History Characters / HellsingOrganization

31st Aug '16 4:16:40 PM Eagal
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* {{Badass}}: A kickass vampire that hunts other vampires as a secret agent of sorts.



* BerserkButton:
** His [[AffablyEvil usual attitude]] makes them hard to find, but when one is pressed, you ''will'' know:

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* BerserkButton:
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BerserkButton: His [[AffablyEvil usual attitude]] makes them hard to find, but when one is pressed, you ''will'' know:



** Never, ''never'', '''NEVER''' insult, threaten, or harm Integra whenever he's nearby. It ''[[TooDumbToLive will]]'' [[TooDumbToLive be the last thing you do.]]
** Alucard may pick on and ridicule Seras from time to time, but he does ''not'' appreciate seeing her come to unnecessary harm, either.



* FreudianExcuse: [[RapeAsBackstory Of the original Freudian variety.]] His childhood probably wasn't a day at the beach, either.

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* %%* FreudianExcuse: [[RapeAsBackstory Of the original Freudian variety.]] His childhood probably wasn't a day at the beach, either.



* HugeGuyTinyGirl: He and Seras, emphasising their mentor-student, father-daughter relationship. Seras is only slightly shorter than most other characters, but Alucard is incredibly freakin' tall.

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* HugeGuyTinyGirl: He and Seras, emphasising emphasizing their mentor-student, father-daughter relationship. Seras is only slightly shorter than most other characters, but Alucard is incredibly freakin' tall.



* LittleMissBadass: [[{{FanNickname}} Girlycard]]. While WordOfGod (and canon) says that form is ''female'', Girlycard still has a male voice in the OVA.

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* LittleMissBadass: [[{{FanNickname}} Girlycard]]. While WordOfGod (and canon) says that form Alucard is ''female'', Girlycard still has a male voice in the OVA.shapeshifter, so he can look like whatever he wants. During World War II he looked like a young girl and didn't kick any less amount of ass.



* RedOniBlueOni: Red to Integra's blue, and [[HamToHamCombat to a lesser extent]], Anderson as well.

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* %%* RedOniBlueOni: Red to Integra's blue, and [[HamToHamCombat to a lesser extent]], Anderson as well.



* [[AntiHero Anti Heroine]]: [[PragmaticHero Pragmatic Heroine]] With hints of [[UnscrupulousHero Unscrupulous Heroine]].

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* [[AntiHero Anti Heroine]]: %%* AntiHero: [[PragmaticHero Pragmatic Heroine]] With hints of [[UnscrupulousHero Unscrupulous Heroine]].



* WomenAreWiser: Easily the most intelligent and level-headed ([[{{Tsundere}} usu]][[NarmCharm ally]]) character in the series. Granted, it helps that most of the males in this series are {{Blood Knight}}s, or a SirSwearsALot, or {{Large Ham}}s or just plain AxCrazy. [[UpToEleven Or various combinations of the list.]]

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* WomenAreWiser: Easily the most intelligent and level-headed ([[{{Tsundere}} usu]][[NarmCharm ally]]) (usually) character in the series. Granted, it helps that most of the males in this series are {{Blood Knight}}s, or a SirSwearsALot, or {{Large Ham}}s or just plain AxCrazy. [[UpToEleven Or various combinations of the list.]]



* CuteLittleFangs: At least at ''first''...

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* CuteLittleFangs: At least at ''first''...%%* CuteLittleFangs



* FreudianTrio: With Alucard as TheId and Integra as TheSuperego, Seras is TheEgo.

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* %%* FreudianTrio: With Alucard as TheId and Integra as TheSuperego, Seras is TheEgo.



* LecherousLicking: With Integra. You enjoyed it.

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* LecherousLicking: With Integra. You enjoyed it.



* WoundThatWillNotHeal: It's ambiguous if her missing arm is one. Even thirty years later, the limb has yet to regrow. However, her eyes were healed while it wasn't, and she displayed an ability to regenerate her other arm shortly after, even with only one soul inside her. Perhaps she simply likes it?

