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- Note: This page is for the dancing nobles. For the leaping skeleton, see Skeleton Frisky.
Dead Nobles that dance together. Ghost Dancers first appeared in Super Castlevania IV, spinning around each other through walls and ceilings, possibly hitting the hero of the game. These were essentially a paired version of the Dead Nobleman and Dead Noblewoman. A boss version of them, called the Dancing Spectres, also exist which waltz throughout the battle area while throwing rapiers. Additionally, they can draw out their own rapiers and charge through the air. In the US version, they are individually known as Paula Abghoul and Fred Askare.
Ghost Dancers reappeared in Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow. They generally bobbed up and down across long horizontal distances and then switched directions. In Dawn of Sorrow and later games, they again stop when they get to the end of their movement range to split apart. Killing one of the ghosts causes both of them to disappear. They are weak to Light and resistant to striking, slashing and freezing.
|Enemy Data: Ghost Dancer|
|Image||Name - Game|
|'|| HP: 48|
| 6. The Halls|
|'|| 6. The Halls|
|The elegantly dancing ghost of an aristocrat.|| Strong: Nothing|
| Rare Drop: Tea|
Soul: Fortune of Light
| Chapel, Dance Hall|
|The spirits of nobles that dance with great elegance.|| Strong: Holy|
Weak: Bashing, Piercing, Slashing, Dark
| Common Drop: Tea (8%)|
Soul: LCK Boost (12%)
| The Dark Chapel, Demon Guest House|
|The spirits of nobles; they dance endlessly in aristocratic abandon.|| Strong: Strike, Whip, Slash, Dark|
Skill Pt: 6
| Drop: Ballroom Masque, Tea|| 13th Street|