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"Monster with superhuman strength and the head of a bull."
CR Pachinko Akumajō Dracula website description

The Minotaur is an enemy in the Castlevania series. It is a common werebeast (a werebull) found in later Castlevania games. He is usually armed with a signature Battle Axe (first seen in Rondo of Blood) or with a giant pillar (Bloodlines). He is occasionally paired up with another fellow werebeast: the Werewolf.


In Greek mythology, the Minotaur was a creature with the head of a bull on the body of a man. He dwelt at the center of the Labyrinth, which was an elaborate maze-like construction designed by the architect Daedalus and his son Icarus, on the command of King Minos of Crete. The Minotaur was eventually killed by the Athenian hero Theseus.

The term Minotaur derives from the Ancient Greek Μῑνώταυρος, a compound of the name Μίνως (Minos) and the noun ταύρος "bull", translated as "(the) Bull of Minos".

Minotaur bust at the National Archaeological Museum of Athens.

After he ascended the throne of the island of Crete, Minos prayed to Poseidon to send him a snow-white bull as a sign of support. He was to kill the bull to show honor to the deity, but decided to keep it instead because of its beauty. He thought Poseidon would not care if he kept the white bull and sacrificed one of his own. To punish Minos, Poseidon made Pasiphaë, Minos' wife, fall deeply in love with the bull. Pasiphaë had craftsman Daedalus make a hollow wooden cow, and climbed inside it in order to mate with the white bull. The offspring was the monstrous Minotaur. Pasiphaë nursed him, but he grew and became ferocious, being the unnatural offspring of a woman and a beast. He had no natural source of nourishment and thus devoured men for sustenance. Minos had Daedalus construct a gigantic labyrinth to hold the Minotaur.

Athens was compelled by the cruel plague to pay penalties for the killing of Androgeos, Minos' son. Aegeus, king of Athens, had to avert the plague caused by his crime by sending young men at the same time as the best of unwed girls as a feast for the Minotaur. Minos required that seven Athenian youths and seven maidens, drawn by lots, be sent every seventh or ninth year to be devoured by the Minotaur.

When the third sacrifice approached, Theseus volunteered to slay the monster. In Crete, Minos' daughter, Ariadne, fell madly in love with him and helped him navigate the labyrinth. In most accounts, she gave him a ball of thread, allowing him to retrace his path. Theseus killed the Minotaur with the sword of Aegeus and led the other Athenians back out of the labyrinth.


Castlevania: Rondo of Blood

First appearance of the Minotaur in the series. He is the standard boss of Stage 3 and Stage 3'. Defeating him in any of these two locations will move the player to Stage 4.

  • Performs a quick stab with his battle axe.
  • Jumps high in the air and swings his axe downward in an overhead motion. This attack covers more than half of the room's size.
  • Spews a substance that will momentarily petrify the player on contact.
  • Rips off several slabs from the floor and tosses them at the player.
  • Performs a bull charge that can be difficult to dodge due to his large size.

The player can move under him when he uses his jumping attack or perform a backflip over him when he uses his charging attack. At the end of the latter, the beast will crash and embed his head into the wall, and get momentarily stuck there, giving the player an opportunity to score some free hits.

Once the Minotaur's health has been depleted, he'll perform one final strike by charging at the player in a last ditch jumping uppercut attack, spontaneously combusting while at the top of the jump, with his flesh quickly being consumed by the flames and his now exposed skeleton slowly crumbling to the ground. This move cannot kill the player, though. Nevertheless, the best way to avoid it is by either backflipping over it, or by standing on the statue on the right of the room.

Taurusu.gifMinotaur DXC.png
(RoB / DXC)
Name Alt. Name HP EXP
Minotaurs - 92 3,000
Stage 3: The Cathedral
Stage 3': The Caves

Castlevania: Bloodlines

In this game, Minotaurs appear frequently throughout the Atlantis Shrine. In this stage, the player will find Minotaurs wielding swords, naginatas, or charging about. A few Minotaurs appear in the Leaning Tower of Pisa as well, where some of them can rip out and carry marble columns from the scenery and swing them around as impromptu melee weapons. Strangely, whenever the player kills them, the sound they make is the same as when killing a Skele-Dragon.

