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|Trinity Blood Chapter IV |
Actors: Hiroki Touchi, Mamiko Noto, Takako Honda, Hitomi Nabatame, Kazuya Nakai
Director: Tomohiro Hirata
Genres: Action & Adventure, Drama, Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Television, Anime & Manga, Animation
Wouldn't you rather light a candle instead of of curse the darkness? The object of the evening is revealed to sow the seeds of suspicion and unrest among the people of the world, to enflame the hatred and distrust between ... more »
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Shane Shogren | Las Vegas, NV | 02/03/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The drama becomes more intense as the body count rises and the story progresses with more death, destruction and injuries following Father Nightroad's attempt to arrange a meeting between his boss and a vampire envoy.
This chapter focuses on the events occurring too and around Ion Fortuna. From his growing relationship with Esther to the deaths that surround his family, the story builds more drama as the young Earl's life continues to be plagued with heartbreak.
Later Esther and Nightroad journey to the Empire and are subsequently accused of slaughtering vampire nobles.
Trinity Blood - Chapter IV brings us closer to the Rosen Kruez plans of eliminating the Empress and one step closer to the fate of both the Methuselahs and Terrans."
D. V. Wasson | 05/19/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The Ibelis (pts. 2&3) (Episodes 13-14) Abel and Ester form and alliance with Brother Petros of the Inquisition(He works for Cardinal Francesco). Ion insists on completing his mission to meet with Cardinal Caterina. Petros agrees to help and then promises to kill him. The order or Rosenkreutz works to prevent this meeting and start a war between the Empire and the Vatican.
The Nightlords(pts. 1-2) (Episodes 15-16) Abel and Esther are sent to the Empire to open diplomatic relations. Ion's return home leads to attack on his family home and the death of his grandmother.
The plot thickens
Kellyannl | Bronx, NY USA | 03/12/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"These are the turning point episodes of Trinity Blood, when questions begin to be answered and things start to proceed at full speed.
The first two episodes involve the continuation of what must be the worst few days of Ion Fortuna's life as his allies try to get him to the negotiation table alive. That's only half the problem though, as the last two episodes begin Abel and Esther's journey with him back to Methuselah to report to the Empress and complete his mission - a mission that more than a few don't want to succeed...
This is also an important volume for Esther, as she's forced to come to terms with Abel's dark side and the worst aspects of his being a Krusnik - and starts to form a deep bond against all odds with Ion in spite of her hatred of Methuselah, no longer able to see the essentially gentle young vampire in the same light now that she's gotten to know him.
The arcs revolving around Ion's mission are arguably the best of the entire series, and Trinity Blood fans often point to these episodes as some of their favorites."
I love this anime!
Miss Kitty | Florida | 02/16/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Trinity Blood is a very character driven story. The main plot is a bit odd since it takes place in a world where vampires and humans live side by side fighting for control after a huge world war almost destroyed both sides. The war is never really talked about so we don't know much about the world before that which leaves many questions unanswered. The character are so good that you won't care about a hole or two in the basic plot. Go for it."