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The Fate/stay night anime is based on the visual novel video game Fate/stay night by Type-Moon. The episodes are directed by Yuji Yamaguchi, animated by Studio Deen and produced by the Fate Project, which included Geneon Entertainment, TBS, CREi, Type-Moon and Frontier Works Inc.[1][2] The plot of the episodes is primarily based on the Fate storyline in the Fate/stay night visual novel, although certain elements of the other two storylines, Unlimited Blade Works and Heaven's Feel, are incorporated into the plot of the episodes.

The episodes were originally aired between January 2006 and June 2006 in Japan on Chiba TV, MX TV, Sun TV, TV Aichi, TV Kanagawa, and TV Saitama.[3] The series later received its international television premieres on the anime television network Animax in 2007, also receiving its English-language television premiere on Animax's English networks in Southeast Asia from June 2007, as well as its other networks in South Korea, Hong Kong and other regions.[4][5] Five pieces of theme music are used for the episodes: two opening themes and three ending themes. The opening themes are the first two singles made by Japanese singer Sachi Tainaka: "disillusion," which is a remixed version of the visual novel's opening theme, "THIS ILLUSION" is used for the first fourteen episodes,[6] and "Kirameku Namida wa Hoshi ni" (きらめく涙は星に?, lit. Glittering Tears Change To Stars) is used for the remaining episodes. The first ending theme was "Anata ga Ita Mori" (あなたがいた森?, lit. The Forest In Which You Were) by the J-pop band Jyukai, which was used for all episodes except episode fourteen and episode twenty-four.[7] Episode fourteen featured Jyukai's "Hikari" (ヒカリ?, lit. Light) and episode twenty-four played Sachi Tainaka's "Kimi to no Ashita" (君との明日?, lit. Tomorrow with You).[8] Eight DVD compilations, each containing three episodes, have been released by Type-Moon in Japan.[9] The first of these compilations ranked number five on the Oricon listing charts as of April 5, 2006.[10] Geneon Entertainment has released six DVD compilations, each containing four episodes, in North America, with the sixth released on October 9, 2007.[11][12] The original soundtrack for the episodes, containing forty tracks of music, was also released by Geneon Entertainment on January 16, 2007.

List of EpisodesEdit

# Title Original airdate
Fate Stay Night Ep 01 "The Day of the Begining" January 7, 2006
Fate Stay Night Ep 02 "The Fatefull Knight" January 13, 2006
Fate Stay Night Ep 03 "Curtains Up" January 20, 2006
Fate Stay Night Ep 04 "The Strongest Adversary" January 27, 2006
Fate Stay Night Ep 05 "The Two Magu <part one>" February 3, 2006
Fate Stay Night Ep 06 "iThe Two Magi <part two>" February 10, 2006
Fate Stay Night Ep 07 "Dispicable Act" February 17, 2006
Fate Stay Night Ep 08 "Dissonant Melody" February 24, 2006
Fate Stay Night Ep 09 "Elegance Under the Moonlight" March 3, 2006
Fate Stay Night Ep 10 "A Peaceful Interlude" March 10, 2006
Fate Stay Night Ep 11 "Blood Fort Andromeda" March 17, 2006
Fate Stay Night Ep 12 "Tearing the Sky" March 24, 2006
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Fate Stay Night Ep 23 "The Holy Grail" June 10, 2006
Fate Stay Night Ep 24 "The All Too Distant Utopia" June 17, 2006

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