The first story within the novel looks at an incident that occurred at Cross Academy in the year preceding Yuki's arrival, while the second story details an accident that occurred while Zero was still in training to be a vampire hunter.
Yuuki Cross has no memory of her life before the age of five, when she wasattacked by a vampire and strangely enough saved by another vampire called Kaname Kuran. Ten years later, she now lives with her adoptive father, Kaien Cross, the headmaster of Cross Academy - a prestigious private school with an unusualclass structure: the Day Class, which is made up of ordinary students, and the Night Class, an elite group of 'beautifulpeople'.Along with Zero Kiryuu, who was also a victim of avampire attack that killed his whole family, Yuuki guards the school and the Night Class's secret: the Night Class ismade up of vampires! What should happen if the Day Class discovered the Night class' secret? And what is Zero hidingfrom Yuuki? And the ultimate question: Who will win Yuuki's heart? Kaname or Zero?Credit: Kyoto1421267List of components: - Two Anime Seriesproduced by Studio DEEN, 13 episodes each.- Three Light Novels:"Ice Blue Sin", "Noir's Trap" and "Fleeting Dreams", written by Ayuna Fujisaki.
Even if the events can seem a bit over the top sometimes, Vampire Knight is an enjoyable anime with an interestingstory. It certainly brings a new idea to the table, that being a vampire isn't really that easy or glamorous.
Vampire knight anime missing a lot,if you really want to enjoy the storyline I recommend reading the manga, Yukicharacter gets so much better, of course the art & graphics of the anime are gorgeous, & let's not forgetKaname, he's the hottest vampire ever, other characters are cool as well, even Zero gets better in the upcoming events,I highly recommend reading the manga.
Vampire knight is my best anime i've ever seen right now,althought the story seems like there's something missing,butstill,the characters are likeable,the artworks is simply amazing,and the soundtrack is the best thing in the anime,istarted to watch the anime before the manga,when i finished the anime,then i read the manga,and i found a very hugedifference between them,the anime is more rushed and many cutted scenes,while the manga shows more than theanime,anyway,may the series is very sad but there's some humorous scenes,it's a very enjoyable anime.
Well it's a short and a nice anime. Both the seasons were quite interesting.I really like the ending part of season two, where Yukki's hair becomes long and her that weapon becomes a sickle andeven zero's gun though the looks is a lil' disappointing the power boost is quite awesome after living under Kaname'spower.Well both Kaname and zero are cool characters in their own way. But I've gotta admit that tattoo on zero's neck isawesome.People who like vampires will really take a liking to this anime.
I love vampires and this anime definitely depicted them perfectly but I found the plot quite boring overall. It wasrevolving around Yuuki - the main character - too much and there were too many twists I didn't like. I suppose thatsomeone who likes romance and love triangles would enjoy this but not me. Moreover, Yuuki was absolutely annoying and Ihad a feeling it was actually a mistake to focus so much attention on her. She could have played a less signifacnt roleand honestly, I think that if she hadn't interfered with the vamps so much, all of the problems would actually be solvedmuch more easily. On the other hand, I realize that the story wouldn't be so complicated and exciting then but I justcouldn't stand her as a character. Thumbs up for the gorgeous art and character design and for the beautiful music.
I love vampires, so I really enjoyed this one. The art is beautiful, although it can't be compared to the original, butI think the animators did a good job. The character design is also something that should be praised, those uniforms areamazing and I really liked the seiyuus they picked. The continuation, Vampire Knight Guilty, was a little bit boring,though. The episodes felt random and like they lost the thread of the story.
The art is good. The stories... are so-so. Maybe it's because 'sibling-love' between Kaname-Yuuki that kinda freaks meout. Even though they are vampire who wanted to keep their bloodline, or whatever. I also didnt like Yuuki's masochisticexpression when she got bite. My favorite in this series is just Zero Kiryuu. N I love Kaname n Zero stories more thanYuuki stories. ^^ Especially the ending scene between Kaname n Zero on the first season XD. But, because the manga isntfinished yet, the anime endings is bad too. I hope there will be season 3 of it.
