- 20. "The Demon's Nightmare" (悪魔のアクム Akuma no Akumu?)
- 21. "Kiseki-o's Box" (鬼箱王のハコ Kiseki-Ō no Bako?)
- 22. "Taboo Krul" (禁忌のクルル Kinki no Kururu?)
- 23. "Ambition in the Demon Army" (帝鬼軍のヤボウ Teiki Gun no Yabō?)
- 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.
The only thing standing between humans and complete slavery to vampires is their tenacity and Cursed Gear. Yūichirō has the first in droves, but to increase the amount of power he can draw from the demon inside his cursed sword, he enters a coma-like state to thin the barrier between human and demon. His power boost can come none too soon as the vampire queen reveals her plans to annihilate the human's resistance.
|“||己の闇に打ち勝ち,《鬼呪装備》の真なる力を解放せよ!! (Overcome own darkness, Unleash the True Power of the "Cursed Gear"!!)||”|
–Official headline of the sixth volume
List of characters in order of appearance:
- Shinoa Hīragi (Chapter 20)
- Yoichi Saotome (Chapter 20)
- Mitsuba Sangū (Chapter 20)
- Shihō Kimizuki (Chapter 20)
- Yūichirō Hyakuya (Chapter 20)
- Asuramaru (Chapter 20)
- Yūichirō's parents (Chapter 20)
- Mikaela Hyakuya (Chapter 20)
- Akane Hyakuya (Chapter 20)
- Kiseki-o (Chapter 21)
- Mirai Kimizuki (Chapter 21)
- Saitō (Chapter 22)
- Ferid Bathory (Chapter 22)
- Dai (Chapter 22)
- Dai's Friend (Chapter 22)
- Krul Tepes (Chapter 22)
- Lest Karr (Chapter 22)
- Guren Ichinose (Chapter 23)
- Kureto Hīragi (Chapter 23)
- Mahiru-no-Yo (Chapter 23)
- Lacus Welt (Chapter 23)
- René Simm (Chapter 23)
|“||I write this blurb right after I finish the afterword. Because I write it so soon after, I always feel like I don't have anything left to say. But I think of something. Right now, I'm eating chilled tofu at a family restaurant. I hope you enjoy Seraph of the End volume 6!||”|
|“||Yūichirō begins training with his Cursed Gear. Will he survive? The writing and the drawing of this series is one trial after another. Your comments are a great morale booster!||”|
Volume six's cover features vampire third progenitor Krul Tepes who reigns as queen of Japan, where in the chapters, such as chapter 22 she is sending Mika on his own mission against vampires and humans. Looking ahead, Krul is depicted in color with her pink hair, where her almost entirely black clothing is viewed. White frills and a deeper pink ribbon around her neck also makes up the attire. From her position in the light, Krul's face is in the shade. She has positioned her head so that it rests on her hand, which is on top of her raised leg. Krul is holding a half filled vial of what is almost certainly blood, as well as the stopper in her right hand. Arukanu is perched on Krul's right shoulder and is seen as particularly small.
Krul is sitting on a red blanket that drapes over the seat of the throne she is on. The royal purple colored seat and backrest of the throne is adorned with a decorative golden design. From the irregular patterns, a daisy flower like motif is a relatively consistent one. Golden shaped flowers are also featured on the front legs of the throne, which are high enough so that Krul's black high-heeled boot, with a pink outsole and heel, does not reach the floor. On a side of the throne there appears to be some indiscernible text emblazoned on a blue colored type of pentagon design.
Situated in a light environment, shining downwards from what resemble sunbeams on the right, Krul on her throne is amongst many flowers, with flecks of gold floating around the entire scene. Concerning the flowers which are directly underneath and around the throne, but also high up behind it too, ones resembling a white trumpet, and a blue rose can be viewed. Pink, white, red, and blue colors make up the vibrancy of the flowers. Many are individual flowers, yet some types can feature many small flowers on one plant. Of the non-flowering ones, a blue leaved plant is one of the few seen more than once and across different locations.
Original content in volume six
|Volume 1 • Volume 2 • Volume 3 • Volume 4 • Volume 5 • Volume 6 • Volume 7 • Volume 8 (Drama CD) • Volume 9 • Volume 10 • Volume 11 • Volume 12 • Volume 13 • Volume 14 • Volume 15 • Volume 16 • Volume 17 • Volume 18 • Volume 19 • Volume 20 • Volume 21 • Volume 22 • Volume 23 • Volume 24 • Volume 25 • Volume 26 • Volume 27|
|Volume 1 • Volume 2 • Volume 3 • Volume 4 • Volume 5 • Volume 6 • Volume 7 • Volume 8 • Volume 9 • Volume 10 • Volume 11 • Volume 12|