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Alex - USA

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"You can't escape! Real fighters know their true calling!"

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A grappler who seeks to avenge his friend and mentor Tom by defeating Gill. After the tournament, he travels the world in search of strong opponents. A rare departure for Capcom as Alex is the true main character of SFIII, not Ryu.

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  • Badass Long Hair
  • Badass Normal
  • Battle Strip: He does this before every fight.
  • Big Brother Instinct: Towards Patricia, Tom's teenage daughter.
  • Big Applesauce: His stage designs offer 3 different perspectives of New York City, including a run-down, graffitti covered back alley in New Generation, a roof-top view of Manhattan in 2ND Impact(complete with a huge stars and stripes mural on one whole side of an apartment block) and finally the iconic 42nd Street subway station in Third Strike.
  • Brooklyn Rage
    • UDON's mini-comic dedicated to Alex has him confront a brute in his friend Tom's restaurant and he blares "YO, DOUCHEBAG!" to get the guy's attention. Text on the page as it may be, you can almost smell the Brooklyn Rage.
  • Demoted to Extra: Despite the fact that Alex is the true lead character for the Street Fighter III series, both the cover art and the E3 Trailer for the upcoming online edition of 3rd Strike show very little of him. By contrast, Ryu, Ken and Chun-Li (3 characters who were initially never supposed to appear in the series at all) have more presence in both.
  • Fingerless Gloves
  • Leitmotif: "Jazzy NYC". The original version from New Generation (known as the "-Underground Edit-": to date there's seven versions of the song as you can see here) included the "Yeah"s and "Woo"s from "It Takes Two" by Rob Base & DJ E-Z Rock, by the way. In turn, the very name of the song has led to a current trend of giving other tunes the moniker of "Jazzy" plus their city of origin or affiliation. As of Super Street Fighter IV, there's "Jazzy Russia" (Zangief's theme), "Jazzy Metro" (Guy's theme), and "Jazzy Kyoto". (Ibuki's theme)
  • Hachimaki
  • Mighty Glacier: Although some of his attacks do come out surprisingly fast.
  • New York City: He's a native and even has the accent. In his officical bio, his "special skill" is being a NY pizza connosieur.
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"At ease, loo-suh!"

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Dudley - England

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A black British boxer... with class. Dudley is an affluent British gentleman who wants to meet Gill so he can reclaim his father's prized Jaguar, which Gill had received in a possibly illegal trade. He also owns an absolutely FABULOUS and massive rose garden. He makes a triumphant return in Super Street Fighter 4, entering the tournament to get his mind off of his father's Jaguar and to find new flowers for his garden.

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  • Badass Back: The end of his Rolling Thunder Ultra (although we see it from his perspective). If only he threw the rose afterwards...
  • Badass Mustache: An uncommon example of non-villainous Curly mustache.
  • Big Fancy House: As seen in his 3rd Strike ending and his anime prologue for Super Street Fighter IV. Comes complete with a rose garden, a gigantic maze and a pavilion for taking tea.
  • Blow You Away: The final blow of his Rocket Uppercut Super Art has him spinning with enough velocity to create winds. Also, see "Razor Wind" below.
  • Blue Boxing Gloves: He seems to wear them just about everywhere. In SSFIV, his intro involves him grooming himself with the gloves on.
  • British Accents: Always of an appropriate London RP type in all of his appearances, but with changes in tone/pitch depending on the voice actor.
  • British Stuffiness: To a certain extent, in that he views traditional good manners and social graces as absolutely essential, and favours very formal clothing, normally reserved for evening-wear by most people. He also seems surprised and put out when met with uncouth, ungentlemanly behavior. It should be noted that he is far more stuffy and derisive in the SF 3 series, but is retroactively less intolerant in SSF 4.
  • Calling Your Attacks: Not just the attacks themselves, but Dudley also calls out where his attacks are going to hit the opponent sometimes ("Body Blow!").
  • Cool Car: Attempting to retrieve his father's prized Jaguar from Gill in New Generation is his motivation for entering the tournament.
  • Continuity Nod: His win quote to Cammy -
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"How lovely to see another Brit in this tournament! Thank you for the match!"

