In Castlevania's defense, that's not Alucard's actual name. Or even his name backwards. :p
It's just an alias he took on to represent his opposition to Dracula . His name's Adrian Fahrenheit Tepes. --- Look, for the last time: Kirby has explained it over and over! http://i279.photobucket.com/albums/kk138/Schesparn/11911255317531.gif
I've played (and own) most of the Castlevanias. Not Lords of Shadow, though. That one never snagged my interest. --- Look, for the last time: Kirby has explained it over and over! http://i279.photobucket.com/albums/kk138/Schesparn/11911255317531.gif
A dried up vamp is more like... a dried up vamp -.- Take Alucard for example, feeding makes him stronger, more souls, more power
That's the Hellsing guy right? I haven't watched that yet. And I can see the other side argued. Just that in that case, evil people will easily become very strong. If I have no issues with killing people, then I'll be an amazing vampire, I'll just everyone.. Whereas in the other case, being a good vampire takes discipline. You have to force yourself not to drink blood, which you want badly.
Alucard is the good guy. >_> --- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dr8LflK7jik&feature=channel&list=UL And my life is complete.