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    I guessed no one would translate Jekyll's story, so I did. The first page, anyway. This one is notoriously difficult because Sakurai had the bright idea to write it 19th century literature style, so I can't ever guarantee I'll do it justice. Heck, I might get the completely wrong idea. The most experience with this writing style I have was a few Holmes short cases 2-3 years ago, but I did try to replicate it based on what I remember. I'm now regretting not having done Asterios' and call it a day, but oh well. There was quite a nice surprise.

    This is only the first 1.5 page because I have exams. I'll get back to it as soon as I'm done with Stat. Enjoy.

    A Study in the Colors of Ravens' Feathers
    A Study in the Color of Ravens' Feathers (which i guess was a parody of A Study in Scarlet. What it has to do with the actual thing is beyond me. The title is awkward for sure, but what can I do?)

    -A record of M.D. W-

    Once, I was worried about a certain person’s well-being.

    While normally my friend – let us call him Mr. H – would reserve his abundant curiosity to only a professional level, it was a private investigation for a man who has helped us up until several years ago. Though Mr. H is not as young as some of the youths who would spend their pocket money in back alleys, he is still far younger than us. Though he has reached adulthood a while ago, he still gives an impression of a youth.

    I was introduced to this person through a mutual acquaintance, a writer, and I am greatly under the impression that he is a quite likable young man. Even at one glance, I knew that he was a pleasant person with overflowing talent and kindness, and he has made quite a reputation for himself in the newspapers as a well-mannered philanthropist. While he does have doctorates in medicine, economics and law and is a member of the Royal Society, he is especially well-versed in pharmacy.

    Once, I have met Samuel Johnson and Herbert Spencer, who were praised as great scholars by our society – not many people have the honor to call themselves that. While he was still young, he was expected to be able to rival his predecessors one day, and I regarded him as a person of brilliant intelligence worthy of the title of great scholar.

    His name is Henry Jekyll.

    A person for whom the reputation of a gentleman is not unfounded.

    While he does research as a college professor, he also participates in philanthropic work; a man of superior intellect and insight, and so expected to have an innately good personality – the request of assistance with private investigations to Mr. H came in a certain spring. Harry has always been someone with a good moral compass. It goes without saying that Harry was Dr. Jekyll’s nickname. For the time we have known each other – which is quite a while – I have always thought of him as a younger brother.

    He, like Mr. H and me, is living in London. He owns a mansion on the shopping district, his spacious residence houses a surgical room and laboratory, and the estate extended to the back alley. The Jekyll residence cannot be any more different compared to the back alley, though I do think that the horribly deteriorated doorway gives off an impression of an eerie fortress. But I digress.

    In the first place, what influenced him was just a trivial thing – a follow-up investigation which he helped us out with a while back.

    Perhaps I should start over from the beginning. My friend, Mr. H, run a business as a private detective in London. He has handled many requests, and has definitely gotten a fair share of serious cases from the London Metropolitan Police Department [Scotland Yard] some of which even involved the English government. I would love to proudly say that it was a prestigious job, but in truth I would only avert my eyes from the incidents reeking of blood.

    Of course, we capture the bad people who have committed criminal acts but, in actuality there are scoundrels who managed to escape from their sins. While I have a right to be proud, I cannot deny the reality that living in this London metropolis is equivalent to, and as mentally exhausting, as fighting a fierce battle in Afghanistan. Mr. H has an unusually sharp level of reasoning as well as the spirit to go along with it, and I was once a drafted soldier. Even if I have grown used to an ordinary life, I will not flinch before corpses that have been brutally slaughtered – which, for any other unprepared person, would naturally be quite a burden.

    The requests for investigation from Dr. Henry Jekyll was, until then, not anything serious, and as far as the involved persons and the ones who suffered damages are concerned, those were hardly anything but just handling minor offenses of little importance.

    ...Or, at first, that was all there was to it.

    “Regarding the whereabouts of the dissolved □□□□ Company’s secret accounts, □□□□ circulation in □□□, and the young lady of □□□□ House’s running away from home, there is a list of conspiring families. Though these cases have been resolved, if we investigate further, some kind of mystery or secret is bound to come up.” He said, in a slightly proud tone. In Mr. H’s absence, I was looking after his neglected lodging. Taking a sip of the black tea a certain landlady brewed for us, I answered.

