History Franchise / Nasuverse

9th Mar '18 4:52:36 PM foxmccloud4387
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* Being one of the first works written, this is the one work officially claimed to take place in an AlternateUniverse from the rest (due to major discrepancies, such as Shiki's eyes and Touko's goal). Most of the characters here can be considered the 'blueprints' for those in the rest of the 'verse. Every character from the other works are still present in ''[=KnK's=]'' universe ([[ForWantOfANail with the exception of anyone True Ancestor-related]]) and vice-versa, but they are ''slightly'' different, given the conflicting aspects of each universe having possibly changed their circumstances--excluding [[CoolOldGuy Zelretch]], who can pop into any given universe at a whim. Shiki is included as a Character in ''VideoGame/MeltyBlood: Actress Again'' after getting pulled across dimensions, thus indicating that ''Kara no Kyoukai'' and ''Melty Blood'', at least, are [[AlternateContinuity Alternate Continuities]].

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* Being one of the first works written, this is the one work officially claimed to take place in an AlternateUniverse from the rest (due to major discrepancies, such as Shiki's eyes and Touko's goal). Most of the characters here can be considered the 'blueprints' for those in the rest of the 'verse. Every character from the other works are still present in ''[=KnK's=]'' universe ([[ForWantOfANail with the exception of anyone True Ancestor-related]]) and vice-versa, but they are ''slightly'' different, given the conflicting aspects of each universe having possibly changed their circumstances--excluding [[CoolOldGuy Zelretch]], who can pop into any given universe at a whim. Shiki is included as a Character in ''VideoGame/MeltyBlood: Actress Again'' after getting pulled across dimensions, thus indicating that ''Kara no Kyoukai'' and ''Melty Blood'', at least, are [[AlternateContinuity Alternate Continuities]].
Continuities]]. Meanwhile, ''VideoGame/FateGrandOrder'' features Shiki as a limited-time character, and justifies why she's there ''without'' resorting to "alternate dimensions," implying that ''Kara no Kyoukai'' has a place among the ''Fate'' timelines (a notion reinforced by later revelations about the multiverse).
9th Mar '18 3:41:09 PM foxmccloud4387
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* AntagonistTitle: "Type-Moon" is the title of Crimson Moon, progenitor of all vampires and the Ultimate One of the moon. While Crimson Moon himself has never appeared in person (save for a couple visions in ''Kagetsu Tohya'' where Shiki learns about Arcueid's real role as his vessel), he is a very important GreaterScopeVillain because of how his vampires shape the Nasuverse's works (especially those in the ''Tsukihime'' family).

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* AntagonistTitle: "Type-Moon" is the title of Crimson Moon, progenitor of all vampires and the Ultimate One of the moon. While Crimson Moon himself has never appeared in person (save for a couple visions in ''Kagetsu Tohya'' where Shiki learns about Arcueid's real role as his vessel), vessel - and even then he's just manifesting through her), he is a very important GreaterScopeVillain because of how his vampires shape the Nasuverse's works (especially those in the ''Tsukihime'' family).
9th Mar '18 3:39:53 PM foxmccloud4387
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* AntagonistTitle: "Type-Moon" is the title of Crimson Moon, progenitor of all vampires and the Ultimate One of the moon. While Crimson Moon himself has never appeared in person (save for a couple visions in ''Kagetsu Tohya'' where Shiki learns about Arcueid's real role as his vessel), he is a very important GreaterScopeVillain because of how his vampires shape the Nasuverse's works (especially those in the ''Tsukihime'' family).



* TitleDrop: The Crimson Moon, the forefather of all vampires, as the 'Ultimate One' - the strongest creature and avatar - of the Moon, holds the title "TYPE-Moon".
26th Feb '18 11:36:33 PM Hanz
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* ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'', a technically-eroge visual novel (though certain routes downplay the eroticism heavily, which has caused a long-lasting debate about whether it should truly be labeled an "eroge"). Shirou Emiya, Mage-in-self-training, stumbles into the "Holy Grail War". Has two manga adaptations with the first based on the Fate route and the second based on the Heaven's Feel route, an anime adaptation and movie by Creator/StudioDEEN, [[Anime/FateStayNightUnlimitedBladeWorks another anime adaptation]] and [[Anime/FateStayNightHeavensFeel movie trilogy]] by Creator/{{ufotable}}, and a [=PlayStation=] 2 port which is also on PS Vita, [=iOS=], and Android all with the aforementioned bleached underpants. Also has a spinoff, ''Emiya-san Chi no Kyou no Gohan'', a slice-of-life cooking manga with a net-anime adaptation by ufotable.

