View Poll Results: What is TM canon to you?

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  • Everything TM has published.

    17 22.97%
  • Everything Nasu has written.

    2 2.70%
  • The "core" Nasu works (name them).

    2 2.70%
  • The Nasuverse as a common setting and the works that follow its rules.

    13 17.57%
  • The stories & lore that you personally consider "serious", as opposed to "jokes/memes/etc".

    6 8.11%
  • Whatever fits your personal idea of what the Nasuverse is and how it works, fanon included.

    5 6.76%
  • Each TM work in its own right and in relation to its self-contained setting.

    9 12.16%
  • There is no canon, just an illusion of a consistent setting.

    20 27.03%
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Thread: What is canon?

  1. #101
    I'd say there wasn't even a need to bother with timelines until it became untenable to reconcile all of Nasu's works in a shared framework of rules. The core three operated under the same logic of a setting that could accommodate for all their constituent elements; small corrections of that time had to do with potential logical conflicts. When you drop something like Extra on that setting, it doesn't insert neatly into the existing framework; hence, alternate timeline, and a fundamental restructuring of setting.

  2. #102
    Quote Originally Posted by LeadDemon View Post
    I mean in the sense that Roa's story is one of harsh decline as time goes on, both in universe and out of it.
    Nasu wants to you move on from Tsukihime heroes and villains, and get ready for Tsukihime 2 power levels.

  3. #103
    muh vampires Ratman's Avatar
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    He can still kill NAC in a single combo. He still got it.

  4. #104
    The one author personally believes in it's story and the ones that aren't gag

  5. #105

    obviously this image is the official stance

  6. #106
    月日は百代の過客にして、行かふ年も又旅 人也。 Benderesco's Avatar
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    I voted that there is no canon because it allows me to pretend FGO does not exist with a modicum of objectivity. If canon is relative, my headcanon is at least as valid as anyone else's.

    And that makes me happy, I suppose.

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