|Game Appearances||Castlevania: Circle of the Moon|
|Mythical Lore Origins||Biblical Monsters|
Adramelech is a gigantic goat sacrificed as the embodiment of tortured souls trapped with the walls of the Chapel Tower.
Adramelech was revered as a sun god with the centre of his worship being the town of Sepharvaim. The sepharvites would sacrifice their children to fire to show their praise to Adramelech. However, like many pagan gods, Adramelech became a demon in judeo-christian tradition. In demonlogy he was president of the senate of demons, and as well he was chancellor of hell and supervised satan's wardrobe. He is generally depicted with a human head and torso with the rest of his body being that of a mule, or sometimes a peacock.
Adramelech is surrounded by ever conjuring bubbles that are the totured souls that embody it. The goat itself will conjurie blue fireballs to fire about eight in a row in the direction Nathan stands during their release. Adramelech can also conjure souls into the form of skull heads to swoop down on Nathan from one side of the room to the other. However, it can be avoided if one ducks under the hand that conjures the skulls. When defeated, its head falls off and reveals on its place a purple-like liquid coming out of its neck. When reentering the area again, its entire body is gone. No item can be found after defeating it, but there is a switch that destroys all impassable giant green coffins around the castle.
|Enemy Data: Adramelech|
|Image||Name - Game|
|'|| Strong: Dark|
| Chapel Tower|