|"I'm named is Dante".|
|Debut||DmC: Devil May Cry (2013)|
|Appears in||Elite Warrior Battle Royale|
|Lawl Team||Team Elite
Neutral B - Ebony and Ivory Quick Shot
Dante use both his two gun, Ebony and Ivony, to damage far away opponents. Shoots 3 Times. As like Fox's Blaster, Ebony and Ivony has a faster rate of fire and traveling drastically, but dosen't cause knockback or hitstun, doing bit damage. The different is that this move shoot 4 move by just pressing B.
Side B - Arbiter Tremor
Dante use the oversized battleaxe, Arbiter, and throw it to his opponent. It has a laggy start up, but it does more damage than Ebony and Ivory. Stay in mind, Arbiter only traveling in a straight line. Also, you can only have one Arbiter on screen.
Up B - Angel Boost
Dante use the move, Angel Boost, as a basic recover. When use, you at stops in midair for a brief moment, and then it rushes in the direction you chosen using the joystick. It also use for dashing and wall cling, but doesn't deals no damage.
Down B - Parry
Like the case with Jin's, Dante will strike a pose for a counter attack, in about a second, any attack other than a grab or projectile, which the character using Counter is struck by will turn them invincible.
Final Smash - Devil Trigger Unleashed
Dante transforms into his Devil Trigger form (growing white hair and red aura on his clothing). During the final smash, all of you moves and attack are upgraded greatly, being extremely fast and strong, plus great recovery. The drawback is that when you gets K.O.d, you still lose a stock. After a while, you will return to normal.
Born from the union of an angel and a devil, Dante harnesses super-human powers granted by his supernatural heritage to battle supernatural forces which threaten mankind. As stylish as he is dangerous, Dante uses a plethora of weapons including his twin handguns, “Ebony and Ivory,” as well as his sword, “Rebellion,” to dispatch his foes.
- This Dante takes his appearance from Ninja Theory's Devil May Cry reboot DmC: Devil May Cry, as opposed to the classic Dante from the first four games. This has caused heavy criticism from DevilMayFags (or Kamiyafags [Fanboys of Original DMC made by Hideki Kamiya and not every Kamiya game that isn't DMC like Bayonetta]) who don't like the new Dante and preferred the original Dante.