sakura at the last second and is severely injured when the latter lashes out in panic. Embracing Sakura, Rin admits her love for her sister aslope her regret for never knowing about or saving her from her plights, voicing happiness most Sakura keeping the pilus ribbon she gave her before passing out. After existence rescued along with Sakura by Rider, Rin helps transfer Shirō’s soul to a new body before departing for the Mage’south Clan to deal with the fallout of the Holy Grail War, returning sometime afterward to check in on Sakura and Shirō as they meet the cherry-red blossoms bloom.
Saber
(
セイバー
,

Seibā
, lit. “Saber”)
Voiced by: Ayako Kawasumi (Japanese); Kari Wahlgren[14]
(English language)
Saber is Shirō’s Retainer for the Fifth Holy Grail War. Loyal, contained, and reserved, Saber acts coldly but suppresses her emotions to focus on her goals. Her class is considered the “Most Outstanding”, with excellent ratings in all categories. Since her Master cannot effectively provide her with Mana, she minimizes her activity to preserve her energy. Saber is frustrated past Shirō’s “protective” tendencies, assertive his erratic and reckless beliefs will jeopardize their chances of winning the Holy Grail State of war. She ultimately is devoured by the Shadow during her fight with True Assassin and, while trapped inside, is confronted by a tainted re-create of herself. Broken past despair upon learning the Grail she fought two wars for was corrupted, Saber’s personality is completely subsumed past her darker one-half and simply freed of her torment when Shirō kills Saber Modify.
Saber Change
(
セイバー・オルタナティブ
,

Seibā Orutanatibu
, lit.”Saber Alternative”)
Voiced by: Ayako Kawasumi (Japanese); Kari Wahlgren[xiv]
(English language)
A blackness-clad, corrupted version of Saber that confronts the original within the Shadow, bearing inverted morals and a cold, nihilistic disposition. She is the embodiment of Saber’s darker nature – born from the despair she experienced in both her life and in the previous Holy Grail War – who overtakes Saber after the revelation of the Grail’s corrupt nature drives Saber into despondency. She becomes an adversary for the 2nd and third films, serving as the primary enforcer of the Shadow. With her sense of restraint gone and fueled by the tainted Grail’s immense power, she proves strong plenty to defeat Berserker head-on, requiring Shirō and Rider to fight her together. On the war’s final day, she is finally defeated when Shirō combines Archer’s Rho Aius shield with Rider’s Noble Phantasm Bellerophon to break through her Excalibur Morgan, wounding her enough for Shirō to pin and stab her through the heart.
Zoken Matō
(
間桐 臓硯
,

Matō Zōken
)
Voiced past: Masane Tsukayama (Japanese); Michael Donovan[14]
(English)
Zōken is an intelligent, powerful, and ancient sorcerer who is the patriarch of the Matō family and is known to be the grandfather of Shinji and Sakura. He is the chief antagonist of Sky’southward Feel. He was originally a Russian magus under the name Zolgen Makiri and one of the original three Magi to propose the Heaven’south Feel Holy Grail arrangement, existence the designer of the Command Seals. He has clustered an extensive library of sorcery knowledge, even so his lessons are strict and harsh. Zōken considers Shinji a disgrace of a sorcerer, assertive Sakura may have more potential than her brother. He is the chief of True Assassin but afterward manipulates the Shadow to command both Saber and Sakura after the Shadow corrupts them. Afterwards directing Sakura to kidnap Illya, Zōken’due south body is destroyed past Kirei with a purification ritual, forcing him to take refuge in his core crest-worm embedded near Sakura’s heart. However, earlier he tin possess Sakura’south body, Sakura becomes aware of his presence and rips him free of her body, using the Shadow’southward immense magical power to heal her injuries before crushing him. Eventually, he is stumbled upon past Illya, who channels the soul of his longtime love Justeaze to grant him enough peace to laissez passer on.
Shinji Matō
(
間桐 慎二
,

Matō Shinji
)
Voiced by: Hiroshi Kamiya (Japanese); Kyle McCarley[fourteen]
(English)
The supposed chief of Rider and Sakura’s older brother. A very vain and self-assured person who prides himself every bit an equal to Rin. He was once a good friend of Shirō’due south simply became more than afar after Sakura started spending her time with the latter. He is later ousted as a false Master, as his spellbook is burned, and Rider returns to her true Master, Sakura. After Rider permanently dissolves their contract and leaves him, Shinji attempts to blackmail Sakura into leaving Shirō with knowledge of his abusing her, causing Sakura to lash out and kill him.
Truthful Assassinator
(
真アサシン
,

