I once watched the abridge version at school before with a friend while a very religious type guess was visiting the class..
>Literally forgot she was there
This popped up while neither of us was paying attention to it and lets say she doesn't like the anime. Or Caramelldansen for some reason
>always found anderson really cool
>always been interested in the crusades, crusaders, crusader armor
>always play a crusader or paladin in RPGs
>decide to look up the origins one day
>required reading everywhere
>literally the most boring shit I've ever read
>go back to just liking them purely for the aesthetics
>KKK admires white hoods
>ruins them for everyone
>Nazis admire swastika
>ruins it for everyone
After all this time I realized how funny it is how absolutely fucked the balance of power is after the timeskip.
Heinkel and Seras were a lil mini version of Anderson and Alucard. But of course Alucard is fucking back now. So the Vatican will probably start the 10th crusade.
A strong argument can be made for the opposite. He's not only immortal, now he's eternal. He will continue to exist as long as he can recognize himself since he absorbed Schrodinger's cat.
Also we don't know what happened to all the lives he'd "killed" inside himself. Maybe he was absorbing them into his main body like he did with all the people he killed throughout the series.
Schrodinger's immortality was a step above Alucard's too, and coupled with his physical abilities he should be pretty strong. He can put up a good fight without releasing all those armies of shadows and shit. He beat Anderson with hand-to-hand.
He probably means that he's weaker now because he killed all the existences inside of himself to come back. Right now he's just a single really strong vampire like he was when he emptied himself out during the battle; but even then, they still couldn't beat him.
He may be completely untouchable anyway, since he has Shroedinger's powers though.
>Nazarenos wear the capirote in order to humiliate themselves due to pointed hats being associated with dunces and idiots.
>KKK adopts the capirote because it looked cool.
Funny how these things turn out.
The idea of the French being cowards is actually a very recent stereotype, mainly stemming from them refusing to join in the invasion of Iraq.
Before that the stereotype is that they were shitty at wars and thus prone to surrender.
>Idiot thinks the Capirotes are the KKK