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Fate/Zero Character Popularity Contest

Jan 4, 2012 @ 12:51 CST

A Fate/Zero popularity contest taking place within an Animate shop concluded with results which show Waver and Rider to be dominating the pack not only as individuals, but as a pair of servant and master as well.

This contest polled otaku for both their favorite character, as well as their preferred servant/master combination – a bout which either way was victorious in the favor of Waver and Rider, who nearly tie in the singles competition, being only possibly beaten by the expected fan favorites of Saber or Gilgamesh. Yet in the battle of team reputation, it was an unmistakable victory for the conqueror and his tsundere male master.

Unlike the Haganai popularity contest, it’s not oppai size which determined the winners here.

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