Fate/Zero Quotes

 

 

Fate zero quotes

 

Taking place 10 years before the events of Fate/stay night, this series chronicles the events of the Fourth Holy Grail War.

 

A king without greed is even worse than a figurehead! Saber. You said you would become a martyr for your ideals. In life, you must have been a pure saint. A proud and noble figure, certainly. But who can truly admire the martyr’s thorny path? Who dreams of such an ending? A king… The king must be greedier than any other. He must laugh louder and rage harder. He must exemplify the extreme of all things, good and evil. That is why his retainers envy and adore him. And why the flames of aspiration, to be as the king is, can burn within his people. Proud king of chivalry… The righteousness and ideals you bore may indeed have saved your nation once. However, I’m certain you know what became of those who were saved, but left to themselves.
Rider (Fate/Zero)


Knights cannot save the world. They call certain methods of fighting good and others evil, acting as if there were some nobility to the battlefield. Such illusions, perpetrated by heroes throughout history, have led countless young men to their bloody deaths, all for the sake of this valor and glory.
Kiritsugu Emiya (Fate/Zero)

Why must you insist on defining joy so narrowly? Where is the paradox in finding suffering and tragedy but other forms of pleasure? There is no one fixed type of joy. Your confusion derives from your failure to understand that.
Gilgamesh (Fate/Zero)

The inferiority you feel is actually a quality of a conqueror. You may grumble a lot, but you know how small you are. And yet you still struggle to reach heights greater than you can imagine.
Rider (Fate/Zero)

There’s no hope on the battlefield. It has nothing but unspeakable despair. Just a crime we call victory, paid for by the pain of the defeated. Yet humanity has never recognized this truth. And the reason for that is, in every era, a dazzling hero has blinded people with their legends and prevented them from seeing the evil of bloodshed. The true nature of humanity has not advanced a step beyond the Stone Age.
Kiritsugu Emiya (Fate/Zero)

Don’t make me laugh! Only a man brave enough to ride into battle at my side could ever be my Master. A coward lacking the courage to even show himself is nowhere close to being worthy!
Rider (Fate/Zero)

Using a simple method to accomplish something impressive, far outshines
using a complex method to achieve the same thing.
Rider (Fate/Zero)

A king must live a grander life than any other’s, and stoke his people’s feelings of admiration! He who is worthy of all heroes’ envy, and he who leads their way, is king! Therefore, the king is not alone. For his will equals that of all his followers together!
Rider (Fate/Zero)

Choosing your calling based solely on your talents won’t always guarantee you happiness.
Natalia Kaminski (Fate/Zero)

I shall grieve, and I shall weep. But I shall never regret.
Rider (Fate/Zero)

If you act only on what you should do without heed for what you want to do, you’re nothing more than a machine, a phenomenon.
Natalia Kaminski (Fate/Zero)

Glory lies beyond the horizon. Challenge it because it is unreachable. Speak of conquest and demonstrate it.
Rider (Fate/Zero)

A cowardly thief would sneak away in the night; the King of Conquerors leaves with his loot amidst songs of victory!
Rider (Fate/Zero)

Whatever you do, enjoy it to the fullest. Thats is the secret of life.
Rider (Fate/Zero)

One’s true worth shows as hardship increases.
Kotomine Risei (Fate/Zero)

To win, but not destroy… To conquer, but not humiliate… That is what true conquest is!
Rider (Fate/Zero)