Shin Asashin
)
Voiced past: Tetsu Inada (Japanese); Patrick Seitz[14]
(English)
Summoned by Zōken Mato, bursting out from within Assassin’s flesh when Zōken uses the dying Servant’south torso as the catalyst to summon him. He is ane of the bearers of the title “Hassan-i Sabbah” – the Western farsi “Old Human being of the Mountain” – and a leader of al-Assasīn, from which the term “Assassin” beginning originated. True Assassin manages to defeat Lancer by blindsiding him while the spearman is occupied by the Shadow, gouging his heart out and devouring it to increase his mental acuity. He uses this aforementioned tag-team method to defeat Saber, and, though he fails to remove her center, he renders her concluding act of severing his arm in vain by managing to re-adhere the limb while The Shadow devours saber. He attempts to kill Shirō immediately after Saber’south autumn but is defeated by Rider when she comes to Shirō’s defense. When the tainted Saber Alter defeats Berserker, he is ordered to housebreak Illya but is injured and driven off past Archer. Afterward a corrupted Sakura kidnaps Illya and Shirō mounts a rescue, True Assassinator tries to recover Illya and duels Kirei Kotomine before the latter maims Zōken, forcing him to retreat with his Primary’southward autumn. When Zōken fails to take over Sakura’south torso to supercede his own, Sakura retaliates, and The Shadow consumes True Assassin.
Kirei Kotomine
(
言峰 綺礼
,

Kotomine Kirei
)
Voiced by: Joji Nakata (Japanese); Crispin Freeman[14]
(English)
The church priest and the mediator of the Fifth Holy Grail War. Since her begetter’s decease, he has been shut to Rin as her mentor. He is the primary of Lancer and a former participant of the previous Holy Grail State of war, where he fought Shirō’due south father, Kiritsugu. He later on saves Sakura’s life later her powers get out of control, equally he is curious to see how far Shirō will get to protect her. Eventually, Shirō begrudgingly enlists his assistance to protect Illya from Zōken’s Assassin, after which he mortally injures Zōken by destroying his host body with a purification ritual – during which its revealed Kirei tin can only experience happiness by watching people suffer, as he did with his deceased married woman Claudia Hortensia and that his wish for the Grail was to larn why a “twisted” person like himself exists. However, his victory is brusk-lived as he encounters Sakura and belittles her plights, causing her to retaliate by destroying the life-preserving artificial heart the Grail gave him in the concluding war, though he is ultimately spared when the debilitating pain of absorbing Berserker’south soul forces Sakura to retreat. Verging on death, he manages to reach the Greater Grail in Fuyuki Cave right later Shirō frees Sakura from the Shadow, revealing he helped push events in this management in hopes that Angra Mainyu – the evil entity corrupting the Grail – can answer his existential questions virtually his life purpose based on how it chooses to act when “born”. Although Kirei is the superior fighter, Shirō outlasts Kirei long enough for his body to expire, and Shirō defeats him. Kirei then declares Shirō the victor of the Holy Grail War.

Supporting characters

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Archer
(
アーチャー
,

Āchā
)
Voiced by: Junichi Suwabe (Japanese); Kaiji Tang[xiv]
(English)
Servant of Rin. He is injured early on in the war by Saber, forcing Rin to cede the second of her iii Control Spells to relieve him and form a truce with Shirō. Archer harbors a desire to kill Shirō but abandons his goal when he learns what contaminated the Grail. He is then mortally wounded from protecting Rin, Illya, and Shirō from the Shadow, though he lives just long enough to graft his left arm onto Shirō later the latter loses his own. When Shirō decides to unseal Archer’southward arm, Archer’s epitome appears before him to assist affirm his resolve.
Berserker
(
バーサーカー
,

Bāsākā
)
Servant of Illyasviel von Einzbern. As a powerful creature, he is virtually unstoppable. Waiting for Shirō and Rin to exit the church, he takes this opportunity to assault them. Saber intervenes and is nigh defeated by him until Shirou takes a hard blow for Saber. Due to Illyasviel’s defoliation, they leave. When Zouken confronts Illya, Berserker fights and is ultimately overpowered past the blackened Saber Alter, shortly earlier the Shadow consumes him. He later on reappears in a corrupted state himself, maddened that he no longer recognizes Illya, which forces Shirō to use Archer’s transplanted arm against him past copying Berserker’south sword. Afterwards beingness mortally wounded by Shirō, Berserker not simply breaks gratuitous of the Shadow’s influence merely regains his original sanity, telling Shirō to protect Illya in his stead before fading away.
Gilgamesh
(
ギルガメッシュ
,

