History Characters / MillenniumNazis

31st Jul '17 2:25:43 PM Tehrannotaur
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* FatalFlaw: Her [[LeeroyJenkins recklessness]] and cruelty. Had Zorin just heeded to the Major's orders and not hastily invade the Hellsing manor, Millennium would have had a much better shot at succeeding as Seras would never have had the opportunity to awaken her vampiric power and thus overpower the troops.
10th Jul '17 5:51:57 AM jormis29
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** Taliesin Jaffe compares her to a vicious child in a nursery rhyme, in the way she talks (tinker, tailor, soldier, sailor), her general cheerfulness in her psychosis, and how she seems to have an almost Little Red Riding Hood-esque naivete in just what she's getting herself into, happily believing herself a "hunter" just like in her favorite opera despite knowing what happens to that hunter in the end. The latter is especially prominent when she is in essence [[spoiler:devoured by a big bad wolf]].

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** Taliesin Jaffe Creator/TaliesinJaffe compares her to a vicious child in a nursery rhyme, in the way she talks (tinker, tailor, soldier, sailor), her general cheerfulness in her psychosis, and how she seems to have an almost Little Red Riding Hood-esque naivete in just what she's getting herself into, happily believing herself a "hunter" just like in her favorite opera despite knowing what happens to that hunter in the end. The latter is especially prominent when she is in essence [[spoiler:devoured by a big bad wolf]].
23rd Jun '17 4:21:23 AM Dravencour
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* FinalBoss: Seras' showdown with the Captain is the very final battle of Hellsing.

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* FinalBoss: Seras' showdown with the Captain is the very final battle of Hellsing.Hellsing alongside [[spoiler:Alucard vs. Walter]].



* AdmiringTheAbomination: His reaction to [[spoiler:Alucard summoning a MASSIVE army of familiars]].

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* AdmiringTheAbomination: His reaction to [[spoiler:Alucard summoning a MASSIVE army every last one of familiars]].his millions of familiars]]. See the quote above.



* EvilGenius: He's the one reponsible for turning the Nazi army into a Nazi Vampire army and most likely [[spoiler: turning the Major into a cyborg.]]

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* EvilGenius: He's the one reponsible responsible for turning the Nazi army into a Nazi Vampire ''Vampire'' army and most likely [[spoiler: turning the Major into a cyborg.]]



* OnlySaneEmployee: Unlike [[DeathSeeker the rest of Millennium]], the Doktor has more orthodox goals, like continuing his research. He sometimes gets exasperated with his more eccentric colleagues and their antics. Considering his research will in the end benefit mankind (at least he believes so), he is ''somewhat'' better than the rest of them. The fact that he's the OnlySaneEmployee while still being a Nazi scientist in a perpetually blood-stained lab coat says more about the rest of Millennium than it does about the Doktor. Nonetheless, he doesn't take kindly to [[spoiler: Walter]] mocking Millenium so he does hold a level of camaraderie to his collegues.
* PostClimaxConfrontation: Walter chases him down after [[spoiler:everyone else in Millenium, including The Major, are dead]]. Dok gives a speech about his grand scientific ambitions, which Walter dismisses as failures before [[spoiler:killing him]]. The winding down of the action parallels how concluded Dok's dreams were and that in spite of his ego, he only got to where he was under [[TheChessmaster The Major's]] leadership.

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* OnlySaneEmployee: Unlike [[DeathSeeker the rest of Millennium]], the Doktor has more orthodox goals, like continuing his research. He sometimes gets exasperated with his more eccentric colleagues and their antics. Considering his research will in the end benefit mankind (at least he believes so), he is ''somewhat'' better than the rest of them. The fact that he's the OnlySaneEmployee while still being a Nazi scientist in a perpetually blood-stained lab coat says more about the rest of Millennium than it does about the Doktor. Nonetheless, he doesn't take kindly to [[spoiler: Walter]] mocking Millenium Millennium so he does hold a level of camaraderie to his collegues.
* PostClimaxConfrontation: Walter [[spoiler:Walter]] chases him down after [[spoiler:everyone else in Millenium, Millennium, including The Major, are dead]]. Dok gives a speech about his grand scientific ambitions, which Walter [[spoiler:Walter]] dismisses as failures before [[spoiler:killing him]]. The winding down of the action parallels how concluded Dok's dreams were and that in spite of his ego, he only got to where he was under [[TheChessmaster The Major's]] leadership.



* YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness: He frequently finishes off defeated subordinates via the remote-controlled chips in their bodies.

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* YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness: He frequently finishes off defeated subordinates via the remote-controlled chips in their bodies.bodies, which set them [[WebVideo/HellsingAbridged on fucking fire]].
17th Jun '17 9:29:27 AM ChaoticQueen
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* KarmaHoudini: He ultimately [[spoiler: dies happy after getting everything he wanted.]]
9th Jun '17 7:08:15 PM Rippingtons60
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* BigEater
25th May '17 8:13:07 AM Cieloazul
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* AmbiguouslyEvil: He works for Millennium and formerly worked for the Third Reich, but as his characterization is basically nonexistant, we never get to know the terms of his loyalty to any of them. Given that the only thing we know about his mind is [[spoiler:his intention to die]], it's entirely possible that he was somehow forced to become a Nazi against his will or that he underwent a change of heart at some point and intended to atone for his crimes.

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* AmbiguouslyEvil: He works for Millennium and formerly worked for the Third Reich, but as his characterization is basically nonexistant, nonexistent, we never get to know the terms of his loyalty to any of them. Given that the only thing we know about his mind is [[spoiler:his intention to die]], it's entirely possible that he was somehow forced to become a Nazi against his will or that he underwent a change of heart at some point and intended to atone for his crimes.



* BerserkButton: Barking at him like a dog, as Girlycard found out the hard way in ''Dawn''. Particularly noticeable, considering his otherwise stoic attitude.
* BoomerangBigot: In the OVA, he is dark-skinned, yet he is still a Nazi. The implications are downplayed a bit by the intuitive fact that their first employers were probably too pragmatic to let their Nazi racial ideals obstruct their opportunities to recruit a powerful individual like him. Similarly, whatever the reason that links him to them is, the Captain himself seems rather indifferent to the Nazi ideology.

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* BerserkButton: Barking at him like a dog, as Girlycard found out the hard way in ''Dawn''. Particularly noticeable, notable, considering his otherwise stoic attitude.
* BoomerangBigot: In the OVA, he is dark-skinned, yet he is still a Nazi. The implications are downplayed a bit by the intuitive fact that their first employers were probably too pragmatic to let their the Nazi racial ideals obstruct doctrine destroy their opportunities chances to recruit a powerful individual like him. Similarly, whatever the reason that links him to them is, the Captain himself seems rather indifferent to the Nazi ideology.



* OOCIsSeriousBusiness: Not even TheStoic Captain is immune [[spoiler:when Integra unleashes Alucard's Level Zero and releases all of his familiars on both Millennium and the 9th Crusade in a tidal wave of blood.]] His facial expression goes from surprise to legitimate fear and panic, and he definitely wasn't neither alone nor wrong.

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* OOCIsSeriousBusiness: Not even TheStoic Captain is immune [[spoiler:when Integra unleashes Alucard's Level Zero and releases all of his familiars on both Millennium and the 9th Crusade in a tidal wave of blood.]] His facial expression goes from surprise to legitimate fear and panic, and he definitely wasn't was neither alone nor wrong.



* {{Expy}}: Of the villain Incognito from the first ''[[Anime/{{Hellsing}} Hellsing]]'' anime, if not closely, at least overall. They are both androgynous people with stylized bodies, vaguely African features, green eyes, a large imposing weapon and a set of arcane tattoos in one side of their faces. Also, just like Incognito has a strange and apparently supernatural lidless eye, Zorin has a supernatural eye in her palm.

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* {{Expy}}: Of the villain villainous CanonForeigner Incognito from the first ''[[Anime/{{Hellsing}} Hellsing]]'' anime, if not closely, at least overall. They Aside from both serving Millennium (or the organization's stand-in in Incognito's case), they are both androgynous people with stylized bodies, vaguely African features, green eyes, a large imposing weapon and a set of arcane tattoos in one side of their faces. Also, just like Incognito has a strange and apparently supernatural lidless eye, Zorin has a supernatural eye in her palm.
8th May '17 6:15:08 PM Cieloazul
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* BoomerangBigot: Very much like the Captain, she is clearly neither Aryan nor purely white, making her the singular example of a dark-skinned Nazi.

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* BoomerangBigot: Very much like the Captain, she is clearly neither Aryan nor purely white, making her the singular another example of a dark-skinned Nazi.



