After informing her of Dracula's power and what he was planning to do, Sonia left to defeat Dracula with the aid of her new ally, Alucard. [33] He instructs him to seek out the castle's throne room, where Soma realizes that he is Dracula's reincarnation. At the conclusion of Season 3, his character seems to overlap into True or even Evil Neutral territory. Sypha: She sounds interesting. [34] Arikado subsequently advises Soma to destroy the flow of chaos in the castle to free himself from his fate, which Soma succeeds in doing. [12] Igarashi noted that due to fan complaints over the poor voice acting in a majority of the original cast in Symphony of the Night, a new script for the game better translating the original Japanese text, as well as a set of new voice actors were used. [13] Aside from the changing of the script and Alucard's English voice actor to Yuri Lowenthal, his role in the Symphony of the Night portion of The Dracula X Chronicles remains the same. Alucard and Simon manage to defeat Dracula, and part ways as Dracula's castle crumbles. I don't disagree with Dracula that anyone could have objected, but I'm with Alucard. Although Trevor puts up a valiant effort, in the end he is defeated and stabbed in the heart with his own Combat Cross. She is the late wife of Vlad Ţepeş and mother of Adrian. Her heart sank a little. 『 alucard x oc 』『 castlevania 』 While looking for the thing that will cure the illness that threatens to kill her by the end of the week, a hybrid bumps into the last of the Belmonts and gets roped into fulfilling a prophecy with a drunkard, a Speaker, and a dhampir too pretty for his own good. Due to his human mother, Lisa, Alucard is a dhampir, a half-human, half-vampire. [1][5] He was intended to be a mirror image of his father, as evidenced by his name, his father's name spelled backwards. [28][29], In the 2003 Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow for the Game Boy Advance, Alucard is present in disguise as the enigmatic Japanese government agent Genya Arikado in order to prevent the powers of his father, who was finally killed by Julius Belmont, from ending up in the wrong hands. Dracula asks Alucard to join him in remaking the world and destroying the brotherhood, but Alucard refuses. [36] Arikado initially requests that Soma does not become involved, but gives him a letter and talisman from Mina when he encounters him later in the game. [22] Alucard's placement as a protagonist was unusual for the series up to that point, as previous Castlevania games had featured often members of the Belmont clan as the protagonists. Similar to his initial appearance in Dracula's Curse, he is a boss challenging the skills of the game's protagonist, Sonia Belmont. GameSpy deplored the "shallow, lifeless anime images" and IGN called the images "down to the level of 'generic Saturday morning Anime' quality. RPGamer celebrated how the greater concentration on supporting characters, including Arikado, were a welcome change from previous Castlevania games. Alucard appears in the sequel Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 as a supporting character. He is eventually reawakened by Trevor Belmont and Sypha Belnades, and after a brief battle, he agrees to aid them in stopping his father. It is revealed that this version of Alucard was originally Trevor Belmont, the son of Gabriel and Marie Belmont, conceived before Gabriel was turned into a vampire and became the dark lord Dracula. Alucard, also known as Adrian Fahrenheit Ţepeş, is the dhampir son of Dracula.Born because of an unnatural bond between Dracula and a human woman named Lisa, Alucard had special powers and was destined to be stronger than any human but not as strong as his father.