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* WoundThatWillNotHeal: It's ambiguous if her missing arm is one. Even thirty years later, the limb has yet to regrow. However, her eyes were healed while it wasn't, and she displayed an ability to regenerate her other arm shortly after, even with only one soul inside her. Perhaps she simply likes it?



* ZettaiRyouiki: Thigh high socks and mini skirt. Nuff' said!

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* ZettaiRyouiki: Thigh high socks and mini skirt. Nuff' said!



%%* [[{{Bishonen}} Biseinen]]: Walter as a young man is a ''fucking gorgeous'' biseinen.



* MysteriousMiddleInitial: [[InexplicablyAwesome But, then again, there's a whole lot about Walter that's never really explained...]]

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* MysteriousMiddleInitial: [[InexplicablyAwesome But, then again, there's a whole lot about Walter that's never really explained...]]%%* MysteriousMiddleInitial



* {{Badass}}: Hurls a knife straight into a man's face in his introduction without flinching. Takes out a tent of corrupted Brazilian officials by headshotting every one of them and then walking out of it and lighting a cigarette while it blows up behind him. His pragmatism in the attack on Hellsing HQ against Nazi vampires actually works, even if for a short while.



* [[BraidsOfAction Braid Of Action]]: A truly majestic one long enough to reach all the way down his back.

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* [[BraidsOfAction Braid Of Action]]: BraidsOfAction: A truly majestic one long enough to reach all the way down his back.



* TheGadfly[=/=]{{Troll}}: To Seras, at least at first.

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* TheGadfly[=/=]{{Troll}}: %%* TheGadfly: To Seras, at least at first.



A Dutch doctor who took interest in many fields, he was also a master vampire hunter who's greatest accomplishment was defeating Count Dracula. After he [[spoiler:captured and enslaved Dracula]], he founded the Hellsing Organization as a means of fighting the vampire threat.

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A Dutch doctor who took interest in many fields, he was also a master vampire hunter who's whose greatest accomplishment was defeating Count Dracula. After he [[spoiler:captured captured and enslaved Dracula]], Dracula, he founded the Hellsing Organization as a means of fighting the vampire threat.



* {{Badass}}: '''This''' was the man who defeated Dracula at his best, in an implied CurbStompBattle and is the reason he thinks HumansAreSpecial.



* BadassNormal: A normal human breaking the Count. It doesn't get any more badass than that.

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* BadassNormal: A Helsing was a normal human breaking who defeated Dracula at his best, in an implied CurbStompBattle and is the Count. It doesn't get any more badass than that.reason Alucard thinks HumansAreSpecial.
30th Aug '16 5:22:24 PM Shadeblade11
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* {{Bishounen}} Kid Walter. He looks a bit like [[Manga/DeathNote L]], too.
%%* [[{{Bishounen}} Biseinen]]: Walter as a young man is a ''fucking gorgeous'' biseinen.

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* {{Bishounen}} {{Bishonen}}: Kid Walter. He looks a bit like [[Manga/DeathNote L]], too.
%%* [[{{Bishounen}} [[{{Bishonen}} Biseinen]]: Walter as a young man is a ''fucking gorgeous'' biseinen.
19th Aug '16 7:45:40 AM Vampireandthen
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* Foil: He is a very interesting and striking example of one to the Major. Pip finds fighting for fun vile, while the Major just loves everything about war. Both are able to inspire undying loyalty from the troops under their command, but while the Major used his men as tools for his plans, Pip genuinely cares about the Wild Geese, and does everything he can to get them out of a situation alive. Both can give very rousing speeches, but Pip's can often be short and sweet, while the Major will just drone on and on. Heck, even in regards to how they treat vampires, the differences are pretty striking. The Major refused vampirism because of how proud he is of his "humanity" and didn't like the idea of "sharing his life with another", as he puts it. Pip [[spoiler: willing lets Seras, the woman he loves, drink his blood, letting her become a true vampire, and is able to retain his free will even when he is her familiar.]]

