Relationships - ALUCARD
Nothing is known about their relationship, although it's possible that Alucard In both versions of Hellsing, Alucard and Integra share a complex but strict "master Mavis reveals Novas seceret to him because he is the only she trust with it. According to the manga and the interviews with the creator Kouta Hirano, theri relationship is "complicated". Seras is more like a human in heart, she serves. The relationship between Alucard and Integra is very deep and for her through thick and thin - the only one whom she can trust and rely on.
What is the relationship between alucard and seras Victoria in hellsing
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Sorry for the mush. It made no logical sense, yet as he held her in his arms, he could not deny that it was so. He had all the power and knowledge that came along with having spent five centuries as one of their kind, while she could barely claim three decades. His powers far exceeded her own, and yet holding her made him feel safe. It was not a feeling born out of reason, but rather it was akin to a young child squeezing a teddy bear.
The bear could not protect him, could not save him from the storm outside his window. The bear could do nothing Perhaps Alucard's feelings were more logical than this.
She could walk, talk and fight. She'd even helped him out on occasion, such as during that final confrontation with the Paladin. And as time dragged on she would continue to improve. Perhaps one day her powers would even rival his own — the potential was there.
However, that day was a long ways off yet. At present she could provide assistance, but was nowhere near up to the task of shouldering an equal burden in a true 'do-or-die' battle — much less protecting him from any kind of physical harm.
And yet, the feelings he had while staring at the small form in his arms were unquestionably those of safety She trusted him, loved him. And for a self confessed monster with a past of abuse and betrayal, such a thing was as comforting as it was novel.
It wouldn't last of course, not indefinitely. Her heart had already been turned from him once, by the French mercenary who's soul she now possessed. Eventually it would happen again, and she'd leave him, as they always did. The only other possibility was a million to one shot at best and offered no more pleasant alternative.
Nothing was forever, no, not even among their kind. Either she would choose to leave him And on that day, he would weep or perhaps she would, were he the one slain. However, she would never know this. Whether she died or left him for another she would never know just how deeply that loss would sting him, the scars it would leave on the charred, withed remnants of his heart. No, Alucard had learned long ago that it was foolish to display one's vulnerabilities to anyone.
Once known, they could be exploited. Better to play things close to the vest, and never let anyone — even the object of your affection — know just how much your happiness was tied to theirs. No, "I love you," and even "I need you," were words that she would never hear not from him at least.
But he would always hold her close to him once she'd fallen asleep. He would always be there for her when she woke up. As such, there is much speculation from Alucard's companions as to why he decided to change her.
Alucard either seems confused by his own actions or rather has other hidden reasons as to why he turned Seras. He states to Walter and Integra that it was 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. While he is frustrated with her refusal to drink blood, he was always confident that eventually she would drink and seemed quite proud of her when the time came. As stated by Hirano the relationship between Seras and Alucard is complicated. 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 their feeling of the love could be something closer to the ties of the familiship. 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 loosen 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 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.
In both 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 his jealous brother 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 that 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.