History WMG / Hellsing

19th Jan '17 10:34:15 PM Frodolass
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[[WMG: Seras Victoria is the reincarnated Mina Murray, who in turn was the reincarnated Elisabeta, Vlad Tepes's first wife]]
Since we know that Hellsing was half based on the [[Film/BramStokersDracula Bram Stoker's Dracula film]], we can assume that Alucard's interest in Wilhelmina comes from her being Elisabeta reborn. And in all the flashbacks Mina is shown to be blonde and blue eyed, like a certain Police Girl we all know, one of two people in the whole of creation that was chosen by Vlad/Dracula/Alucard to successfully convert into true vampires, meant to follow him through eternity. One got away, pulled back from undeath by his nemesis and enslaver van Hellsing, but who is to say that Vlad did not win his bride back in the end?

[[WMG: Integra is a lesbian]]
In her 20s, she's still a virgin and it's implied in the epilogue that she still has no children despite being in her 50s. Combine this with the fact that Seras is the only character she's shown touching non-violently (Alucard drank her blood as it dripped from her finger but Seras licked it off her finger, which was much more erotica in tone), including embracing Seras and pleading with her to stop when she goes nuts fighting the ghouls in Hellsing manor. Even Walter and Alucard aren't extended this privilege.



[[WMG:Anderson's regenerative powers were developed from Banmaden technology]]
The Banmaden (the true name of the demons in ''Manga/ChronoCrusade'') had technology beyond anything developed by humans. Some of that was used to keep Remington physically 27 for about 50 years. Among the known powers of powerful demons was to rapidly regenerate from anything that wasn't instantly fatal. After the Banmaden became functionally extinct with the destruction of Pandaemonium in 1924, the Church, which held possession of the battlefield after the fighting was over, seized all of the archeotech it could find and spent the next few decades reverse engineering it, resulting in the creation of the regenerators.

[[WMG: The Hellsing 'verse will eventually become the universe of [[LightNovel/VampireHunterD Vampire Hunter D]] ]]
Just think about the rumored personality of Lord Dracula in VH D. "We are but transient guests." Does that not sound a TAD familiar?
* And D's mother was called Mina the Fair. And since we know that Hellsing was half based on [[Film/BramStokersDracula Bram Stoker's Dracula (the film)]], we must assume that Mina must have become impregnated by the Count while in the midst of him turning her à la the film, enraptured in a passionate embrace, drinking each other's blood. We know from Hellsing canon that she successfully completed the exchange of blood with Alucard, but that the transformation was undone (except at the bone deep level) when van Hellsing defeated Dracula and entrapped him. Thus she would have counted as human when she gave birth to her first born, D the dhampir. Which begs the question: could D's true name really be Quincy Harker, Mina Harker's canon first born while married to Jonathan Harker? Does the name D merely stand for the surname of his true biological father Dracula?


[[WMG:Hellsing is part of ''LightNovel/{{Trinity Blood}}'''s past.]]
And the Inquisition is the future form of Iscariot. When they talk about "nano-machines", they're ''truly'' talking about Alcuard's blood.




[[WMG:Hellsing is part of ''LightNovel/{{Trinity Blood}}'''s past.]]
And the Inquisition is the future form of Iscariot. When they talk about "nano-machines", they're ''truly'' talking about Alcuard's blood.

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[[WMG:Hellsing is part of ''LightNovel/{{Trinity Blood}}'''s past.]]
And the Inquisition is the future form of Iscariot. When they talk about "nano-machines", they're ''truly'' talking about Alcuard's blood.




[[WMG:Anderson's regenerative powers were developed from Banmaden technology]]
The Banmaden (the true name of the demons in ''Manga/ChronoCrusade'') had technology beyond anything developed by humans. Some of that was used to keep Remington physically 27 for about 50 years. Among the known powers of powerful demons was to rapidly regenerate from anything that wasn't instantly fatal. After the Banmaden became functionally extinct with the destruction of Pandaemonium in 1924, the Church, which held possession of the battlefield after the fighting was over, seized all of the archeotech it could find and spent the next few decades reverse engineering it, resulting in the creation of the regenerators.



