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Seraph of the End 4 (終わりのセラフ 4 Owari no Serafu 4?) is the fourth volume of the Seraph of the End: Vampire Reign manga, written by Takaya Kagami and illustrated by Yamato Yamamoto.

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吸血鬼との新宿攻防戦、貴族を相手に苦戦するグレンのチーム。圧倒的力を前になす術なく敗北を喫してしまうのか…。そこに駆けつける優一郎は、鬼刀・阿朱羅丸を引き抜き敵に斬り付けるのだが、その相手とは!?

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This section, or a part of it, has been transcluded from Volume 1; any changes involving it should be made there instead.  

After trumpets of the apocalypse proclaim the fall of humanity, vampires arise from the shadows to rule the earth. Yūichirō wants just one thing—to get revenge by killing each and every vampire.

A vampire attack reunites childhood friends Yūichirō and Mika, though they now face each other from opposing sides of the battlefield. Mika begs Yūichirō to forget about the conflict between humans and vampires and escape with him, but Yūichirō is unable to abandon his new friends. Then, everything changes when Yūichirō suddenly transforms into a monstrous being with one seraphic wing!

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激化する日本帝鬼軍vs吸血鬼,運命のニ人は戦場で邂逅する…! (Reinforced "Japanese Imperial Demon Army" vs Vampires, Two who bound by fate meet on the battlefield ...!)

–Official headline of the fourth volume

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List of characters in order of appearance:

Author's note[]

My desk with the tiltable top finally arrived, and the tendonitis I've been suffering from scribbling too much has suddenly subsided! A new era has begun, everyone! I hope you enjoy Seraph of the End: Vampire Reign volume 4 and Seraph of the End: Guren Ichinose's Catastrophe at 16 volume 3, coming soon!

Takaya Kagami

Yu and Mika finally meet. What trials will await the pair now? I hope you enjoy it.

Yamato Yamamoto

Cover Details[]

Volume four's cover displays Ferid strolling forward with his sword drawn in a location resembling Sanguinem. The seventh progenitor vampire holds the golden colored handle of his weapon, which also features a knuckle guard. The single red jewel like ornament at the end of a same colored chain is similar to the earrings Ferid wears. Apparently powered by blood, the glowing red blade coming out from the elaborate golden sword guard is positioned to point downwards behind Ferid, where it is before his outstretched left hand. Ferid's silvery white hair is depicted, which is tied by a black bow behind his head, along with his vampire red eyes. A lone red ribbon tied into a bow around his neck is a departure from the overall black and white theme to his attire.

Located within an arched hallway, there appears to be multiple storey buildings on either side. More than likely an underground vampire city, of which Sanguinem is a contender for the setting as Ferid has taken up residence there, a distinguishing trait is the many small glass appearing panels that make up the many windows to the buildings. Bathed in a golden light from an unknown source at the top of the image, further down it takes on an amber appearing color resembling an evening light.

While Ferid is viewed similarly, the background is more notably a paint like creation. On either side at the top appears to be a red curtain. In possibly further indication of a general artistic display rather than depicting a scenario from the chapters (although Ferid does participate in the battle for Shinjuku taking place), the title of the series is seen across the top of the curving arch in the center. In a remarkable case of words being shown on a volume cover to begin with, the words "Seraph of the End" and then "VAMPIRE REIGN" curving below it in all capital letters, are shown. A third line of yet smaller, indiscernible text also appears to be included. If not an out of universe occurrence, alternatively, it may be an inscription added to a vampire city to indeed mark their reign, what with little competition from others for control of the world. Remarkably still, the English text is the same on the Japanese and English covers. It may be an English speaking vampire city with the words, a foreign one using the words in the same manner that English speaking countries use Latin terms for example, the shape of the words may have been nice for the arch, or there may be another reason for such an inclusion.

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