In episode 11 of Dance in the Vampire Bund, “Underworld” (アンダーワールド), the hunt for Akira has spilled over to public areas where the “general public” mills about, except this is a rather special group of the “general public”: This is the Bund, so they are all vampires. Becoming a vampire definitely seems to addle people’s brains a bit, since when confronted by a homicidal maniac who is killing everyone in her path during her hunt for a single person, they all go berserk and start attacking her to no avail.
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Episode 10 of Dance in the Vampire Bund, “Walpurgis Night” (ワルプルギスの夜), is pretty laid back in the first half. Mina wants to go out with Akira on the weekend (which in a normal world would be called a “date”), but annoyingly for Mina, he already has plans. So Mina gathers her harem and a shota for a relaxing weekend, instead. Or someone perverted would have claimed it was a harem, except no one whose mind goes in that direction appeared: for everyone else, it’s just a girls’ day at the pool.
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Episode 9 of Dance in the Vampire Bund, “Lost Boy” (ロストボーイ), starts out with an exposition about the self-destructing vampires. They’ve been basically turned into suicide bombers by modernizing an old chemical formula that goes bang when mixed with vampire blood, and the container for the chemical is opened when it receives a cell phone signal. And it also appears to support Bluetooth, since they can be triggered with a nearby cell phone without requiring cell phone reception.
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