night call One animated rom-com was a bit edgy and fun for the summer 2022 season, starring restless hero Yamori Ko who yearns to become a bona fide vampire. This boy has abandoned mainstream Japanese society and started wandering the streets of the night, but that’s not enough – he wants to completely reject his humanity.
Vampires in night call They are looking not only for blood, but for true love as well – which is what brought Kou together with his new vampire friend, Nanakusa Nazuna. Soon the two of them embarked on a strange but rewarding midnight journey together, and Ko was waiting for some wild surprises along the way. These vampires aren’t quite what Koe expected, and he may be over his head, as notable plot twists in Season One suggest.
Humans have to fall in love with a vampire to become one
Most vampire stories are subject to the rule that they can produce more of their own kind by turning a human into their sting. Only in a few works of fiction can vampires be born alive. night callVampires like Nazuna take the “turn a human into a sting” approach, predicted by Ko himself, but with a big twist. It is not enough to drown in those fangs; The vampire and the human must have an emotional connection – and the human must be in love with that vampire first.
Nazuna explained all of this to Ko early on, leading him on a personal quest to develop true feelings for Nazuna as his love. But as Coe discovered, this is much easier said than done; True love cannot simply be forced or rushed.
When Vampire Coven Ko gave a time limit
Kou eventually met small witches of Nazuna’s vampire friends, including the jumpsuit-wearing Niko, who acted like their leader. I explained to you a rule that Nazuna forgot to mention: the one-year deadline. When a vampire bites a certain human, that human has one year to fall in love and transform – otherwise the vampire will become impossible.
Koo was already bitten, so he only had less than a year to fall in love with Nazuna before the window of opportunity closed for good. This revelation prompted him to try to fall in love with Nazuna faster while thinking about the true meaning of love, but then again, it’s not that easy — and Koo may feel precious time fading away.
When Ciri broke vampire tradition and made a friend
night callThe vampire barn has strict rules about how vampires interact with humans. They should view any human as a potential person or as food – and nothing else – but vampires like Nazuna and her blonde friend Siri see fit to break those rules. In one episode, Siri battles her confused feelings for her human friend Akiyama, who is so clearly infatuated with her that she acts like a male Yandere.
After a tense encounter—and with Nazuna’s help—Siri worked things out with Akiyama and embraced the heresy of sweet friendship with a human, which finally made them truly happy. It was a personal first for Seri, and suggested that witches’ rules could be easily broken without consequences. In fact, other vampires may soon abandon tradition and follow the example of Nazuna and Ciri. It’s a whole new era of vampires and forbidden friendship.
When Anko arrives at the vampire slaying
Later episodes of night call Watch the arrival of a bona fide vampire slayer: Anko Oguesu, who has no patience for Kou’s seemingly ridiculous quest to become a vampire. Koo was severely discouraged from pursuing a vampire, making a much stronger case than did his friend Akira.
Anko becomes the first outside obstacle to Kou’s search for true love with Nazuna, and her vampire antics don’t end there. Infiltrated Kou’s school and killed a vampire hiding there, Ko Anko watched this vampire poison before it burned to ashes in the morning sun. She even warned Ko that if he became a vampire, she would personally go after him and destroy him. night callTheir stakes have reached an all-time high.
When Nazuna starts her own romantic mission
Despite the many obstacles to their potential romance in night callKo and Nazuna haven’t completely given up on each other. Kou was still determined to become a vampire after speaking to Hatsuka, and Nazuna followed him into the streets of the night to tell her that he would not give in to her, no matter the risks. Nazuna was close to rejecting Koo outright but changed his mind and accepted it, finally reconfirming their friendship.
Nazuna also explained that in exchange for peace with the witches, she had orders to fall in love with Ko soon, which means they might meet in the middle where possible romance is concerned. She once pushed him away as a potential lover, but now she may play a more active role in making her and Ko’s romance a reality.