For torturing people by impalement, it is alleged that his executioners learned how to have the victims placed so that the pikes, spears, or other shafts on which they had them impaled would pass most or all of the victim's vital organs, entering their lower nether regions and exiting near the back of their neck. Additionally, Alucard has two signature weapons: a pair of intimidating, high powered semi-automatic handguns named the .454 Casull and the Jackal. He then heads to Rio with Seras. Alucard is seen as the dog in the Hellsing opening as well as in the trailer for the Hellsing OVAs. Alucard then taunts Walter, telling him that he was afraid of becoming old and useless and that his victory over Alucard would just provide a self-esteem boost.
Such early hints include his anagrammatic name (Alucard is Dracula, reversed), the title of the series and the name of Integra's family, and the impalement of the GATE officers in volume 3. Alucard's head, pinned to the wall by Anderson. Instead of gloating or laughing as with his other defeated foes, Alucard is overcome by grief and screams at Anderson for making the same mistake that he did and starts to sob under his breath. However, the final episode does feature a visual reference to Vlad Ţepeş, and Alucard refers to his name as being "a bit of an enigma" when speaking to Incognito before they fight. This time, however, for some reason, it seems more beautiful to him than ever before, and he starts to disappear as the Major explains to Integra what is happening. Immediately after this report, Schrödinger appears and sets up a video conference between Integra and The Major. French voice The enormous army surrounding him in this state, along with the souls of every single person he has ever drank the blood of, accompanies this form as well. Anderson exchanges a few final words with Alucard and then crumbles to dust with a final, "Amen", echoed by Alucard. After fending off an assault from Seras, Alhambra re-engages Alucard, only to have his knee inverted with a kick and his arm split lengthwise after a failed attempt to do the same to Alucard with one of his cards. It is stated in the official guidebook that the term "The Bird of Hermes is my name/Eating my wings to make me tame" etched on his coffin is his pledge of loyalty to serve the Hellsing family after his capture. One of Alucard's alternate forms resembles a little girl, which is often nicknamed "Girlycard." He states to Walter and Integra that he turned her into a vampire on a whim based on Seras' own decision to live. German voice The hound's corpse and Luke are both then hijacked by Walter's wires, and he begins to control them like puppets. Despite the strategy of stranding in the ocean (as vampires cannot cross large bodies of water on their own), he manages to use his shadow powers to take control of and sail the stalled ship. After protecting her from Richard's final attempt to kill her, Alucard allows Integra to kill her uncle herself. While he is frustrated with her refusal to drink blood at first, he was always confident that eventually she would drink and seemed quite proud of her when the time came. Age In his first meeting with Alexander Anderson, he assumed he had easily killed Anderson with a single bullet but was caught off guard when Anderson regenerated. He kills all the men in the room and severs Richard's arm before pledging his allegiance to his new master. Hermes was also noted for transporting souls to the Underworld, while Alucard, in contrast, devours them. The ammunition for Alucard's Casull and Jackal appear to be high impact, hollow point rounds, giving them even more stopping power.