Bon, je vais le faire en français, celui-ci x) [Trop de mal à trouver les mots ^^]Un shôjo pas mal. Bon, y'a des vampire, y'a de l'amour mais, y'a aussi de l'action, des combats et du saaaaang~ x)Même si l'histoire est un peu à l'eau de rose [Voire très par moments], elle est bien ficelée. Et pis, y'a quelquesmecs bien ténébreux comme on les aime ;3
About drinking the blood of the vampires he was sent to hunt. Unfortunately it's done in very poor taste and I found the sexual focus uncomfortably inconsistent with the usual feel of the franchise. I also found it degrading to Zero as a character.' A Maiden's Melancholy' - This story is told from White Lily's perspective, and while I always wished they would have done more with her instead of dropping her after the first few chapters, I felt like this story didn't fit with the others and added nothing. I'd rather they'd weaved her persepctive into the story we already know, rather than throw out a cheap side story.' In a Thousand Years' - Finally after all this time Vampire Knight returns to what I always loved about it in the first place: comedy rooted in night class antics. This is what was seriously lacking from the second half of the manga, and while it is a little jarring to return to it after all the melodrama, it feels somehow familiar.In the end I would say Fleeting Dreams is not nearly as good as Ice Blue Sin, but heads above Noir's Trap.
Produced by Studio Deen, the anime series' first season aired in Japan on TV Tokyo between April 8, 2008 and July 1, 2008. The second season, titled Vampire Knight Guilty aired on the same station from October 7, 2008 and December 30, 2008. The anime uses many of the same voice actors as were used for the drama CDs. The anime adaptations have been licensed for release in North America by Viz Media, the DVD will be released sometime in 2010. Contents PlotYuuki Cross earliest memory is of being all alone on a snowy night in winter, when she was attacked by an evil 'Level E' vampire and saved by a powerful but kind vampire named Kaname Kuran. Afterward, Yuuki is then brought to Kaien Cross, who adopts her.
Kaien Cross is the Headmaster of Cross Academy and is also an ex-vampire hunter who now wishes for vampires and humans to live alongside peacefully. Yuuki grows up to become a prefect AKA: 'guardian' for the school, which is running an experimental program that is trying to prove that vampires can coexist peacefully with humans. The human students of the 'Day Class' are not aware that their counterparts in the 'Night Class' are all actually vampires. Only the prefects know the truth.The Night Class student body is made up of upper-class vampires, as there is a hierarchy among vampire society. 'Purebloods' (Level A) are the rarest and most elite, having never mixed with humans in their ancestry. They are also the most powerful and their blood is the most desirable as it grants whoever drinks it greater powers. Purebloods are also the only class of vampire with the power to turn humans into other vampires.
They are still very powerful however, but not as powerful as purebloods. Then there are 'normal' vampires (level C). And finally, there are the lower classes of vampires (level D in the anime, and E in the manga) that consist of humans who have been changed into vampires- not born as one. These types of vampires eventually go insane with bloodlust unless they are stabilized by drinking the blood of the one who originally bit them. Level E vampires are almost always beyond help, losing all their rationality and killing without remorse to get blood.Yuuki's fellow guardian and childhood companion, Zero Kiryuu, whose parents were killed in front of him by a pureblood vampire four years earlier, is now determined to kill all purebloods and refuses to trust the other vampires at the school.
Zero himself is now manifesting vampire traits however, having been bitten that day by the same vampire who attacked his family, Shizuka Hiou. Due to his horrific past and the fact that he came from a family of vampire hunters, he hates what he has become and fights his instincts the best he can.Yuuki tries to help him fight his bloodlust while also seeking to recover the memories she lost as a young child. As the series progresses, Zero's thirst for blood leads to his drinking from Yuuki, by her consent, to avoid becoming a level E vampire and losing himself to his monstrous instincts. Kaname is very protective of Yuuki, and to stop her from having to do this, he gives Zero his own 'pure' blood. Also, since he had consumed the blood of Shizuka Hio, his own helps keep Zero from going insane and from needing to feed from Yuuki.Eventually, it is revealed that Yuuki is a pureblood vampire herself; the Pureblood Princess of the Kuran family, who had been transformed into a human before she lost her memories.
He was raised by Yuuki's parents, Juuri and Haruka Kuran, after Rido had kidnapped and sacrificed their first child to bring him back to life. To save Yuuki from being killed by her evil uncle Rido, her mother sacrificed her life in order to perform a spell that would seal Yuuki's memories and allow her to live as a human in order to avoid being found. After Yuuki reawakens to her vampire nature, Rido again tries to kill her and consume her power. 2b1af7f3a8