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Hellsing Organization

The Hellsing Organization, formally known as the Royal Order of Protestant Knights, was an organization founded by Dr. Abraham Van Helsing shortly after defeating Count Dracula in order to combat the increasing vampire threat against the country, monarchy, and church. Unlike the Vatican, the Hellsing Organization uses any means necessary to combat evil and Satanic threats - often employing those very threats to do so, such as Alucard and Seras.

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Voiced by: Joji Nakata (JP), Crispin Freeman (EN)

"We ruin the countries we govern and the people in our care. We slaughter our enemies and sacrifice all our allies. We'll keep killing until there is nothing left but to destroy ourselves. It will never be enough. We are incorrigible warmongers, aren't we, Major?"

Extremely powerful, to the point where he qualifies as "nature" in terms of man vs. x conflicts, Alucard is a vampire who is well over 400 years old. He acknowledges Integra Hellsing, a woman who is one of the last living members of the Hellsing family, as his Master. He spent twenty years sealed in the depths of the Hellsing manor by Integra's father, until a young Integra discovers his "corpse" when she was fleeing from her wicked uncle. Integra is shot in the shoulder, and her blood just so happens to fly into Alucard's mouth, which awakened him. As a way of showing his thanks, he helps Integra kill her pursuers, and from then on, grants her his services and protection. He is highly skilled in firearms and his vast powers are divided into seals with increasing levels of power (with Level 0 being the strongest to 5 being the "weakest"). His servant is Seras "Police Girl" Victoria.

His true identity is that of the infamous Count Vlad Dracula, as well as the historic figure Prince Vlad III Tepes of Wallachia or "Vlad the Impaler".

