Requiem for Lost Souls
 
D. Gray-Man: Lavi

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Set in a fictional 19th century, D. Gray-Man is a story about the fight between the Black Order, and the Millenium Earl. The Millenium Earl is the creator of weapons with human souls called Akuma, and he seems to be damned set on ridding the world of the human race. The exorcists of the Black Order are the only one's capable of standing against him with the abilities given to them by their "innocence". That's the basics anyway. A full explanation of this series would take at least a couple pages XD!
In short the story follows Allen Walker through his trials as an exorcist. This is one of those series where attatchments are heartbreaking (FMA all over again). Characters (especially side ones) seem expendable, and unlike other shounen series, left me wondering if the main character were actually safe themselves. The manga in this case is a better representation of this series, but the anime (when on track), is good too (and not as dark).
I absolutely adore the characters in this series. And while I do love Allen, Lavi's my favorite. He seems easygoing and happy, but just enough about his past is given to show you that this may in part be an act. The bookmen themselves are surrounded by a bit of mystery which keeps me wondering what exactly their part in the series will be.

Lavi Section:
My favorite character of the series, so of course he's got his own section. I plan to add to this section as much as humanly possible, but with D Gray man art so scarce who knows what'll happen in the future. Lavi himself is one of those characters upbeat on the surface who's dealing with a lot underneath. He has a particularly hard time dealing with the idea that those within the Black Order are more than just something else to be observed.


 SHUT UP!!!

 Lavi

 Injured Lavi

 Lavi *_*

 Disbelief

 Anger
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