Alot of people new to Type-Moon probably notice the mass amount of documents and material in which most of our information about the nasuverse comes from. So here, I will list what I know about the material/series/franchises that Type-Moon has released, and if there are any errors or additions people can post them here and I'll update it. I would like to thank all of those who contributed to this list, including Mewarmo990 and Cruor. I would also like to add that some of this information was obtained from the Type-Moon Wiki.
"Nasuverse" is a term used to describe the entirety of the Type-Moon universe that Kinoku Nasu; the writer, and Takeshi Takeuchi; character designer, have created. For the most part, unless spoken otherwise, all of these stories exist within this universe and although instances where characters between them meet is scarce, they are allegedly still connected. I chose to organize these series by association within the nasuverse rather than their official creation by Type-Moon, although it certainly won't include every dojin title ever made.
1) List of Main-Nasuverse related stories;
- These, in addition to the yellow names are considered part of the nasuverse in their own respects.
Kara no Kyoukai
- Series of light novels that roughly began the concepts behind the nasuverse used in both Fate and Tsukihime, and later a adapted into a 7-Episode OVA animated by Ufotable, with an epilogue and additional film titled "Mirari Fukuin". Revolves around Ryougi Shiki in the investigation of the paranormal, and known to take place during the 90's, in a city other than the ones present in Fate and Tsukihime. The novels have been translated to English by Baka-Tsuki up to volume 5,then canceled after a license was obtained by the publishing Company Del-Ray for official English release. Del-Rey has never officially translated the novels and so far there is no talk of it being localized.
- Visual novel telling the story of Tohno Shiki, and the first visual novel by Type-Moon before becoming the company they are today. Mainly a story about vampires and ability users, and bears a multitude of endings for each of the 5 heroines. Occurs in the late 90's, in Misaki town. Currently translated to English by Mirror-Moon. Has an excellent 10-volume Manga series called Shingetsutan Tsukihime but a crappy anime. Tsukihime 2 and a Tsukihime Remake have been rumored, with updated character CGs being spoiled at the end of 2012, but there is no telling when they would be released.
- A fandisk sequel to the Tsukihime Visual Novel, containing "Twilight Glass Moon, Fairy Tale Princess;" the main storyline, and "Ten Nights of Dream;" a series of side stories that either explain aspects of Tsukihime's characters or introduce you to countless shenanigans involving them. Is a non-linear game with a web of different endings, and for the most part you play the same day on repeat to discover and unlock new choices each time. Translated to English by Various residents of Beasts-Lair (Welcome!).
- 2-D Fighting game for PC, Arcade, and PS2 in Japan featuring characters from Tsukihime with some additional exclusive ones. Inspired the Melty Blood manga that consists of 6 volumes, and takes place sometime after Tsukihime. There are various Melty Blood games in the series, which is essentially the same game with new characters and music added in. In order, the Melty Blood games are as follows:
-Melty Blood: Re-Act
-Melty Blood: Act Cadenza (PS2, PC, and Arcade)
-Melty Blood: Actress Again (PS2 and Arcade)
-Melty Blood: Actress Again Current Code (Arcade/PC)
- Visual novel telling the story of Emiya Shirou and his involvement with the Holy Grail war. A story mainly about Magi, heroic spirits, and real world mythology and elaborates upon concepts within Tsukihime. Has three main story arcs, each very different in nature known as: Fate, Unlimited Blade Works, and Heaven's Feel. Has an anime series which was based off of the Fate route (Not alot of people like it), and a full-length movie based on the Unlimited Blade Works route. Most all of the Fate oriented stories occur within Fuyuki City, and the time placement is in the early 2000's. There are various spin off's of the Fate franchise, and currently ufotable is animating either a remake based on the Unlimited Blade Works route, and a film or film series of Heaven's Feel.
Fate/Stay Night [Realta Nua]
- Updated Ps2 version of Fate/Stay Night visual novel with a few new scenes, is fully voice acted, and has some new CGs and Music. Does not have the Hentai scenes. Many versions of the Visual Novel people have played are patched to this version, but most people keep in the H scenes...I wonder why...
- The prequel to Fate/Stay Night, taking place 10 years earlier. Consists of 4 light novels written by Gen Urobuchi with the story set by Kinoko Nasu. Considered by most to be a darker plot with a more tragic ending, something Urobuchi is known for in his writing style. Revolves around Kiritsugu Emiya and his involvement in the 4th Holy Grail War. Has been translated to English by BakaTsuki. Recieved an anime-adaptation by UFOtable in 2011!
- Visual Novel that is considered the sequel to Fate/Stay Night, taking place 6 months later. The game basically has two separate halves which at some point connect together, one being a more 'slice of life' fandisk that explains some back-stories behind a few of the characters (which assumes they are all alive after Fate/Stay Night). The other half of the story, considered somewhat canon, revolves around Bazett Fraga McRemitz; a member of the Mage's Association and her involvement with the anomalys of the 5th Holy Grail War, along with a new servant class Avenger. Durring the story the two repeat the same 3 days/nights of a proxy war over and over and eventually figure out a way to break the cycle. This part of the story is also considered rather dark by some, and Ataraxia as a whole is still in the process of being translated to English by various users of Beasts Lair.
- An official PS2 Fighting game containing characters from Fate/Stay Night, with a few cameos from Fate/Hollow Ataraxia. Each character contains customized routes to make their own stories, most being canon in their case. Was released on the Play-Station Network for the United States for PSP and is still buyable now.
