Relationships - ALUCARD
The relationship betwen Alucard and Integra is very deep and complicated to try to explain, the thing is that Alucard would never let enything. Relationship with Alucard. They were not asked what kind of relationship they had but .. If you have any questions please ask them at the Media copyright questions page. Thank you. BetacommandBot , 7 November (UTC). As for your questions, I don't want to answer them as I have only About Alucard and Integra: "their relationship is master and servant and.
As such, Integra is the only person whom Alucard will obey. Integra is also one of few people whose life and honor Alucard will bother to openly protect. In Episode 9 Red Rose Vertigo of the television series, Alucard is moved to shock and rage when Incognito implies that Integra has been killed. Rather than stay and fight, Alucard makes a hasty return to the Hellsing manor to kill Bubbancy before she could turn Integra into a ghoul.
Dornez Alucard is Walter's closest friend.
However, when Walter betrayed Hellsing, Alucard saw him as a plaything. He once tried to offer Walter immortality as he did with Seras. Even though Walter helped and even risked his life he betrayed them, which leads Alucard and Walter to fight.
Upon his return from Rio de Jainero, they speak to each other as old friends. Alucard sees her as the "same spirited young woman he met fifty years ago," and that to his eyes, "time had made her more beautiful. Classification; Ally, Close Friend Alexander Anderson Anderson and Alucard have an intense and fiercely competitive rivalry that borders on kinship; their remarkable similarities and nature as polar opposites fuel both their intellectual and physical combat.
Anderson is often referred to as the "Monster of God" while Alucard is the "Monster who rejects God". The relationship between the two grows as the series goes on.
Books and Movies and MediaOH MY!: The Relationship between Alucard and Integra Hellsing
The two almost seem to live so that they can fight each other. When Anderson turns into a monster towards the end of the season and is defeated by Alucard, Alucard cries.
There is a sense of respect between the two because Anderson tells Alucard not to cry and points out that he Alucard became a monster so that he no longer had to cry. As The Major explains his reason for hating Alucard is because he is a monster that looks like a human and The Major is a human that looks like a monster. Demon Rin also claims Hirano said Seras' name means nothing and he invented it. Why don't you edit her section instead of babbling about Ceres symbolism that isn't there by this information?
Because we are taking the official word where the translator says there's no real "correct" way to spell her name in English. Another witness I know told me Hirano replied the Alucard and Integra question as "Master and Servant" but there's "but I don't take her words or Rin's over the official, neutral translator made by a trained professional with more years of experience and who isn't into fandom and thus doesn't have the danger to be biased and twist the original meaning.
The article certainly doesn't. None of this told what they feel about the relationship, though; Hirano didn't explain either because he wasn't asked about it. He was asked "How far will it go? Maybe next time someone can have a personal interview with the man, they could ask about him about this in particular. I don't think it matters really Relationships are always ambigous and that makes them interesting to fans. This fact could mean nothing romantic, but the typical UST Unresolved Sexual Tension that some lead characters have in most fictional works known.
It will lead nowhere but more fanservice scenes and interaction to please the huge fanbase of the pairing. I hope so because when sexual tension is resolved canonically, it tends to make their relationship boring. I edited the section to clarify this point better and added the nounces of lust and love are minor. The other topic of why I edit it Integra worries about Alucard She asked if he was alright after Anderson's attack in volume one as proof.
This is a ridiculous statement of someone who clearly hasn't even noticed how much Integra looks after every subordinate. Go back and reread, for you are obviously in need to notice Integra's not some cold-hearted harpy who doesn't care about Alucard except for giving him orders.
This is what makes Integra a better leader from Major or Maxwell who couldn't care about their people. It's one of the pillars for her character. Many famous British women Judi Dench and Julie Andrews for example are knighted rather than married to knights.
Because of this I changed it to 'normally connotes'. For one, it's riddled with mistakes, and for another it focuses on her relationship with Alucard and completely ignores her relationships with Walter and Seras.Just Integra Hellsing Being Wife Material
As of today, I removed it to stop the acts of vandalism. But her full, proper name is Integral. Just check the manga or the official OVA website. I checked the credits at the end of the OVA and you're right. When I posted that message I didn't really payed attention to them. By the way, the anime does feature her name as integura.
That's what confused me. Though it says clearly in the manga he did that years ago, not in the current time, including some inapropriate words such as "dog", and others. Also a badly chosen comparement: She was there to serve the Hellsing organization and had been improving.
But, nothing was ever good enough for him, nothing she could do ever earned praise. There were times when he had shown the capacity to be kind. But, those times were few, and usually followed up with some verbal slight of her or to something she had done wrong.
There were times were it almost seemed like he wanted to protect her as well. Times were he had suffered greatly on what seemed to be on her behalf. Those thoughts constantly plagued the young vampire as she had time to think over that had happened since she had been turned. Every act of kindness, every moment that he seemed to be there for her, could be countered with another reason why he was their and for his actions.
Both times against the mad priest Anderson there was a duality to his actions that confused Seras to no end. He had shown up in the nick of time to save her, but at the same time never seemed concerned with her condition, only to fully focus on fighting the priest to an utter stand still.
Seras shook her head not wanting to try and decode the mixed messages that she had received at Alucard's actions. You'll just end up with no answers and a headache,' she thought as she continued to wonder on the subject of her master. Seras rolled over to her side as she continued to think on the questions that came to her mind. Why was she here? What was her purpose? And, how did she fit in with the only being that could truly understand what she was going through and why had he turned her in the first place?
Some questions had finally come into a wide scope with the recent developments. She was here to serve her new home, to serve under Integra as a protector of England from the undead. At first she thought that the relationship between her and Integra might have been as bad as her and Alucard. Integra was not happy with Alucard bringing her home as a vampire. As well Integra, in the beginning, seemed to stay in a cold manner when it came to Seras. Yes, Integra was not too happy with Seras when she refused to drink her blood, but the tone seemed to change after Seras began to improve in her duties.
Integra seemed to be responding better to Seras as time progressed. The only hitch was when Integra was harmed and Seras could do nothing about the situation.
She had been stalled in the hallway by a brainwashed Walter and could not make it past the retired Angel of Death. Luckily, or maybe unluckily, Alucard had shown up to finish of the vampire before either Integra or Seras were truly harmed.
Once Seras was free she dashed to Integra's office praying that the Hellsing leader had not been harmed. When she got to the office she found Integra with a knife at her neck.
Seras had tried to stop Integra but could not get to her in time. After Integra had been attended to she could see that look in Alucard's eyes. The look he had given he so many times before, the look that almost said out loud, "You failed again.
She could see it in his eyes, could see the great respect and care that Alucard had for the leader of Hellsing. She had run from his presence feeling that his eyes would never look at her the same way. She was not jealous of Integra but disappointed that her master did not see her as worthy.
It was after this that she began to try her best to excel at her job.