Reviews for Fate: Hammer Time
RainbowLightning101.1 chapter 35 . 1/21
I'm so happy that Illya was found so fast! I truly thought there'd be an attack phase on the castle before Shirou saves Illya; apparently not! But please don't let anything bad happen to Illya, please! She was done dirty in almost all Fate shows/movies except for the Kaleid Primer show, which was kind of an odd but cute show anyway. Can't wait to see what happens next!
Guest chapter 35 . 1/19
Is Shirou still "healing/cleaning" the earth offscreen?
Guest chapter 35 . 1/19
And it has begun. Here is Round One. Hopefully after Round Two things get better.

And maybe Shirou Emiya also gets the abilities of Type Moon's Thor, Type Moon's Odin, and also Type Moon's Magni and Modi as well?

By that I mean Shirou Emiya gets the Authorities, Weapons, and Divine Cores of those Gods from Type Moon in his pseudo nervous system along with his Magic Circuits. Add that with what Marvel Comics 's Thor and Odin can do in the comics.

That would be awesome!

Let Shirou find Marvel Thor's Megingjörð and Járngreipr, and the Nasuverse Noble Phantasm's Megingjörð and Járngreipr, which fuse together to make more powerful equipment for Shirou Emiya. That also includes Nasuverse Gungnir and Marvel's Gungnir merging, along with other artifacts of Marvel's Norse Pantheon and Type Moon's Norse Pantheon fusing together into more potent artifacts as well.

Then they become the weapons of The New Asgardians when Shirou becomes a Skyfather.

If you did that then the new generation of the inhabitants of Asgard then they would be the new bosses of the Aesir. If that happens make them Magus/Asgardian God/Elder God/Nasuverse God Hybrids. Let Shirou Emiya become the first and a living example of the new era but he also has the powers of a Nasuverse Chief Deity.

Also maybe Shirou brings back the good Gods of The Nasuverse and brings them back to full power in Asgard and has children with Female Deities.

They have all the power they had at their peak as True Deities but they also no longer need worship.

And hopefully Shirou Emiya gains everything Shirou Emiya he has from the various routes in the Fate/Stay Night visual novel and his other appearances in Type Moon's Fate franchise including his Counter Guardian selves without becoming a Counter Guardian himself. If so Shirou Emiya will be a hero who can take his abilities to the next level and he will become a beast of a man.

If that happens The New Asgardians would also become monsters.

Can I make another suggestion? Please bring in some more Old School Marvel Comics elements, Because I would love to see some classic fun She-Hulk appear along with more elements of Marvel Comics appearing.

I would love to see X-Men style Mutants appear and that it was because of a ripple effect caused by Marvel Thor's Mjolnir entering the Nasuverse along with more elements from the Nasuverse appearing with the Marvel Comics one; such as the elements appearing in the following; Fate Apocrypha, Fate Extra, and other branches of the Fate franchise, but also Tsukihime, Mahoutsukai no Yoru, Notes, Kara no Kyoukai and Fate Grand Order.

I would love to Type Moon Psychic's and Marvel style Mutants and also the A-Rays, Ether Liners appear and work for coexistence and also Witches begin to reappear and other lost path's of magic and magecraft returning as well. Shake things up buddy and go all the way.

And here is another way to further shake things up because of Mjolnir the barrier between The Reverse Side of the World and the world of The Age of Man begins to weaken and some of the monsters begin to return and some even comeback from the dead. I would love to see The Dragon of Albion return as well and see Shirou and the Dragon of Albion fight.

When Shirou gets strong enough I want to see Shirou Emiya face down the Ultimate Ones also known as Aristoteles to protect his world and also to save the Lost Belts inhabitants to give Alaya the middle finger when Shirou Emiya succeeds. Shirou Emiya must become what Archer EMIYA could not. A True Superhero.

Also here is the reason why. Shirou Emiya needs more challenging opponents to face and I want Shirou Emiya to reach his full potential especially if Shirou Emiya gets but I also want him to earn his victories. Hopefully Shirou Emiya will face actual challenges as I am starting to get tired of Curb Stomps.

Now here is a another question. When will Shinji Matou get the abilities of Marvel's Loki? And will Shinji Matou also get actual mage craft and magic circuits? Maybe he learns Gandr, Seidr, and actual Norse magics, and Norse Runes and also shape shifting. Maybe he also gains spells revolving around illusions and also Fire and Ice Magecraft befitting the Norse Mythology and also the Fire and Ice Jotunar. I would also give Shinji Matou some sword skills as well.

