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Isaac has the outward appearance and quiet, peaceful demeanor of a Sufi ascetic, but with a great intellect and hides his deepest emotions.<ref name="Frederator" /> He inflicts pain on himself in a masochistic way to prepare himself from a horrible world and a penitence for his "corrupted" human body and soul.
 
Isaac has the outward appearance and quiet, peaceful demeanor of a Sufi ascetic, but with a great intellect and hides his deepest emotions.<ref name="Frederator" /> He inflicts pain on himself in a masochistic way to prepare himself from a horrible world and a penitence for his "corrupted" human body and soul.
 
Isaac is fanatically loyal to [[Dracula (animated series)|Dracula]] because he was the only person who respected him as a human being. He views Dracula as both as a master and as the only true friend he ever had and will kill any [[Godbrand|threat]] to Dracula without a second thought. He is distraught when Dracula banishes him to a desert in order to spare him from being slayed by [[Trevor Belmont (animated series)|Trevor]], [[Sypha Belnades (animated series)|Sypha]] and [[Alucard (animated series)|Alucard]]. After killing some bandits, Isaac decides to wage a war against humanity on his own, reviving the corpses of his assailants to serve in his army.
 
Isaac is fanatically loyal to [[Dracula (animated series)|Dracula]] because he was the only person who respected him as a human being. He views Dracula as both as a master and as the only true friend he ever had and will kill any [[Godbrand|threat]] to Dracula without a second thought. He is distraught when Dracula banishes him to a desert in order to spare him from being slayed by [[Trevor Belmont (animated series)|Trevor]], [[Sypha Belnades (animated series)|Sypha]] and [[Alucard (animated series)|Alucard]]. After killing some bandits, Isaac decides to wage a war against humanity on his own, reviving the corpses of his assailants to serve in his army.
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==Powers and abilities==
 
==Powers and abilities==

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"Isaac is a Devil Forgemaster who is equally as cruel as he is loyal to Dracula. He'll do whatever it takes to make sure Dracula's plan come to fruition."
— Isaac's profile description
See also: Isaac

Isaac is a major antagonist in the Castlevania animated series, serving as one of Lord Dracula's two human generals in his army, the other being Hector.

He is voiced by Adetokumboh M'Cormack in the English version of the show.

Background

Isaac was abused by a former master and bears a grudge against him in addition to other humans who harmed him during his lifetime, including brigand magicians who wanted to sell his body parts and whom Dracula rescued him from. While he had a very difficult childhood and was severely mistreated, Isaac managed to travel across much of Africa and the Middle East as a child and learned magic from a renegade occultist's books.[1]

Appearance

Isaac's appearance greatly differs from his Curse of Darkness design. He appears as a tall, bald man with dark-colored skin. Isaac wears the Devil Forgemaster uniform, the same outfit as Hector.

Personality

Isaac has the outward appearance and quiet, peaceful demeanor of a Sufi ascetic, but with a great intellect and hides his deepest emotions.[1] He inflicts pain on himself in a masochistic way to prepare himself from a horrible world and a penitence for his "corrupted" human body and soul. Isaac is fanatically loyal to Dracula because he was the only person who respected him as a human being. He views Dracula as both as a master and as the only true friend he ever had and will kill any threat to Dracula without a second thought. He is distraught when Dracula banishes him to a desert in order to spare him from being slayed by Trevor, Sypha and Alucard. After killing some bandits, Isaac decides to wage a war against humanity on his own, reviving the corpses of his assailants to serve in his army. Cite error: [2]


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