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Talos as he appears in Harmony of Dissonance
Alternate Names
Blue Armor Knight
Great strength and stamina
Extremely high resilience to damage

Talos is a gigantic armor that fights with his very long arms. He first appeared in Castlevania: Bloodlines and his second appearance was in Harmony of Dissonance, where he stood even high above other giant armors.


In Greek mythology, Talos was a gigantic man of bronze made by Hephaestus, who protected the island of Crete from intruders. His only weakness was that he had a single vein in his body, running from head to ankle,
Talos - 01

The death of Talos depicted on a 4th-century BC krater.

and at the ankle it was plugged only by a single nail. When Jason and the Argonauts had to face Talos, Medea hypnotized him into removing his own nail, causing the bronze giant to bleed to death.

Thematically, Talos is an invincible warrior whose only weakness is in his ankle, similar to Achilles and his heel, although in this case it may simply be a matter of practicality, as Talos was so huge that a human being could not reach above his ankle.


Castlevania: BloodlinesEdit

Talos is a palette swap of the Heavy Armor and Great Axe Armor (the largest armors in the game). Rather than begin armed with a morning star or a great axe, his only weapons are his arms, which he punches forward and down. His special move is an even longer punch performed with chain extensions hidden inside his arm. This version of Talos is agile and able to jump across the screen.

Name Alt. Name
Talos Blue Armor Knight
5. Versailles Palace

Castlevania: Harmony of DissonanceEdit

Talos first appears at the Entrance, taking the appearance of a harmless pile of rubble before coming to life and chasing after Juste (in a manner similar to the Behemoth from Rondo of Blood). His armor is incredibly tough, rendering him impervious to harm. Once Juste has crossed and lifted the castle's drawbridge, Talos will accidentally fall down the now open chasm, apparently dying in a fiery explosion.

Talos returns later in the game, this time encountered in the Luminous Cavern (Castle A), where he had been dwelling after falling down the bridge. Before the fight, and in an uncommon example of in-fighting, Talos kills an appropriately named "Revenge Armor" before he goes after Juste. He fights in a similar way as other gigantic enemies from the series (like Galamoth from Symphony of the Night or the Big Golem from Aria of Sorrow), by slowly advancing and occasionally sweeping his massive arms, or by switching his fist with a sword to attack Juste. This time, however, his armor is severely damaged from the previous fall, with a spot broken on his left ankle (in reference to the original Greek myth), thus allowing Juste to damage and, eventually, destroy him for good.

No. Name JPN Lv. HP
86 Talos 48 4,200
Tolerance Weakness Common Drop Rare Drop EXP
Ice - - - 4,227
Entrance (Castle A)
Luminous Cavern (Castle A)



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Castlevania Harmony of Dissonance 31 Talos

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