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The Soulcalibur series (ソウルキャリバー シリーズ, Sōrukyaribā shirīzu) is a weapon-based . through a level infested with enemies and defeats the boss in the end. .. A five-volume manga based on Soulcalibur was published in be done by Rhythm and Hues Studios because of their relationship with Namco. He is a mainstay of the Soulcalibur series and one of most iconic characters in the franchise, 46 (Soulcalibur V) Relationships After leaving the Murakami clan, Mitsurugi continued to fight in every war in Japan as a hired mercenary. This is a list of characters from the Soul series who made their debut or appeared in the Soul Edge (for tropes on Mitsurugi, Siegfried, Voldo, and Cervantes).
Moreover, he realized that he had been the one who murdered his father, and that his "resurrection" was only an illusion brought by his mind. Expelled from the void into an unfamiliar place, Siegfried disappeared into the night-the evil sword still in his grip. But Soul Edge was weaker now, and splinters of itself were left in Siegfried's footsteps.
Siegfried meditated on all he had done and eventually learned to accept responsibility for his sin.
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He planned to return to his mother, who had no knowledge of anything that occurred during or after that night three years ago; but just as he was about to knock on the door, he could hear his mother praying, and concluded that if he was to be successful in his new resolve, he must distance himself from society so that he never kills again. Edit Siegfried was aware that although he had regained his sanity and learned to accept his past sins from three years ago, he was not yet fully redeemed.
He knew that Soul Edge still held power over him, but now it used its strength in his sleep, and no matter how hard he tried not to fall asleep again, he would always eventually give in, and the darkness would continue to operate at night in his subconscious.
He tried to forsake civilization as far as he could go, so that no person could be corrupted by the dark energy of the Soul Edge, but to no avail. Four years passed, and he had eventually assumed the azure armor for a second time, becoming Nightmare all over again, desperately pursuing fragments of the Soul Edge that he might fully restore it.
As Nightmare plundered powerful souls and recovered shattered fragments of the sword, the cracks in Soul Edge healed one by one. His goal of reviving the evil sword edged toward completion. After some time, the Azure Knight returned to his old stronghold, Ostrheinsburg, as its bloodied land was a fitting stage for the restoration of the evil sword's true power. In the ruins of the chapel, a lone fencer, Raphael Sorel appeared in search of Soul Edge. The two of them faced off, but at the end of the fierce battle, Nightmare stood victorious.
As he stepped forward to finish Raphael off, he muttered something incoherently. Deep within Nightmare's eyes a faint light dwelled. It was the will of Siegfried. As he struggled to free his mind from the influence of evil, the spirit of the sword sneered at him.
The two held a formless fight, as Siegfried struggled to take his body back while Inferno mocked him and his father. Sometime during this, Raphael made a desperate last strike and damaged Soul Edge, a contributing factor to Siegfried's final escape. Edit The battle raging deep within his mind caused the Azure Knight to stand motionless.
Beside him, the wounded body of Raphael trembled. Only Raphael's great will enabled his gravely injured body to move. Drawing on his last strength, Raphael unleashed a desperate final blow upon his enemy. The strike pierced the center of Soul Edge. Nightmare let out an inhuman cry. Inside him, the crazed, wounded mind of the evil sword clawed at his consciousness.
Siegfried stood with an iron will against the raging storm, and finally restored control. He who had been lost to the cursed sword for so long had reclaimed his body as his own.
He had crossed countless battlefields, defeating every conceivable enemy, even those with rifles. What had once been his greatest enemy was none of his concern, as it no longer proved to be a threat.SOULCALIBUR V - Mitsurugi versus the Legendary Souls
His only concern was with finding an opponent stronger than himself. It was at this time that he was suddenly attacked by unknown forces, but he fought off all of his attackers quite easily. They were after the fragment the man from Xiwei had given to him; and judging by their outfits, they appeared to be ninja, with a sword technique he found strangely familiar.