Speaking of which will Ayako and also Rin and Sakurai get new powers?

If so please give Ayako the skills and powers of Black Widow, Elizabeth Braddock as Pyslocke and also Kwannon and finally Elektra Natchios.

Now for Lorelei give her the abilities of the various Captain Britain's.

Give Rin the skills and biology and abilities of these Asgardians. Amora the Enchantress, Lorelei, Hela, Lady Sif along with what she has in cannon and eventually what she has as a vessel of some Divine Spirits that can be summoned within her body in Fate Grand Order as Heroic Spirits. Rin gains and keeps some of the powers of those Divine Spirits and she becomes more divine as well.

Sakura gets all her cannon abilities including the ones she lost, the powers of Jennifer Walters aka She Hulk, Elizabeth Betty Ross as The Harpy, Red Harpy and Red She Hulk, Monica Rambeau as Captain Marvel and also the ones she as the vessel of several Divine Spirits that can be summoned in Fate Grand Order in her body and she keeps some of the powers of those Divine Spirits.
Warrof chapter 35 . 1/21
A really good story... some deviations from Canon stuff, but that is expected. Also, I've only read this chapter's AN, you probably explained those deviations in previous
RuneMagus chapter 35 . 1/19
Oh Caren, you need to get out more, also Shirou you need to delve into the full might of Thor or if you are not ready, seek out The Nasuverse Norse Gods. Speaking of shaking things up can i make a suggestion? Please take some inspiration From Fake Dreams By: Third Fang and add more elements of Norse Mythology.
Leviathan's Heir chapter 35 . 1/19
So has anyone updated the TVTropes Page for this story? Because that page got me here and it needs updating. Their are more awesome and funny moments as well as heart warming ones than on the page.

Now I have several questions I need to ask. Will Shirou meet Toruun? Will Shirou also meet Nasuverse Odin, Thor, Magni, Modi, and the Nasuverse Aesir? And will you add more elements of Norse Mythology.
I have to ask, will you add more elements of Norse Mythology? Because you have a lot of material to work with if you decide to do that. Here is a list of resources for Norse Mythology you can use for research for Shirou's adventures.

A Description of the Northern Peoples
Gautrek's Saga
Gesta Danorum
Half's Saga
Hrolf Kraki's Saga
Poetic Edda
Prose Edda
Ragnar Lodbrok and His Sons
The Saga of Arrow-Odd
The Saga of Hervor and Heidrek
"Sorli's Tale"
The Tale of Norna-Gest
The Saga of the Volsungs
Wayland the Smith
"Ynglinga Saga", the opening of Heimskringla

And also The Icelandic Sagas. The Icelandic Sagas are divided into various Genres.

Sagas of Kings (Konungasögur). Narratives relating the lives of kings and earls. Kings' sagas originated from historiography and were written with the claim of (at least approximate) factuality. Because of that, saga is also translated as "history" in the context of the Kings' sagas. Most Sagas of Kings are about the kings of Norway. The most famous single work of this genre is Heimskringla.

Legendary Sagas (Fornaldarsögur — literally "Ancient Age Sagas"). Heroic legends set in the so-called fornaldar or Old Age, which, in the worldview of the Icelanders, means more or less the time before the settlement of Iceland by the Norse c. 870 AD. note Much of the legendary lore covered in the Legendary sagas is very old, often even predating the Viking Age. The fornaldarsögur were not claimed to be factual, but it was usually assumed (this being already the Christian era) that there was a core of truth in the old legends.

Sagas of Icelanders (Íslendinga sögur). Narratives about early inhabitants of Iceland, mostly set in the period between 930, when the Alþing (or General Assembly) of Iceland was established, and circa 1030 (the latter date marking roughly the introduction of clerical structures to Iceland). Let sink in that "Sagas of Icelanders" (sagas about Icelanders) is not the same as "Icelandic Sagas" (sagas written by Icelanders) — the former are a distinct group within the latter.

Usually, when a text is defined as an "Icelandic saga," it will be of one of these three categories. There are, however, still more genres of lesser importance.

More Saga Genres
Sagas of Saints (Heilagra manna sögur), Apostles (Postula sögur), and Bishops (Biskupa sögur): Genres that were intended for the religious education of the Icelanders. The contents were lives of Saints, biblical stories, and biographies of early Icelandic bishops. These religious genres marked the beginning of Icelandic literature in the 11th century and turned Old Norse into a literary language.