    “How Mr. H goes about investigating that, I can only guess.”

    That is not a lie, but entirely the truth.

    The me of this time could not understand the truth of Mr. H's deductions.

    “No, confirming the truth of these incidents was quite a heart-pounding adventure. Still, all of these are just trivial cases. I should think that they would give Mr. H more important major cases to solve.”

    “Hmm. Then, do you really want to deal with even the trouble those important cases create?”

    I expected him to be caught off guard by those words but, Harry’s expression brightened, his eyes glittering with inquisitiveness, and his cheeks flushed. He himself isn’t an amateur. This young man who is full of enthusiasm for the research into the unknown attracts a lot of interest but, at the same time there is also a sense of dark, hidden danger in him. Even though I spared no words trying to quell his expectations, in the end they weren’t enough to sway his spirit.

    “I want to be useful to you. I have no intention of asking what Mr. H was looking for in his follow-up investigations. I believe it is for the public good.”

    “Even if you say so. It’s probably hard for you to make time outside of your teaching job.”

    “Aren’t you also the same, Doctor W?”

    I have neglected to mention this but, in this memo I am not referred to as Mr. W but Dr. W. This memo is just a whimsical document, or maybe a notebook, maybe nothing more than a patched-up fragment of Jekyll’s truth and my vast regret. Even so, taking into account the essential differences in this work of my patched-up daily life, if by any chance in the future someone were to look at these notes, in order to avoid confusion, I will proceed to refer to myself and my friend using these aliases.

    In the end, I could not stop Harry. Once I relayed Harry’s words to Mr. H, who has just returned, his personal impression was “Is that young man someone you should really get too involved with? Why would he tear apart the bright future and quick wits of his youth to such an extent?” He added but, just as expected, while I don’t know what Mr. H thought of it, after that the requests for investigations from Harry died down and completely disappeared after two months.

    For a while, I was reassured.

    It was not a rational worry but, it would weigh heavily on my conscience if this gentleman with a bright future were to have it taken away from him. More so since I can’t help but worry greatly if he were to meddle in those bloodstained disasters and traverse into the – not just dark, but pitch black – affairs of the criminal world. Either way, I was able to completely tuck my worry away into a corner of my mind.

    Or, that was what I thought at the time.

    And yet, my secret was so easily exposed.



    A certain month in 18□□, I suddenly received word from him – a polite invitation for me to visit the Jekyll residence. Led by a well-dressed elderly servant, after passing by a low, wide ceiling into a spacious hall, my dear friend Jekyll greeted me with a charming smile.

    I could see his clear, shining eyes through the thin pair of spectacles.

    “I have finally achieved it, Dr. W. I invited you here tonight for a little toast.” Standing by the brightly burning red flames of the fireplace, he told me.

    “Wait, Harry. What in the world did you accomplish?”

    “Of course! I have finally been acknowledged by the extraordinary great detective, Mr. H!"

    What kind of devotion is this, I wonder. Aah, this youth, this reputed gentleman, when he should have stayed away from the darkness of the criminal world, he continued to crave the thrill of risk and adventure, to the point that even with my obstruction he did not lose heart and continued to ask for investigations, to go above and beyond to win Mr. H’s favor. And it’s no longer just justice in solving minor offences, he even got involved in murderers and serious crimes.

    He has already been sucked in.

    To that pitch-black world.


    A few TL notes

    For those who still don't get it, those are Watson and Holmes. Thanks Sakurai. It took me until the Afghan line to realize that Mr. H is Holmes and not Jekyll's friend Hastie Lanyon. In my defense, I was extremely frustrated because it was super hard.

    Also, those two scholars were real people. Sakurai pls.

    I don't know whether it's canon or not, but I really hope they wouldn't make Jekyll into a dindu nuffin. The original Jekyll got Hyde because he was trying to cover his own ass. While I'll need to read the letter from Jekyll to Holmes to be sure about it, this one did it because...what? He saw too much? He's a Holmes fanboy with an extreme sense of justice? And there was hardly any Hyde characterization, just a few lines of him mocking Jekyll as if it's enough.

