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Rosario Vampire Episode 1 Uncensored



Tsukune Aono is an average teenager who is unable to get into any local high schools due to his poor grades. As a last-ditch effort to secure his education, his parents enroll him in a private school called Yokai Academy, which he discovers is a boarding school for monsters. The school teaches monsters how to coexist with humans, including disguising them as them, but any real humans found on campus are to be killed. Although he fears for his life, Tsukune befriends a beautiful vampire girl named Moka Akashiya, who enjoys his company and especially the taste of his blood. During a fight with a school bully, Tsukune accidentally removes the rosario around Moka's neck and discovers that she transforms into a powerful vampire with a completely different personality.




rosario vampire episode 1 uncensored


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Tsukune and the gang infiltrate the Hanging Garden: a sky fortress that serves as Fairy Tale's headquarters. They face opposition from their leader and matriarch of the Shuzen family Gyokuro Shuzen, who sends the leaders of the Fairy Tale Branches after them for a series of fights. The group eventually reaches Moka, but must face her half-sisters Aqua and Kalua. Gyokuro snatches Moka's rosario in order to control Alucard. A character called the Masked King reveals himself to be a clone of Alucard's original vampire form. He reveals that he has manipulated both Fairy Tale and its opposition to determine whether the rosario could control him, and then merges with his monster self, who goes on a rampage in Tokyo.


Moka is mortally wounded, but Tsukune revives her by removing all his holy locks and transforming himself into a First Ancestor vampire. They beat down Alucard, but he revives and reveals that he has hatched eggs in Japan's major cities. Tsukune's friends and allies, along with the two other Dark Lords, band together to fight Alucard and his clones. Tsukune puts Moka's rosario on Alucard, which awakens Akasha inside his monster body. Akasha tells Alucard to give up the fight, and they cast a self-disintegration spell. Now that the existence of monsters is known in the human world, coexistence is now even harder to achieve; however, Tsukune is confident that he and his friends can do it.


Rosario + Vampire is a TV anime series produced by Gonzo based on the manga series by Akihisa Ikeda. The episodes are directed by Takayuki Inagaki and composed by Hiroshi Yamaguchi, with characters done by Mariko Fujita. The story revolves around Tsukune Aono, a boy with poor grades who incidentally gets enrolled into Yōkai Academy, a special school inhabited by monsters and demons alike. He later meets Moka Akashiya, a vampire who soon takes a liking to his blood. He later meets other girls who soon take a romantic liking to him as he tries to conceal his human identity throughout his freshman year. The anime series differs from the manga in terms of focusing more on the romantic comedy aspect and the "monster of the week" motif that was previously featured in tokusatsu shows, though it remains faithful to the manga's storyline.


Thirteen episodes aired on Tokyo MX, Chiba TV, and TV Kanagawa between January 3 to March 27, 2008, with subsequent runs on Television Saitama, TV Osaka, TV Aichi, Aomori Broadcasting Corporation, and Kids Station. The series received criticism for its large amount of fanservice, leading the series to be censored on some networks as a result,[1] while they remain uncensored on the DVD releases. Six DVD compilation volumes were released in Japan between April 25 and September 26, 2008.[2][3] A box set was later released on January 29, 2009.[4]


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