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  • Cross Counter: One of his special moves, and a nowadays rare instance in which it's played straight and works.
    • Awesome but Impractical: It's also the only move that can result in a K.O. for Dudley if used when at very low health since Dudley has to take damage in order for the move to trigger.
  • Cultured Badass: He's currently the page image.
  • Extremity Extremist: As a boxer, he can only use punching attacks.
  • Flat What: Uttered when Dudley's throw doesn't connect in IV.
  • Flung Clothing: Someone (presumably Dudley's butler) tosses Dudley his blazer from offscreen in some victory poses in the Street Fighter III games.
  • Foil: To Balrog, both in personality and playstyle.
  • Genius Bruiser
  • Gentleman Snarker: Qualifies for one in III definitely, but averted in SSF 4.
  • Gratuitous English: In SSFIV, thanks to seiyuu Naomi Kusumi.
  • Ground Pound: His Thunderbolt attack.
  • Iconic Item: The Victory Rose. In III, it counts as Cherry Tapping, as it takes off a small sliver of damage when it hits the opponent, meaning you can potentially KO a character with nothing more than a well-timed rose. In IV, while it no longer damages the opponent, it still qualifies as an attack (and if it scores a hit on a midair opponent, it stops their jump and/or attack and drops them straight down), meaning Dudley can steal the extra points for a First Attack in a match with the Victory Rose.
  • Knight Fever: In 3rd Strike, Dudley has received the honorary title of "Sir" after making a comeback and winning the boxing championship title.
  • Let's Fight Like Gentlemen: His Catch Phrase is the Trope Namer.
  • Lighter and Softer: Since his Super Street Fighter IV appearance, Dudley's condescending attitude has been dropped by Capcom entirely. During the Street Fighter 3 series, his win quotes are surprisingly confrontational, using language such as "pissed me off". He also openly mocks his opponents about throwing their bodies into the Thames River, calls Sean a "greenhorn", Ken a "sissy-man" and delights in beating them up—a far cry from his appreciation for his opponents and voluntarily restraining because of his respect for them, fairness, order, and chivalry. Essentially, he goes from Gentleman Snarker to the very essence of the Quintessential British Gentleman. A jarring aspect of this personality alteration is it has rendered his classic "gutter-trash!" insult as incongruent and now totally out of character with his new persona as a constructive, amiable sort of chap.
    • The Other Darrin: The above personality shift is reflected in his changing voice-acting too. In SF 3: NG and 2nd Impact, Bruce Robertson lends him a brisk, deep, stuffy voice. Then in Third Strike, Francis Diakowsky gives him a less brisk, slower-paced, more mannered tone. Finally, by SSF 4, Stuart Mc Lean voices him with a considerably softer, gentler, higher-pitched tone in a manner completely opposite to how he was originally voiced.
  • Lightning Bruiser
  • London Town: His NG/2nd Impact and Third Strike stages both incorporate similar English cultural iconography, including red telephone boxes, Big Ben, horse-drawn carriages and old style Mini's. His Third Strike stage also references the famous Harrod's department store in Knightsbridge.
  • Old British Money: Perhaps in keeping with his period look, Dudley anachronistically references "the crowds demanding their shillings back" in one of his win-quotes - a currency that hasn't been used in England for at least 40 years.
  • Patriotic Fervor: His win-quotes--"The British spirit is an indomitable spirit!"
  • Quintessential British Gentleman: The clothes, the hair, the tea, the butler etc.
  • Rapid-Fire Fisticuffs: Most notably seen in his Machinegun Blow and Rolling Thunder.
  • Rated M For (Gentle)Manly: It does not matter where you are, everyone seems to praise Dudley for his (gentle)manliness.
  • Razor Wind: During his Corkscrew Blow super art from III and its upgraded version, the Corkscrew Cross, in IV.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Dudley is the Blue Oni to Balrog's Red Oni. Right down to the (default) color of their boxing gloves.
  • Rich Bastard: In New Generation and 2nd Impact, Dudley was kind of a dick. In 3rd Strike, he got better. While he still called his opponents gutter trash, he admits that he likes their style in one of his win quotes, and offers them a cup of tea to boot. Averted in Super Street Fighter IV, where his win quotes are constructive criticism at worst, and outright praise at best. His rival match quotes against Balrog, on the other hand, plays this straight, as these are general taunts and/or negative comments:
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"Perhaps you should hang up your gloves for good."

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Yun and Yang - Hong Kong

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"Our Kung-Fu is the world's strongest!"

