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Episode Title: Epilogue.
Episode Description: Two years after the events of the Fifth Holy Grail War, Shirou and Rin are still dating and living together in an apartment in London while they both study under the Mage's Association at the Clock Tower, with Shirou apprenticing under Rin as protection for her. However, he is still struggling with following his ideals without walking the same path as Archer. One day, Rin loses a duel with fellow classmate and neighbor, Luviagelita Edelfelt, who repeatedly flirts with an oblivious Shirou, much to Rin's chagrin. Afterwards, Shirou and Rin talk about his invitation to officially join the Mage's Association, which conflicts with his ideals. One morning, Rin decides to take Shirou to Glastonbury, the final resting place of King Arthur, so he can say goodbye to Saber. During the trip back home, Shirou reminisces about when he graduated from his second year of high school. The next day, Shirou encounters Waver Velvet, a survivor of the Fourth Holy Grail War, who questions him about his reasons for coming to the Clock Tower and studying magic after surviving the Fifth Holy Grail War. Shirou walks away as he says that he wants to dedicate his life to being a hero of justice. Waver responds that this is a foolish endeavor, although not without its merits. Shirou returns to the apartment and informs Rin that he has declined the invitation, saying that he cannot change who he is even if he is destined to meet the same fate as Archer. Rin responds that Shirou will go farther in following his ideals even if Archer walked the same path. She then assures Shirou that she will always be by his side. In the epilogue, Archer is shown sitting inside his Unlimited Blade Works, reconsidering his life and purpose. While he admits his regrets and curses the path he took, he asserts in the end that he was never wrong in his ideals.