    And Sakurai's Manaka syndrome struck again. If I have to read one more line about how Jekyll's talented or smart or kind or whatever, I might just strangle him myself.

    From what I have read so far - which is not much, I got bored very quickly, why is this writing allowed - Jack the Ripper appeared soon after Jekyll's death, on year 1888. Watson started living with Holmes in 1881 in the actual Conan Doyle stories, so I suppose it makes sense. Ages seem to be Watson > Holmes > Jekyll, though I refuse to believe a guy can get 3 doctorates, be a quote great scholar unquote, teach at a school and investigate part time. He doesn't even look past 25.

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    Looks like Sakurai has to have at least one waifu or husbando on hand to get in the writing groove.

    Thank you for your work, nanairo
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    pls sakurai don't ruin Jekyll too, thanks for the translation

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    Inb4 instead of Tsuki Remake, we get FSN Remake with Ayaka route choice.
    I know that Nasu doesn't write as much as he used to when he and Takeuchi founded TM and he gets stick for that. And its understandable why people are skeptic about projects which he personally plans to do. But during the past year when he said he will like to do more 'Extra' he was actually working on Extella and Last Encore and of course a little bit for FGO. So Fate projects are getting released at a steady pace which he handles. But I really dont understand why its taking so long for him or rather TM to release the Tsuki remake. Is it because they are too relaxed about it ? Or is it really taking TM too long to make VNs ? Do you guys have any idea how long Mahoyo was in production for ?

    Its understandable why TM haven't outsourced the VN, probably because Nasu and Takeuchi are still passionate about making videogames. But within the same timeframe we will already be getting 3 Extra games which TM outsourced to Marvelous.

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    Also who is writing Fragments of blue and silver ? Whoever it is, are they writing independently or is it upon the ideas that Nasu had laid out for them. Also will the same people write Prototype or is it gonna be Nasu ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by _nanairo View Post
    I guessed no one would translate Jekyll's story, so I did. The first page, anyway. This one is notoriously difficult because Sakurai had the bright idea to write it 19th century literature style, so I can't ever guarantee I'll do it justice. Heck, I might get the completely wrong idea. The most experience with this writing style I have was a few Holmes short cases 2-3 years ago, but I did try to replicate it based on what I remember. I'm now regretting not having done Asterios' and call it a day, but oh well. There was quite a nice surprise.

    This is only the first 1.5 page because I have exams. I'll get back to it as soon as I'm done with Stat. Enjoy.

    A Study in the Colors of Ravens' Feathers
    A Study in the Color of Ravens' Feathers (which i guess was a parody of A Study in Scarlet. What it has to do with the actual thing is beyond me. The title is awkward for sure, but what can I do?)

    -A record of M.D. W-

    Once, I was worried about a certain person’s well-being.

    While normally my friend – let us call him Mr. H – would reserve his abundant curiosity to only a professional level, it was a private investigation for a man who has helped us up until several years ago. Though Mr. H is not as young as some of the youths who would spend their pocket money in back alleys, he is still far younger than us. Though he has reached adulthood a while ago, he still gives an impression of a youth.

    I was introduced to this person through a mutual acquaintance, a writer, and I am greatly under the impression that he is a quite likable young man. Even at one glance, I knew that he was a pleasant person with overflowing talent and kindness, and he has made quite a reputation for himself in the newspapers as a well-mannered philanthropist. While he does have doctorates in medicine, economics and law and is a member of the Royal Society, he is especially well-versed in pharmacy.

    Once, I have met Samuel Johnson and Herbert Spencer, who were praised as great scholars by our society – not many people have the honor to call themselves that. While he was still young, he was expected to be able to rival his predecessors one day, and I regarded him as a person of brilliant intelligence worthy of the title of great scholar.

    His name is Henry Jekyll.

    A person for whom the reputation of a gentleman is not unfounded.

    While he does research as a college professor, he also participates in philanthropic work; a man of superior intellect and insight, and so expected to have an innately good personality – the request of assistance with private investigations to Mr. H came in a certain spring. Harry has always been someone with a good moral compass. It goes without saying that Harry was Dr. Jekyll’s nickname. For the time we have known each other – which is quite a while – I have always thought of him as a younger brother.

