I had to have my purchases shipped to my friend because I was afraid that I’d run out of space in the car when moving out of residence at the end of the year. However, since he’s the one that has to pick up the stuff from the mail office, I can only yell at him on the phone and nothing else. I have no idea when my April package arrived, but I know it arrived before yesterday and it was today when he decided to get it. This, this post was delayed.
I really hate to write up another fillet type sort of post, since translating the next scene for F/HA is taking up more time than I initially thought (that and I’ve been doing a bit of job hunting on the side).
Anyway, here is another image collection that I got my hands on a while back. Once again, someone on SumiSora uploaded them and I obtained them there. This is the Type-Moon Unlimited Calendar for 2009, includes all of Fate Project, Project Tsukihime, Kara no Kyokai, and Canaan (a new anime that came out this year, conceptualized by Type-Moon co-founders Kinoko Nasu and Takashi Takeuchi, Maaya Sakamoto voices one of the main characters. Has anyone seen it?).
Well, that’s about all that I’ve got to say, enjoy.
Comiket 75 just ended and it seems Crazy Clover Club has outdone themselves once again. With T-Moon Complex x03 being more of an interlude to connect the story, from the scans I found the fourth part will definitely be great.
For those who can’t understand Japanese the only option is to wait for translations, which I’m still waiting for.
A slight update, didn’t realize I missed a page
It seems that ebCraft has released more figures. Here we have the 1/7 Ciel from Typemoon’s Melty Blood Re-ACT, which is a spin off of Tsukihime. Ciel the Executioner comes in one of two costumes: her clerical garment or her battle garment holding the Seventh Holy Scripture
As most people know, Type-Moon is known for their two hit eroge, Fate/Stay Night and Tsukihime. Everyone knows that Fate/Stay Night recieved the anime treatment, and might I add that Ayako Kawasumi is friggin’ awesome. Anyway, Tsukihime is also animated, and…is less well known. I personally have not played the game, but I can understand why some folks are denying the existance of the Tsukihime Anime.
While browsing the SumiSora forums on my regular lurking expedition for more news on their Fate/Hollow patch progress. I’ve come across something very interesting.
Apparently, the second volume of Type-Moon Ace, planned for release this upcoming January, announced of the hit eroge Tsukihime’s sequal, Tsukihime 2.
I’ve currently no plans left and am now silently waiting to move into residence. During one of my very regular visits to SumiSora forums to read up any news on the release of the Fate/Hollow Ataraxia translation patch, I noticed that someone has translated Type-Moon Complex X 03 and it’s up for download.
Type-Moon Complex is a doujinshi created by the group Crazy Clover Club. I’m assuming that they’re a group that participates in Comiket, as the release of their doujinshi always closely follow the dates of Comiket. Anyway, the story features characters from both of Type-Moon’s major productions – Project Fate and Project Tsukihime. The time period of this story takes place some time after the events of Fate/Hollow Ataraxia (Caren has replaces Kirei as the priest(ess) of the church. Caren doesn’t wear pants/skirt and no one likes Kirei, so it’s all good ^^;).
Now, I’ve seen SumiSora’s Chinese sub of Fate/Stay Night and I’m currently playing through the scenarios again with their voice patch (and yet to play Fate/Hollow for obvious reasons). The problem for me is the other side. I’ve seen Tsukihime the anime (which severely lacks information) and have yet to play the game. So I don’t know things like the true strength of Arcueid and how Shiki’s Mystic Eyes of Death Perception works. That and I think Ciel is overpowered…
Anyway, the first two chapters (volumes?) were phenomenal. Although I do think the Tsukihime characters are overpowered. The third volume, in my opinion, is lackstellar. However, the author forsaw this and included an explaination/apology.
Hello everyone, I am 城爪草 (I’m not sure how the kanji is pronounced in Japanese, so I’m leaving it like this).
This is the third volume of the doujinshi featuring the combination of Tsukihime and Fate.
This doujinshi uses Tsukihime and the PC version of Fate/Stay Night as prequals, and its events take place in the world after the events of Fate/Hollow Ataraxia. There might be minor discreptencies, so please don’t nitpick.
As this is a continued piece of work, I would assume that those who did not read the previous works may find the events confusing and weird (^^;).
I’m very sorry.
With many personal business to take care of, this volume is very short.
As well, I did feature the location where Nero-san (took me a while to make that connection >.<) appeared…On top of that, Main characters of Fate such as Rin and Saber did not appear…The events aren’t exciting, so this is one of those peaceful/calm chapters.
Anyway, I’ve put a hold on the other series and will be putting my efforts into this one. It will be much better next time…Hopefully.
If you find any any joy in my work, I will be very grateful.
Yea…this will most likely need to be double checked by someone else with better Chinese skills than myself. Honestly, I’m surprised I can do this with my grade 2 Chinese skills >.>
Volumes 1 and 2 can be found here. If they really do participate in Comiket, I would recommend buying it from them (I know it’s hypocritical for me to say it, but I would have bought it if I could go to Comiket). Volume 3 should be up shortly, but for those who want to read it/understands Chinese, here‘s the download link for the Chinese sub (You’ll need to download a software in order to be able to download it).
Regarding the third volume…I thought it was all right (albeit with barely any action). Another thing I don’t know about is Bazette’s strength, since she is only featured in Fate/Hollow Ataraxia. The names of Tsukihime characters took a bit of time for me to register though (since I watched Fate/Stay Night with Chinese subs).