Is Noes Teacher A Curse Bearer

The Teacher, (先 (せん) (せい), Sensei) also known as The Shapeless One (貌 (かたち) (も) (もの), Katachi Motazaru-mono), or Comte de Saint Germain (サンジェルマン(はく) (しゃく), San Jeruman Hakushaku), is the moniker for a Vampire from Jun Mochizuki's The Case Study of Vanitas. As the Teacher is known to frequently change his name, becoming infuriated to the point of violence when the incorrect one is used, he is exclusively referred to via epithets. Even Noé Archiviste, his student and confidante, does not know the name he currently uses. One of the oldest known Vampires, Teacher was the first Vampire to serve Queen Faustina, and stayed as her vassal the longest. Despite this, he never accepted a position in high society, though he was being given land and power by the Queen. Instead, this was passed onto his adopted son, the Count de Sade. He moved deep into the country, to the town of Averoigne, where he lived with little interest in Vampire political affairs. Circa 1869 AD, his adoptive son sired twins, a boy and a girl. Though the boy was to be executed, Teacher took him in, raising the child himself to unknown ends.

A few years later, he bought a young Noé, who had been mistaken for a human and kidnapped by slavers. He released Noé from bondage, instead keeping him as his student, and allowed him to become friends with the twins Louis and Dominique. A few years later, when the children were in their teens, Louis became a curse-bearer, and was subsequently decapitated by the Teacher. When Noé reached the age of nineteen, he was told to research the Book of Vanitas, supposedly the origin of Malnomen. The Teacher usually takes the form of a tall, thin, pale skinned man with short blonde hair. His appearance is otherwise ambiguous, and it is implied by August Ruthven that he frequently changes physical form. The Teacher is often seen wearing a long black coat over a white shirt with a mandarin collar, along with a top hat. He also carries a walking stick with two six-pointed star charms, which he seems to use as a weapon. Earlier in the story, on the rare occasions when the Teacher's face is clearly visible, his eyes were usually not drawn. After the reveal of his face, he's shown to have a jovial face, small eyebrows and droopy eyes.

39;s teacher was the first vampire to serve the Queen and did so for the longest duration.

Also, The Teacher has heterochromia, his left eye being the same blue as Vanitas', and the other is purple, just like Murr. The Teacher is a mysterious and Contrary vampire. He seems to prefer a peaceful life in the country over the wealth and fame of a position at the Queen's side. He frequently shapeshifts and changes his name, and nearly kills anyone who calls him by the wrong name. Most vampires fear the Teacher and refer to him as a monster. The Teacher is a highly observant person who wants to study and know more about the behavior of both humans and vampires. He's intrigued by cursebearers and the Book of Vanitas. One of his observation subjects was his grandson, Louis, who frequently described Teacher as a man with horrible and sadistic taste. The Teacher raised Noé to not have any biases towards vampires or humans, which suggests that The Teacher shares this opinion- he seems to see all humans and all vampires as information to observe and gather. Also known as "The Shapeless One" due to the frequency with which he changes his name and form, Noé's teacher was the first vampire to serve the Queen and did so for the longest duration. Nothing is known about his life prior to serving the queen, and the Teacher is known as one of the oldest and most mysterious vampires in existence.

At some point before adopting Noé, the Teacher developed an intense hatred towards August Ruthven.

After serving the queen (presumably following the end of the war between humans and vampires), the Teacher gave his titles and land to his adopted child, Count de Sade, and retreated to live in the country. Despite living a life out of the spotlight the Teacher retained a huge amount of authority in the vampire world. Vampires mostly fear him and see him as a monster. At some point before adopting Noé, the Teacher developed an intense hatred towards August Ruthven. The Teacher seems to have had little interaction with his oldest two grandchildren, Antoine and Veronica. When Dominique and Louis were born, the Teacher decided to keep Louis at his estate rather than let the infant be killed. It seems as though the Teacher did some sort of strange experiment on Louis, making him into a cursebearer. The Teacher also made Count de Sade let Dominique interact with her brother monthly, most likely to give Louis a close bond with someone (to exploit) and to use as a control for his experiments on Louis. The Teacher later bought Noé at a slave market and brought him to live with Louis at their residence.