    He, like Mr. H and me, is living in London. He owns a mansion on the shopping district, his spacious residence houses a surgical room and laboratory, and the estate extended to the back alley. The Jekyll residence cannot be any more different compared to the back alley, though I do think that the horribly deteriorated doorway gives off an impression of an eerie fortress. But I digress.

    In the first place, what influenced him was just a trivial thing – a follow-up investigation which he helped us out with a while back.

    Perhaps I should start over from the beginning. My friend, Mr. H, run a business as a private detective in London. He has handled many requests, and has definitely gotten a fair share of serious cases from the London Metropolitan Police Department [Scotland Yard] some of which even involved the English government. I would love to proudly say that it was a prestigious job, but in truth I would only avert my eyes from the incidents reeking of blood.

    Of course, we capture the bad people who have committed criminal acts but, in actuality there are scoundrels who managed to escape from their sins. While I have a right to be proud, I cannot deny the reality that living in this London metropolis is equivalent to, and as mentally exhausting, as fighting a fierce battle in Afghanistan. Mr. H has an unusually sharp level of reasoning as well as the spirit to go along with it, and I was once a drafted soldier. Even if I have grown used to an ordinary life, I will not flinch before corpses that have been brutally slaughtered – which, for any other unprepared person, would naturally be quite a burden.

    The requests for investigation from Dr. Henry Jekyll was, until then, not anything serious, and as far as the involved persons and the ones who suffered damages are concerned, those were hardly anything but just handling minor offenses of little importance.

    ...Or, at first, that was all there was to it.

    “Regarding the whereabouts of the dissolved □□□□ Company’s secret accounts, □□□□ circulation in □□□, and the young lady of □□□□ House’s running away from home, there is a list of conspiring families. Though these cases have been resolved, if we investigate further, some kind of mystery or secret is bound to come up.” He said, in a slightly proud tone. In Mr. H’s absence, I was looking after his neglected lodging. Taking a sip of the black tea a certain landlady brewed for us, I answered.

    “How Mr. H goes about investigating that, I can only guess.”

    That is not a lie, but entirely the truth.

    The me of this time could not understand the truth of Mr. H's deductions.

    “No, confirming the truth of these incidents was quite a heart-pounding adventure. Still, all of these are just trivial cases. I should think that they would give Mr. H more important major cases to solve.”

    “Hmm. Then, do you really want to deal with even the trouble those important cases create?”

    I expected him to be caught off guard by those words but, Harry’s expression brightened, his eyes glittering with inquisitiveness, and his cheeks flushed. He himself isn’t an amateur. This young man who is full of enthusiasm for the research into the unknown attracts a lot of interest but, at the same time there is also a sense of dark, hidden danger in him. Even though I spared no words trying to quell his expectations, in the end they weren’t enough to sway his spirit.

    “I want to be useful to you. I have no intention of asking what Mr. H was looking for in his follow-up investigations. I believe it is for the public good.”

    “Even if you say so. It’s probably hard for you to make time outside of your teaching job.”

    “Aren’t you also the same, Doctor W?”

    I have neglected to mention this but, in this memo I am not referred to as Mr. W but Dr. W. This memo is just a whimsical document, or maybe a notebook, maybe nothing more than a patched-up fragment of Jekyll’s truth and my vast regret. Even so, taking into account the essential differences in this work of my patched-up daily life, if by any chance in the future someone were to look at these notes, in order to avoid confusion, I will proceed to refer to myself and my friend using these aliases.

    In the end, I could not stop Harry. Once I relayed Harry’s words to Mr. H, who has just returned, his personal impression was “Is that young man someone you should really get too involved with? Why would he tear apart the bright future and quick wits of his youth to such an extent?” He added but, just as expected, while I don’t know what Mr. H thought of it, after that the requests for investigations from Harry died down and completely disappeared after two months.

    For a while, I was reassured.

    It was not a rational worry but, it would weigh heavily on my conscience if this gentleman with a bright future were to have it taken away from him. More so since I can’t help but worry greatly if he were to meddle in those bloodstained disasters and traverse into the – not just dark, but pitch black – affairs of the criminal world. Either way, I was able to completely tuck my worry away into a corner of my mind.

    Or, that was what I thought at the time.

    And yet, my secret was so easily exposed.



