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Soul Edge Series

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Character Biography
February 6
Ober-Getzenberg, Holy Roman Empire
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Innocent Darkside
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A brigand in his youth who later became a mercenary-for-hire, Siegfried learned the art of sword fighting on the battlefield. His weapon has cut down enemies, crushed opposition, and at times served as a shield to protect his very life.

He spent his youth in careless pillaging and plundering, until one day he unknowingly murdered his own father. The shock caused him to create false memories and his life became a ceaseless, bloody quest to find Soul Edge. The sword twisted his mind, he became the Azure Knight, Nightmare, and he began a rampage of destruction and tyranny that would last for years.

Finally, he escaped the grip of the cursed sword and began the long, arduous task of atoning for his wicked deeds. He still fights for his soul today.
Soul Calibur, the Spirit Sword
A sword forged in the ancient past, in the time of heroes. Its great mission is to defeat Soul Edge. It is the alter ego of the cursed sword and, like its dark adversary, has the power to transform itself in response to the spirit of the warrior who wields it. For generations, a guardian tribe protected its purity, but in time the tribal line died out and with it the sword's last protectors.

When Siegfried, who had once been possessed by the cursed sword, took up the spirit blade, it responded to his soul and became a great destroyer of evil. Even as Soul Edge grew powerful beyond all reckoning, so did Soul Calibur respond and grow stronger in turn. They say it has become far more than a mere sword; it is the crystallized embodiment of near limitless power.
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Soul Calibur 4
Playable Character (Playstation 3 Release)
Portrayed By: Nobuyuki Hiyama, Roger Craig Smith
"So you would forsake our friendship?"

"Yes. No one will ever again be a part of my life. Every man or woman who has known me has ultimately fallen to death's touch. So go. Leave me. Forget you ever knew me."

As Siegfried spoke his answer, the woman who questioned him faded from his sight to be replaced once more by the memories of th...
Win Quote (Critical Finish)
It will soon be over.

Since 2006
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