He treated Noé as a student and taught him about various aspects of vampire culture and history. He also taught Noé how to reverse gravity and how to fight. When Louis finally gave in to Naenia and fully transformed into a cursebearer, the Teacher observed his actions for a while and stepped in to save Noé once he judged Noé was in mortal danger, beheading Louis. Following this, Noé fell unconscious for a time. After this, Noé continued to live at Teacher's estate, while Domi's visits seem to have become less frequent. A short time before the start of the manga, the Teacher sent Noé a letter asking him to investigate the Book of Vanitas and discern its true character. While Noé is asleep after collapsing at the end of the Bal Masque, he sees Teacher. Noé tells Teacher that he needs to apologize to Vanitas for forcing his own ideals and hopes onto him. The Teacher reassures Noé and tells him to engage with the tale and the people surrounding the Book of Vanitas. Noé wakes up from his unconscious state and notices that the chair he saw Teacher in is still warm. The Teacher raised Noé like his own grandchild after taking him in as a young boy. He gave Noé a happy and carefree childhood, reading with Noé and bringing him gifts.

39;s relationship with the Teacher is a positive one.

He also seems to have given Noé some level of combat training as a teenager. Noé in turn sees Teacher more as a father/ grandfather than as a vampire to be feared, curiously asking Ruthven if his Teacher is really such a strong vampire after Ruthven tells Noé about the Teacher's power. Despite all this, Teacher seems to see Noé as more of an object for investigation than as an individual. Dominique's relationship with the Teacher is a positive one. The two aren't shown interacting much, but Teacher is shown bringing his granddaughter presents during her visits. This relationship, however, is only surface level. The Teacher seems to see Dominique as an aspect of his experiments on Louis, and likely would have let Louis kill her when he turned into a full cursebearer. Louis was the Teacher's grandson and experiment subject. The Teacher took Louis in as an infant, saving his life in the process, but performed a variety of experiments on his grandson, most likely making Louis into a cursebearer in the process. The Teacher spent a good amount of time with Louis, raising him and interacting with him frequently, but their interactions seemed to have been emotionally detached and distant. At some point in Louis's life the Teacher told him that he was both a cursebearer and Dominique's twin sister, slated to die at birth. After this Louis began avoiding Teacher more often and their relationship deteriorated further. The Teacher despises Ruthven to the point of striking his name from every book in his castle.

It's suggested that they had some sort of interaction(s) in the past to fuel this hatred, but from what Ruthven tells Noé they don't seem to know much about each other. The Teacher has some kind of fascination towards Luna, not only because of his interest in the Books of Vanitas, but also because he says that Luna - whom he calls Blue - is "the most beautiful creature in this world". The Teacher is said to be the only other character whose eye is said to be the same vivid blue as them - aside from the Clan of the Blue Moon - although the connection between them is yet unknown. "Listen well, mon chaton. You must never let anyone steal your 'True Name.' Your True Name is the formula that shapes your very being."Mon chaton, I wish you to fly to Paris immediately. I hear it's been discovered there. It really exists-the Book of Vanitas!

Find it without fail… … with your own eyes… "I'm sure from now on… "I don't want you to do anything in particular. You're free. Do as you please. "Engage with the tale of the people surrounding the Book of Vanitas. Once you've done that, how will you define the Book of Vanitas for yourself? "Well! That was magnificent. I thought perhaps I should stop you sooner… I'm glad I didn't. This was good. Yes… "-The kingdom of dreams has fallen. Whether they're as gentle as a cradle… … in the end, dreams are only dreams. Inevitably, there will come a time when you must wake and face reality. Denotes that the character did not appear physically, but as a part of another character's memories. It is implied he brought the recipe for tarte tatin to Altus, as mentioned by Luca. His Japanese voice actor previously provided the voice of Xerxes Break from Pandora Hearts. The Comte de St. Germain is known as a historical figure who was an avid adventurer as well as a skilled philosopher and musical talent, penning 59 pieces, much including the violin, which he played.

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