Relationships Between the Hellsing Characters | Anime Amino
Read Don't Test Me from the story Immortals *Hellsing Ultimate* (Alucard/OC) by rias_m (Rias Minarossi) with reads. integra, fanfiction, Twelve years later he meets the same girl, watch what happens as they try to build a relationship. His relationships were with the Queen and the Hellsing family. lived long enough after Integra's death that he might get the idea to really test. The relationship between Integra and Alucard is that of a servant and master. Alucard listens and obeys her every command, without any.
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. She could call upon him for companionship anytime she desired, and he would answer that call. He was not a 'nice guy', nor what many would call a 'good man'. But whatever goodness, whatever empathy and compassion remained within him, whatever spark of human decency he still possessed She was everything to him, though she would never know it.
He'd spent thirty years slaughtering the souls that dwelt within him — thirty years of self mutilation so that he could return to a world that hated him and an un life he despised. He'd done it all for her, just to see her smiling face once more, the only one who never questioned his return, who knew all along that he'd be back for her. Perhaps it didn't matter whether or not he told her how he felt. Perhaps she knew already. Was that why her faith had never wavered during his long by human standards anyway absence?
Was that why her face seemed so calm, so serene, as she laid in his arms and embraced him in her sleep? It was a scary thought — that she might possibly be aware of how much power she had over him. He already had one master and could hardily be expected to serve two, should Seras ever decide to put that power to the test. But then, it was unlikely that she'd do that. She was as loyal to Integra as he was, having stood guard over his master for the thirty years he was away — and without any seals to compel her to do so.
No, she would not try to interfere in that, would not allow petty, unfounded jealousy to cause friction in their relationships. If, indeed, she had been intuitive enough to decipher how he really felt about her, then she doubtless also understood the relationship between the three of them.
It may have seemed complicated on the surface, but in truth it was simple, far simpler than the one which existed between her and him. The two of them were lovers No, if Seras had been wise enough to figure out their own relationship, then she also knew that Integra was no threat to it.
The lady knight was Alucard's master, his sovereign. Seras was his lover, his heart.
Yes, she was his heart, the one who held every emotion — save that of anger and blind rage — in the palm of her hand. Integra controlled his powers, but it was Seras who could lift his heart with a smile She was his life, his humanity, all that was good in him; and, for the moment at least, she was also simply And that made that moment a wonderful, peaceful time in his life.
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.
The bullet grazed her arm and the blood from her injury fell onto the corpse, awakening Alucard. He kills all the men in the room and severs Richard's arm before pledging his allegiance to his new master. After protecting her from Richard's final attempt to kill her, Alucard allows Integra to kill her uncle herself. In the television series, Alucard offered Integra to be a vampire shortly after his awakening, but only when she bravely defied him did he consider her worthy of his respect and servitude and fit to be the head of the Hellsing family.
Alucard claimed that Integra "Hasn't changed, she is still so childish Over the years, Alucard and Walter help her grow and mature into the leader and master she becomes. As such, Integra is the only person whom Alucard will obey. Integra is also one of few people whose life and honor Alucard will bother to openly protect. In Episode 9 Red Rose Vertigo of the television series, Alucard is moved to shock and rage when Incognito implies that Integra has been killed.
Rather than stay and fight, Alucard makes a hasty return to the Hellsing manor to kill Bubbancy before she could turn Integra into a ghoul. Dornez Alucard is Walter's closest friend. However, when Walter betrayed Hellsing, Alucard saw him as a plaything. He once tried to offer Walter immortality as he did with Seras. Even though Walter helped and even risked his life he betrayed them, which leads Alucard and Walter to fight. Upon his return from Rio de Jainero, they speak to each other as old friends.
Relationships - ALUCARD
Alucard sees her as the "same spirited young woman he met fifty years ago," and that to his eyes, "time had made her more beautiful. Classification; Ally, Close Friend Alexander Anderson Anderson and Alucard have an intense and fiercely competitive rivalry that borders on kinship; their remarkable similarities and nature as polar opposites fuel both their intellectual and physical combat. Anderson is often referred to as the "Monster of God" while Alucard is the "Monster who rejects God". The relationship between the two grows as the series goes on.
The two almost seem to live so that they can fight each other.
When Anderson turns into a monster towards the end of the season and is defeated by Alucard, Alucard cries. There is a sense of respect between the two because Anderson tells Alucard not to cry and points out that he Alucard became a monster so that he no longer had to cry.
As The Major explains his reason for hating Alucard is because he is a monster that looks like a human and The Major is a human that looks like a monster.