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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })The universe(s) of the writings of TYPE-MOON'snote The company's official name is Notes scenario director, Kinoko Nasu. It's made up of several "sub-universes" ("franchises" that share characters) that share most (but not all) details between each other. Also of note is that the franchises themselves often include several alternate continuities, since the primary works are visual novels with multiple and very mutually exclusive paths.The earliest main works in the 'verse were/are H-games (a.k.a. eroge, marked as such), but many of the related works are not. And, after TYPE-MOON began achieving mainstream success with the 2006 Fate/stay night anime, they began trending away from erotic works to cater to a wider audience, with several works either re-released or slated to be re-released in Bleached Underpants form. (Given the h-scenes were gratuitous and largely unneeded for the overall plot, even old-school fans largely see this as a positive.)Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_2'); })
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Character Overlap
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Character Overlap: Because of the shared universe, several characters frequently show up in other works than the one they debuted in. Touko Aozaki is a major character in Kara no Kyoukai and Mahou Tsukai no Yoru, shows up in the second volume of Lord El-Melloi II Case Files, and make several minor cameos in Fate works. She's investigating SE.RA.PH in EXTRA, mentioned to be hired by Kayneth after being crippled by Kiritsugu's Origin Bullet in Zero, one of her puppets is acquired in the Heaven's Feel route of stay night, and Miyamoto Musashi mentions having met her in Grand Order. Aoko Aozaki headlines Mahou Tsukai no Yoru, appears as a minor character with huge impact in Tsukihime, and is also trapped in SE.RA.PH in Fate/Extra. Caubac Alcatraz is merely mentioned in passing in Tsukihime as he's trapped in his own labyrinth but is later revealed to be using the magical cellphone Zelretch gave him as seen in Carnival Phantasm and Mahou Tsukai no Hako to communicate with the outside world. He also converses with Zelretch in Fate/strange fake. Lord El-Melloi II/Waver Velvet due to his Breakout Character status of Fate/Zero is seen in Fate/Apocrypha as part of the group trying to manage the Great Holy Grail War, in Fate/strange fake in relation to his student Flatt Escardos, in Fate/Grand Order as a Pseudo-Servant, in Fate/Labyrinth to rescue Norma, and of course as the protagonist of his own novel series.
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All There in the Manual
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All There in the Manual: If a detail isn't explicitly described in the work itself, it's probably explained in one of the several dozen material books which contain profiles of characters and explanations on how mechanics and concepts work in this universe. Furthermore, Nasu has his own blog which he occasionally posts on to clarify any confusing details.
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Living Forever Is Awesome
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Living Forever Is Awesome: Some characters do appreciate eternal life, chief among them is Qin Shi Huang, the (primary) Big Bad of the third Lostbelt of Fate/Grand Order. The Big Bad of Fate/Grand Order is revealed to think this, and doesn't get why anyone would want to be mortal, not able to understand the positives of such an existence and only able to focus on the negatives. Even when he himself is rendered mortal and grows an appreciation for such fleeting existences, there's nothing to suggest he doesn't see immortality as wrong even in his dying moments, just that he was wrong to try and force it upon humanity.
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Advanced Ancient Humans
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Advanced Ancient Humans: Humans long ago established many civilizations thanks to gods ruling over them, particularly that of Atlantis, the progenitor of Greek civilization and the domain of the Twelve Olympians/Pillars/Machine Gods. All these civilizations came to an end when the alien Velber came to harvest civilizations and their data, which entailed deploying the White Titan Sefar to slaughter everything in its path. Humanity has long since forgotten about this time period, with their records only dating back to the dawn of modern civilization in Mesopotamia.
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The Time of Myths
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The Time of Myths: The Age of Gods is this, a time when gods walked the Earth and magic was omnipresent. Going further back is the Age of Genesis, when primordial deities such as Tiamat were born. Reality during the Age of Genesis is so unstable that humanity cannot observe this time period, and memories of it were genetically encoded in every living being and drawn upon to create the concept of hell.
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The Stations of the Canon
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The Stations of the Canon: Yes, they exist In-Universe as the Quantum Time Lock System which keeps the tree of timelines from branching out too much and sucking out enough energy to the point they all collapse from "malnutrition." To keep human history from diverging into all sorts of What Ifs, the World declares certain events to be "canon" of sorts and immutable when it comes to the broad details. For example, the fall of Camelot is recorded as a Time Lock. Should one somehow prevent Mordred from rebelling to ensure the kingdom survives past what happened in recorded history, the World will work to make sure it still falls by another method, such as a rampant plague. The smaller details don't matter, what is truly important is that history follows the preferred path to ensure humanity has as much room to progress as possible. The branch timelines that don't follow this path get pruned out of existence, along with branches that are too similar and therefore redundant. The amount of energy to invalidate one Time Lock is immense, roughly on par with that of a Holy Grail, and to completely rewrite history would require so much energy that nothing on Earth exists that could provide it.
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Cryptic Background Reference
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Cryptic Background Reference: Each work is littered with references to mysterious happenings going on elsewhere or in the past, with the manuals usually just throwing more fuel onto that fire by referring to even more mysterious and vague elements of this universe.
