Hmmm... I had somewhat of an idea that it would be like that, but there's something strange. Not wrong, just strange. If that was the case, that Emiya summoned another Arturia as his servant than Shirou's, then there must be more than one Arturia that the World is keeping tabs on (or Alaya or whatever that runs the system, I can't remember). Taking that into consideration, then Emiya's Arturia and Shirou's* Arturia are essentially the same, except for the fact that each of them have different masters, thus rendering them different individuals to some level. What strikes me as odd is this:
- After Arturia finally dies in her time, which version would be stored in the Throne of Heroes? Emiya's or Shirou's or would it be an amalgamation of every possible combination of all the versions available (which could be, theoretically speaking, infinite).
That raises some other questions, like for example:
If we treat Fate's good end (I don't know it's proper name), the one available in PS2, as more than just fan-service, then the man that meets Arturia would obviously have met her.
- The amalgamation theory would let that man be either Emiya or a Shirou that summoned her, probably the same Shirou we follow in FSN.
- If there's no mixin' and blendin' involved, then it would be either Emiya's or Shirou's Arturia.
Hmm..... Pime Taradox! Anyway, the question still remains. Is there a way to say that the man is Shirou or Emiya? If there is, then I think it's easy to say which Arturia is the one in the Throne.... I think I just pointed at the obvious....
* For convenience's sake, Emiya is Archer, while Shirou is the one we follow around in FSN.
"I settled for that shriek. Those dull vacant eyes... oiled cabbage stench of her...! [...] You know what? I'm sorry if I'm not gonna do this the way you want me to or the way you might. But I will not make an angel out of someone who wasn't an angel...!" -Chief Tyrol, on his beloved wife.
Have you heard about the saying that goes something like "drunk people and kids tell no lies"? Well, that's just a fallacy.