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Alucard ist eine fiktive Figur und der Anti-Helden-Protagonist der von Kouta Hirano geschaffenen Manga- und Anime-Serie Hellsing. Er ist ein Vampir und widmet sich ganz dem derzeitigen Oberhaupt der Familie Hellsing und guten Freunden mit Walter. Alucard ist ein Ananym des Namens Dracula. Erstmals verwendet wurde diese Namensspielerei in dem US-amerikanischen Film Son of Dracula () von. Alucard (Ananym von Dracula) ist das Ergebnis von über Jahren Forschung der Hellsing. In the name of my Mother, I will defeat you again! - Alucard zu seinem Vater Dracula in Castlevania: Symphony of the Night. Alucard, dessen richtiger Name Adrian. My favorite monster is the vampire and there are a lot of awesome vampires, Lestat, Eric, etc but by far my favorite vampire is Hellsing's Alucard. Anime Paare​.

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Fujimoto and I. Alucard's subsequent appearances would largely be designed by Ayami Kojima , who managed the character designs for Symphony of the Night and Aria of Sorrow among others.

Alucard is a man physically in his late teens with long white blond hair. His most recurring garb is the one from Castlevania: Symphony of the Night.

Fitting with that game's setting, Alucard wears 18th century style clothing. He wears a black colored jacket consisting of side seams held together by four square brooches that run down vertically and a belt.

Around his neck he wears a large white cravat. Over the jacket Alucard wears a long overcoat with a decorative pattern.

Over his other garments he also wears a cape that resembles Bela Lugosi's. The weapon that Alucard usually is portrayed with is the Alucard Sword , a family heirloom from his mother.

His only visible piece of clothing is a cape. Alucard's look more closely resembles that of a vampire than his later depictions; fangs, pointy ears and long finger nails are clearly visible.

The cape was the only trait that carried over to later designs. Alucard, at first glance, looks like a cool individual of few words and strong determination.

However, he also endures great suffering because of his blood curse, a curse to roam the world forever fighting and he suffered deeply due to the death of his mother Lisa, by human hands in which made him feel cold and bitterness toward humans.

Alucard is pessimistic, always has a plan for everything, leaves nothing to chance and will do everything necessary to end Dracula regardless of the cost.

Alucard always seems to stay away from the people around him, given his vampiric condition. He decided to completely exile himself from the world under an eternal sleep.

He did not awake from it until Symphony of the Night. It also seems that he forges camaraderie quickly in precarious situations, and also the assistance provided as a minor character in Dracula's Curse.

In Symphony of the Night , Alucard feels completely responsible for dealing with Dracula, whatever the consequences.

Speaking to Maria , he is indifferent about Richter being under evil control. Alucard bids a cold goodbye to Richter and Maria at the end of Symphony.

Though he forges little human attachment, it is notable that when the Succubus posed as his mother Lisa , Alucard's emotions flared.

Alucard also does not withhold his feelings to fight once more against his father, who at the end of the battle quotes some sentences spoken by his mother.

Alucard will offer to join Trevor 's party after being defeated. He is a tall character and his primary weapon is 1, 2 or 3 Balls of Destruction , depending on how many weapon upgrades he has collected.

Alucard can take the form of a bat consuming hearts with time , allowing him to fly over hazardous areas and reach normally inaccessible areas.

Alucard's sole sub-weapon is the Stopwatch. Alucard is the main playable character in this game, which is the first time a non-Belmont has taken the lead, as well as the first time the lead does not utilize a whip.

His primary weapon is now a sword, although he can find and equip many different types of weapons. He still has his Balls of Destruction now called "Hellfire" , but instead of being his primary attack method, they are one of the many spells that he is able to cast at any time using magic, provided the player knows the button combination needed to cast them.

He gains many abilities and equipment throughout the game, a trait that all subsequent 2-D lead role characters would share.

Alucard does not appear as a playable character in this game. He has used a secret identity and is called Arikado in the game.

He tells the lead character, Soma Cruz , that he must go to the Castle Keep. Although his true origin is heavily implied during various cut scenes, Arikado's identity is never openly revealed within this game, such as Yoko almost saying his real name before correcting herself.

An early hint is that during the beginning of Aria of Sorrow , he uses Soul Steal. This makes it easier for anyone who played Symphony of the Night to recognize him for who and for what he is; that and Yoko almost referring to him as "Aluc-" before correcting herself.

Another hint is that in the true ending, Arikado thanks Soma in his mother's memory. Only Alucard's mother is related to Dracula.

However, it is in Dawn of Sorrow that his identity is fully established to be Alucard, when in Julius Mode he shows up in the Demon Guest House in his real form, as well as additional info in the Library menu.

He also has his main abilities from Dracula's Curse as sub-weapons. He can change himself into a bat or use Hellfire Hellfire does not cause him to teleport like in Symphony of the Night.

Galamoth plots to send the Time Reaper from 10, years in the future into the past to destroy his rival Dracula and change history.

A man named Aeon discovers this and pulls together champions from different eras of history into a dimensional rift, in order to find a chosen one capable of destroying Galamoth's servant, the Time Reaper.

Alucard is one of these warriors. The time period Alucard is taken from is sometime after Castlevania: Symphony of the Night.

He is seeking a way to destroy Dracula permanently. After being pulled into the time rift, his desire was to fight and defeat his father at his full strength.

Alucard's appearance is based on his design from Symphony of the Night , but now takes on a more knightly appearance.

His weapon of choice is a broadsword. Alucard's theme in Castlevania: Judgment is Dracula's Castle. A short trailer was shown at the Tokyo Game Show that hinted of a new Castlevania game in development.

The trailer showed Alucard with glowing red eyes and using his blood to spawn a red rapier-type weapon. With the announcement of Castlevania: Lords of Shadow as the next installment in the series and no further information on this trailer, the project is assumed to be canceled.

