>summon a Servant so shit the only halfway realistic way to win is to keep a low profile and engage in hit-n-run tactics while hoping Lady Luck smiles on you
>fucking draw everyone to his position and let him show off his entire skill set
>waste a command seal on making him attack Saber despite the situation calling for a retreat
>after revealing everything worth knowing about your team's capabilities, turtle up in the most high-profile hotel with no plan on how to proceed or even an idea of what the enemy combatants can do, showing your hand and gaining absolutely nothing for it but still act cocky
>walk in blind and alone into the lair of a man known as the Magus Killer and promptly get your shit pushed in
And so on. Every time he does anything it just makes everything worse, and just about every single time it would have been easy to see in advance that his chosen course of action was moronic.
I like his Aryan sense of style and how he is able to summon balls and sheets magical mercury-foil.
What was up with his wife? They seemed to be building her up and then she ups and jobs...
The anime cut out every part of characterization for Sola.
And what do you mean she jobs? Are you so new to the Nasuverse that you still don't know Magi do not fight?
Sola was a fucking great master(as in stats and mana pool), she was just very fucked up because of her past.
>Are you so new to the Nasuverse that you still don't know Magi do not fight?
There's a shitload of magi that know how to fight/specialize in fighting in the Nasuverse you tard.
Shit Master summoned a minorly less shitty Servant.
Everything went as expected. Personally wouldn't have executed Kayneth since he can't even manage magic or walk. A little cruel. But hey, it's a life or death war.
Well, yeah- the whole idea of his character seemed to be that he felt like he felt like he was hot shit due to his lineage, which made him a cocky dumbass who eventually got killed and surpassed/succeeded by people from "inferior" lineages. The first thing we see him do is shit on Waver for even suggesting that he could possibly be better than himself, and then he gets owned hardcore by Kerry and Waver winds up not only surviving the HGW when he doesn't but moves on to become hot shit in the magi association.
>Diarmuid isn't shit though
>Teaming up with Berserker was the perfect opportunity to take out the servant class known as the most powerful
>Barely anybody who would attack the hotel would be able to get through his traps. His plan was to kill or ward off enemies with his traps. Blowing up the building is super unorthodox