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Vic Viper is a hidden item in the Castlevania series. It's worth 5,000 points.

Background

Vic Viper is the name of a fighter spaceship from the Gradius series. The iconic vessel has since become the series' main protagonist and has appeared in several Konami mascot games which also include Castlevania characters.

Game specific information

Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin

Vic Viper can be obtained after beating Hard Mode with a level 50 cap. It automatically provides the player with a permanent LCK +50 boost (no need to use the item).

Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia

Vic Viper can be found in Somnus Reef, hidden inside a breakable wall in the same room where Serge is trapped. The item has no use whatsoever, and is only there for collectors.

Other appearances

Vic Viper also appears in several Konami mascot games which also feature Castlevania characters, including:

Item Data

Item Data: Vic Viper
Image Name - Game
Description
Type / Users Attributes / Consume Statistics / Sell Found Notes
Vic Viper Icon Vic Viper - Portrait of Ruin [edit]
5000 points Hidden Item
any 
LCK +50
Sell: (cannot be sold) 
Conditions: Defeat Hard Mode with Level 50 cap or lower.  Effect: The player gets a permanent LCK +50 boost. Cannot be obtained multiple times.
Vic Viper Icon Vic Viper - Order of Ecclesia [edit]
5,000 points. Item (Hidden Item)
Shanoa 
Sell: (cannot be sold)  Find: Somnus Reef
Vic Viper Icon Vic Viper - Harmony of Despair [edit]
5000 pts. Hidden Item
any 
Sell: (cannot be sold)  Find: Chapter 5

Notes

  • Same as with other hidden items, even though Vic Viper's description mentions it to be worth 5,000 points, obtaining it does not add that numeric amount to any stat (other than the fixed LCK +50 bonus it provides in Portrait of Ruin), nor can it be sold in order to obtain that amount in Gold.

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Trivia

  • The description stating this item is worth 5,000 points in some games may be a throwback to some older Konami titles where mascots from their other franchises appeared as hidden items; specifically from the Famicom game The Goonies, where these items were worth precisely that amount.
    • The amount could also be a reference to the video game Gradius, where there were four locations that would yield 5,000 points if flown through them.

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