Alucard is the protagonist of Castlevania Puzzle: Encore of the Night , which is a puzzle game that retells the events of Castlevania: Symphony of the Night.

He is the only character who can be played in Story Mode and can also be played as or against in Arcade Mode. Alucard appears in the co-op game Castlevania: Harmony of Despair much as he does in Castlevania: Symphony of the Night.

He is able to collect most of his swords, clubs and shields. He is able to use his spells, but unable to use sub-weapons. Unlike his appearance in Symphony of the Night , however, Alucard cannot turn into a bat at all.

His mist form serves as his Personal Skill and his wolf form only appears as a replacement for the slide kick that other characters possess in-game.

His first encounter with Trevor involves a fight scene that plays identically to his battle with Simon Belmont in Castlevania Judgment.

Alucard appears in several scenes, including a battle with a skeleton, finding a sword to wield and using a telescope. He joins Trevor and Sypha during Dracula battles.

Alucard's appearance is based on his design from Castlevania: Symphony of the Night. His weapon of choice is once again a broadsword.

Project 51 Productions obtained the rights from Konami to create a movie based on Castlevania. The project went on a long hiatus and it eventually came to light in the form of a Netflix animated series, with the first four episodes released on July 7, , and a second season with eight episodes released on October 26, A ten-episode third season was greenlit by Netflix and released on March 5, Alucard makes an appearance as an "Assist Trophy", a secondary character who, when summoned by the titular item, will fight on the player's behalf for a short period of time.

His design is based on his portrayal in Symphony of the Night. He is one of the toughest Assist Trophies but appears rarely in combat and cannot be summoned on some stages featuring mirrors such as the Wii Fit Studio.

Upon arrival, Alucard targets enemies of the player who summoned him. If attacked, Alucard may dodge a hit with his Mist Form.

Like most other Assist Trophies, Alucard may be hit and ejected from the stage, granting a point to the player who beat him.

Alucard is the only third-party character to appear in Palutena's Guidance a conversation between Palutena and Pit that can be triggered by the player to get information on characters when the player is facing against Richter.

In the Guidance, Alucard alludes to his promise to his mother Lisa on her deathbed , as well as Richter's possession by Shaft , and also alludes to his status as an Assist Trophy.

Pit also expresses fear regarding Alucard draining his blood, although Alucard made clear that, aside from his promise to his mother, he disliked the taste of blood and thus wouldn't have drunk his blood anyway.

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Dwell there for all eternity! He then shoots a Jackal round at the nail itself, only for the bullet to be stopped in mid-flight by Anderson's vines.

Anderson, smiling, then leaps into the air and casts a bayonet at Alucard's head, impaling him and doing the first real damage to ever be dealt to him.

Vines erupt from the blade in Alucard's head and set him aflame, burning his horde of familiars which is just an extension of his form as well.

Alucard then has flashbacks concerning his past possibly his life flashing before him , and relives it form and charges Anderson.

Anderson attempts to stop him with more vines but to no avail; Alucard plunges his hand into Anderson's chest, removes both the Nail and Anderson's heart, and rips him in half.

As Anderson's pieces fall, Alucard closes his hand upon the heart and the Nail, destroying them both. Instead of gloating or laughing as with his other defeated foes, Alucard is overcome by grief and screams at Anderson for making the same mistake that he did and starts to sob under his breath.

Anderson quietly laughs, however, and says to Alucard "Monsters don't cry. And that's why you became one, isn't it? So you wouldn't have to.

The scene of mourning is then interrupted by a rejuvenated Walter descending from the sky onto Anderson's crumbling remains.

Walter explains to his former family how he has betrayed Hellsing of his own free will, and Alucard tells him sorrowfully that his old body was far more beautiful than his new, immortal one.

As he sadly kneels in Anderson's ashes, Walter shouts at him to stand up and fight. Alucard then asks Integra to reaffirm her kill order which she does, to the delight of not only Alucard but The Major and Walter as well.

Walter initially seems to have the upper hand since most of Alucard's fighting methods are useless against him. When he is about to use the Jackal against Walter, the pistol is revealed to be made by Millennium as The Doctor uses his remote to destroy it.

Alucard then creates a hellhound out of his body, nicknamed "Baskerville" by Walter, who cuts it in half. A disgusted and confused Luke Valentine crawls out of its body, much to the amusement of Alucard.

The hound's corpse and Luke are both then hijacked by Walter's wires , and he begins to control them like puppets. As he uses them, however, Walter's wires go slack and he coughs up blood due to his hasty transformation.

Alucard then shoots the controlled Luke and dispatches the hound after being bitten in half by it. Walter then re-engages a regenerated Alucard himself, cutting his arms and legs off, slicing his torso in half, and suspending him in the middle of the room with wires.

After collapsing and regressing in age, Walter then picks up a piece of re-bar and impales what he believes to be Alucard through the heart with it.

In actuality, it was only the body of Luke Valentine disguised as Alucard who, now in the form of a young girl, snappishly punches Walter.

This blow causes Walter to revert back to his year-old body, with Alucard theorizing as to the cause of his regression.

Alucard then taunts Walter, telling him that he was afraid of becoming old and useless and that his victory over Alucard would just provide a self-esteem boost.

Alucard then begins to absorb the blood from the deceased inhabitants of London and the two defeated militaries. Alucard continues to absorb the city's dead as Walter vertically bisects him with his wires, which is as futile as his other attacks.

Alucard then grabs Walter, who appears to have given up at this point, contemptuously mocks him and Anderson for their respective failures, and prepares to kill Walter.

Unknown to Alucard, Schrödinger commits suicide as Alucard drinks the city's dead, combining his remains into the river of human blood flowing to Alucard.

Alucard inadvertently absorbs his soul as he drinks, and when he does, The Major claims that Alucard has lost.

