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After the final episode, when Alucard returns after consuming Schrodinger and killing every other soul in his consciousness, he is, as described by Schrodinger, everywhere and nowhere, both alive and dead but at the same time neither. He can exist wherever he wishes, and thus theoretically speaking, he could exist inter-dimensionally, as well physically and ...


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This wiki has the following note about Alucard's immortality (may contain some spoilers): Since there is no official answer to this, I would describe ALucard, as the wikipedia page does: Alucard is the closest thing to immortal. This is a perfect description that suits him well, until it is revealed is he really immortal, or not.


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From the Hellsing Wiki: It is also currently unknown whether or not Walter's brainwashing by Millennium was consensual, or if he was brainwashed against his will. However, on the same page, it is also stated that In chapter 75 of the Hellsing manga, Sir Hugh Irons, the acting leader of the Convention of Twelve, comes to the conclusion that Walter ...


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If you recall from the OVA and manga, during dream sequences, the appearance of the gun's so-called "spirit" bears a strong resemblance to Baron Harkonnen from the David Lynch adaptation of Dune. This is strongly implied to be a tribute/reference to the Dune series (or at least the movie).


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Hellsing (2001) was based on the manga but contained significant differences, though the character design was similar and the names were the same. The setting was the same as the setting in the manga, but the plot was entirely different. Hellsing (2006) or Hellsing Ultimate was an OVA that shared the same plot as the manga, following it much more closely ...


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Alucard has so called release states those make him less weak. In the manga (Chapter 9 Page 23), when he uses them the first time, you can clearly see that a lot of eyes open on his whole body. The eyes that you see on the picture are most likely the same ones. The reason why he has them is unknown. It could be that all those eyes belonged to other humans ...


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According to the Hellsing Wikia he was born in 1431. That makes him 582 years old today. But it also states that he was 568 years old in 1999, and 599 after a time skip. [...]Born in 1431, [...] He is arguably the first vampire that ever existed. 568 (1999),599 (time skip)


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According to the Schrödinger page at the Hellsing Wiki, his abilities are: Abilities: Can spontaneously appear and disappear at will. Unable to be killed as long as he wills it. Invulnerability. Immortality. It's not clearly explained what it means for him to "will" it. I guess his head can't be blown off if he doesn't wish it to be or if it happens, he ...


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While people believe that Alucard is immortal, he says that he isn't, and we are later shown that this is because the only reason he is back from the dead is because he uses the enormous supply of souls he has absorbed throughout his unlife. However, at the end, he may have gained the ability to revive freely thanks to Schrodinger's powers. By saying that ...


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According to the hellsing-wiki: 568 (1999), 599 (time skip)


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That will be Letzte Bataillon from the Hellsing OVA I-V Soundtrack “Nazi CD”. It's listed as song number 2.


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He's just as dead at the one Alucard killed/consumed. Physically dead, but he kinda lives on inside Seras' blood/soul. If you'll remember, Alucard summons a lot of people he had killed and uses their powers in the last episode, it's the same here with pip. He'll be completely dead when Seras kills him from with her, like Alucard did with all his captured ...


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As far as I have read the manga, I think it's not a learned ability, but rather a power to show that by drinking Pip's blood, she became a full-fledged vampire, so her body started to heal and she became more powerful. Also it seems that the tendril acts on instinct rather than her direct will. Hope this helped.


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Schrodinger specifically said, in that very scene, that blood freely given is an entirely different matter than just taking it. Alucard has the same tendrils when he releases restraints, and I think it's the souls of people vampires have fed off of. Since Pip offered his blood, I think it allowed his soul to act independently and aid Seras, as well as ...


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Actually, Walter wasn't brainwashed and he wasn't exactly Millennium's servant either, if not he would not have protected Integra. He only wanted to do his job as a vampire hunter, and kill Alucard. He first met Alucard during World War II; they were allies then. He knew he wasn't strong enough at that time to match strength against Alucard, since he was ...


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Seras Victoria experiences repeated visions of Baron Vladimir Harkonnen from the David Lynch film "Dune" claiming to be to be the spirit of her gun. As far as I can tell, there's no canon [sic] explanation for the reason why it chooses to manifest itself in this particular way, aside from the fact that her gun is actually called The Harkonnen (which is ...


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Well, the track is #22 on the RUINS album (in Japanese, the track is titled 「予期せぬ出来事」 Yoki Senu Dekigoto). The associated album scans don't have track lengths printed on them, but the enterprising user who entered the track listing on VGMdb indicated that the track was 0:59 in length. I figure that's probably the whole track. Some random Japanese reviewer ...


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I'm going to run with the assumption that you mean which goes more in depth with certain things. And even then I'd have to say neither really. I own the manga and have watched both anime and they all seem to have the same amount of focus and detail. The anime is just longer and more drawn out because it's an anime. It was clarified that you probably meant ...


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This fictional pentagram is the seal of the Hellsing family. The pentagram on the back of Alucard's (a hellsing character) glove is inscribed: "Hellsing - Hell's Gate arrested - Gott Mit Uns (God With Us) - And shine heaven now." The runes are written in the Trithemian (Thebean) alphabet, and the other symbols are a combination of Japanese, Kanji (or, ...


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You got 2 pentagrams in the center, symbolising most probably his duality, since he is evil but hunts evil beings. Near the triangles, you see 5 symbols, with represents in a way or another the pentagram. The "PSI" sign can be linked to the spirit, psychē (meaning “breath, principle of life, life, soul,”. As a deduction, the rest are also symbols of the ...


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Here is what makes her special. Unlike other vampire who run around just killing random people and do what the want, Seras works for Hellsing, they have a reputation for dealing with stuff like the supernatural. Not to mention (as far as we know) She was the first person to be turned by Alucard(if any other people have been turned they were never mention nor ...


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It's called Kannouteki Yuuwaku No Wana Ni Hamatta Hidariashi (trans.: Left Foot Trapped In A Sensual Seduction) by Yasushi Ishii, also called as Alucard's Theme. It's the 6th song on the first OST CD titled Raid.


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The Hellsing organization is part of the Anglican Church. Whether the Anglican Church is Catholic or Protestant is a bit of a complicated question. To start with, while there is a "Catholic church" (it's the common short name for the Roman Catholic Church in English), there's no corresponding "Protestant church". There are multiple Protestant denominations, ...


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You have 2 questions here, and so there are 2 answers to provide. Your first question, Why did Walter want to kill Alucard, has little to no real revealed reasons. The Wiki article for Walter C Dornez Has one quote that offers Alucards belief why. Alucard goes on to present what he believes is the reason for Walter's betrayal; his fear of becoming old ...


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The oldest known vampire is alucard. He came to be a vampire by drinking the blood of the fallen from a battlefieled thus dropping his belief in god and turning into an unholy creature.


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The potential to do so was always in Seras but she manifested superior vampire abilites due to the fact of drinking blood for the first time. After that she completed her "inner path" to become a full fledged vampire.


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The way I understand it, is that the vampires in the Hellsing series (at least Alucard and Seras) have a third eye. This allows them to see things far better than a human. Perhaps Alucard has multiple "third eyes" that make him able to see attacks coming from every where. It's kinda like how people say that mom's can see from the back of their heads.


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Alucard sounds semi-immortal, unlike true immortals, who will never ever die, Alucard can indeed die, so long as he wishes it, or if he is killed by some kind of immortal slaying weapon (for example, supernatural weapons specifically designed to kill semi-immortal beings). The best way to defeat an immortal is by sealing them, basically separating them from ...


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