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Welcome to StudentTransfer#

StudentTransfer is a collaborative visual novel project originating from TFGamesSite.

An ordinary high school student named John comes across an object of immense power on an otherwise ordinary day. Will he use it to pursue his own deepest desires? Or will he and his friends be caught between forces they don’t understand?

This VN was inspired by Press-Switch, but has since developed into its own entity, with a whole bunch of people contributing to it.

It is hosted at TFGamesSite, where its primary community resides and most development resources are hosted.

Student Transfer is, first of all, a community effort and new members are always welcome to help contribute and expand the Student Transfer universe.

This website serves as an easily accessible repository of knowledge about the inner workings of the game, specifically aimed at the core developers of StudentTransfer as well as scenario authors.

Getting Started#

Most people will likely be interested in the Scenario Guide first and foremost. Asset pack authors might want to reference the Custom Characters section specifically.

How to use this Website#

The documentation is structured according to the overview visible on the left-hand of this page. It can be browsed like any other website. When navigating to a specific section, the subsections of that part will appear on the right-hand-side so they can be navigated more quickly.

Each section and subsection will show an anchor symbol (#) on mouseover. Clicking the anchor will set the URL to a permalink to that specific section which can be then shared across different mediums and always takes visitors to that specific part of the page.

Additionally, the website can be searched via the searchbar up top, which can be activated either by directly clicking it or pressing the F or S keys.

The website supports mobile browsers, evident by the fact that you can probably read this.


At the bottom of each page navigation arrows can be found. These will move to the next or the previous topic respectively to make navigation easier. If you don't know where to start, follow these arrows for the full tour.

Last update: November 27, 2020