The vampire arrogantly mocks him for saying so, but as he does, he sees the sunrise. As he gazes at it, he recalls that whenever he thought he was about to die, he saw the sunrise in just the same manner.

This time, however, for some reason, it seems more beautiful to him than ever before, and he starts to disappear as the Major explains to Integra what is happening.

He explains that as long as Schrödinger can recognize himself, he exists everywhere and nowhere; but because he is absorbed by Alucard, he became a part of Alucard and was thus no longer a separate entity that could recognize itself.

Thus, Alucard, now containing Schrödinger, can no longer stay in phase with the rest of reality and is becoming "a set of imaginary numbers", existing on some level but not in reality.

Integra shouts an order at Alucard not to disappear, but as his numerous eyes continue to close, he tells Integra that there is nothing he can do, and bids her farewell as he closes his final two eyes.

All that is left is a bloodstained Hellsing pentagram in one of the cobblestones in the street. In the final chapter, Alucard re-appears in Integra's bedroom after a year absence.

He approaches a sleeping Integra and leans down, apparently with the intention of biting her. Before he can do so, however, Integra wakes up and unloads a handgun into him, knocking him to the floor.

The commotion alerts Seras, who kicks open the bedroom door and turns on the lights. The two women find themselves staring at Alucard, who is sitting up against the wall regenerating.

Integra, now as an old woman, asks him to explain what he was doing this whole time, and he tells her that he was killing his own lives except for one so that he could exist with Schrödinger's powers.

She asks him if he is hungry, to which he responds that, after 30 years of not eating anything, of course he is.

When Integra regretfully comments on how old she is now, Alucard simply tells her that it is fine with him. She then smiles, bites her finger, and gives him a drop of blood as Alucard, having finally earned his right to immortality, licks.

Alucard's eyes seem to have changed slightly due to possessing only a single soul. Arthur Hellsing was Alucard's previous master before Integra Hellsing.

Nothing is known about their relationship, although it's possible that Alucard respected him. For instance, in the Gonzo anime, when a young Integra stands up to Alucard after he tries to intimidate her in Episode 10, he proclaims "You ARE your father's daughter!

Seras Victoria is Alucard's first fledgling since Mina Harker. Alucard holds deep feelings of admiration towards his fledgling, Seras.

He states to Walter and Integra that he turned her into a vampire on a whim based on Seras' own decision to live.

He reveals to Walter that he finds her a fascinating creature and seems to admire her will to live despite the hellish events in Cheddar Village.

As he watched her die, he apologized for shooting her and told her it was necessary, and while he watched her die with tears in her eyes, he actually went so far as to hold her hand.

While he is frustrated with her refusal to drink blood at first, he was always confident that eventually she would drink and seemed quite proud of her when the time came.

Alucard takes on a role of a mentor and teacher to help Seras reach her full potential. As Seras lost her parents at a young age, her fondness and love for Alucard could be similar to a daughter's love for her father.

Hirano said that the love they share could be something closer to the ties of family. We cannot just say it's father and daughter.

At times, Seras seems nervous and uneasy around Alucard, mainly due to his constant berating about her being a pathetic vampire during the early days of Seras' vampire life.

She also strongly objects to Alucard's unnecessary cruelty towards human beings. While she does not partake in the slaughter of the SWAT team, she aides Alucard in his combat with Tubalcain Alhambra and later attempts to fight Alexander Anderson though her attack is comically cut short.

As the series progresses, her shy and nervous behavior towards Alucard loosens up a bit once she becomes a full-fledged vampire, and he addresses her by name.

During Alucard's fight with Anderson, Seras comes to his rescue in a desperate attempt to save him. After stopping the strike by Anderson, Seras' alarmed calls bring Alucard back from torpor.

The last visage in his dream was Seras' face, ending the flashback and chapter with the words: "There is a voice. There is a voice calling out.

Your voice sounds fine regardless; like fragments of shattered melody Go and conquer, Seras. In the end, Seras is the only one who has undying faith of his return.

It should be mentioned that Alucard's and Seras' behaviours switch somehow between the first series and the OVA.

In the TV series, Alucard seems to be more gentle and understanding compared to his OVA counterpart who is more harsh and Seras seems to be more serious compared to her OVA counterpart.

Alucard is extremely devoted to Integra Hellsing, his current master and the Hellsing Organization's leader. In all versions of Hellsing, Alucard and Integra share a complex but strict "master and servant" relationship.

Integra has been connected to him since her father's death. Arthur Hellsing named her the new head of the Hellsing Organization, a decision that drove her jealous uncle to try and kill her.

Using the air ducts, Integra snuck into the dungeons of the Hellsing estate's sub-levels recalling that her father said she would find her "salvation" there, should she find herself in the face of death at the hands of her enemies and found Alucard's corpse Hellsing's "greatest legacy" according to Arthur in one of the rooms.

Shortly upon discovering him, Richard finds her and shoots her. The bullet grazed her arm and the blood from her injury fell onto the corpse, awakening Alucard.

He kills all the men in the room and severs Richard's arm before pledging his allegiance to his new master. After protecting her from Richard's final attempt to kill her, Alucard allows Integra to kill her uncle herself.

In the television series, Alucard offered Integra to be a vampire shortly after his awakening, but only when she bravely defied him did he consider her worthy of his respect and servitude and fit to be the head of the Hellsing family.

Alucard claimed that Integra "Hasn't changed, she is still so childish Over the years, Alucard and Walter help her grow and mature into the leader and master she becomes.

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 Laura before she could turn Integra into a ghoul.

Alucard and Walter are old and close friends, almost like brothers. However, when Walter betrayed Hellsing, Alucard began to see him as a mere plaything, even going so far as to call Walter's younger vampiric body ugly and state that his elderly human body was "a thousand times more beautiful".

Upon his return from Rio de Janeiro, 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 even more beautiful.

