They are served in this cause by Alucard - a super-powered ubervampire who enjoys the chance to pit his strength against anything and everything that gets in his way. Ostensibly, the main character is Seras Victoria, the last member of a British police squad wiped out by a priest-turned-vampire in the village of Cheddar; when the vampire took her hostage, Alucard killed him by shooting through Seras and then turned her into a vampire. In reality, the star of the show is Alucard; quite blatantly revealed to be Dracula who was made to swear an oath of allegiance to Van Helsing after being beaten, and then scientifically upgraded into something far more monstrous than any vampire. Differences between Pure and Geneon[ edit ] The Pure canon is The fight scenes are epic and awesome, but the interactions between characters often devolve into gags and goofball humor, complete with standard cutesy chibification scenes. However, it concludes with an epic finale story involving London being blitzed by an army of Nazi survivors and Neo-Nazis turned vampires, led by superpowerful monstrous captains, only it was all an epic ploy to get Alucard weak enough that they could finally kill him off.
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Defeat Millennium succeeded. Serve the Hellsing Family for eternity. Find a human strong enough to kill him ongoing, not sure if he ever succeeded or not. A coward and an incompetent, incapable of doing anything on your own. You are not worthy of the lowest pits of Hell! He is extremely loyal to his master Integra Hellsing , the long time friend of Walter C. Dornez and is affectioned to his fledgling Seras Victoria. He is a vampire hunter due to being the servant of the Hellsing family and has been modified to stand against his own kind.
Although considered to be anti-hero, Alucard is a remorseless and pitiless vampire who has no qualms about being a monster and taking lives of innocence. He is arguably the first vampire that ever existed. During the whole ordeal, he defiantly clenched a silver cross. When he became the Voivode of Wallachia, he launched an all-out war on the Turks which devastated both sides. Eventually, his troops were defeated, his people were killed although mostly executed by his own hands , and his homeland was set ablaze.
Vlad himself was to be executed. However, before he was beheaded, he drank of the blood from the battlefield and became a true vampire. When he accepted the powers of darkness, the silver cross he had always carried with him shattered.
Abraham Van Hellsing, Arthur Holmwood, Quincey Morris, and Jack Seward Jonathan Harker, the last member of their group, is left out of the Hellsing version of the story were able to defeat Count Dracula and killed those who served him.
Instead of finishing Dracula, Van Helsing captured him and successfully tamed him into his family servant using the combination of science and magic. Alucard, along with a year-old Walter C.
According to Sir Hugh Irons, Arthur Hellsing came to believe that Alucard was "too powerful a drug to be used as more than the occasional medicine". Alucard then blocked and shredded a bullet Richard shot at Integra, allowing Integra the opportunity to kill her uncle. She killed Richard and became the head of the Hellsing Organization, and Alucard became her most loyal servant. He meets Enrico Maxwell in a Museum where Integra has a meeting with him and then was about to fight Anderson if it had not been for Seras.
Alucard uses his. He then later appears alongside Integra and Walter aboard the eagle held by Rip van Winkle and easily kills her, he then laughs maniacally in Volume 5. In Volume 6, Alucard uses the Eagle to transport him back to London. Alucard knows what it is and what it does, he begs Anderson not to become a monster like him, but Anderson still used it on his heart causing him to become a Creature of Thorns and vines called a monster of God by Alucard. Later, they contiuned fighting and then Anderson used his new powers to stab Alucard and burn all his familiars.
Anderson gave words of pity to Alucard before he dies. Alucard and the others were shocked to see Walter betraying Hellsing and Integra orders Alucard to kill Walter. Alucard summons his last familiar, Luke Valentine and Walter using his wires to control him but his transformation was failing.
Walter thought he killed Alucard but actually killed Luke and Walter became so young he reverted back to his 14 year old self from the Dawn and Alucard punches him from behind this time reverting to his female form from the Dawn.
Alucard is figuring out why Walter has turned traitor, saying that his desire to kill Alucard consumed him. Alucard them absorbs all the blood from the city. Personality As he is immortal and invincible, Alucard is very cocky, arrogant, and egotistical.
He freely taunts and belittles his opponents, often allowing them to inflict seemingly fatal wounds before healing himself and obliterating his enemy. One of his favorite methods is allowing himself to literally be shot to pieces before simply flowing back together.
It could accurately be said that rather than killing his opponents, Alucard breaks them. An example can be seen in Volume 2 when Alucard fights Luke Valentine. When Luke gains an advantage over Alucard, victory seems within his grasp. The tides turn when Alucard transforms a part of himself into a hellhound. Alucard then shoots off a part of his leg telling him to regenerate them and pick up his gun and fight back.
When Luke fails to do so, Alucard devours Luke, declaring him as little more than dog food. However, even as an invincible vampire, Alucard can be taken by surprise, usually because of his arrogance. In his first meeting with Alexander Anderson , he assumed he had easily killed Anderson with a single bullet, but was caught off guard when he regenerated. Alucard was also expressed deeply disappointed that Luke was not a more worthy adversary.
In the anime, he seemed concerned with finding a worthy opponent; in the manga, however, it is revealed that he wishes to find an opponent, a human opponent, whom he can let defeat him.
