The heroine of Konami's 1997/1998 Castlevania: Legends [Japanese title: Akumajo Dracula: Shikkoku Taru Zensoukyoku (Demon Castle Dracula: Dark Night Prelude)] Super Gameboy video game. Born in Transylvania at a time when the undead Count Dracula terrorized the land, Sonia Belmont grew up in an era of fear and uncertainty. The girl had been blessed at birth with innate magical abilities, not the least of which was the power to see things, both material and immaterial, that normal humans could not. Her grandfather, perhaps sensing Sonia's fate, trained her in the use of the family's traditional weapon of choice, the whip. At the age of seventeen she became acquainted with Alucard, Dracula's half-human son, who was on a journey to confront his father. Whether by chance, or design, consorting with Alucard awakened in Sonia a sense of purpose that had long been simmering on the edge of her consciousness: She would journey to Dracula's Castle and, utilizing all of the skills at her command, attempt to free the land and people from his evil grasp, even at the cost of her own life.
Newsprint, tissue paper, white glue, super glue, nail polish, plastic, a wire twist tie, and acrylic paint.
2.4 cm/0.9 in. x 3.7 cm/1.5 in. (widest point* x highest point)
* 7.2 cm/2.8 in. wide including the whip's length.
Part of the day on June 13, 2010.