I didn't understand the part where he's lying on the ground in a flashback, and there's blood beginning to slide over to him. Was he a vampire that refused blood or something? Or was he about to undergo the same thing dracula did from the beginning?
Yes, he had the potential to become a vampire in the same capacity as Lord Dracula, but rejected it for all the reasons why he respects humanity and curses his own existence so much. And he did so after taking a direct barrage of Soviet gunfire. He was really something else.
Getting trashed because Alucard returned wasn't planned. His 'war' being dismissed as a mere terrorist incident wasn't planned.
He failed. I suppose he succeeded in making Walter die a virgin and get Pip and Alucard eventually getting laid.
That was Hirano using her as mouthpiece >>118609336
Major wanted to erase Alucard, he failed. He spent 50 years of his pathetic life for this while Abraham was more accomplished and actually met his goals in like a week to know the Count. Major failed to realize the key of destroying Alucard. He guessed it earlier in vol 4 and because he was such a monster, he didn't realize it really.
Hirano talks a bit more of it. The reason why Alucard bothered to bring himself back to life was because of Integra. If Major had actually killed her, he would have won.
maybe in MSG. But in CCA his plan was filled with holes that Bright spotted. luckily the feds didnt back up bright otherwise the whole thing would have failed
>Just as predicted in the Dead Sea Scrolls
Though I think dumb luck and the fact that there seems to be about a dozen different ways to trigger an Impact in the Evaverse probably helped too.
Gendo might seems like a "Just as planned" antagonist, but if you pay attention he's not. Both he and his sponsors/rivals in SEELE constantly have to reevaluate their plans in reaction to the angel attacks as well as each others' gambits- its just that both parties are exceedingly good at it.
If there's anyone in Eva who planned shit to the last detail decades in advance, its