On a snowy winter night, a small girl stands aimlessly in the snow. Out of nowhere, a bestial vampire appears and begins to attack her. However, she is suddenly saved by another vampire, who then asks if she is alright. This vampire is found out later to be Kaname Kuran. At that moment, a girl says you must never look into a vampire's eyes or you will be enslaved by them.
At night, the Night students are assembled, and their teacher talks about the newly developed blood pill, and says that the young pupils are the pride of the entire vampire race for they have successfully created a blood substitute. Ruka then says to Kaname that he seems pretty interested in Yuki, and he agrees, much to her grief and envy. This is because of Ruka's concealied infatuation with Kaname. Yuki then thinks about the Night students, and inwardly states that she is helping to protect them.
At the Headmaster's office, the two prefects, Yuki and Zero, are talking with Headmaster Cross. Zero is complaining about his job, and that the headmaster should've gotten some more competent prefects (annoying a dejected Yuki). However, Headmaster Cross replies that it is not possible, as the existence of the vampires needs to be kept a secret. That is the job of the prefects, or \"Guardians\". He says that he knows he can leave it to his \"dear\" son and \"loving\" daughter, but Zero gets angry at that, saying that even though he was raised by him, he does not acknowledge Kaien as his father. Yuki then says that she's happy about the job, and is about to receive a hug from the Headmaster, but she quickly dodges it. He then reveals his dream of making peace between vampires and humans and why the Night students and Day students are being kept apart for the time being.
She then leaves, and she thinks about her past, saying that she has little memory of her childhood, but she remembers that Kaname took her to Kaien Cross, who then took her in as his daughter. She encounters Kaname and another night class student, Takuma, who thank her for her disciplinary work. After Yuki leaves, Kaname and Takuma discuss the loyalty of the other vampires to Kaname, the Pureblood. According to Takuma, the other vampires have learned to like their new lives, but only follow the school rules because of Kaname. Ichijo continues by warning Kaname that even with Kaname being a Pureblood, there are still vampires that will listen to others.
The next day, Yuki is sleeping in class, but her friend manages to wake her up by mentioning Yuki's favorite meal. The teacher tells her that she has to stay and take extra lessons, understanding that it's a hard job with just her and Zero as the \"Disciplinary Committee\". However, she ends up being all alone, and she goes to look for Zero instead. She finds him sleeping in the stable near a horse named Lily, and she ends up getting angry at him. They then leave for their nightly patrol. Yuki ends up thinking about the fact that not all vampires are nice like Kaname, a prime example being that Zero's parents got killed by vampires.
She then ends up encountering two girls from the Day Class sneaking around, even though it's night; she climbs down from the roof with the help of a tree branch. She asks them what they were doing, and they reply that they came to take some pictures of the Night students. Two of the Night students (Hanabusa and Akatsuki) suddenly appear, saying that they were drawn by the scent of blood. Hanabusa grabs Yuki's hand, looking at the wound she has on it from climbing down. He then proceeds to drink some blood from the wound, much to the fright of the two Day Class students, who faint from shock. Zero then arrives, just as Hanabusa was about to drink blood from Yuki's neck, and nearly shoots one of them with his Bloody Rose gun. Kaname then arrives, and takes the two other vampires back to the Headmaster for punishment, after erasing the memory of the two human girls.
Zero and Yuki then leave, and Zero ties up Yuki's wound. He then proceeds to say that because they were drawn by the scent of blood, they're little more than animals. Yuki is in the Headmaster's bathroom, drying her hair, when Zero suddenly comes in, angering her; Zero says it's not his fault the Sun Dormitory closes the bathrooms at dusk. He begins undressing, making Yuki toss a beauty product at him because she's a girl; she then guesses Zero doesn't consider her a girl. Continuing to drying her hair, Yuki says vampires must really love the taste of her blood, joking that legends say she might become one now. Zero goes into the next room, completely ignoring Yuki, heavily breathing, trying to resist the smell of her blood.
After the events that occurred the night before, Hanabusa receives ten days of suspension, but believes it was worth it to obtain Yuki's irresistible blood. Kaname hearing Hanabusa tell this to Akatsuki, comes over and slaps him and Hanabusa quickly apologizes. Elsewhere Yuki explains that humans should not go near vampires.
