Given my extensive Choose You Own Adventure experience, I didn’t expect to ever die, so I impulsively picked the game’s most obvious wrong answer just to experience one of those BAD ENDs I’ve heard so much about. Dying turned out to be pretty cool, so I intentionally did it 10 more times throughout the game.
If you could save your life by lying to a little girl, why wouldn’t you? I’m not Shirou. I’m not trying to be a hero. I just wanted to get out of there before I got raped.
Also, it was totally unclear that Ilya meant Servant servant. I thought she meant metaphor servant, or at least literal servant.
I thought spending time with Saber would get her to accept my sheath. She didn’t do it literally or metaphorically.
I distinctly remembered a stairs-jumping scene from the anime. Upon further review, the stairs-jumping scene came shortly after this non-stairs-jumping scene I was supposed to choose. I must’ve forgotten about it because it didn’t feature an awkward upskirt shot.
Cheapest death in the game. You know what it’s called when you strip a guy naked to get information out of him and then decide not to ask him any questions? Homosexuality.
If she didn’t want to get her ass kicked, she should’ve brought Archer along. Serves her right for yelling at me earlier in the arc for not having my servant with me at all times.
Right before you’re asked if you want to go to the church, there’s an interlude showing everything capable of killing you gathering there. You’re also in a half-dead from a previous battle. It seemed so wrong it had to be right.
Taiga’s dojo was actually helpful for once. I had no idea that comically running away from Tohsaka a few days earlier would get me killed by Ilya. No regrets though; Tohsaka’s death note was hilarious.
Funny, I could’ve sworn that Rider was ordered not to kill me. Instead of attacking Rider, I was supposed to pull Tohsaka’s hand, which is a stupid shitty option only marginally more exciting than wearing goggles.
I was a pussy and wouldn’t take off the shroud. By this point in the game, I should’ve known that the logical choice never beats the moral choice.
The logical choice beat the moral choice.