Qaenyin Angelblade wrote:Something notable is that is the Tsukihime variant of Satsuki is any clue, vampires generally lose most of their compassion and kindness when they are turned, it being replaced by bloodlust.
As such, it's not at all unusual for Ciel to assume vampire=evil, since under general circumstances, vampires ARE evil, regardless of how kind they were in life. A vampire who is alive could very easily play the "innocence" card just to get away, especially considering that Ciel is rather infamous in their circles, and therefore their actions can't be reliably trusted either.
Fact of the matter is, even though Tsukihime has moe vampire/demon girls, that is not the norm. Considering how much Ciel's been through and quite possibly the length of time during which she has hunted them for the church, her being extremely distrustful of vampires and inhuman creatures is not at all strange.
Arcueid is understandable due to her being a True Ancestor who resists her bloodlust through force of will. In all honesty from a logical standpoint there is no reason for Satsuki to be compassionate. Hopefully the Satsuki route of Tsukihime's rerelease will explain exactly how she got around that.
I disagree with you. It is said numerous times ingame that vampires are
Assuming that only because they kill humans for consumption would then could be aplicable to any other kind of animal that has happened to eat human beings, like lions, tigers, bears (I'm not too sure on that one though) or crocodiles or anything else. It is true though that most of the vampires that are shown are really fucked up,
well there is an entire list to go through... They lose their compassion, that's true, but I think it's mostly due to their bloodlust that they cannot quench easily. Do take in acount that almost all of the vampires mentioned above
and Satsuki has lived, as of melty,
P.S: Sorry. I got a little carried away with the spoiler tags, but I don't wanna risk being banned for spoiling something for someone