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Summary

Galamoth is a giant boss from the Floating Catacombs in Castlevania: Symphony of the Night. He has a plan to conquer the Netherworld and uses electrical attacks. This boss was originally the end boss of Kid Dracula and his appearance in Symphony of the Night is one of the toughest battles in the game. This boss also makes an appearance in Aria of Sorrow as a Soul that can see past areas blocked by time. This soul is found after defeating Legion and past the room with the rippers. Galamoth plays into the plot of Castlevania Judgment as the main antagonist, though he himself does not actually appear in the game. Galamoth, described as a being from ten thousand years in the future, attempts to take the throne by eliminating the time period in which Dracula reigned, sending his minion, the Time Reaper, on what is presumably an assassination mission. Aeon takes the steps necessary to prevent the Time Reaper from succeeding in carrying out Galamoth's orders.

Appearance Gallery

See also Galamoth Artwork

Enemy Data

Enemy Data: Galamoth
Image Name - Game
Description
Statistics Items Location
Galamoth 1 BDK 43. Demon Lord Galamoth (Great Dark Lord Galamoth) [ edit ]
Boku Dracula-kun
' Drop: Ebisumaru Coin
7. Galamoth's Realm
Galamoth 2 BDK 54. King Galamoth (Space Emperor Galamoth King) [ edit ]
Boku Dracula-kun
' 9. Robot Factory
Galamoth-pose
142. Galamoth 
Castlevania: Symphony of the Night
Magical being with plan to rule the netherworld. Weak: None
Level: 50
HP: 6,666
Exp: 9999
Drop: None
Floating Catacombs

In Kid Dracula

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Galamoth in Kid Dracula

Galamoth is the main villain of Kid Dracula, starring the character of the same name. Galamoth tries to take over Kid Dracula's father's army of undead while he's away and he succeeds in this. Kid Dracula has to stop him with some help from Death and after venturing through many different places facing his father's old army, he finally got to fight against Galamoth and won. Galamoth swore to get revenge on Kid Dracula after he was defeated. He is called "Garamoth" in this game.

In Castlevania: Symphony of the Night

In Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, Galamoth was a giant monster with plans to take over the netherworld. Galamoth was one of the toughest bosses in the game and used his scepter and electrical attacks to defeat Alucard. Alucard eventually defeated the monster and continued on his quest to defeat his father. If you visit the Master Librarian, and look up Galamoth's description, it reads: Magical being with plan to rule the Netherworld.

In Castlevania Judgment

Galamoth plays into the plot of Castlevania Judgment as the main antagonist, though he himself does not actually appear in the game. Galamoth, described as a being from ten thousand years in the future, attempts to take the throne by eliminating the time period in which Dracula reigned, sending his minion, the Time Reaper, on what is presumably an assassination mission. Aeon takes the steps necessary to prevent the Time Reaper from succeding in carrying out Galamoth's orders.



As a soul in Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow

Galamoth's soul appears in Aria of Sorrow as a soul that Soma had to take so that he could get past the Chronomage. It can see past areas blocked by time.

Trivia

The time Galamoth sent Time Reaper from- ten thousand years in the future- coincides with how long Kid Dracula was asleep for in the Boku Dracula-Kun game, where he is originally from.

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