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Sex Magic
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Sex Magic: Bodily fluids can be used as a medium for Mana transfer, with sex being the most efficient method. This is often, but not always, used as an excuse to add sex scenes. The all-ages editions of these media tend to downplay this for obvious reasons. In Tsukihime, the twins Kohaku and Hisui are "Synchronizers" who carry large amounts of Mana that can be transferred to others, which has the side effect of suppressing the "inversion impulse" in those with demon ancestors. For most of the story they use this ability by allowing others to drink their blood, but if Shiki becomes close enough to one of the twins he can have sex with them for this purpose. In the Back Story, this transfer was carried out against their will. In Fate/stay night, Shirou must have sex in order to transfer some of his Magic Circuits to Saber (in the Fate route) or to receive part of Rin's Magic Crest (in the Unlimited Blade Works route). Most other Masters don't need to do the sex, Shirou's just not so adept at giving energy. Bleached Underpants adaptations replaced these with the infamously bizarre "mana dragon" and "mana dolphin" scenes respectively. In the True End of Heaven's Feel Shirou's mind is placed in an artificial body which requires regular mana infusions from Sakura to sustain itself - though, Rin's comments aside, in this case they don't really find it that much of a burden. Fate/kaleid liner PRISMA☆ILLYA uses a Bowdlerised version of this Played for Laughs, with Kuro draining Mana from others through French kisses. When Illya asks if Kuro has any other means of transferring mana, we don't hear Kuro's response but it causes Illya to turn red.
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Born in the Wrong Century
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Born in the Wrong Century: The entire magical society is this, as they insist on researching the past in attempts to recreate its miracles while the rest of the world moves forward with science and technology ever progressing.
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Not of This Earth
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Not of This Earth: Aliens do exist in this setting, and are usually powerful beyond compare because of the immense amount of energy required to traverse between stars. Most notable among them are the Ultimate Ones, Velber and Sefar, and the Foreign God.
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MacGuffin
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Macguffin: The Holy Grail tends to be the most prominent one in Fate timelines, especially in a Holy Grail War. While it is not the same Grail Christ drank from, it is still a magical item possessing an immense amount of magical energy one can use to accomplish an impossible task like granting a wish.
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Evil Sorcerer
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Evil Sorcerer: Your average mage is a massive douchebag who cares for nothing except for their own research. The lives of others is an acceptable sacrifce to them as long as it doesn't disturb the secrecy of Magecraft.
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Alternate Continuity
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Alternate Continuity: While the Fate/EXTRA series purports to be merely an Alternate History (in which The Magic Goes Away about thirty years before the events of Fate/stay night, while Extra itself takes place about thirty years after), there are certain irreconcilable differences in the cosmos of each game, particularly the nature of the moon itself. According to Fate/Grand Order; the Tsukihime worlds are ones where "Gaia Manifests" and the 27 Dead Apostle Ancestors who represent "Anti-Humanity" exist and Fate Worlds that were "tamed by Alaya" and instead Servants can be summoned who represent "Humanity."
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Clap Your Hands If You Believe: Belief and worship are the what gives magic and gods their power in the setting. The more people who believe in a subject, the more powerful it becomes. For example, Servants summoned in their home country where they are celebrated as folk heroes will receive a substantial power boost. Understanding is the antithesis of belief; the more people who understand how a magic system works, the less power it holds. This is why magic is declining as time moves forward, as mankind keeps discovering and deciphering natural laws of the world.
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Magic Versus Science
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Magic Versus Science: The primary reason for The Magic Goes Away stated above: as science elucidates more and more of the natural world and its laws, the less power magic actually has, the implication being that as humanity puts less and less stock into the supernatural, the less it can be used to influence the world. Supplemental materials reveal that when the Age of Gods completely ended, the laws of the world literally changed from one based on magic and Mystery to physics based.
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The Church
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The Church: The Holy Church exists as an organization that also deals with the supernatural despite not possessing any mages. The Holy Church does not get along with the Mage's Association and has warred with them in the past by burning down their centers of learning. They also make it a business to hunt down Dead Apostles by fielding Executors who specially trained to fight both mages and vampires alike, making them deadly foes.
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Ley Line
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Ley Line: Ley lines are places in the world where mana converges in great amounts. This makes them a great spot for magical rituals such as holding a Holy Grail War or summoning a Servant.
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Nature Spirit
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Nature Spirit: There are many creatures and beings which exist as extensions of Gaia itself, including the True Ancestors at the highest ranking and then gods plus Divine Spirits below them. Since they are part of the planet, they can exist freely without being crushed by the World.
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Genius Loci
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Genius Loci: Every celestial body is alive and possesses its own will, which is embodied as its Ultimate One. Earth's will is called Gaia, and it plays an important part of the setting because humans destroy the planet as they continue to develop. While Gaia has its agents to protect itself and attack humans, it does not have an Ultimate One, while the collective will of humanity called Alaya fights back against the planet's attempts to extinguish them. The balance of power between the two forms the Counter Force, which is dedicated to keeping the status quo and everyone alive but not necessarily happy.
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Background Magic Field
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Background Magic Field: A substance called Ether, or ambient mana, permeates the atmosphere in the Age of Man. While Ether is not very high quality, it still provides more mana than modern mages are capable of generating from their body alone. In the Age of Gods, the ambient mana was called True Ether and far more dense than Ether. A modern mage traveling to the Age of Gods would not be able to survive True Ether without a special Mystic Code that allows them to adapt to it.
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The First Magic: The Materialization Of Nothingness. While it's exact nature has yet to be revealed, the fact that the First Magician was born "On the night before B.C became A.D" seems to imply it is the ability to perform miracles.
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2016: Most of the art in Fate/Grand Order and the Type-Moon website is changed to the Super-Deformed artstyle of the Learning with Manga! FGO.
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Magic A Is Magic A
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Magic A Is Magic A: One of the cornerstones of why these works are so beloved. Nasu, and his trusted circle of writers, take great pains to make sure that the supernatural elements are consistent between works at least 99% of the time. This means that, if you're paying attention, it's often a bit possible to guess what might happen next, simply because that's the logical way for things to progress given previous experience from other works. New concepts are introduced from time to time, but it's all still consistent with what appeared previously and it can lead to some amazing reveals that make a ton of sense in hindsight.
