History Fridge / Castlevania

15th Jul '17 12:14:21 AM SteelEdge
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** Eric can't be Maria's son, since he was born in 1892, when she'd be 112. But it's still possible for Soma to be his descendant.

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** Eric can't be Maria's son, since he was born in 1892, when she'd be 112. But it's still possible for Eric to be Alucard and Maria's descendant, and for Soma to be his descendant.
Eric's descendant in turn.
12th Jul '17 4:35:37 PM Sugarp1e1
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* In the Netflix series, the Bishop maintains his power by blaming other people for the invasion of Dracula's horde, while keeping the fact that it was his [[spoiler: having had Lisa burned at the stake that was the cause of it all]]. He is in effect, a [[MythologyGag miserable little pile of secrets]].
* The Demon in the Netflix series raises some ecumenical points:
** "God is not here"-Once a church becomes sanctimonious, God abandons it because it's effectively worshiping ''itself.''
** "Your work makes Him puke"-Sin is a direct offense against God, said to be akin to a powerful stench.
** "''We'' love you": It's all about family: If you don't belong to God's family, you belong to... (gestures downwards).
** It's not lying: Demons take great pleasure in revealing their deceptions at just the right time, even moreso than telling the lie in the first place.
*** It could be a case of ShownTheirWork.

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* In the Netflix series, the Bishop maintains his power by blaming other people for the invasion of Dracula's horde, while keeping the fact that it was his [[spoiler: having had Lisa burned at the stake that was the cause of it all]]. He is in effect, a [[MythologyGag miserable little pile of secrets]].
* The Demon in the Netflix series raises some ecumenical points:
** "God is not here"-Once a church becomes sanctimonious, God abandons it because it's effectively worshiping ''itself.''
** "Your work makes Him puke"-Sin is a direct offense against God, said to be akin to a powerful stench.
** "''We'' love you": It's all about family: If you don't belong to God's family, you belong to... (gestures downwards).
** It's not lying: Demons take great pleasure in revealing their deceptions at just the right time, even moreso than telling the lie in the first place.
*** It could be a case of ShownTheirWork.
12th Jul '17 4:30:14 PM Sugarp1e1
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* The Netflix series shows that Dracula's castle has some intricate mechanisms strewn throughout it, acting as a method of transportation. With these in regard, it is possible that the mechanisms are why the castle is always different in each appearance, adding a new layer of depth to Alucard's "Creature of Chaos" comment.
12th Jul '17 4:25:16 PM Sugarp1e1
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* The Power of Dominance is full of horror if you think about it. What exactly could someone do with the power to enslave someone's soul and force them to do anything?

[[AC:FridgeLogic]]
* In the Netflix series, Trevor Belmont mistakes Alucard for Dracula because "no-one knows what Dracula looks like", despite the fact that hundreds of people have seen giant burning image of Dracula's face, twice.
** Given the circumstances where he appeared, most people wouldn't be able to accurately reconstruct his face. The giant burning face would get more comments along the lines of, "Kept on turning into a giant skull" or "Was the devil himself," instead of, "Had a goatee" or "Pointy chin." Not to mention that it would be hard to make out the details when the details are just shadows on fire. Adding the trauma of the experience wiping out the memory, and the lack of photography or professional sketch artists, it would be safe to say that no one has much of an idea of what he looks like.

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* The Power of Dominance is full of horror if you think about it. What exactly could someone do with the power to enslave someone's soul and force them to do anything?

