Thursday, 27 December 2012

My Collection: Petit Chara Land - Fate/Zero Chimitto Seihai Sensou Arc by MegaHouse

Hi people, finally time to show my new collection! This box of just arrived last week and I can't wait to open them up for taking pictures. If you recalled, I have posted the poster image of this series on this blog (Click here to view it). Now let's check the box art!

All four sides of the box are covered with images of the figures itself showing all the possibilities of figures you would get from the box.

Well, the first two I got to opened was the Rider and his master from Fate/ Zero. This Rider (left figure) was known as Iskandar, Alexander the Great who was once the King of Persia, also nicknamed King of Conquerors. His master (right figure) known as Waver Velvet, a ninteen years old  student at Clock Tower, an institute of the Mage's Association, who is also a magus with a recognized magical lineage of three generations.

Next we have two servants, Archer and Lancer. The Archer in Fate/ Zero is known as Gilgamesh, the great half-god, half-human king that ruled the Sumerian city-state of Uruk, the capital city of ancient Mesopotamia, in the years before Christ. In the anime, he was summoned by Tokiomi Tohsaka  and was portrayed as an arrogant but powerful servant who believed he is the only one who is fit to be called a king in the entire world. Lancer's (Right figure) real identity is Diarmuid Ua Duibhne, the son of Donn, foster son of Aengus, and first warrior of the knights of Fianna. In the anime, he is a proud and noble knight who wishes to serve his lord to the best of his abilities. Summoned by Kayneth Archibald El-Melloi in the fourth Holy Grail War in the stead of Rider-class Servant, Iskander, as the catalyst to summon him was stolen by Waver Velvet.

The final two figure are a master and servant team. Kiritsugu Emiya (Left figure) is the Master of Saber.  Although branded as the Magus Killer by the Association, Kiritsugu wishes to be a "hero of justice" that protects the weak. Saber (Center and right figure), servant of Kiritsugu Emiya, is actually King Arthur, the same character from Fate/stay night. Known as the King of Knights, she maintains a high code of honour. Though she and Kiritsugu are Servant and Master seeking the same ultimate goal of peace, their differing ideological perspectives result in a strained relationship where Kiritsugu does not directly acknowledge Saber.

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