Girugamesshu
)
Voiced by: Tomokazu Seki (Japanese); David Earnest[14]
(English language)
Unknown to everyone, Gilgamesh is a servant. Seemingly out of nowhere, he pops upwardly into the church building while Shirou talks to Kirei. He is later seen standing in front of Sakura, chatting to her. Eventually, he attempts to impale Sakura, but she manifests the Shadow and commands it to devour him, resulting in his decease.
Taiga Fujimura
(
藤村 大河
,

Fujimura Taiga
)
Voiced by: Miki Itou (Japanese); Julie Ann Taylor[xiv]
(English language)
Shirō’s homeroom teacher and legal guardian following Kiritsugu’s passing, whom Shirō regards equally an older sis. She is aware of how close Shirō is to Sakura and encourages – or occasionally teases – him to be more than open to her near it. She later comforts Sakura when she worries most Shirō and unwittingly helps Illya to forgive Kiritsugu. After the Holy Grail War, Taiga checks in on Shirō and Sakura, supporting their relationship aslope Rider and Rin.
Caster
(
キャスター
,

Kyasutā
)
Voiced by: Atsuko Tanaka (Japanese); Megan Hollingshead[14]
(English)
Servant of Souichirou Kuzuki. First seen in Ryuudou Temple with her master. She leaves to check on Assassin, who is watching the gate. When arriving, she sees his sword at the lesser of the steps equally it disappears. She returns to the temple equally she sees her master maimed by True Assassinator. Threatening to kill her chief, she is told to use her Noble Phantasm, Dominion Breaker, on herself. After doing so, True Assassin stabs her and kills Souichirou. Zoken’south bugs drag her body abroad, later reanimated and used to fight confronting Shirō, Rin, and Saber earlier the Shadow interferes and devours it. During the Grail War’southward last 24-hour interval, Shirō uses his copy of her Rule Billow to complimentary Sakura from the Shadow.
Souichirou Kuzuki
(
葛木 宗一郎
,

Kuzuki Sōichirō
)
Voiced past: Kazuhiro Nakata (Japanese); Lex Lang (English language)
Master of Caster. A instructor at Homurahara University, the school where Shirō, Sakura, and Shinji attend. Meeting Pulley at Ryuudou Temple, he is sliced up by True Assassin. As his limbs and head are cut simply non severed, he is leveraging Truthful Assassinator against Caster. He is later on killed once Caster uses Dominion Breaker on herself.
Assassinator
(
アサシン
,

Asashin
)
Voiced by: Shin-ichiro Miki (Japanese); Todd Haberkorn[14]
(English language)
Servant of Caster. When first shown, Assassin has dropped his sword downward the steps of Ryuudou Temple. Bloodied and on the ground, True Assassinator explodes out of his body. Later, his body disappears into a shadow.
Lancer
(
ランサー
,

Ransā
)
Voiced past: Nobutoshi Canna (Japanese); Tony Oliver[xiv]
(English language)
Servant of Kirei Kotomine. He briefly appears at the beginning of the starting time movie, where after Shirou sees him fighting with Archer, Lancer pursues Shirou dorsum to Shirou’southward house, where Shirou summons Saber and Lancer retreats. He reappears afterward, post-obit Zoken to the Ryuudou Temple on his Master’due south orders, where he sees True Assassin kill Caster as well as her Main. He pursues True Assassin through the city and is baited to a lake where the Shadow waits. The Shadow holds Lancer down long plenty for Truthful Assassin to use his Noble Phantasm to extract and eat his heart, right before the Shadow finishes him off.
Sella
(
セラ
,

Sera
)
Voiced by: Haruhi Nanao (Japanese); Julia McIlvaine[14](theatrical edition);Rachael Lillis (home video edition)[15]
(English)
Ane of Illyasviel’south retainers. She is staunchly protective of Illya and ofttimes chastises her companion Leysritt’s carefree behavior.
Leysritt
(
リーゼリット
,

Rīzeritto
)
Voiced by: Miho Miyagawa (Japanese); Brianna Knickerbocker[14]
(English)
One of Illysviel’southward retainers. She is far more than relaxed than her companion Sella, oft earning a rebuke from the one-time.
Issei Ryūdō
(
柳洞 一成
,

Ryūdō Issei
)
Voiced by: Mitsuaki Madono (Japanese); Robbie Daymond[14]
(English)
A friend of Shirō’s and the pupil body president of his school. His father is the caput priest of Ryūdō Temple, where he and the other monks are left unconscious after True Assassin’s attack on Caster and Kuzuki. Issei is later questioned past Rin in the hospital while mourning Kuzuki, whom he respected greatly.
Ayako Mitsuzuri
(
美綴 綾子
,

Mitsuzuri Ayako
)
Voiced past: Fumie Mizusawa (Japanese); Brina Palencia[14]
(English)
The captain of the archery dojo and senior to Shirō, who often wishes him to return to archery later on his injury. She gets her claret sucked by Rider on Shinji’s orders equally petty revenge but is saved past Shirō and Saber. Shirō takes her to Kotomine for treatment earlier she is hospitalized for recovery.

