FGO Receives Tsukihime Alum Archetype Earth for 7th Anniversary

Fate/Grand Order has added a new and iconic character from Tsukihime to its playable roster. The new servant is known as Archetype Earth, the first FGO character to be based on a key Tsukihime cast member. She joined the roster as part of the game’s ongoing 7th anniversary celebrations in Japan.

Franchisees sharing world-building elements

FGO and Tsukihime are no strangers to each other at all – both franchises share a conceptual framework and many world-building elements. Until recently, however, LaSengle opted to keep Tsukihime more at arm’s length, making only indirect references to its characters. For example, the FGO NPC Sion Eltnam Sokaris is based on the Melty Blood alum Sion Eltnam Atlasia. The playable character Ryugi Shiki is from The Garden of Sinners, a precursor work to Tsukihime.

Arquid’s formal name

Now that has changed, as the archetype is based on Earth Tsukime’s most iconic heroine: Arkuid Brunstadt. The famed poster girl of Type Moon’s breakout work joins the roster as a 5-star Mooncancer-class servient. The formal name of Arquid as a princess of true ancestors is the name “archetype meaning”. He is more regal and distant, in contrast to the down-to-earth manner of the “regular” Arkuid and the malice of the “Red Arcuid”. First appearing in Melty Blood Actress Again, Archetype Earth emerges from Arcuid’s subconscious during its story passage.

In FGO, his noble phantom is Arquid’s ultimate weapon

Marble remembers the Phantom. She connects her will to the world itself, and uses it to reveal her home, Millennium Castle Brunnstadt. Although the archetype Earth is a first for FGO, it isn’t the first time a Tsukihime character has played a Fate franchise game. has appeared in. Arquid appeared in Fate/Extras as a Berserker-class Servant.

Tsukihime – A Piece of the Blue Glass Moon

Archetype Earth is available in the Japanese version of FGO. Tsukihime – A Piece of the Blue Glass Moon – is a remake of the original, and is available in Japan on PS4 and Nintendo Switch. The English version of FGO celebrated its 5th anniversary this year with Castor Altria. FGO heroine Mash Kyrielight is also set to join Melty Blood Type Lumina.

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