Goods: Fate/Zero Archer + Rider Voice Alarm Clock (Seki Tomokazu, Ootsuka Akio)

Voice Alarm Clock

Wake up to the voices of Kings! Manly voice alarm clock!

Title: Fate/Zero Voice Alarm Clock Archer & Rider
Fate/Zero 音声入り目覚まし時計 アーチャー & ライダー

Price: 7,140 yen (w/tax)
Release date: Summer 2012
Animate/Movic exclusive:

Size: approx. 180 x 120 x 60 mm
Materials: metal (clock), with full color print on paper (face)
Requires three AA batteries (included)

Specially recorded so that you can wake up to the voices of King of Heroes and King of Conquerors!

Archer アーチャー CV: Seki Tomokazu 関智一

  • 貴様ごときの起床の手助けをせよと!?この我に指図するとは、大きくてたな!
  • 誰の許しを得て寝ている?雑種めが。よい、起床を許可するぞ。
  • 貴様の寝顔…実に我好みだ。見ていて飽きぬ。
  • 決められた時間に起こせ、とは。随分とつまらぬ些事に我を煩わせたものだな。この非礼…どう詫びる?
  • おあえが我の許に下るというのなら、安らがな睡眠という褒賞も与えよう。だが、今は起きる時だ。目を覚ますがいい。

Rider ライダー CV: Ootsuka Akio 大塚明夫

  • おい、起きろ坊主。戦の時間だ!さっさと仕度せい!!世界地図と「イリアス」を忘れてはならんぞ。
  • AAAALaLaLaLaLaie!!…む。余の「遥かなる蹂躪制覇」を受けてまだ起きんとは。よし、もう1回だ。
  • お!?もう朝か!徹夜でゲームをプレイしとった知れたらまた怒られるかも知れん。寝とるうちに片付けておくか。
  • 起きろ、坊主。起きろー!むぅ…余一人では起こしきれぬか… なら、余の軍勢全員で叩き起こしてやろう!

I didn’t watch this series, so I’m not sure about the story and characters. I read info about them from wiki. But since the clocks are voiced by male seiyuus, I thought I should give them a mention :D I’ll translate when I can find the time. Generally the lines by Archer can be quite moe if oresama types are your kind of thing lol~

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10 thoughts on “Goods: Fate/Zero Archer + Rider Voice Alarm Clock (Seki Tomokazu, Ootsuka Akio)”

  1. How many clocks are there supposed to be for F/Z?

    Gimmee Lancer; he’d totally be perfect for waking up to, considering his character.

    Haha, Rider’s chariot call is a way to wake up. That’s certainly a new take on that line in the show.

    If Seki is voicing, then I’d definitely be awake. Yessir, Gilgamesh! I’m up at your command! Or if you just command me to sleep in so you can sleep with ME, I’m a-ok with that.

    1. It’s funny how the description of the clock says it’s a “manly voice” clock, LOL. Totally true, though; Seki Tomokazu and Akio Ootsuka’s voices are really manly. Still, I’m currently fangirling over Jouji Nakata’s voice as Kotomine since I’m long-time fan of his voice. Him and Seki together is an old dream come true. ^_^

      Yep, I’m a big fan of the Fate series. One of your comments asked which series to watch first. Fate/Zero is a prequel to Fate/Stay Night. You can watch F/Z right away, though I personally found watching F/SN first more rewarding because of backstory. BUT, since F/Z is a prequel, if you’ve watched F/SN first you already get “spoiled” about F/Z’s end so it might be best to watch F/Z first to get the most surprise. I’m watching F/Z now and getting many surprises along the way, but I already have a good idea how the series ends which is kind of a bummer. I think if you have the chance to watch F/Z unspoiled that’d be good.

      Do you like knowing what kind of ending a series has before you watch it?

    2. @Fangirl: Thanks for your recommendation! I usually prefer not to have a story spoiled if I can help it :D So it sounds like a good plan to watch F/Z first. I’ll try to make time for it XD

  2. It’s like someone grabbed the best part of every single one of Urobuchi’s works and mashed them together.

    It’s beautifully animated, deeply thought-provoking, has wonderful dialogue, awesome characters, kickass fight scenes, great voice acting, tragic characterization, and, seeing as this IS Gen Urobuchi we’re talking about, is cued to end on a heartbreaking, tragic, and wonderfully foreshadowed finale. Then again, I love tragedy, but the anime is wonderful with or without it.

  3. The show is definitely worth watching, were you a fujoshi or not. As a fujoshi I can say that there really are ikemen in the show *coughshippingkirei/gilgameshsohardcough*. I really recommend! Do not miss this show!

    Btw, the original light novel was written by none other than Urobuchi Gen and THAT already says something, doesn’t it?

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