History Franchise / Nasuverse

8th Oct '17 12:25:36 AM SpaceDrake
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*** ''Mahou Tsukai no Yoru'', ''Tsukihime'' (and its expansions) and ''Fate/stay night'' (along with ''hollow ataraxia'' and ''Zero'') are all in continuity with each other and form the "original" Nasuverse continuity, although in some ways this is rather academic, because outside of Aoko showing up in ''Tsukihime'''s prologue, the casts of the three stories don't interact and the plots aren't linked. It is worth noting that this continuity can branch a little bit, depending on player choices in ''Tsukihime'' and ''F/SN''.

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*** ''Mahou Tsukai no Yoru'', ''Tsukihime'' (and its expansions) and ''Fate/stay night'' (along with ''hollow ataraxia'' and ''Zero'') are all in continuity with each other and form the "original" Nasuverse continuity, although in some ways this is rather academic, because outside of Aoko showing up in ''Tsukihime'''s prologue, the casts of the three stories don't interact and the plots aren't linked. It is worth noting that this continuity can branch a little bit, depending on player choices in ''Tsukihime'' and ''F/SN''.''F/SN''; the animated adaptations of ''F/SN'' showcase each of the major routes.
7th Oct '17 9:50:20 PM Twiddler
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'''''[[DevelopmentHell Girls Work]]'''''
* Notable for ''not'' being done by Kinoko Nasu and Takashi Takeuchi, despite being a TYPE-MOON production. The story reportedly is about supernatural happenings in Shinjuku. The title was announced in 2008 as a Visual Novel, and then in December 2010 it was reported that it would be released as an anime instead. [[{{Vaporware}} Since then, nothing has been heard about it]].

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'''''[[DevelopmentHell Girls Work]]'''''
'''''Girls Work'''''
* Notable for ''not'' being done by Kinoko Nasu and Takashi Takeuchi, despite being a TYPE-MOON production. The story reportedly is about supernatural happenings in Shinjuku. The title was announced in 2008 as a Visual Novel, and then in December 2010 it was reported that it would be released as an anime instead. [[{{Vaporware}} Since then, nothing has been heard about it]].
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30th Sep '17 11:47:40 PM SpaceDrake
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* ''[[Podcast/FateStayTune Fate/stay tune]]'' was an internet radio show that was broadcast while the {{anime}} was on the air, hosted by Creator/AyakoKawasumi (Saber) and Creator/KanaUeda (Rin). A sequel show, "[[GratuitousEnglish Fate/stay tune: Unlimited Radio Works]]" was broadcast for the "Unlimited Blade Works" movie, hosted by Creator/JunichiSuwabe (Archer) and the aforementioned hosts.
* ''[[VideoGame/FateTigerColosseum Fate/tiger colosseum]]'', a PSP exclusive 3D brawler, which serves as both a [[ThirdOptionAdaptation sequel]] and [[AffectionateParody parody]] of the original games. Taiga Fujimura initiates a war for the Tiger Grail and the Masters and Servants compete for it once more. Followed by a stand-alone expansion pack, ''Fate/tiger colosseum UPPER'', which added more playable characters from ''hollow ataraxia'' and ''zero'', as well as Arcueid, Kohaku (both in MagicalGirl form), and Neco-Arc, making it the first real {{Crossover}} between ''Fate'' and ''Tsukihime''.

