Appearance[edit | edit source]
Celvis seems to be an elderly man wearing elaborate robes due to his station. His robes are red in WS1, but are white every other game since then.
Personality[edit | edit source]
Celvis is an egotistical man who feigns righteousness and honor in order to sway the populace to his words. He is willing to commit atrocities on his subordinates for the sake of power, such as spearheading the inhumane experiments that turn people like Livya into Dark Warriors. Those who know the truth are suppressed, usually by banishment like in Sofia's case.
According to Sofia, Celvis had once been a truly kind man, and it is because of his genuinely good deeds and intentions in the past that people followed him the way they did. It is suggested that Jude had some influence in him becoming the man he is by the time of the Witch Spring story.
Witch Spring[edit | edit source]
The Pope is fought as the semi-final boss when Pieberry confronts him in Aramute temple. He is relatively easy to defeat as long as she has been trained properly.
Witch Spring 2[edit | edit source]
Leader of the humans who started the war in association with Jude. He was elected as the leader because he is said to be the wisest among the humans.
In Witch Spring 2, the battle against the Pope occurs in Pope's Castle, like it did in the first game. This time, however, Luna and Pieberry will team up for the battle and the final battle against Jude. Provided you've been grinding the whole game, if you can defeat Nightmare before squaring off against the Pope, he will be easy to defeat.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- In Witch Spring, regardless of whether you lose to the Pope or Jude, you will get the same ending ("Hope, no place to go"). The ending will mention the Pope has sealed up all the springs, even though if you defeated the Pope and lost to Jude, the Pope's existence has been erased.