“Castlevania” is an adult animated American television show according to a Japanese video game series of the same name. The series is all about the vengeance of Count Dracula whose spouse was murdered after being allegedly accused of witchcraft. On his resistance stand, Trevor, an outcast monster; Sypha, the magician, and his son Alucard.
As the show reached its finale after the release of its fourth season on 21 May, the lovers have been wooing within the development of Trevor and Sypha as the power few as the Belnades and Belmont.
Regardless of the show being filled with brutality and violence, it wasn’t devoid of those sweet minutes and life-altering lessons. The two protagonists Trevor and Sasha’s romance angle was seemingly very strange and impossible as a result of their different personalities.
With Trevor’s jaded apathy and Sypha’s kind, motivated attitude, their personalities clash in every way – that ended up showing that opposites attract. Finally, they came out to be very compatible and one of the best couples known.
Castlevania Season 5 Trevor Saved Sypha
They first cross each other in season 1 when Trevor saved Sypha from being frozen over from the cyclops. Their battle began from the very moment as every person ends up calling up names, Sypha calling Trevor”impolite” and Him calling her”Gullible”. They grow fond of one another by the end of season 2 and finally ever together in season 3.
Their love is impeccable and their duo while fighting off enemies is invincible. Both of these, using their individual special qualities, managed to win the hearts of lovers worldwide. Sypha is a Speaker magician who uses elemental spells as powerful weapons And Trevor is the master of weaponry and demon-slaying knowledge.
They go together in season 4 and kill their enemies. Their romance, despite having started as enmity become a sweet bickering connection that fans adored around.
Through the two seasons that they were together, their love grew stronger by the second, everyone growing together with the other person and studying and picking up great qualities from the other individual.