* {{Expy}}: Of the original villain Incognito from the first ''[[Anime/{{Hellsing}} Hellsing]]'' anime, if not directly, at least overall. They are androgynous people with stylized bodies, grayish skin, green eyes, a large imposing weapon and a complex set of arcane tattoos in one side of their bodies. Also, just like Incognito has a strange and apparently supernatural lidless eye, Zorin has a supernatural eye in her palm.

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* {{Expy}}: Of the original villain Incognito from the first ''[[Anime/{{Hellsing}} Hellsing]]'' anime, if not directly, closely, at least overall. They are both androgynous people with stylized bodies, grayish skin, vaguely African features, green eyes, a large imposing weapon and a complex set of arcane tattoos in one side of their bodies.faces. Also, just like Incognito has a strange and apparently supernatural lidless eye, Zorin has a supernatural eye in her palm.
5th May '17 11:45:59 AM Tomodachi
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->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/TakehitoKoyasu (Luke, JP) and Creator/WataruTakagi (Jan, JP), Creator/PatrickSeitz (Luke, EN) and Josh Philips (Jan, EN)

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->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/TakehitoKoyasu (Luke, JP) and Creator/WataruTakagi (Jan, JP), Creator/PatrickSeitz (Luke, EN) and Josh Philips (Jan, EN)
EN), Creator/RubenLeon (Jan, spanish, first series)
30th Apr '17 10:22:36 AM Cieloazul
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* AmbiguouslyEvil: He works for Millennium and formerly worked for the Third Reich, but as his characterization is basically nonexistant, we never get to know the terms of his loyalty to any of them. Given that the only thing we know about his mind is [[spoiler:his intention to die]], it's entirely possible that he was somehow forced to become a Nazi against his will or that he underwent a change of heart at some time and intended to atone for his crimes.

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* AmbiguouslyEvil: He works for Millennium and formerly worked for the Third Reich, but as his characterization is basically nonexistant, we never get to know the terms of his loyalty to any of them. Given that the only thing we know about his mind is [[spoiler:his intention to die]], it's entirely possible that he was somehow forced to become a Nazi against his will or that he underwent a change of heart at some time point and intended to atone for his crimes.



* BareHandedBladeBlock: He traps Waltern's cutting wires with his hands without losing a finger. It is subverted, as he wears his uniform gloves while doing the stunt, but still qualifies for those being supposedly regular gloves that wouldn't impede a person from getting his hands sliced.

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* BareHandedBladeBlock: He traps Waltern's cutting wires with his hands without not even losing a finger. It is subverted, as he wears his uniform gloves while doing the stunt, but still qualifies for those being supposedly regular gloves that wouldn't impede a person from getting his hands sliced.



* BoomerangBigot: In the OVA, he is dark-skinned, yet he is still a Nazi. The implications are downplayed a bit by the probable fact that their first employers were too pragmatic to let their Nazi racial ideals obstruct their opportunities to recruit a powerful individual like him. Not to mention that, whatever the reason which links him to them is, the Captain himself seems rather indifferent to the Nazi ideology, and there was probably not many people in the Reich who could aspire to call him out on it.

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* BoomerangBigot: In the OVA, he is dark-skinned, yet he is still a Nazi. The implications are downplayed a bit by the probable intuitive fact that their first employers were probably too pragmatic to let their Nazi racial ideals obstruct their opportunities to recruit a powerful individual like him. Not to mention that, Similarly, whatever the reason which that links him to them is, the Captain himself seems rather indifferent to the Nazi ideology, and there was probably not many people in the Reich who could aspire to call him out on it.ideology.



* DullSurprise: Almost nothing makes him express facially any emotion; he only reacts to [[MassOhCrap very extreme events,]] and still in a very limited way. Otherwise, his default expression is so static that it remains the same even after being headbutted right on the nose in ''Dawn''.

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* DullSurprise: Almost nothing makes him express facially any emotion; emotion facially; he only reacts to [[MassOhCrap very extreme events,]] and still in a very limited way. Otherwise, his default expression is so static that it remains the same even after being headbutted right on the nose in ''Dawn''.



* {{Foil}}: To Alucard, in almost every way. First off, they are both nigh-immortal legendary supernatural creatures that serve mortal masters. However, the Captain is a stoic silent NobleDemon while Alucard is a very [[LargeHam dramatic]] VillainProtagonist with a tendency toward monologues.