Mintaur.gif Minotaur-spear-1-.gif
(Normal / Naginata)
Minotaur-blade-1-.gif Minotaur-swing-1-.gif
(Sword / Pillar)
Name Alt. Name
Minotaur Minotaur [Normal], Minotaur [Naginata],
Minotaur [Sword], Minotaur [Pillar]
Stage 2: Atlantis Shrine (Normal, Naginata, Sword)
Stage 3: Leaning Tower of Pisa (Pillar)

Castlevania: Dracula X

The Minotaur appears as the boss of Stage 4, the Dungeon. Its moveset is similar to that found in Castlevania: Rondo of Blood. Its jumping axe attack isn't as dramatic though, as it only jumps forward a short distance while holding out its axe, instead of jumping across most of the screen with a full swing animation. Although not shown in the game, it is implied that he was being held prisoner in this stage due to the broken bars of a cell seen in the background of the boss room.

Castlevania: Symphony of the Night

The Minotaur is a large beast summoned by a possessed Richter Belmont in the Colosseum and this time he comes teamed up with the Werewolf, impaling and slashing with his battle axe at the player and dealing heavy damage if not careful. Both monsters reuse their sprites from Rondo of Blood, although none of them are given any new frames of animation; as such, all of their attacks are composed of rather imaginative ways of recycling their old frames. As a result, both creatures now possess a whole new repertoire of attacks which they perform in tandem, although these are just variations of their classic attacks. Since both monsters are considered to be werebeasts, they will take increased damage from the Were Bane.

In the Reverse Colosseum, Minotaurs reappear as regular enemies, using the same battle tactics and accompanied by more Werewolves. They are leveled-up versions of the ones faced in the Colosseum, although they're not as difficult to defeat this time around as the player will also have a leveled-up character and come armed with better weaponry. If the player attacks them repeatedly, they'll be locked on the attack until they're destroyed.

No. Name JPN Level HP
74 Minotaur ミノタウロス Minotaurosu 18 300
Strong Immune Weak Absorb EXP
- - - - 400
Location Drop Guard
Colosseum (Alucard only) -
Description "Half-man, half-bull."

No. Name JPN Level HP
112 Minotaur ミノタウロス Minotaurosu 35 320
Strong Immune Weak Absorb EXP
- - - - 250
Location Drop Guard
Reverse Colosseum Sirloin, Fury Plate
Description "Bull-headed monster."

Castlevania Legends

Called the Jumping Demon in this game. It has a human abdomen with a bull head and lower body, and his legs, butt and mane are covered in blue fur.

Castlevania (N64)/Castlevania: Legacy of Darkness

Werebull ミノタウロス Minotaurosu 240
Duel Tower

Were-Boar ミノタウロス Minotaurosu 130 (Easy), 195 (Hard)
Duel Tower

Castlevania: Circle of the Moon

In Circle of the Moon, Minotaurs use a battle axe to create shockwaves that travel forward, hitting the player with great force. There's a room with seven of them in the Battle Arena, which is notorious for its high difficulty.

Minotaur ミノタウロス Minotaurosu 410/580 2,000/4,000
ATK DEF Location
520/700 640/715 Observation Tower, Battle Arena
Common Drop Rare Drop
Golem (1.5%) Spiced Meat (0.75%)
Resistance -

Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance

In Harmony of Dissonance, there are two Minotaur bosses:

  1. The Minotaur wields a traditional battle axe. Upon defeat, Juste will have access to a room where he can claim the Wind Book to infuse his sub-weapons with the power of Wind magic.
  2. The Minotaur Lv2 is a bit different, as he uses a ball and chain. This form is harder to defeat, as the movements of his weapon are harder to predict. The Axe sub-weapon, infused with the magic from the Fire Book (which summons a Hydra), can be very helpful in this battle, as the player can keep their distance while the Minotaur receives heavy and constant damage, and the spell has a chance of knocking him back to the other side of the room. Upon defeat, Juste will have access to a room where he'll find the Steel Tip whip enhancement.

