Maria Mode is a gameplay mode featured in several Castlevania games, in which the you can play as Maria Renard.
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In Castlevania: Rondo of BloodEdit
In Castlevania: Rondo of Blood, Maria becomes playable as soon as you release her from her cell. Many players consider that playing as Maria makes the game much easier than playing as Richter. She has her own set of subweapons, each with their own Item Crashes. She is slightly smaller than Richter, which allows her to dodge certain attacks much more easily than the vampire hunter. Her main weapon is summoning doves to attack her enemies. She can throw two of them at a time. She can also slide and roll in order to move faster and dodge attacks. Her special ability, called Guardian Knuckle (Performed by pressing down, up, down-right + II when facing right), deals quite a large amount of damage if used correctly. Finally, she can Double Jump, which is extremely useful to reach certain platforms and dodge enemies and their attacks. However, she has far less health than Richter. Maria has her own ending, a cutesy and slightly shorter version of Richter's ending.
In Akumajo Dracula X: Nocturne in the Moonlight (Saturn Edition)Edit
- Main article: Maria Renard/Symphony of the Night/Saturn
In Castlevania: Portrait of RuinEdit
- See: Richter Mode
In Castlevania: The Dracula X Chronicles: Symphony of the Night (PSP Version)Edit
- Main article: Maria Renard/Symphony of the Night/DXC