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* ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'', a technically-eroge visual novel (though certain routes downplay the eroticism heavily, which has caused a long-lasting debate about whether it should truly be labeled an "eroge"). Shirou Emiya, Mage-in-self-training, stumbles into the "Holy Grail War". Has two manga adaptations with the first based on the Fate route and the second based on the Heaven's Feel route, an anime adaptation and movie by Creator/StudioDEEN, [[Anime/FateStayNightUnlimitedBladeWorks another anime adaptation]] and [[Anime/FateStayNightHeavensFeel movie trilogy]] by Creator/{{ufotable}}, and a [=PlayStation=] 2 port which is also on PS Vita, [=iOS=], and Android all with the aforementioned bleached underpants. Also has a spinoff, ''Emiya-san Chi no Kyou no Gohan'', ''Anime/TodaysMenuForEmiyaFamily'', a slice-of-life cooking manga with a net-anime adaptation by ufotable.
20th Feb '18 5:26:08 AM Anduryen
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The universe(s) of the writings of TYPE-MOON's scenario director, Kinoko Nasu. It's made up of several "sub-universes" ("franchises" that [[CharacterOverlap share characters]]) that share most (but not all) details between each other. Also of note is that the franchises themselves often include several [[AlternateUniverse alternate continuities]], since the primary works are visual novels with [[MultipleEndings multiple and]] ''[[MultipleEndings very]]'' [[MultipleEndings mutually exclusive paths]].

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The universe(s) of the writings of TYPE-MOON's TYPE-MOON's[[note]][[MyNameIsNotShazam The company's official name is Notes]][[/note]] scenario director, Kinoko Nasu. It's made up of several "sub-universes" ("franchises" that [[CharacterOverlap share characters]]) that share most (but not all) details between each other. Also of note is that the franchises themselves often include several [[AlternateUniverse alternate continuities]], since the primary works are visual novels with [[MultipleEndings multiple and]] ''[[MultipleEndings very]]'' [[MultipleEndings mutually exclusive paths]].
26th Jan '18 4:48:28 AM Ominae
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** ''Anime/TodaysMenuForEmiyaFamily''


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* ''Anime/TodaysMenuForEmiyaFamily'': An ONA anime that centers on the all the masters and servants as they live their daily lives and showcase local cuisine.
1st Jan '18 7:01:12 AM narm00
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* ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'', a technically-eroge visual novel (though certain routes downplay the eroticism heavily, which has caused a long-lasting debate about whether it should truly be labeled an "eroge"). Shirou Emiya, Mage-in-self-training, stumbles into the "Holy Grail War". Has two manga adaptations with the first based on the Fate route and the second based on the Heaven's Feel route, an anime adaption and movie by Creator/StudioDEEN, [[Anime/FateStayNightUnlimitedBladeWorks another anime adaptation]] and [[Anime/FateStayNightHeavensFeel movie trilogy]] by Creator/{{ufotable}}, and a [=PlayStation=] 2 port which is also on PS Vita, [=iOS=], and Android all with the aforementioned bleached underpants.

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* ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'', a technically-eroge visual novel (though certain routes downplay the eroticism heavily, which has caused a long-lasting debate about whether it should truly be labeled an "eroge"). Shirou Emiya, Mage-in-self-training, stumbles into the "Holy Grail War". Has two manga adaptations with the first based on the Fate route and the second based on the Heaven's Feel route, an anime adaption adaptation and movie by Creator/StudioDEEN, [[Anime/FateStayNightUnlimitedBladeWorks another anime adaptation]] and [[Anime/FateStayNightHeavensFeel movie trilogy]] by Creator/{{ufotable}}, and a [=PlayStation=] 2 port which is also on PS Vita, [=iOS=], and Android all with the aforementioned bleached underpants.underpants. Also has a spinoff, ''Emiya-san Chi no Kyou no Gohan'', a slice-of-life cooking manga with a net-anime adaptation by ufotable.
19th Dec '17 8:18:15 PM Ogiga99
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*** ''Fate/Grand Order'' is an interesting example in that, while it was conceived as another minor spinoff continuity (the spinoff point being [[spoiler:who won the Fuyuki Grail War of 2004 and some of the details about how and why it was fought]]), the fact that it's [[CashCowFranchise the most successful thing Type-Moon's ever made by literally multiple orders of magnitude]] means that it has taken an ''extremely'' prominent place in the wider zeitgeist and public eye, and can in many ways be considered the second "main" continuity at this point. Elements from many of the other continuities are being integrated into it for greater exposure.