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Voiced by:
Yun: Kouji Tobe (SFIII: New Generation and Second Impact, Japanese), Kentaro Ito (Street Fighter III: Third Impact, Chun Li's Street Fighter IV prologue and Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Version, Japanese); Ted Sroka (Chun Li's Street Fighter IV prologue), Todd Haberkorn (Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Version, English)
Yang: Kouji Tobe (SFIII: New Generation and Second Impact, Japanese); Masakazu Suzuki (SFIII: Third Impact, Chun Li's Street Fighter IV prologue and Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Version, Japanese); Ted Sroka (Chun Li's Street Fighter IV prologue), Johnny Yong Bosch (Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Version, English)

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Twin brothers from Hong Kong who learned kung-fu from an early age. They were separated from their birth-parents at an early age and were raised by thier adoptive grandfather, who runs a restaurant in Shanghai. By the time of 3rd Strike, Yun and Yang are seen as heroes by their town, which they defend from Gill's organization during 3rd Strike. Both Yun and Yang also appear in the arcade release of Super Street Fighter IV.

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Yun: "Cheap"?! I paid a lot for this cap!

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  • Tag Along Kids: Sorta, in SSFIV. They heard from their Cool Big Sis Chun-Li about the tournament, and few after she leaves their place the twins follow her to see what kind of fighters they can find in their way.
  • The Quiet One: Yang.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Yun is dressed in white, but he's the Red Oni. Yang is dressed in red, but he's the Blue Oni.
  • The Rival: Both of them can be considered rivals to each other, but some of Yun's later appearances suggest rivalries with Chun-Li and Fei Long.
  • Underestimating Badassery: Gill does this to them. This leads to a 2-on-1 battle where Yun and Yang battle Gill to a standstill.
  • Vigilante Man: In Alpha 3, Yun sets off to confront and capture Fei-Long when he hears that he's involved in drug trades. The after-fight talk lets Fei-Long clear his name.
  • We Can Rule Together: In Alpha 3. Fei-Long faces Balrog and then Bison while Yun fights Juli and Juni, but is hit with The Worf Effect and loses off-screen. Bison tells Yun to kill the unconscious Fei-Long and join Shadaloo; Yun refuses and fights Bison instead.

Ibuki - Japan

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"Ninjas used to be cool, but now everybody's into pirates and robots and stuff like that."

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A teenage ninja sent by her clan to investigate Gill's organization, Ibuki is caught between her high school life and ninja duties. She returns in Super Street Fighter IV, using Seth's tournament as an excuse to get out of a training camp obligation and to find hot boyfriends.

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Voiced by: Yuri Amano (Street Fighter III, Japanese); Ayumi Fujimura (Super Street Fighter IV and Street Fighter X Tekken, Japanese); Kat Steele (Super Street Fighter IV, English).

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Ibuki: "Please don't look! I need to change outfits and I'm outta bombs!"

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Ibuki: "Ninjas used to be cool, but now everyone is into pirates and robots and stuff."

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  • Parental Abandonment: In the Street Fighter Legends manga by UDON. She was an abandoned infant found by the Geki Clan of ninjas and nearly was inducted into the clan, had her (future) sensei not had a change of heart and ran off with Ibuki and raised her as his daughter.
  • The Rival: Makoto.
  • Speed Echoes
  • Sphere of Destruction: If not used in grab-range, her Yoroi-Doushi super art will turn into this.
  • Stripperiffic: Her ninja outfit in Super Street Fighter IV, particularly in her arcade ending, sure shows quite a bit of her hips, and then some, and gives viewers the impression that she's Going Commando. The UDON's comic book series has her tackle this directly via a Fourth Wall Mail Slot, where she explains she's wearing a bodysuit beneath her ninja garb.


Necro - Russia

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A former subject of Gill's experiments who wants to elude his captors. His real name is Illia.

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Necro: "What's that smell? That's the aroma of freshly cooked brain matter!"

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Sean - Brazil

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Full name Sean Matsuda, he is Ken's self-appointed disciple. Although Ken is somewhat annoyed by him.

