A famous hero from Romanian history. A noble warrior who held on to Walachia’s independence and was even called the shield of Christian world. However, he is an innocent monster whose title of Dracula ended up spreading across the world instead.
For the sake of protecting Walachia from the Turkish armies to the end, he purged the nobles who had laid waste to the country and impaled over 20,000 enemies soldier from the Turkish army, but he had to run counter to the nobility in order to carry out his doctrine of severe punishment. In the end, he was assassinated by his own subordinates - the Wallachian nobles.
Height & Weight
191cm ・ 90kg
While his appearance and behavior are like that of a Berserker, the last vestiges of rationality still dwells in his eyes. The emotion of a knight who believes in true love, and attempts to protect one of its fragments.
Kazikli Bey Stronghold of Impalement
Rank: C Type: Anti-Army Range: 0~50 Max Targets: 300 people
Unleashed from his magical spear, the demonic castle of torture, curse and punishment (Drakulya) will grow countless spears from the surrounding terrain and passes judgement on the enemy. Because it targets the entire enemy force opposing him, this Noble Phantasm display its true worth in a battle of one-against-many. Given its source, it has a special trait that increases pain in proportion to the sins of misconduct & depravity possessed by the enemy. The destructive power increases the greater the sins of ｢desertion｣, ｢immorality｣ and violence committed by the opponents, the subjects of purge.
Vlad III would choose any means to protect the independence of Walachia, becoming hated as a demon by the Turks. In the year of 1462. In order to oppose the 150,000 strong Turkish army with only 10,000 troops, Vlad III instructed the use of scorched-earth tactics and guerrilla warfare. On top of having the populace run away to the Carpathian Mountains, he ambushed the Turkish army after emptying even the capital. At that time, what laid in the surroundings of the capital of Bucharest, was the impaled form of over 20,000 Turkish soldiers.
A swarm of countless impaled corpses, towering on the surroundings of the Bucharest fortress. With such bizarreness and offensive smell, he completely crushed the morale of the valorous Turkish soldiers. It has been said that even the brave Mehmed II, who was called the ｢conqueror｣, withdrew his forces after stating ｢I do not fear any man, but a demon is another matter｣. At that time, the length of the impalement field was 3 kilometers, while the width was 1 kilometer. Even when Walachia was later occupied by the Ottoman Turkey Empire, its autonomy was continuously recognized because of this trauma.
Dracula was originally a title which he had claimed for himself, and it means ｢son of the dragon｣. This derives from his father, Vlad II, who was a knight of the Holy Roman Empire’s Order of the Dragon that called himself Dracul. Prince Vlad believed in the love of the Lord, and attempted to fulfill his responsibility as a noble by correcting injustice. However, the feudal lords who indulged in the wealth of the privileged class disliked his honorable poverty, and the warrior who saved the Christian world was punished by means of an artifice.
Seraphic Monstrosity: A Innocent Monster
The name of a monster that had his past and way of being twisted by means of the image that was born from his deeds while alive. Abilities & appearance ended up being transformed. In the present, ｢Dracula｣ is one of the most famous monsters in the world. Probably the greatest sample-case of reality being distorted by a literary work. ...still, it is also a fact that one cannot affirm that everything was an insolence by the writer Bram Stoker. Vlad III would choose any means to protect the independence of Walachia, and was feared as a demon by both the Turks and the populace of his own country. According to records reported to the Vatican, the number of people he impaled during his lifetime reached 100,000. The most frightening part is that such number does not include people of the enemy nation.