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.

The relationship between the two grows as the series goes on. 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. The sense of respect between the two is most apparent when Anderson tells Alucard not to cry and points out that he Alucard became a monster so that he no longer had to cry.

Unlike many other enemies, Anderson is the only opponent that Alucard has ever shown respect for in battle, and even states he would have let Anderson kill him when he had the chance as a human.

Not much is known about Alucard's interactions with The Major before the series, but the two hold a great deal of hatred for each other.

The Major also holds this grudge most likely stemming from Alucard's and Walter's attack on Millennium's headquarters during WWII and has vowed to exact revenge ever since.

Alucard, in some strange sense, seems to almost feel a sense of joy upon the return of the Major and the Millennium Organization, which is evidenced by him stating: "Excellent.

I can't wait to destroy you again! Alucard seems to think of himself and The Major as "incorrigible warmongers" and the lust for battle never being enough for them.

It could be possible that The Major reminds Alucard of his former life as Vlad the Impaler, and because of this, Alucard seeks to destroy him once and for all.

During the first fight between him and Luke, he was at first very impressed by Luke's abilities and comments his reflexes are amazing.

Due to the fact that Alucard rarely praises his opponents, this could be considered a form of respect, similar to how he praised Alexander Anderson.

While the battle goes on, Alucard asks for Luke's name again; he states the battle was the most fun he had in ages, and remarks that his skills are above that of even the most powerful vampires.

Once he transforms, however, and impatiently waits for Luke to regenerate his legs, he realizes that Luke is nothing but a spineless coward who ran away in terror when faced with an opponent more powerful than him.

After Luke is eaten by the Baskerville, Alucard says he was nothing but dog shit. When Luke was used by Walter against Alucard, he once again praises Luke for his skills and states that his talents were wasted being inside Baskerville, implying that Alucard regretted not making Luke into a familiar instead of letting him rot inside of Baskerville.

Alucard also states that dog shit would do in a pinch, after successfully fooling Walter into attacking his double which was Luke's body.

The following are Alucard's powers gained from both his being a Vampire and due to several years of research by the Hellsing Organization.

Alucard is an extremely formidable and deadly opponent who can cut down most supernatural enemies without releasing the seals that contain his true power.

However, the ghoul army formed by the devoured souls in Alucard may be one of these alterations. Dracula didn't use this ability against Prof.

Van Helsing and his crew according to the flashbacks in the manga and of course according to Bram Stoker's novel, which is a base of Hellsing.

In addition, Van Helsing admitted that they had destroyed all of the vampire's servants which means these servants can't re-appear in It is possible that through occult, the Hellsing family managed to unlock Alucard's ability and allowed him full access to all the souls he had consumed, and made it possible to release them on the battlefield in Control Art Restriction System Level Zero.

Also, the Major seemed to know much about Alucard's release states. It's possible that Alucard may not have had these abilities while Dracula, but naturally got them later on, without Hellsing's interference, as Alucard expected Luke to summon his familiars during their battle.

This contradicts the conjecture that this is exclusive to Alucard, however, it is yet to be revealed in the ongoing Dawn-series whether these assumptions are true or not.

Alucard is an exceedingly lethal combatant even when unarmed, due to his extensive supernatural abilities and strength, but he also uses various weapons in battle.

These have included swords, machine guns, and traditional vampire-slaying tools such as stakes and crosses.

Additionally, Alucard has two signature weapons: a pair of intimidating, high powered semi-automatic handguns named the.

The ammunition for Alucard's Casull and Jackal appear to be high impact, hollow point rounds, giving them even more stopping power.

Being too powerful to be left on his own, his power is restricted by the "Control Art Restriction System" and has to be accessed by the "Cromwell Invocation".

There are shown to be six levels of restriction and six corresponding states, with lower numbers meaning greater levels of power.

He can often be heard stating what level he is releasing immediately prior to combat "Releasing control art restriction to level two".

This is, perhaps, a requirement of the release mechanism, but this has never been confirmed and is likely a literary device.

Another possible reason is that it is to unnerve his opponents as he goes into battle. Given what has been seen of his personality, this is quite likely.

Alucard can release his power up to Level One by himself, but he needs his master's approval to release his final state - Level Zero, the lowest level, allowing him full access to his most devastating powers.

It is noticeable that Alucard's attire sometimes changes according to how much power he is using: as he charges up to engage in battle, first his sunglasses, then his fedora will disappear; in the manga he also removes his arms from the sleeves of his coat letting it simply just hang on his shoulders like a cloak whilst he fires from underneath it.

It has been posited that these articles of clothing are direct physical manifestations of whatever system Hellsing uses to control Alucard, with his leather straight jacket representing his true nature.

However, in Hellsing OVA II, in the flashback scene where Alucard recalls being beaten by Abraham Van Hellsing, Alucard is still seen wearing these gloves, despite the fact that he was not yet under their control.

This is a continuity error, because when compared to the panel from the manga, it shows normal white gloves.

In this form he appeared as his former, year-old self with a thick beard and mustache. He also wore heavy medieval armor with a huge tattered cloak and carried a long sword.

However, he quickly returned to his normal form when confronted by Anderson. The enormous army surrounding him in this state, along with the souls of every single person he has ever drank the blood of, accompanies this form as well.

Some fans claim that his "girly form" is the Hellsing family doing. However, in Hellsing: The Dawn, chapter 4, Walter questioned Alucard's girly form and asked if he is still half asleep, in which Alucard answered "I can change my shape into anything.

The particular form I take Also in volume 9, Alucard also admits in his 'Girlycard' form that "There's never any meaning in the form that I take".

Alucard's different shapes from top to bottom: as a young girl "Girlycard" , in his usual vampiric form "Count" , and in his human form as Vlad III Dracula the Impaler.

