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A vampire artist in [[Portrait of Ruin]], Castlevania. He is the main villain of the game, befitting his past as an artist prior to vampirism. He is the one who creates the many portraits which you travel through to get to different areas. An elder vampire with a resemblance to Count Orlok, Brauner recreated [[Dracula's Castle]] using the souls of the ueead from [[World War II]] in order to destroy humanity. Unlike most other vampires in the series, he has no loyalty to Dracula due to his repeated failures in the past. Brauner disdains humanity because his two real daughters were killed 30 years ago, during [[World War I]], and he has deluded the vampiric [[Stella]] and [[Loretta]] (and possibly himself as well) into believing that they are his daughters. After the player defeats him in battle, [[Death]] comes in and finishes him off, saying his presence is what kept [[Dracula]] sealed.
 
A vampire artist in [[Portrait of Ruin]], Castlevania. He is the main villain of the game, befitting his past as an artist prior to vampirism. He is the one who creates the many portraits which you travel through to get to different areas. An elder vampire with a resemblance to Count Orlok, Brauner recreated [[Dracula's Castle]] using the souls of the ueead from [[World War II]] in order to destroy humanity. Unlike most other vampires in the series, he has no loyalty to Dracula due to his repeated failures in the past. Brauner disdains humanity because his two real daughters were killed 30 years ago, during [[World War I]], and he has deluded the vampiric [[Stella]] and [[Loretta]] (and possibly himself as well) into believing that they are his daughters. After the player defeats him in battle, [[Death]] comes in and finishes him off, saying his presence is what kept [[Dracula]] sealed.

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A vampire artist in Portrait of Ruin, Castlevania. He is the main villain of the game, befitting his past as an artist prior to vampirism. He is the one who creates the many portraits which you travel through to get to different areas. An elder vampire with a resemblance to Count Orlok, Brauner recreated Dracula's Castle using the souls of the ueead from World War II in order to destroy humanity. Unlike most other vampires in the series, he has no loyalty to Dracula due to his repeated failures in the past. Brauner disdains humanity because his two real daughters were killed 30 years ago, during World War I, and he has deluded the vampiric Stella and Loretta (and possibly himself as well) into believing that they are his daughters. After the player defeats him in battle, Death comes in and finishes him off, saying his presence is what kept Dracula sealed.

Japanese Voice Actor: Hisao Egawa

Gallery

See also Brauner Artwork

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