  • Adaptational Attractiveness: The real-life Vlad III Tepes was an ugly, UGLY man. In here, not so much—he's downright swagger.
  • Affably Evil
  • A Form You Are Comfortable With: Due to the thousands of souls inside him causing a lack of a definite gender, he can change his appearance at will. To quote the man himself, "Form means nothing to me."
  • Alucard: No shit.
  • Animalistic Abomination: Alucard's summoned Hell Hound, the Baskerville, also known as the Black Dog.
  • Anti-Hero: The best thing that can be said about him.
    • Nominal Hero: Only works for the good guys because Integra orders him to.
    • Nineties Anti-Hero: A card-carrying example. He has a cool-sounding name, ridiculously over-sized pistols, has the hipster type appearance, doesn't care about hurting people who get in his way, and to top it off, he was born in the nineties. We don't know which nineties.
  • Arch-Enemy: To Alexander Anderson.
  • Army of the Dead: Contains an armada of undeads formed from every single person he ever killed (read: well over three million) inside his body.
  • Ax-Crazy: Sadistic, bloodthirsty, clearly off his rocker, and nearly godlike in power.
  • Back for the Finale
  • Badass: Sweet mother of all that is holy and sacred...
    • Badass Beard: When he's transformed into his true form, Dracula.
    • Badass in a Nice Suit
    • Badass Longcoat: A red one, adding to the gore by allowing many regenerations of his limbs. Though not the only one; the villainous equivalent is the Captain.
    • Badass Mustache: 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.
    • Little Miss Badass: Girlycard. While Word of God (and canon) says that form is female, Girlycard still has a male voice in the OVA.
    • Sealed Badass in a Can: Is this in "Master of Monster". There's a magic seal on the door to the room he's being kept in (much like the seals on his gloves, that keep his powers in check). When Integra opens the door, she breaks the seal.
    • Submissive Badass: To Integra
  • Beast and Beauty: Along with his Knight/Lady dynamic with Integra, there are definitely shades of this.
  • Berserk Button: His usual attitude makes them hard to find, but when one is pressed, you will know:
    • People who believe that it's Better to Die than Be Killed, especially when someone does it to escape his wrath.
    • Never, Never, NEVER insult, threaten, or harm Integra whenever he's nearby. It will be the last thing you do.
    • Traitors. He will make you suffer before killing you if you betray him.
    • And the biggest example of them all: throwing away your humanity. After his defeat at the hands of Dr. Hellsing, Alucard earnestly believes a person's humanity and ingenuity to be his greatest strength. When Anderson uses Helena's Nail in their final battle, Alucard is not only furious, he's brought to tears at the end.
  • Better to Die than Be Killed: Averted, Alucard is very much not of this opinion.
  • BFS: Wields an impressively huge claymore sword in his true form as Dracula. It doesn't last long though, as he really likes guns.
  • Black Magic
  • Blood Knight: He just LOVES to fight all kind of enemies. The harder the more fun it'll be.
  • Blood Lust: Oh yes. He would bathe in the stuff if he could.
  • Bloody Murder: Alucard practically puts his blood through gymnastics using it as a weapon
  • Bodyguard Crush
  • Bottomless Magazines: He won't reload until all the surrounding enemies are dead.
    • When Crispin Freeman makes note of this in the commentary, Taliesin Jaffe calls them "Schrodinger's Magazine", in that they're always full until you look inside them.
  • Break the Cutie: When he was just a little kid, he was sold out by his father, Dracul the prince of Wallachia, to the Turks, who did all sorts of ghastly things to him. No wonder he decided to become what he is today.
  • Broken Ace
  • Card-Carrying Villain: Straight up admits that he is the worst of all vampires, which is saying something.
  • The Champion: to Integra. He might be a complete sociopath, but he definitely has Undying Loyalty towards Integra.
  • Characterization Marches On: Chapter 1 is most affected by this.
  • Combat Pragmatist: Sort of. He doesn't need guns, but he likes using them, and he feels you're a worth opponent, he'll still fight dirty.
  • Combat Sadomasochist: He seems to enjoy being harmed. He has a habit of allowing his opponent to rip him to bloody pieces, only to regenerate from stuff that Wolverine wouldn't bounce back from before subjecting his opponent to a fast but drawn out, agonizing death that involves lots of dismemberment and impaling.
  • Cool Ship: His ghost ship, the Eagle/Adler.
  • Crazy Consumption: Out of all the vampires' in this series, Alucard really takes the cake with this one. So long as Integra orders him to kill, he'll do whatever he damn well pleases to his victims. Including tearing off their heads and letting the blood pour into his mouth. And using demon dogs to eat them alive. Honestly, this guy acts more like a cannibal than a vampire.
  • Creepy Good
  • Colour-Coded for Your Convenience: Red.