They reminded him of his nemesis Takiwho had interfered every time he had drawn close to the Soul Edge. His thoughts drifted, wondering what was happening in Japan at that time, and whether or not he could have a final showdown with Taki. He decided to return to his homeland. Betrayed at Honnoji temple by his retainer, Akechi Mitsuhide, the other daimyo were now faced with the decision of whether or not to align with his successor, Toyotomi Hideyoshi.
The Murakami clan in particular, with whom Mitsurugi stayed upon his return, refused to join with mainland Japan, choosing instead to protect their existence as fierce pirates and rulers of the sea, but their resistance caught the attention of Hideyoshi, and a final stand was about to ensue.
Since Mitsurugi could find no trace of Taki, he decided to aid the Murakami in the battle. A nighttime raid commenced. The ships clustered together and rode the tide in to charge the enemy fleet - the traditional secret strategy of the Murakami. The battle began, and Mitsurugi stormed enemy ships like a hurricane. This combined with the Murakami's naval prowess allowed for swift victory, and Mitsurugi was decorated for his service, gaining an invitation to meet with the Murakami commander.
The commander engaged him in long conversation, mentioning rumors of a warrior clad in azure armor appearing from the west and boasting the strength of a god. Mitsurugi looked up in surprise, realizing that this must be Nightmare, whom he had lost track of before. Mitsurugi bade farewell to the Murakami and ran to a nearby port, giving all of his reward money to a boatman, demanding that he be taken west. He needed neither money nor fame, only the satisfaction of a fierce battle in which his very soul would clash against his opponent's; and that battle, he concluded, would be found in Nightmare.
Soulcalibur IV Edit Mitsurugi searched for many powerful warriors from all over the world. But no matter how many enemies he fought and how powerful he became, he still hungered for more.
He gave up searching for the legendary sword because he figured that no matter how powerful a weapon, it's useless if one doesn't have the strength to match it.
By the end, however, he determines to follow his own path. I want to wield this sword, not out of vengeance or misguided mercy, but out of love. His meeting up with and learning from Setsuka, which was required to keep the iaido style within the series, whilst dropping the previous wielder. The holy spirit sword Soul Calibur of all things does this to him as part of an invocation of Demonic Possession towards the end of the story mode.
Pyrrha helps him break free. Dark Is Not Evil: This version of him wears black, but is the hero of the story. He uses the execution-heavy style of Setsuka.
Essentially a complete inversion of how he starts out, as part of his Character Development and possibly the game directors desire to push players towards getting better.
He has inherited Setsuka's fighting style.
Minus the parasol and Japanese sword. At the end of Story Mode, he grabs Pyrrha's malfested hand after she offers it to him and starts pulling it back. He will say certain moves in Japanese, probably as a side effect of being taught by Setsuka. This is how he fought before using the sword and shield, having been trained by Setsuka whilst living in Istanbul, prior to the events of SCV.
When he restores Soul Calibur, Elysium tells him that Pyrrha cannot be saved and that his purpose is to kill the Malfested and destroy Soul Edge, then bring about a new age of order. In the false ending, he accepts this and becomes becomes Soul Calibur's loyal host, coldly executing his sister.
Now your body will light the world forever as a medium for Soul Calibur. Realizing he hadn't saved Pyrrha, he goes back to before he accepted Elysium's offer and transfers his memories to his past self. Elysium responds by dumping him back into Astral Chaos. His entire thought process after killing his malfested sister could be summed up as, "Uh, whoops I need a rewind button.
It's basically a less flashy version of Setsuka's Critical Finish. While Patroklos vows to never be used by anyone the way Graf Dumas used him, he winds up Soul Calibur's pawn in the false ending.
At the time the series is set modern-day Greece was under Ottoman Turk control and did not gain independence until After being kidnapped by Tira, she ended up released from Soul Edge's influence at the hand of her mother. Sadly, unlike Patroklos, she ended up not knowing of her family and became an orphan. After Siegfried defeated Nightmare, baby Pyrrha began to die as Soul Edge's power waned, so Sophitia removed the last fragment of Soul Edge from within her body to let Pyrrha live.
Pyrrha was eventually enslaved by Dampierre, and was bought by a noble named Jurgis, who freed her, employed her as a maid, and eventually proposed to her.