This is a post that I’ve been mulling in the back of my mind since I effectively dropped Azur Lane halfway through the 2nd episode. I’m going to try to outline why I think KanColle and Fate/Grand Order – Absolute Demonic Front: Babylonia succeeded in their first two episodes where Azur Lane failed. Continue reading
I haven’t been particularly active on the blog recently, mostly due to a midwinter slump that left me mentally drained. Things are looking up and there’ll be more happening here over the coming months. Continue reading
Fate/Grand Order is a short movie prologue to the mobile game of the same name. It is essentially an alternate continuity to the main Fate/Stay Night universe, one where the Fourth Holy Grail War in 2004 goes horribly wrong.
The Chaldea Security Organisation (CSO) is responsible for guaranteeing humanity’s continued existence and eventually notices the singularity, and that it will lead to humanity’s destruction.
Which is kind of against their core mission, so they’d like to register an objection. The CSO attempts to send a team of 50 odd Master candidates back in time to intervene but yet another disaster strikes. Continue reading