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No Ontological Inertia
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No Ontological Inertia: In general, if a magic object does not exist physically and wasn't summoned by the Counter Force, the World will do its best to crush its existence and restore the natural order. Reality Marbles and Servants summoned by Masters require a constant stream of magical energy to keep them anchored lest they fade away.
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Void Between the Worlds: The Imaginary Number Space, first mentioned in Fate/Extra CCC is a dimension that lies outside time and space. The Far Side of The Moon and the Grand Time Temple both lie here. The "between the worlds" part is emphasized in Fate/Grand Order as it is only the way to get in and out of Lostbelts which are otherwise not possible due to the impassable Cloud Wall. It's possible for mages to access this dimension freely provided the are born with the Elemental Affinity called Imaginary Numbers a.k.a. Hollow. However, this Affinity is extremely rare and only three mages bearing it have appeared in the entire franchise to date.
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Cosmic Motifs
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Cosmic Motifs: As per the company title, the moon permeates the setting through Crimson Moon as the progenitor of rampant vampirism and the Moon Cell as both the ultimate wish granter and savior of humanity. Its appearance only at night helps emphasize the hidden world under which most works operate.
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God Is Good
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God Is Good: There's an entity that greatly resembles the Judea-Christian interpretation of God which is powerful and largely benevolent, but those that attempt to fully comprehend or devote themselves to its eldritch grandeur tend to become a little mad.
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Conservation of Ninjutsu
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Conservation of Ninjutsu: This applies to magic and Magecraft. All Magecraft draws power from the Root to fuel it, so the more people use it, the weaker the rituals get. This is one reason why mages jealously guard their research from all outsiders, so they can preserve the strength of their secrets. This weakness can be offset if more users believe in it though, as the Holy Church is not shy about spreading their teachings.
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Primordial Tongue
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Primordial Tongue: The appropriately named Unified Language was used at the dawn of modern civilization in Mesopotamia when all of humanity was united under the rule of Gilgamesh. By the modern day, only Satsuki Kurogiri is capable of speaking it.
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Alternate Universe
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The Second Magic: The Operation of Parallel Worlds, also known as Kaleidoscope. Basically, the ability to access alternate universes and timelines. The Second Magician is Kischua Zelretch Schweinorg, the resident Cool Old Guy vampire mage who had already mastered Kaleidoscope by the third century AD, as he used it to defeat Crimson Moon Brunestud in 300 AD, and is still alive to this day.
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Series Mascot
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Series Mascot: Saber is Type-Moon's most famous character and also stands as its most marketable. Shiki Ryougi, Arceuid Brunestud, and (to a much lesser extent) Aoko Aozaki serve as Type-Moon's other mascots, due to their status as the heroines of their own respective works. Rin Tohsaka from Fate/stay night has also enjoyed this status, especially after the success of the Unlimited Blade Works anime.
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Retraux
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2019: FGO QUEST, a Retraux RPG as a send-up to Dragon Quest.
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Big Bad
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In Fate/Grand Order, Scathach is incredibly bored with existence because she can't find anything strong enough to fight her and wants to be able to feel the thrill of fighting something again without the guarantee of her immortality saving her from death, though whether she's weary of her long life itself is up for debate. In addition, the Big Bad's scheme of incinerating humanity to remold them into immortal beings is repudiated at several points by Mash because her fleeting life is what makes it worthwhile, simply living on forever wouldn't give her the satisfactory experiences she's had.
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Big Bad Duumvirate
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Some characters do appreciate eternal life, chief among them is Qin Shi Huang, the (primary) Big Bad of the third Lostbelt of Fate/Grand Order.
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Time Crash
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2015: An error in the Kaleidoscope has caused a Time Crash, hijinks ensue with Alternate Universe versions of everyone (various girls become J-Pop idols, Arthur Pendragon is a Pok-, er, Capsule Servant champion, Spartacus is an idol producer, Shirou Emiya is a lawyer, Rin Tohsaka is actually technologically competent, etc) and it's all once again recorded on TMitter. It has a fairly serious ending, giving the adult Waver Velvet some closure with Kayneth.
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Screen-to-Stage Adaptation
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Fate/Grand Order THE STAGE: 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.
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Character Blog
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2010: Rather than fully changing the site, Twitter- sorry, TMitter feeds were added to the site, featuring tweets from their most popular characters.
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Time Travel
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The Fifth Magic: Magic Blue. Its exact nature and full scope is unknown, but it utilizes Time Travel and makes the laws of conservation of mass "shoulder the debts of a past without future". Its user is Aoko Aozaki, whose grandfather somehow found the path to the Fifth Magic, but left it open to Aoko through their family's Magic Crest.
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Third-Option Adaptation
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Fate/tiger colosseum, a PSP exclusive 3D brawler, which serves as both a sequel and 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 Magical Girl form), and Neco-Arc, making it the first real Crossover between Fate and Tsukihime.
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Our Vampires Are Different
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Our Vampires Are Different: Vampires were created by Gaia in 2000 BC when Crimson Moon Brunestud arrived on Earth. Strictly speaking there are two kinds of vampires. The first kind are the True Ancestors, or high-tier spirits of nature employed by Gaia to protect it from humans. They are clones of Crimson Moon Brunestud in a body that is allowed by the planet, and serve as potential backup bodies for it in case of physical death. Then there are the Dead Apostles, or humans who have been turned either by a True Ancestor sucking their blood or some kind of magical research. As blood-sucking creatures who feed on their former species, Dead Apostles are natural enemies of humans and deny the Human Order. In Fate timelines where the Human Order is strong, Dead Apostles are fewer in number and the strongest of their kind never band together as an organization. In Tsukihime timelines where the Human Order is weak, Dead Apostles are greater in number and the strongest loosely band together as the Dead Apostle Ancestors. Though there are other creatures that exhibit vampiric traits or examples of vampires from different cultures mentioned in material books like Chinese vampiric flying heads, those are not considered "proper" vampires like the True Ancestors or Dead Apostles and are not targeted by the Church.
