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7-Eleven Creates Fate/stay night: Heaven's Feel I. presage flower Merch Based on Fan Poll

posted on by Jennifer Sherman

The 7-Eleven convenience store conducted a poll from October 13 to November 5 asking people to choose their favorite scenario involving Fate/stay night: Heaven's Feel I. presage flower anime film character Sakura Matō. The store will produce a special illustration of fans' top choice and make it into merchandise. The chain announced the results of the poll on Monday:

  1. Sakura leans on Shirō after getting tired and falling asleep
  2. Sakura wakes Shirō up in the morning
  3. Sakura cooks with Shirō
  4. Sakura and Shirō appear back-to-back
  5. Sakura gets injured and is carried on Shirō's back
  6. Sakura gets angry as Taiga teases her
  7. Sakura nurses Shinji

In addition to creating an exclusive illustration and merchandise, the collaboration is offering fans a chance to win one of three posters signed by the anime's main cast. The period to enter for the poster giveaway began on Monday, and it will end on Sunday.

The poll had a goal of receiving 300,000 votes, and it succeeded, closing after receiving 324,908 votes. In order to vote, fans had to visit Seven & i Group's 7SPOT Wi-Fi locations throughout Japan. People could vote from among the seven options once per day at each location. Every time they voted, fans received a stamp-style image with the film's characters on their smartphones, and the seven images offered changed depending on the day of the week. In addition, the 7SPOT locations offered fans a chance to hear a special message from Sakura (voiced by Noriko Shitaya).

7-Eleven stores are also selling a variety of merchandise to celebrate the anime film.

Fate/stay night: Heaven's Feel I. presage flower, the first film in the Fate/stay night: Heaven's Feel anime film trilogy, opened at #1 at the Japanese box office by both attendance and box office earnings on October 14. The film has sold 653,132 tickets to earn 1,002,394,820 yen (about US$8.78 million) as of October 31.

[Via Otakomu]

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