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Carmilla is a female vampire who takes many shapes and forms, and is a servant of Dracula. Her name is a reference to the title character of the 1872 gothic horror novel Carmilla. She appears as an antagonist in Castlevania II: Simon's Quest, Dracula X Chi no Rondo, and Castlevania: Circle of the Moon. She is a devoted worshiper of chaos and Dracula. In 1830, she successfully resurrects Dracula in her Austrian castle, although he hasn't regained his full power. To restore it, they plan to sacrifice the vampire hunter Morris Baldwin, father to Hugh Baldwin and mentor to Nathan Graves, during a lunar eclipse of the full moon. As Nathan begins making headway in the effort to rescue his master, Carmilla brainwashes Hugh to do her bidding and challenges Nathan to a battle in the Underground Waterway. Although she dies, Carmilla relishes the fact that the rite to restore Dracula's power is nearly finished.

    Carmilla's appearances and names have differed. In Simon's Quest, Carmilla was first known as Vampira. Her appearance was interpreted as a mask that leaked tears of blood. Until the release of Rondo of Blood, Carmilla and her mask were available in the game as a boss. This was the first time in the series she was referenced by the name.

    In Rondo of Blood, Carmilla has blue-haired companion called Laura. Laura was a character from the original novel, Carmilla. She is referred to in Portrait of Ruin as "Carmilla's eternal servant".
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Page Updated:  Oct. 31st, 2012

In Castlevania Judgment, Carmilla's redesign is different... but pretty badass. she was always a convincing villain in the series, and her fighting game debut is no different. Her finishing move is pretty damn brutal, for one - She kisses her opponent before smacking them into some sort of coffin contraption, which closes and... well... squishes them to death. FATALITY!

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