Fate Grand Order: Tsukihime’s Archetype Earth Joins FGO as a New Moon Cancer Servant

It was recently announced that Archetype Earth, a.k.a. Arcueid Brunestud, will be playable in Fate/Grand Order as a new 5-Star Moon Cancer class Servant during Type-7th Moon’s anniversary event, which took place during the July 30-31 weekend.

Ryougi Shiki and Fujino Asagami from Kara no Kyoukai The Garden of Sinners are only a couple of the Nasuverse characters from outside the Fate series who have previously been welcomed by FGO. Arc’s actual participation in FGO as Archetype Earth, however, considerably exceeds everything that has occurred thus far. It’s as if Godzilla joined Ultraman, as one trending tweet put it.


The moon princess, Tsukihime, the title character from Nasu and Takashi Takeuchi’s 2000 graphic novel, is the archetype of Earth. The version of her Tsukihime remake that will be included in FGO. On August 28, 2022, Tsukihime A Piece Of Blue Glass Moon, the first Tsukihime Remake game, will mark its one birthday. Therefore, Arcueid’s inclusion in FGO at this time is ideal timing given that many Nasuverse fans are already familiar with the character. It’s also feasible that more Tsukihime Remake characters will eventually join FGO.

Archetype Earth’s FGO in-game profile also notes that she is a special guest character for the game’s seventh anniversary. It also explains how she appears in each of them. “The future of a future shape she should have acquired” is stage one. A “current form “after a certain coincidence”” is stage 2. Stage 3 is “a former form she might have acquired if she ‘didn’t made a certain misstep’,” according to the author.

She will emerge as she does in Stage 2 three years after one of the pathways in Tsukihime Remake ends, according to the profile. This could be a preview of impending new material, perhaps a follow-up narrative in Tsukihime Remake part 2. The page below is merely a sample from the profile, which includes many more specifics for those that played Tsukihime Remake.

FGO Profile for Archetype Earth / Arcueid Brunestud Teases a potential sequel

Additionally, 3-Star Alter Ego class Servant Xu Fu, a new Servant, was made public. From now till August 10, 2022, both Archetype Earth and Xu Fu are accessible in the Japanese version of FGO. The revelation trailers for both Servants are available to view below. The remix of the Tsukihime title screen BGM / main theme is most notable in the Marble Phantasm animation by Archetype Earth.

You may find their stats on the official website if you play the Japanese version of FGO and are interested in further information while you wait for the wikis to update with a complete list of the Servants. Additionally, FGO’s Japanese release will somewhat improve Quick cards in the fight system.

Arcueid appearing on FGO may be a hint that Type-Moon will eventually announce a localization for Tsukihime Remake, which is a new source of optimism for fans outside of Japan. My personal expectation is that an announcement will be made soon after the December 8, 2022, publication of Mahotsukai no Yoru aka Witch On The Holy Night. Mahoyo will include an English localization for the first time ever in its PS4, Switch version.

Another Type-Moon Times broadcast was also offered as a last point. At 0:00 JST on August 8, it will take place. As guests, a number of seiyuu will make an appearance, including Ryosuke Kanemoto, Chika Anzai, and Yusuke Kobayashi (as Soujyuro Sizuki) (Tohno Shiki). The stream will include brand-new details for Melty Blood Type Lumina, Witch on the Holy Night, and Tsukihime A Piece of Blue Glass Moon.