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Generational Magic Decline
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In contrast to Generational Magic Decline, the children of an older magus family will generally be better than someone from a newer family. This is present in the knowledge they receive from what their forebears uncovered and, more importantly, the family Magic Crest that they inherit. This is why Waver is looked down upon by others (his family is only a couple generations old) and why Rin calls Shirou's father a failure as a magus for not passing on his crest or teaching Shirou.
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Physical God
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Physical God: There once was a time when gods existed as physical beings walking the Earth. It's possible for a god to die and still exist as a Divine Spirit, or basically a super-powerful ghost but still weaker than the real deal. Following the end of the Age of Gods, all remaining gods were forcibly reduced to Divine Spirits, which caused them to retreat from the surface world and end what little influence they had left on mankind.
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Ancient Astronauts
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Ancient Astronauts: Aliens have visited the Earth frequently in the past and played a major role in the shaping of Earth's mythologies. In particular, Fate/Grand Order reveals the Mesoamerican pantheon to be extraterrestrial bacteria who arrived via the meteor that killed the dinosaurs, while the Twelve Olympians were massive robots from another universe entirely before settling on Earth.
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Nice Day, Deadly Night
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Nice Day, Deadly Night: A recurring theme: In general, most of the actions happened at night, for different reasons: in Kara no Kyoukai because the antagonists are dangerous spirits or magicians seeking to uphold the Masquerade, in Tsukihime because it's vampires, and in Fate/stay night along with its adaptations because of the nature of Holy Grail War, which waged in secret from the populace or public.
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Civilization Destroyer
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Civilization Destroyer: This is the alien Velber's purpose, to harvest all civilizations and data it comes across, and why it sent Sefar to kill all the gods and destroy the civilizations they established.
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The Multiverse
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The Multiverse: 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 Rin, with Shirou's help, creates a replica of Zeltrech's Second Magic-powered 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. 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: First, it must be understood that Fate worlds (the Fate series) and Tsukihime worlds (Tsukihime and its expansions) are diametrically opposed to each other in a sense, mostly because the mechanics that make the summoning of Heroic Spirits, which affirm human history and humanity, possible, can't exist in worlds where Dead Apostles, the antithesis and killers of humanity, proliferate. Another difference is that the organization dubbed the Twenty-Seven Dead Apostle Ancestors by the Holy Church doesn't exist in Fate worlds; some individual members like Primate Murder, Zeltrech, and ORT might still exist (and be weaker in Primate Murder's case), but others can be long dead like Roa and Gransurg Blackmore. However, there are worlds that "aren't really either" type of world that do have elements of both for currently unknown reasons.note It is worth noting that comparatively early on in the history of Type-Moon releases, from F/SN's first release up until about the time of EXTRA, the general understanding was that Fate and Tsukihime actually existed in one sole "Nasuverse", hence the term, and this seems to have even been the original intent; however, especially by the time of Fate/Grand Order, some questions had really started piling up and Nasu clarified the situation detailed here. Mahou Tsukai no Yoru and Tsukihime exist in the same parallel world, although in some ways this is rather academic, because outside of Aoko showing up in Tsukihime's prologue, the casts of both stories don't interact and the plots aren't linked. However there is the contradiction of Alice Kuonji's mansion which resides on the exact same plot of land as the Tohno mansion. Clock Tower 2015 is connected to both and establishes the divergence of Lev Flauros committing suicide instead of going to work with Chaldea as depicted in Grand Order. Kara no Kyoukai was the first proper alternate universe, because it was written before Nasu and 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, indeed, KnK and Tsukihime were originally considered both to be happening in a single world. Afterward, due to slight differences in the ages of certain people and differences in the makeup of certain families, they could be thought of as subtly parallel worlds so it officially is treated as an AU. Fate/stay night (along with hollow ataraxia) and Fate/Zero are thought to be in continuity with each other, but, as implied in the preface of the first volume of Zero and confirmed in the magazine TYPE-MOON Ace Vol. 10, they are slightly parallel worlds, where something like the events of Zero happened in stay night, but perhaps not precisely as described (though the broad details match up easily enough). It is worth noting that this continuity can branch a little bit, depending on player choices in F/SN; the animated adaptations of F/SN showcase each of the major routes, and the Zero animated adaptation is much more obviously in direct continuity with the Unlimited Blade Works and Heaven's Feel adaptations (all being from the same studio). 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, 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 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/strange fake is another branch off of stay night, but a weird example in that not only is it a future possibility occurring shortly after the Fifth Holy Grail War, it also inexplicably has the characteristics of both Fate Worlds and Tsukihime Worlds at the same time. It's also a bit notable on a meta level for having begun life as an April Fool's gag before Nasu decided to greenlight it into being a real thing. Fate/Grand Order is an interesting example in that, while it was conceived as another minor spinoff continuity (the spinoff point being 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 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 "main" continuity at this point. Elements from many of the other continuities are being integrated into it for greater exposure. The El-Melloi II 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 Fate continuity with the slow buildup to 2004 and the events of F/SN taking place. Notes and Tsuki no Sango are possible Bad Futures to all of the above, with the only certainty about them being that Tsuki no Sango cannot be the future of either Tsukihime (the events of which have never taken place) or EXTRA (magecraft still "lingers"). As noted above, DDD and Fire Girl could possibly be within the "main" Tsukihime or Fate continuities, but it isn't too clear and it's generally irrelevant for their purposes and narratives anyway.