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* {{Foil}}: To Alucard, in almost every way. First off, they are both nigh-immortal legendary supernatural creatures that serve mortal masters. However, the Captain is a stoic silent NobleDemon while Alucard is a very [[LargeHam dramatic]] VillainProtagonist NominalHero with a tendency toward monologues.



* MinorMajorCharacter: As the canonical trump card of the organization, the Captain is Millennium's answer to Alucard and Anderson, and a singles duel against any of them seemed inevitable when his role was profiled. However, he gets involved in very few fights at all, almost all of them being just minor scuffles, and never faces Alucard or Anderson in sustained combat. He is even [[spoiler:killed]] by a relatively unimportant character.

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* MinorMajorCharacter: As the canonical trump card of the organization, the Captain is Millennium's answer to Alucard and Anderson, and a singles duel against any of them seemed inevitable when once his role was profiled. However, he gets involved in very few fights at all, almost all of them being just minor scuffles, and never faces Alucard or Anderson in sustained combat. He is even [[spoiler:killed]] by a relatively unimportant character.



* OOCIsSeriousBusiness: Not even TheStoic Captain is immune [[spoiler:when Integra unleashes Alucard's Level Zero and releases all of his familiars on both Millennium and the 9th Crusade in a tidal wave of blood.]] His facial expression goes from surprise to legitimate fear and panic (and he definitely wasn't neither alone nor wrong).

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* OOCIsSeriousBusiness: Not even TheStoic Captain is immune [[spoiler:when Integra unleashes Alucard's Level Zero and releases all of his familiars on both Millennium and the 9th Crusade in a tidal wave of blood.]] His facial expression goes from surprise to legitimate fear and panic (and panic, and he definitely wasn't neither alone nor wrong).wrong.



* ReallySevenHundredYearsOld: He's at least 155 years old by the end and looks to be in his mid forties, which implies that werewolves in the Hellsing universe are either immortal, or incredibly long-lived.
* RedEyesTakeWarning: His eyes are always a sinister crimson but when he's fighting [[spoiler:Seras]], they actually glow menacingly and it's in this fight that we finally see just what he's capable of.

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* ReallySevenHundredYearsOld: He's at least 155 years old by the end and looks to be in his mid forties, forties at the worst, which implies that werewolves in the Hellsing ''Hellsing'' universe are either immortal, immortal or incredibly long-lived.
* RedEyesTakeWarning: His eyes are always a sinister crimson crimson, but when he's fighting [[spoiler:Seras]], [[spoiler:Seras]] they actually glow menacingly menacingly, and it's in this fight that we finally see just what he's capable of.



* UnskilledButStrong: He seems to have a more polished hand-to-hand expertise than Alucard or Anderson as seen in his kicking techniques, but he noticeably lacks their useful variety of supernatural abilities. Even in spirit form, his skillset is limited to physical attacks and straight defensive tricks.
* TheVoiceless: He rarely speaks during his entire appearance in the manga. He doesn't even have a voice actor in the OVA.

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* UnskilledButStrong: He seems to have a more polished hand-to-hand expertise than Alucard or Anderson as seen in his kicking techniques, but he noticeably lacks their useful variety of supernatural abilities. Even abilities; even in spirit form, his skillset is limited to physical attacks and straight defensive tricks.
* TheVoiceless: He speaks rarely speaks during his entire appearance in the manga. manga and nothing at all in the OVA. He doesn't even have a voice actor in the OVA.actor.


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* {{Expy}}: Of the original villain Incognito from the first ''[[Anime/{{Hellsing}} Hellsing]]'' anime, if not directly, at least overall. They are androgynous people with stylized bodies, grayish skin, green eyes, a large imposing weapon and a complex set of arcane tattoos in one side of their bodies. Also, just like Incognito has a strange and apparently supernatural lidless eye, Zorin has a supernatural eye in her palm.
25th Apr '17 8:21:44 PM Golondrina
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** He actually shows disappointment when Seras can't hit him because of the bullet proof glass.

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** He actually shows disappointment when Seras can't cafn't hit him because of the bullet proof glass.



* BoomerangBigot: Very much like the Captain, she is clearly neither Aryan nor purely Caucasic, making her the singular example of a dark-skinned Nazi.

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* BoomerangBigot: Very much like the Captain, she is clearly neither Aryan nor purely Caucasic, white, making her the singular example of a dark-skinned Nazi.
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