Oh My Alucard (OMA) Sequel Ideas
If any of you still read this darned blog of mine (and if any of you are still reading or remember OMA), you’ll come to realise that fanfiction at least constitutes 60% of this blog. Although I haven’t returned to my last fanfic for almost half a year (and not to mention, it is on hiatus), I found myself thinking about possible ideas for the OMA sequel should it ever come into fruitition. Yesterday, I found myself brainstorming some background information and new character profiles.
So far, this is what I have…
(PS. Everything here is subject to change)
3 months after the death of Caelum and the disbandment of the Black Flame Knights (events of OMA), Hellsing is now faced with new threats:
- The resurrection of Dracula’s First Bride, who wants revenge
- Iscariot, who are after Leanne and her (unholy) unborn
- The Convention of Twelve, who disprove of Alucard and Leanne’s relationship
- Upcoming threat from Millennium
Be warned! Ruby/Leanne’s profile is incredibly gloomy 😦
After turning Leanne into a draculina, many problems have arisen. (And although tempting, I don’t really want to write about fatherhood because I can’t seem to imagine Alucard as a father and readers will have their own perception of fatherhood anyway, which will alienate you guys from my story if mine and yours are different). Anyway, his First Bride is displeased with Leanne and is trying to get him to return to Transylvania to continue their reign of terror before Abraham Van Helsing defeated him. Meanwhile, Iscariot is trying to kill Leanne (and her baby), and the Convention of Twelve constantly causes pressure on Integra and Leanne, creating friction between their, what should have been, perfect relationship.
Name: Ruby Ashcroft/Leanne Van der Linde
Protagonist of OMA. Leanne is a newly-turned draculina and under Dr Seward’s diagnosis, pregnant. She now lives in Hellsing with Alucard, having lost and given up on everything in her life, including her nursing career. She is constantly torn between her two identities, is haunted by the deaths of her surrogate and real parents, and has begun deteriorating in mental health due to the lack of closure from her father, guilt and isolation stemming from her pregnancy.
(…Sigh…why are all my OCs mad or insane? Or at least, go crazy at some point? TT^TT)
In OMA, Luther is one of the survivors of the aftermath and decided not to join Hellsing. In the sequel, he suddenly returned after disappearing for a month and has become one of Integra’s shadowy informants.
A werewolf salvaged from Oracle Corporation; strangely enough, he has not undergone any sort of transformation yet. He has a personal vendetta against Garth, the one who murdered his mother.
Name: Jack Seward
Descendant of John Seward who is the residential doctor of Hellsing. He is stunned by Leanne’s pregnancy and although he means well, he constantly badgers her to undergo various practises and experiments.
Name: Dracula’s First Bride (aka ??? I can’t think of name. I actually dislike how Dracula’s Brides are unnamed. I wanted to use one of the the names of the Brides in the Van Helsing movie but I’m not sure about those)
Dracula’s First Bride, whose soul was summoned from Hell and is now using a human body. Her primary targets are Alucard, Integra, and Leanne. She is travelling with Thade and Garth, but displeased with her weak human form, seeks out a stronger vessel. The modern world confuses her but her goals are to return to Transylvania with Alucard to resume their lifestyle when he was a Count, 500 years ago.
Leanne’s unborn baby. Although vampires are typically undead and there is no historical or factual record about vampire pregnancy, or the odds of vampire pregnancy happening in the first place, Leanne’s case is indeed a strange one. Dr Seward believes once it is born, it will be a true vampire exactly like Alucard, surpassing all. It is the target of Iscariot, who announce it to be the spawn of demons and will not tolerate its existence. The Convention of Twelve are also concerned with its existence, too.
Well, that’s all I have now. As you can see, I’m not sure if the sequel has the ability to totally utterly destroy OMA – as sequels are always worser than the original – and maybe OMA should be left alone as an individual story like my many others. Sigh. I don’t know. I’ll think about it again and see how it goes. Until next time, folks!