(SPOILER WARNING) Although I tried my best to resist the temptation of ruining anything about this anime, it just wasn't possible. I felt that fair warning on some things would help me sleep better at night, while also doing a service to anyone who just might watch this.
Up to this point, I was able to avoid just that until Production I.G. and revered manga creators CLAMP decided to combine forces to once again revive the Blood the Last Vampire series with Blood C.
Of course, I could have just avoided it altogether and found something else to view. I just couldn't help myself after reading the scathing reviews and how the violence level was in the red (no joke intended). Curiosity got the better part of me.
I can say at least one thing that is positive, I wasn't burdened with having to hear her name as much this time.
As the show progresses, the Elder Bairns and the talking dog begin to hint to Saya that there may be more to all of this than she knows.
The carnage also begins to escalate as the show progresses, almost to B-splatter horror movie level as various town folk are devoured in gruesome fashions.
Nothing compares to when a Elder Bairn finds its way into the high school that Saya attends, where mass slaughter takes place as the students are picked off in a myriad of ways.