CASTLEVANIA: ORDER OF ECCLESIA
Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia, released in Japan as Demon Castle Dracula: The Stolen Seal is the third Castlevania title released for the Nintendo DS handheld platform. Although developed by the same team that created Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin, this entry in the series has dropped the anime inspired artwork of its two predecessors in favor of a more traditional Gothic style, with character design by newcomer Masaki Hirooka. It is notably the first traditional game to feature a female in the lead role, named Shanoa. Additionally, this is also the first canonical game in the series where the Vampire Killer does not appear in any form.
The game was released on October 21, 2008 in the US and on October 23, 2008 in Japan.
This game takes place after Symphony of the Night, sometime in the early 1800s. As the Belmont Clan had vanished by that time, several organizations are created in order to research countermeasures against Dracula and his army's eventual return. Between these organizations, the most promising was the Order of Ecclesia who created a triad of magical glyphs named "Dominus".
Shanoa is a young lady chosen by the order's leader, Barlowe, as the human vessel for Dominus, but just before the ritual is performed, the glyphs are stolen by Shanoa's best (and only) friend and fellow Ecclesia member Albus, disrupting the ritual and apparently causing the loss of Shanoa's emotions and memories. Upon her awakening, Barlowe tells her of the events leading to her memory loss, and orders her to retrieve Albus and the stolen Dominus glyphs.
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