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The design shows terrible taste.
~ Trish about the Savior statue.
Do not fear! Our Savior has come for us, to deliver us salvation! We must repent and rejoice for the world has not yet come to an end!
~ Sanctus announcing the arrival of The Savior to the townspeople of Fortuna.

The Savior is a demonic and gigantic statue in Devil May Cry that was made in the image of the legendary Dark Knight Sparda, created by Sanctus and the Order of the Sword to help them purge and conquer the world.


So as to activate the Savior, Sanctus and the Order of the Sword needed it to absorb someone with Sparda's blood. Then to control it, one needed the Legendary Dark Knight's ancient sword.

The Order then recovered Yamato and created the lesser Hell Gates so as to draw in his son, Dante. Not only did they manage to draw the son of Sparda in, they got his sword from Trish, disguised as Gloria, giving them everything they needed. But they were unable to capture Dante and eventually decided to use Nero to power the Savior instead. The Order managed to draw him to the statue's sanctuary by having Agnus kidnap his love interest, Kyrie. Sanctus attempted to convince Nero to be absorbed willingly by absorbing her into the Savior as well, but he refused and attempted to fight, only to be defeated and absorbed, while Sanctus took Yamato from him. With his creation now fully awakened, the holy man gave the demon blade to Agnus so he could open the true Hell Gate beneath Fortuna. As the demons descended on the city, Sanctus unleashed the Savior, which destroyed the demons in an attempt to show the citizens that his creation was their ultimate salvation. However Dante managed to follow Sanctus and his creation and succeeded in destroying the minor Hell Gates, as well as retrieving Yamato and destroying the true Hell Gate. With this done, Dante confronted the Savior but, knowing he couldn't destroy the Savior from the outside, sent Yamato into the statue to Nero, freeing him. The part-demon then headed to the being's heart where he fought Sanctus Diabolica and saved Kyrie, escaping as the Savior fell.

Nero confronts the False Savior.

But it was not over yet and the statue fused with Sanctus's remains to become the False Savior to attempt to destroy Nero one more time. However this had greatly weakened the Savior and Nero managed to deflect its slow punches with his Devil Bringer before crushing its head, finally destroying the being.

Powers and Abilities

The Savior supplies its user with an invincible armor and, despite its size, is quite quick, attempting numerous times to punch and kick Dante, using its levitation based powers. It can fire bolts of light energy, which can wipe out masses of demons, destroying them in a god-like manner. The Savior can also fire orbs of darkness, explosive blasts of energy, and, its most powerful attack, a massive beam of destructive energy. The gems on its body contain great demon and spiritual power, though they act as weak points of sorts, but the Savior can still use its powers without them.

Within The Savior

Within the Savior is an enormous demonic dimensions, and Sanctus can emerge from any part of its body at will.

  • This stange marble hallway called Machina Ex Deus, is part of The Savior from within.

    Machina Ex Deus (Lat: "Machine out of a god") - this strange marble, tunnel-like hallway with demon eyes in the stone walls and the stone pillars surround the stairs is starting location of Mission 19.
  • This stone garden of angelic proportions called Stairway to Heaven, is part of The Savior statue from within.

    Stairway to Heaven - this stone garden with angelic statues acted as lamp posts at each platform from the bottom to the top, and with demon blood flowing down the streams within the architecture amidst this giant, living cavern. This supernatural realm of demonic origin is where you will play the Dice Game. One difference is that field is divided into five parts, at the end of each you need to fight with one of the previous bosses:
    • Heaven: Arma (Lat: "Armor") - First Heaven, there you fight with several Angelos.
    • Heaven: Ignis (Lat: "Fire") - Second Heaven, fight with Berial.
    • Heaven: Nix (Lat: "Snow") - Third Heaven, fight with Dagon.
    • Heaven: Draco (Lat: "Dragon") - Fourth Heaven, fight with Echidna.
    • Heaven: Vermis (Lat: "Worm") - Fifth and final Heaven, fight with Angelo Agnus.
  • Sacred Heart - this last chamber filled with demon eyes within the walls, ever watching with malice, is the location where you will fight with Sanctus Diabolica.



  • The Savior was originally going to have a female design.
  • It is also by far the largest boss in Devil May Cry.


Devil May Cry Logo.png Villains

Devil May Cry
Griffon | Mundus | Nelo Angelo | Nightmare | Phantom | Trish

Devil May Cry 2
Agrosax the Chaos/The Despair Embodied | Arius/Possessed Arius/Arius-Argosax | Bolverk/Freki & Geri | Furiataurus | Infestants/Infested Tanks/Infested Chopper | Jokatgulm | Nefasturris | Noctpteran | Phantom | Plutonian | Tartarussian | Tateobesu | Trismagia | Uroboros

Devil May Cry 3
Agni & Rudra | Arkham/Jester | Beowulf | Cerberus | Doppelganger | Damned Chessmen | Geryon | Gigapedes | Hell Vanguard | Leviathan | Nevan | Vergil

Devil May Cry 4
Agnus | Bael | Dagon | Berial | Credo | Echidna | Order of the Sword | Sanctus | The Savior

DMC: Devil May Cry
Bob Barbas | Hunter | Lilith | Mundus | Mundus' Spawn | Poison | Raptor News Network | Vergil

Vergil's Downfall
Hollow Dante | Hollow Kat | Hollow Vergil

Devil May Cry 5
Qliphoth Roots | Goliath | |Artemis | Nidhogg | Elder Geryon Knight | Gilgamesh | Cavaliere Angelo | Malphas | King Cerberus | Familiar Griffon | Urizen | Vergil

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