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  • Tsukihime
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  • It has only been officially released in Japan, but an English translation patch for Tsukihime was made by mirror moon, a TYPE-MOON fan translation group, on November 5, 2006. The patch translates the entirety of the original Japanese text to English.
  • Tsukihime was the leader of the bloodspeaker cell of the Sons of Blood, which dwelled in the tiny village of Shutai, in the Scorpion lands. She called herself the "Daughter of Blood". The cultists of the cell were among Iuchiban's most powerful and zealous supporters. After the death of the Heartless Tsukihime was killed by Shahai, and her followers were obliged to swear fealty to Daigotsu.
  • Shiki Tohno was involved in a major accident in his childhood. Miraculously, he survived, albeit with a weakened body and no memory of the incident or much of the rest of his past. However, when he awoke in the hospital, crooked lines covered everything, from his own body to his bed to the other doctors. He quickly discovered that anything could be destroyed with ease, simply by cutting along those lines. It seemed like the world was in danger of crumbling around him... He would have gone insane had he not come across a mysterious self-styled sorceress, who gave him glasses that hid the "lines of death" and allowed him to live a normal life. Following the incident, Shiki was sent away from the main household to live with a branch family, while his sister was raised as the new heir.
  • Tsukihime (月姫 lit. Moon Princess) is a Japanese eroge doujin visual novel game created by TYPE-MOON, which was originally released in December 2000. It was adapted in 2003 into an anime series (so bad that fandom doesn't accept its existence), Shingetsutan Tsukihime, produced by J.C. Staff and Geneon, and a manga series, which has been serialized since 2004 in MediaWorks' seinen magazine Dengeki Daioh, with five bound volumes having been released so far. As well as its anime and manga adaptations, it has also spawned numerous merchandising and memorabilia franchises. Its sequel is Melty Blood.
  • Tsukihime(月姫lit. Lunar Princess) is a Japanese eroge dōjin visual novel game created by Type-Moon, who first released it at the Winter Comiket in December 2000. It was adapted in 2003 into an anime series, Shingetsutan Tsukihime, produced by J.C.Staff and Geneon, and a manga series, which has been serialized since 2004 in MediaWorks' seinen magazine Dengeki Daioh, with seven bound volumes having been released so far. An unofficial translation patch for Tsukihime was released on November 5, 2006.
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Platforms
  • PC - NScripter / KiriKiri engine
  • PC – NScripter engine
Last
  • 2003-12-25
  • September 2010
ja kanji
  • 月姫
Name
  • Tsukihime
Genre
Type
  • manga
Ratings
  • Ages 12 and over
  • Ages 18 and over
Volumes
  • 9
Caption
  • Cover of Tsukihime
First
  • 2003-10-09
  • October 2003
Author
  • Sasaki Shōnen
Demographic
network en
  • Animax Asia
Title
  • Shingetsutan Tsukihime
  • Tsukihime Plus-Disc
Titles
  • Leader of Sons of Blood
publisher other
  • Haksan Publishing
  • Ki-oon
  • Negibose
Studio
publisher en
  • DrMaster
Episodes
  • 12
Released
  • December 2000
  • January 2001
Developer
Magazine
Licensor
  • Madman Entertainment
  • Sentai Filmworks
  • MVM Films
Publisher
Death
  • 1166
Writer
Director
Network
network other
  • Animax
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  • It has only been officially released in Japan, but an English translation patch for Tsukihime was made by mirror moon, a TYPE-MOON fan translation group, on November 5, 2006. The patch translates the entirety of the original Japanese text to English.
  • Shiki Tohno was involved in a major accident in his childhood. Miraculously, he survived, albeit with a weakened body and no memory of the incident or much of the rest of his past. However, when he awoke in the hospital, crooked lines covered everything, from his own body to his bed to the other doctors. He quickly discovered that anything could be destroyed with ease, simply by cutting along those lines. It seemed like the world was in danger of crumbling around him... He would have gone insane had he not come across a mysterious self-styled sorceress, who gave him glasses that hid the "lines of death" and allowed him to live a normal life. Following the incident, Shiki was sent away from the main household to live with a branch family, while his sister was raised as the new heir. Now a high school student, Shiki suddenly receives word from the Tohno estate. The family head, his father, has died, and he is to return at once to the main household. Meanwhile, strange murders have begun to occur in the city, the victims drained of their blood... Originally a Visual Novel, with a fan-translation patch available from Mirror Moon. There is also a manga adaptation (released in English as "Lunar Legend Tsukihime"), an anime adaptation (Shingetsutan Tsukihime), a pseudo-sequel game of short stories (Kagetsu Tohya), and a series of fighting games (Melty Blood) that takes some liberties with the paths from the original game. A remake was announced in April 2008, reportedly finally containing the Satsuki Yumizuka/Sacchin route, one of the running jokes of the franchise. Said remake has no current release date. The ending to the manga (and the DVD Commentary to the second episode of Carnival Phantasm) also add official secondary confirmation that the remake is in the works. Takes place in the Nasuverse.
  • Tsukihime(月姫lit. Lunar Princess) is a Japanese eroge dōjin visual novel game created by Type-Moon, who first released it at the Winter Comiket in December 2000. It was adapted in 2003 into an anime series, Shingetsutan Tsukihime, produced by J.C.Staff and Geneon, and a manga series, which has been serialized since 2004 in MediaWorks' seinen magazine Dengeki Daioh, with seven bound volumes having been released so far. Tsukihime's official subtitle states: "Blue Blue Glass Moon, Under The Crimson Air". Its fame and renown is often attributed to its comprehensive and expansive storyline and its writer Kinoko Nasu's unique style of storytelling. As well as its anime and manga adaptations, it has also spawned numerous merchandising and memorabilia franchises. A remake to the series is also currently being planned. An unofficial translation patch for Tsukihime was released on November 5, 2006.
  • Tsukihime was the leader of the bloodspeaker cell of the Sons of Blood, which dwelled in the tiny village of Shutai, in the Scorpion lands. She called herself the "Daughter of Blood". The cultists of the cell were among Iuchiban's most powerful and zealous supporters. After the death of the Heartless Tsukihime was killed by Shahai, and her followers were obliged to swear fealty to Daigotsu.
  • Tsukihime (月姫 lit. Moon Princess) is a Japanese eroge doujin visual novel game created by TYPE-MOON, which was originally released in December 2000. It was adapted in 2003 into an anime series (so bad that fandom doesn't accept its existence), Shingetsutan Tsukihime, produced by J.C. Staff and Geneon, and a manga series, which has been serialized since 2004 in MediaWorks' seinen magazine Dengeki Daioh, with five bound volumes having been released so far. Tsukihime's official subtitle states: "Blue Blue Glass Moon, Under The Crimson Air". Its fame and renown is often attributed to its comprehensive and expansive storyline and its writer Kinoko Nasu's unique style of storytelling. As well as its anime and manga adaptations, it has also spawned numerous merchandising and memorabilia franchises. Its sequel is Melty Blood. There's announcement of the remake, with additional Satsuki's route.
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