Type-Moon Weekly News Roundup: Troublesome Oni

This Saturday post is the weekly Type-Moon news in addition to the regular APB post on Sunday. If you have any suggestions for what to highlight on the Type-Moon Weekly News Roundup drop me a line via email or Twitter.

  • The More the Merrier
    Meteo Hoshizora and Hazuki Minase have been added to the writing team for Fate/Grand Order.
  • The Many Blessings of Amaterasu
    One of which is figma of Caster from Fate/Extra.
  • A Drunken Dream and Other Stories
    The Restless Drunk Demons Capital – Rashomon event in Fate/Grand Order introduces the first raid boss as well as Shuten-dōji and Ibaraki-douji.
  • The Most Dangerous Trio
    Artoria Pendragon, Jeanne d’Arc, and Elizabeth Báthory were announced as playable characters in Fate/Extella. I don’t think any of these are a surprise but they are still nice additions.
  • Costume Party 
    To make everyone happy Fate/Extella is releasing 3 special editions. The Velber Box has a bunch of extra costumes, a Saber Bride oppai mouse pad, an art book, a special box, and the PlayStation 4 and Vita versions of the game. There are also Regalia Box for either the PlayStation 4 or Vita. They only have one version of the game but don’t include the oppai mouse pad as well as having less costume DLC. Your mileage may vary if this is a bonus or not.
  • Instantly Invoking Godwin’s Law
    It seems they are going to change the Gilgamesh “Coldhearted Bloodless Warden” outfit DLC.
  • Save the Date
    In case you missed it Fate/Extella is set to come out in Japan on November 10th.
  • Fate/Grand Party: The New Batch
    There is a whole new set of servants with merchandise at the Fate/Grand Party cafe.
    Also some real Sunday drivers.
  • Practical Occultism
    Elena Blavatsky’s star is on the rise. There are already prototype figures for her.
  • The Secret Doctrine by H. P. Blavatsky
    Her popularity in fan art is no secret.

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