The only real difference between each form is the preferred method of fighting; in "Girlycard" form he uses a tommygun, in "Count" form he uses his dual pistols, in "Nosferatu, the no-life king" form he uses his hands and shadows to fight, and in "Dracula" form he primarily uses his Claymore sword.

To sum it up, the release states are not just the markers of Alucard's growing powers, they also have an effect on his appearance and fighting methods as well.

Up to level 1, Alucard usually takes his "Count-form", even with his new personality, he still takes the form he once had as Count Dracula.

It can be assumed that the vampire sees this form as the one which is fitting his monstrous being the most.

In this state, he usually fights with his guns, using his bare hands only against human targets or to finish off his vampire victims, often by impaling them.

This form is sometimes called "Nosferatu" or "the no-life king" as noted during his final battle with Anderson.

This form seems to possess the most raw physical power when it comes to fighting hand to hand, as shown when he used it against Luke Valentine implying that he was a very powerful opponent , Tubalcain Alhambra whose powers amused Alucard , Alexander Anderson when the priest was reinforced with Helena's Nail and the vampirized Walter.

In this form, the vampire seems to prefer fighting with hand-to-hand combat, however, he can also use firearms.

It is only in Alucard's level one and level zero states that he uses Baskerville.

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In the Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow for the Game Boy Advance , Alucard is present in disguise as the enigmatic Japanese government agent Genya Arikado in order to prevent the powers of his father, who was finally killed by Julius Belmont , from ending up in the wrong hands.

Alucard reprises his role as Arikado in the sequel to Aria of Sorrow , the Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow for the Nintendo DS , where he works to stop the machinations of a cult headed by Celia Fortner to create a new dark lord by killing Soma.

Alucard was one of the playable characters in Castlevania Judgment for the Nintendo Wii , a fighting game based on the series.

Alucard appears in Castlevania: Lords of Shadow — Mirror of Fate , the second installment in the Lords of Shadow reboot series, which follows a different continuity from the original.

It is revealed that this version of Alucard was originally Trevor Belmont, the son of Gabriel and Marie Belmont, conceived before Gabriel was turned into a vampire and became the dark lord Dracula.

Trevor grew up not knowing of his true origin until the Brotherhood of Light reveals to him who his parents were.

Believing that his father Gabriel murdered his mother in cold blood, he decides to pursue him in the hopes of destroying him and bringing peace to the land.

After infiltrating the castle, Trevor successfully fights his way to the throne room, where he confronts Dracula without letting on that he is his son, or telling Dracula his name.

Although Trevor puts up a valiant effort, in the end he is defeated and stabbed in the heart with his own Combat Cross.

Dying and gazing at the Mirror of Fate he finally realizes the truth of what really happened to Gabriel and feels sorry for him, calling him his father.

Dracula, confused, gazes at the mirror as well and learns who Trevor was all along. Remorseful and horrified for killing his own son who had been unknown to him the entire time, Dracula desperately tries to bring him back to life by giving him his blood, which seems to be in vain.

Dracula mourns over his loss, and places Trevor in a coffin with the name Alucard, since he never learned his son's real name.

Many years later Alucard awakens, with pale white skin, white hair, and glowing orange eyes. He meets up with Dracula and his own son, Simon.

Alucard tries to finish what he started, angry that his father turned him into a vampire. Dracula asks Alucard to join him in remaking the world and destroying the brotherhood, but Alucard refuses.

Dracula proceeds to attack Simon for being a Belmont, wishing to end the Belmont bloodline due to his hatred of his past life.

Alucard and Simon manage to defeat Dracula, and part ways as Dracula's castle crumbles. Alucard appears in the sequel Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 as a supporting character.

Since the game takes place centuries later, Alucard's personality and standing towards his father has drastically changed.

He believes that Dracula can still be redeemed and makes it his goal to free the world from tyranny and vanquish the evil that had corrupted him and his father.

He concocts a centuries spanning plan to put his father into a deep sleep by piercing his heart with the Crissaegrim sword, in order to draw out both Zobek and Satan.

Once they do, Alucard would remove the sword so Dracula can resurrect and destroy the two for good. Dracula agrees with his son's plan and awakens centuries later during modern times.

Throughout the game Alucard also appears as a younger Trevor Belmont and guides Dracula through his Castle to help him recover his old powers and missing memories.

In order to not draw suspicion to his plan, Alucard masquerades himself as Zobek's Lieutenant and eventually reveals his true identity to his father once he remembers their pact.

They destroy Zobek and Satan and appear to be on good terms in the end. Alucard is also the protagonist of the DLC Revelations, taking place shortly prior to the events of the game.

Here, he is depicted as a rebellious teenager who enjoys skateboarding and music, much to his father's chagrin. He appears in the Season 3 episode "Return to Castlevania", initially posing as an ally to the heroes before revealing himself to be in league with the Count.

But Dracula mortally injures Alucard, forcing him to spend a year recovering within the underground levels of Gresit.

He is eventually reawakened by Trevor Belmont and Sypha Belnades, and after a brief battle, he agrees to aid them in stopping his father.

After Sypha discovers a way to force Castlevania to appear at the Belmont home and stay there, they storm the castle and defeat Dracula's forces before engaging Dracula himself.

When the fight takes them into Alucard's childhood bedroom, enough of Dracula's sanity returns for him to be horrified that he's killing his son, and Alucard drives a wooden stake into his heart, followed by Trevor decapitating him and Sypha burning what remains.

Trevor gives the Belmont estate to Alucard, who undertakes to preserve the knowledge accumulated by both his father and the Belmonts.

Alucard has received praise and criticism from several video game publications, primarily concentrating on his role in Symphony of the Night.

RPGamer celebrated how the greater concentration on supporting characters, including Arikado, were a welcome change from previous Castlevania games.

GameSpy deplored the "shallow, lifeless anime images" and IGN called the images "down to the level of 'generic Saturday morning Anime' quality.

