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|The name or term "Simon Belmont" refers to more than one character or idea. For a list of other meanings, see Simon Belmont (disambiguation).|
Simon Belmont is one of the stars in the cartoon Captain N: The Game Master. He is a member of the N-Team, a group of mostly video game characters who defends Video Land against the evils of Mother Brain and others. He does not appear in the comic book form of Captain N.
The Simon Belmont of Captain N is portrayed very differently from his real video game counterpart. Instead of being a hero, he appears as a vain, masochistic man of beauty and style. He consistently admires himself and makes sure his hair is never a mess. Furthermore, he is a coward at heart in the series, fleeing from any real danger and often leaving Kevin Keene (the main protagonist) to fight.
Throughout the series, Simon Belmont has a crush on Princess Lana. From the moment the central character Kevin Keene appears, he constantly fights to gain the attention of Princess Lana.
At one point in the series, Simon Belmont and the N-Team travel to Castlevania where they attend the "Simon Belmont Awards," an event that intended to celebrate the life of Simon Belmont and to present the equipment of his famous great-grandfather Trevor Belmont to Simon. However, the equipment is stolen and, with Kevin Keene's help, Simon is successful in getting it returned.
One item that Simon has in the series is a seemingly bottomless backpack, from which he is often able to pull a variety of strange and useful objects. The whip he normally wields also seems to have a mind of its own in Captain N, being able to move on its own.
Simon Belmont was voiced by Andrew Kavadas in the show. Kavadas' appearance was also used as the design for his character.