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Götterdämmerung: This is the key reason for why the Age of Gods ended. In 12,000 BC, gods existed as physical beings ruling over mankind, establishing many civilizations. Then the alien Velber approached Earth, and deployed the White Titan Sefar to slaughter the gods. Many pantheons were wiped out and civilization scattered as Sefar rampaged across earth. Eventually, Sefar was defeated not by a god, but by a human. The many deaths and the weakening of humanity's faith in the gods began the decline of the Age of Gods and Magic in general. The actual Ragnarök was established to take place in 1000 BC, ending with Surtr burning away the local Texture of the Age of Gods in Scandinavia.
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H-Game
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H-Game: It's easy to forget with the massive popularity explosion that their respective series have had, but the original Tsukihime and Fate/stay night VNs were Eroges. While Type-Moon has moved away from this, the original works and their spin-offs do not shy away from the fact that Sex Magic is a thing in the Nasuverse, whether it's done for Fanservice or not, which can come as a shock to an uninitiated viewer/player. Buyer beware!
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Ultimate Life Form: The Aristoteles, also called the Types or the Ultimate Ones. They are the most powerful beings from each celestial body, and the embodiment of that body's will. They are among the most powerful beings in the franchise setting, and are so alien that many concepts simply don't apply to them, including death. Earth is notable for not having its own Ultimate One; the closest it has is Archetype Earth, or Arcueid at her strongest.
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Beyond the Impossible: In-Universe, this is what the Five Magics are. The comparison made that shows how it differs from Magecraft is that while Magecraft can let a Magus produce fire with Mana, anyone can produce fire by doing something as simple as lighting a matchstick, hence it is something that is still "possible". The Magics, on the other hand, are capable of doing "impossible" things that cannot be reproduced, no matter how much time or resources one puts into it, for example; The ressurection of the dead, time travel and traversing the dimensional border. The Five Magics are as follows: The First Magic: The Materialization Of Nothingness. While it's exact nature has yet to be revealed, the fact that the First Magician was born "On the night before B.C became A.D" seems to imply it is the ability to perform miracles. The Second Magic: The Operation of Parallel Worlds, also known as Kaleidoscope. Basically, the ability to access alternate universes and timelines. The Second Magician is Kischua Zelretch Schweinorg, the resident Cool Old Guy vampire mage who had already mastered Kaleidoscope by the third century AD, as he used it to defeat Crimson Moon Brunestud in 300 AD, and is still alive to this day. The Third Magic: Materialization of The Soul, also known as Heaven's Feel or The Cup of Heaven. It was realized by a Magician sometime before 1AD, after which they disappeared (though are thought to still be alive), and their disciples would go on to create the Einzbern homunculi in hopes that these would one day succeed in recreating it, which they succeeded in almost 1800 years later. The Fourth Magic: Completely unknown, but it is known to exist with certainty by the other Magicians, even though the Fourth Magician's identity alludes them. The Fifth Magic: Magic Blue. Its exact nature and full scope is unknown, but it utilizes Time Travel and makes the laws of conservation of mass "shoulder the debts of a past without future". Its user is Aoko Aozaki, whose grandfather somehow found the path to the Fifth Magic, but left it open to Aoko through their family's Magic Crest.
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Antagonist Title: "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 - and even then he's just manifesting through her), he is a very important Greater-Scope Villain because of how his vampires shape the Nasuverse's works (especially those in the Tsukihime family).
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Mage Killer: The Black Barrel, one of the seven Superweapons of the Atlas Institute is the ultimate example of this. The more magic energy the target possesses, the more damage the gun will do against it. This means it will kill even gods and Ultimate Ones with just one bullet from the gun if it hits them. However, there's a catch. The anti-magic property extends to the gun itself, so only a Muggle can use the gun safely. This becomes a real problem in Angel Notes when the gun is finally excavated for use, since there's literally only one regular human left while everyone else has been modified to run on the ambient mana in the atmosphere.
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Death of the Old Gods: This happened in the aftermath of Sefar's attack. With many gods dead and weakened, plus humanity losing faith in them, gods, Magic, and Mystery began declining throughout the world. Eventually, the gods degraded into weaker, bodiless Divine Spirits. Despite their best attempts, humanity resisted their attempts to keep control and separated themselves to move forward. Eventually, the Age of Gods completely ended and all remaining Divine Spirits retreated to a higher plane where they can no longer directly influence humanity.
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The Magic Goes Away: A major point across all works as it is explicitly stated that the Age of Gods has ended to make way for the Age of Man as humanity and science expands across the globe with science slowly removing magic implicitly associated in concepts like the human body as medical science has definitively proven that there is nothing inherently magical about the body, resulting in much frustration for magi as they have to result to increasingly scarcer resources to accomplish their goal of reaching the Root and fervently hiding their methods to ensure that it doesn't lose whatever mystery it holds. There are actually technically three Ages of Gods, all of which eventually declined and contributed to humanity's rising power; the first ended in 14000 BC when an alien entity known as Sefar landed upon the planet and proceeded to curb stomp the gods which began their overall fading into irrelevance, the second ended in 2600 BC when Gilgamesh rebelled against the Mesopotamian pantheon to free humanity from their control, banishing them to a more passive existence along with King Solomon's death accelerating the decline of mystery, and an unknown event in 700 BC ending the gods for good. However the Age of Man really starts with 0 CE as that marks when humanity asserted dominion over Earth, and Mystery and magic are replaced with science and technology. It literally all goes away in the Fate/Extra sub-series as a ritual in the 1970s causes all mana in the world to disappear.