  • Cynical Mentor: He's not the best father figure towards Seras. Most of the time he's rather insulting and mean towards her, but he does give her advice which has helped her many times before.
    • Tough Love: Make no mistake though, he does care about her.
  • Dark Action Girl: His "Girlycard" form.
  • Dark and Troubled Past
  • Dark Is Evil: His shadows give this vibe
  • Death Seeker: One of his possible motivations.
    • Averted, after the fight with Anderson, Alucard made it clear he wasn't in a rush to die yet.
  • Did Not Get the Girl: Mina Harker.
  • Dracula: You surprised?
  • Discard and Draw: Thanks to Schrödinger nearly erasing him from existence and leaving him in limbo for three decades, Alucard had to dispose of the millions of potential familiars he had until only Schrödinger was left. He likely can't contain and release entire armies of undead anymore, but on the other hand he now has Schrödinger's power of Negative Continuity, which quite possibly makes Alucard even more overpowered than before.
  • Dream Sequence: Has a pretty trippy one following the events aboard the carrier Eagle/Adler. On top of demonstrating that Alucard appears to have a fondness for war movies (and certain actors like Christopher Walken and Tom Berenger), it also serves as an important first point of foreshadowing regarding Walter's treachery.
  • Dropped a Bridge on Him: In the form of Schrodinger. Okay, so maybe it was more 'dropped mathematics and technobabble on him'.
  • Earn Your Happy Ending: After essentially being sent to purgatory by Schrodinger, Alucard seeks out and kills his millions of lives (except Schrodinger's), finally putting them out of their misery and earning his life back.
  • Eerie Pale-Skinned Brunette: Heavy emphasis on eerie.
  • Eldritch Abomination: His other unnatural forms.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: He told those teen vamps that the way how they kill for no reasons just show how pathetic they actually were, and that's is the reason why they should be wasted.
  • Evil Laugh: Anytime Alucard is entertained, or is impressed with the antics of the Major, that great fanged maw opens up with peals of maniacal laughter.
  • Evil Sounds Deep: Look who his seiyuu is...
  • Extra Eyes: Alucard develops tons of these during transformations.
  • Eyes Do Not Belong There: See above.
  • Fan Nickname: Alucard's 1944 form, which is either referred to as "Girlicard" or "Lolicard".
    • Alucard's form as Vlad Dracula III goes by either "Vladcard" or "Beardycard".
  • From a Single Cell
  • The Fettered: Though not unhappily.
  • Freudian Trio: Alucard is The Id among Integra and Seras.
  • Glass Cannon: He gets blown to bits worse than Sonny Corleone, and actually often seems to be the most frail character in the series given that a bullet once took his arm off, but it doesn't matter since he just regenerates from it.
    • His true form is also an example - since all of the souls he's fed upon are now independent of his body, he's just as vulnerable to a stake through the heart as any other vampire.
  • Good Thing You Can Heal
  • Guns Akimbo: His hand cannons.
  • Hair Contrast Duo: With Integra, Seras, and Anderson.
  • Hand Cannon: Two, in fact.
  • Happiness in Slavery: Although not a slave, Alucard's more than happy to serve his Master.
  • Healing Factor: One of the most extreme examples.
  • The Hero: Only because he works for Integra. Otherwise, he's lacking in any heroic traits.
    • Invincible Hero: He is so overpowered that early in the series he becomes excited when he believes he is going to fight en equal. Only Father Anderson can bring him fun.
    • Sociopathic Hero: Was a bloodthirsty monster before he became a vampire. The vampire thing just made him worse.
  • Heel-Face Turn: Well he seems to like life as a good guy.
  • Hero Killer: Sort of an inverse, no amount of plot armor protect from him no matter what side your own.
  • Hey, You!: At first, he purposely refused to call his apprentice by her name Seras Victoria, resorting instead to the sneering alias "Police Girl" which shows his disdain for her reluctance to drink blood and embrace her vampire nature in full extent.
  • Historical Beauty Update
  • Historical Villain Upgrade: Ladies and gentlemen, we present Vlad "Dracula" Tepes III.
  • Humanoid Abomination: Alucard looks like just an "ordinary" vampire. It turns out he's actually something far, far more horrific, being at the very least a Hive Mind of millions of undead souls, all slaved to a single once-human mind. He freely shifts through the most horrific forms at will, with his "true form" being essentially a city-swallowing ocean of blood with wailing human and animal corpses rising half-formed from its depths and potentially becoming an independent army. In the finale he goes even further, killing off his undead army to become a walking, talking quantum anomaly.
  • Humans Are Special: He believes this with all his being. While sometimes he would sneer at humans, for Alucard they are the pinnacle of the creation of God and those worthy to inherit earth, to the point that he refuses to die except at the hands of a human it's the reason why he breaks in tears when Anderson transforms himself with the Nail.