Contemporary Sagas (Samtímasögur): Works of contemporary history, recording then recent history of the 12th and 13th century. As such, they are historical sources of high value. The most important work of this group is Sturlunga saga, a chronicle focusing on the Sturlungs, the powerful clan of Icelandic landholders and officials of which Snorri Sturluson was an offspring.

Chivalric Sagas (Riddarasögur), also called Sagas of Knights or Sagas of Chivalry: A collective name for translations or rather, re tellings of contemporary continental literature of the High Middle Ages:
Chivalric Romances of King Arthur and his Knights, French chansons de geste, but also popular medieval versions of the defaults of classical legend and pseudo history, such as The Trojan War, Alexander the Great, and Roman history.

Fairy-Tale Sagas (Lygisögur). The Legendary Saga genre was so popular that, when writers ran out of ancient legends to retell, they invented new ones from scratch. This new subgenre of fantastical, freely-composed heroic sagas became known under the affectionate nickname lygisögur — "lie sagas" (though as a more elegant translation, the name "fairy tale sagas" has been offered). Structurally, they are often modeled on translated literature, i.e. Chivalric Sagas.

Also will bring in the equipment of heroes and divinity of Norse Mythology? Because that would be cool.
Here is a list.

Angurvadal, a magical sword of Frithiof.

Dáinsleif is king Högni's sword, according to Snorri Sturluson's account of the battle known as the Hjaðningavíg.

Freyr's Sword, Freyr's magic sword which fought on its own. It might be Lævateinn.

Hrotti, the sword is mentioned in the Völsung cycle. It was part of Fáfnir's treasure, which Sigurðr took after he slew the dragon.

Lævateinn, a sword mentioned in an emendation to the Poetic Edda Fjölsvinnsmál by Sophus Bugge. Could possibly be a staff.

Legbiter, the gaddhjalt sword of King Magnus III of Norway.

Mistilteinn, the magical sword of Prainn, the draugr, later owned by Hromundr Gripsson.

Quern-biter, sword of Haakon I of Norway and his follower, Thoralf Skolinson the Strong.

Ridill, sword of the dwarf Regin.

Skofnung, a sword with mythical properties associated with the legendary Danish king Hrólf Kraki.

Surtr's Flaming Sword, a bright and flaming sword.

Tyrfing (also Tirfing or Tervingi), the cursed sword of Svafrlami, from the Elder Edda; also said to be the sword of Odin in Richard Wagner's works.

Gungnir, Odin's magic spear created by the dwarf Dvalinn.

Gríðarvölr, an iron staff given to Thor so he could kill the giant Geirröd.

Svalinn is a shield which stands before the sun and protects earth from burning.

The Armor of Thor, consisting of the Girdle of Might, a magic belt (Megingjörð) that doubled his strength; and iron gloves (Járngreipr) so he could wield Mjolnir.

The megingjörð (Old Norse "power-belt") is a belt worn by the god Thor. When worn, the belt is described as doubling Thor's already prodigious strength. The Járngreipr (Old Norse "iron gripper") or Járnglófi ("iron gauntlet") are the iron gloves of the god Thor. According to chapter 20 of the book Gylfaginning, he requires the gloves to handle his powerful hammer.

The Tarnhelm, a helmet giving the wearer the ability to change form or become invisible. Used by Alberich in Der Ring des Nibelungen.

Huliðshjálmr (concealing helmet) of Norse dwarves.

The Falcon Cloak, owned by Freyja, it allows the wielder to turn into a falcon and fly.

The Shoes of Víðarr, these shoes gave the god Vidar unparalleled foot protection.

Tarnkappe, Sigurd's magical cloak that made the wearer invisible.

Brísingamen is the necklace of the goddess Freyja.

Andvarinaut was a magical ring capable of producing gold, first owned by Andvari.

Draupnir is a golden arm ring possessed by Odin. The ring was a source of endless wealth.

Svíagris is Adils' prized ring in the Hrólfr Kraki's saga.
Boats & Chariots

Ellida, a magic dragon ship given to Víking as a gift by Aegir.

Hringhorni, is the name of the ship of the god Baldr, described as the "greatest of all ships".

Naglfar, a ship made out of fingernails and toenails of the dead. It will set sail during Ragnarök.

Sessrúmnir, is both the goddess Freyja's hall located in Fólkvangr, a field where Freyja receives half of those who die in battle, and also the name of a ship.

