"Death to all those who oppose me."
— Aurelia

Aurelia Dichalla Dolce Dalkia (オーレリア・ジカルハ・ドルシェ・ダルキア Ōreria Jikaruha Dorushe Darukia?) is a fictional character in Namco's Soul series of fighting games. She appears in Soulcalibur III's side-quest mode Chronicles of the Sword as the queen of one of the empires and final boss of Chronicle 12. She's also an unlockable Bonus Character in the main game. She represents the "Sickle" Create-a-Fighter discipline.


As a woman of considerable wealth, Aurelia dresses in a regal manner. As a Queen, she wears a dress befitting a monarch. Gold is a prominent color in her costume which resembles a royal gown. Her crown is decorated with an elaborate golden metal piece that resembles thorns. She wears white gloves, a dark belt decorated with gold circles and a diamond necklace.

Her appearance compliments her royal origins, while the golden themes found within her costume imply a woman of greed and vanity.


Aurelia was one of the concubines of the King of Dalkia, and due to her status she was not capable of gaining any inheritance after the king's death. At some point she began a secret relationship with the leader of the Dalkian Army and the king's personal guard named Roin, and together they plotted the King's death through poisoned food.

After the king's death, Aurelia quickly seized control of the kingdom. Suspicion was raised against her, since the death was still unresolved and it was too sudden, but Aurelia received help from Roin and the army and she successfully obtained leadership of Dalkia.

Her first action was the reinstatement of aggression towards Halteese, but she would eventually raise arms against Grandall as well, mostly by the use of Chester, who acted as an adviser.

After that, Aurelia spent most of the chronicles in Dalkia's castle, sending troops against the player's army and giving comments on their victories. Finally, in Chronicle 12, the player assaults the capital Revless and Aurelia confronts them as the last boss, after Roin's attempt at fending them off at the castle's entrance. Aurelia's fall dictates Dalkia's defeat and the end of the war.


As a queen, Aurelia display's a haughty, regal disposition and expects everyone to do as she commands. She is generally disparaging to her foes in battle, often belittling them. She seems to enjoy punishing opponents with her chain sickle, seemingly thinking that they are merely for her own amusement.

She is shown to be very treacherous, selfish, and greedy, poisoning the King in order to further her own standing.




  • You dare to get in my way, fool!
  • Out of my sight, you pathetic cur!
  • Curse your weakness in your afterlife.
  • Death to all those who oppose me.
  • I shall take you on myself.
  • Is playtime over now?
  • You shall burn in hell.
  • Get up.
  • This is...the end!
  • What? Is this the best I can do?!
  • Ready?
  • So, you've come!
  • Worthless servant of Strife, you shall pay with your blood... for daring to defy me!
  • Give it up!
  • Shut up!
  • Time to die!
  • You're open!
  • How irritating!
  • You're not going anywhere!
  • You fool!
  • How pathetic!
  • How pathetic.
  • How's that?


  • Aurelia's entire costume is made from Create-a-Fighter parts, but her body build is unique.
  • Aurelia also has two different costumes, unlike other bonus characters throughout the series whose costumes highly resemble their first one.
  • Despite wearing a diamond shaped choker in her artwork, Aurelia doesn't wear it in the game. The choker does make an appearance in later games known as Ruby Necklace which can be used in creation.
  • Aurelia can be seen wearing the diamond choker in the Chronicle intro dialogues, where is is colored purple.
  • In Chronicles of the Sword, Aurelia is the boss of Chronicle 12, and marks the end of the first half of the story. She also appears commenting events on some chronicles' starts.
  • The Jurakudai Villa (Setsuka's stage) serves as Aurelia's castle interior during her boss battle.
  • Aurelia's Destined Battle during Quick Play is Ivy.
  • Aurelia's Guard Impact is identical to Spawn's Guard Impact in Soulcalibur II.
  • Aurelia and any custom characters using her style (sickle), are the only characters in Soulcalibur III who do not have access to an unblockable attack. The only unblockable attack she has is only accessible from Soul Charge.
  • Aurelia's weapon Black Widow is also the 4th weapon that Ivy uses in Soulcalibur Legends.
  • It is possible to create Aurelia in Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny. Because her crown is not available, she wears an ordinary crown. She uses Ivy fighting style and wields the Dream Blade.
  • Aurelia is the oldest human female character in the series, at the age of 36.
  • There are several differences in Aurelia's official artwork and her in-game character model. As mentioned before, Aurelia does not wear the diamond choker in game. In game her hair is green in both her costumes, but in the artwork it looks blonde. Her character artwork features her belt as being a dark green rather than the purple it is in game. Her dress is also longer in the official artwork and she seems to be wearing pointed shoes rather that the brown boots she wears in game.
  • Aurelia's weapon, Black Widow, reflects her act of murdering her husband to further her standing. In pop-culture, a "Black Widow" is a woman who marries a man and then kills him, in order to gain his riches as his legal wife and heir.

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