No. Name JPN Lv. HP
41 Minotaur ミノタウロス Minotaurosu 20 1,920
Tolerance Weakness Common Drop Rare Drop EXP
- - - - 339
Location (Castle A) Location (Castle B)
- Castle Top Floor

No. Name JPN Lv. HP
84 Minotaur Lv2 ミノタウロスアナザー Minotaurosuanazā (Minotaur Another) 42 4,200
Tolerance Weakness Common Drop Rare Drop EXP
- - - - 3,288
Location (Castle A) Location (Castle B)
Castle Top Floor -

Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow

There are two versions of Minotaurs in Aria of Sorrow:

  1. Minotaur: They are large creatures with brown fur and long horns. They can be found in the Study and in the Dance Hall. Its soul is valuable, as it can be obtained relatively early in the game and grants Soma the Fighter's Power ability, which provides a STR boost of +8.
  2. Red Minotaur: They are similar to the Minotaur, but their fur is red. They will occasionally throw their axes up in the air while they charge. These can be found in The Arena, Top Floor and Chaotic Realm (summoned by Stolas). His soul is one of the best bullet souls in the game, as it grants the Mega Twister ability, where Soma swings an oversized battle axe which covers most of the screen, dealing massive damage. If aimed properly, enemies can be hit twice by this attack.

The room with the two Red Minotaurs in the Arena will allow the player to level up very quickly, as each will provide 1,000 EXP points per kill. They can be killed with a single swipe of the Killer Mantle's soul, Astral Veil, and each one is positioned near one of the room's entrances, so the player can keep entering to kill as many as needed. If the player has also acquired the Black Panther's soul, the Sherman Ring and the Erinys's soul, they'll be able to level up much faster (around level 55~60).

22 Minotaur ミノタウロス Minotaurosu 200 40 60
Attack Defense Tolerance Weakness Time Stop
25 12 - Sword, Poison, Curse
Location Common Drop Rare Drop Soul
Study, Dance Hall Battle Axe Meat Strip Fighter's Power
Description "This mixture of man and bull possesses superhuman powers."

89 Red Minotaur レッドミノタウロス Reddominotaurosu 929 30 1,000
Attack Defense Tolerance Weakness Time Stop
58 50 - Sword, Poison, Curse
Location Common Drop Rare Drop Soul
The Arena, Top Floor Battle Axe Tasty Meat Mega Twister
Description "A red Minotaur that grew stronger during a recent trip to hell."

Castlevania: Lament of Innocence

The Minotaur makes a cameo appearance in Lament of Innocence, although only in statue form. In a couple of rooms of the Ghostly Theatre, Leon Belmont will find himself trapped while boulders are constantly launched at him from the ceiling. These rooms have many statues of minotaurs scattered about. Leon must lure the boulders to be launched at these statues in order to destroy them. When all statues have been destroyed, the magical seals blocking the doors will vanish.

The second room has two different colored sets of minotaur statues: red and white. Managing to destroy all statues of a same color will open a specific door in the room (the white ones being considerably more difficult to destroy).

Castlevania: Curse of Darkness

The Minotaurus in Curse of Darkness is a gigantic werebeast carrying a large pillar which he uses as a massive weapon. Unlike his predecessors, he appears to be undead and has a large wound on his back that reveals his dorsal spine; however, it doesn't count as a weak point and he won't take additional damage by being hit on it. His attacks can be hard to avoid and he will often throw the pillars at the player, turning around looking for another one to tear out and continue the battle.

  • Smashes the pillar to the ground. This breaks one third of the pillar apart, so if he uses this attack for a third time with the same pillar, it will be completely destroyed and he'll have to find another one.
  • Performs one or two consecutive swipes with the pillar.
  • Hurls the pillar at the player.
  • Uses the pillar as counterbalance and starts spinning along the arena for a considerable time.
  • Performs a high jump and generates shockwaves as he lands (opens his stealing window during this attack).

The Devil Iron material can be stolen from him while he's performing his special attack: a jump which generates shockwaves. It's one of the hardest materials to obtain in the game and the Minotaurus will only start performing this move once he has less than half of his health remaining.

If the arena runs out of pillars, the Minotaurus will keep hold of the last one and never throw it at the player. At this point, he will also perform his special attack more frequently, giving the player a higher chance to steal from him.

Once defeated, the Minotaurus' body will suddenly turn to stone, fall and break apart in pieces as it hits the ground.

No. Name JPN HP
70 Minotaurus Lv.30 ミノタウロス Lv.30 Minotaurosu Lv.30 4,200
Tolerance Weakness
Earth Wind
Location Drop Steal EXP
Forest of Jigramunt Crest
(Trevor Mode only)
Devil Iron 1,120
Description "A bull-headed monster. Waits for victims to wander into its lair. Uses anything it can as a weapon."

Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin

The Minotaur mostly jumps forward a long distance while swinging its axe in Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin.

No. Name JPN HP
108 Minotaur ミノタウロス Minotaurosu 354
Tolerance Weakness
Strike Whip, Slash, Fire
Location Common Drop Rare Drop EXP SP
Dark Academy, Burnt Paradise, Nest of Evil Bullova Hercules Ring 414 10
Description "A creature with the head of a bull and the body of a man."

Castlevania: Order of Shadows

The Minotaur will bring down its axe in a chopping motion, then dash forward with the axe low to the ground in Castlevania: Order of Shadows.

2. The Bat's Belfry
4. The Inner Sanctum

Akumajō Dracula: The Arcade

Arcade Minotaur.JPG
Name Location
Minotaur Stage 3: The Dungeon
"It is best to avoid the Minotaur who guards the dungeon of Castlevania. There are (sic) no way to escape from him once he has seen you. His hands change the human to fleshy mass with surprising ease."

Castlevania Judgment

His portrayal in Judgment is similar to his appearance in Curse of Darkness. He appears in a "Boss Battle" in both Story and Castle Modes. He's much harder to defeat than the Iron Gladiator, the other powerhouse of the game. He only does one of two attacks:

  • Swinging his giant pillar in a wide, horizontal way. Run to his left to easily avoid this attack.
  • Pounding the floor. This attack has a long, straight line range. Move to the side or dodge to avoid.

A difference from his Curse of Darkness incarnation is that he never throws the pillar he holds, as there are no others to grab.

Judgment Minotaur.JPG
Abbey Ruins, Ghost Ship

Castlevania Puzzle: Encore of the Night

Name Title HP EXP
Minotaur - 800 +1 level
Drop Steal Location
- ~25 silver, 60 copper Clock Tower
List of Spells
Skill Cost Effect
- - -
- - -

Castlevania: Harmony of Despair

The Minotaur enemy behaves much as the regular enemy in Castlevania: Symphony of the Night did in Castlevania: Harmony of Despair. It swapped out its noxious breath for fire breath in this game, which can be captured by Charlotte as the Raging Fire spell. Its soul gives Soma a strength boost.

No. Name JPN HP MP
12 Minotaur ミノタウロス Minotaurosu ??? ???
Tolerance Weakness
Strike Slash, Pierce, Petrify, Curse, Poison
Chapter Drop Bind Soul
Chapter 1 - Caught in the Cradle of Decay

Chapter 3 - The End of Chaos
Chapter 4 - Esquisse of Violence

Meat Strip (5.30%)
Battle Axe (2.30%)
Raging Fire STR Boost
(Enchanted Soul - 2.3%)
Description "A creature with the head of a bull and the body of a man."

Castlevania: Grimoire of Souls

The Minotaur has a mix of skills from previous games. It can swing its Minotaur Axe overhead, swing it diagonally, throw it like a boomerang, or toss it up into the air and then catch it following an uppercut. It can also charge.

Enemy Data: Minotaur in Grimoire of Souls
Image Name - Game
Statistics Items Location Notes
GoS Minotaur.jpg 94. Minotaur  - Grimoire of Souls [ edit ]
A monster with the head of a bull. This menacing giant boasts both axe attacks and hand-to-hand combat ability. Weapons: Minotaur Axe (Diagonal Axe Attack, Axe Chop, Axe Boomerang (long), Axe Toss Up (during Uppercut))

Other appearances

Castlevania (animated series)

A minotaur, referred under production as "Hammerhead", makes an appearance in the sixth episode of the second season of the animated series, "The River". In this version, the creature has the ability to grow in size. In comparison, a human ends up being just about half the size of his arms. It's worth noting that his horns and eyes turn blue in the process, which could imply he was forged by Hector. Trevor kills him by slitting his neck and slicing one of his legs, which causes a large gush of blood to come out from his injuries.

Interestingly, another Minotaur-like creature appears in Season 3, this time having a closer resemblance to his Symphony of the Night counterpart (which the series takes heavy inspiration from), to the point of him even carrying his characteristic battle axe this time around. His possible resemblance to the game is further supported as a werewolf-like creature, called "Brawler", also makes an appearance, and likewise, he closely resembles his Symphony of the Night incarnation. However, the horns of this Minotaur aren't bull-like and instead they resemble those of a venison, although much smaller.