    A certain month in 18□□, I suddenly received word from him – a polite invitation for me to visit the Jekyll residence. Led by a well-dressed elderly servant, after passing by a low, wide ceiling into a spacious hall, my dear friend Jekyll greeted me with a charming smile.

    I could see his clear, shining eyes through the thin pair of spectacles.

    “I have finally achieved it, Dr. W. I invited you here tonight for a little toast.” Standing by the brightly burning red flames of the fireplace, he told me.

    “Wait, Harry. What in the world did you accomplish?”

    “Of course! I have finally been acknowledged by the extraordinary great detective, Mr. H!"

    What kind of devotion is this, I wonder. Aah, this youth, this reputed gentleman, when he should have stayed away from the darkness of the criminal world, he continued to crave the thrill of risk and adventure, to the point that even with my obstruction he did not lose heart and continued to ask for investigations, to go above and beyond to win Mr. H’s favor. And it’s no longer just justice in solving minor offences, he even got involved in murderers and serious crimes.

    He has already been sucked in.

    To that pitch-black world.


    A few TL notes

    For those who still don't get it, those are Watson and Holmes. Thanks Sakurai. It took me until the Afghan line to realize that Mr. H is Holmes and not Jekyll's friend Hastie Lanyon. In my defense, I was extremely frustrated because it was super hard.

    Also, those two scholars were real people. Sakurai pls.

    I don't know whether it's canon or not, but I really hope they wouldn't make Jekyll into a dindu nuffin. The original Jekyll got Hyde because he was trying to cover his own ass. While I'll need to read the letter from Jekyll to Holmes to be sure about it, this one did it because...what? He saw too much? He's a Holmes fanboy with an extreme sense of justice? And there was hardly any Hyde characterization, just a few lines of him mocking Jekyll as if it's enough.

    And Sakurai's Manaka syndrome struck again. If I have to read one more line about how Jekyll's talented or smart or kind or whatever, I might just strangle him myself.

    From what I have read so far - which is not much, I got bored very quickly, why is this writing allowed - Jack the Ripper appeared soon after Jekyll's death, on year 1888. Watson started living with Holmes in 1881 in the actual Conan Doyle stories, so I suppose it makes sense. Ages seem to be Watson > Holmes > Jekyll, though I refuse to believe a guy can get 3 doctorates, be a quote great scholar unquote, teach at a school and investigate part time. He doesn't even look past 25.

    Ive read most of Holmes' story, and I must say that this translating style is very close to it. Better even. The original Holmes series--and most of literatures at that period, for that matter--always felt a wee bit heavy on the narrating style. This has a touch of modern style in ot, making it easier to read. Very impressive.

    Also, thanks very much for the translation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mashina View Post
    Maybe it's because he's busy doing a pile of other projects.
    Or maybe he doesn't actually want to make it and he's using all the other projects as a form of procrastination.
    Ya that's difficult to judge. As I said the Fate projects that he is handling are still coming out at a steady pace. But others are still a question mark.

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    Nasu seems to be the type that writes in spurts, rather than consistently. So if inspiration strikes, he could write the entire script tomorrow, along with scripts for a sequel, prequel and several spinoffs, or he could put it off for years more, occasionally writing a couple of hundred words every time Takeuchi badgers him enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dhaval_fate View Post
    Also who is writing Fragments of blue and silver ? Whoever it is, are they writing independently or is it upon the ideas that Nasu had laid out for them. Also will the same people write Prototype or is it gonna be Nasu ?
    Sakurai Hikaru is writing Fragments and I'm pretty sure it's independent. But they're basing it off of the original outline that Nasu made, of course, but most of the story is original. We don't even know if Prototype is going to be a thing yet so we don't know who would even be writing it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zxcvbbnmm1 View Post
    Sakurai Hikaru is writing Fragments and I'm pretty sure it's independent. But they're basing it off of the original outline that Nasu made, of course, but most of the story is original. We don't even know if Prototype is going to be a thing yet so we don't know who would even be writing it.
    It independent like apo was independent
    Though abandoned, forgotten, and scorned as out-of-date dolls, they continue to carry out their mission, unchanged from the time they were designed.
    Machines do not lose their worth when a newer model appears.
    Their worth (life) ends when humans can no longer bear that purity.
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    Oh thank god

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