Shiro and Rin are still in the middle of the Holy Grail war, but Shiro has lost Saber. He struggles to come to terms with how he failed her and how it had been his lifelong dream to become a hero of justice.
Most of the players are now in the mix and battles are becoming more intense. No more running and hiding when it looks like you might lose, these servants are putting their lives on the line.
There are still a number of unanswered questions and hidden motives that could flip this Holy Grail war on its head. In the end, there can be only one master, but who will it be? Continue reading “Fate/Stay Night: Unlimited Blade Works – Season Two”
The Fifth Holy Grail war has begun and Shiro Emiya has found himself caught in the middle. An amateur mage with limited abilities somehow he managed to summon a servant. It’s not just any old servant either. It’s a Saber class servant.
A secret magical tournament, the Holy Grail War is fought between seven mages, each with a servant, a reincarnated personification of legendary heroes. The seven mages fight to the death until there is a sole victor. The Holy Grail will then grant the champions a wish of their choosing.
With seven highly skilled warriors, it’s not good enough just to have the strongest one. If the mage is killed, the warrior will vanish. The mage must be more than just an accidental master. Continue reading “Fate/Stay Night: Unlimited Blade Works – Season One”
Well, we are officially into the second half of the year. I had a great time with my relatives and friends that visited from out of town. Seriously, though, stop eating into my writing time. Just kidding, but stop it.
That said I did manage to put the finishing touches to volume twenty-six. It was glorious and everything I imagined it would be many, many moons ago. In all seriousness, the entire series started out as a three thousand word short story.
I originally wrote that story back in 2007. Not too long after that, I began moving around the world and experiencing what life had to offer. It wasn’t until 2016, not long after moving to Canada, that the idea reappeared. Continue reading “Author Journey July 2017”