Relationships - ALUCARD
Discover ideas about Seras Victoria. 無題 . Seras VictoriaHellsing Alucard Relationship GoalsRelationshipsCannonFan ArtAnime CouplesHermesVideo. Arthur Hellsing was Alucard's previous master before Integra Hellsing. Nothing is known about their relationship, although it's possible that Alucard respected. Seras was turned into a vampire by Alucard to save her from a would-be fatal gunshot no, master and slave is the relationship between Alucard and Integra'. . points out that she had killed the "innocents" as well as the targets with her shot.
NOT for readers under the age of 18! Partners Rated MA for language, violence, adult content and strong sexual content First in a series of stories: But she gets more than she bargained for when she learns that her new partner is none other than Hellsing's top vampire slayer Homecoming Rated MA for language, violence and graphic violence, torture, adult content and strong sexual content Second in the series: So he and Seras, now his fledgling, must travel to his homeland to take care of the problem.
Twisted Shadows Rated MA for language, violence and graphic violence, torture, occult themes, adult content and strong sexual content Third in the series: Two newcomers to a club called Dark Oasis suddenly go missing. When their bodies are later discovered it is learned they are the victims of vampires Hellsing is charged with taking care of the problem. But the vampire known as Demir and his mate Aiesha have a dark evil on their side giving them the power to avoid being detected by other vampires, even Alucard.
Their goal, to ressurect the dark mistress of all demons, Lilith.
It is up to Alucard and Seras, who has now come into her own as a true vampire, to stop the fiendish pair from executing their plans. Alucard goes on to present what he believes is the reason for Walter's betrayal; his fear of becoming old and useless. To prove his abilities to himself, Walter desired to destroy Alucard, and allowed this obsession to consume him. This however has one flaw, in that Walter planned to die regardless of success or not in the end.
Why he planned to die is unknown, but it was guaranteed for reasons I will mention later. This means that this reasoning was not the truth when Walter attacked, but it may have been the reasoning when he began.
It was heavily hinted that Walter began his betrayal when he was about 14 years old, and first witnessed Alucard's power. Alternately, it is possible that the Captain's later enhancements were much improved over those from however, judging from the fact that Walter's wires had exactly the same effect on him in as they did inthis is rather unlikely.
His speed and agility are of particular note, and even in his old age he was able to dodge bullets from assault rifles. In his youth, Walter displayed great acrobatic skill and even as a senior citizen he still can perform exceptional feats of balance and coordination.
His strength is also considerable, when the transformed Walter first appears in the manga, his micro-filaments wrap around several buildings and slice them in half, with no evidence of any physical strain on Walter's part. Walter's primary weapons are a set of very long microfilament razor wires, which he controls as if they were extensions of his own body.
The wires are sharp enough to slice through steel and concrete with no trouble though he can use them to bind and restrain targets without damaging them. Also, he can create extensive movements of the wires with very little bodily movement; a simple hand gesture can enable him to cut down scores of foes. When turned into an artificial vampire by Millennium, all of his abilities were restored to their full extent and augmented far beyond it.
In his final battle with Alucard, he demonstrated previously unseen abilities with his wires, including stopping a high fall slicing several buildings in half in the processforming mesh shields to block bullets, and binding targets and controlling them as puppets. Formidable as his new form was, the rushed and flawed transformation procedure rendered his body highly unstable.
This manifested by his growing increasingly younger until he resembled his fourteen-year-old self. At this point, he could no longer withstand bodily harm, and later his right arm crumbled apart. In his final moments before dying, he reverted to his original, aged body.
While experienced with AK as his weapon of choice, Bernadotte can be a narrow-minded womanizer with a compulsive smoking habit.
Bernadotte and the Wild Geese were hired by Walter in the aftermath of Hellsing's military form slaughtered by the Valentine Brothers and their Ghouls. While Bernadotte initially refuses to believe in vampires during his first debrief, he is quickly put in his place when Seras nearly breaks his skull by merely flicking him with her fore-finger.
