How can Shirou call himself a hero of justice when he couldn't even save this cute little girl?
He's not a hero of justice in that world-line.
It's more like Heaven's Feel path; saving her isn't for the greater good, the world is demanding her sacrifice in order to move forward upon her corpse as a stepping stone, but he will not let his little sister be killed over something that foolish. So even if he must be branded as evil rather than justice, he'll do it to save his family.
It's the opposite path of a hero, he's a man who won't allow someone to be sacrificed. So he somehow got her sent to another world-line away from all this conflict.
Died in a fire main universe, his family was still killed in main prism universe, there wasn't an accident in the secondary prism world because gaia is almost dead.
It's almost like the real reason behind the fire and any incident that plagues this family in multiple world-lines is related to his sister being born a mistake of the world, and Gaia deciding to erase it.
I'd say that's rather unlikely
Kiritsugu also wouldn't be looking to adopt some kid from some adoption agency either, unless he found him after some accident and just decided to take off with him.
There is only one true hero of justice
There's been chapters since then, but Paitouch wasn't interested or something.
Last chapter to come out was the continuing saga or Brock-loli trying to get revenge against twin-tails and drills.
>because gaia is almost dead
How does that exactly works? I mean, the Counter Force is the same multiverse, right? Emiya is called to different universes all the time after all.
>How does that exactly works?
Same as how it happened in Extra world-line most likely
The failed summoning of a certain magic ritual on Earth that went off too early completely fucked up the Earth, a polar shift occurred, and mana started dying off.
CG can't protect against everything. As long as the root isn't in danger it isn't the biggest loss for the force, it's just a planet. It's Gaia's defenses that protect the Earth along with Guardians, but both of those are reactionary. Counter Force protects the root and stuff.
No, those are just examples of old time magus, to show "This is what magus were in the past, familiar faces" as magus had to become wizards in order to survive as a species.
Magic as a community had to evolve, the old ways had to die if they wanted to live on even in part. The only fraction of old age magic that has survived without changing is alchemy.
Magic is still going down the bathtub drain all the time, for over fifty years now. That ritual so many years back that fucked up the Earth basically created a sinkhole, and magic is always falling into it slowly generation by generation. The end of the age of magic entirely is approaching.
The Mooncell is an alien computer of sorts with power beyond what can be found on Earth, it's basically the new Moon Aristotle. It's not just storage power enough to record the universe, but also the power to rewrite the result and history if you can reach the archives. It was set to watch Earth since before human history began since someone out there took an interest in this species that could potentially break away from their home planet given time.
Wizards or soul hackers are able to seperate their soul from their body, and the soul goes up to the Mooncell. The Mooncell allows it because it desires to study people more closely under new conditions. They take part in a battle to the death, as 999 people come up the first week, and 128 are still alive by the end of that week. Each week half of those numbers will die as they fight for survival, for seven weeks. For the one remaining, you will be given power to rewrite the Earth as you desire, to create your ideal world in a sort.
The Mooncell chooses not to give itself an ego, it must be neutral, so it won't really stop your choices. However the AI's that run the Mooncell which it created do have an ego. There's also the secondary class of created entities, the NPC.
Even if the Mooncell will always simply watch whatever choices you make, the AI's will prevent any actions taken that are outside of the rules.
AI's memories are overwritten after each war, but they will remain for each new war. NPC's are entirely scrapped after each war in contrast.
NPC's are humans chosen from all of human history within the Mooncell's records to serve as pawns during the tournament, or to help the competitors. Data recreations that have for all questions become 100% the real thing in every way, as they are recreated down to the soul. the Mooncell's archive has far surpassed the Throne itself in records. There is not a thing on Earth that is not recorded, including divine types.
Starting off with a history lesson. This manga looks like its going to be exciting.
>as they are recreated down to the soul
This is confusing, so the Emiya in Extra is really the real one or the real is still on earth fighting for the CF and the one in the mooncell is just a perfect copy?
>Starting off with a history lesson
That history lesson comes in around chapter 4. Odd assumptions, just read it if you want to make those calls.
The manga starts out with the typical "Seemingly normal situation, but something doesn't seem quite right, then the whole situation goes to shit" style. Then once you're out of the Matrix they start explaining the real truth to you.
Emiya in the Mooncell is a perfect reproduction, kind of like how there's no difference between Touko and her dolls because she made them too perfect. The Emiya who once existed and appeared on Earth, Guardian or not, he was recorded in every way along with his history/soul.