EPISODE 01: "Flight Night"
In the skies above post-Apocalyptic Europe, a millenial vendetta is about to be exacted.
The heart of Christendom, the Vatican, is embroiled in political turmoil between three siblings vying for power.
The twilight Empire, home of the vampiric Methuselah, is on the verge of war with the human population.
The glittering regalia of Albion is a testament to its diplomatic neutrality, yet there are dangerous revolutionary undercurrents beneath the otherwise-calm exterior.
And somewhere in the shadows lurks an organization bent on the destruction of humanity.
Three nations. Three bloodlines. Three destinies.
--- INFORMATION ---
After what seems like years of working on this first episode, a lot of setbacks that were both expected and unexpected, and a pinch of good fortune, Episode 01 is complete. I'm so sorry that this took so long to be released. Future episodes should go so much quicker and better. This is my first full-episode dub, and I learned a lot of things in the process of mixing this project. It went through no less than four incarnations, but the final result was well worth the effort. Hopefully you'll stick with the series as we come out with future episodes. I can't wait to really dig deeper into this show. It's only going to get more exciting, I promise!
This episode marks a wrap-up for several voice actors. I would like to thank them for their dedication, and I would love to work with them again in future episodes once more roles open up after Episode 04! It was my pleasure to work with each of you:
xdragonsgirl28x (RebirthofRosa) as "Jessica Lange"
Raizuto as "Co-Pilot Orson"
OmegaOptimusSupreme as "Alfred de Mainz"
soclever as "Closing Narrator"
With that, I hope you enjoy the episode!
--- WARNING ---
Trinity Blood contains animated violence, blood, and minor adult language. Watch at your own discretion. Thanks!
(in order of appearance)
Scripted and Remixed by Tonberry King.
"Broken Wings" closing theme is performed by JellybeanQueen2.
Music is taken from Trinity Blood OST.
Sound Effects are taken from the VAA SFX Library, Freesound, and my personal library.
This production is optimized for viewing in 720p high-definition with Dolby Digital 5.1 surround sound.
Downloading is recommended for highest fidelity.
Part 1 (746 MB .mp4) - Part 2 (748 MB .mp4)