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Ten years after facing defeat in the Fourth Holy Grail War, Waver Velvet, now Lord El Melloi II, teaches classes at the Clock Tower—the center of education for mages. However, his new status as "Lord" comes with a caveat: obey the orders of Reines, the younger sister of the deceased Kayneth El Melloi, until she is old enough lớn rule the House of El Melloi.Waver, along with his mysterious apprentice Gray, takes on a series of cases assigned by Reines & the Mages Association. With each case proving khổng lồ be more complex than the last, could there be more to the Clock Tower than meets the eye, & what secrets does Reines hide?

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like the sands of an hourglass, the Fate franchise almost seems lớn be timeless since it started. It’s 2019 & we now live in an age where another one of its light novel series gets an anime adaptation from the Nasuverse. Taking place years after the events of Fate/Zero, you have lớn wonder how the show will be able lớn keep up its hype. This is especially true with a protagonist like Waver Velvet, a professor from the Mage’s Association. But with a sigh of regret, I am rather flabbergasted at how this Nasuverse anime ended up being no more than mediocrity.Watching Lord El-Melloi II Sei no Jikenbo Rail Zepplin Grace cảnh báo feels like you are thrown into a world where you need at least some prior experience with Nasuverse. If you have no experience with Fate/Zero, then I would highly suggest at least reading some insight about that series. Before getting lớn the juicy part of Lord El-Melloi, I should also mention the series is seemingly divided by two arcs. The light novels is still ongoing in japan with 10 volumes running so common sense xúc tích và ngắn gọn designates this show as an incomplete adaptation. That’s not a main problem but it doesn’t stray from the fact that the anime feels like an advertisement. My impression from the first few episodes is based on the introduction of the characters, in particular members of the Mage’s Association. Waver Velvet feels like a character who practically lives with his job. As a lecturer of the Clock Tower, the man has a reputation & is well-known for his knowledge of magic. Rarely showing emotions and devoted khổng lồ his work, Lord El-Melloi may be a character that the audience won’t be easily accept or relate to. On the other hand, I vày appreciate a protagonist who is has a strong head with knowledge. Lord El-Melloi II may not be an easy person to lớn make friends with but he is an extremely valuable asset khổng lồ the Mage’s Association.Nasuverse contains an expanding lore that can be rather complex if you’re unfamiliar with its franchises. This anime won’t be too easy to lớn understand at first based on its magic system. Some episodes uses a method of ‘show & tell’ while others vaguely touches upon its branches of magic. However, I vị feel that the anime contains a feeling of mystique at times. It seems the anime wants the audience to lớn figure out how things work before certain concepts are explained. In fact, the first half of the show has weekly mysteries that connects to the series’ overall themes. It isn’t until the second half where we get an ongoing plot, known as the Rail Zepplin arc.With that being said, there’s one main character I’m sure fans have taken notice from the start. Gray, the hooded girl with “Saber-face”, is the apprentice of Lord El-Melloi II. Coming from the countryside, there’s a certain level of mystique about her character that will get the audience curious. The relationship she shares with Lord El-Melloi II is that of a master-apprentice. It’s straightforward with the two collaborating on missions although sometimes, it’s shown that Gray can let emotions get the best of her. This is noticeable in some episodes when Gray is anxious about Lord El-Melloi II’s safety. Their relationship is not fully developed in this anime and stands out best at mediocrity. This is in similar stance lớn Reines, the bloodline successor of the El-Melloi household. Throughout the show, she has a brother-like relationship with Lord El-Melloi II but the anime doesn’t make the pair significant enough to appreciate. In fact, I think this is one of the main weakness of the series. It lacks character relationships that are meaningful khổng lồ talk about. From start lớn finish, I can’t recall any character pair that makes the show worthwhile khổng lồ watch. This is a bit ironic considering some of the previous Fate series usually has character pairs in the form of servants/masters. Even Fate/Apocrypha has character relationships elements that are worth talking about. In this show? Not a chance.In addition, it’s worth noting the anime reintroduces some of the previous characters Fate fans may be familiar with. Characters such as Luvia & Kairi makes appearances with various roles that sometimes feel lượt thích they can overshadow the protagonists. New characters such as Flat Escardos & Olga also has more personality than the main leads. It’s a sad state of affairs when the main characters can’t carry an anime together. Perhaps the better question to ask yourself in this case is how much we should appreciate the plot. An important arc known as the “Rail Zepplin” takes place in the second half of the series with high stakes & mystery. It also takes place on a quality train that gets darker và darker with each progressing episode. Hell, the arc even adds elements of murder suspense that turns the show into more of a thriller. However, the overall execution turns peculiar turns with introductions of characters such as Hephaestion. The mystery involves with a murder case và the Mystic Eyes that fans may draw references from the Garden of Sinner franchise. But with all due respect, putting Lord El-Melloi on the sidelines weakens his character importance even more. Instead, the anime decided lớn gives more role to lớn Luvia and Kairi during their investigations. Gray herself giao dịch with Hephaestion who develops a sort of rivalry between the duo. The overall Rail Zepplin arc really depends on how you’d appreciate it but at the end of the day, mixing different kinds of genres together without character development is no good.Even as the show retains a rather serious mood, there are occasionally tongue và cheek humor. The anime plays around with some character gags such as Gray’s unfamiliarity with being normal. There’s even one particular episode where she goes shopping with her female friends. Other times, we get characters acting lượt thích goofballs such as Flat at the academy. Ironically, the Mage Association hardly feels like a school & more about preparing students for mages. Outside of Lord El-Melloi II’s class, you don’t get to see other professors or classes being taught. This isn’t Hogwarts, folks. Studio Troyca helms this show và visually, it retains a familiar look with its other previous projects. As the director, Makoto Katou designs the characters with similar style but also visually enough khổng lồ make each unique. Lord El-Melloi II is perhaps most noticeable as someone who looks like an older adult and genuinely gives the impression of a professor. Plus, let’s not forget about the technical quality. If there’s something khổng lồ brag about the show, this is it. The production chất lượng looks lượt thích poetry in motion. The battle cinematics looks lượt thích watching a film on occasions especially in the second arc. Each fight is impactful and draws out the abilities of the characters. If that wasn’t enough, we vì get lớn see flashy weapons used such as Gray’s signature scythe. Tín đồ service does exist although minimal và isn’t distracting. The show relies much more on its visual dynamics than showing skin. And to vị trí cao nhất it off, we also get a stylish OP song without lyrics but with a mesmerizing tune. As a tín đồ of the Nasuverse and some of its previous Fate franchises, Lord El-Melloi felt lượt thích watching a long movie as part of an major saga. With 13 episodes, the anime didn’t have enough time khổng lồ develop its cast or craft storytelling that is worth remembering. However, I vì chưng have khổng lồ give credit about the show’s technical elements thanks to the work of the director & studio. With all that being said, this anime is probably worth watching if you’re instinctively curious about the expanding Nausverse. But if you’re someone expanding a lot from this show, you should turn back now.