MakaS0ul Sep 30, 2018 4:04AM


BugDevil Sep 30, 2018 5:34AM

I guess not having to hide her gender and growing up greatly improved Arturia's entire legend and led to a stable family.
Meaning everything bad that happened in Brittain can be traced back to Saber's frustration with her eternally teenage body.

gweanakjakarta Sep 30, 2018 3:21PM

^I'm pretty sure it was because Excalibur's side effect. Not only she became eternally young, she also lost all of her emotions, resulting of her becoming apathetic, even to Mordred

MagicalGirlCiri Sep 30, 2018 6:34PM

Man that's a really nice family picture.
Also can't help but find it funny how unimportant Guinevere is to the Fate version of Camelot. Other than Lancelot sleeping with her..

MagicalGirlCiri Sep 30, 2018 9:07PM


Maybe in the Lostbelt Camelot arc she'll make a surprise appearance as an Avenger or something.

KuroAkaShiro Sep 30, 2018 11:03PM

Yes. YES. All my Yesses.
I don't care if it's incest, I want more Morgan x Arthuria stuff.

MarqFJA87 Oct 1, 2018 8:40AM

@gweanakjakarta: That was actually the doing of Caliburn and, after said sword was lost/broken, Avalon.

BugDevil Oct 1, 2018 10:10AM

@gweanakjakarta Oh I'm aware why Arturia's body never aged. Caliburns effects and all that. Though I'm dead certain that her emotions didn't die off from pulling Caliburn from the stone. Where'd you get that?

gweanakjakarta Oct 1, 2018 11:22PM

@BugDevil a fanpage in Facebook, now that you gave me this info, I don't know. maybe I forgot some stuffs, or I misread something

BugDevil Oct 2, 2018 7:37AM

^a secondary I see. Well don't worry about it. In the end I was just making a lighthearted joke. Nothing in Camelot is that simple.

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MarqFJA87 Oct 2, 2018 7:43PM

@gweanakjakarta: No, you didn't get it wrong, just the cause. Artoria chose to seal off her emotions because she believed that to be required to become an "ideal king". To be fair, it worked as intended: She was perfectly impartial and just throughout her reign. It's just that her lack of emotion alienated her from her subjects, including many knights who served in her military, and probably was a factor in the rift that formed between her and Mordred that ultimately led to her refusing to make said child her heir, thus sparking the infamous rebellion that saw the kingdom that she had forged destroyed.

As Iskandar later tells her, she was a perfect ruler, but a shitty leader (and he, incidentally, is the opposite: a shitty ruler, but the best leader his people ever had by virtue of living his life to the fullest alongside them, i.e. acting as human as any of his subjects were).

CrotakuShinobi Dec 11, 2018 8:50AM

sigh Its pictures like this that makes me want an alternate take on the story where they lived as a happy family.

masspao Jan 22, 2021 3:55AM

@MarqFJA87 the truth for me a King who would continue to be a man or a woman is one who has an open heart to his people but without melting so much, a leader not a boss, which is logical when it should be without going to the extreme of fanaticism, in other words a balance in all his being that of love but also of authority to his people.