Haven't heard about the fate series yet? It's the latest online streaming TV show from MGM Television Studios. It's the follow-up of hit television shows like Lost, Psych, and Hawaii 5: False Love and is based on them. If you've not seen it yet, you're in for a treat because the wait is almost over.
If by some chance, you just watched it wrong, then you'll regret it for the rest of your life. Don't worry! You've got your back on this one. Here to help you out, we have your back to guide you to the right track so you can fully experience the destiny series to the fullest.
In the first part of the fate series, Lost Girl, Michael had a fight with her own father, which resulted in him being taken over by the Firm. In the second part, The Firm was dissolved but not before Bellamy anduffy found out that Michael still has feelings for them. That's where the idea of the second part came from. Now, here we have the second part of the spinoff...
After the events of the first part, The Fallen comes back as a new recruit in Team GREMLY. Unlike the other team members, however, he is very unstable. He has already started acting strange and is already getting the clinches that he needs. Fortunately, he is now teamed up with Kaname since they share a vision and they also are very close to each other... And since the fate series is about saving the world, it would make sense if they should work together.
For those who have seen the fate series watch order, or the visual novels, you will know that the main characters are Alice, Luke, and Miles. While the visual novel is not an exact adaptation, it follows the general storyline of the Fate series pretty closely. That means that fans of the Fate visual novels will definitely find this an enjoyable read. This is the reason why studios like studios such as DreamWorks Animation, Lions Gate Entertainment, and Studio 8bit have produced a film version of the Fate series. So far, the latest release in this franchise is the stay night version.
The stay night visual novel revolves around a new magical girl called Shirou Emiya, who is assigned to protect the world from the Britannia Empire. The game starts when she is still a little girl and is forced to attend the St lambs school, run by Zero Ejecta, a man who desires to rule the world. In the school, she meets the three magical girls - Rin, Mugiwara, and Stella - who form the guilds known as The Lanes. The game starts when they learn that the Britannia Empire has started a plan to wipe out all the nations that stand beside it, starting with Japan.
The stay night visual novel also follows a boy called Yuusuke Tozawa who lives in a town called Hachiima with his family. He happens to be in the middle of a game tournament when a mysterious stranger called Shinichi appeared and asked for his help. Together with the three other girls, he tries to save the town and ultimately win the tournament. As the game progresses, they witness the battles and struggles that take place between the Britannia Empire and the Lanes, and they also get introduced to a new character named Alice.
From the first chapter, it is clear that this visual novel has more adult than the Fate series. The fights are more intense and the situation becomes more challenging to solve. If you are looking for an action-packed visual novel that has great story development, well told through a well-written narrative, then this is the one to read. With a great female protagonist, excellent battles, and well-put-together visual novel, Holy Grail War: Heaven's Wings is the complete package that fans of the Fate series should have waiting for.