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On my escapade into Type/Moon media at the advent of my introduction to anime, I cannot say verily that I was gripped, or that I really understood its draw. I can only regrettably look back upon a past of poorly-fueled hatred for Kinoko Nasu's works. As of my reentrance into Type/Moon with the Kara no Kyoukai films some two years ago, I garnered a reappreciation for the media at large, coupled with the personal studies I took upon myself that only added to my new-found adoration. Lord El-Melloi II's Case Files has become a work that I deeply appreciate for its handling of one of my favorite characters within the Nasuverse: Waver. I would say that I've always found myself relating to him, even on my initial watch of Fate/Zero when I was still but a teenager. And while this only touches upon what I so enjoy about this series, I felt it necessary to add my personal touch. Grace note is an excellent case for which we were allowed to have another examination of our titular man. With the events leading up to this beautiful special in both my journey into Type/Moon and within the show itself, I can only say that what is there to unpack keeps on flowing, and I could not rightly discuss it all within a review. I would leave such ideations to you. I give an 8/10 score, not for anything it does wrong, rather for how well it gripped me. I believe I need no other proof.
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