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* ''[[Podcast/FateStayTune Fate/stay tune]]'' ''Fate/stay tune'' was an internet radio show that was broadcast while the {{anime}} was on the air, hosted by Creator/AyakoKawasumi (Saber) and Creator/KanaUeda (Rin). A sequel show, "[[GratuitousEnglish Fate/stay tune: Unlimited Radio Works]]" was broadcast for the "Unlimited Blade Works" movie, hosted by Creator/JunichiSuwabe (Archer) and the aforementioned hosts.
* ''[[VideoGame/FateTigerColosseum Fate/tiger colosseum]]'', ''Fate/tiger colosseum'', a PSP exclusive 3D brawler, which serves as both a [[ThirdOptionAdaptation sequel]] and [[AffectionateParody parody]] of the original games. Taiga Fujimura initiates a war for the Tiger Grail and the Masters and Servants compete for it once more. Followed by a stand-alone expansion pack, ''Fate/tiger colosseum UPPER'', which added more playable characters from ''hollow ataraxia'' and ''zero'', as well as Arcueid, Kohaku (both in MagicalGirl form), and Neco-Arc, making it the first real {{Crossover}} between ''Fate'' and ''Tsukihime''.
30th Sep '17 9:41:54 PM SpaceDrake
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*** ''Fate/Extra'' and its sequels are another continuity, taking place within the datascape of the Moon Cell (a supercomputer of mysterious origin on the moon) in the year 2030. Something's happened in this continuity to drain the world of all its prana, leaving magi only able to work their arts in datascapes like the Moon Cell.
*** ''Fate/Apocrypha'' is a branch off of ''stay night'', diverging during the Third Grail War in the [=1930s=]. Instead of the Grail War as recorded, the Greater Grail is instead taken from Fuyuki, [[spoiler:and instead of Avenger Angra Mainyu, the Extra-type Servant the Einzberns summoned to try and cheat the system was Ruler Shirou Tokisada Amakusa]].
*** ''Fate/Prototype'' is a separate continuity from all of the above, having been originally conceived before even ''Kara no Kyoukai''; its Grail War works significantly differently from the one in ''stay night''. Various elements of it, however, have slowly been introduced into the main continuities.
*** ''Prisma Illya'' is another branch off of ''Fate'', specifically diverging [[spoiler:before and during the Fourth Grail War - Illya was born later, and both Kerry and Iri discover earlier what's going on with the Fuyuki Grail, and work ''together'' to destroy it, freeing Illya from her destiny as a Grail vessel. Or so they hope.]]
*** ''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.
*** The ''El-Melloi Case Files'' are interesting in that they seem designed to be able to slot into several of the above continuities without too much trouble, though are most obviously angled toward the original continuity.
*** As noted above, ''DDD'' and ''Fire Girl'' could ''possibly'' be within the main continuity, but it isn't too clear and it's generally irrelevant for their purposes and narratives anyway.
30th Sep '17 9:23:26 PM SpaceDrake
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* TheMultiverse:
** Has actually been a feature of the setting almost from the start - the Second Magic is based around travel to, and manipulation of, parallel worlds - and was mentioned as early as background material for ''Tsukihime'' and was plot-relevant as early as the original ''Fate/stay night'' (wherein [[spoiler:Rin, with Shirou's help, creates a replica of Zeltrech's Gem Sword and uses it to match the power of her plugged-into-infinite-mana rampaging sister]]), but with ''Grand Order'' especially, it's become a somewhat important concept. The Throne of Heroes technically sits outside of the "time axis", so even though some of the Fate continuities are different, it's still possible for the ''GO'' protagonist to summon pretty much all previous Servants. Moreover, ''GO'''s singularities are basically pocket timelines themselves, that if unrepaired could do serious damage to reality. [[spoiler:Part of the thrust of the Shinjuku singularity is using the meta-physics of this in a creative application of villainy.]]
** For the curious, the current multiversal breakdown is as follows:
*** ''Mahou Tsukai no Yoru'', ''Tsukihime'' (and its expansions) and ''Fate/stay night'' (along with ''hollow ataraxia'' and ''Zero'') are all in continuity with each other and form the "original" Nasuverse continuity, although in some ways this is rather academic, because outside of Aoko showing up in ''Tsukihime'''s prologue, the casts of the three stories don't interact and the plots aren't linked. It is worth noting that this continuity can branch a little bit, depending on player choices in ''Tsukihime'' and ''F/SN''.
*** ''Kara no Kyoukai'' was the first proper alternate universe, because it was written before Nasu & Takeuchi considered that Type-Moon could be a going concern, and thus wasn't constructed to necessarily fit easily into the primary Nasuverse. It actually wouldn't have ''that'' much trouble doing so, in retrospect, and there are indications that something ''like'' the events of ''[=KnK=]'' happen in most timelines, but officially it is still treated as an AU.
29th Sep '17 11:38:46 PM SpaceDrake
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** ''[[ScreenToStageAdaptation Fate/Grand Order THE STAGE:]] [[OverlyLongName Holy Round Table's Domain Camelot - Replica; Agateram]]'', which is an adaptation of ''F/GO'''s incredibly popular sixth story chapter/singularity, Camelot. A limited run special stage production in the Zepp Blue Theater in Roppongi, Tokyo, it had two runs, in July and September-October 2017.
29th Sep '17 2:59:18 PM SpaceDrake
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* ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'', an eroge visual novel. 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'', an eroge a technically-eroge visual novel.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.