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* Foil: {{Foil}}: He is a very interesting and striking example of one to the Major. Pip finds fighting for fun vile, while the Major just loves everything about war. Both are able to inspire undying loyalty from the troops under their command, but while the Major used his men as tools for his plans, Pip genuinely cares about the Wild Geese, and does everything he can to get them out of a situation alive. Both can give very rousing speeches, but Pip's can often be short and sweet, while the Major will just drone on and on. Heck, even in regards to how they treat vampires, the differences are pretty striking. The Major refused vampirism because of how proud he is of his "humanity" and didn't like the idea of "sharing his life with another", as he puts it. Pip [[spoiler: willing willingly lets Seras, the woman he loves, drink his blood, letting her become a true vampire, and is able to retain his free will even when he is her familiar.]]
18th Aug '16 4:48:23 AM Vampireandthen
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* Foil: He is a very interesting and striking example of one to the Major. Pip finds fighting for fun vile, while the Major just loves everything about war. Both are able to inspire undying loyalty from the troops under their command, but while the Major used his men as tools for his plans, Pip genuinely cares about the Wild Geese, and does everything he can to get them out of a situation alive. Both can give very rousing speeches, but Pip's can often be short and sweet, while the Major will just drone on and on. Heck, even in regards to how they treat vampires, the differences are pretty striking. The Major refused vampirism because of how proud he is of his "humanity" and didn't like the idea of "sharing his life with another", as he puts it. Pip [[spoiler: willing lets Seras, the woman he loves, drink his blood, letting her become a true vampire, and is able to retain his free will even when he is her familiar.]]
5th Aug '16 7:17:17 PM DVB
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** His former handler and Integra's father, Arthur Hellsing, certainly believed this:
--> ''Arthur Hellsing:'' Nosferatu, the No-Life King. His castle, his kingdom, its people, his loved ones, even his very identity; everything was lost. All that remains is a pale shadow, wandering from battle to battle. I have come to believe that those frightening immortals are, in fact, frail, sobbing children.



* BunnyEarsLawyer: He may have been a hedonistic womanizer, but he does pull his weight around and was the one who turned Alucard into what he is today through years of experiments, turning the enslaved vampire into the family's attack dog and Britain's superweapon against the supernatural.

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* BunnyEarsLawyer: He may have been a hedonistic womanizer, but he does pull UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: In ''Hellsing: The Dawn'', Arthur was known to be an apathetic womanizing drunk who sent Walter C. Dornez, his weight around most prized subordinate and was loyal butler, on a plethora of missions slaying undead in addition to having him serve as a ChildSoldier during WWII alongside the one who turned Alucard into what he is today through years of experiments, turning condescending and unappreciative Alucard. This treatment led to Walter being fed up with Hellsing and siding with Millennium during the enslaved vampire into the family's attack dog on Warsaw, which culminated in Alucard's eventual revival and Britain's superweapon against the supernatural. Millennium's attack on London.
%%* BunnyEarsLawyer



* TheHedonist: In his younger years, he liked to indulge in alchohol and women. [[RealityEnsues This took a toll on him]] as we see him often confined in bed in Integra's flashbacks back when she was a child.
* OlderAndWiser: By the time that Integra was born, he became much more professional and definitely wiser, even imparting to Integra his belief on the nature of immortal monsters like Alucard.
* ThePatriarch: Of the Hellsing family before passing it to Integra.

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* TheHedonist: In his younger years, he liked to indulge in alchohol and women. [[RealityEnsues This took a toll on him]] as we see him often confined in bed in Integra's flashbacks back when she was a child.
* OlderAndWiser: By the time that Integra was born, he became much more professional and definitely wiser, even imparting to Integra his belief on the nature of immortal monsters like Alucard.
* ThePatriarch: Of the Hellsing family before passing it to Integra.
%%* TheHedonist
%%* ThePatriarch



* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: Implied once he's OlderAndWiser.

