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As per his promise to Saya, Kai raises them like they are his own children, even strong sister relationship, their personalities can be compared to Saya and. Despite a brief estrangement, Riku remains close to his older brother Kai and works to heal the broken relationship between Kai and Saya after. In the present time, Diva had her chevaliers, but Saya had Kai and Riku, her see her (in the original, his relationship with Saya is explicitly made clear to Diva, .
After she unwittingly released the vengeful, bloodthirsty Diva upon her foster family and friends and accidentally turned Hagi into her chevalier, coupled with learning the truth about her life and her own inhuman nature, Saya lost her happy demeanor and becomes much more serious and plagued with doubts and guilt.
As a result of losing her memories and spending a year in Okinawa as an ordinary girl, with family and friends, Saya develops a sweet and caring albeit somewhat reserved personality. Kai later refers to her as being "a crybaby and a glutton". The latter name suits her as she is much inclined to eating. According to Kaori, no matter how much she eats, she never gets fat. The constant hunger is possibly due to insufficient consumption of blood. At this time, she is troubled by her amnesia, but only becomes increasingly insecure and worried as she learns more about her true identity and experiences more loss because of the Chiropterans.
Once she gets her memories back, Saya becomes broken and bitter, but gains a significant resolve to take down Diva no matter how long it takes or whatever the cost may be.
She dedicates her life solely to correcting the mistake she made in releasing Diva by killing her, then forever ending the chiropteran threat by killing herself. She views killing Diva as her own personal task and refuses to let anyone else do it for her, not only because her blood is the only thing that can kill her, but also because she was the one who let Diva loose in the first place. Saya is shown to have a bad habit of viewing the world in black-and-white; despite being one herself, she believes that any and all Chiropterans are evil and must be destroyed, due to the pain they had caused her and her adopted family.
She also believes that Red Shield are simply fighting back against them and so aren't doing anything wrong and even accused Kai of making them look like the killers when he questioned this. Because of her biased hatred, Saya refuses to believe that the Schiff aren't evil even after learning that all they want is her blood, causing Kai to point out that, if all Chiropterans are enemies of humanity, then she, Hagi and Riku who had been turned into her chevalier are as well.
She also refuses to believe that Solomon had turned his back on Diva and joined her side, for no reason other than he's Diva's chevalier. A year after Riku's death, Saya exhibits a much darker and embittered disposition, having fully regained her memories but in the process of lost hope, as Moses and Lulu both note. She is unwilling to associate or work with others, particularly Kai and the rest of the Red Shield, not wanting to have to experience losing more loved ones.
She refuses to accept help from anyone but Hagi, claiming it was their task alone to take down the Chiropterans and During the last half of the series, however, she slowly comes to accept their help. In the last episode, Saya tries to save Diva after having delivered her a fatal wound.
She then attempts to kill herself and Diva's children to end the Chiropteran threat forever. After a lecture from Kai and a love confession from Hagi, however, Saya refrains from killing them or herself, leading to her confession that she really does want to live.Blood+ Not Gonna Kai and Saya
Relationships Diva Saya did not have an idea that she and Diva were sisters when she first saw the tower. She wanted to have the same life as Saya, and never wanted the life that was forced upon her.
Saya's hate for the chiropteran can be explained by the fact that they are part of Diva's brood.
That the chiropteran works like that is almost similar to Tokyo Ghoul. They need to be able to diminish their own numbers or the humans they hunt will go extinct. Nathan's death or lack of it, could be explained if he really is Saya's and Diva's Mother's chevalier. Since one queen's blood kills the other and vice versa, one that stems from a bond before the queens would be immune to both their blood.
It also explains his attitude towards them. For him, it is just a minor fight between siblings which he will come out on top of no matter who wins. The blood-drinking chiropteran queens are born as twins, always one red-eyed and one blue-eyed, with the chiropteran they go on to make also exhibiting these eye colors after transformation.
In the circulatory system, blood is red and the veins that carry it are blue. This Tumblr theory about the anime's ending positing that Hagi really was Killed Off for Real in the series finale and that the rose with his ribbon at Saya's crypt was left there by Nathan, getting ready to impersonate Hagi and take his place when she wakes up. Blood reveals that Hagi is alive and well, unless you're ignoring Blood. The way that Riku died after his untimely raping.
In order for someone with Saya's blood to die for good, Diva's blood has to mix with it, causing every part full of blood in their body to crystallize violently. Diva had to rape Riku badly enough to make him bleed, likely from the mouth or genitals— and he likely fought back, causing Diva to bleed as well. He usually keeps his hair tied in a ponytail at the nape of his neck with a blue ribbon.
In flashbacks, he is shown to have let his hair remain unbound. Attire Hagi is nearly always seen wearing a charcoal suit that has two front and two back tails of equal length. The jacket has a narrow black band at the waist and a black buckled band on his Chriopteran arm. He pairs the jacket with a white Barrymore shirt, charcoal trousers and black shoes.