  • Hunter of His Own Kind: In the most brutal way possible. He seems to hate most other vampires nowadays, especially those who kill For the Evulz.
  • I Am a Monster: Which he will gleefully tell you. Though it turns out that Alucard plays this trope straight. As powerful as he is, he deeply regrets his choice to become a monster.
  • I Hate You, Vampire Dad: He receives this treatment from Seras sometimes and he doesn't improve this status either, because he has a jerkass attitude towards her and enjoys mocking and scaring her.
  • Immune to Bullets: His usual tactic is to let his opponents perforate him utterly... and then regenerate and get right back up again. Interestingly, without taking his regenerative abilities into account, he seems to be more susceptible to them than any other vampire.
  • Improbable Aiming Skills: He can gun down multiple enemies without even looking at them.
  • In Love with Your Carnage/Interplay of Sex and Violence: With Integra.
  • In-Series Nickname: Hellsing's dog/lapdog usually. Anderson used "the black plague" on him once.
  • Insult Backfire:
    SWAT team member: Monster!
    Alucard: I get that a lot.
  • Insult of Endearment: "Police Girl" for Victoria, at first mocking, and later with respect.
  • Invincible Hero: Zigzagged, which is a surprise given the character. Alucard has a massive number of lives (read: everyone who he's killed and drained the blood from) to stave off death. When these lives are all currently released as familiars however, he's as vulnerable as any other vampire. Then it finally gets played straight when he isolates Schrödinger's life within him in the ending, though he really had to work for this.
  • It Amused Me: Why does Alucard turn himself into a little girl in his fight against Walter? Giggles mostly, and irritation.
  • Jerkass
  • The Juggernaut: He gets ripped to shreds by machine gun fire because it's fun. Just about nothing his enemies throw at him even slow him down.
  • Kick the Dog: "Oh, hello there, Police Girl. It appears your entire team was just turned into ghouls right before your very eyes, and now there is a priest who is molesting you and about to rape you. Can I ask you a personal question? Are you a virgin, my dear? WELL!? You are? Wonderful! Allow me to shoot you through the lung even though there are plenty of other ways I can kill the freak behind you."
  • Knight in Shining Armor: Double Subversion. Integra expected one to save her and got a vampire...who acted as one to her, regardless.
  • Knight Templar: He used to be one of these.
  • Lady and Knight: A pretty dark Knight, but he and Integra definitely have this dynamic.
  • Large Ham
  • Lennon Specs: Wears a pair of these.
  • Made of Explodium: The bullets for the Jackal do a wee bit more than pierce through any armor, to say the least. Lampshaded by Luke Valentine even:
    (After one of Alucard's shots misses him, the entire hallway behind Luke gets blown up) "A pistol...did that!? ...Jesus."
  • Made of Plasticine
  • Manly Tears: Two instances. The first instance are Tears of Blood when he is dreaming of the day Abraham defeated him. The second instance follows Anderson's death after he used Helena's Nail. Alucard truly believed with all his being that Anderson was capable of beating him as a human. By turning himself into a monster, Alucard was essentially heartbroken that he threw away what he believed made him strong.
  • Mook Horror Show: Heaven and Hell help you if you have to fight him.
  • More Dakka
  • More Teeth than the Osmond Family
  • Mr. Fanservice
  • Multi-Armed and Dangerous: Alucard sprouts extra pairs during his battle with Rip van Winkle.
  • Name's the Same: There are major differences between him and the Alucard from Castlevania.
  • Names to Run Away From Really Fast: Alucard...
  • Nice Hat
  • Nigh Invulnerable: He has extraordinary regenerative powers, being able to build himself back up from a pool of blood.
  • Nightmare Face
  • Nightmare Fuel Station Attendant
  • Noble Demon
  • Not So Different: Alucard admits he and the Major are alike in volume 4 as incorrigible warmongers. But unlike the Major, Alucard shows indeed remorse and tears up when he recalls what he lost in past battles. His comparison with Anderson in volume 9 is far more accurate.
  • Now That's Using Your Teeth: How he stops one of Rip Van's bullets. It appears to have broken his jaw. Don't worry though, he gets better.
  • Odd Couple: With Integra, but whether it's romantic or not is debatable.
  • Odd Friendship: With Walter, most predominately in The Dawn.
    • Seems to have something of a strange relationship with the Queen as well, as they are both quite fond of each other. Most likely has something to do with the fact that she has known him longer than anyone still living.
  • The Older Immortal
  • One Head Taller: With Integra. Whether or not this is supposed to have romantic undertones is a Shipping issue.
    • Even more obvious in Alucard and Seras's case, even though it's used to depict their father-daughter, mentor-student connection.
