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Castlevania Season 5: Dracula Was Never Castlevania’s TRUE Villain

When the Netflix series Castlevania ended, it brought a lot of enlightenment, including Dracula was never an opponent of the show. Although he became villains in two of the four seasons, his original war plan produced more evil characters than him. When Dracula was still alive, he married Lisa and had a child, Alukad. Lisa works in drugs, and while treating other people, she was attacked by someone from Targovishte because she thought she was a witch. And fans are waiting for Castlevania Season 5.

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Since Dracula could not protect her, humans swallowed her vigilantly. Dracula focused his pain on his anger and began to retaliate kill the city, which triggered a protracted anti-human conflict. In the second season, spiritual leaders from all over the world. Since Dracula’s nemesis was shaped out of frustration and resentment, he had no similar desire to hire vampires who always wanted to enslave humans. Instead, he decided to die with Lisa.

Castlevania Season 5: Dracula Was Never Castlevania’s TRUE Villain

Since Dracula could not protect her, humans swallowed her vigilantly. Dracula focused his pain on his anger and began to retaliate kill the city, which triggered a protracted anti-human conflict. In the second season, spiritual leaders from all over the world. Since Dracula’s nemesis was shaped out of frustration and resentment, he had no similar desire to hire vampires who always wanted to enslave humans. Instead, he decided to die with Lisa.

After her death, a vacuum of influence formed and was used by Camilla and her sisters, evil spirits. Camilla’s plan is about conquering mankind and its use. However, when she presented her plan to Lenore, it became clear that she had to end the planet due to her being mean to the forces that hurt her.

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Her thoughts until her plan became as dangerous as Dracula, but unlike Dracula, Camilla’s plan was for power and revenge, not pain and suffering. The past two seasons have shown that some of the worst villains in the UNAIDS series are not vampires; that has always admired Dracula or just evil.

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