Sam Deats revealed that this second version of the Minotaur is nicknamed "Deadfast",[2] which is appropriate because he dies very quickly after his introduction.

Enemy Data

Main article: Minotaur/Enemy Data

Item Data

Item Data: Minotaur
Image Name - Game
Type / Users Attributes / Consume Statistics / Sell Found Notes
Sirloin Icon.png Sirloin (Beef) - Symphony of the Night [edit]
Sirloin steak [use] Food (Meat)
HP +100
Find: Castle Keep
Drop: Lossoth, Minotaur
Fury Plate Icon.png Fury Plate (Rage Breastplate) - Symphony of the Night [edit]
DEF goes up when damage taken Body (Body Armor)
DEF +13
Find: Reverse Colosseum
Drop: Minotaur
Effect: Additional temporary DEF +20 after damage taken
Golem card.gif Golem - Circle of the Moon [edit]
The Golem is a mockery of man made from clay. Has the power of Earth. Attribute Card
Attrib: Earth
Drop: Electric Skeleton (1%), Minotaur (1.5%)
Spiced Meat Icon.png Spiced Meat (Tasty Meat) - Circle of the Moon [edit]
Recover 100 HP. Recovery Item (Food)
HP +100
Drop: Abiondarg, Imp, Grizzly, Minotaur
Life Vial Icon.png Life max up - Harmony of Dissonance [edit]
Juste, Maxim 
Max HP +5
Find: Throughout castle (all)
Effect: Fully restores HP and increases Max HP.
Wind Book Icon.png Wind Book - Harmony of Dissonance [edit]
When combined with a subweapon, user can cast many wind spells. Magic
Juste Belmont 
Attrib: Wind
Consume: MP 
Find: Castle Top Floor (Castle B)
Effect: Gives the ability to cast various Wind spells via subweapon/magic combo.
Steel Tip Icon.png Steel Tip - Harmony of Dissonance [edit]
Adds a steel ball to the tip of a whip. Whip
Juste Belmont 
STR +10
Find: Castle Top Floor (Castle A)
Battle Axe Icon.png Battle Axe (jpn) - Aria of Sorrow [edit]
Axe designed for hand-to-hand combat. Weapon
Attrib: Sword
ATK +50
Common Drop: Minotaur, Red Minotaur
Effect: Axe Chop
Meat Strip AoS Icon.png Meat Strip (Meat) - Aria of Sorrow [edit]
Restores 29 HP. Food
HP +29
Sell: $145 
Rare Drop: Minotaur
Common Drop: Gorgon
Tasty Meat AoS Icon.png Tasty Meat (jpn) - Aria of Sorrow [edit]
Restores 290 HP. Food
HP +290
Sell: $200 
Find: Underground Reservoir
Rare Drop: Killer Fish, Needles, Red Minotaur
Yellow Soul.png Minotaur - Fighter's Power - Aria of Sorrow [edit]
STR is increased by 8. (STR is increased by 2.) Enchanted Soul
STR +8
Drop: Minotaur
Red Soul.png Red Minotaur - Mega Twister - Aria of Sorrow [edit]
Swings an oversized axe. Bullet Soul
Attrib: Sword
Consume: 150 MP 
760 ATK
Rarity: 80
Drop: Red Minotaur
Devil Iron.png Devil Iron - Curse of Darkness [edit]
Ore that glows blue. Has very strong magical powers. Material
Sell: $500  Steal: Minotaurus Lv.30
Crest.png Crest - Curse of Darkness [edit]
All stats increased. Pick-Up
Trevor Belmont 
ATK +5, DEF +5, HP +50, Hearts +5
Find: Aiolon Ruins, Dracula's Castle
Drop: All bosses, excepted Isaac's second fight, Death and Dracula.
Conditions: Item disappears if the player does not pick it up before leaving the Boss Room. 
Bullova PoR Icon.png Bullova - Portrait of Ruin [edit]
An axe with a crescent-shaped blade. Weapon (Axe)
Attrib: Slash
ATK +115
Sell: $10,000 
Drop: Minotaur
Effect: Axe Chop
Special: Axe Critical Art
Hercules Ring PoR Icon.png Hercules Ring (jpn) - Portrait of Ruin [edit]
A ring that lets you ignore blows like a mighty god. Accessory (Ring)
Jonathan, Charlotte 
Sell: $7,500  Drop: Minotaur
Effect: Resistance vs. knock-back attacks.
Crissaegrim OoS Icon.png Crissaegrim - Order of Shadows [edit]
One of the rarest and most powerful weapons, the Crissaegrim can strike a target multiple times. Sub-Weapon
Desmond Belmont 
Attrib: Speed = Fast
Range = Medium
Consume: 15 MP 
Damage = 47
Drop: First Minotaur encountered
Meat Strip DoS Icon.png Meat Strip - Harmony of Despair [edit]
Restores 29 HP. Item (Food - Meat)
HP +29, STR +3
Sell: $75 
Rarity: *
Find: Chapter 3
Drop: Minotaur (5.30%)
Battle Axe DoS Icon.png Battle Axe - Harmony of Despair [edit]
Double-edged axe designed for combat. Axe
#hands: 2
ATK +16
Sell: $1,050 
Rarity: **
Buy: $4,200 Drop: Minotaur
Effect: Axe Chop
Special: Axe Critical Art (15 MP)
Spell HD Icon.png Raging Fire - Harmony of Despair [edit]
Fire a burst of flames. Bound Spell
Consume: 10 MP  ATK +6
Rarity: ***
Bind: Spittle Bone, Minotaur, White Dragon
First Obtained: Chapter 1
Enchanted Soul HD Icon.png Minotaur - Harmony of Despair [edit]
Increase STR Enchanted Soul
STR +1
Rarity: **
Steal: Minotaur (2.3%)


