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The Viking Helmet is a horned helmet often used by the Vikings in Castlevania.

Game Specific InformationEdit

Castlevania: Harmony of DissonanceEdit

In Harmony of Dissonance, It gives more Defense than any other helmet, granting DEF +27. This is one more than a Steel Helmet, but one less than a Gold Headband.

Castlevania: Portrait of RuinEdit

In Portrait of Ruin, it is the first helmet Jonathan can wear that gives both a Defense boost (+4) and a Strength boost (+3). It is generally more useful than an Iron Helmet (just DEF +5), but less effective than the Attica Helmet (DEF + 7, STR +5). It is also net one attribute point less than a Shogun Helmet (DEF +10, STR +3, but INT -5).

AvailabilityEdit

The Viking Helmet is first available at Vincent's shop at a cost of 4,000 Gold, purchasable only after defeating Stella at the Tower of Death.

Another Viking Helmet lies in a secret room near the middle-left part of the large waterwheel tower that leads to the Forest of Doom's painting. The breakable wall to access it is just a floor above from where a Halberd can be found.

Item DataEdit

Item Data: Viking Helmet
Image Name - Game
Description
Type / Users Attributes / Consume Statistics / Sell Found Notes
Viking Helm Icon Viking Helm - Harmony of Dissonance [ edit ]
A helmet often used by the Vikings. Head
Juste Belmont 
DEF +27
Viking Helmet Icon Viking Helmet - Portrait of Ruin [ edit ]
The distinct two-horned helmet worn by Viking warriors. Head Gear (Helmet)
Jonathan 
DEF +4, STR +3
Sell: $1,000 
Find: Entrance (Vincent's shop), Tower of Death
Viking Helmet Icon Viking Helmet - Harmony of Despair [ edit ]
Distinct two-horned helm worn by Viking warriors. Head (Helmet)
Soma, Alucard, Jonathan, Julius, Richter 
HP +5, DEF +4, STR +2
Sell: $1,375 
Rarity: ***
Find: Chapter 3, 6 (Both Hard)


TriviaEdit

  • There is no evidence that Vikings used horned helmets in battle, although it is possible that horned head dresses were used in ritual contexts. The horned and winged helmets associated with the Vikings in popular mythology were an invention of 19th century Romanticism.

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