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  • All Just a Dream: His ending in 3rd Strike; in this case, a severe beating-induced dream.
  • Butt Monkey
  • But Not Too Foreign: He was born in Brazil, but his grandfather is from Japan. And he seems to be black. This convention is Truth in Television: Brazil has a considerable Japanese community, which has made its mark on Brazilian culture. Lyoto "The Dragon" Machida, anyone?
    • Not to mention that Brazilian culture of miscegenation means its probably the most likely place in the world for a Half-Black/Half-Japanese be born.
  • Curb Stomp Battle: His first opponent in the tournament is...his master, Ken. The battle doesn't end well for Sean.
  • Demoted to Extra:Originally suppose to be the only shoto fighter of Street Fighter 3, but due to fan backlash Ryu and Ken were added. This most likely changed Sean from something else completely and since third strike he's rarely mentioned in any form.
  • Joke Character: Slowly turned into one. His taunt attacks are shooting basketballs.
  • Meaningful Name: Sean, Ryu and Ken are the only shotos of the III series. Now say it really fast.
  • Nerf: Of all of the cast of III, Sean got it the worst. The guy was actually top tier in 2nd Impact. Then came the grand balancing act that was 3rd Strike, where he drops considerably (he's still effective, though; you just have to know how to use him).
  • Out of Focus: Aside from a cameo in Ken's ending in Marvel vs. Capcom 1, he hasn't appeared at all outside of Street Fighter III.
  • Overshadowed by Awesome: Storywise, he's pretty much "on the same boat" with Dan, which is ironic, since in 2nd Impact Sean was actually top tier...
  • Ryu and Ken somewhat of a subversion with him and Sakura as neither have the original normals or specials of their respective master/idol.
  • Shotoclone: Could be seen as a subversion; despite being Ken's disciple, he actually has a unique moveset, being the only shoto character with Command grab(Sean tackle). As well as, his only projectile is a super attack, which is otherwise a staple special attack for this character type.
  • Snipe Hunt: His ending in the first game suggests that Ken tells him not to return until he's able to defeat Ryu. He doesn't.


Oro - Brazil

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"Your moves are deadly... They could kill me by boring me to death!"

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An old hermit who possesses incredible power. Because of his great age, he has decided that he wants to pass his skills on to Ryu. Akuma has taken note of Oro's strength and wishes to challenge him.

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  • (Almost) Bald Of Awesome: He has a few remaining hairs on his head, but they can likely be counted on a single hand.
  • Amazing Technicolor Population: Oro has a bright yellow-toned skin, for some reason.
  • Badass Grandpa: He beat Ryu with only using one arm and withdrew from the tournament because he didn't see Alex and good competition.
  • Chained by Fashion
  • Double Jump
  • Energy Ball: Nichirin Shou; has a Super Art version called Yagyou Dama.
  • Going Commando: Wears nothing underneath his rags. You can actually see his dangly bits during a few select frames of his kicking animation. Counts as Squick and possibly Nightmare Fuel.
  • Gonk
  • Heavy Sleeper: He's often seen sleeping before or right after a fight, and in a quite odd fashion -hanging from the ceiling. Hell, he even sleeps as a taunt. One have to wonder if that plays any role in his formidable longevity...
  • Hermit Guru
  • Holding Back the Phlebotinum/Power Limiter: He fights with one arm bundled up and strapped to his body, to avoid seriously injuring or killing his opponent inadvertently. In some of his Super Combos, though, you can plainly see both arms.
  • Limit Break: Oro keeps one arm sealed at all times when fighting an opponent to keep from killing them accidently (yeah, he's that powerful). The point is, he can use both his arms: if the player imputs a Super Art while Oro as maxed his super bar, using not one but three of his punches, he will do a full-powered version of the selected Super.
  • Meaningful Name: The word "oro" appens to be Spanish\Italian for "gold". Given the character's skin tone, this might be more than a coincidence...
  • Mind Over Matter: The Tengu Stone Super Art, in which he makes random stuff like pieces of concrete to float around him for a limited time.
  • Monochromatic Eyes
  • Old Master: He's over 120 years old.
  • Out of Focus: He hasn't appeared at all outside of the III series.
  • Prophet Eyes
  • Walking Shirtless Scene
  • Willfully Weak
  • With My Hands Tied: He "seals" one of his arms because using both arms would make him too powerful and will accidentally kill his opponents with his overwhelming power. But when he uses both, his power increases. Kind of like how Gouki/Akuma usually only fights at a weaker level.