[[WMG: The Hellsing 'verse will eventually become the universe of [[LightNovel/VampireHunterD Vampire Hunter D]] ]]
Just think about the rumored personality of Lord Dracula in VH D. "We are but transient guests." Does that not sound a TAD familiar?
* And D's mother was called Mina the Fair. And since we know that Hellsing was half based on [[Film/BramStokersDracula Bram Stoker's Dracula (the film)]], we must assume that Mina must have become impregnated by the Count while in the midst of him turning her à la the film, enraptured in a passionate embrace, drinking each other's blood. We know from Hellsing canon that she successfully completed the exchange of blood with Alucard, but that the transformation was undone (except at the bone deep level) when van Hellsing defeated Dracula and entrapped him. Thus she would have counted as human when she gave birth to her first born, D the dhampir. Which begs the question: could D's true name really be Quincy Harker, Mina Harker's canon first born while married to Jonathan Harker? Does the name D merely stand for the surname of his true biological father Dracula?




[[WMG: Integra is a lesbian]]
In her 20s, she's still a virgin and it's implied in the epilogue that she still has no children despite being in her 50s. Combine this with the fact that Seras is the only character she's shown touching non-violently (Alucard drank her blood as it dripped from her finger but Seras licked it off her finger), including embracing Seras and pleading with her to stop when she goes nuts fighting the ghouls in Hellsing manor. Even Walter and Alucard aren't extended this privilege.
19th Jan '17 10:10:36 PM Frodolass
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* And D's mother [i]was[/i] called Mina the Fair. And since we know that Hellsing was half based on [[Film/BramStokersDracula Bram Stoker's Dracula (the film)]], we must assume that Mina must have become impregnated by the Count while in the midst of him turning her à la the film, enraptured in a passionate embrace, drinking each other's blood. We know from Hellsing canon that she successfully completed the exchange of blood with Alucard, but that the transformation was undone (except at the bone deep level) when van Hellsing defeated Dracula and entrapped him. Thus she would have counted as human when she gave birth to her first born, D the dhampir. Which begs the question: could D's true name really be Quincy Harker, Mina Harker's canon first born while married to Jonathan Harker? Does the name D merely stand for the surname of his true biological father Dracula?


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* And D's mother [i]was[/i] was called Mina the Fair. And since we know that Hellsing was half based on [[Film/BramStokersDracula Bram Stoker's Dracula (the film)]], we must assume that Mina must have become impregnated by the Count while in the midst of him turning her à la the film, enraptured in a passionate embrace, drinking each other's blood. We know from Hellsing canon that she successfully completed the exchange of blood with Alucard, but that the transformation was undone (except at the bone deep level) when van Hellsing defeated Dracula and entrapped him. Thus she would have counted as human when she gave birth to her first born, D the dhampir. Which begs the question: could D's true name really be Quincy Harker, Mina Harker's canon first born while married to Jonathan Harker? Does the name D merely stand for the surname of his true biological father Dracula?

19th Jan '17 10:09:38 PM Frodolass
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[[WMG: The Hellsing 'verse will eventually become the universe of Vampire Hunter D]]

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[[WMG: The Hellsing 'verse will eventually become the universe of [[LightNovel/VampireHunterD Vampire Hunter D]]D]] ]]




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* And D's mother [i]was[/i] called Mina the Fair. And since we know that Hellsing was half based on [[Film/BramStokersDracula Bram Stoker's Dracula (the film)]], we must assume that Mina must have become impregnated by the Count while in the midst of him turning her à la the film, enraptured in a passionate embrace, drinking each other's blood. We know from Hellsing canon that she successfully completed the exchange of blood with Alucard, but that the transformation was undone (except at the bone deep level) when van Hellsing defeated Dracula and entrapped him. Thus she would have counted as human when she gave birth to her first born, D the dhampir. Which begs the question: could D's true name really be Quincy Harker, Mina Harker's canon first born while married to Jonathan Harker? Does the name D merely stand for the surname of his true biological father Dracula?

17th Jan '17 4:56:00 PM nombretomado
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Alucard's appearance is based on [[GaryOldman GARY]] [[MrFanservice FREAKIN']] [[GaryOldman OLDMAN]]. This film also explicitly connects Dracula to Vlad Tepes, which the original novel did not. In his backstory as Vlad, crossing the DespairEventHorizon caused him to renounce God and become a vampire. In this version Dracula also has genuine love for Mina (hinted at in Alucard's flashback), which she reciprocates. This probably would have caused much tension between Harker and Mina, leading to the "Harker divorced Mina" theories. And with the whole LoveRedeems tone of the film's ending, Alucard becoming a servant of the Hellsing family (perhaps by Mina's request?) is more plausible.

