@SamJaz: well i kind of think this is like a show that ran for 13 episodes. I want to end with master vs. master no servants just thier own power which is lacking in the RP
@ChronoWolf: has Cyrus been in the story at all the whole RPG?
I actually can see Louise dealing heavy damage to all involved.
But right now, we're on episode, two? Maybe three?
There's nothing wrong with running for thirteen episodes, most RP's don't even reach that. However, you need to actually stretch to that length.
And Cyrus shot at Kar. Or Ken. I forget.
@SamJaz: no it ends because Yukari is being deleted so there's no need for an extensive story
i have found something else more interestng@ChronoWolf: when this battle starts don't post ahead ay if i geta ttacked down post ahead of the point i hate when when pople do that
@Galenbeta: And I hate it when a show I'm enjoying gets cancelled right when it was getting good.
@ChronoWolf: When the battle starts, you post, because I'm done. I had three levels of plot planned for this, and it was going to be amazing, but nope. Galen's found something more interesting than failing.
Ah, screw it. One more for the road. However, I'm not going to exclude the other players. All the Master's from this round are going to take part, not just the ones that Galen has a personal vendetta against, or hasn't fought yet.
So, Five against One Against One? Funny, for once, someone doesn't have numbers on his side.
"You fools who dare interfere in my war" the two dead apostles were reduced to ash by the Grail.
The plot of this war centers around the grail summoning the masters and servants of the past because it finaly decided that the wa has to have a victor. The way to victory is to kill every servant and master that stands in your way until you are the only one.
The only people who actually killed anyone in the war are Castor and Pollux making them the only ones who moved towards the end goal of becoming winners. If the grail wants a winner and the two are the only ones who did anything to win, then they aren't interfering with the war. If anything, the grail would give them a powerup instead of killing them.
Your explanation for the ass-pull is invalid, illogical and many other things.
So, we agree that Galen is flushing the story down the toilet for purely selfish reasons with absolutely no basis in the context of the base universe, despite the majority vote against such actions, and that by rules of the game, Castor and Pollux should be heralded as the most successful players so far, instead of being punished for succeeding?