Soon after, flirty with the latter on a regular basis, Bernadotte supports Alucard and Seras during their mission in Brazil where Pip and Seras started to bond. During Millennium's attack on London, Bernadotte and his men suffer losses due as they and Seras attempt to defend Hellsing manor from Zorin Blitz's forces. Though already severely injured, Bernadotte tries to save Seras from Zorin before the Millennium member impales him.
After finally getting Seras to kiss him, Bernadotte tells her to suck his blood to save herself by awakening her full vampire abilities. The act results with Bernadotte becoming Seras's Familiar as his memories enable her to resist Zorin's attack before killing her.
Later, during Seras's fight with the Captain, Bernadotte makes his presence known as he advises Seras in her fight before manifesting from her body to land the deathblow for his Seras. Iscariot[ edit ] The Iscariot Organization, also known as Vatican Section XIII, is a top-secret wing of the Vatican charged with the active pursuit and extermination of supernatural entities and heretics.
Iscariot also has a bitter rivalry with the Hellsing Organization, as it is Protestant in nature like the rest of London. During Hellsing's battle against Millennium's invasion of London, Iscariot followed suit as part of a power mad Enrico Maxwell's scheme to wipe both factions alongside Londoners caught in the crossfire.
However, due to Alucard's familiars wiping out Maxwell and his amassed army followed by the deaths of Father Anderson and Yumie, Iscariot lost much of its strength as it would be decades before the organization is strong enough to rival Hellsing again with Makube as the new leader and Heinkel being the new top enforcer.
The reason for this was that Anderson's body was genetically modified into being a Regenerator, a superhuman able to fight supernatural creatures. Anderson's mission as a monster hunter, which reflects his own personal beliefs, is also the destruction of Alucard and the Hellsing organization. Anderson's arsenal includes blessed bayonets and the use of holy barriers to corner his quarry.
He has a Scottish accent in the English adaptations of the manga and anime series, but canonically his nationality is unknown; he lives in Italy, where he operates an orphanage. He also has a large, wedge-shaped scar on his left cheek. In the first televised anime series, he was depicted with prominent, sharp canines, possibly to heighten his resemblance to a vampire and make him a symbolic counterpart to Alucardthe "tame monster" of the Hellsing Organization.
Anderson is quite an imposing man, being very tall slightly taller than Alucard, who himself is over 2 meters in height and lean with broad shoulders.Hellsing Ultimate Seras Victoria vs Zorin Blitz BD 1080p [Part 2] [ENG DUB] - [Ultimate Quality]
He wears round glasses, a large grey cassock has purple trim in the TV series and white trim with blue interior in the OVAgrey pants black in the OVA and white in the TV seriesblack boots, a black shirt black with blue trim in the OVA and white in the TV seriesa clerical collar absent from both of the anime serieswhite gloves, and a silver cross which often glows gold in the OVA around his neck.
On his gloves, there are inscriptions written across the crosses drawn on the back: The character Father Barre portrayed by Michael Gothard, an exorcist and wild instigator depicted in Ken Russell's The Devils a dramatisation of Urbain Grandierhas been cited as a possible inspiration for Father Anderson. Personality[ edit ] Alexander Anderson normally appears as a calm and collected priest; he works at an orphanage in the manga and OVA and acts very kindly towards the children under his care.
During battles, however, he reveals a darker side. Anderson carries an obsession for what appears to be his " crusade ," and compulsively quotes passages of the Holy Bible as he speaks. He is extremely determined to achieve his end, however, he abhors the methods chosen by Maxwell to put it in motion. In battle, he is merciless and almost unstoppable due to his abilities. He has a habit of hissing during fights, and often loses all control of himself much like Alucard.
Despite this, he can stop himself and focus on his mission. He has a measure of self-restraint when innocents are caught in the middle like tourists or when someone has caught his admiration as Integra did. Beliefs[ edit ] Alexander Anderson is an ardent Catholic. His words and his constant quoting of scripture indicate a clear, almost fanatical obedience towards "the word of God".
