Strike the Blood


He never asked for this power.

Kojou Akatsuki used to be an ordinary high school boy–but that was before he became the Fourth Primogenitor, the most powerful vampire of all time. Worse–he doesn’t even remember how it happened. Middle schooler Yukina Himeragi, meanwhile, is the Attack Mage sent to observe him–and to stop him if he gets out of control. But was it really a good idea to send a cute girl to observe a massively powerful vampire boy whose abilities activate whenever he gets aroused? And on an artificial island populated with all manner of demonic individuals, each with their own designs on the Fourth Primogenitor–?!


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Other series by author: Hollow Regalia
Genre: Action, Comedy, Harem, Romance, Supernatural
Volume 01 or (Mirror) 15-Nov-2022 Higher quality illustrations
Volume 02 or (Mirror) 15-Nov-2022 Higher quality illustrations
Volume 03 or (Mirror) 15-Nov-2022 Higher quality illustrations
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  1. @Jowy
    It seems google chrome is automatically blocking the downloaded zip files for the following volumes (because “they’re potentially dangerous”):
    Volumes 1-9, 12, 13 &17
    (On the normal link. I’ve tried the Mirrors for 1-3 but they said “the file is no longer available for download / doesn’t exist”. Haven’t tried the other mirrors.)
    This is a first for me. Haven’t had any other novels here blocked by Google Chrome because they’re potentially dangerous. And Volumes 10,11, 14-16 and 18-21 are all “safe” / no issues.

    Any idea as to what the cause might be?

    1. I’ve checked the ones marked by Chrome as unsafe/potentially dangerous on but so far none of those are suspicious/dangerous there. (Didn’t expect any other result really… But sure am baffled as to why those get flagged by Chrome)

    2. The adlinks will always be flagged in due time, there’s nothing we can do about it. We can only advise users to upload the downloaded files to and scan for viruses before opening.

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