A roleplay site formed in 2016 that takes Fate/Stay Night's setting and expands it to global proportions. Though the site is primarily focused on the Holy Grail War, it integrates elements from all works set in the Nasuverse.
Currently in the middle of its second chapter.
The site can be found here.
Has a characters page in construction here.
Fate/Orbis Telos has shown the following tropes:
- Alternate History: Part and parcel for the setting, with England still being an absolute monarchy.
- Alternate Timeline: One where the Third Holy Grail War in Fuyuki never happened.
- All Myths Are True: Natch.
- Atlantis: With a twist.
- Beach Episode: Several, including a Luau of Kings between all the game's monarchs.
- Blue Blood: What many members of the Clock Tower see themselves as.
- Boss Rush: The best way to describe plot threads.
- Character-Magnetic Team: The royal family of Luxembourg and their allies.
- Church Militant: The Holy Church organization.
- Corrupt Corporate Executive: Arcadia.
- Enlightenment Superpowers: The way for characters to unlock True Magic is to reach The Root.
- Experience Points: What FP essentially is, allowing characters to unlock more stuff the more threads they complete.
- Expy: Too many of them, if we take the site's Face Claim system into account.
- Half-Human Hybrid: Mixed-Blood characters.
- Heroic Bystander: Characters can be independent from any organization.
- High School A.U.: Fate/Stay High, an unfortunately-named April Fools' thread placing all the characters in high school.
- Historical Gender Flip: Too many to count.
- Loads and Loads of Characters: Inevitable given the player base and the fact that this is a global-scale Grail War.
- Magical Society: Magic is real in this world, and there are many magus organizations, such as the Clock Tower, Atlas and others.
- The Men in Black: The setting's portrayal of Strange/Fake's organization.
- Our Vampires Are Different: Dead Apostles, which is a species players can play as, and can later be upgraded into Dead Apostle Ancestors.
- Psychic Powers: What Mystic Eyes essentially are.
- Ragtag Bunch of Misfits: The setting's portrayal of Yggdmillennia.
- Rule of Funny: The Tiger Dojo. It starts with a cooking competition judged by Gilgamesh, Arthur and Ozymandias, and only gets sillier from there.
- Running Gag:
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- The Shangri-La: One of the first chapter's settings.
- There Can Be Only One: The objective of the Holy Grail War.
- Tournament Arc: A site event was planned to be hosted involving a Lesser Grail War, where the main focus would be Servant battles.
- Up to Eleven: The global Holy Grail War.