One year after the events of Tsukihime, Shiki Tohno is a victim of an accident. After this accident, Shiki awakens into a strange dream wherein he repeats the same day over and over. There are infinitely many endings to the day, but it always begins anew after each day. Eventually, Shiki discovers that he must find Len, the creator of the dream, if he wishes to escape.
<report>Kagetsu Tohya came as more of a pleasant surprise at first, but as i reflected on it, being someone who found the original Tsukihime's scenario ultimately contrived in its struggle to form a cohesive story across its five routes, it only started to make more sense that this setting would be at home in a more disjointed fan(fun?)disc format, one where the leading mysteries of the story serve more as a hub for as many individual branches and laid back episodic adventures as nasu wanted to fit in without the need for much justification or causality. It's intrinsically reliant on knowledge of the original, but i enjoyed how they went about fleshing out the same few characters a hell of a lot... Read more »