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Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works[a] is an anime series produced by Ufotable. It is based on the visual novel Fate/stay night produced by Type-Moon. The narrative is primarily based on the Unlimited Blade Works storyline in the visual novel, and follows Shirou Emiya, a high school student and amateur magus living in Fuyuki City, Japan. Shirou is unexpectedly brought into the Fifth Holy Grail War, a secret magical tournament in which seven participants, known as "Masters", and their "Servants", reincarnated personifications of legendary historical heroes, fight in a battle royale for the Holy Grail, an omnipotent magical chalice that can fulfill any wish or desire for its victor. When Shirou and his Servant Saber are forced to team up with Rin Tohsaka, another Master in the Holy Grail War, Shirou finds himself earning the strong dislike of Rin's mysterious Servant Archer, whose motivations are unknown.
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In 2011, Type-Moon ported Fate/stay night to the PlayStation Vita. Type-Moon intended to include animated cutscenes for each of the routes for the port. Studio ufotable was tasked to animate the cutscenes. During production, Ufotable president Hikaru Kondo had an idea about the possibility of creating a full anime series that would be an adaptation of the visual novel. At the time, Studio Deen had already created two works based on the visual novel, including a 2006 animated series largely based on the 'Fate' route, and a 2010 movie based on the Unlimited Blade Works route. Kondo proposed the idea to Type-Moon CEO Takashi Takeuchi, and it was approved.
In Japanese, he is voiced by Shin'ichirō Miki in all appearances. In English, he was voiced by David Vincent in the Fate/stay night anime and Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works movie and in the Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works anime and Fate/stay night: Heaven's Feel I. presage flower movie, he's voiced by Todd Haberkorn, who also does Judar, Firo Prochainezo, Nobuyuki Sugou, and E.N.D.
Unlike other Servants, Assassin actually has no true identity, even though he masquerades as the mythical Japanese swordsman known as Sasaki Kojirou. Although his name remains, he is a skilled swordsman whose actual existence is doubtful. He is a handsome swordsman who carried a ninety centimeter (one-hndred and fifty centimeter in Fate/stay night) long blade, Mono-hoshi-zao. He was born sometime during the Eiroku era, and he is said to have become famous around the tenth-seventeenth year of the Keichou era, but the truth is in fact unknown. Books that included Sasaki Kojirou's name all contradicted each other in terms of years, and he hasn't even mentioned his biggest rival, Miyamoto Musashi's book Gorinn no sho. It is according to records that Kojirou was born in Echizen, he studied the Tomido style, a favored long blade, and, after defeating his master's younger brother, he named his style the Ganryu. Afterwards, he traveled around the country and developed Swallow Reversal as his secret sword technique, which could even kill a flying swallow. He later frightened the warriors all around the country, fought Miyamoto Musashi on Funajima in order to maintain the pride of his lord that he fought for, and died. He was unable to fight holding his sheath due to the length of his long blade, so he threw his sheath aside during his battle with Musashi, but Musashi saw that and said, "Kojirou, you lose. If you're were planning to win, why did you throw away your sheath?" Though Kojirou was Musashi's rival, his figure in Fate/stay night is as illusionary as the moon appearing on the water's surface. There was supposedly a person like him but we have to say the story of Sasaki Kojirou today was made up by people. 041b061a72