Elena - Kenya

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"Get addicted to the beat! Rhythm can be your friend too!"

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An African warrior princess seeking to meet new friends.

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"My accent? I must have picked it up in my travels!"

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Gill - Unknown

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"The mark of my dignity shall scar thy DNA."

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Gill is the leader of a mysterious organization who seeks to become the world's messiah Because Destiny Says So. He was genetically modified at a young age to wield fire and ice power.

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  • Affably Evil: He's egomaniac with Messiah complex, and all round not a very nice guy, but despite that still manages to be a least condescending villain in the series. Also has an odd tendency to throw fights he doesn't care about, such with Alex.
  • A God Am I: His win quote in Japan, even in time out?
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"I am your god!"

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"My methods may seem harsh in contrast to my true intentions."

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Characters debuting in Street Fighter III 2nd Impact: Giant Attack

Urien - Egypt

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"How dost thou suck? Let me count thy wounds. 1, 2, 3..."

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Gill's younger brother, who was passed up to become their organization's "President" and now seeks to usurp his brother's leadership.

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Characters debuting in Street Fighter III 3rd Strike: Fight for the Future

Remy - France

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"Victory, glory, and honor... Those ideals don't excite me a bit."

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A young man abandoned by his father, and whose dead sister is somehow encased in ice. He wanders the world to defeat street fighters.

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  • Alternate Company Equivalent: He was designed to resemble SNK characters like Iori Yagami.
  • Bishonen: Something that the series had been noticeably lacking before he was added. Unlike Vega, he's textbook bishonen.
  • Bizarrchitecture: Remy's France stage is completely bizarre. The left hand side looks pretty much like it could be some back-street in Paris, but the right hand side (Disco Metro entrance) is pure fantasy and indeed, looks more like something out of Final Fantasy 7, rather than a real-world location. The incongruence is compounded by the fact that Third Strike's other stages are all generally based on real locations from the countries that the fighters represent - 42nd street subway (US), Santos Harbor (Brazil), St Basil's Cathedral (Russia), the Harrod's building, London (UK) etc.
  • Brought to You by The Letter "S": Has a Ω emblazoned on the front of his shirt.
  • Combat Stilettos: No, seriously. He's a guy, and his shoes have noticeable heels.
  • Counter Attack: His Blue Nocturne Super Art.
  • Dead Little Sister: His entire motivation for fighting.
  • Disappeared Dad: Also his motivation.
  • Emo
  • French Jerk: Though probably because he's a nihilist.
  • Gratuitous Japanese: Despite being French, all of his quotes are in Japanese.
    • Not Even Bothering with the Accent: Which is a little strange, seeing as how Dudley, Alex and Hugo speak in the appropriate language (and corresponding accent) to their nationalities....
  • Hypocrite: Due to the fact that his father abandoned him and his sister in order to pursue the art of a true warrior, Remy has a deep seated hatred for all street fighters. Yet he's on his personal mission of searching the Globe for World Warriors to defeat. By street fighting the Hell out of them, of course. This winquote says it all.
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Why am I even here, anyway?

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Q - Unknown

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'"??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????"

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A mysterious man wearing a trenchcoat and iron mask, who is being pursued by the CIA. Q has been sighted in crime scene photographs of unsolved murders all over the world. His appearance in them may make him the murderer, or perhaps he could be investigating them, as hinted by his stereotypical detective attire. It is unknown who any of the murder victims are, or whether any of them were good or bad people, further adding mystery to Q's purpose.

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Makoto - Japan

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"Daddy, you believed in me! That win was for our Dojo!"

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The heiress of the Rindoukan school of Karate, which she inherited after the death of her father. She seeks to restore her school's reputation by challenging other worthy opponents. She returns in Super Street Fighter IV, where she enters the tournament hoping to walk away both the champion (and subsequently put Rindoukan on the martial arts map) and earn a lot of money to rebuild her family's dojo.

