Alucard “Castlevania: Symphony of The Night” Statue
This Alucard Statue is highly detailed and capturing the Gothic fantasy style from the Castlevania series, “Castlevania: Symphony of the Night“, and a die-cast sword, plus an authentication card. Adrian Fahrenheit Țepeș (Adorian Fārenhaitsu Tsepeshu), better known as Alucard (Arukādo), is a fictional character in Konami’s Castlevania series of video games. His first appearance in the series was in the 1989 game Castlevania III: Dracula’s Curse, but he is best known for his role in the critically acclaimed Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, released in 1997. In the series, Alucard is the son of Dracula, the antagonist of the Castlevania series. Due to his human mother, Lisa, Alucard is a dhampir, a half-human, half-vampire. His mother’s death and admonition not to hate humanity caused him to take up arms against his father. In Dracula’s Curse and Castlevania Legends, he fights against his father alongside the vampire hunters of the Belmont clan, and he is featured as the protagonist of Symphony of the Night. As the offspring of an unnatural bond between Dracula and a human woman named Lisa, Alucard had special powers and was destined to be stronger than any human but not potentially as strong as his father. After Lisa was killed, having been mistaken for a witch, Alucard grew up under the influence of his father, whence he was taught in the dark arts and molded into a warrior who would one day fight for the side of evil.
Alucard‘s existence did not come without quirks, as the gentle, human side of his mother always seemed to cloud his “better judgement“, as Dracula would have put it. At her death, Alucard was by his mother’s side. She insisted that he not take his anger at her death out on the humans, as their lives are already full of hardship. With those words, she had a profound influence on Adrian’s thinking. His mind wandered as he questioned his father’s will. After standing by for as long as he could, he broke away from his father’s army and disappeared. Understanding that Dracula was going to impose his wrath on the people, Alucard would turn his efforts toward destroying his father’s army, hopefully encouraging him to reconsider. Furthermore, he chose to go under the name “Alucard“, Dracula’s name in reverse, to represent that he stood for beliefs opposite those of his father. Alucard is an adept swordsman and typically wields one-handed swords. Alucard’s other attacks use dark magic. As a shapeshifter, Alucard can change himself into a bat, a wolf, or even mist.
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