* ''VisualNovel/FateHollowAtaraxia'': A sequel/[[{{Doujinshi}} fan-disc]] Visual Novel that was released in 2005. A [[LighterAndSofter more lighthearted story]] set six months after the conclusion of Heaven's Feel V, it focuses on a magus called Bazett Fraga [=McRemitz=], who finds herself trapped in a strange GroundhogDayLoop with a mysterious Servant called "Avenger".

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* ''VisualNovel/FateHollowAtaraxia'': A sequel/[[{{Doujinshi}} fan-disc]] Visual Novel that was released in 2005. A [[LighterAndSofter more lighthearted story]] set six months after the conclusion of Heaven's Feel V, it focuses on a magus called Bazett Fraga [=McRemitz=], who finds herself trapped in a strange GroundhogDayLoop with a mysterious Servant called "Avenger". This would be the final Type-Moon-badged work to possess explicit eroticism in its narrative, which was itself removed for the 2014 Vita version.
24th Sep '17 12:39:39 PM Smeagol17
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Several of the main works are [[HGame H-games]] (a.k.a. ''eroge'', marked as such), but many of the related works are not. In particular, after TYPE-MOON achieved mainstream success with the 2006 ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'' anime, they have been straying away from erotic works to seemingly cater to a wider audience, with several works either re-released or slated to be re-released in BleachedUnderpants form. (Given the h-scenes were gratuitous and largely unneeded from the overall plot, very little changes plot wise)

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Several of the main works are [[HGame H-games]] (a.k.a. ''eroge'', marked as such), but many of the related works are not. In particular, after TYPE-MOON achieved mainstream success with the 2006 ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'' anime, they have been straying away from erotic works to seemingly cater to a wider audience, with several works either re-released or slated to be re-released in BleachedUnderpants form. (Given the h-scenes were gratuitous and largely unneeded from for the overall plot, very little changes plot wise)
13th Sep '17 5:40:50 AM Nouct
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* ''Literature/FateStrangeFake'': A proposed novella by [[LightNovel/{{Baccano}} Ryohgo Narita]] that focuses on a knock-off version of Heaven's Feel taking place in California, ten years after ''Fate/hollow ataraxia''. According to the release, it was a cancelled project meant to introduce the setting of a potential role-playing game, but considering it was published on AprilFoolsDay in 2008, the question of whether it was ever a serious project remains unanswered. Certain elements have been reused in other works, leaving its canonicity up in the air. It was greenlit as a full Light Novel series with a manga adaptation.

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* ''Literature/FateStrangeFake'': A proposed novella by [[LightNovel/{{Baccano}} Ryohgo Narita]] that focuses on a knock-off version of Heaven's Feel taking place in California, Nevada, ten years after ''Fate/hollow ataraxia''. According to the release, it was a cancelled project meant to introduce the setting of a potential role-playing game, but considering it was published on AprilFoolsDay in 2008, the question of whether it was ever a serious project remains unanswered. Certain elements have been reused in other works, leaving its canonicity up in the air. It was eventually greenlit as a an official full Light Novel series with a manga adaptation.