Main article: Minotaur/Gallery


  • In the trailer for Castlevania Judgment, unveiled at the Tokyo Game Show of 2008, a Minotaur was seen fighting Simon Belmont. There was some speculation about the Minotaur being a playable character; however, Konami confirmed that the Minotaur was going to be a boss character for Story Mode.
  • His name is occasionally spelled "Minotaurus", which means "Bull of Minos" (sometimes mistranslated).
  • The Minotaur's flying uppercut resembles the Shoryuken, a special move mainly used by Ryu and Ken from the Street Fighter franchise.

See also


Castlevania: Rondo of Blood
Richter BelmontMaria Renard
Supporting cast
Lesser roles
Sacrificial maiden
WyvernSerpentWerewolfBone GolemMinotaurDogetherDullahanCarmillaLauraHydra
DeathGiant BatMedusaMummy ManThe CreatureShaft GhostDead BehemothDead Wyvern
Common areas
PrologueDinner of FlamesA Nightmare RebornHear Now the Requiem of BloodBloodlines
Main path
God, Grant Me StrengthAn Evil Prayer Summons DarknessAtop Countless TerrorsThe Devil Flies By Night
Alternate path
Breaking Through the FrontRelease from the Thirst for BloodFortress of the Water DemonWandering
Divine BloodlinesSlashAkumajō Dracula XCastlevania: The Dracula X Chronicles Original Soundtrack
Akumajō Dracula X: Chi no Rondo Strategy GuideAkumajō Dracula X: Chi no Rondo Official Guide
Konami Akumajō Dracula X Chronicle Official Guide
BestiaryInventoryMaria ModeAkumajyo Dracula PekeVoice Translations
Castlevania: Symphony of the Night
Dracula X: Nocturne in the Moonlight
Castlevania: The Dracula X Chronicles (SoN/DXC)
AlucardMaria Renard (Saturn · DXC)Richter Belmont
Supporting cast
Master LibrarianFerrymanLisa
Dracula's Castle bosses
Slogra and GaibonDoppleganger Lv. 10HippogryphKarasumanMinotaur and Werewolf
Lesser DemonOlroxSuccubusScyllaCerberusGranfaloon
Reverse Castle bosses
Darkwing BatThe CreatureAkmodan IIMedusaFake Trevor, Fake Sypha and Fake Grant
BeelzebubDoppleganger Lv. 40GalamothShaftTrue Dracula
Dracula's Castle
Final Stage: BloodlinesEntranceAlchemy LaboratoryMarble GalleryOuter WallLong Library
Clock TowerUnderground CavernsRoyal ChapelOlrox's QuartersCastle KeepColosseum
Abandoned Pit to the CatacombCatacombsCastle Center
Reverse Castle
Reverse EntranceNecromancy LaboratoryBlack Marble GalleryReverse Outer WallForbidden Library
Reverse Clock TowerReverse CavernsAnti-ChapelDeath Wing's LairReverse KeepReverse Colosseum
CaveFloating CatacombsReverse Castle Center
Dracula's CastleCastlevania: Symphony of the Night Original Soundtrack
MIDI Power Pro6Dracula X: RemixiesDracula Music Collection
Castlevania: The Dracula X Chronicles Original Soundtrack
Futabasha Gekka no Yasōkyoku Official GuideNTT Pub Gekka no Yasōkyoku Official Guide