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* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: Implied once he's OlderAndWiser.%%* ReasonableAuthorityFigure



* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: In ''Hellsing: The Dawn'', Arthur was known to be an apathetic womanizing drunk who sent Walter C. Dornez, his most prized subordinate and loyal butler, on a plethora of missions slaying undead in addition to having him serve as a ChildSoldier during WWII alongside the condescending and unappreciative Alucard. [[spoiler: This treatment led to Walter being fed up with Hellsing and siding with Millennium during the attack on Warsaw, which culminated in Alucard's eventual revival and Millennium's attack on London.]]
5th Aug '16 7:16:00 PM DVB
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* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: In ''Hellsing: The Dawn'', Arthur was known to be an apathetic womanizing drunk who sent Walter C. Dornez, his most prized subordinate and loyal butler, on a plethora of missions slaying undead in addition to having him serve as a ChildSoldier during WWII alongside the condescending and unappreciative Alucard. This treatment led to Walter being fed up with Hellsing and siding with Millennium during the attack on Warsaw, which culminated in Alucard's eventual revival and Millennium's attack on London.
%%* BunnyEarsLawyer

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* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: In ''Hellsing: The Dawn'', Arthur BunnyEarsLawyer: He may have been a hedonistic womanizer, but he does pull his weight around and was known to be an apathetic womanizing drunk the one who sent Walter C. Dornez, his most prized subordinate and loyal butler, on a plethora turned Alucard into what he is today through years of missions slaying undead in addition to having him serve as a ChildSoldier during WWII alongside experiments, turning the condescending and unappreciative Alucard. This treatment led to Walter being fed up with Hellsing and siding with Millennium during enslaved vampire into the family's attack on Warsaw, which culminated in Alucard's eventual revival dog and Millennium's attack on London.
%%* BunnyEarsLawyer
Britain's superweapon against the supernatural.



%%* TheHedonist
%%* ThePatriarch

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%%* TheHedonist
%%* ThePatriarch
* TheHedonist: In his younger years, he liked to indulge in alchohol and women. [[RealityEnsues This took a toll on him]] as we see him often confined in bed in Integra's flashbacks back when she was a child.
* OlderAndWiser: By the time that Integra was born, he became much more professional and definitely wiser, even imparting to Integra his belief on the nature of immortal monsters like Alucard.
* ThePatriarch: Of the Hellsing family before passing it to Integra.



%%* ReasonableAuthorityFigure

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%%* ReasonableAuthorityFigure* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: Implied once he's OlderAndWiser.


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* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: In ''Hellsing: The Dawn'', Arthur was known to be an apathetic womanizing drunk who sent Walter C. Dornez, his most prized subordinate and loyal butler, on a plethora of missions slaying undead in addition to having him serve as a ChildSoldier during WWII alongside the condescending and unappreciative Alucard. [[spoiler: This treatment led to Walter being fed up with Hellsing and siding with Millennium during the attack on Warsaw, which culminated in Alucard's eventual revival and Millennium's attack on London.]]
26th Jul '16 7:16:57 PM NanoMoose
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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: The real-life Vlad III Tepes was an ugly, ''ugly'' man. In here, not so much -- he's downright ''swagger''. Justified with AFormYouAreComfortableWith. Even in the original "Dracula" novel, he was portrayed as being quite old and ugly. While he could shapeshift into a more attractive form, he didn't do it often. In this, he's always portrayed as being quite handsome, even in flashbacks.

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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: The real-life Vlad III Tepes was an ugly, ''ugly'' not a pretty man. In here, not so much -- he's downright ''swagger''. Justified with AFormYouAreComfortableWith. Even in the original "Dracula" novel, he was portrayed described as being quite old and ugly.creepy-looking even when more youthful. While he could shapeshift into a more attractive form, he didn't do it often. In this, he's always portrayed as being quite handsome, even in flashbacks.