His characterization in Netflix 's Castlevania series earned mixed responses as he and his allies were overshadowed by Dracula's underlings who were seen as more fleshed out cast members than Alucard.

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Alucard: Do not trouble yourself about it, Sonia. Now, I must sleep. I fear we shall not meet again. Farewell, my beloved, my beautiful vampire hunter.

Konami Tokyo. Yoko: You've met Aluca As he is essentially immortal and invulnerable, Alucard is very egotistical. He freely taunts and belittles his opponents, often allowing them to inflict seemingly fatal wounds before healing himself and counterattacking.

One of his favorite methods of fighting is to allow himself to be blown to shreds before simply flowing back together.

An example is shown 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 blows off both of Luke's legs with his guns before telling him to regenerate them, 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 with his incredible powers, it is possible to take Alucard 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 Anderson regenerated.

Alucard also expressed deep disappointment that Luke was not a more worthy adversary. In the anime, he seemed concerned with finding a worthy opponent.

In the manga, however, Alucard states that he wishes to find an opponent, a human opponent, with sufficient willpower to destroy him despite his strength.

Underneath his arrogance, Alucard is deeply sad and appears to be envious of humans. Alucard also has great respect for humans who have the willpower to endure old age and death because he had none of these qualities when he faced death.

All of these feelings are shown at various points throughout the series, such as when Alucard tells the Queen that she is that "same spirited young woman" from 50 years ago and that now she is truly beautiful.

He became infuriated when Anderson stabbed himself in the heart with the Helena's Nail , as he viewed it as Anderson making the same mistake Alucard made.

While facing off against Walter's younger, vampire form in chapter 74, Alucard said that Walter's old, aged body was "a trillion times more beautiful" than his new, vampiric one.

Alucard is also capable of affection, as he shows a great deal of it to Seras and Integra on occasions.

He often shows respect for certain humans for their bravery, such as the mortal Iscariot members who fought to let Anderson reach him.

Alucard has expressed extreme disgust with the vampires he has been hunting for the last years, especially when they kill without purpose.

In chapter 3 of the manga Murder Club , he lists the two vampires ' pointless killing in his catalog of how pathetic they are. In the original Gonzo anime version Club M , Alucard makes his discontent apparent, demanding to know the motivation behind their rampage.

Despite his disgust for homicidal vampires, he is not entirely against immortality. Rather, he believes it is something one must earn.

Presumably, he views his own transformation as an escape from death and a cowardly action. He happily gave Seras immortality despite his self-reflection due to her indomitable will and courage, for continuing to fight against the monsters in Cheddar and not giving up even when she was about to die.

He also viewed Walter in the same regard for a time, even indirectly offering him immortality before Walter revealed his true colors.

Another important aspect of Alucard's personality is his relationship with God. As a human, he was raised by the Turks and was raped by the sultan as a prisoner and as a child soldier.

As a warrior, he believed that words alone were not enough to establish one's faith. Rather, he believed that the only way to attract God's attention was to accomplish deeds in his name, a belief shared by his rival, Alexander Anderson.

In accordance with this belief, he never asked God for favors, but instead did many great and terrible things. He became famous and feared for punishing and impaling evildoers and those who opposed his methods in his own lands and abroad, for waging a war against the Muslims in hopes of bringing down "the New Jerusalem," and for sacrificing his troops and his people to achieve his own goals.

He believed that if he and his men put forth great enough effort and sacrificed enough, God himself would intervene on their behalf.

His actions caused even his own people to fear him, and subsequently, only a small amount of his peasants and soldiers showed up to aid him in his last battle.

When he lost his war and was taken prisoner by the Turks, he realized that he had failed and that his country, his kingdom, his people, his friends, his family his wife and his child had all been killed because of his desire for revenge, greed, war, violence and power.

Because of this, he felt abandoned by God, so he abandoned God in turn, and drank up the blood of his scorched and besieged homeland to became a vampire.

Over the years, his hate against God deteriorated and he accepts the truth that it was his own hatred against those who wronged him in his youth that drove his actions, and that he used the name of God to mask his own hate and lust for power and battle.

This is similar to how Count Dracula was portrayed in Francis Ford Coppola's film, Bram Stoker's Dracula, which Hirano has cited as one of his greatest sources of inspiration.

Alucard first appears as the Hellsing Organization is called in the investigate happenings in Cheddar. Here he meets Seras Victoria , one of the police sent in beforehand to handle the situation, as well the target, the Cheddar Priest.

Thinking Alucard will not shoot him if he holds the girl hostage, the priest puts Seras between himself and the other vampire's Casull but, apologizing to the Police Girl, Alucard shoots him anyway, and her.

He then gives her a chance to avoid death and turn into a Vampire, which she accepts. Alucard sets about trying to teach her how to be a true vampire, helping her unlock her bloodlust and tap into her superhuman abilities, but doing one such mission in Badrick, he is interrupted by Alexander Anderson.

The two trump cards fight viciously, but before any major damage can be done, Integra arrives and collects her vampires.

He meets the Wild Geese once they are hired, walking through a wall, terrifying them in the process and calling them "a pathetic bunch of sniveling cowards".

He then heads to Rio with Seras. Upon exiting his room, Alucard is attacked by the remaining SWAT members, and he proceeds to sadistically and brutally massacre them.

After a brief battle which causes serious collateral damage in the observing crowd, Alhambra manages to hit Alucard with several of his razor sharp, ultra durable playing cards , which Alucard appears to have some difficulty regenerating from initially.

The two of them make their way to the roof of the hotel, where Alucard releases his restriction seals and vanishes.

After fending off an assault from Seras, Alhambra re-engages Alucard, only to have his knee inverted with a kick and his arm split lengthwise after a failed attempt to do the same to Alucard with one of his cards.

