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The Order of Rosen Kreuz seeks to unravel their painstaking progress. Abel Nightroad and Sister Esther have ventured to the heart of the Empire only to find the enemy deeply entrenched. As they risk all to break the endless cycle of hatred and violence eyes turn toward the dawn of a new age. Success drives the adversary to desperate measures but the Empress has a few startling revelations of her own Genre: ANIMATION/ADULT SWIM Artist: TRINITY BLOOD Rating: UNRATED UPC: 704400084607 Manufacturer No: 1-4210-1517-X

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As Trinity Blood builds toward its climax, the story darkens and grows even more complicated. Episodes #17, 18, and 19 focus primarily on a plot to kill the eternal Empress because she might improve relations with the Vatican and the human world. While these machinations unfold, the affection between Ion and Esther deepens, although he's a vampire/Methuselah and she's a human and a nun. Although Father Abel Nightroad is referred to as a nano-machine, he turns out to be a sort of vampire's vampire: A Methuselah who lives on the blood of other vampires--but who denies himself that nourishment. A new subplot begins in Episode #20, when Pope Alessandro XVIII and Esther travel to the Kingdom of Albion for the funeral of the Queen. Albion preserves much of the sophisticated technology that vanished from the rest of the world during the "Armageddon," but it's also troubled by human-vampire conflicts. It will be interesting to see if and how the filmmakers tie all these frayed storylines into anything approaching a real conclusion. (Rated TV 14, suitable for ages 16 and older: graphic violence, grotesque imagery, tobacco and alcohol use, offensive religious imagery.) --Charles Solomon

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  • Actors: Russell Wait, Hiroki Touchi, Mamiko Noto, Takako Honda, Hitomi Nabatame
  • Directors: Tomohiro Hirata
  • Producers: Michiko Suzuki
  • Format: Animated, Color, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Funimation Prod
  • DVD Release Date: March 13, 2007
  • Run Time: 100 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000LP5FV8
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #199,137 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Trinity Blood - Chapter V" on IMDb

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We learn a bit more about Cain, but still nothing substantial.
Matthew Lotz
I really enjoyed watching this series and now I've even started collecting the novels and manga as well.
Miss Kitty
Like all the great animes this story has tons of great characters and very compelling story.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Kellyannl on March 11, 2007
Format: DVD
This volume ends with the beginning of an important subplot involving kind and good intentioned but too-innocent-for-his-own-good Pope Alessandro, but first is a series of episodes that lead to a dramatic conclusion to the story of the slow-burning friendship between Sister Esther and Ion Fortuna.

Already heartbroken and demoralized after what he's been through, Ion has a proverbial knife twisted in him one more time when he learns about Esther's opinion of Methuselah before she met him and he struggles to decide whether the affection growing between them has been real. His attempts to get to the Empress are thwarted one last time by Dietrich, who has him thrown into a cell with Esther on trumped up charges and shoots him to trigger his body's need for blood - cruelly throwing them a knife to do with as they will and leaving them with an unspeakably horrible decision to make: which will die to save the other's life?

The outcome is rather predictable, but the intense interaction between the two beforehand is still beautiful, tender in spite of the desperation of their situation, and one of the anime's most memorable and moving scenes. In this volume, the pair become the living, breathing embodiment of what the Vatican and Methuselah agents of goodwill have been fighting for - and become fan favorites in the process.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By KevinB on December 6, 2012
Format: DVD
Abel Nightroad is a Cruznik. A vampire that feeds on the blood of other vampires. He is also a clergyman that fights to protect the humans. A organization is out to start a war between humanity and the nations that are ruled by the vampires. Abel and his friends must fight to protect humanity and the vampires from a war that could wipe out both races. Like it almost did 900 years ago.

This anime is beautifully done. The animation and voice acting are great. The soundtrack is pretty cool too. Like all the great animes this story has tons of great characters and very compelling story. There's nothing bad about it. I am shocked to see that there are people out there that didn't like this series. It's certainly different, but not one you'll soon forget.
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By D. V. Wasson on May 19, 2007
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The Nightlords(pts. 3-5) (Episodes 17-19) The plot to kill the Empress and to start a war with the Vatican moves forward. Abel, Esther, and Ion wind up at Asta's home. Ion is wanted for the murder of his grandmother. While Asta and Abel try to clear Ion's name, Ion and Esther seek out an old family retainer. They are aided in their search by Seth, a medical student who sells tea in the streets of Byzantium.

The Throne of Roses pt.1 (Episode 20) Sister Esther and Pope Alessandro are visiting the kingdom of Albion. Lady Mary Spencer and the Count of Manchester take them to the underground city below Londinium and show them why Albion is a great source of lost technology. A renegade group of Methuselahs wish to leave Albion and emigrate to the Empire. They attempt to kidnap the pope and hold him hostage.
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By Miss Kitty on April 20, 2007
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I really enjoyed watching this series and now I've even started collecting the novels and manga as well. There's just something about the character of Father Nightroad and his group of companions that makes you want to dig deeper into the story. The anime gives you hints into the Father's dark past and his battle with his evil brother but I think the novels will better answer any questions about that.

The art is amazing, the voice over work is perfect, and the story is filled with action and humor.
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By kchan on May 2, 2009
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insane, very insane. made me cry. and its an anime! okay well I cried in other anime's too.
felt somewhat disjointed, rushed...looking back this was about the time the creator of the franchise was dead...but...still, beautiful animation, colors, story line, just sped up...life flashing by in a blink of an eye. worth watching all volumes, but this is one of the more important ones in the collection.
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