This page provides episode summaries for the anime Vampire Knight (season 1) and Vampire Knight: Guilty (Season 2). The upcoming third and final season, Vampire Knight: Memories, is set to come some time once the manga is complete.
Two drama CDs were created for the series, as well as a twenty-six episode anime adaptation based on the first two sagas. Produced by Studio Deen, the anime series' first season aired in Japan on TV Tokyo between April and July 2008. The second season, aired on the same station from October to December 2008. The anime uses many of the same voice actors as were used for the drama CDs. The anime adaptation was licensed for release in North America by Viz Media.
Yuki's earliest memory is of a stormy night in winter, where she was attacked by a rogue vampire and rescued by Kaname Kuran, a Pureblood vampire. Ten years later, Yuki is the adopted daughter of the headmaster of Cross Academy, Kaien Cross, and has become a guardian of the vampire race, protecting her childhood crush, Kaname, from discovery as he leads a group of vampires at the elite boarding school.
At her side is Zero Kiryu, a childhood friend whose hatred for the creatures that destroyed everything he held dear leaves him determined never to trust them. This coexisting arrangement seems all well and good, but have the vampires truly renounced their murderous ways, or is there a darker truth behind their actions In this world of secrets, nothing is as it seems. The price of misplaced trust may even be worse than death. Should Yuki truly find out what was in her past, is the truth going to hurt her worse than not knowing
Vampire Knight was adapted into a thirteen episode anime television series by Studio Deen, which was broadcast on TV Tokyo from April 8 to July 1, 2008.[a] A second thirteen-episode season, Vampire Knight Guilty, was broadcast from October 7 to December 30, 2008.[b]
Three light novels created by Matsuri Hino and Ayuna Fujisaki were published in Japan by Hakusensha in 2008 (the first two novels) and 2013 (the third), respectively. The novels feature side-stories that use the characters of the manga, but are not specifically based on chapters from the series. The first novel, Vampire Knight: Ice Blue's Sin (ヴァンパイア騎士 憂氷の罪, Vanpaia Naito: Aisu Burū no Tsumi), was published on April 5, 2008. The first story within the novel looks at an incident that occurred at Cross Academy in the year preceding Yuki's arrival about a Day Class student named Fuka Kisaragi, while the second story details an incident that occurred while Zero was still in training to be a vampire hunter alongside Kaito Takamiya, another boy training under Toga Yagari to be a vampire hunter.
Yuki's earliest memory is of a stormy night in winter, wherein she was attacked by a vampire... and then rescued by another. Now 10 years later, Yuki Cross, the adopted daughter of the headmaster of Cross Academy, has grown up and become a guardian of the vampire race, protecting her savior, Kaname, from discovery as he leads a group of vampires at the elite boarding school. But also at her side is Zero Kiryu, a childhood friend who's hatred for the creatures that destroyed everything he held dear, is now determined never to trust them.
This coexisting arrangement seems all well and good, but have the vampires truly renounced their murderous ways, or is there a darker truth behind their actions Is Kaname's infatuation with Yuki the beginning of a forbidden romance, or is it something in her forgotten past that draws him to her. Because in this world of secrets, nothing is as it seems. And the price of misplaced trust may even be worse than death.
Further, I didn't watch the anime and only read its manga till the end, but seeing Wikipedia's page of List of Vampire Knight episodes, seeing the story of the last episode of Vampire Knight: Guilty, I can tell you that's not how the manga ended.
Of course, whether or not you accept that it's the end is another matter. Since there have been no new releases afterward, there doesn't seem to be any plans to continue after Chapter 93. There's probably fan fiction and doujinshi floating around, but these wouldn't be considered as canon (e.g. Yuki making Sayori a vampire and becoming a couple forever)
The anime is able to use color and movement which gives the vampires, whose eyes glow red and fangs gleam in the light, a very sinister feel. Viewers have the choice or subtitles or dubbed voices. These first four episodes jump into the story and even new viewers, unfamiliar with the manga, will enjoy the romance, action and mystery. While Zero removes his shirt, there is nothing in this anime that could keep it from being shown to teens .
For the episodes, they should start with \"Episode\". Following that is the number of the episode chronologically in the K Anime. So, for example, the first episode of the anime would be Episode 1. 781b155fdc
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