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The Best Hellsing Anime Quotes

There have been so many epic Hellsing quotes since the anime debuted in 2001, but which ones are your favorite? With lines like "To become a monster like me, is to admit you were too weak to remain a human" and "Immortality is wasted on the young," how can you choose just one? Luckily for you, you can vote up as many of your favorite Hellsing quotes on this list as you want, and even vote down the ones you don't like as much.

Hellsing is actually not the name of the protagonist of the anime, but the name of an organization whose mission is to destroy the undead. The vampire of the series, Alucard, is a sadistic being who delights in being ordered to kill by his master Integra. He'll often reply with "splendid" when he's told to destroy someone (or something.)

What's the best quote from Hellsing? Vote up your favorites below!

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  • Too Weak
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    Too Weak

    "To become a monster like me, is to admit you were too weak to remain a human."

    -Alucard 

  • The Bird
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    The Bird

    "The Bird of the Hermes is my name, eating my wings to make me tame."

    -Alucard 

  • Blood And Honor!
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    Blood And Honor!

    "These monsters dare to enter this house built on blood and honor! I will see them all roast in the deepest pits of Hell!"

    -Integra Hellsing 

  • No Salvation
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    No Salvation

    "God spares no salvation to those who would beg for it. Nor is he merciful to those who would beseech his benevolence. These petty requests are no invocation to god. They are your death."

    -Alucard 

  • Surrounded
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    Surrounded

    "I'm surrounded by idiots."

    -Integra Hellsing 

  • Pissing Yourself
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    Pissing Yourself

    "I highly recommend pissing yourself followed by a course of praying to your impotent god."

    -Walter C. Dornez