Simon Belmont

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Simon Belmont from Castlevania Chronicles (as depicted by Ayami Kojima).
Simon Belmont is unequivocally the most prominent and recognized of the heroes from the video game series Castlevania. He has now starred in at least nine different games, seven of which are remixes of the same events. He was also featured in several other games, among cameo and official appearances. Examples include Ganbare Goemon 2 (Super Famicom, 1993) and DreamMix TV: World Fighters (Nintendo GameCube and Sony PlayStation 2).

Simon Belmont in Castlevania

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Simon Belmont from Castlevania II: Simon's Quest.

During the life of Simon Belmont, the Belmont name was well known and quite famous, making Simon famous as well. When the Count Dracula once again awoke in 1691 and started terrorizing the people of Transylvania, they sought out Simon, who was promptly on the case.

He would fulfill the Belmont legacy once again, defeating Dracula. However, Dracula wasn't one to just up and admit defeat once again. Instead, this time he sacrificed an early resurrection and placed a curse on Simon. By having his minions take his body parts and hide them all over Transylvania, he felt that Simon couldn't find them all in time and the curse would over take him and the Belmont family lineage would succumb. However, that didn't happen, as Simon would be successful in finding all the body parts to resurrect Dracula and promptly defeat him, lifting the curse.

Time periods

The games which took place in 1691 were all known as Akumajo Dracula in Japan. Those were all versions of the same game, with nearly the same storyline.


Captain N: The Game Master

Simon Belmont in Captain N
Simon Belmont was also one of the stars in the cartoon, Captain N: The Game Master. He was a member of the N-Team, which also consisted of Mega Man and Pit from Kid Icarus (though he wasn't called Pit). The show also starred Kevin Keene and Princess Lana, both of whom were original characters for the series, never having starred in a video game before or since.

The series pitted the N-Team against the evil Mother Brain (from the Metroid series.) The Mother Brain had two minions under her control, King Hippo and Eggplant Wizard, both of whom were portrayed as very stupid and bumbling.

Throughout the series, Simon Belmont had a crush on Princess Lana, but she had no interest in him whatsoever. Instead, she liked Kevin Keene, who also liked her in return. Simon was also pretty vain. He always had his nose in a mirror, admiring himself and making sure his hair wasn't a mess.

Simon Belmont was voiced by Andrew Kavadas in the show.

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