Is Nero Dante's son? from DMC

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  1. Complete Chaos

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    Possible Spoilers.

    [Nero's arm was infected by Virgils departed spirit, that's why he has a direct bloodline to Sparda.

    Could Dante really be Uncle Dante? Could he have been Virgil's son? The Yamato reacted with him, but no one else.

    watch the cut-scene right after you fight Dante the second time you see the cliche "son is walking off after Ive taught him a good lesson, I'm so proud of him" thing. he even says I gotta keep it in the family.

    He could be a descendant of Sparda or the son of Virgil or Dante. I'm just tryin to make a connection as to why Nero is so much like Dante and Virgil.

    We know he was an orphan, but why? Do you think Dante could've looked after him while he was doin his crazy devil hunting? Do you think because Virgil died he became an orphan? Dante said the Yamato had to stay in the family, and let Nero keep it at the end. Sanctus said he needed a direct blood relative of Sparda to make the Savior become powerful? So could it be that Nero is one of their sons?]

    Just thinking in typing format.
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  2. BEEF Z

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    Yeah it all makes sense, cant all just be a coincidence
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  3. OurSin

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    that's what i got, we don't really know much about virgil's life.....

    or could simply be a resurrection of virgil.....remember the first DMC
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  4. Complete Chaos

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    To know about Vergil's life you'd have to read his manga. But I thought further about this...

    the Manga explained that Vergil despised his human side because he believed it to be weak, which led him to believe that it was due to his human weakness that he was unable to protect his mother during the attack, which subsequently led to her death, which may have pushed Vergil so far as to hate humans. Considering the kind of hell Vergil has been through already, it's highly unlikely he'd have the sudden motive to get someone knocked up and just disappear, it's also entirely out of character.

    Vergil's reincarnation or possession of Nero through the Devil Bringer/Yamato would be more logical.

    It's not impossible, just unlikely. DMC3 said that Dante and Vergil hadn't seen each other for a year, so one can imagine that there was something important about that. And Vergil already had access to Devil Trigger, so it's quite possible his 'awakening' had already occurred....

    Them not seeing each other for the small span of a year is almost a negligible and unimportant fact, they're relationship wasn't the kind where they would decide to stick around for a drink and reminisce about what's going on in their lives, it was most likely another minor encounter where they met unintentionally and had a bit of a brawl just like usual before Vergil decided disappear on another trail to acquire the power he desired. The evidence would suggest Vergil considered the affairs of humans to be beneath him (hence no real motive to involve himself with a woman), and regarded humans themselves as inferior.

    Then again back on topic, the Devil Bringer may just be a demonic phenomenon with no relation to Vergil at all, there are just too many plot holes in the story to make any sort of accurate judgement for the time being, we'll just have to wait for DMC5 and hope that provides some answers.

    Regarding the Yamato, you have to keep in mind a few things.

    1) It's different to the Rebellion, which is stated to be a physical representation of Dante's power, Vergil is not referenced to the Yamato in the same way, it was merely used by him.

    2) In DMC1 LDK would Devil Trigger and the Yamato would transform into the Sparda, once again this is not a constant in the series.

    3) Vergil IS referenced by Dante's acquiring of his signature 'Dark Slayer' Style.

    4) Dante's Devil Trigger is NOT altered by the Yamato's presence, you'd think if it contained Vergil's essence or something similar it would have a profound effect on his own brother, no?

    5) The Yamato was once used by Sparda himself, (No mention of Rebellion's use though) which is no different to the Yamato's use by Vergil. If anything, it could still be more subject to association with Sparda than Vergil, this would explain the comment regarding Nero's 's inheritance of Sparda's power as opposed to the idea of being branded with Vergil's instead, Sanctus having knowledge of Dante, would most likely know about Vergil as well, yet he still chose to say Sparda's power. It still isn't known whether it was specifically the Devil Bringer, the Yamato or the combination of both which brought about the "Blood Of Sparda" idea.

    6) Regarding Nero's Devil Trigger, the sheathe is attached to the arm, once again linking to Vergil, also the horns on the Demon floating behind Nero look similar to those on Nelo Angelo.

    And so... There are some things suggesting Vergil's presence, and others which are suggesting otherwise.

    Wow, I wrote an essay for this.. I have too much free time.
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