Shinkigensha Gekka no Yasōkyoku Official GuideBradyGames Symphony of the Night Official Strategy Guide
Prima's Unauthorized Symphony of the Night Strategy GuideKonami Akumajō Dracula X Chronicle Official Guide
BestiaryInventoryCreditsAchievements & TrophiesRichter ModeMaria ModeThief Mode
Castlevania Legends
Sonia BelmontDraculaAlucard
Creatures BatDeath DragonFlying WolfGrim ReaperMedusaJumping DemonExecutioner
Outside the CastleInside the CastleThe Clock TowerThe Top Floor of the CastleThe Cathedral
Secret Passage
Akumajō Dracula Best Music Collections BOX
Nintendo Power GuideFutabasha Official Guide
BestiaryInventoryCastlevania: Resurrection
Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance
Juste Belmont
Supporting cast
Maxim KischineLydie ErlangerMerchant
DeathDracula Wraith
Simon Belmont
TalosGiant BatLiving ArmorSkull KnightGolemMinotaurDevilGiant MermanMax SlimerPeeping BigLegion (saint)ShadowPazuzuMinotaur Lv2Legion (corpse)Cyclops
EntranceMarble CorridorThe Wailing WayShrine of the ApostatesRoom of IllusionCastle TreasurySkeleton CaveLuminous CavernChapel of DissonanceSky WalkwayAqueduct of DragonsClock TowerCastle Top Floor
Successor of FateOriginal Soundtrack CD
Bradygames guideFutabasha guideNTT Pub guide
InventoryBestiaryMaxim ModeVoice Translations
Castlevania: Curse of Darkness
HectorTrevor C. Belmont
IsaacZead (Death) • Dracula
Supporting cast
Julia LaforezeSaint GermainRosaly
Innocent Devils
Main bosses
Crazy ArmorWyvernTrevorSkeleton DiverMinotaurusIsaac Lv.34Trevor Lv.40DullahanLegionNuculais
Isaac Lv.50DeathDracula
Trevor Mode bosses
Trevor Doppelganger Lv.16Trevor Doppelganger Lv.40
Abandoned CastleBaljhet MountainsGaribaldi TempleMortvia AqueductForest of Jigramunt
Cordova TownEneomaos Machine TowerAiolon RuinsInfinite CorridorDracula's Castle
Tower of EternityTower of Evermore
Castlevania: Curse of Darkness Original SoundtrackCastlevania: Curse of Darkness Promo Soundtrack
BradyGames Curse of Darkness Official Strategy GuideKonami Akumajō Dracula: Yami no Juin Official Guide
BestiaryInventoryTrevor ModeCrazy ModePrelude to RevengeComics
Castlevania Judgment
Playable Characters
Warriors of the Light
Warriors of the Night
ZombieMermanMinotaurIron GladiatorGiant SquidGiant FishTime Reaper
Mentioned only
Abbey RuinsAlchemy LaboratoryCastle GateCathedralClock TowerCrystal CavernDimensional Rift
Ghost ShipThrone RoomTorture Chamber
Darkness of FearCastlevania Judgment Original Soundtrack
Ultimate Judge Guidebook
BestiaryInventoryTimelineTrue Story Mode
Akumajō Dracula: The Arcade
Vampire Hunter - Lady Gunner - Little Witch
Death - White Dragon - Dullahan - Minotaur - Water Dragon - Were Wolf - Harpy
Ruins - Palace - Underground Waterway - Ramparts - Clock Tower
Akumajō Dracula Best Music Collections BOX