Castlevania II: Simon's Quest
Dracula X: Rondo of Blood
Though unseen, she controls Vampira, boss of Laruba Mansion
She rides atop the skull as part of the boss fights on both Stage 4s

Castlevania: Circle of the Moon
She appears in the intro scene and in the Underground Waterway as a boss

The vampire countess Camilla has long since been a worshipper of Count Dracula and a proud member of his dark army. Camilla, who was born in Styria, was famous for her seemingly impossible propensity to retain her youth and beauty. Her devious exploits, therein, eventually led to the citizens of Romania naming after her one of their grave sites: Camilla Cemetery.

In her more uneventful series appearances, she acted as a boss in Castlevania II: Simon's Quest (as the floating "Vampira" mask, or, at least, as its controller) and as the noted Skull Sorceress (the female occupant riding the actual skull) in Dracula X: Rondo of Blood.

In 1830, Camilla was somehow resurrected, allowed to return to this world in her classic form. Such a doomed soul immediately longed for leadership; more specifically, she was intent on raising Count Dracula from his slumber. In the Ceremonial Room of the ancient Castlevania, she held an equally ancient ritual that brought about his return. Because the Dark Lord was in such a weakened state, she knew that it was her job to protect him until he was able to regain full power.

When Nathan Graves and friends arrived, she did her best to impede their progress by attacking Nathan in the castle's underground reservoir. To Nathan she explained her twisted viewpoint--that she saw things from an alternate perspective wherein darkness is a human's only true attribute, the true emotion of which they only pretend to be devoid; she felt that humans would be better served to instead embrace darkness in all its splendor. Much to her displeasure, Nathan was not at all accepting of her views and introduced the fair Camilla to the paradise known as oblivion.


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