- An official PSP dungeon crawler RPG with Visual Novel aspects that occurs long after Fate/Stay Night, technically in a "parallel universe". Presents some interesting concepts and new servant characters into the nasuverse experience, and for the most part is considered canon, even if many fans would disagree. The player can choose between three servants to support their Master character, a Red Saber (not the same hero but same design), a Fox-Like Caster, and the original Archer. Takes place in a digital-world. Has a sequel in the form of Fate/Extra CCC.
- A short, fanmade and non-canon light novel written by the writer of "Baccano!" inserted and found within Type-Moon Magazine volume 2 (was first released as an April Fools Joke with no Illustrations for free online). Tells the story of a Holy Grail war originating in California, at the hands of what seems to be the US Government. Gilgamesh is a main character of this story, and isn't the maniacal character he was within Fate/Stay Night. Although non-canon, contains some interesting speculation on some servant identities and how they might be if they were canon.
Mahoutsukai no Yoru
- Subtitled as "Witch on the Holy Night." a Novel originally released by Nasu in 1996, although now released as a Visual Novel in April 2012. Story focus is the sorcerer Aoko Aozaki and her experiences while attending school in her youth, taking place before stories like Tsukihime and Kara no Kyoukai.
- Originaly a gag-dojin called Take-Moon by Eri Takenashi who wrote Kannagi, serialized in Type-Moon Ace magazine. Now a 16-Episode ova animated in late 2011. The story isn't about anything really, other than showing off inside jokes about Type-Moon and from parts of the other series, since it's about characters from all of Type-Moon's stories meeting each other. Not really canon at all but still references to things that are.
Fate/Kaleid Liner Prisma Illya
- Another gag-dojin by a different author serialized in Comp-Ace. A 'what-if' tale about Illya becoming a magical girl, and having to capture servants within cards. Animated in 2013, set for two seasons. Also not canon.
2) List of Official Nasu-written sidestories of the Nasuverse;
- Published or unpublished. (Many of these are found within Artbooks listed afterwards)
- A series of short stories published in Type-Moon's character material that mentions the vice president of the Magic Association en-route to kill a Dead Apostle known as Louvre. Shiki Tohno makes an appearance amongst the conflict. Hints at a possible Tsukihime sequel, yet is undetermined how it will be used in future stories. Translated to English by EvoSpace.
- A Tsukihime-related short story, contained within the Tsukihime Plus Period artbook, that takes place sometime after the end of the original Tsukihime visual novel. Revolves mainly around Ciel and a Dead Apostle "ally" named Merem Solomon, and their involvement with another dead apostle known as the forest of Einnashe. Also hints at a possible Tsukihime sequel, but shares the same status as Prelude. Translated to English by EvoSpace.
"Angel Notes" or "Notes"
- Short story published by Nasu in 1995 in Angel Voices, a doujin magazine. Takes place in a post-apocalyptic Earth, where the remains of human life are trying to survive an onslaught by the 8 almighty Aristoteles from the other planets. Old, but marginally related to the rest of the Nasuverse thanks to Character Material; where many of it's designs are described. By many is still considered to exist within the same universe as the other stories. Translated to English by fans.
3) List of Official Type-Moon Artbooks;
- Note that there are many Type-Moon artbooks out there, whether they contain fan art or official art. These are considered the main books which contain significant material.
- An early artbook by Type-Moon that contains many concepts and character designs that at the time were not used. Some have been used in works we know of now, but many still remain as unimplemented into a major work other than a short-story or rough draft. Can be found in doujin stores in Japan, but not usually in mainstream bookstores. Also contains "Prelude" A series of short-stories pertaining to Tsukihime.
Tsukihime Plus Period
- A popular artbook containing a great quantity of drawings and CG's from Melty Blood and Tsukihime. Also contains a small encyclopedia that explains a great deal of concepts that have either appeared or not within the nasuverse. Contains the Tsukihime prologue, as well as the short story "Talk" and some interviews.
- An thin artbook that came came with the limited edition of Fate/Stay Night. Has some illustrations, sketches, and an encyclopedia of terms/concepts/characters.
- A series of Artbooks recently released to show different aspects of the Fate/Stay Night visual novel and universe. Is divided into 3 volumes, with two extra volumes that go with the set.
Fate/Complete Material 1: Art Material (Contains CG's from the game with some character Info)
Fate/Complete Material 2: Character Material (Contains Sketches and Bios of the characters +more)
Fate/Complete Material 3: World Material (Contains World CGs alongside more Sketches)
Fate/Complete Material: Extra Material (Contains artwork from Unlimited Codes, Tiger Colloseum, and Fate/Zero and more)
Fate/Complete Material 5: Hollow Material (Contains CG's and information about Fate/Hollow Ataraxia)
- Official Artbook containing official art, CGs, Bookcovers, and character information pertaining to Fate/Zero.
- Ongoing Magazine by Type-Moon that talks about their series, stories, and news. Commonly contains interesting inserts and is sold at 800 yen per issue.
4) Stories not considered at this time to be related to the Nasuverse; and have little to do with Type-Moon, but were aided or created by Type-Moon employees.
- Feel free to update me on any information you want to add on these, as I do not know much about most of them myself.
- Known as Decoration Disorder Disconnection. A mystery novel written by Nasu, and occasionally published in Faust magazine. Known to consist of two novels; Junk the Eater, and HandS. Revolves around demonic possession and patients with a disease that gain a supernatural power. In progress by fans to be translated to English.
Kouri no Hana
- Novel written by Nasu.
Tsuki no Sango
Sora no Soto
- Manga written by Nasu.
- Manga/doujin comic series by Takeuchi.
- Anime based off a route in 428 written by Nasu as a guest writer. Takes place in Shanghai.