Or does Fate knows Akamatsu won't allow anyone to die, and avoids killing so that nobody would have to suddenly appear to save Anya?
Maybe he is like Wash Stampede, trying to destroy the world that surrounds people without harming them, leaving them in a wasteland and turning their life into a living hell.
Or maybe he wishes to destroy the exisiting spiritual world of people and reshape it at the discretion of his own. I mean we shouldn't take "I want to destroy the world" too literally.
probably more like "return the world to nothingness and rebuild it from the begining." After all they said that Asuna had that kind of power.
Oh god, now he's taking ideas from Evangelion. lol
That sounds more like the motto of nihilists.Quote:
"return the world to nothingness and rebuild it from the begining
I believe Nihilists are something different. It was about not trusting what you are told and testing everything, if i remember correctly.
And idea of destroying and rebuilding the world is quite natural. Don't you do it with your computer when it stops working properly? So as long as you can back up the people you want to save, it's not a bad plan. If you don't mind killing a _lot_ of people, that is. Of course, everybody not listed in 'people to be saved' (and some of those who are) will object, so doing that makes you an uber-villain.
Well, "nihil" means "nothingness" in Latin so I guess in a way one can call Fate a nihilist if he does intend to "return the world to nothingness and rebuild it from the begining."
Destroying and rebuilding the world. Well if its only that then they should have needed Asuna from the very start but they didn't plan on kidnapping Asuna back then. It was only a coincidence that Fate met up with Negi on the Magical World right?
true...but back during this it seemed that fate already knew what asuna was(Though I like how Del rey worded this better. Wilhelm said something along the lines of,"You, Asuna Kagurazaka, may be insturmental in our ongoing mission." or something llike that. ).