One of the first anime's I ever watched. I will admit i get a bit weird at times and very confusing! You have to watch it from start to end to really understand it, there are lots of details you need to know to understand it.
The storyline is very interesting and always makes you want to watch more. It does get confusing at times but sooner or later it gets explained.
There were no particular characters that I liked, most of the characters came across as annoying at times but then again that's just me.
The two seasons of Vampire Knight were about 24 episodes all together so it was nice and short but lot's happen in just one season.
The reason why I only gave this 3 stars out of 5 is because the ending was not the best ending the writers could have created (unless you're into cliffhangers). Wether or not they wanted the viewers to imagine what they think happened after the show finishes, I always prefer an epilogue. Although this show can be quite G rated and have funny moments there is some really mature content in the show and I wouldn't advise anyone younger than 12 to watch it. I didn't fall in love with the show but I'm glad I watched it.
The plot of this seasion leaves off where the first season ends. With more twists and turns that really makes your head spin so fast you will go dizzy. There was more revelations over the past of the charecters and the history they share. And the ending? A real eye opener that will make you say "What the?"
All in all id give this a 8 out of ten. Reason for the loss of two points were that the story to me didnt grab me as much as the first season did. To me tehre was just that something that was missing that was in season 1. And I wished I could get more of a feel for the background of the world this anime was set in. I felt you saw and had more of a feel in season 1 for this than you did in season 2
This anime is the second season to 'Vampire Knight'. When I watched it it wasn't until episode 4 that made me hooked up. It is amazing. So watch it watch it now! But Yuuki as a vampire made me sad.
Yuuki starts to remember parts of her forgotten past. and wants to find out about her real family. As she begins to unravel the secrets that where hidden from her to protect her, she must choose between Kuran Kaname, the one she owes her life to, or Kiryuu Zero, whom she has always wanted to protect
Why did I enjoy it?-I enjoyed this season better than the last because this one had a bit more action. It was a real nail bitter. \because there was more romance. I think ever fan would get disappointed seeing the words 'I'll also show you a sweet dream next night'.
What didnt I enjoy?- I didnt enjoy how the season ended. It feels like an unfinished story. Hopefully a season 3 will come out to finish it off. They must have out thought into the story because everything seemed to go together it tied on from Season 1.
My faveourite character and couple- My favourite character would have to be Rima Touya. She is not a main character but is seen a lot in this season. Rima is extremely pretty and is very close friends with Senri Shiki. They are not an 'item' but are seen together throughout the series. This is my favourite couple.
My least favourite character- I dont have a least favourite couple but my least favourite character would be Kaname Kuran. He admits in the end that he used the Night Class students as 'pawns'. He tends to have romantic feelings for main character Yuuki Cross. To me at times he came across as 'creepy'. He appears out of the blue at times, and very sly.
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It's been 2 years since I watched this anime, O.o, I want ZERO!! Well, as a watcher >.< I'm not well thumbs up
with INCEST, I would like to call it INCEST cuz of KANAME (BLEEH) , but in their destiny they were kinda
just like a sister-brother relationship..pew! Well, I will give 75 % :c sorry ZERO-KUN <3
Sorry for the great fans out there, but just let me be BIAS with my ichiban :)
I love the story but I just can't take it anymore! I'm HURT!
Vampire knight is best anime vampire.three character did i like is,Kaname,Yuuki and Zero!Wich want Yuuki Wanna choose?Kaname or Zero?(i hope Kaname,hehe...)Vampire knight is about Yuki was shock when Zero is vampire...(dont really know...)
Vampire knight guilty is about...watch this anime if u want to know....Vampire knight and Vampire Knight Guilty
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Synopsis: A sense of normalcy has once again returned to Cross Academy, if temporarily, after the incident involving Hiou Shizuka. After jumping to conclusions about Kiryuu Zero’s role in the incident, the Vampire Council puts out an order to execute him, but Kuran Kaname steps in and protects Zero. However, much to Cross Yuuki’s chagrin, Kaname won’t acknowledge Zero’s innocence in front of her, despite knowing not only who the real perpetrator in the incident is, but also knowing just why Shizuka came to Cross Academy in the first place.
Tone: Dark and brooding, like the first season; still very much overwrought and angsty.
Imagery: Both darkly romantic, and ominous; the ED sequence takes the cake.
Mystery: We’re given all the answers, but some aren’t quite as rewarding as others.
Plot: A massive plot twist just after half-way makes everything after it feel underwhelming.
Conflict: Main antagonist doesn’t scheme well enough to keep the conflict from being one-sided.
By all accounts I should be happier with Vampire Knight Guilty than I am, since it met all my expectations and answered most of my criticisms from the first season. I certainly can’t say I was disappointed with how Vampire Knight Guilty resolved the elaborate mystery it had set up in the first season, but I can’t really say I was all that impressed either. I guess I was satisfied, but there were a number of reasons that prevented this from being more than merely “satisfactory”.
The first few episodes were really good. As is standard for Vampire Knight, angst and introspection is the order of the day. Some people probably won’t be able to tolerate how overwrought this anime executes most things, but I daresay the majority of them would have abandoned ship during the first season. Yuuki deals constantly with vampirism, not just with the events and conspiracies happening around her as the forces of the Association, the Council, the pure-bloods and the students and faculty of Cross Academy elaborately scheme and cross paths to satisfy each of their own unique motives, but also internally, as the lingering trauma of the day she lost her memory manifests itself in some rather gruesome visions. These visions are really well done; they’re sinister, rife with romantically dark imagery of blood, roses, ghostly figures and malevolent children’s laughter (check out the ED sequence in particular for the epitome of this dark, romantic imagery, it’s a work of art). It all contributes to a character that is deeply troubled and scarred, which is good. The gravity of Yuuki’s experiences make up for the fact that her personality isn’t all that interesting.
Things come to a head in what is arguably the most surprising and shocking plot twist of the year, but after that the show seemingly runs out of material, trying and failing to come up with something to top itself. After the massive shock, everything just seems subpar, particularly the final bad guy, who’s merely intimidating, but never genuinely dangerous. Without giving away too much, he just doesn’t cut it in the battle of the wits; try to imagine what would happen if Code Geass’ Lelouch took on the might of Britannia, and their greatest tactical mind was Euphemia. Not much of a conflict, right.
The conspiracies of the Association and the Vampire Council turn out to be much more intriguing, but they’re dealt with as an aside to the less compelling main conflict. I’ll give the plot credit for being very well crafted, even if it does become underwhelming after a somewhat early climax, but I wouldn’t say the characters are quite as interesting. We finally get an explanation for Kaname (even if I do have a couple of lingering, yet unimportant questions about him), but his stoic demeanor makes him difficult to connect to. The most sympathetic and well rounded character remains Zero, even if he is a continual fountain of angst. But he’s not the only one, so a tolerance of this form of angst is a must in order to get through this series. The reward is a mystery plot that’s complete and full of intrigue, but once the story blows you out of your chair six episodes before it ends, don’t expect it to happen again. Almost everything after that is disappointing in comparison.
--MARCHELLE JULIET ALIMON
well i cant wait for the season 3 to come ^^
i had also signed the petition for it
but someone told me that there's a rumor that season 3 will come out on December 2010
hope its true many people like me is really not satisfied in the ending of vampire knight guilty
but it cant be helped the manga is still ongoing and it must be hard to make an anime ^^ all the
drawing, editing etc hehe so much work ^^ but vampire knights is still excellent