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Although this series was created by TYPE-MOON co-founders Kinoko Nasu and Takashi Takeuchi, it is possibly not part of the Nasuverse proper due to its status as a Spin-Off to an unrelated Visual Novel titled 428: Shibuya Scramble.
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Breakout Character
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Lord El-Melloi II/Waver Velvet due to his Breakout Character status of Fate/Zero is seen in Fate/Apocrypha as part of the group trying to manage the Great Holy Grail War, in Fate/strange fake in relation to his student Flatt Escardos, in Fate/Grand Order as a Pseudo-Servant, in Fate/Labyrinth to rescue Norma, and of course as the protagonist of his own novel series.
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Summer 2011 Anime
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An official TYPE-MOON crossover manga adapted into anime in Summer 2011. It's a crossover between Fate/stay night and Tsukihime, focusing more on random and hyper crossover madness rather than a serious crossover between the series.
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Bad Future
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Notes and Tsuki no Sango are possible Bad Futures to all of the above, with the only certainty about them being that Tsuki no Sango cannot be the future of either Tsukihime (the events of which have never taken place) or EXTRA (magecraft still "lingers").
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Divine Ranks: There are broad categories, albeit very flexible. At the very top are the Ultimate Ones, the embodiment of the celestial bodies themselves. Below them are the agents of the planet born from it, the True Ancestors. Further down are gods and Divine Spirits, with heads of pantheons called demiurges being much stronger than the average god.
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First, it must be understood that Fate worlds (the Fate series) and Tsukihime worlds (Tsukihime and its expansions) are diametrically opposed to each other in a sense, mostly because the mechanics that make the summoning of Heroic Spirits, which affirm human history and humanity, possible, can't exist in worlds where Dead Apostles, the antithesis and killers of humanity, proliferate. Another difference is that the organization dubbed the Twenty-Seven Dead Apostle Ancestors by the Holy Church doesn't exist in Fate worlds; some individual members like Primate Murder, Zeltrech, and ORT might still exist (and be weaker in Primate Murder's case), but others can be long dead like Roa and Gransurg Blackmore. However, there are worlds that "aren't really either" type of world that do have elements of both for currently unknown reasons.note It is worth noting that comparatively early on in the history of Type-Moon releases, from F/SN's first release up until about the time of EXTRA, the general understanding was that Fate and Tsukihime actually existed in one sole "Nasuverse", hence the term, and this seems to have even been the original intent; however, especially by the time of Fate/Grand Order, some questions had really started piling up and Nasu clarified the situation detailed here.
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Our Gods Are Different
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Our Gods Are Different: Gods are an extremely broad category, not to be confused with Divine Spirits. All that's needed to become a god is to be worshipped as one, regardless of their existence beforehand. For example, the Twelve Olympians were mere machines before humanity's worship changed them into gods, giving them their own sense of selves. The only common factor between gods is they are absolutely massive.
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One World Order: Humanity was united for the first and last time in Mesopotamia under the rule of Gilgamesh in 2600 BC. All of the world's treasures belonged to him, and were spread after his death.
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As Long as It Sounds Foreign
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As Long as It Sounds Foreign: The franchise is notorious for this. Any non-Japanese and non-Heroic Spirit character would end up with strange names ranging from simply two English words put together to something ridiculous.
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Layered World
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Layered World: The planet itself is nothing but a blank rock, and what we see is Gaia turning it into something more. In general, the World currently consists of several layers that are called Textures with humanity and its scientific laws as the sheet on top. All of these are pinned together by pillars like Artoria's holy lance, Rhongonmyniad. There exists the Reverse Side of The World, a realm that exists above and below the physical world and the home of Phantasmal Beasts after the decline of Age of Gods. It is devoid of humans although one can reach it after death with very small odds. It is also where the realm of Avalon is located. Several lines indicate there are other layers of existence beneath even the Reverse Side. Reality Marbles work on the conceit of temporarily being to project one's mental landscape on top of the normal layer of reality.
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Excalibur
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Excalibur: As expected, it's one of the most powerful swords in the entire franchise when fully unsealed, though it's still powerful enough to blow up an entire fortress in its current sealed state. The sword was actually forged long ago by the planet itself as a crystalization of mankind's wishes, and one of its ultimate defenses against extraterrestrial threats. It's only been used at full power once in the entire series, in 12000 BC when an unnamed human wielded it to do what all the gods on Earth could not; defeat the alien invader Sefar.
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Who Wants to Live Forever?
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Who Wants to Live Forever?: A recurring theme as Nasu really wants to hammer home the point that immortality isn't something to be taken for granted. In Tsukihime, both Roa and Nrnvqsr have had their minds degraded over time because of the methods used to sustain their immortality. In Fate/Extra Last Encore, there are only small remnants of humanity left as civilization reaches its impending end and several characters are shown to have resorted to horrific methods to cling on to life. In Fate/stay Night, Archer is stuck in a miserable loop of being retrieved from the Throne of Heroes for both the fifth Holy Grail War and his Counter Guardian duties, wishing to end it all by killing his past self and creating a paradox to cancel out his existence. That said, it's not the immortality itself that he hates, but the fact that he spends it killing people instead of saving them like he originally wanted. Zouken Matou from the same work has descended into villainy because of his futile attempts to hold onto life for the sake of an ideal he had already long forgotten by the time of Fate/Zero, now only caring about becoming immortal for the sake of it rather than merely a means to achieve that goal. In Fate/Grand Order, Scathach is incredibly bored with existence because she can't find anything strong enough to fight her and wants to be able to feel the thrill of fighting something again without the guarantee of her immortality saving her from death, though whether she's weary of her long life itself is up for debate. In addition, the Big Bad's scheme of incinerating humanity to remold them into immortal beings is repudiated at several points by Mash because her fleeting life is what makes it worthwhile, simply living on forever wouldn't give her the satisfactory experiences she's had.
