Coral of the Moon

If you’ve been anywhere near the anime scene in the past couple of years, chances are you’ve at least heard about Fate/Zero and Fate Stay Night Unlimited Blade Works. If you do know these two, then chances are you probably also know about TYPE-MOON. And if you know about TYPE-MOON, then you most definitely know who is Kinoko Nasu.

Coral of the Moon (Tsuki no Sango) is a short story written by Kinoko Nasu for Maaya Sakamoto’s Full Moon Recital Hall. And of course, as seen in the more recent TYPE-MOON products, the illustrations follow the Ufotable style and I have to say that they are pretty good.

This EPUB took a hell of a long time to make (2 weeks) for such a short story (30% the length of a typical novel). I had to manually pull the text from the translated PDF, QA it, edit the illustrations which I’ve pulled from the PV, and place them into the inline text (17 illustrations which is equivalent to about an illustration per 1-3 pages).

TLDR, I took a trip to hell and back.

The story itself is short and sweet, and I hope that you enjoy it as much as I did.

P.S.: This does take place in the Nasuverse. It follows a "what if" scenario where the events of Tsukihime did not occur.


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Armaell / 21 Feb 2016 20:13
Dear Nephery, do you even know why it took you so long to do it?  
The Moon and Hell are in the opposite way!!  You baka! 
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Nephery / 21 Feb 2016 21:18
Who ever said that the Moon and Hell can't be one and the same?

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