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*** ''Fate/Grand Order'' is an interesting example in that, while it was conceived as another minor spinoff continuity (the spinoff point being [[spoiler:who won the Fuyuki Grail War of 2004 and some of the details about how and why it was fought]]), the fact that it's [[CashCowFranchise the most successful thing Type-Moon's ever made by literally multiple orders of magnitude]] magnitude means that it has taken an ''extremely'' prominent place in the wider zeitgeist and public eye, and can in many ways be considered the second "main" continuity at this point. Elements from many of the other continuities are being integrated into it for greater exposure.
19th Dec '17 8:17:44 PM Ogiga99
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* ''VideoGame/FateGrandOrder'', the "Fate Online Project Reboot" RPG on iOS and Android based off of the scrapped ''Fate/Apocrypha'' online game written by Higashide, Sakurai, and Nasu. An English version handled by Aniplex was announced April 2017 and came out the same year in June. Detailing the struggles of the Chaldea Humanity Preservation Organization as it attempts to correct temporal anomalies caused by a wayward member [[spoiler:and later as it attempts to protect human history and human life against the Seven Great Evils of Humanity, the Beasts]], it began as a relatively simple project but [[CashCowFranchise its stunning success]] has led to it taking a prominent position in the wider Nasuverse, hosting several key reveals about the wider setting. It received an animated adaptation of its prologue arc on December 31st, 2016. It has received several manga series, with two official adaptations, several manga anthologies, and Riyo's ''Learning With Manga! Fate/Grand Order'' gag series, that one being the most popular. It also has an arcade game, VR spinoff, and stage play adaptation of the game's sixth chapter.

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* ''VideoGame/FateGrandOrder'', the "Fate Online Project Reboot" RPG on iOS and Android based off of the scrapped ''Fate/Apocrypha'' online game written by Higashide, Sakurai, and Nasu. An English version handled by Aniplex was announced April 2017 and came out the same year in June. Detailing the struggles of the Chaldea Humanity Preservation Organization as it attempts to correct temporal anomalies caused by a wayward member [[spoiler:and later as it attempts to protect human history and human life against the Seven Great Evils of Humanity, the Beasts]], it began as a relatively simple project but [[CashCowFranchise its stunning success]] success has led to it taking a prominent position in the wider Nasuverse, hosting several key reveals about the wider setting. It received an animated adaptation of its prologue arc on December 31st, 2016. It has received several manga series, with two official adaptations, several manga anthologies, and Riyo's ''Learning With Manga! Fate/Grand Order'' gag series, that one being the most popular. It also has an arcade game, VR spinoff, and stage play adaptation of the game's sixth chapter.



* Hating the ''Tsukihime'' anime adaptation, mostly citing low budget, character wrecking, vague storytelling, and OOC actions that just don't make sense when one has read the visual novel, and loving the manga adaptation. They even claim that the anime ''[[FanonDiscontinuity doesn't exist]]''.
* Making fun of the pornographic aspects in the games, considering it [[{{Narm}} hilariously]] [[FanDisservice bad]], particularly the [[UnusualEuphemism metaphors]] [[FetishRetardant used]] [[MemeticMutation for the sex organs]].

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* Hating the ''Tsukihime'' anime adaptation, mostly citing low budget, character wrecking, vague storytelling, and OOC actions that just don't make sense when one has read the visual novel, and loving the manga adaptation. They even claim that the anime ''[[FanonDiscontinuity doesn't exist]]''.
''doesn't exist''.
* Making fun of the pornographic aspects in the games, considering it [[{{Narm}} hilariously]] [[FanDisservice hilariously bad]], particularly the [[UnusualEuphemism metaphors]] [[FetishRetardant used]] [[MemeticMutation used for the sex organs]].
19th Dec '17 8:12:12 PM Ogiga99
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* A Light Novel series by Makoto Sanda, starring Waver Velvet and his assistant, Gray, going around the world solving mysteries before the events of the Fifth Holy Grail War. Features significant CharacterOverlap with each novel featuring a version of a certain character in the ''Fate/stay night'' timeline. Eventually edged into ''Fate'' territory with the introduction of [[spoiler:a new Servant and new Class, Faker.]] Received a manga adaptation on October 2017.

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* A Light Novel series by Makoto Sanda, starring Waver Velvet and his assistant, Gray, going around the world solving mysteries before the events of the Fifth Holy Grail War. Features significant CharacterOverlap with each novel featuring a version of a certain character in the ''Fate/stay night'' timeline. Eventually edged into ''Fate'' territory with the introduction of [[spoiler:a new Servant and new Class, Faker.]] Received a manga adaptation on October 2017.
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