In episode 8 of Dance in the Vampire Bund, “Near Dark” (ニア ダーク), a kid named Yuzuru is watching late night television where some of the guests from episode 1‘s variety show appear. One of them also happens to be the woman who was bitten by the rogue vampire, who thought the feeling of being bitten was orgasmic but is fine now thanks to the vaccine. This is when Shinonome Nanami shows up as a vampire, thirsting for the one boy whom she desires above all others, but she barely manages to control herself before running away.
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Episode 7 of Dance in the Vampire Bund, “Innocent Blood” (イノセント ブラッド), it is no surprise that the students that took refuge in the church got ravaged as soon as they tried to let Shinonome Nanami in, although it’s weird how much more emphasis was put on showing the girls getting bitten. It’s also not much of a surprise that the vice school president, a formerly ordinary human, was working with rogue vampires so that there wasn’t much chance for the students in the church in the first place.
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Episode 6 of Dance in the Vampire Bund, “From Dusk Till Dawn” (フロム ダスク ティル ドーン), starts out right when Akira and Yuki get clothed again and part way, which is when Mei Ren shows up to make fun of Akira for not acting like a proper hot-blooded teenager. She also claims that Mina is a lot more devious than he gives her credit for, among them how Mina was actually drawing out her enemies when she supposedly met Akira alone, while in fact being protected by hidden forces. Looks like Yuki interpreted things accurately, after all.
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In episode 5 of Dance in the Vampire Bund, “Shadow of Vampire” (シャドウ オブ ヴァンパイア), Mina shows herself to be more than just a vampire with a lot of power by showing off her mathematical prowess. Her work in front of the class is not the cutting edge of mathematics, but it would be more than what the average modern person is capable of (sadly to say; I do think that everyone should be able to do something as basic as proving there are an infinite number of primes, although I’m also pretty sure that what was shown on the blackboard was either plain wrong or an overly roundabout way of doing it).
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In episode 4 of Dance in the Vampire Bund, “Interview with Vampire” (インタビュー ウィズ ヴァンパイア), Mina Tepes finally has the press conference that officially announces her intention for the Bund to be a public safe haven for vampires. She already owns the artificial island outright, but there is now also legislation that would make it safer for vampires and humans to coexist with each other on the island. It took economic blackmail to get the legislation through, and a lot of people are unhappy with the development, among them the prime minister of Japan.
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As episode 3 of Dance in the Vampire Bund, “Teen Wolf” (ティーン ウルフ), begins, a naked Akira wakes up in bed with Mina Tepes, who is quite happy that he has recovered at least some of his memories. For one thing, his full name is Akira Kaburagi Regendorf, and he is a werewolf. It’s bad enough that Mina and her maids have no respect for his modesty, but it gets worse when it turns out that Mina will be going to his school. Completely not in the sense that a sworn and hated enemy is in school, but rather in the sense that there will no longer be a quiet moment for Akira at school, who is publicly revealed to be a servant of Mina Tepes.
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