* BackForTheFinale: Returns in the epilogue after killing off all of his three million over souls so that he can once again ecist.

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* BackForTheFinale: Returns in the epilogue after killing off all of his three million over plus souls so that he can once again ecist.return to corporeality.



* BadassMustache: When Alucard releases all the restraints, he actually looks somewhat like Vlad Tepes, including the mustache. Not quite as impressive as the one in the famous portrait of him, but it would be difficult to take him seriously with that thing.
* BarbarianLonghair: When he's letting loose, his hair grows far longer and messy to the point that it looks more like a creepy shadow than hair.

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* BadassMustache: When Alucard releases all the restraints, he actually looks somewhat like Vlad Tepes, including the mustache. Not moustache. It's not quite as impressive as the one in the famous portrait of him, portrait, but it would be difficult much harder to take him seriously with that thing.
if it was.
* BarbarianLonghair: When he's letting loose, his hair grows far longer and messy messier to the point that it looks more like a creepy shadow than hair.
12th Jul '16 2:54:58 AM Morgenthaler
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* RedHeadedHero: The manga has him with blonde hair, but it got changed up to reddish-brown in the OVA. He's one of the more heroic characters.
15th Jun '16 3:55:46 AM NanoMoose
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* EldritchAbomination: His other unnatural forms, which can take on the form of a mass of seething shadows with one too many red eyes, among many. He's even called an abomination on several occasions.

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* EldritchAbomination: His other unnatural forms, which can take on the form of a mass of seething shadows with one too many red eyes, among many. He's even called an abomination on several occasions.



* FaceYourFears: He seemingly believes this to be what one must do in order to become who they really are inside.

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* FaceYourFears: He seemingly believes this to be what one must do in order to become who they really are inside.realise one's potential.



* DarkAndTroubledPast: Not very important to the story, but her childhood sucked ''[[HarmfulToMinors hardcore]]''.

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* DarkAndTroubledPast: Not very important to the story, It's not dwelt upon much, but her childhood sucked ''[[HarmfulToMinors hardcore]]''.



* FairCop: Makes a point to Alucard in OVA II that he's just killed a SWAT team that had no idea what it was up against.

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* FairCop: Makes a point to Alucard Or rather, ex-cop, since she technically died in OVA II the line of duty. Not that he's just killed a SWAT team that had no idea what it was up against.stops everyone referring to her as "Police Girl".



* ManBitesMan: Vampire Bites Vampire! Hope you didn't need that [[spoiler: arm, Zorin!]]



* NeverHurtAnInnocent: Seras doesn't want to kill normal humans, especially humans who don't know what they're up against. In the series, her targets are restricted to ghouls and the supernatural troops of Millennium, in direct contrast with Alucard killing everything in his way... and anything adjacent to his way...



* UndeathlyPallor: While she was already fair-skinned to begin with, her skin becomes noticably paler after [[spoiler:becoming a full-fledged vampire]].

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* UndeathlyPallor: While she was already fair-skinned to begin with, her skin becomes noticably noticeably paler after [[spoiler:becoming a full-fledged vampire]].



* WhatTheHellHero: She points out to Alucard in OVA II that the SWAT team he massacred were just ordinary humans doing their jobs. It's perhaps the one time Alucard ''ever'' feels compelled to defend his actions - saying that ''they'' tried to kill her and him first, so killing them right back is the only course - but she remains unconvinced.



* ManBitesMan: Vampire Bites Vampire! Hope you didn't need that [[spoiler: arm, Zorin!]]
22nd May '16 10:11:54 AM alixplaystation5
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* TheHero: [[VillainProtagonist A very]] [[TokenEvilTeammate evil]] [[NominalHero one.]]

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* TheHero: [[VillainProtagonist A A]] [[EvilHero very]] [[TokenEvilTeammate evil]] [[NominalHero one.]]
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