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April Fools' Day
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April Fools' Day: A time-honored tradition which the company has been following for several years now, usually involving their main website changing to feature the joke. 2005: Neco-ARC: the Movie, a film starring everybody's favorite Joke Character from Melty Blood. 2006: Hazakura Romantic, a seemingly original BL novel concept (co-opted with nitro+). 2007: Strange Energy Corona Rivive, a Magical Girl series with the Kaleidosticks and Kohaku as supporting characters. 2008: Type-Moon as a girl's wrestling federation! 2009: moon.cinemas.jp, a site imitating a typical movie theater chain front page, where all the movies were parodies of well known films (up to including a parody of Densha Otoko starring Waver Velvet and Fate/Zero Rider that was revived as an April Fools joke for ufotable in 2012). One of the "movies" announced, one based on the (then book only) epilogue for the movie series of Kara no Kyoukai, was eventually done and released for real. 2010: Rather than fully changing the site, Twitter- sorry, TMitter feeds were added to the site, featuring tweets from their most popular characters. 2011: Instead of a typical joke, they released a serious short story about the very concept of April Fools written by Meteo Hoshizawa, titled "The Room of the April Witch". Their mobile site did have several parodic images and accompanying text with each reload. 2012: Koha-ACE, a poster for a movie parodying Mobile Suit Gundam AGE. 2013: An episodic series, Back Alley Satsuki - Chapter Heroine Sanctuary, a parody of Saint Seiya: Sanctuary Chapter, with new episodes being released as the day progressed. Satsuki Yumizuka, with the help from other Tsukihime heroines and the totally completely Mysterious Heroine X, race to defeat Type-Moon's Twelve Gold Heroines to rescue Shiki Tohno. 2014: The return of the TMitter! Also, TM-channel, a series of Nico Nico Douga-like "streams" for several characters, some of them done in a vlog style. 2015: An error in the Kaleidoscope has caused a Time Crash, hijinks ensue with Alternate Universe versions of everyone (various girls become J-Pop idols, Arthur Pendragon is a Pok-, er, Capsule Servant champion, Spartacus is an idol producer, Shirou Emiya is a lawyer, Rin Tohsaka is actually technologically competent, etc) and it's all once again recorded on TMitter. It has a fairly serious ending, giving the adult Waver Velvet some closure with Kayneth. 2016: Most of the art in Fate/Grand Order and the Type-Moon website is changed to the Super-Deformed artstyle of the Learning with Manga! FGO. 2017: A joke app parodying Pokemon GO, Fate/Grand Order Gutentag Omen, only available for that day, was released, allowing players to "catch" Servants using Quartz. Its conclusion is more serious than other years as the dead Dr. Roman (who unlike everyone else cannot be caught) waves good-bye to the players. 2018: A rerun of Fate/Grand Order Gutentag Omen with gameplay changed to be more like Space Harrier. There was also the Kinoko Nasu Art Gallery, featuring several artists' take on Nasu's mushroom Author Avatar. 2019: FGO QUEST, a Retraux RPG as a send-up to Dragon Quest.
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Atlantis
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Atlantis: Atlantis was the location of an technology advanced society established by the Twelve Olympians, though their true capital Olympus was actually located underneath the ocean. Atlantis and Olympus were destroyed during Sefar's rampage, and their ruins were buried underwater where they became the subject of myth as they were impossible to find. The remnants of Atlantean civilization eventually drifted to Greece and established a new civilization there.
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Stronger with Age
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Stronger with Age: In contrast to Generational Magic Decline, the children of an older magus family will generally be better than someone from a newer family. This is present in the knowledge they receive from what their forebears uncovered and, more importantly, the family Magic Crest that they inherit. This is why Waver is looked down upon by others (his family is only a couple generations old) and why Rin calls Shirou's father a failure as a magus for not passing on his crest or teaching Shirou. Heroic spirits from older time periods and older legends are always stronger than newer ones. This is why Gilgamesh is so overwhelming; being the oldest hero, both his power and abilities are above those that come after him. Frankenstein, by contrast, is newer and thus weaker.
