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CV1 Enemies

Eagles (also called Altair or Geese) are somewhat common bird enemies in Castlevania. They first appeared in the original Castlevania game, where an unlimited supply of them would fly in a straight line across the screen, drop Hunchbacks onto the ground, and then continue on their way. This type of eagle also appeared in Vampire Killer and Castlevania Chronicles. It was later replaced by other flying creatures that dropped other types of hoppers, such as the Harpy, which dropped Gremlins/Ghoul Rabbits, and large bats that dropped Flea Men.

Eagles have also been seen behaving similarly to a Raven. In Castlevania II: Simon's Quest, it is essentially a larger version of the Raven that hunted outside of towns rather than inside of them. In Castlevania: The Adventure, the raven-like bird is called an Eagle in North America, but a Death Bird in Japan.

In newer games, starting with Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, eagles are usually seen mounted by Flea Men.

AppearancesEdit

Castlevania: Order of EcclesiaEdit

It appears in Oblivion Ridge and Tristis Pass. It just comes from the top-right or top-left of the screen, and dash on you. Sometimes, it brings a Fleaman with it, which fall on the ground and act as a normal Fleaman. It's a neverending-spawning monster. If it misses you while dashing, it will just go out the screen.

QuestEdit

A villager needs a feather of Altair to write his score. Kill the Altairs until they drop a Feather.

Enemy DataEdit

Enemy Data: Eagle
Image Name - Game
Description
Statistics Items Location
EagleC64cv1-eagle
(NES/C64)
Eagle (Giant Eagle) [ edit ]
Castlevania (Strategy)
First-class travel for hunchbacks in a hurry.(*) HP: 1
Exp: 300
Atk: 4
4. Catacombs, 6. Clock Tower
Vkill-eagle Giant Eagle  [ edit ]
Vampire Killer (Strategy)
' Exp: 400
4. Catacombs
6. Castle Keep
EagleS1 EagleS2 27. Eagle  (Strange Bird) [ edit ]
Simon's Quest
' HP: 4/16
Drop: Small Heart (day), Half Heart (night)
Jam Wasteland/Vlad Graveyard
Gb-raven 4. Eagle  (Death Bird)
Adventure
Eagles pass overhead, then dive and attack from behind. Always turn to face them and use the whip while standing firm.(*) HP: 1
Exp: 20
Atk: 1
1. Forest
X68-eagle Eagle  [ edit ]
Chronicles
' HP: 3
Exp: 300
3. Courtyard
Flearider-1- Flea Rider  (Semler) [ edit ]
Rondo of Blood
' HP: 2
Exp: 100
5. Ghost Ship
Flearide-1- 56. Flea Rider  (Semler) [ edit ]
Symphony of the Night
Flea Man riding on specially trained war-goose. Level: 13
HP: 17
Exp: 50
Drop: Turkey, Ham and Eggs
Castle Keep
Altair 45. Altair  [ edit ]
Aria of Sorrow
An atrocious eagle that carries Ripper with it. Strong: Nothing
Weak: Sword
HP: 30
MP: 10
Exp: 10
Atk: 28
Def: 0
Drop: Nothing
Soul: Eagle Shot
Floating Garden
Ooe altair 63. Altair  [ edit ]
Order of Ecclesia
With broad wings, this eagle bears its charges into battle. Weak: Slash, Flame, Ice, Stone
HP: 24
Exp: 14
Skill Pt: 1
Atk: 40
Drop: Eagle Feather (4%)
Tristis Pass, Oblivion Ridge
TAR DTB Raven  [ edit ]
The Adventure ReBirth
A hostile bird under the influence of the night.(*) 1. Castle Bridge, 3. Dungeon, 4. Chapel, 5. Clock Tower
Eagle 76. R. Eagle  (L. Giant Eagle) [alt] [ edit ]
Harmony of Despair (Strategy)
First-class travel for hunchbacks in a hurry. Exp: 300
Soul: Red
Chapter 10

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