POR Wrecking Ball

The Wrecking Ball is a steel ball with devastating destructive power.

Game specific informationEdit

Castlevania: Portrait of RuinEdit

Wrecking Ball is one of Jonathan Morris's sub-weapon skills in Portrait of Ruin. Once cast, Jonathan will stand in one spot spinning a giant steel ball for as long as the B button is held, unless he's hit in the meantime. After the sub-weapon has been mastered, its appearance changes; the steel ball is now spiked and the length of the chain increases, giving the Wrecking Ball an increase in attack range. Consumes 25 MP per cast.

Castlevania: Harmony of DespairEdit

This sub-weapon returns in Harmony of Despair, mostly remaining the same as in Portrait of Ruin. A notable change, however, is its MP consumption; it only costs 15 MP now, perhaps to compensate for the lower average MP given to the characters, compared to Portrait of Ruin. It is obtained via random chests in The End of Chaos (Chapter 3).

Item DataEdit

Item Data: Wrecking Ball
Image Name - Game
Type / Users Attributes / Consume Statistics / Sell Found Notes
Subweapon PoR Icon Wrecking Ball - Portrait of Ruin [edit]
Swing a steel ball with devastating destructive power. Sub-Weapon
Attrib: Strike
Consume: 25 MP 
Base Attack: 13/35 (0 SP/Mastered)
Drop: Heavy Armor
Effect: Makes a steel ball with a chain swing around through a slightly diagonal path. It holds Jonathan in place for a while, and can indefinitely continue as long as the player isn't interrupted by attacks and holds down the keys for using it.
Special: Mastered - Changes into a spike ball and increases horizontal swing.
Evolve: 1,000 SP to master.
Wrecking Ball HD Icon Wrecking Ball - Harmony of Despair [edit]
A steel ball with devastating destructive power. Sub-Weapon
Consume: 12 MP  ATK +9
Rarity: **
Find: Purple Chest
(Chapter 3) and any chest in Chapter 8



  • As is expected of such a heavy weapon, Jonathan swings the Wrecking Ball with great physical force. If he deflects an axe thrown from an Axe Armor enemy by using this sub-weapon, the axe is violently hurled aside, though not enough to actually damage a monster.

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