** A third game in this series on the [=PS4=], Vita, PC, and notably the first work to be on a [[UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch Nintendo console]], ''VideoGame/FateExtellaTheUmbralStar'', [[GenreShift an action game]] ala Dynasty Warriors with its roster of playable Servants expanded from 4 to 17. This game was localized by XSEED and came out on January 2017. The story revolves around the player character being mysteriously split up into three seperate people, paired with the original playable Saber, Caster, and a new Saber, Altera. These three Servants each lead a faction of Servants and go to war for domination over the Moon. Though it is officially the third game in this series, it is technically not a sequel to any of the ''Extra'' or ''CCC'' endings, instead using a new original route as the basis for its backstory.
** The fourth game in this series, ''VideoGame/FateExtellaLink'', was announced on August 2017. Still retaining the musou gameplay of last game with all sixteen playable Servants returning, it takes place after ''Extella'''s GoldenEnding and focuses on a new Saber, Charlemagne. It's described to be more of a side story than sequel, with the sequel to ''Extella'' being written separately from ''Link''.

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** A third game in this series on the [=PS4=], Vita, PC, and notably the first work to be on a [[UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch Nintendo console]], ''VideoGame/FateExtellaTheUmbralStar'', [[GenreShift an action game]] ala Dynasty Warriors ''VideoGame/DynastyWarriors'' with its roster of playable Servants expanded from 4 to 17. This game was localized by XSEED and came out on January 2017. The story revolves around the player character being mysteriously split up into three seperate people, paired with the original playable Saber, Caster, and a new Saber, Altera. These three Servants each lead a faction of Servants and go to war for domination over the Moon. Though it is officially the third game in this series, it is technically not a sequel to any of the ''Extra'' or ''CCC'' endings, instead using a new original route as the basis for its backstory.
backstory. It also expanded on the universe's AlternateTimeline mechanics with far-reaching implications for every other work.
** The fourth game in this series, ''VideoGame/FateExtellaLink'', was announced on August 2017. Still retaining the musou gameplay of last game with all sixteen playable Servants returning, it takes place after ''Extella'''s GoldenEnding and focuses on a new Saber, Charlemagne. It's described to be more of a side story than sequel, with the sequel to ''Extella'' being written separately from ''Link''.



* ''LightNovel/LordElMelloiIICaseFiles'': A Light Novel series by Makoto Sanda, starring Waver Velvet going around the world solving mysteries before the events of the Fifth Holy Grail War. Received a manga adaptation on October 2017.


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'''''LightNovel/LordElMelloiIICaseFiles'''''
* 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.
5th Sep '17 1:10:52 PM rjd1922
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* ''VisualNovel/{{Tsukihime}}'', an eroge visual novel. Features TheVerse's ''[[NamesTheSame other]]'' Shiki, Shiki Tohno, going back to his old family mansion after he was kicked out at eight years old. He suffered a childhood accident which granted his eyes [[MagicalEye strange abilities]], and his own past is rather muddled, as well. Has a manga and an [[VisualNovel/{{Tsukihime}} anime adaption]], complete with BleachedUnderpants[[note]]The anime and manga adaptations of ''Tsukihime'' are the only Nasuverse adaptations to retain the love scene between the story's couple -in this case between Shiki and Arcuied- instead just toning it down to non-pornographic levels[[/note]].

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* ''VisualNovel/{{Tsukihime}}'', an eroge visual novel. Features TheVerse's ''[[NamesTheSame other]]'' Shiki, Shiki Tohno, going back to his old family mansion after he was kicked out at eight years old. He suffered a childhood accident which granted his eyes [[MagicalEye strange abilities]], and his own past is rather muddled, as well. Has a manga and an [[VisualNovel/{{Tsukihime}} anime adaption]], adaption, complete with BleachedUnderpants[[note]]The anime and manga adaptations of ''Tsukihime'' are the only Nasuverse adaptations to retain the love scene between the story's couple -in this case between Shiki and Arcuied- instead just toning it down to non-pornographic levels[[/note]].
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