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  • Mundus (Devil May Cry)
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  • Mundus (Lat: "world") is the primary antagonist of the first Devil May Cry, and his defeat at the hands of Sparda two millennia ago sets the scene for the series. He is the ruler of the Underworld and was once Sparda's arch-rival.
  • Mundus (in Japanese: ムンドゥス Mundusu) (Latin for "world"), also known as the Dark Emperor, is the ruler of the demonic underworld and the main villain of Devil May Cry. He was originally defeated by the legendary Dark Knight Sparda after the great demon had a change of heart, then betrayed and fought the entire armies of the demon world for the sake of the human race. Then centuries later, Mundus was yet again defeated and vanquished, only this time by Sparda's own son Dante.
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type of villain
  • Transcendent Demon
Goals
  • Conquer Earth.
  • Seek his revenge against Sparda and/or the descendants of Sparda.
  • Eliminate humanity.
Origin
  • Devil May Cry
Skills
  • Immortality
  • Vast demonic powers
  • Near-omnipotence
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Alias
  • Prince of Darkness
  • Pluto
  • Dark Emperor
  • Devil King
  • Devil Emperor
  • Devil Prince
  • Master Mundus
Hobby
  • Killing his own failed servants.
Occupation
  • Ruler of the Demon World
Fullname
  • Mundus
Size
  • 300
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  • Mundus (Lat: "world") is the primary antagonist of the first Devil May Cry, and his defeat at the hands of Sparda two millennia ago sets the scene for the series. He is the ruler of the Underworld and was once Sparda's arch-rival.
  • Mundus (in Japanese: ムンドゥス Mundusu) (Latin for "world"), also known as the Dark Emperor, is the ruler of the demonic underworld and the main villain of Devil May Cry. He was originally defeated by the legendary Dark Knight Sparda after the great demon had a change of heart, then betrayed and fought the entire armies of the demon world for the sake of the human race. Then centuries later, Mundus was yet again defeated and vanquished, only this time by Sparda's own son Dante.