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Alucard's appearance is based on [[GaryOldman [[Creator/GaryOldman GARY]] [[MrFanservice FREAKIN']] [[GaryOldman [[Creator/GaryOldman OLDMAN]]. This film also explicitly connects Dracula to Vlad Tepes, which the original novel did not. In his backstory as Vlad, crossing the DespairEventHorizon caused him to renounce God and become a vampire. In this version Dracula also has genuine love for Mina (hinted at in Alucard's flashback), which she reciprocates. This probably would have caused much tension between Harker and Mina, leading to the "Harker divorced Mina" theories. And with the whole LoveRedeems tone of the film's ending, Alucard becoming a servant of the Hellsing family (perhaps by Mina's request?) is more plausible.
1st Jan '17 3:39:46 PM MrOrangeHorseman
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When he killed himself, some neo-Nazis [[NaziOccultism with necromantic powers]] decided to bring him BackFromTheDead as a vampire. The Major is TheDragon. Alternatively...

[[WMG: Schrödinger is secretly controlling Millenium as the BigBad]]
He may have just used his RealityWarper powers to start the whole thing.

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When he killed himself, some neo-Nazis [[NaziOccultism [[StupidBroomstickHitler with necromantic powers]] decided to bring him BackFromTheDead as a vampire. The Major is TheDragon. Alternatively...

[[WMG: Schrödinger is secretly controlling Millenium as the BigBad]]
He may have just used his RealityWarper powers to start the whole thing.
thing. The Major just ''[[BigBadWannabe thinks]]'' he's the BigBad.
1st Jan '17 3:35:11 PM MrOrangeHorseman
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[[WMG: There is actually a Vampire Hitler who runs Millenium as the BigBad]]
When he killed himself, some neo-Nazis [[NaziOccultism with necromantic powers]] decided to bring him BackFromTheDead as a vampire. The Major is TheDragon. Alternatively...

[[WMG: Schrödinger is secretly controlling Millenium as the BigBad]]
He may have just used his RealityWarper powers to start the whole thing.
4th Dec '16 2:07:19 PM HazelMcCallister
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* Also, the progression of his personality seen in Webcomic/AndShineHeavenNow, where he goes from [[http://hellsing.comicgenesis.com/d/20031224.html being willing to go Christmas caroling with the Hellsing crew]], to [[spoiler:turning into the "kill 'em all" maniac he is in canon [[http://hellsing.comicgenesis.com/d/20090322.html after finding out that the Vatican collaborated with Millennium]]]], is not far from what was actually going on with him behind the scenes in ''Hellsing''.
30th Aug '16 11:26:49 AM Willbyr
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[[WMG: Parts of Alexander's and Alhambra's powers are derived from [[{{Naruto}} Konan]]'s DNA]]

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[[WMG: Parts of Alexander's and Alhambra's powers are derived from [[{{Naruto}} [[Manga/{{Naruto}} Konan]]'s DNA]]
25th Aug '16 5:33:02 PM phenbotinum
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[[WMG: Everyone calls Seras "Police Girl" not because they disrespect her, but because they're absent-minded from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. ]]
28th Jul '16 1:01:20 PM HazelMcCallister
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\n* Sameface syndrome aside, the boy Dracula seen in flashback at the end of volume 8 looks no more like Girlycard than he looks like Walter. Anyway, it's further revealed that [[spoiler:Dracula turned ''himself'' into a vampire, so presumably the normal "rules" given earlier in the series (which regard to being bitten) don't apply here. And consider also that this version of Dracula is based on Vlad III Dracula, who was married twice and had three kids...]]





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* The same points could be made about most of North Africa.


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[[WMG: Prior to the Valentine brothers' attack, Enrico was (or acted) a lot more sane.]]
The Vatican would have to be idiots to put an obvious nut in charge of their armed forces, but when he was appointed, his emotional problems hadn't surfaced.

Due to abandonment issues, Enrico dedicated himself to the Church to gain a sense of self-worth. During that time, he was indoctrinated into the zealous culture of Section XIII. He would understand that organizations like Hellsing, who were heretics, used unholy vampires to do their dirty work as a manifestation of their heresy.

But after the Valentines' attack, Iscariot's inquiries showed that the Church had actually helped create the biggest, most evil force of undead in the world, making the Vatican not only no better than Hellsing but actually much worse. As Iscariot leader (tantamount his self-identity) Enrico couldn't ignore the truth, but nor could he admit that the Church he was so dedicated to was so flawed, that the Church and true faith weren't one and the same. Perhaps there were other options, but the one he took was to forget dealing with the problem rationally and just extrovert his frustration and rage.
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