I like this anime, but I really liked the original hook of "I've gotta train this girl to fight, but I've also gotta make the call to assassinate her if she can't fight" and I feel like that idea was more interesting tbh. At least now we've got more of a complete picture of who's who/what's what. The whole Vampir reveal would've felt awful if they had waited until like a season finale type event.
Aaand that is completely irrelevant because this anime is adapted from the original source material, the Light Novel.
The manga is also adapted from the Light Novel, but not the anime. Therefore, it really doesn't matter whether it caught up.
Anime plebs like yourself always seem to think these adaptations come from manga. Lol.
No, it's not from a manga. It's from the Light Novel.
And certainly a manga for this exists, but that's an adaptation of the Light Novel.
The same as how the anime is adapted from the Light Novel. At this point, it seems the anime will pass the manga's point.
at this point we aren't watching this because it's geniunely "good", whatever that word means to you. at this point it's just guilty pleasure. I mean come on, steampunk vampire assassin? It sounds like you just threw together a bunch of cool edgy ideas into a hat and drew from it. and it fucking worked