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Voiced by: Makoto Tsumura (Street Fighter III saga and Super Street Fighter IV, Japanese); Jessica Stone (Super Street Fighter IV, English)

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  • Angry Eyebrows: Most noticeable during her win pose in Super Street Fighter IV, where she looks like an Angry Bird coming straight for you.
  • Badass Adorable: Her personality is a mix of sternness and enthusiasm. While she puts on a serious face, you can't help but feel her excitement before a fight that is in a way charming.
  • Bandage Babe: On her schoolgirl outfit.
  • Bokukko
  • Character Exaggeration / Leeroy Jenkins: The Ibuki Legends comic really plays up her aggressiveness tas she challenges Ibuki no sooner then meeting her in class no less as she believes all fighters should do this. She also tries to pick a fight with Elena who was just trying to be friendly. Her story also ties in with Oro as her father was defeated by him and she itching to fight Oro to avenge her father. Oro tries to depart some wisdom on her but she takes it as "I gotta beat Ibuki first" as Ibuki had managed to pass a test of Oro's. She does chill out considerably near the end of the comic however.
  • Combat Pragmatist: Her Karate is pretty brutal, even for a fighting game standards. For example, she employs strangling techniques in her fighting style, is prone to punch really hard on grounded opponents, and one of her super arts even opens with a punch aimed... right at the nether regions. Also note that she is the only karate gi-wearing character who does not wear padded sparring gloves. And as of Super Street Fighter IV she is now the first martial artist character to not wear padded gloves (with Gouken being the second).
  • Cute Bruiser
  • Does Not Like Shoes: She is the female equivalent of Ryu—and that's saying something considering the series' cast.
    • Averted with a couple of her alternate outfits in Super IV. On the other hand, if you look at her school outfit more carefully, you'll she that not only she doesn't wear socks but that also the kind of shoes she wears just may let her pull 'em off easily.
  • Dramatic Wind
  • Flash Step: Hayate, which is a quick, straightfoward punch. It can also be charged up for more damage.
  • Foot Focus: She's barefoot.
  • Glacier Waif: She's the shortest member of the cast at just under 5 feet tall and moves slow, but when she connects, she connects.
  • Groin Attack: Her Seichuusen Godanzuki super art opens this way.
  • Heir to the Dojo
  • Hero Worshipper: Not to the level Sakura has, but Makoto is FLABBERGASTED at facing Ryu, since he is an absolute legend in the world of karate. Her starting pose when facing him is to take a VERY deep breath to calm her nerves. Subverted with Fei Long; she knows who he is and challenges him to a fight, but it doesn't go beyond mutual respect as fighters.
  • Home Run Hitter: Two words: Seichuzen Godanzuki.
  • Hot-Blooded: And how!
  • Joshikousei: In her newest costume for Super Street Fighter IV.
  • Massive Damage: "KANZEN SHOURI JYA!"
  • Muscles Are Meaningless: Subverted; she is a young little fighter girl but, unlike similar characters in other works, her body is pretty muscular. Is easier to notice while she's wearing her alternate outfit in SSFIV: those arms are quite developed...
  • Perpetual Frowner: As of IV, no official illustration has ever shown her display so much as a smirk. The only exceptions are one of her win poses in 3rd Strike and her ending in Super Street Fighter IV.
    • In the UDON Ibiki Legends comics she does smirk and grin a couple of times.
  • Tomboy: You already know.
  • The Rival: Ibuki.
  • Scarf of Asskicking: Although some sources say that it's an oversized hachimaki worn around her neck.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Sushi and sashimi, according to SFIV. Hilariously, she tells that to El Fuerte.
  • Turns Red: Plays literally straight during her Tanden Renki.
  • Urban Legend of Zelda: A rumor was circulating about she was originally going to be Ryu's sister, which may explain their resemblance.


Twelve - Russia

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"01011.01111". (KO)

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Twelve is a mutant, part of the G-Project, a biological warfare operation run by a mysterious organization under the control of Gill. Sent to purse Necro, his prototype, Twelve is genetically engineered to regenerate, form other shapes (usually weapons) out of his body, copy a person's appearance and skill, and is also being mass produced by the organization to create an army of Twelve-like creatures.

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Crossover characters from Final Fight

Hugo - Germany

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"I'm number one!"

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Also known as Andore. A German wrestler and former criminal who went legit, making a name for himself in the American Pro Wrestling Circuit after the Mad Gear gang, who had employed him and his family at the time, was destroyed by Cody, Guy, and Haggar. His MANager is the infamous Poison, a good friend of his from his Mad Gear days. In 2nd Impact, he seeks a worthy opponent to join him as a tag partner in the wrestling ring, and then he forms the "Huge Wrestling Army" with the rest of the cast in 3rd Strike.

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