Devil May Cry
Throughout the series, including the anime, Dante is impaled by his own sword at least once in each installment, with the only exception being Devil May Cry 2.
• In Devil May Cry, Trish uses the Force Edge to pin him down, and later on, Alastor stabs him.
• In Devil May Cry 3: Dante's Awakening, Vergil stabs him with the Rebellion during their first boss battle.
• In Devil May Cry 4, Nero throws Dante into the Sparda statue and pins him to it with the Rebellion.
• In Devil May Cry: The Animated Series, Sid impales him on a cross.
• In Devil May Cry 5, Dante stabs himself with the Rebellion.
Contributed by TheTrueBoss997
Dante's name comes from Dante Alighieri, who was a great Florentine poet of the Middle Ages. His central work, Divine Comedy, is often referenced or used as a background throughout the Devil May Cry series. While his brother's name comes from Publius Vergilius Maro, who was a classical Roman poet. Dante Alighieri made Virgil his guide through Hell and Purgatory in his Divine Comedy.
Contributed by Funland47