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  • Nasuverse
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  • The Nasuverse is a fan nickname referring to the shared setting of a number of TYPE-MOON works. * Fate series * Tsukihime * Kara no Kyoukai * Mahou Tsukai no Yoru * Tsuki no Sango * Notes
  • The universe of the writings of TYPE-MOON's scenario director, Kinoko Nasu. It's made up of several "sub-universes" ("franchises" that share characters) that take place in the same world with the same rules, but interestingly enough, seldom obviously cross over. Also of note is that while the franchises are not alternate continuities to each other, the franchises themselves are made up of several, since the primary works are visual novels with multiple and very mutually exclusive paths which are all canon by virtue of being alternate continuities to one another.
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  • The Nasuverse is a fan nickname referring to the shared setting of a number of TYPE-MOON works. * Fate series * Tsukihime * Kara no Kyoukai * Mahou Tsukai no Yoru * Tsuki no Sango * Notes
  • The universe of the writings of TYPE-MOON's scenario director, Kinoko Nasu. It's made up of several "sub-universes" ("franchises" that share characters) that take place in the same world with the same rules, but interestingly enough, seldom obviously cross over. Also of note is that while the franchises are not alternate continuities to each other, the franchises themselves are made up of several, since the primary works are visual novels with multiple and very mutually exclusive paths which are all canon by virtue of being alternate continuities to one another. Several of the main works are H-games (aka eroge, marked as such), while many of the related works are not.
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