Alucard then consumes Alhambra to gain information on Millennium's plans, but gains only the limited knowledge that Alhambra himself had on Millennium, and thus receives an incomplete picture of their plans.

As Alhambra's remains burn, Pip arrives with a helicopter and escapes with Alucard and Seras. Alucard and company then set up shop in a small Brazilian town after the fiasco in Rio, from where Alucard calls Integra to report in.

He tells her that he is now aware of what Millennium is planning to do, and Integra orders him back to London after a small verbal jab from Alucard.

When Seras and Pip return apparently from buying groceries , they begin to brainstorm how to return to London when Anderson kicks in the door.

He and Alucard exchange a few hard punches before drawing weapons. Anderson, however, simply stakes a set of release papers to a wall, explaining that the Vatican will be providing their transport home.

After exchanging a tender greeting with the Queen, Alucard reports on Millennium's plan to use their newly bred vampire army to avenge their defeat during WWII.

Immediately after this report, Schrödinger appears and sets up a video conference between Integra and The Major.

After The Major states his intentions, Alucard tells him it will be a pleasure to destroy Millennium again and blows Schrödinger's head off as per Integra's orders.

Integra, Walter, and Alucard journey to London to devise a way to recapture the ship. After listing and shooting down several possibilities, Walter comes up with the idea to use a modified SR to get Alucard to the Eagle.

Alucard then uses the plane to fly over the Eagle , well out of weapons range, and then to nosedive straight towards the ship before it can get its engines started.

The Nazi soldiers and Millennium first lieutenant Rip Van Winkle attempt to shoot him down, but Alucard simply covers the SR with his own body, keeping it in one piece long enough to crash into the flight deck of the Eagle.

As he moves to confront a terrified Rip, the Nazi soldiers attempt to kill him while Rip retreats.

Alucard brushes off their attack and butchers the lot of them. He then moves to confront Rip again, who gathers her courage and attempts to blast him into the ocean with her magic bullets.

Right on the verge of falling off the ship, Alucard casually catches the bullet in his mouth and shatters it. He then punches Rip, stakes her to a wall with her own gun, and devours her.

After consuming Rip, he lets out a maniacal laugh as the Major prepares his troops to attack London. Despite the strategy of stranding in the ocean as vampires cannot cross large bodies of water on their own , he manages to use his shadow powers to take control of and sail the stalled ship.

Alucard begins his journey back to London on board the Eagle as Millennium burns London, opposed only by an advance force of Iscariot led by Alexander Anderson.

He later communicates telepathically with Seras during the attack on the Hellsing Manor by Millennium forces led by Zorin Blitz , prompting her to learn how to see through Zorin's illusions.

Alucard, in level 0, releasing his devoured souls to fight by his side during the battle of London. As the Vatican continues to fight the Last Battalion and murder the civilians of London, Alucard, at last, reaches London.

Covering his arrival in a city-wide cloud of fog, he leaps from the Eagle situated on the Thames river , and floats down between the Vatican forces and the Last Battalion, about to engage each other.

When he lands, both Alexander Anderson and The Captain of Millennium move to confront him, each ignoring the other in favor of killing Alucard.

Alucard shouts to Integra to give him an order, and she responds by ordering him to kill every one of Hellsing's enemies.

To this end, she orders him to release Level Zero, Alucard's final and most devastating form. Every one of his enemies is overcome by dread as he initiates his release, sensing the horror that is to come, and they all attack him.

Anderson and The Captain, seeing their attacks have no effect on Alucard, retreat while the Vatican and Millennium soldiers continue desperately to attack him.

Ultimately, they are unable to harm him, and the shadow matter Alucard's body was reduced to during the joint attack on him envelopes his foes like a tidal wave.

As the shadow matter spreads throughout the city, human bodies begin to rise out of it, revealing that Level Zero is, in fact, the release of all the souls Alucard has devoured in corporeal form.

As the one-sided carnage draws to a close, Alucard greets Integra and Seras, acknowledging his pride in Seras for finally becoming a true vampire.

He is then attacked by Anderson in the middle of this reunion. Telling his archenemy to come and kill him if he can, the two engage in a duel, with Alucard in his Vlad Tepes form wielding a broadsword.

When Anderson backs off to throw his bayonets at Alucard, Alucard shifts back to his Count-form and draws his guns, introducing Anderson to the Jackal.

Anderson charges Alucard again, only to have the majority of his left upper arm blown off by the Jackal.

Alucard then leaps behind a swarm of his familiars, out of reach of Anderson, who is then peppered with Alhambra's cards and shot by Rip Van Winkle's bullet.

Badly hurt, with the wound in his left arm not regenerating, Anderson pauses to catch his breath while Alucard mocks him with the seemingly impossible odds of actually killing him.

Anderson, disregarding these odds, prepares to charge into the horde of familiars, with Alucard looking on approvingly.

As Anderson cuts his way to Alucard, Alucard revels in the thought that Anderson might be the human opponent he has been searching for; the one who might actually kill him.

Anderson is finally stopped by Alucard's familiars but just as they are about to kill him, he is saved by a group of the remaining Iscariot-priests led by Heinkel Wolfe and Yumie Takagi.

These priests engage in suicide bomber tactics to provide a path to Alucard for Anderson, which he utilizes successfully.

Anderson then reveals his trump card, Helena's Nail , and prepares to stab himself with it. Horrified, Alucard shouts to him not to do it, telling him that he had enough strength as a man to win and begs him not to make the same mistake that he Alucard made.

Anderson declines, saying that he does not wish to be a man, but a terrible storm of heartless, tearless piety, and stabs the nail through his own heart.

Alucard, beside himself with fury, walks up to Anderson and points the Casull at him, screaming at him for his foolishness, but Anderson cuts off the arm with the Casull and Alucard's head in one motion.

