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Not to be confused with Lucy Lane.
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"A young magical researcher assigned to the anti-Dracula agency. Possesses skills greater than her youth would suggest. Supports Arikado on his journeys into the Grimoires. She's housing him too..."
— Description

Lucy Westenra (ルーシー・ウェステンラ Rūshī Uesutenra?) is a supporting character in Castlevania: Grimoire of Souls.

Background

Lucy is a magical researcher that works with the Elgos Order whose objective is to fight threats connected to Dracula and guard his material possessions along the grimoires that contain records from many timelines. She came into the Elgos Order some time after Hermina's abrupt departure, where she played a key role in restoring the Grimoires that had been destroyed by the treacherous witch. Westenra partners with Arikado during the initial act of the game, and was responsible for sending him the letter notifying him about the Grimoire awakening and causing darkness to spread. She has the power to use the power of the Grimoire to cause characters to come to life.

She plays a supporting role by introducing new concepts to the player and elaborating on the story. She also guides the player through various tutorials on the game's numerous features.

Quotes

  • We at Elgos study and oversee the grimoires. The chaos began with them.
  • Indeed. You can summon weapons and items inscribed in the grimoire.
  • We are in your debt, Mr. Arikado. I will offer support on your journey! Good luck!
  • Welcome back!
  • Good to see you.
  • The secrecy of our research is of the utmost importance. No outsider could ever obtain it.
  • We should use the powers you obtained in the grimoire to request the help of strong allies.
  • I think you treat yourself too harshly. Not that my opinion should matter...
  • Your ultimate aim inside the books is to destroy monsters and claim their Vital Souls.

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Trivia

  • Her name is based on Lucy Westenra, a character appearing in Bram Stoker's 1897 novel, Dracula.
  • She wrote a romantic manuscript involving a spirited girl and a quiet boy, with the girl struggling with her love for the latter, which Maria, Shanoa, and Charlotte discovered, much to Lucy's embarrassment.

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