This is a guide to Getting Dante and the Maniax DLC in Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne (SMT Nocturne) for the Nintendo Switch, Steam, and PS4. Read on to learn how to get Dante, what is the Maniax DLC, and other events where you encounter Dante in the game!
|Dante (1st Encounter)||Dante (2nd Encounter)||How to Get Dante|
Dante is a character that can only be accessed in the game by purchasing and playing the game's Maniax DLC. The Maniax DLC is a DLC that opens up a new ending and adds a new dungeon and several tough bosses that will challenge players of all skill levels!
Once players reach the Fifth Kalpa Dungeon, Dante will meet them at the entrance and offer his services to the Demi-fiend.
Accepting the offer makes Dante flip a coin to determine the price of his services. Calling tthe flip right allows you to recruit him for 1 Macca and calling it wrong will cost you half of your total Macca .
Dante's coin is a double-faced coin and will always land as heads. This is a reference to Dante's coin in Devil May Cry 2 which he uses as an excuse to help people by using a rigged coin in making his decisions during the story.
Dante is popularly known as the protagonist of the Devil May Cry franchise. He is often depicted as a reserved person but becomes enthusiastic and excitable during combat. He is one of the most influential video game character and have a series spanning 5 games that the majority of action games fan adore for its many bloody scenes and adult themes.
Featuring Dante from the Devil May Cry Series!
Dante is a hired devil hunter. As a devil hunter, he aims to hunt demons and that includes the Demi-Fiend. He eventually starts questioning his task throughout the rest of the game.
Players will also have to face Dante as they progress through the game. Notably, he is one of the more difficult bosses to face in the Vortex World.
You won't just fight Dante once, you'll also encounter him in one of the newly added dungeons. He comes back stronger than ever so make sure to prepare against his heavy physical attacks!
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