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Cain and Abel / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Came Back Strong / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Canon Fodder / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cargo Ship / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cast Herd / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cessation of Existence / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Character Exaggeration / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Character Overlap / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Charles Atlas Superpower / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Chronic Hero Syndrome / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Church Militant / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Clap Your Hands If You Believe / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Clarke's Third Law / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cloudcuckoolanguage / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cognizant Limbs / int_ce1570bd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Comic-Book Fantasy Casting / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Continuity Snarl / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cool Old Guy / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cosmic Egg / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Creator's Favorite / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cruel and Unusual Death / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dark Messiah / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Daywalking Vampire / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Deader Than Dead / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Death of the Old Gods / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Depleted Phlebotinum Shells / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Deus Sex Machina / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Deuteragonist / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Die or Fly / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Disc-One Final Boss / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Divine Ranks / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Divine Right of Kings / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Doing In the Wizard / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Domain Holder / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dragon Ancestry / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dull Eyes of Unhappiness / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Eldritch Abomination / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Eldritch Location / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Elemental Powers / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Entropy and Chaos Magic / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
External Retcon / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Extradimensional Power Source / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
False Reassurance / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Familiar / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Fan Community Nicknames / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Fanon / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Fantasy Kitchen Sink / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Fertile Feet / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Fetish Retardant / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Final Battle / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Flip-Flop of God / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
For Science! / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Friendly Neighborhood Vampire / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Future Badass / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Game-Over Man / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Gate of Truth / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Generation Xerox / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Generational Magic Decline / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Glowing Eyes of Doom / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Gods Need Prayer Badly / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Good Scars, Evil Scars / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Gothic Punk / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
/ int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Guardian Entity / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hard Work Hardly Works / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Heart Is an Awesome Power / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Heroic Second Wind / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
High Hopes, Zero Talent / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Historical Gender Flip / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Holy Hand Grenade / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Homoerotic Subtext / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hotter and Sexier / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Humanoid Abomination / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hybrid Power / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
IKEA Erotica / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Identical Stranger / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Immortal Breaker / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Immortality Seeker / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Immune to Bullets / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
In Your Nature to Destroy Yourselves / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Inexplicably Identical Individuals / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Inn Between the Worlds / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Instant Runes / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Intercontinuity Crossover / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Intimate Healing / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Intra-Franchise Crossover / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
It Only Works Once / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Jerkass Gods / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Just a Kid / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Just Here for Godzilla / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Kill One, Others Get Stronger / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Kill the God / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Kill the Ones You Love / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Killing Intent / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Kung-Fu Wizard / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Language of Magic / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Leotard of Power / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Life Energy / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Linear Warriors, Quadratic Wizards / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Locked into Strangeness / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Love Dodecahedron / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Lovecraft Lite / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Made of Evil / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mage Born of Muggles / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mage Killer / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Magi Babble / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Magic A Is Magic A / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Magic Wand / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Magical Eye / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Magical Society / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Manchild / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mana / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Martial Arts and Crafts / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Masquerade / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Masquerade Paradox / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Medal of Dishonor / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Memetic Troll / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mental World / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Merlin Sickness / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mills and Boon Prose / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Monster Progenitor / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Muggle with a Degree in Magic / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Muggles Do It Better / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mushroom Man / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mutually Exclusive Magic / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
My Real Daddy / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mystical White Hair / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Narnia Time / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Nature Spirit / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Naughty Nuns / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Necessarily Evil / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
New Game+ / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Nice Day, Deadly Night / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
No True Scotsman / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
O.C. Stand-in / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Obvious Crossover Method / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Occidental Otaku / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
One True Threesome / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Only the Chosen May Wield / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Opposite-Sex Clone / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Order Is Not Good / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Ordinary High-School Student / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Original Man / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Our Mages Are Different / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Our Spirits Are Different / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Patchwork Fic / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Person of Mass Destruction / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Phlebotinum Analogy / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Place Beyond Time / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Point of Divergence / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Porn with Plot / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Position of Literal Power / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Post-Modern Magik / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Power Creep, Power Seep / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Power Degeneration / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Power Perversion Potential / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Prescience by Analysis / int_ce1570bd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Psychic Powers / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Public Domain Artifact / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Raised as a Host / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Rape as Backstory / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Real Trailer, Fake Movie / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Reality Warping Is Not a Toy / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Red Eyes, Take Warning / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Red Herring / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Reused Character Design / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Savage Wolves / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Schrödinger's Cast / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Science Destroys Magic / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Screw the Rules, I Make Them! / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Secret History / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Semi-Divine / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Senseless Sacrifice / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sentient Cosmic Force / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sequel First / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Servile Snarker / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sex Magic / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Shadow Pin / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sibling Yin-Yang / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Signature Style / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Slapstick Knows No Gender / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Soul Jar / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Spirit World / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Stock Light-Novel Hero / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Story-Breaker Power / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Stronger with Age / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sufficiently Analyzed Magic / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Suicide Is Shameful / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Super Speed / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Superpower Lottery / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Super-Powered Evil Side / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Anti-Nihilist / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Archmage / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Chosen One / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Dragonslayer / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Glasses Come Off / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Lost Woods / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Magic Goes Away / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Man Makes the Weapon / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Multiverse / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Nothing After Death / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Strength of Ten Men / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
These Are Things Man Was Not Meant to Know / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
They Would Cut You Up / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Three-Way Sex / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Throwing Your Sword Always Works / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Tower of Babel / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Transgender / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Trial-and-Error Gameplay / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Ultimate Evil / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Ultimate Life Form / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Ultimate Showdown of Ultimate Destiny / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Unconventional Learning Experience / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Universal Driver's License / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Universe Compendium / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Unreliable Expositor / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Unskilled, but Strong / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Urban Fantasy / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Vampire Monarch / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Vampiric Draining / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Viewers Are Geniuses / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Visual Novel / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Walk on Water / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Warrior Therapist / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Weapon of Mass Destruction / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Weirdness Magnet / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Whatevermancy / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
When Dimensions Collide / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Who Wants to Live Forever? / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Who You Gonna Call? / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Winds of Destiny, Change / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Witch Species / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Wizarding School / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Wolverine Claws / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Word of God / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Word Salad Title / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
World of Badass / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Wrong Context Magic / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Your Tradition Is Not Mine / int_cfd860dd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Zettai Ryouiki / int_cfd860dd
 Manga: Doujin Work
seeAlso
Nasuverse (Franchise)
 Manga: Shiki
seeAlso
Nasuverse (Franchise)
 Roleplay: Fate Moon White
seeAlso
Nasuverse (Franchise)
 Videogame: Nasu Verse
seeAlso
Nasuverse (Franchise)
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
Blood Oath / int_ce1570bd
 Nasuverse (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Lifestream / int_cfd860dd