Pre-release imagery of Fate/Zero’s 22nd spectacle arrives to show a sampling of a teary-eyed Waver-kun, Saber still blasting away on her motorcycle, Kirei having a seizure, and Gilgamesh standing solemnly.
Beginning with Waver-kun above, this is quite a face – it nearly looks like something one would expect from a Photoshop edit intended to ridicule the original scene, yet this, in fact, is an original scene. Tears are flooding his eyes as he wears a ridiculous mouth and an excess of blush – it doesn’t seem he’s crying out of sadness necessarily, yet rather, Rider likely told him of something heroic he intends to do, or made an enthusiastic speech regarding their relationship of servant and master, thereby explaining Waver’s tears of sensitivity.
Now as for the other image of Waver below – one can see Waver is pointing his subtle expression at someone. His hair’s flowing nature implies a quick jolt of movement – further showing that someone must have either started talking to him, or called his name, and his gentle visage makes it clear that the person is familiar to him. Lastly note, Waver is perhaps back at home – the background of where he stands is patterned with civility, and to the left, that shelf seems to be the top of a fireplace.
Moving along to Kerry-kun, he’s making his usual cold glare as he stands menacingly outside a hut with a rifle in hand – wherever he is, and whatever he intends to do, it seems he’s quite far off from the target. Notice however everyone else is basked in the night, yet Kerry-kun’s scene has morning light shining across his visage, and a patch of flourished green in the bottom left corner – it implies Kiritsugu is possibly ways off from his intermittent objective, as otherwise, he’d be stalking the night as well.
His scene appears fairly irrelevant to the others – and that could either mean he indeed accomplishes little, or he just may be going about his task in a manner unorthodox or with added steps. A stealthy stake out of a house versus simply dashing in and killing everyone for instance.
Kirei looks to be yelling in shock at the face of Irisviel, and there’s quite little to say here – the radiant glow says something has occurred, and Kirei seemingly wasn’t expecting it. And as for the two servants of Saber and Archer, both look rather engaged in thought. Saber is still chasing after a wife missing – meanwhile, Gilgamesh appears to be considering something he’s not particularly joyous about.
There’s nothing to imply any physical conflict to ensue – yet it does certainly seem much will transpire within this coming development of Fate/Zero, as usual.