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Castlevania Time Stop resistance clarification

In short, i am not saying it should be removed, just clarified since there are parts in the series where the protagonists can be affected by time stop

While also being able to fight the time reaper (which i assume has time stop) and some "boss" monsters resist the time stop.

Maybe Aeon > Dracula > Stopwatch ?
I mean it just means that there are layers of resistance, and some characters have timestop that can affect those with lower resistance.

So would the proposal be adding something like: "His timestop is powerful enough to affect characters who would normally resist it, such as [name]", in the power/ability section?
Exactly what Shadow said, there are layers

In this case it's Aeon who deserves a note that his Time Stop is strong enough to bypass some level of resistance