Product

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On July 28, 2014, information technology was announced that an anime film accommodation of the
Heaven’s Feel
route of the
Fate/stay night
serial was greenish-lit at a press conference at Shinagawa, Tokyo, where information technology was revealed that Ufotable would be adapting. Takahiro Miura would be storyboarding the accommodation.[12]
The staff later announced at AnimeJapan 2016 that the film adaptation would be divide into three films, with the kickoff flick, titled
Presage Flower, scheduled to premiere in 2017.[5]

Reception

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Box office

[edit]

Presage Flower

[edit]

Presage Flower
in its opening weekend reached #1 at the Japanese box part, grossing
¥413,030,840
from 247,509 admissions within two days.[xvi]
It has grossed
$19,035,675
worldwide as of February 2019, including
¥1.five billion
($13.7 million) in Japan,[17]
$4,685,622 in China, $417,439 in Southward Korea and Commonwealth of australia, $193,833 in the United States and Canada,[xviii]
and $38,781 in Argentina and New Zealand.[19]

Lost Butterfly

[edit]

Lost Butterfly
debuted at the top of Japan’s box part selling 363,080 tickets to earn
¥602,841,741
($5.55 million) in 3 days. The film sold 12% more tickets and earned 18% more in its opening weekend than the outset film in the trilogy.[20]
Past its 12th day, the picture show surpassed
¥i billion, once again surpassing the record of
Pressage Blossom.[21]
By Feb nineteen, 2019 it has sold over 1one thousand thousand tickets and grossed over
¥1.5 billion
($xiii.54 1000000) in Japan.[22]

Overseas, the moving-picture show grossed
HK$i.xv million
(US$146,760) in Hong Kong.[23]
The North American debut of the film earned $420,595 at the box office in March 2019.[24]
In Cathay, where the film released on 12 July 2019,[23]
it debuted with an opening weekend of
$three.5 one thousand thousand.[25]
As of 14 July 2019, the moving picture has grossed
$nineteen.8 million
worldwide.[26]

Jump Song

[edit]

Leap Song’s opening topped the Japanese box role, 270,000 tickets sold for a gross of 474,890,600 yen ($4.48 million) in its opening weekend.[27]
The movie made one billion yen at the Japanese box office in 11 days, reaching the milestone quicker than the first ii films, and sold a total of 620,000 tickets in that fourth dimension.[28]
The moving picture went on to earn more than 1.9 billion yen ($xviii one thousand thousand) by October 15, 2020 in Nihon, until December 31, information technology grossed ii billion yen ($xviii.viii million) in Japan, making it the highest-grossing movie in the
Heaven’s Feel
trilogy.[29]

Leap Song
went on to earn in South Korea $682,049, in Commonwealth of australia $124,140, in the New Zealand $17,588, in Hong Kong $259,051, in Mexico $75,000

In the United states,
Bound Vocal
opened in 10th place at the box office, with estimated earnings of $200,000 from a limited release in 304 theaters.[29]
[30]

Disquisitional reception

[edit]

Presage Blossom

[edit]

Kim Morrissy from Anime News Network gave
Presage Blossom
an overall grade of ‘A,’ calling it a fine work of cinema and the best
Fate
accommodation even so.[31]
Equally the movie focused more than on Sakura, the Fandom Post stated that her interactions with Shirou make the best scenes since Shirou’s personality did not differ too much from
Unlimited Blade Works.[32]
In another review, the Fandom Postal service enjoyed how Shirou’southward posttraumatic stress disorder over the burn in his metropolis is shown connecting the story with the ending of
Fate/Zero, thus exploring deeper surface area of his past. While the writer enjoyed his interactions with Sakura and Saber, he did not find him as engaging as the Shirou from
Unlimited Blade Works
persona.[33]
UK Anime Network criticized his traits, finding them “bland,” but they too thought that the anime adaptation was able to capture Nasu’s writing properly.[34]

Kim Morrissy from Anime News Network as well listed it as the best film from 2017.[35]

Lost Butterfly

[edit]

Kim Morrissy from Anime News Network gave
Lost Butterfly
an overall grade of ‘A’, calling
Lost Butterfly
“fifty-fifty better than the first movie”, and that the pic “amped up the stakes considerably”.[36]

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External links

[edit]


  • Official website

    (in Japanese)

  • Official English website




Sumber: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fate%2Fstay_night%3A_Heaven%27s_Feel

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