His headless body then blows off Anderson's head in return. As the two of them fall back, their bodies catch themselves and start to regrow their lost pieces.

Alucard's pieces reappear as their usual shadow matter, but Anderson's head regrows as a half human mass of thorny vines.

Alucard then unloads upon Anderson, blowing off numerous chunks of the priest's body, but to no avail. He then shoots a Jackal round at the nail itself, only for the bullet to be stopped in mid-flight by Anderson's vines.

Anderson, smiling, then leaps into the air and casts a bayonet at Alucard's head, impaling him and doing the first real damage to ever be dealt to him.

Vines erupt from the blade in Alucard's head and set him aflame, burning his horde of familiars which is just an extension of his form as well.

Alucard then has flashbacks concerning his past possibly his life flashing before him , and relives it form and charges Anderson.

Anderson attempts to stop him with more vines but to no avail; Alucard plunges his hand into Anderson's chest, removes both the Nail and Anderson's heart, and rips him in half.

As Anderson's pieces fall, Alucard closes his hand upon the heart and the Nail, destroying them both. Instead of gloating or laughing as with his other defeated foes, Alucard is overcome by grief and screams at Anderson for making the same mistake that he did and starts to sob under his breath.

Anderson quietly laughs, however, and says to Alucard "Monsters don't cry. And that's why you became one, isn't it? So you wouldn't have to.

The scene of mourning is then interrupted by a rejuvenated Walter descending from the sky onto Anderson's crumbling remains.

Walter explains to his former family how he has betrayed Hellsing of his own free will, and Alucard tells him sorrowfully that his old body was far more beautiful than his new, immortal one.

As he sadly kneels in Anderson's ashes, Walter shouts at him to stand up and fight. Alucard then asks Integra to reaffirm her kill order which she does, to the delight of not only Alucard but The Major and Walter as well.

Walter initially seems to have the upper hand since most of Alucard's fighting methods are useless against him. When he is about to use the Jackal against Walter, the pistol is revealed to be made by Millennium as The Doctor uses his remote to destroy it.

Alucard then creates a hellhound out of his body, nicknamed "Baskerville" by Walter, who cuts it in half.

A disgusted and confused Luke Valentine crawls out of its body, much to the amusement of Alucard. The hound's corpse and Luke are both then hijacked by Walter's wires , and he begins to control them like puppets.

As he uses them, however, Walter's wires go slack and he coughs up blood due to his hasty transformation. Alucard then shoots the controlled Luke and dispatches the hound after being bitten in half by it.

Walter then re-engages a regenerated Alucard himself, cutting his arms and legs off, slicing his torso in half, and suspending him in the middle of the room with wires.

After collapsing and regressing in age, Walter then picks up a piece of re-bar and impales what he believes to be Alucard through the heart with it.

In actuality, it was only the body of Luke Valentine disguised as Alucard who, now in the form of a young girl, snappishly punches Walter.

This blow causes Walter to revert back to his year-old body, with Alucard theorizing as to the cause of his regression. Alucard then taunts Walter, telling him that he was afraid of becoming old and useless and that his victory over Alucard would just provide a self-esteem boost.

Alucard then begins to absorb the blood from the deceased inhabitants of London and the two defeated militaries.

Alucard continues to absorb the city's dead as Walter vertically bisects him with his wires, which is as futile as his other attacks.

Alucard then grabs Walter, who appears to have given up at this point, contemptuously mocks him and Anderson for their respective failures, and prepares to kill Walter.

Unknown to Alucard, Schrödinger commits suicide as Alucard drinks the city's dead, combining his remains into the river of human blood flowing to Alucard.

Alucard inadvertently absorbs his soul as he drinks, and when he does, The Major claims that Alucard has lost. The vampire arrogantly mocks him for saying so, but as he does, he sees the sunrise.

As he gazes at it, he recalls that whenever he thought he was about to die, he saw the sunrise in just the same manner. This time, however, for some reason, it seems more beautiful to him than ever before, and he starts to disappear as the Major explains to Integra what is happening.

He explains that as long as Schrödinger can recognize himself, he exists everywhere and nowhere; but because he is absorbed by Alucard, he became a part of Alucard and was thus no longer a separate entity that could recognize itself.

Thus, Alucard, now containing Schrödinger, can no longer stay in phase with the rest of reality and is becoming "a set of imaginary numbers", existing on some level but not in reality.

Integra shouts an order at Alucard not to disappear, but as his numerous eyes continue to close, he tells Integra that there is nothing he can do, and bids her farewell as he closes his final two eyes.

All that is left is a bloodstained Hellsing pentagram in one of the cobblestones in the street.

In the final chapter, Alucard re-appears in Integra's bedroom after a year absence. He approaches a sleeping Integra and leans down, apparently with the intention of biting her.

Before he can do so, however, Integra wakes up and unloads a handgun into him, knocking him to the floor.

The commotion alerts Seras, who kicks open the bedroom door and turns on the lights. The two women find themselves staring at Alucard, who is sitting up against the wall regenerating.

Integra, now as an old woman, asks him to explain what he was doing this whole time, and he tells her that he was killing his own lives except for one so that he could exist with Schrödinger's powers.

She asks him if he is hungry, to which he responds that, after 30 years of not eating anything, of course he is.

When Integra regretfully comments on how old she is now, Alucard simply tells her that it is fine with him. She then smiles, bites her finger, and gives him a drop of blood as Alucard, having finally earned his right to immortality, licks.

Alucard's eyes seem to have changed slightly due to possessing only a single soul. Arthur Hellsing was Alucard's previous master before Integra Hellsing.

Nothing is known about their relationship, although it's possible that Alucard respected him. For instance, in the Gonzo anime, when a young Integra stands up to Alucard after he tries to intimidate her in Episode 10, he proclaims "You ARE your father's daughter!

Seras Victoria is Alucard's first fledgling since Mina Harker.

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