      • Seras reaches Alucard far below the shoulder.
  • One-Man Army: Level 0 form. Every soul he has consumed, including Rip Van Winkle and the Dandyman, come out from his body to fight. By the events of the OVA, he has thousands to millions of souls. Do the math.
  • OOC Is Serious Business: Alucard is not only sincere, but pleading when urging Anderson not to use Helena's Nail to become a monster. When Alucard is the one acting like this, you know something very, very bad is about to happen.
  • Oral Fixation: It goes without saying really, considering the whole vampire thing...
  • Parental Substitute: Seems to be this for Seras, along with Integra.
  • Physical God: Or at least very close to one in terms of power. See Superpower Lottery bellow.
  • Power Limiter: Alucard's monstrous powers are kept in check by a series of 4 magical gates, called the Control Art Restriction System. Alucard has some access to these via the "Cromwell Approval", but Integra herself must authorize their level of use for the most part. In the manga, and therefore in Hellsing Ultimate, Alucard is allowed to use any power he has access to at his current restriction level, but only has access to a subset of his powers unless all restrictions are released, and he cannot release any further restrictions without Integra's express permission. How it works in the anime is anyone's guess.
  • Power Makes Your Hair Grow: The more powerful he becomes, the longer his hair grows out.
  • Prehensile Hair: Although it's kinda difficult to tell where the guy's hair ends and where his shadow tendril things begin. But he definitely has more prehensile body parts than any creature has the right to have.
  • Psycho for Hire: Sort of. He has all of the mannerisms and motives necessary for this trope, but he only works for one person.
  • Psychopathic Manchild: Type C. Though he's usually composed and a perfect gentleman, he turns into a giggling lunatic in battle.
  • Psychotic Smirk: Default expression.
  • Punch! Punch! Punch! Uh Oh...: He likes to let opponents literally rip him to pieces, apparently just to see the look on their faces when the pieces melt back together.
  • Rape as Backstory: Heavily implied.
    • Confirmed by Word of God in the manga (volume 8) where Hirano states that Alucard was "raped by an arab" as a child.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Yep.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Red to Integra's blue, and to a lesser extent, Anderson as well.
  • Retired Monster: At the end of the series. He was already one in the beginning because of his past life (Vlad the Impaler) as a mass-murdering caligula and he still enjoys killing.
  • Scary Shiny Glasses: Often.
  • Sharp-Dressed Man: Oh yes.
  • Slasher Smile: All the damn time.
  • Superpower Lottery: Aside from the common vampire powers (Superhuman Strength, Speed, Reflexes, Immortality, spreading his condition to others) Alucard can also levitate, pass through walls, manipulate shadows, shapeshift, telepathically manipulate people (he needs apparently eye contact for that) and heal from as little as ashes.
  • Spirited Competitor: Nothing makes him happier than fighting a Worthy Opponent. Well, except Integra.
  • Tall, Dark and Handsome
  • Tall, Dark and Snarky
  • There Is No Kill Like Overkill: So long as Integra orders it, he'll do whatever he damn well pleases to his opponents. If they can't stop him, well, it sucks to be them.
  • Token Evil Teammate
  • Undying Loyalty: Not only is he fiercely dedicated to his master and country, he can't forgive traitors. Sort of Berserk Button.
  • Unstoppable Rage: Alucard goes completely ballistic against God Monster Anderson
  • Vampires Are Sex Gods
  • Villain Protagonist
  • Villainous Breakdown: Oh, he doesn't suffer one. He causes them.
    • Until Anderson's death. That said, it was much more of a Tear Jerker moment than anything, but regardless he still did break down in tears.
  • Voluntary Shapeshifting
  • Warrior Poet
  • Wicked Cultured: He doesn't usually show it as he presumably has no need to, but it does tend to come out during unexpected moments.
  • Wild Hair: Especially as Dracula.
  • Will They or Won't They?: with Integra.
  • What Have I Become?
  • When He Smiles: He shows Seras a genuine, heartwarming smile after releasing his Zero Restriction and showing his true identity and power to her for the first time, patting her on the head as well - almost a "parental" gesture of a father proud of his daughter. Considering his default state, this was a truly beautiful thing.
    • His smile becomes a warm, genuine one when he meets the Queen agian.
  • Woobie, Destroyer of Worlds: He may qualify as this. If you look through the axe-craziness, he seems like quite the Death Seeker. Then there's his Dark and Troubled Past...
  • Worthy Opponent: Humans who can face him receive his absolute respect, probably born from being defeated at his mightiest by Abraham Van Helsing and restoring his faith in humanity. It's also the reason why he obeys Integra to death and beyond.

