Leila's granddaughter
General information





Height: Under 4 Feet

Eyes: Blue

Hair: Blonde

- Pink Dress,
- White Shirt

Build: Thin Beauty




Leila Marcus (Grandmother)
Butcher (Presumed grandfather)
Borgoff Marcus (Granduncle)
Nolt Marcus (Granduncle)
Kyle Marcus (Granduncle)
Groveck Marcus (Granduncle)
Unnamed father (english version)

First Appearance

VHD: Bloodlust

Hideyuki Kikuchi

"Hey, mister! Wait! Mister, wait! Um, excuse me, sir, but I was wondering if you knew my grandmother Leila... Yes. It's you, isn't it? My grandmother told me about you. So, I'd be honoured if you could come to our house. My father would be so happy... Can you, please? "
Leila's granddaughter[src]

Leila's granddaughter is a character from Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust. She is a descendant of Marcus Clan through her grandmother Leila Marcus, she is seen at the funeral of her grandmother.


Her age was not disclosed, but she appears to be somewhere in her preteens. It's safe to say that she resembles her grandmother Leila Marcus a lot, as she has blue eyes, pale skin and blond hair worn in two braids. She wears a white shirt with a dark blue bow tie, pink dress and vest and a hat of the same color.


Leila's granddaughter appears to be rather kind and polite child, who welcoming D and want to host him in her home. She has a close relationship with her grandmother, saying that she often talked a lot of stories about D and it was an honor to her family to host him in their house. She is a little bit disappointed because his refusal, but anyway, she thanks for his visit to the funeral and wishes him a goodbye.


Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust

"Oh, come on, we don't live very far... Okay, I guess I see... Anyway, thank you for coming. Goodbye. Goodbye!"
―Leila's granddaughter to D when he turns down her invitation[src]

In the final scene of the movie, D arrives at Leila's funeral, watching from a distance. Leila's granddaughter is seen with family and other people hold a funeral for their beloved Leila. She noticed D who watching from a distance, she greets him and invites him to stay with them for a while. D declines, saying that he simply came to "repay a favor to an old friend", who feared no one would mourn her death, admitted he was glad she was wrong.

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He tells her that he is glad many people have attended her funeral and that there's no need for him to lay another flower on her grave, as there are enough already. Leila's granddaughter, thanks him for coming, and D replies by smiling gently at her, before he rides away.


  • Leila's granddaughter's voice actress was Mika Kanai in the Japanese version and Debi Derryberry in the English version.
  • Leila's granddaughter like Carmilla is shown only in Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust movie, she was never mentioned in the novel Demon Deathchase or even in the manga Volume 3.
  • Leila's granddaughter share identical physical appearance with young Leila in Bloodlust.
  • She notes that her grandmother told her family about D, it is not clear exactly whether her family or she knows that D is a Dhampir. It is most likely they are seeing he has outlived her looking as youthful as when he met the passing Leila though, implying they know very well.
  • In Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust Leila was married and had a son (her father (English version), it is assumed that her grandfather could be Butcher, because in the end of Demon Deathchase, Leila is counting on his resolve to wait for her as long as he has to, it is assumed that they are latter married.
  • In Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust Leila has no blood relation with Marcus clan, as in the novel or manga, which means that her granddaughter is not their blood relative or a descendent. Which means that her granddaughter is their 'descendant' 'only because the Leila is the only one who left alive as members of their family.


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