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Type-Moon is a Japanese video game company that was co-founded by author Kinoko Nasu and illustrator Yakeshi Takeuchi in the year 2000. The company is best known for producing popular visual novels such as Kara no Kyokai, Tsukihime, and Fate/Stay Night which mostly takes place in a series of multiverses that are fan dubbed as the Nasuverse. Since the company began, Type-Moon has gathered an online following in both the Japanese and the international web with fans of their work being dubbed as Nasufags.
Type-Moon was founded by writer Kinoko Nasu and illustrator Yakeshi Takeuchi in the year 2000. The two previously collaborated on their first project which was titled Kara No Kyokai (shown below, left) that was released on October, 1998. On December, 2000, Type-Moon released their first visual novel game titled Tsukihime (shown below, right) which became a successful hit. From 2001 to 2003, Type-Moon released several sequels and spin-offs to The Tsukihime series including a fan made fighting game that the group picked up titled Melty Blood.
In 2004, Type-Moon made the transition from a Doujin group to a commercial company. Their first game in the transition was a visual novel titled Fate/stay night which was released on January 30th, 2004. The game became one of the most popular series by Type-Moon of all time, hitting number 1 sales in getchu.com throughout 2004. This success led to release of sequels and spin offs of the Fate series from 2005 onward.
Type-Moon has become the subject of discussion on a number of sites including 4chan and Tumblr. A number of fan sites dedicated the Nasuverse were created, among them are The Moonlit World, Fuyuki Rebuild, Mirror Moon, and Melty Bread. The Type-Moon wiki was launched on August, 2007, and currently has over 800 pages regarding the company and the Nasuverse in general. The Type-Moon subreddit has over 1.900 readers as of January, 2016. On the art sharing site Deviantart, typing the keyword "Type-Moon" would yield more than 8.000 results.
A Cat is Fine Too
A Cat is Fine Too refers to an exploitable scene in a Tsukihime Doujin titled That's Why I Assault Len. In the Doujin, main protagonist Tohno Shiki attempts to engage in sexual intercourse at the succubus demon Len. Panicked, Len transforms into a cat in hopes to avoid the confrontation, only for Shiki to utter "A Cat is Fine too" as he continues to advance on her. The scene has scenes grown popular among fans, spawning edits and variations.
Shiki Can Kill Servants
Shiki Can Kill Servants refers to a form of shitposting where users derail threads into power level discussion on whether or not the character Shiki from Tsukihime is capable enough to defeat heroic spirits or servants from the Fate series. The practice was common among 4chan users in the /a/ and /jp/ board.
Isn't It Sad, Sacchin?
Sacchin is the nickname for the character Satsuki in Tsukihime. She regularly suffers all sorts of misfortune and is the only predominant female character in Tsukihime That does not have a story route of her own. Similar to Shiki can kill Servants, this phrase generated from the doujin circle Crazy Clover Club. Sacchin despairs over her lack of popularity and pities herself while singing a song. At the end of it, she makes an OTL pose and says- "Isn't It Sad Sacchin". The scene has spawned several variations, with the snowclone "Isn't It Sad, 'X'?".
 Type-Moon Wiki – Main Page
 Tumblr – Search for Type-Moon
 Desustorage – Search for Type-Moon (unavailable)
 Tsuki-kan – List of Sites dedicated to the company
 reddit – /r/typemoon
 Deviantart – Search for Type-Moon
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