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Flying Armor
Flying Armor as he appears in Dawn of Sorrow
Japanese Name
フライングアーマー Furainguāmā
Alternate Names
Cloaked Knight
Levitation, Telekinesis
Original Castlevania lore

The Flying Armor (sometimes called Cloaked Knight) is a knight with levitation power that uses one or two flying swords.


Castlevania: Symphony of the NightEdit

A Flying Armor first made its appearance as an enemy found in both Clock Towers of Symphony of the Night, where it is known as the Cloaked Knight in North America. It hovers in one spot for a long time, periodically moving to a new resting place. It never physically attacks the player, but rather sends out its flying and spinning sword to do the work. The Flying Armor was later added to the Reverse Garden in the Sega Saturn version of the game.

No. Name JPN Level HP
78 Cloaked Knight フライングアーマー Furainguāmā (Flying Armor) 20 65
Strong Immune Weak Absorb EXP
- - - - 80
Location Drop
Clock Tower, Reverse Clock Tower, Hell Garden (Saturn only) Flamberge, Heaven Sword
Description "Mysterious cloaked swordsman."

Castlevania: Aria of SorrowEdit

One does not actually fight it in Aria of Sorrow, but its soul can be obtained in a Soul Container early in the game in a section of the Castle Corridor that leads to both the Floating Garden and the Underground Reservoir. This soul allows Soma to hold the jump button while in the air to slowly float to the ground, and can be used to reach areas otherwise not accessible. The soul is also available in a similar location in the mobile version of the game.

Castlevania: Dawn of SorrowEdit

In Dawn of Sorrow, it appears as the first boss of the game. The boss version of the Flying Armor is much larger. It still hovers in the air, but instead of a single sword, has two very large swords that float on either side and get sent out in tandem to attack Soma in various patterns. Its soul, which is always collected, acts in the same manner that it did during Aria of Sorrow, except that you can now see the form of the Flying Armor behind Soma as he coasts through the air. Interestingly, when Soma defeats the Flying Armor and moves on to the next room, a helmet and two swords that look exactly like those of the Flying Armor, exept for the fact that they are a light blue color, are hanging on the wall. A simplified version of the boss can be fought in the trial version of the mobile version of the game available on Konami of Europe's web site.

102 Flying Armor フライングアーマー Furainguāmā 250 200 24
Tolerance Weakness
Fire, Water, Clockwork (not affected) Bashing, Electric
Location Common Drop Rare Drop Soul EXP
The Lost Village - - Levitation 500
Description "A sinister cape-clad figure that hovers in the air."

Castlevania: Portrait of RuinEdit

The Flying Armor reappeared in its Symphony of the Night form in Portrait of Ruin. They are found as early as the Nation of Fools, and only two appear in the corridor underneath the room where Legion can be fought. More appear later in the Tower of Death, but they are still semi-elusive. It is interesting to note that he drops a Heaven's Sword in both games, which is a sword that can be thrown and returned.

No. Name JPN HP
61 Flying Armor フライングアーマー Furainguāmā 112
Tolerance Weakness
Ice Strike, Whip, Electric
Location Common Drop Rare Drop EXP SP
Nation of Fools, Tower of Death - Heaven's Sword 163 4
Description "A sinister cape-clad figure who flies through the air wielding his swords."

Castlevania Puzzle: Encore of the NightEdit

Name Title HP EXP
Cloaked Knight - 500 910
Drop Steal Location
Turkey, Potion, Holy Sword 8 silver, 90 copper Royal Chapel
List of Spells
Skill Cost Effect
- - -
- - -

Soul DataEdit

Item Data: Flying Armor
Image Name - Game
Type / Users Attributes / Consume Statistics / Sell Found Notes
Blue Soul Flying Armor - Levitation - Aria of Sorrow [ edit ]
Falling speed slows down and jump distance increases. Guardian Soul
Consume: 5 MP/sec  Find: Castle Corridor


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