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Mahoutsukai no Yoru

魔法使いの夜

TitleMahoutsukai no Yoru
Original title魔法使いの夜
AliasesMahoyo
LengthMedium (10 - 30 hours)
DeveloperType-Moon
PublishersType-Moon
LivingFLCL
mansu
Moon-Trad
A·T·Field & Sumisora
Hollow Moon
Sonako-Hako
Riffour
TypeMoonBoy
Relations
Shares characters
Fate/Extra
Tsukihime
Same setting
Fate/Stay Night
LinksWikipedia (en), Wikipedia (ja), Wikidata, VNStat

Description

“Near the end of the Showa Era. (Late 1980s)
In the old mansion rumored that a witch lives, Aoko Aozaki who just started learning sorcery and her teacher, a young mage Alice Kuonji, lived together.
But as if he was guided by an invisible string of fate, a young boy called Soujuurou Shizuki joins them and a strange communal life begins…”

“Late 1980s. The golden age full of brightness and spirits. The boy who came to the urban city passes by the two witches who live in the present”

“The boy lived a really normal life
She lived with pride and confidence
The girl lived hidden as if she’s asleep”

[From Tech Gian Magazine translation at Akihabara Channel]

Mini reviews

By onetrueemiya on 2020-10-05r21806Vote: 9.5
<report>So once upon a time, in an age long forgotten, FGO didn't exist and Type-Moon used to be good. Mahoyo was the second-last work they put out which I consider to be good, and what a work it is. Do not be driven away by its lack of voice acting and its admittedly anti-beginner-friendly prose; this is probably objectively Nasu's most well-written work by a large margin.

If you're here for Nasu usual chuuni stuff, you've got it. SoL has also vastly improved. He also pulls off the Aoko-Alice-SJR trio so well even as a Fate-biased person I have to tip my (sword-filled) fedora and call them the best characters ever written by him. SJR is amazing. Aoko is wonderful. Alice is my angel.

Kinomi did nothing wrong.

But yeah, can we talk about the lack of a sequel? No? Back to ignoring FGO it is.
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