|Jill won't stop until she finds the answers she seeks.|
| This article is a stub and is missing information.|
You can help the TEPPEN Wiki by expanding it.
The fist game in the series was released in 2001 exclusively for the PlayStation 2. The series has a total of six major video games, one of which is a reboot known as DmC Devil May Cry. The franchise has spawned an animated series, stage plays and radio dramas.
The latest video game in the series was Devil May Cry 5 which was released in 2019. This title is a direct sequel to Devil May Cry 4, which was released in 2008.
There is currently an ongoing manga titled Devil May Cry 5 – Visions of V – which acts as a prequel to Devil May Cry 5. There is also an upcoming animated series that was confirmed to be in the works by the team behind the Castlevania Netflix series.
Please see the Devil May Cry Wiki for further information about the series.
Devil May Cry in TEPPEN
Dante first appeared in Devil May Cry, he was the main playable character of the series up until Devil May Cry 4, where Nero was the one playable from the start. His appearance is based on his look from Devil May Cry 4.
Dante's voice actors are Reuben Langdon and Toshiyuki Morikawa in the English and Japanese versions respectively. These two actors have become Dante's main voice since Devil May Cry 3 and Devil May Cry: The Animated Series respectively.
Dante's theme in TEPPEN is a remix of his Devil May Cry 4 theme titled "Lock and Load -Blackened Angel mix- (Dante's Battle Theme)", this track is in turn a remix of a battle theme in Devil May Cry titled "LOCK & LOAD".
Nero first appeared in Devil May Cry 4, he was the main playable character of the game until about half of it, where the characters are switched. His appearance is based on his design from Devil May Cry 5.
Nero's voice actors are Johnny Yong Bosch and Kaito Ishikawa in the English and Japanese versions respectively. These two actors have voiced him in all of his appearances so far.
Nero's theme in TEPPEN is a remix of his Devil May Cry 5 battle theme titled "Devil Trigger".
|Quicksilver||Quicksilver is one of Dante's Styles in Devil May Cry 3, where he slows down time when used.|
|Ebony & Ivory||The Ebony & Ivory are Dante's trademark firearms. He has them in every game of the series, including the reboot.|
|Devil Trigger||The Devil Trigger is Dante's demonic state in the series.|
|Devil Breaker||The Devil Breaker is Nero's mechanical arm in Devil May Cry 5.|
|Hey, Nico!||Nico is Nero's sidekick in Devil May Cry 5. She is the one who drives the van and comes to the player whenever they use a phone booth.|
|True Power||True Power is the name given to the last Mission in Devil May Cry 5, where Nero awakens his true Devil Trigger.|
|Lady (RYU 004)||Lady is a character first introduced in Devil May Cry 3. This card is based on her appearance from that game.|
|Lucia (RATHALOS 003)||Lucia is a character first introduced in Devil May Cry 3.|
|Kyrie (X 004)||Kyrie is a character first introduced in Devil May Cry 4.|
|Trish (DANTE 007)||Trish is a character first introduced in Devil May Cry.|
|Dante (DANTE 008)||N/A|
|Vergil (DANTE 005)||Vergil is a character first introduced in Devil May Cry. This card is based on his appearance from Devil May Cry 3. Vergil is the twin brother of Dante.|
|Jester (DANTE 001)||Jester is a character introduced in Devil May Cry 3. He is the alter-ego of Arkham, Lady's father.|
|Jackpot! (DANTE 013)||"Jackpot" is one of Dante's catchphrases in the series. This illustration shows Dante at this Devil May Cry shop, with a purple logo. The logo however has always been red throughout all games.|
|Demonic Intimidation (DANTE 012)||This card shows Dante's Devil Trigger.|
|Demonic Sneer (DANTE 009)||This card is based in Devil May Cry 4, when Dante faces Echidna.|
|Beauty's Betrayal (DANTE 010)||This card is based on Devil May Cry, where Trish reveals her true natura to Dante and tries to blast him with lightning.|
|Overpower (DANTE 011)||N/A|
|Arkham (WESKER 001)||Arkham is a character introduced in Devil May Cry 3.|
|Nelo Angelo (NERGIGANTE 004)||The Nelo Angelo is an enemy introduced in Devil May Cry. As it's revealed in the game, he is actually a corrupt Vergil.|
|Nico (NERO 007)||Nico is a character introduced in Devil May Cry 5. In Mission 01 of the game, she makes a pose similar to the card's illustration during gameplay.|
|Nero (NERO 008)||N/A|
|Morrison (NERO 005)||Morrison is a character first introduced in Devil May Cry: The Animated Series. This card is based on his design from Devil May Cry 5.|
|Goliath (NERO 001)||The Goliath is a boss in Devil May Cry 5.|
|Behemoth (NERO 002)||The Behemoth is an enemy in Devil May Cry 5. This illustration seems to be based on the first appearance of this demon in the game where it rushes towards V.|
|Wire Snatch (NERO 013)||The Wire Snatch is attached to the Devil Break by default, it allows Nero to pull enemies towards him. This illustration is based on the boss battle with Gilgamesh.|
|Honed Battle Senses (NERO 012)||This card is based on a cutscene in Mission 01 of Devil May Cry 5 where Nero uses his Devil Breaker on multiple Empusas.|
|Aid (NERO 009)||This card seems is based on when the player purchases a Devil Breaker within Nico's van in Devil May Cry 5.|
|Good News and Bad News (NERO 010)||This card is based on a cutscene in Devil May Cry 5 where Morrison visits the Devil May Cry shop so he can introduce V to Dante.|
|Leap (NERO 011)||This card is based on a cutscene in Devil May Cry 5 where Nero leaps through a library during his battle with Artemis.|
|Lady (COR 024)||N/A|
|Credo (COR 065)||Credo is a character first introduced in Devil May Cry 4.|
|Unwavering Faith (COR 080)||N/A|
|Devil Hunter Dante (COR 116)||N/A|
|Devil Trigger Dante (T002)||N/A|
|Jester (COR 114)||N/A|
|Blood-goyle (COR 100) and Bloodstained Statue (T005)||The Blood-goyle is an enemy is an enemy in Devil May Cry 3. It turns into a statue after being shot by any of the ranged firearms in the game.|