[[AC:FridgeLogic]]
* In the Netflix series, Trevor Belmont mistakes Alucard for Dracula because "no-one knows what Dracula looks like", despite the fact that hundreds of people have seen giant burning image of Dracula's face, twice.
** Given the circumstances where he appeared, most people wouldn't be able to accurately reconstruct his face. The giant burning face would get more comments along the lines of, "Kept on turning into a giant skull" or "Was the devil himself," instead of, "Had a goatee" or "Pointy chin." Not to mention that it would be hard to make out the details when the details are just shadows on fire. Adding the trauma of the experience wiping out the memory, and the lack of photography or professional sketch artists, it would be safe to say that no one has much of an idea of what he looks like.
anything?
11th Jul '17 11:29:34 PM HeroSeeker
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* Neat little thing that I noticed recently. In most Castlevania games Death typically talks to you like you're scum or lower then dirt when compared to his master Dracula. Yet Aria of Sorrow he's strangely quiet during your fight with him as Soma. [[spoiler:Then again why would he dare insult his longtime master and closest thing to a friend?]]
11th Jul '17 1:39:57 PM SteelEdge
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** Eric can't be Maria's son, since he was born in 1892, when she'd be 112. But it's still possible for Soma to be his descendant.



** "God is not here"-Once a church becomes sanctimonious, God abandons it because it's effectively worshipping ''itself.''

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** "God is not here"-Once a church becomes sanctimonious, God abandons it because it's effectively worshipping worshiping ''itself.''



* In the Netflix series, Trevor Belmont mistakes Alucard for Dracula because "no-one knows what Dracula looks like", despite the fact that hundreds of people have seen giant burning image of Dracula's face, twice.

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* In the Netflix series, Trevor Belmont mistakes Alucard for Dracula because "no-one knows what Dracula looks like", despite the fact that hundreds of people have seen giant burning image of Dracula's face, twice.twice.
** Given the circumstances where he appeared, most people wouldn't be able to accurately reconstruct his face. The giant burning face would get more comments along the lines of, "Kept on turning into a giant skull" or "Was the devil himself," instead of, "Had a goatee" or "Pointy chin." Not to mention that it would be hard to make out the details when the details are just shadows on fire. Adding the trauma of the experience wiping out the memory, and the lack of photography or professional sketch artists, it would be safe to say that no one has much of an idea of what he looks like.
11th Jul '17 1:26:10 AM dvorak
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* The Daemon in the Netflix series raises some ecumenical points:
** "God is not here"-Once a church becomes sanctimonious, God abandons it because it's worshipping ''itself.''

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* The Daemon Demon in the Netflix series raises some ecumenical points:
** "God is not here"-Once a church becomes sanctimonious, God abandons it because it's effectively worshipping ''itself.''



** It's not lying: Demons take great pleasure in revealing their deceptions, even moreso than telling the lie in the first place.

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** It's not lying: Demons take great pleasure in revealing their deceptions, deceptions at just the right time, even moreso than telling the lie in the first place.
*** It could be a case of ShownTheirWork.
11th Jul '17 12:48:30 AM dvorak
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* The Daemon in the Netflix series raises some ecumenical points:
** "God is not here"-Once a church becomes sanctimonious, God abandons it because it's worshipping ''itself.''
** "Your work makes Him puke"-Sin is a direct offense against God, said to be akin to a powerful stench.
** "''We'' love you": It's all about family: If you don't belong to God's family, you belong to... (gestures downwards).
** It's not lying: Demons take great pleasure in revealing their deceptions, even moreso than telling the lie in the first place.
10th Jul '17 5:27:22 AM Draco_Zero
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* The Power of Dominance is full of horror if you think about it. What exactly could someone do with the power to enslave someone's soul and force them to do anything?

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* The Power of Dominance is full of horror if you think about it. What exactly could someone do with the power to enslave someone's soul and force them to do anything?anything?

[[AC:FridgeLogic]]
* In the Netflix series, Trevor Belmont mistakes Alucard for Dracula because "no-one knows what Dracula looks like", despite the fact that hundreds of people have seen giant burning image of Dracula's face, twice.
10th Jul '17 4:35:18 AM Unityd3v
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* In the Netflix series, the Bishop maintains his power by blaming other people for the invasion of Dracula's horde, while keeping the fact that it was his [[spoiler: having had Lisa burned at the stake that was the cause of it all]]. He is in effect, a [[MythologyGag miserable little pile of secrets]].
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