In the flashback to the Russian village sequence, he is shown bare-chested with a towel around his lower torso.
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He is also often seen with his cello case, both a genuine instrument vessel as well as storage for Saya's sword. Characterization Personality When Hagi started living at the Zoo, he was rather taciturn and occasionally rude, partly because Saya herself was spoiled and selfish.
It was only after revealing his true circumstances namely, that his parents had sold him to the original Joel for a loaf of bread that they gradually became friends. While Haji was still living with Saya in France as an adult, he was charming, kind and chivalrous, even parental.
These attitudes only grew stronger after Hagi became her chevalier. Hagi is shown to have a rather calm, solitary, stoic and quiet personality for the majority of the series, rarely showing his feeling or talking. When he does, he only says a few sentences and speaks rather monotonously. It is revealed that he actually gave up showing his emotions after being shocked and disappointed during the Vietnam incident, coming to believe that as Saya's chevalier, his duties are to obey her orders and look after her well-being, keeping his deep feelings for her to himself.
He even goes so far as to avoid ever using his full power, as he ended up frightening Saya the first time he did it.
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Hagi is also shown to greatly appreciate his immortal life, as it allows him to watch over Saya during her year periods of sleep. Although considered to be a doormat by several people, Amshel in particular, Hagi is in fact far from it; his number one priority is fulfill Saya's wishes, but he also isn't against voicing his opinion on what he thinks is best for her and does so more and more frequently as the series progresses, particularly after the one-year timeskip.
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This is notably makes him the complete opposite of Diva's chevaliers; they all spoil Diva rotten, but the majority of them are secretly following their own agendas, with only James being completely loyal to her.
Nevertheless, there are times when Hagi's loyalty can get the better of him, as he would have stood back and let Saya kill herself had Kai not intervened. Throughout his life, even prior to becoming a chevalier, Hagi has always been loyal, not only to Saya, but to her friends and family.
The one time he disobeyed her was when Kai had convinced him to confess his love for Saya and what he wished for. He wished for her to live on because at that point she would no longer have to fight.
The two soon kissed afterwards. In his fight with Amshel, in fact, he says that in spite of everything he's been through, he has no regrets whatsoever, just because he was able to meet Saya.
Relationships Saya Hagi did not get along with Saya when they first met at the Zoo. Although obedient, he was taciturn and occasionally rude, partly because Saya herself was spoiled and selfish. It was only after revealing his true circumstances that they gradually become friends. The fact that she attacked him so violently and without hesitation caused a dark, almost melancholic change in his personality. One reason on his personality change could be that he blames himself because it was his blood that caused what happen to Saya and what she did in the war.
Shortly after the incident, Haji left the Red Shield and his whereabouts were, for the most part, unknown. Although initially distancing himself from Saya following their reunion, he gradually became more affectionate towards his queen again, like when they were in the Zoo.
Their relationship also grew stronger with a year-long absence from the Red Shield, although Saya's personality had considerably darkened, Hagi was still very much in love with Saya. Many speculate that Hagi's personality is quiet and calm because Saya's brutal attack, however it has been shown mutiple times throughout the series that Hagi understands what had happened when she attacked him and Saya has apologized several times.
Throughout the end of the series it was shown that Hagi was still in love with Saya until the very end, and Saya, who had lost her memory and had begun regaining it, and was falling in love with him again. Riku Hagi is shown to have gotten fond of Riku especially when Riku became Saya's chevalier. It was shown that they were always together, and he may have served as an example to Riku on how to be a good chevalier.
He encouraged Riku a few times on how he can be of use to Saya, and also taught Riku how to play the cello. Kai Hagi is jealous of Kai to some extent, since he can make Saya laugh while Hagi seems to upset her many times. This jealousy is more prominent in the manga version rather than the anime.
He even goes so far as to push Kai into the helicopter, as well as not letting Kai touch Saya. Despite this, Hagi is willing to listen to Kai on occasion, particularly when Kai convinced him to be honest with himself and confess his deep feelings to Saya. Diva Hagi is not shown to commune with Diva who has a constant disliking of him. Hagi plays the cello, a skill he learned from Saya and later taught to Riku.
He usually carries his cello in a large black case that bears a heavy resemblance to a Victorian-era coffin. As with most chevaliers, Hagi doesn't need to eat or sleep, and he stays awake while Saya eats, sleeps, or goes into long periods of hibernation.
But he does need to feed on human blood, something that he does not succumb to doing. Throughout the series, Hagi displays great proficiency in close quarters combat, being able to perform swift movements with not only his bare hands but also maneuvers such as leg sweeps and roundhouse kicks.
Hagi's chiropteran hand Both hands transformed Blood Attributes: Hagi's blood is capable of healing self wounds. However, if the wound is inflicted by the queen who has made him chevalier, the regenerated part is likely to take permanent chiropteran form. Saya was forcefully awakened during the Vietnam war by injecting Hagi's blood. This indicates that Hagi's blood is a source of his queen's chiropteran strength.