"What do you think people are made of? I'm not talking about blood or flesh. We do care about what's on the exterior, but we want to focus more on what people even now still call the "inside." You can also call it "nature." I guess you are either born this way or raised to act this way. Are people born like this or do they become like this? The answer is..."
Kisaragi Saya is a second-year high school student and miko at her family's Shinto shrine. During the day, she's a normal (if klutzy) student, while at night, she uses the shrine's sacred Goshintou katana to kill furukimono (translated as Old Ones or Elder Bairns), monstrous creatures which eat people.
Back at the start of the summer season, Blood-C was one of the shows I was looking forward to the most. I had watched and enjoyed Blood+, the characters looked interesting, the action looked good, and the main character and ending song were done by one of my favorite seiyuu, Mizuki Nana. My feelings about the show now that it's over? Well... this scene from the first episode sums the whole series up pretty well.
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