|Behind the scenes information|
|Appears in||MediEvil: The Game Prequel|
Lupo (fl. 1286) was Sir Dan's loyal hound.
Dan then didn't see Lupo until much later when Lupo saved him from Zarok's thugs in the Mystic Maidens by transforming into a werewolf. Lupo recognised the undead Dan as his master due to Griff's fairy magic.
After the two Dans swapped bodies, Lupo stayed behind to watch over the now skeletal Captain Fortesque.
Despite his master's mistreatment, Lupo was a loyal dog, defending and guarding his master.
Lupo transformed into a were-dog during full moons. In this form, he was much more formidable, capable of mauling flesh and ripping off heads.
Behind the scenes
Lupo was originally developed as a character for the PS2 sequel to MediEvil 2, MediEvil: Fate's Arrow. A squeaky dog toy was going to be an item that could be thrown around to direct his attacks against larger enemies and bosses. Lupo would tear around as an AI character, following Dan as a sidekick.
- MediEvil 3: Fate’s Arrow on Unseen64.