     Sir Integra Fairbrook Wingates Hellsing 

Voiced by: Yoshiko Sakakibara (adult) / Kaori Mizuhashi (young) (JP), Victoria Harwood (adult) / Laura Bailey (young) (EN)

"Don't you dare question my resolve! I have already given you your marching orders, soldier! You will search and destroy! SEARCH AND DESTROY! Any resistance you encounter is to be CRUSHED! Hellsing does not run from our enemies! KILL THEM ALL! I order you to leave nothing but bloody stains in your way!"

The head of the Hellsing Organization and the last descendant of said bloodline; one of the knights of the Round Table also known as the Twelve Conventions that control the 'British Empire' in the shadows and protect the Anglican faith and the Crown. It is unknown how she lost her mother, but her father died when she was about twelve years of age. As her father lay on his deathbed, he told Integra that if she ever was caught in a bad situation and has no one else to turn to, she should head for the cells deep below the manor, where the family's "darkest legacy" is kept, and that it will be her greatest weapon and the "instrument of her salvation". She awakens Alucard with her blood when she was cornered by her evil uncle Richard Hellsing, but Alucard saves her life and swears his loyalty to her. Shortly after this, Integra kills Richard Hellsing and is knighted days later. She's twenty-two years old during the course of most of the story.

     Seras "Police Girl" Victoria 
Click here to see her true form... 

Voiced by: Fumiko Orikasa (JP), KT Gray (EN)

"I did everything you told me... In return you're going to help me... Help me send these Nazis back to Hell!"

A cute young police officer who was caught in the wrong place at the wrong time. She was sent to investigate the mysteious disappearances in the small village of Cheddar. However, things are much worse as she finds out—a vampire masquerading as a priest had taken over the village and killed all the villagers, most of them now turned into slavering, mindless ghouls (zombies). Despite being severely outmatched, Seras refuses to back down and fights as best as she could. She was finally captured and held hostage by the vampire priest, who threatened to rape and kill her. Alucard destroys the vampire, shooting Seras through the lung in the process. After this, Seras allows Alucard to suck her blood and transform her into a vampire. She becomes his servant and is employed as one of Hellsing's soldiers soon after.

     Walter C. Dornez 

Voiced by: Motomu Kiyokawa (old) / Daisuke Namikawa (young adult) / Romi Park (teenager) (JP), Ralph Lister (EN)

"Oh dear, I missed...I guess I'm not as spry as I used to be. My name is Walter Dornez, butler to the Hellsing family and former master vampire hunter."

Integra's butler and also the retired retainer of the Hellsing Family. He is known as the "Angel of Death", due to his incredible fighting prowess and skill with manipulating ultra-thin wires that can cut nearly anything to ribbons. Don't be fooled by his elderly appearance — to this day he can still prove to kick a lot of undead ass.

     Pip Bernadotte 

Voiced by: Hiroaki Hirata (JP), Yuri Lowenthal (EN)

"Oh, the iniquity! Damn you, bourgeoisie! Damn you!"

The captain of the Wild Geese mercenaries, who are hired by Hellsing after the entire Hellsing forces were wiped out by the Valentine Brothers. Bernadotte is cynical, snarky, and a pervert, but he's also a cunning strategist and very proficient in the art of war.

     Dr. Abraham Van Helsing 

Voiced by: Chikao Ohtsuka (JP), Curt Lowens (EN)

"This is not a nightmare you will be awaking from. You castles are plundered, your dominion is in ruins. Your servants destroyed. And the girl has fled this place forever more! She will NEVER be yours, Count! You are judged, and found wanting Vampire King! You have nothing! You ARE nothing! NOTHING!"

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 captured and enslaved 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 Curb-Stomp Battle and is the reason he thinks Humans Are Special. Damn. Ladies and gentlemen, meet the most Badass character in the series.
  • Cool Old Guy
  • Face Framed in Shadow: A rare heroic example.
  • Nice Hat: It would later become Alucard’s.
  • Noodle Incident: It's never explained or shown even a glimpse (for all the massive Flashback) of how Abraham managed to defeat and enslave Dracula. All that is stated is that Dracula went all out, and Abraham managed to put such fear (and respect) that has haunted his nightmares for hundreds of years and make him weep blood... yeah. No matter how you cut it, this man is Badass.
  • Our Founder
  • World's Strongest Man: Let us say it again: He beat Alucard at his very best in a Curb-Stomp Battle. Alucard, Who may just be one of the single most overpowered characters in anime history.

     Arthur Hellsing 

Voiced by: Chikao Ohtsuka (old) / Daisuke Namikawa (young) (JP), John E. Breen (EN)

"Alucard is too powerful of a drug to be used as anything more than the occasional medicine."

Integra's father and former leader of Hellsing. He's the one who conducted experiments on Dracula, ultimately turning him into the Alucard of current. He oversaw and personally conducted the operation during World War II where Walter and Alucard raided Millennium's headquarters in Warsaw, Poland.

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