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    The Nasuverse, being an insanely popular Visual Novel franchise and having a penchant for crazy, awesome, and badass situations, also happens to be a pool of huge memes generated by its fandom.

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    Fate series


    1. Put pOnOs (A) to vagOOO (B).
    2. JAM IT IN!
    3. ?????
    4. PROFIT!!!


    Tsukihime and Melty Blood

    Kara no Kyoukai


    1. Like this.
    2. From a series of parody comics, it's a running joke that Shirou Emiya is incapable of understanding when something is a Double Entendre. Regardless of how blatant it is, Shirou either takes the line at face-value, or have a puzzled look on his face with this line.
    3. The above is taken to an extreme in a Fate/stay Night hentai doujinshi, in which he doesn't seem to even understand the mechanics of sex, requiring this line from Saber.
    4. From a fansub's overly literal translation taken out of context.
    5. Mana is recharged through sex in Fate/stay night.
    6. Remember how Fate/stay night origins comes from a Eroge of the same name and how the anime adaptions of its storylines happens to have Bleached Underpants. This is how, during two obvious sex scenes... before anything risque shows up, you are treated to a show of a CGI dragon (in the anime) or CGI dolphins (in the movie) instead of the scene.
    7. What began as a misspelling for "gay" (as in "Even the Guys Want Him being gay for Archer") became a term for a Memetic Badass.
    8. Just fill in the blank with a noun and you can bring up wonders: Unlimited Häagen-Dazs Works, Unlimited Musket Works, Unlimited Every Military Weapon Works, and of course, Unlimited Blade Works. Bonus points if you created a special chant to go along with it.
    9. An anon claimed that he turned in a page for his final paper of a writing class he was flunking using an altered UBW chant.
    10. This is mainly the first line EVERY servant states when they are summoned in ALL Fate series. Most notable during Saber's summoning in Fate/stay night and Fate/Zero.
    11. In the Fifth Holy Grail War, there were 6 children MASTERS and three female Servants in the this war; it was severely invoked by Gilgamesh.
    12. The Lancer class has "E" Luck Stat; and this presents itself storywise as them being horribly shafted. Borrows from Puella Magi Madoka Magica.
    13. In Carnival Phantasm the designated Butt Monkey for some reason or another has Blue Hair or a similar color. It is no secret that poor Lancer is The Chew Toy in that series itself.
    14. Shirou's line in the Unlimited Blade Works route when facing off against Gilgamesh.
    15. A flanderization of Gilgamesh's interaction with Shirou and Archer. Brought up in the Character Development Cliff Notes style of the Unlimited Blade Works route.
    16. Kirei Kotomine's line towards Shirou at the start of Fate/stay night has turned into a memetic Catch Phrase for the priest.
    17. Lancer consistently refers to Kayneth with "waga aruji", or "milord".
    18. A Fan Nickname for team Kayneth, referring to how Sola-ui falls in love with Lancer.
    19. Kayneth was hit by a bullet of Kiritsugu's Mystic Code, shorting his Magic Circuits and - if he uses too much magic - raising the possibility of blowing out his body with overloaded prana. Too bad he did exactly that. Kayneth had already had a Butt Monkey status among the fanbase, so they gleefully went with it, complete with Kayneth's face edited onto the original KFC logo.
    20. A cute little endlessly repeating animation featuring the song Sakuranbo, with the lyrics "mou ikkai"/"one more time".
    21. Both Cu and Diarmuid have low luck stats and often meet terrible ends. For poor Cu, just take a look at Carnival Phantasm [[spoiler:outside episode 11.
    22. Mutated form of the Yu-Gi-Oh!: The Abridged Series Ancient Egyptian Laser Beams meme when referring to Gilgamesh's flying ship in Zero. Yes, it's at least grounded in true myth in the Ramayana.
    23. Originated from a scene in the visual novel where Shiki suddenly inverts and attacks a chair for irritating him.
    24. Originated from Satsuki Yumizuka and her role as the Unlucky Childhood Friend, misfortune, and lack of a route in the games. Used in general to describe anyone that has been Demoted to Extra.
    25. Appears in a lot of discussions relating to Half Human Hybrids and the like, as well as variations that replace "cat". The line comes from a Tsukihime doujin where a lolicon Shiki insists on trying to have sex with his familiar, who transforms from little girl to her alternate cat form under pressure at the very end...
    26. Same Author, different doujinshi. More information in the Touhou Memes page.
    27. Most would like to pretend the anime never happened.
    28. Standard response to the question, "You wake up as Shiki. What do you do?"
    29. Shiki (both of them) has the power to kill anything in existence. This power has been in question in the fandom as to whether it will allow Shiki to kill Servants. Arguments over these can get rather heated. Has evolved into "Shiki can kill X", or "X can kill Servants".
    30. One typo from a Bad Ending (Anata wo hannin desu - You become the criminal. The original line is Anata wa hannin desu - You are the criminal.) lead to the said creation.
    31. Shiki has a penchant for attracting women for no reason.
    32. A ridiculous sex scene with Ciel.
    33. It is undeniable that Kinoko Nasu's works are awesome, the same cannot be said for his H-Scenes which at BEST is full of Narm (This recently gets Misblamed but by then it is too late as criticizing his Lemons are already memetic).
    34. A Goofus and Gallant thread on The Image Board That Shall Not Be Named churned out the phrase, and it stuck.
    35. Riesbyfe's name is hard to remember.
    36. Infamous reaction image from the same author as A Cat Is Fine Too
    37. An old derogatory exclamation that has evolved to refer to eroge and visual novels in general.
    38. Fanon states this as Aoko's catch phrase.
    39. Touko's Berserk Button results in the poster being Killed Mid-Sentence.
    40. Another catch phrase for the resident Genki Girl.