The most legendary vampire killer of them all. Simon represents virtue and goodness, and significantly broke barriers against dying one's hair unnatural colors back in the day.
Main Attack: He can whip his Vampire Killer in all directions and brandish it Special Attack: He can use his Dagger, Holy Water, Boomerang, Axe, and Stop Watch sub-weapons Recovery: He can catch stray hooks with his whip and swing back onto the platform
Christopher Belmont is an ancestor of Simon who risked his life to rescue his own flesh-and-blood son rather than some soul mate or whatever Dracula and the other Belmonts keep going on about.
Main Attack: He can whip using the Vampire Killer, unleashing a fireball from the end as a projectile Special Attack: Can use his Dagger, Holy Water, Cross, Axe, and Stop Watch sub-weapons Recovery: Climbs up a rope and jumps off back onto the stage
Richter brings to the table the item crush ability, and no, I don't mean he'll ruin your dinnerware.
Main Attack: Standard Vampire Killer whip attack Special Attack: He can perform item crushes specific to the Dagger, Holy Water, Cross, Axe, Stop Watch and Holy Book sub-weapons Recovery: He backflips... Forward... Onto the stage
Maria, Richter's sister-in-law, has a group of animals obediently at her beck-and-call. She's everything PETA despises.
Main Attack: Throws doves at the enemy, and they return promptly Special Attack: She can use her Bird, Cat, Dragon, Egg, Turtle, and Music Book sub-weapons Recovery: Blazing forward-upward somersault
Grant's a petty thief, which means he'll steal your insights and pass them off as his own in conversation all because you wore his bandana without asking.
Main Attack: Short below-the-belt dagger strike Special Attack: He can use the Dagger, Axe, and Stop Watch sub-weapons Recovery: He can climb up cliffs, along the bottom of platforms, and ceilings to a number of effects
Sypha's the standard magic user. Why does magic have to have such low self-esteem?
Main Attack: Uses her Warakiya Staff for short ranged attacks Special Attack: She can use her Hole Flame, Ice, and Lightning sub-weapons Recovery: She could probably use her staff to float somehow
Alucard is a thorn in Dracula's side which Fangs'll never be rid of. Did I mention he's his son? Well, that's kind of assumed.
Main Attack: He slashes with his Alucard Sword and can throw a wave of three stacked fireballs at the enemy Special Attack: Summons his Ghost, Bat, Demon, Faerie, and Sword familiars Recovery: Turns into a bat and flies back on stage, then into a mist which gives him extra distance
Is he really Dracula reincarnated as an innocent, or is he just a person who's inherited his powers? Who cares - let's just enjoy watching the fanboys argue vehemently over it.
Main Attack: Uses a long sword to slash enemies Special Attack: Takes advantage of a selection of his Tactical Souls abilities Recovery: Flies in grey-blue bat form and uses the Flying Armor ability to slow down his fall afterward
She's been stripped of her emotions, and yet she calls herself a woman.
Main Attack: Uses one of her Rapier glyphs to tear into enemies Special Attack: Uses one of her Fidelus glyphs to summon helpers Recovery: Uses her Manges Glyph to launch herself magnetically onto solid ground
Shanoa's caring adoptive brother. He'd probably shoot me if he read the above quip.
Main Attack: Fires with his Agartha gun and Optical Shot Special Attack: Uses his Torpor Crystal which expands and surrounds enemies Recovery: Warps back to the platform
The most famed member of the Lecarde family; you might even say he's its spearhead.
Main Attack: Uses his Alucard Spear to jab left, right, upward and downward at enemies and twirl for momentary offensive-protection Special Attack: He can perform item crashes specific to his Holy Water, Boomerang, Axe, and Spear Head subweapons Recovery: He can launch himself upward and forward by pole vaulting with his spear
Suave, sophisticated, morally questionable... He's like the 007 of blood-sucking.
Main Attack: Throws a column of three Hellfire fireballs and can shoot three Dark Inferno meteor balls one after another for extra oomph Special Attack: Transforms into his demon form which gives him extra size, strength, and its own share of abilities Recovery: Turns into a bat and flaps his way back on stage (but in the baddest way possible) and can teleport for additional length
Even Death itself serves as second-in-command to Dracula! How does that make you feel, "Grim" Reaper? Yeah, that's what I thought. I'd like to see you kill me right now. I didn't think so. What's a matter? Baby gonna cry? You have no authority over--
Main Attack: Uses his scythe to slash sideways and overhead Special Attack: Summons a ring of mini-scythes around him which disperse and zone in on enemies Recovery: He can fly; he's Death; he'll kill you
A misunderstood tragic hero borne of dead body parts and the brain of a killer. Not even his bride appreciates him.
Main Attack: Uses his big strong arms to pound and can send electrical currents out to zap the enemy Special Attack: Becomes imbued with electric energy and becomes a walking hazard - for his opponent Recovery: Sends out an electrical line to pull himself back on stage
He's your standard Castlevania minor enemy. I'll be even he could wipe the floor with D--
Main Attack: Throws bones at the enemy Special Attack: Throws a giant bone which deals impressive damage Recovery: Separates its leg bones into a line that extends from its arm to the edge of the stage platform, pulling itself back on
These suckers just keep inching their way toward you. Slow and steady intimidates the Belmont, so to speak.
Main Attack: Writhes at enemies and can take a significantly greater amount of hits than most fighters Special Attack: Cashes in a favor and calls in its fellow brain-eaters to help finish the job Recovery: Throws its upper body on the stage as the rest of it falls, after which the lower body re-materializes on the battleground
Besides Death, this guy has the most experience out of all the bad guys. Unfortunately, most of that experience is in counting sheep in wait of being excavated.
Main Attack: Whips at enemies with his bandaging Special Attack: Retreats to his tomb and emerges seconds later with some health replenished Recovery: Extends his bandaging and pulls himself into the ring again
The merman is pretty capable for a minor enemy, and he'll never miss an opportunity to remind you. It makes holding a real conversation with the guy incredibly frustrating.
Main Attack: Fires water blast at enemies Special Attack: Temporarily goes off stage, returning out of the blue elsewhere to attack off-guard combatants Recovery: Shoots a powerful spray of water below it and propels itself diagonally upward
This protectorate of Drac's castle throws his might axe and catches it as it returns. It's all a very monotonous back-and-forth, and conflicts with his aspirations to move to Lubbock and become its most decorated interior designer.
Main Attack: Swings and throws its axe Special Attack: Charges on-stage opponents Recovery: Throws its axe to the edge of the stage, extends its arm out, and pulls itself up
As part of his training, Dracula required him to complete the entire Maze Craze puzzle book series. He secretly handed them off to the castle's rat population, since they're better at solving such things.
Main Attack: Swings its axe sideways and overhead Special Attack: Extends its axe and brings it down on all enemies within a good distance in front of it Recovery: Catches the edge of the stage with its axe and pulls itself on board