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LORE - SoulCalibur Lore in a Minute!
One day in an alternate universe, the Soul Edge was an ordinary, happy sword, but the blood and hatred of centuries past gained the blade a demonic soul called Inferno. Legend tells that those who try to wield the Soul Edge are consumed and driven insane by its power, a warning that really should be paid attention to but people are rarely that smart. King Algol, the first known bearer of the Soul Edge, was strong enough to conquer it, but his jealous son -- Arcturus -- was not. Eventually possessed, Arcturus was slain by his dad out of necessity and the King, driven by vengeance, sacrificed himself to create the holy blade known as Soul Calibur, the only weapon that could possibly destroy the demon within Soul Edge.
In the 16th century, the crafty and shape-shifting Soul Edge resurfaces as a pair of twin blades aboard the ship of captain Cervantes de Leon. Possessed by their power, Cervantes slaughters his crew and chills in a Spanish port-town (which he also massacred) for about 25 years. It's at this point that a holy warrior named Sophitia appears and is able to destroy the smaller of the two blades while a demon huntress named Taki also shows up and kills Cervantes himself. with Cervantes no longer in control, a young man named Siegfried, broken and deranged after accidentally beheading his father, finds Soul Edge and is easily possessed, assuming the role as the Azure Knight, Nightmare, and devoting his life to consuming souls. What a great guy.
With 7 games about two swords, the warriors who are after them and a dynamic breasts-physics system, how can you go wrong?
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