His behavior in the first volume was depicted as an intense Catholic priest, who went as far as calling Integra "Babylon", as a reference to Whore of Babylonand displayed an immense hatred for Protestants like Integra. In the first episode of Hellsing Ultimatesome of Anderson's statements heavily imply a fanatical hatred for all non-Catholics. Anderson tells a pair of young boys that they should only engage in violence against "monsters and non-believers," and comments to his superiors that it is fortunate that a large vampire population must be killing many English Protestants.
Anderson resents the control of England over Northern Ireland, which he believes is Catholic territory, and states that it is his mission to kill unbelievers. In the TV series, Order 3: Sword Dancer, Paladin Alexander Anderson's actions are vaguely relativist.
He ignores his true mission, and instead focuses on the basic requirements of his crusade; thus, attacking Seras VictoriaAlucard and killing Captain Gareth of the Hellsing Organization, though Gareth was a human being and attempting to exterminate the same target as Alexander Anderson.
While his orders from Iscariot specified the extermination of a single rogue vampire, he engages in combat with Alucard as well. In the manga and by extension, the OVA, which is closer to the manga than the TV serieshowever, his character is much more complex. He shows a greater sense of morality both in his treatment of the orphans under his care and his eventual assistance to Integra and betrayal of Enrico Maxwell who becomes drunk with power and starts killing innocent humansquite unlike the TV series Anderson who is portrayed as little more than a mindless, psychotic killer.
His complexity in the manga is later demonstrated by his respect for Integra's conviction and for Seras's bravery.
Specifically, he agrees to escort Integra to Hellsing HQ, because it would be impolite to leave a lady to walk there alone.
Anderson tells the members of Iscariot to retreat from battle when Alucard releases his familiars, wanting them to live on and protect the Catholic religion; as he believed there are already enough souls in limbo. He also appears to have a form of respect for Alucard, shouting "The black peril comes!
In his final moments, Anderson consoled his grieving rival in his own way, telling him that monsters do not cry. In the TV series, Alucard refers to Anderson as a "dog of the Church" and is neither human nor monster and is therefore incapable of killing him, only a human can do that.
In the manga and OVA, however, Alucard shows great respect for Anderson and goes so far as to compare him to the men who were able to defeat Dracula Integra's grandfather, Abraham Van Helsing and the other men from Bram Stoker's Draculastating that although they were mere humans they possessed the will to destroy a monster such as Alucard. This changes, however, when Anderson chooses to use the Nail of Helena on himself in order to become a monster on an equal level to Alucard.
At this point Alucard rules that Anderson, having sacrificed all of his humanity in exchange for power, is no longer worthy of destroying him and that Anderson must be killed. Alucard had previously stated that he would be proud to die in battle against Anderson, but clearly Anderson forfeited that right by turning himself into a monster rather than a regenerating human. Abilities[ edit ] Anderson wielding a bayonet In battle, Alexander Anderson is often depicted using scores of blessed bayonets presumably made of silver as well as smaller blades which are held between his fingers like claws.
He is shown to have extraordinary physical abilities, including strength, speed, and stamina. He is shown using pages from bibles as barriers to ward off vampire movement, and also appears to be able to teleport himself amongst clouds of bible pages.
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Anderson is a "Regenerator", meaning he utilizes Iscariot-developed technology that allows him to restore body parts that are lost and heal himself this ability does not work in his battle with Alucard in OVA part 8, due to Alucard injuring him with the Jackal - an oversized pistol especially designed to be used against "Regenerators".
When using the nail of Helena his body becomes a mass of thorns and his healing factor has become more advance to the point it rivals Alucard's as well as burning unholy beings enhanced his strength and speed.
The cost is however is losing his self as it caused him to become a mindless plant monster and can only be killed by removing his nail pierced heart where he returned to normal before dying. He is also shown to be a more charismatic and more morally right as a leader compared to Maxwell. History[ edit ] The early history of Alexander Anderson is largely unknown, such as when he joined Iscariot or what his childhood life was like.
Supposedly his history is revealed in the manga Angel Dust, however, given that Hirano has not made any definite links to his past works this is uncertain.