It looks to me like we'll get a chance to interact with all of them, but it seems like it's going to be a mixed bag where some of them will be hostile towards us and some will become our allies. For example, the first Master is shown in the middle of a blizzard, so I'm assuming he's the Master of Anastasia and we'll be fighting them in the first location. I think the centaur Asura thing will be impossible to guess off a silhouette. Just ask Emiya, David, Tomoe Gozen and Raikou Lancer. And I changed her left eye color to green.
That shield design is pretty common and most importantly, she seems to have wielded a axe before her fall and from the image there's no signs of a spear nearby her. The intro showed us the Original Seven masters that we were told about earlier in the prologue. They may or not be the final or penultimate bosses. Also, this is purely a guess, but the order in which the Servants are shown seems to correspond with the order in which the Masters were shown, except I think that the first Servant is the second Master's Servant and Anastasia is the first Master's Servant. But personally, it feels weird that the seven Masters won't each have a Servant of a different class from the seven standard classes. I also moved his mask a little lower since that is where is eyes are. I wonder these servants represent who are summoned by masters who have high rank and high reputation.
Rama can be summoned as Archer but refuses so he can reunite with his wife Sita, who is an Archer. . She's a Servant, and in one scene Goldolf calls her a fox. As for Ritsuka I slightly changed her hairstyle and changed both her battle mode and casual clothes. So does that mean Solomon may finally be summonable? She pulled out a gun and managed to shoot a fast moving object from a distance, so possibly an Archer? As good a guess as any, I'd say. Don't know about any interstellar mountain cities, though.
It looks like each Master will be the antagonist of each area we'll visit, and each Master will have their own Servant who will probably be the final boss of each location. This Tamamo is either incarnated into a mortal body thanks to some accident involving skin contact with the Holy Grail that gave her life upon the mortal plain as herself; or she's just a normal teenage gyaru transfer student who fell in love with student council president Hakuno Kishinami. She summons Saber and has racial reasons for wanting for this servant. Kali the Goddess of Destruction has four arms and her iconic sword while Durga the Goddess of War has a bow and riding her mount lion or tiger. He only uses the power when he faces a worthy foe. If they do somehow survive, they probably act on their own elsewhere and not directly help you until the end of the story.
Also look at the shot more carefully, it's a bronze sword that the guy is wielding. He summons Berserker because communication is unnecessary, may implies a Berserker has high rank of Mad Enhancement makes them lacks proper communicate and proper language. I still think the Masters will be opposing you for most of the chapter, but I do think it's possible that one or two of them may have a change of heart at the end or weren't bad from the start but have their own reasons for being on the wrong side. Anybody have a clue as to what she was up to back in those days? So I wonder that happend there if it turns out this way. Doman gets even more mysterious when it becomes apparent that none of the Masters summoned him.
Implies he is sent to Babylonia Again? A lot of people point out that servant is wielding a golden lance. Actually, I take back what I said about the Servants being the final boss of each area. And for each chapter you complete, you'll get a Mystic code based off the respective Master's outfit along with the skills they used in battle. In the romance of the three kingdoms books, and in a shit tone of popular culture as well thanks to that, Liu Bei is said to have dual wielded a particular type of double bladed chinese sword. Unless there's a Part 3 and he's just hinting at that instead.
It's downside is that you can't use it begining of the fight or in a fight that doesn't include 2 magic users, cause there won't be enough scattered magic in the area. As if the double-headed aquila wasn't enough of a hint. That it would be even more overkill since he has the powers of Cursed arm, Serenity and Hundred persona. Da Vinci skips over his profile without drop any hint. May heavily implied he is sent to Moon Cell. The intro showed us the Original Seven masters that we were told about earlier in the prologue. The doujin features Illyasviel von Einzbern who has become a Counter Guardian with similar abilities to Archer.
Assassin is might be Charlotte Corday, an assassin for the assassination of Jacobin leader Jean-Paul Marat. If it's not figurative thing, then it might be possible to guess it. Excaliber on the other hand, is a concentration of the users prana on the tip of the sword and use it mow down the opponent, so uses own prana btw, anyone watched latest Nanoha movie? He is used to be Clock Tower member, later recruited by Maris Billy. Maris Billy and Da Vinci acknowledge him as a genius and talent person. I can't think of other notable female warrior which Achilles faced too, besides Penthelesia.
His current fake name and origin country is unknown. Anyway these were just the major three things that caught my attention. If it's from an apocryphal timeline, maybe it will focus on Arthur and the Prototype world. At the very least, it seems we'll be moving around in that vehicle from place to place, so they're not going to ditch the vehicle anytime soon. Thanks FateScarlet for the help. The servant being Liu Bie is very possible, because one thing Lie Bie claims was that he was the true successor of Han.
Especially if it's set in the future. It is still Qin dynasty but it is also the year where the first empiror Qin Shi Huang died, marked as the fall of Qin and transition to Han. I wonder why Archer is the only one who grows red eyes there. Implies he summons Assassin servant. While calling her a fox can just be used to describe someone as being sly as it was used in the scene, it may also be a hint from the writers about her true identity.