The Revolver is one of the actions executed by Cerberus. This move appears in Devil may Cry 3 and Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of two Worlds. When executing this move, Dante will "Spin violently in mid-air before crashing into the enemy, doing large impact damage. Level 2 is an enhanced version with increased spiral velocity."

Description Edit

When executing Revolver, Dante lunges himself into a spinning twirl motion, as the chains of Cerbeus will stretch and his velocity is dependant on his potential. In combat, this move is very useful as it can help smack foes that are too far for him to reach, and in terms of mobility, it can help get him closer to an area. The move however, can have him miss, since he is busy aiming at an enemy he chosen with his "Aiming".

Appearances Edit

Devil May Cry 3 Edit

The Revolver made its first appearance in Devil May Cry 3, the move is Dante's main moves for Cerberus, along with Windmill on the Devil Arm move chart. The move itself deals fair damage, with an exception of lack of steering. Revolver can be leveled up in its speed with level 2, and with his devil trigger, Dante is even more faster but can deal more damage.

Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of two Worlds Edit

The Revolver retains its same function from Devil May Cry 3, such as available at the start and has mechanics from that game.

Trivia Edit

  • In Devil May Cry 4, Revolver has a similar move but is replaced with it, known as "Splash" the move itself functions like Revolver, such as can be used without the use of Sword Master, has limited turning ability, has a flip used for the attack and even if they are different, they are forged from sources of an element and a boss that has been defeated to get it, ie: Berial=Fire and Cerberus=Ice.

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