Tablets are kinds of event items in Castlevania: Lament of Innocence. They are made of stone and carved with the letters "e", "VI" and "IV".
The "e" Tablet is actually required to give life to the area boss in the Anti-Soul Mysteries Lab. If Leon reaches the boss room before obtaining this item, all they will find is complete solitude, along with a strange inscription on a wall with the word meth (Latin for "death") carved on it. Once he finds the tablet and brings it back to this room, it can be inserted in a hole on the wall to form the word emeth (Latin for "truth"). A ferocious Golem will then assemble with the body parts scattered along the room and the boss fight will commence immediately.
The "VI" and "IV" tablets are in fact one and the same, just switched backward. To do so, Leon must first get his hands on the "VI" Tablet, which can be found in the central room of the east tower of the Pagoda of the Misty Moon (2F). Then he must make way to the big hall located at the center of this floor, where he'll find a room with a strange mechanical device and a big tablet near a wall with the Roman numerals "I", "II", "III" and "V", and with an empty space where "IV" should be. Leon must insert his "VI" Tablet in the device and push the nearby lever, resulting in the tablet being switched backward, now reading "IV". Inserting this tablet in the empty space of the bigger one will produce a magical effect which will remove the seal on the door of the room where the "VI" Tablet was found initially, allowing access to the Dragon Crest, and with it, obtaining the means necessary to open the throne room, where Walter awaits.
|Item Data: Tablets|
|Image||Name - Game|
|Type / Users||Attributes / Consume||Statistics / Sell||Found||Notes|
|A stone tablet carved with an "e".||Leon Belmont|| Find: Anti-Soul Mysteries Lab 3F|
|A tablet inscribed with the roman numeral 6.||Leon Belmont|| Find: Pagoda of the Misty Moon 2F|
|A tablet inscribed with the roman numeral 4.||Leon Belmont|| Find: Pagoda of the Misty Moon 2F ( )|