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The Royal Crown is a crown in the Castlevania series. It is a crown encrusted with precious jewels from all over the world. It boosts many stats by a small but respectable value.

Game specific informationEdit

Castlevania: Portrait of RuinEdit

The Royal Crown boosts DEF, INT, MIND and LCK, all by +2.

Castlevania: Order of EcclesiaEdit

Obtained from Laura, who makes it as part of her "The Job of a Lifetime" quest once the player gives her an Alexandrite. It boosts Shanoa's CON, INT, MND and LCK, all by +5.

Castlevania JudgmentEdit

The Royal Crown is a head accessory that can be equipped to customize the appearance of a character.

Item DataEdit

Item Data: Royal Crown
Image Name - Game
Description
Type / Users Attributes / Consume Statistics / Sell Found Notes
Royal Crown Icon Royal Crown - Portrait of Ruin [edit]
A crown encrusted with precious jewels from all over the world. Head Gear (Crown)
Jonathan, Charlotte 
DEF +2, INT +2, MND +2, LCK +2
Sell: $20,000 
Drop: Ghoul King
Royal Crown OoE Icon Royal Crown - Order of Ecclesia [edit]
A jewel-encrusted tiara. Head Gear
Shanoa 
DEF +5, STR +5, CON +5, INT +5, MND +5, LCK +5
Sell: $7,500 
Find: Wygol Village (reward from Laura)
Conditions: Complete "The Job of a Lifetime" quest. 
Royal Crown (Judgment) Royal Crown - Judgment [edit]
A coronation crown that only one person is ever permitted to wear. It owes its magnificent heft to all the precious stones that adorn it. Hail to the king, baby! Head Gear
Find: Clear Room 07 in Castle Mode with Trevor.
Royal Crown Icon Royal Crown - Harmony of Despair [edit]
Crown encrusted with precious jewels from all over the world. Head (Crown / Royal Crown)
any 
HP +15, MP +15, DEF +10, INT +5, MND +5, LCK +5
Sell: $12,500 
Rarity: *****
First Obtained: Chapter 7

TriviaEdit

  • The description of the Royal Crown in Castlevania Judgment ends with the phrase: "Hail to the king, baby!" This is a reference to Duke Nukem, the main protagonist of the eponymous franchise who can frequently be heard saying this as one of his catchphrases.
  • Another type of royal crown is the Egyptian Uraeus.
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