As a young boy, Shiki suffered a life-threatening injury. As a result of this injury, Shiki became able to see "death lines" on objects and people; if Shiki traces these lines with a sharp object, the person or object that they belong to will die or be destroyed. Soon after discovering this power, he is given a special pair of glasses by a mysterious woman. While wearing these glasses, Shiki cannot see the lines, and can thus live life as normal. Later, Shiki discovers that he can also see "points" on objects and people; these act as more immediate and powerful versions of the "lines." Eventually, it is revealed that Shiki is not merely killing a person or destroying an object when he cuts its lines or pokes out its points, but is instead removing the meaning of his victim's existence.
I finished reading tsukihime last
month. Is it just me, or is it way better written than FSN (universally bad sex scenes aside)? It felt like Nasu forgot how to write somewhere along the way going into FSN, or maybe the translation is just better.
Like the other person said, they're pretty different in style. Tsukihime's closer to a horror (especially certain routes), than whatever FSN is. Certain parts of HF might be comparable though.
Hisui best meido, tries being emotionless as a front while being more caring and cheerful than Kohaku.
Yeah, I don't like the changes the manga makes.
Like that, and Akihiko only mentioning that his sister told him not to go out at night (makes him seem a lot more careless than he is).
Also, splitting his conversations with Aoko. Maybe he wanted to make it go faster or whatever, but that's one of the best things Nasu's ever written.
Nasu is too humble.
This fucking cunt.
The anime was definitely better than this.
The one that has a 10/10 soundtrack, not the crap that my nephew can make on fruityloops.