Skíðblaðnir, a boat owned by Freyr.

The Chariot of Thunder, driven across the sky by Thor and pulled by his two magic goats Tanngrisnir and Tanngnjóstr.

The Bone of Ullr, the god Ullr had a bone upon which spells were carved.

Eldhrímnir, the cauldron in which Andhrímnir cooks Sæhrímnir.

Eitr is a liquid substance that is the origin of all living things: the first giant Ymir was conceived from eitr. The substance is supposed to be very poisonous and is also produced by Jörmungandr (the Midgard serpent) and other serpents.

Gleipnir, the magic chain that bound the wolf Fenrir. It was light and thin as silk but strong as creation itself and made from six wonderful ingredients.

Gjallarhorn (Old Norse "yelling horn") is a mystical horn blown at the onset of Ragnarök associated with the god Heimdallr and the wise being Mímir.

Helskór ("hel-shoes") were put on the dead so that they could go to Valhöll.

Hlidskjalf, Odin's all-seeing throne in his palace Valaskjálf.

Singasteinn is an object that appears in the account of Loki and Heimdallr's fight in the form of seals
Reginnaglar (Old Norse "god nails") are nails used for religious purposes.

Urðarbrunnr is cited as one of three wells existing beneath three roots of Yggdrasil that reach into three distant, different lands; the other two wells being Hvergelmir, located beneath a root in Niflheim, and Mímisbrunnr, located beneath a root near the home of the frost jötnar.

Golden apple, an element that appears in various national and ethnic folk legends or fairy tales. They are depicted as divine food and the source of immortality in Norse mythology.

Now Here is my last question. Will Shirou have actual Goddesses in his harem? If so I hope that happens. here are the ladies. From the Norse the Nasuverse Valkyries, Brynhilde, Skadi, as she was in Norse Mythology and Panhuman History. From Japan Ibuki Douji with everything she has in Fate Grand Order with everything Shuten Douji has including the various classes.

Medusa has everything she has officially including the abilities and classes of her alternate selves and her Divinity restored.

Shirou also brings back her sisters who have the abilities they have as Servants as Medusa misses them.

Amaterasu is brought back to full power and so is Tamamo-No Mae who gets all the abilities she has as a Divine Spirit and with all her alternate classes and all the powers of the Tamamo Nine.

Shirou also has Astrea in his harem, Quetzalcoatl as her female Servant manifestation and all the classes she can be summoned under.

Scathach who has all the abilities of her various classes and is at her best, Caenis is a Divine Spirit and is one of his wives and he also has all the abilities of all her classes.

Ishtar, who has all the abilities of her classes at their best and Erishkigal.

Scáthach-Skadi and her Servant manifestation.

Shirou Emiya also has Goddess Rhongomyniad/Artoria Lancer/Artoria Ruler in his Harem.

Tiamat serves as a Goddess of Salt Water, has the abilities of her non nerfed self, the abilities she has as an Alter Ego Servant, and as Lava Tiamat.

Tamamo Vitch Koyanskaya as She has the abilities of Her Beast Class and as Koyanskaya of Light and Koyanskaya of Darkness selves.

Now time to review. I love the interaction between Caren and Shirou as well as Illya meeting Shirou for the first time. Hope you also let Sella and Leysritt somehow join them since I can see old man Achtbald torturing and killing them to spite Illya.
alexkellar chapter 35 . 1/20
Thanks for the new chapter!
Shirou's luck is another thing Archer might hate him for. XD

and the von Einzberns are still out of the war? I wonder, or will they send a substitute?
Oh yeah, I love when the canon goes down!
keep up the good work!
erozbrozz chapter 35 . 1/20
Great chapter.
well... e-rank luck was bellong to archer not shirou.
every harem protagonist luck at least an A-rank.
an that was canonically fact for every fiction works. lol.
RunOnSentences chapter 29 . 1/19
Dude. Really? Really. We didn’t have to read that, you jackass.
Felab chapter 35 . 1/19
I hope u didn't forgot to make Shirou grab her maids too
Finally chapter 18 . 1/17
Sakura safe!
Brilliant chapter 10 . 1/17
The chapter 9 . 1/16
Throatgrabbing. The favored pastime of all “Nord”-type “epic” warriors.
Loving this chapter 8 . 1/16
So far.
Real chapter 6 . 1/16
Crazy stuff aside, I am so looking forward to the butt whooping on the heathens.
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