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Kranz MADUKE


 

Alternative names:

Number IV
クランツ・マドゥーク
クランツ=マドゥーク

Tags:

Human, Koroshiya~殺し屋, Assassine, Adult, Assassin, Disabled, Helmet

Information:

Gender: Male
Age: 26
Birthday: 4. January
Blood type: AB
Eye colour: Not visible
Hair colour: Yellow/Blonde
Hair length: To Ears
Height/size: 1.90m
Weight: 102kg
Birthdate: January 4
Age: 26
Blood Type: AB
Height: 190 cm
Weight: 102 kg
Weapon: Mars
Favorite Spot: A Quiet Room
Least Favorite Spot: In the city where it's noisy
Kranz Maduke In the Manga
Comments: In Number IV, Kranz, was raised as an assassin for Chronos from birth, and, like Baldor, is extremely violent. Since losing his eyesight in a battle several years ago, he wears a helmet that conceals his eyes, but because he believes that he exists solely to fight, he has developed combat techniques based on sensing sound and movement. His weapon is a knife named "Mars." When Mars's switch is pressed, its blade will vibrate and become extremely sharp. He, together with Baldorias, is sent to capture Kyoko after she leaves the Apostles Of The Stars, and eventually engages in battle with Train in his Lucifer-changed child form, and later with Sven, when they confess they do not intend to let them hurt her. When Jenos appears to stop the fight and tell them the plan was cancelled, Baldorias does not react in a happy way, and even attacks Jenos himself.
(Some of the Source: Black Cat manga volume 11 between chapters 98 and 99)
Kranz Maduke in the Anime
Kranz has only appeared briefly in the anime, in the preparations for the Clarken island attack and the attack itself, but he does not play any kind of role in the part where Train is changed into a child, as Kyoko is not pursued by the Chrono Numbers in the Anime. After Creed's defeat in Clarken Island Kranz shows himself as one of the Zero Numbers Mason gathered, together with Baldorias and Emilio.
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Related anime:

Black Cat TV, 2005
Black Cat: The Distant Cat Bonus, 2006

Related manga:

Black Cat Manga, 2000

Voice actors:

Atsushi Kakehashi, Japanese
Viktor Walker, English