- 24. "The Moon Demon's Orders" (月鬼のゴウレイ Tsuki Oni no Gōrei?)
- 25. "Narumi & The 20-Year-Old Yu" (鳴海とハタチ Narumi to Hatachi?)
- 26. "Thirst Logic" (血乏するリセイ Chitomo suru Risei?)
- 27. "Vampire Noble Lucal" (貴族のルカル Kizoku no Rukaru?)
- 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.
Thanks to intelligence acquired by the upper echelons of the Japanese Imperial Demon Army, the human resistance knows that vampire nobles are massing in Nagoya prior to an attack on the human stronghold of Tokyo in one month’s time. Yūichirō's squad joins a secret mission to exterminate them, but the Moon Demon Company is very unimpressed with their lack of polish. Can these rookies prove their worth in real combat?
|“||狙うは《貴族》！名古屋決戦の幕が上がる!! (Target - "aristocrats"! The Curtain of the Battle in Nagoya Rises!!)||”|
–Official headline of the seventh volume
|“||So this is the volume right before the anime comes out. I've been so buried under work lately that I was thinking that the weight of it all might just kill me. But then I was treated to curry on my way home after a meeting and I felt way better. Curry is awesome. Hope you enjoy volume 7!||”|
|“||Volume 7 is the buildup to Yūichirō and his friends' big confrontation in Nagoya. We will all be working together to try our best. I hope you like it.||”|
Volume seven's cover features Kimizuki wielding his Cursed Gear twin blades with the demon powering them, Kiseki-o levitating behind. Appearing determined, Kimizuki crouches among some rubble in a ruined appearing landscape, yet one surreal with the green tinges and high rising foliage overgrowing amongst buildings viewable. While carved stonework is visible, on the left appears a more natural occurring rock like formation. A general green hue colors the scene, particularly with Kiseki-o's puffy-plume and certain sections of the stonework that are not in the direct light, in what may be a demon realm. Kimizuki's salmon pink hair, and purple eyes are seen.
Kimizuki holds one sword with the blade facing towards him with flat back of the weapon visible. This sword in his right hand has a pale green line adorning the fuller. The joint weapons are attached to one another by way of the greenish blue cord seen on the hilt of the frontal swords twin. This long cord twists round to be seen on Kimizuki's left, where it reaches around the sheathes to where the other hilt would be. It is likely the light that affords the otherwise all black weapons their greenish tinge overall. The two sheaths are also worn on Kimizuki's left hand side, where they also feature a decorative green line running down the middle of them.
Behind Kimizuki is Kiseki-o, who floats along with one of his large black coffins. Three bronze and grey, depending on the light, colored handles are visible. The Devil's Coffin manifestation power was seen in chapter 21 of Volume 6 where it is visualized in color here. There is an empty section below the coffin with little more than a dark red color with flecks of light seen, in contrast to the largely real world detail in the rest of the image. Kiseki-o's high-heeled shoes are shown, as is the pale green color of his hair.
Strikingly, there are chains featured prominently on the left side of the image. Blurred at the forefront of the lower left section, either the same chain or a different unblurred one appears to wind around Kiseki-o's coffin, but not bound tightly, and then an extension is seen in the top left. Chains are not a weapon Kiseki-o conjures, neither does Kimizuki resort to them. A scenario following on from the events of this volume involves an attack on vampire noble Lucal Wesker, where chains are used in the fight by Shūsaku Iwasaki by drawing on Akahebi's chain based powers in chapter 28.
Original content in volume seven
|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|