Student mage Rin is made a Master, one who controls ancient warrior spirits in a battle for the Holy Grail and its destiny as an icon for good. Young mage Rin Tosaka unleashes the legendary Archer to battle her classmates' warrior servants for the Holy Grail, but someone's not playing fair. Meanwhile, Rin and Archer battle a foe who's feeding on human life energy. The Holy Grail War continues, as does the question of what it takes to become a "hero. Meanwhile, Rin visits Kirei at church and makes a shocking discovery.
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In it, seven participants, known as "Masters", and their "Servants", reincarnated personifications of legendary heroes of history, fight in a battle royale for the Holy Grail , an omnipotent magical chalice that can fulfill any wish or desire for its victor. Shirou and his Servant Saber , are forced to team up with Rin Tohsaka , another Master in the Holy Grail War, but Shirou finds himself earning the strong dislike of Rin's mysterious Servant Archer , whose motivations are unknown. The first half of the series ran from October 4 to December 27, The second half ran from April 4 to June 27, They were released from November 26, to September 30, The first one containing the first season was out on March 25, A cover version of "This Illusion" from the original visual novel was used as the ending theme for episode 12, performed by LiSA. The song "Last Stardust", performed by Aimer, was used as an insert song for episode From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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