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The Convention of Twelve, also known as the Round Table or the Round-Table Conference is a society made up of individuals of political and economic prominence, nobles, and military leaders, all loyal to the English crown.

Information[edit | edit source]

Function & Activities[edit | edit source]

Essentially, this small group runs the British Empire for the Queen from behind the scenes. They hold meetings around a long, oval-shaped table, with Sir Integra Hellsing at the head and Sir Hugh Irons at the foot. After the Queen of England, the Hellsing Organization answers first and foremost to the Convention of Twelve.

Integra Hellsing is the Convention's most recent and youngest member, but is by no means their weakest. In fact, she is easily their strongest along with Sir Irons. Her father, Arthur Hellsing was her direct predecessor, and he might have even been the head of the Round Table in his time, but it is not known who else of the Hellsing family was a member. It is speculated by fans that, just like Arthur and Integra were involved in World Wars in favor to England, Abraham van Helsing was in the first great war.

They have an extremely adversarial relationship with Iscariot; on the eve of Alucard's return after the Battle of London, the Convention was gathered for a fencing match between the then-current Sir Irons and Integra Hellsing, and an Iscariot commission moved in, tired of waiting in the lobby. When pushed back, Heinkel Wolfe seriously proposed to sacrifice herself and the current Iscariot chief, all with the single express purpose of killing half the Table. She was turned down.

Known Members[edit | edit source]

Arthur Hellsing - Director/Head of Hellsing before Integra

Sir Integra Fairbrook Wingates Hellsing - Director/Head of Hellsing

Sir Hugh Irons - Council President

Lieutenant-General Rob Walsh - Council Councilor, later Council President

Sir Shelby M. Penwood - Vice-Admiral

Sir Gregory Penwood - Vice-Admiral

Sir Hugh Irons - Council Councilor

References[edit | edit source]

1. The Global Oneness. Retrieved January,20 2010.

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