Hello! This is my first post for 2010. Ok, let see. This is for fans of Fate/Stay Night, just like me, this is Fate/Stay Night : Shiro Emiya Use Casual Wear Figma Figure . A figma of Saber’s master who was dragged into the Holy Grail War.
This figure using the smooth yet poseable joints of figma, you can act out various scenes. A flexible plastic is used for posable areas, allowing proportions to be kept, without compromising posability. Two face parts are included, a normal face and a grinning face. The twin blades, Kanshou and Bakuya are both included. Berserker’s axe-blade and Archer’s left arm are both included as optional parts. A poseable figma stand is included, which allows various poses to be taken.
Shirō Emiya (衛宮 士郎, Emiya Shirō) is a good-hearted and honest teenager, who always enjoys helping others. Shirō has no interest in the Holy Grail, and instead despises its use. However, he is determined to win the Holy Grail War with Saber, for he hopes his efforts will ensure that another disaster like the Fuyuki fire will never occur again. He is raised by Emiya Kiritsugu, who imparts on him basic sorcery, and the ideal of protecting the innocent. Shiro takes this ideal to the extreme, going as far to shield his own servant from danger. He is in his second year of High School, and his hobbies include fixing a variety of broken things, from VCRs to stoves, as well as cooking and cleaning. He is voiced by Noriaki Sugiyama in the anime adaptation, and by Sam Riegel in the English adaptation.
Shirō is unskilled in most traditional forms of sorcery, and he only knows Reinforcement, the power to analyze the structural composition of objects and increase their effectiveness by understanding their chemical and physical makeup, such as the sharpness and durability of a sword and shield. However, he lacks mastery for even this simple spell, and his various applications of it are limited. He later masters a more advanced form known as “Projection”, which allows him to recreate objects from memory. The clearer the image in the user’s mind, the better the final result. Shiro’s personal variation of Projection is referred as Tracing, which also copies the history and special properties of the items, though they are of slightly lesser quality. All of the objects are created within the reality marble, Unlimited Blade Works, a world where all of the necessary materials are at his disposal.
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