Funny / Castlevania

  • The Aria of Sorrow:
  • In Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin:
    • There is a cream pie subweapon. Which is already funny in and of itself, but here's the kicker: it has the Darkness elemental property, making it very useful when you fight the Whip's Memory, a projection of Richter Belmont, the last Belmont to wield the Vampire Killer whip. You can beat an extremely powerful vampire hunter by throwing pies at him!
    • Jonathan's Badass Boast after beating Death, "I don't need the Vampire Killer to kick your ass!"
  • Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia's Brachyura and Gravedorcus. SHOOUUUURRRGGGGG. As a commenter put it, "mwa haa haa haa. Top this shit, Persona 3."
  • In Castlevania: Judgment, when Trevor defeats Sypha (his wife) in his story mode.
    Trevor: I fought fair and won the day. If only that held true in the household...
  • Some of the Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia enemy descriptions can be hilarious.
    Grave Digger: Enjoys his cursed vocation because he meets new people.
    Werebat: A half-human half-bat. How about that.
    Dullahan: This knight doesn't need a head to hand his enemies theirs.
    Stone Rose: Once an insectivore, this plant's tastes have broadened.
    Mad Butcher: A madman with a mechanized saw. Enjoys butchery and sculpting.
    Double Hammer: The only thing more dangerous than a giant hammer is two.
  • Some items have hilarious descriptions on them.
    • In Order Of Ecclesia, the item description for the Spoiled Milk.
      Spoiled Milk: It's a milk that you can chew!
    • In Aria Of Sorrow, the description for the melon is quite clever. And most female enemies drop that item.
      Melon: A melon of the finest quality.
    • Similarly in Aria, the Succubus can drop a pudding.
      Pudding: It wiggles and jiggles.
  • In Harmony of Despair, there are several DLC characters that you must purchase to play as. If you play online with someone who's using a DLC character you don't have, they show up as... An Axe Armor. The limited animation fudged to convey complicated things can be gut-bustingly hilarious for the person watching.


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