However, underneath his arrogance, Alucard seems to be deeply sad and envious of humans. Over the course of his existence, Alucard has come to realize that life needs death to make it precious. Alucard chose to become a monster to obtain power and escape death, and he regrets it. All of these feelings are shown at various points throughout the series, such as when Alucard tells the Queen that she is "that same saucy filly from 50 years ago", and that she is "truly beautiful now".
His desire for a worthy opponent may be connected to his regret, as well; it could be interpreted as a desire to finally die. Appearance His usual outfit is comprised mainly in a classic Victorian fashion, including a charcoal suit, leather riding boots, and a flamboyant, intricately knotted red cravat, covered by a long, red duster. He also wears a red fedora hat with a wide, floppy brim and a pair of circular, heavily tinted, wire-framed red sunglasses with goggle sidings.
He has a vast range of supernatural techniques and is an expert gunfighter, his enhanced strength allowing him to wield pistols that most would consider heavy weaponry.
From there, the hints become much less vague, and his identity as the fictional Count Dracula is brought to light. In Volume 4, Alucard is dreaming and recalls his defeat at the hands of Abraham van Hellsing, which marked the beginning of his servitude to the Hellsing family.
In Volume 8, his full identity is made plain when Integra places his control level at zero and greets him with, "Welcome back, Count. These include his own Wallachian army, peasantry, Turkish Janissaries, war horses, and others. Throughout his battle with Anderson, Alucard frequently compares his rival to the man who defeated him years ago - Abraham van Hellsing. There are few obvious references to the character of Count Dracula. When lightning flashes, the other half of his face is revealed to be that of the Impaler.
Stabbed through his heart? The vampire Alucard. Immortality : This ability is rather ambiguous, as Alucard himself has stated that true immortality is a myth. However, what it most likely refers to is the human souls inside Alucard; it has been speculated that, when damaged with exceedingly holy weapons or a blow that might have killed or incapacitated him, is instead directed to his reservoir of souls.
Though not directly the case, after Nail of Helena Anderson destroyed the rest of Level 0, Alucard was still able to regenerate on par with him. This contradicts the souls being his supply of immortality and regeneration theory, because he had released every soul inside him to fight for, and with him, and yet was still able to regenerate, even after all of the souls were defeated by Nail of Helena Anderson.
Another possible explanation for this is he has the standard regnerative abilities of a vampire, but when damaged to a large enough extent without any familiars to use for energy, his regeneration will be hindered.
He has regenerated from a pool of blood and from being blown to shreds by gunfire, burnt to a crisp, and maimed by magic weaponry, and. When damaged to an extreme extent, his body simply turns into a shadow-like substance and reconstitutes.
He does this by using his so-called "third eye". He is also seen leaping impossible distances and can go up vertical surfaces. Shapeshifting : Alucard can transform himself or parts of himself into bats, insects, snakes, hellhounds, other human forms including a little girl, an amorphous mass of darkness, and many other forms. Alucard has four known human forms, each with different characteristics and weapons.
He also states that his form means nothing and that he can take any form that he chooses. S Eagle, although this might have been telekinesis. This could be linked to his telepathic abilities. Telekinesis : In the manga, Alucard uses telekinesis to close a door on a fleeing SWAT officer, as well as throwing six or more other SWAT officers through glass doors and navigating them to flag poles where they are impaled.
Alucard is later seen moving a broken down aircraft carrier from the Gulf of Italy to the Dover of London all in a little less than 40 minutes, only travelling at a few knots. Summoning : The ability to summon familiars, the souls of those whose blood he has sucked in a variety of forms that either sprout from his body or swarm around him as an army numbering in the millions. These familiars can also include animals such as horses and the weapons and abilities that the familiars possessed in life, but Alucard can only use this ability when Control Art Restriction System Level Zero is released.
He learns more about Millennium after absorbing Tubalcain. A theory postulates that Alucard uses the absorbed souls as energy for his immense regenerative abilities. Hibernation: Alucard is able to survive long periods of time without consuming blood, but is able to fight at a usual level of strength after drinking even the smallest bit of blood. Limitation Transcendence : His abilities and health are not in any way compromised by such things as sunlight or silver.
Either way, he is able to heal from these wounds, if not at a slower speed. Combat Experience: In addition to his superhuman abilities, Alucard also possesses centuries of combat experience. While he usually relies on crushing his opponents with sheer power, he does at times use strategy. When he fought Alhambra, Alucard used shadow duplicates to distract him, allowing Alucard to close the distance between them and deliver the death blow.
This grants him the ability to exist wherever, however, and whenever he wishes, all at the same time, although it took him 30 years to be able to use this apparent power due to the complex nature of it. Though, due to the events surrounding it, it may have simply taken that long for Alucard to be rid of the souls that restricted him from using this apparent power and his defeat during the Millennium incident.
As stated by Alucard, he rid himself of all the souls within him save one "and now I am everywhere and nowhere". Because of this, Alucard may have become completely immortal and omnipresent. However, the ghoul army formed by the devoured souls in Alucard can be one of these. Maybe by some process the Hellsing Organization made advantage of the terrifying amount of the souls restored in Alucard, and made it possible to release them on the battlefield in Control Art Restriction System Level Zero.
However, it is yet to be revealed in the ongoing Dawn series whether this assumption is true or not. All the same-sex maled victims are restored as devoured souls, but they can be summoned on the battlefield. This theory can be true for other vampires as well, if Alucard was the first vampire walking on the Earth.
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