The original version of the Hunchback from Castlevania also appeared in the rearrange version of that game, Vampire Killer, and as a retro throwback enemy in the Origins downloadable content in Castlevania: Harmony of Despair

Enemy DataEdit

Enemy Data: Hunchback
Image Name - Game
Statistics Items Location
Hunchback (Hunchback/Fleaman) [ edit ]
Castlevania (Strategy)
Most of the time he stands perfectly still. But, if you get too close, he leaps at you and then clings to you. Strike him with you Whip just before or after he jumps.(*) HP: 1
Exp: 500
Atk: 3
3. Castle Ruins, 4. Catacombs, 5. Dungeon, 6. Clock Tower
Vkill-hback Hunchback  (Grim Man) [ edit ]
Vampire Killer (Strategy)
' Exp: 200
3. Castle Ruins
4. Catacombs
5. Torture Laboratory
6. Castle Keep
Hunchb 74. R. Hunchback  (L. Fleaman) [alt] [ edit ]
Harmony of Despair (Strategy)
A diminutive foe who perfected the art of leaping long ago. Exp: 300
Soul: Red
Chapter 10

Item DataEdit

Item Data: Related Items
Image Name - Game
Type / Users Attributes / Consume Statistics / Sell Found Notes
R. Hunchback - Harmony of Despair [ edit ]
Summon an 8-bit hunchback. Bullet Soul
Consume: 10 MP  ATK +6
Rarity: ***
Steal: R. Hunchback (5.5%)
First Obtained: Chapter 10
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