"I can feel it. My heartbeat is weakening and my blood is growing cold... I can feel myself changing into something inhuman... If my soul can save others, then I won't die in vain. I do not want anyone else to suffer my fate."
— Sara's last words to Leon

Sara Trantoul (サラ・トラントゥール Sara Torantūru?) was the fiancée of Leon Belmont. She was reluctantly killed by him after being infected with vampirism. Her soul bonded with the Whip of Alchemy, forging with this the now legendary Vampire Killer.

Character's history

"Leon's betrothed who has been abducted by a vampire. The daughter of a wealthy landowner, she is adored by all."
— Official background

The 18 year-old daughter of a wealthy landowner, she is adored by all, including her betrothed, Leon. She is a sweet and beautiful girl who extends a helping hand to anyone in spite of being wealthy. She is modest but has a strong heart. On the day before she was to be married to Leon, she was kidnapped by the vampire Walter Bernhard. She was rescued by Leon, but unfortunately was bitten by Walter and infected with vampirism.

Even though Sara felt grief that she was going to lose her humanity, her only wish was to be able to help Leon. So in order to defeat the vampire, she made a pact of her soul and blood with Leon, sacrificing her life to bind her soul to the Whip of Alchemy to create Vampire Killer.

She is a very sweet and beautiful girl who wants to be with Leon until her very end. She knows that she will be always with Leon since her soul was fused with the legendary Vampire Killer.


Since Sara had perished during the events of Lament of Innocence before she and Leon had children, she is not part of the Belmont Family. Her dying wish, however, left a tremendous impact on Leon because his desire to keep the promise he made to her drove him to vow that his descendants will hunt the night. In other words, Sara's wish evolved into the clan's destiny each time Dracula is brought back from the dead.

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