Fate Stay Night

The Fate/Stay Night Anime Is Based On The Fate/Stay Night Visual Novel By Type-moon. The Episodes Are Directed By Yuji Yamaguchi, Animations By Studio Deen, And Produced By Fate Project, Which Included Geneon Entertainment, TBS, CREi, Type-Moon And Frontier Works Inc. The Series’ Plot Is Primarily Based On The Fate Storyline In The Fate/Stay Night Visual Novel, Although Some Elements Of The Other Two Storylines, Unlimited Blade Works And Heaven’s Feel, Are Included In The Plot.

Fate Stay Night

English Dub

Status – Completed

Episodes – 01 – 24

January 7, 2006 – June 17, 2006

The Episodes Originally Aired From January 7 To June 17, 2006 In Japan On Saitama Television, And Later On CTC, KBS, tvk, Tokyo MX, Sun TV, TV Aichi, and AT-X.

The Series Later Received Its International Television Premieres On The Animax Anime Channel In 2007, And Since June 2007 On The English-language Animax TV Channels In Southeast Asia, As Well As On Other TV Channels In South Korea, Hong Kong And Other Countries In The Region.

The Episodes Use Five Pieces Of Music : Two Introductory And Three Final. The Opening Themes Are The First Two Singles Of Japanese Singer Sachi Tainaka: “Disillusion” Is A Revised Version Of The Introductory Theme Of The Visual Novel THIS ILLUSION, Which Is Used In The First Fourteen Episodes, And “Kirameku Namida Wa Hoshi Ni” “is Used For The Rest Of The Episodes.

The First Final Theme There Was “Anata Ga Ita Mori” By J-pop Group Jyukai, Which Was Used In All Episodes Except Episodes Fourteen And Twenty-four, In Episode Fourteen There Was “Hikari” Jyukaya, And In Twenty-four, “Kimi To No Ashita” By Sachi Tainaki.

Type-moon Has Released Eight DVD Compilations In Japan, Each Containing Three Episodes. The First Of These Compilations Peaked At # 5 On The Oricon Charts As Of April 5, 2006. Geneon Entertainment Has Released Six DVD Compilations, Each Containing Four Episodes, In North America, The Sixth Of Which Was Released On October 9, 2007. Original Soundtrack. For Episodes Containing Forty Music Tracks Was Also Released By Geneon Entertainment On January 16, 2007.

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