Little tidbit Edit
There was a little extra detail added for Vergil's bio in UMVC3 that explains the real reason for Vergil's lust for power is because he apparently actually blames himself for his mother's death. While the game is non-canon, I think it should be included in the article, but I need approval first Kaihedgie 00:03, February 3, 2012 (UTC)
- Now that you mention it, I think I remember reading something to that effect in the DMC3 manga. Or, was it in one of the DMC3 cutscenes? I'll go back and check when I have the time, and see if I can't find the reference for ya! --Anobi 01:35, February 3, 2012 (UTC)
Given that his appearance as Gilver is largely non-canonical, I suggest we split that part of the "Other Appearances" into its own page, and just link to it from here with a Main template. --Anobi (talk) 02:25, September 9, 2012 (UTC)
Tony Redgrave is canonical. Due to Ebony and Ivory having "For Tony Redgrave" written on them, in /every/ DMC game. So why wouldn't Gilver be?
- One; Gilver is never mentioned in the games, anywhere, ever, unlike "Tony Redgrave," which means that the name "Gilver" is not canon by default. Two, the events of the first novel in which Gilver appears is directly contradicted by the events of DMC3 and the DMC3 manga, and the games trump additional media when it comes to determining canon status. This means that Gilver as he appears in the novel is non-canonical based on the information we have now. --Anobi (talk) 06:28, December 7, 2012 (UTC)
Nero is Vero's Father? Edit
Seriously,Nero is Vergil's father? where did you get it?
don't call nero as vergil illegitimate son... vergil is an honoured man just like his father does... what i think is history just remade.... vergil married before dmc3.... his wife bore a son and he fall to the demon world.... leaving nero alone....
188.8.131.52 14:17, December 7, 2012 (UTC)