History Characters / DoubleDragon

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* {{Expy}}: ScottMcNeil plays Jimmy in the AnimatedAdaptation. He would also go on to play [[WesternAnimation/StreetFighter another blond martial artist dressed in red from another animated adaptation of a video game movie...]]

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* {{Expy}}: ScottMcNeil Creator/ScottMcNeil plays Jimmy in the AnimatedAdaptation. He would also go on to play [[WesternAnimation/StreetFighter another blond martial artist dressed in red from another animated adaptation of a video game movie...]]
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* BreakoutMookCharacter: Abobo is one of the four most recognizable, and consistent characters[note]Billy, Jimmy, Marian, and Abobo[/note] in the series. Abobo has countless cameos in other media such as Rajiv in ''VideoGame/SuperDodgeBall.'' [[http://doubledragon.kontek.net/features/ddacommentary3.html A mode]] featuring Abobo as playable was almost added to Advance before being cut for time! Finally Abobo is the star of ''VideoGame/AbobosBigAdventure'' which got the creator, Kishimoto, approval. He even makes several appearances in ''VideoGame/RiverCityRansomUnderground'', despite having never been a part of the Franchise/KunioKun canon.

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* BreakoutMookCharacter: Abobo is one of the four most recognizable, and consistent characters[note]Billy, Jimmy, Marian, and Abobo[/note] in the series. Abobo has countless cameos in other media such as Rajiv in ''VideoGame/SuperDodgeBall.'' [[http://doubledragon.kontek.net/features/ddacommentary3.html A mode]] featuring Abobo as playable was almost added to Advance before being cut for time! Finally Abobo is the star of ''VideoGame/AbobosBigAdventure'' which got the creator, Kishimoto, approval. He even makes several appearances in ''VideoGame/RiverCityRansomUnderground'', despite having never been a part of the Franchise/KunioKun ''VideoGame/KunioKun'' canon.



* ShoutOutThemeNaming: Kunio, the 2nd Oyama Brother, shares his name with [[KunioKun Technos Japan's school delinquent mascot]].

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* ShoutOutThemeNaming: Kunio, the 2nd Oyama Brother, shares his name with [[KunioKun [[VideoGame/KunioKun Technos Japan's school delinquent mascot]].
8th Dec '17 4:19:22 PM Saurubiker
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* AdaptationalVillainy: She was already villain in the original arcade version, but the NES version (particularly the English localization) takes it a step further by [[spoiler:having her be responsible for Brett's death.]]



* AdaptedOut: Not present in the NES version. Instead, Ranzou serves as the team's Japanese representative in the NES version.

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* AdaptedOut: Not present in the NES version. Instead, Ranzou serves as the team's Japanese representative of the heroes in the NES version.



[[folder:Yagyu Ranzou]]
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A ninja master who fights the Lee brothers in Japan for the second of the three Rosetta Stones. In the NES version he joins the player's party after being defeated.
* AdaptationalHeroism
* DefeatMeansFriendship
* FragileSpeedster: He's the fastest playable character, but has the least HP out of the four playable characters in the NES version.
* HeelFaceTurn
* {{Ninja}}

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[[folder:Yagyu Ranzou]]
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[[folder:Jim]]
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A ninja master who fights the Lee brothers in Japan for the second of the three Rosetta Stones. In the NES version he joins the player's party after being defeated.
* AdaptationalHeroism
* DefeatMeansFriendship
* FragileSpeedster:
The first boss. He's actually the fastest playable character, but has the least HP out brother of the four playable characters Willy, who seeks his brother's defeat in the NES version.
previous games by leading the Neo Black Warriors against the Lee brothers.
* HeelFaceTurn
AvengingTheVillain
* {{Ninja}}BadassBiker



[[folder:Gibson]]
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* AllBikersAreHellsAngels: The Neo Black Warriors are a biker gang.
* BaldOfEvil: He's the only character with a shaved head, and is the main grunt of a villainous biker gang.
* TheGoomba: Gibson is the most common and easy to defeat enemy.
* KnifeNut: Gibson is the only enemy to carry the Knife weapon.
* ThoseTwoBadGuys: He and Robinson often come in pairs.

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[[folder:Gibson]]
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[[folder:Li Chenglong]]
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* AllBikersAreHellsAngels: The Neo Black Warriors are a biker gang.
* BaldOfEvil: He's
A Chinese martial arts who confront the only character with a shaved head, Lee brothers for the first Rosetta Stone in the arcade version.
* AdaptedOut: Chin Seimei replaces him as the second boss in the NES version.
* BruceLeeClone: A much more blatant example than Billy
and is the main grunt of a villainous biker gang.
* TheGoomba: Gibson is the most common and easy to defeat enemy.
* KnifeNut: Gibson is the only enemy to carry the Knife weapon.
* ThoseTwoBadGuys: He and Robinson often come in pairs.
Jimmy themselves



[[folder:Robinson]]
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* BarbarianLongHair: Robinson has long unkempt hair and is a barbaric biker.
* GrievousBottleyHarm: He almost always comes with a beer bottle.
* ThoseTwoBadGuys: Robinson tends to accompany Gibson.

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[[folder:Robinson]]
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[[folder:Yagyu Ranzou]]
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A ninja master who fights the Lee brothers in Japan for the second of the three Rosetta Stones. In the NES version he joins the player's party after being defeated.
* BarbarianLongHair: Robinson AdaptationalHeroism
* DefeatMeansFriendship
* FragileSpeedster: He's the fastest playable character, but
has long unkempt hair and is a barbaric biker.
the least HP out of the four playable characters in the NES version.
* GrievousBottleyHarm: He almost always comes with a beer bottle.
HeelFaceTurn
* ThoseTwoBadGuys: Robinson tends to accompany Gibson.{{Ninja}}



[[folder:Daby]]
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* CanonForeigner: The arcade version had no female mooks.
* DelinquentHair: She is drawn with a mohawk in the Japanese manual, but it looks more like a rattail within the game.
* KnifeNut: Throws limitless small daggers. Unlike Gibson's knife, this cannot be picked by the player characters.
* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: To Linda from the first two games.

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[[folder:Daby]]
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* CanonForeigner: The arcade version had no female mooks.
* DelinquentHair: She is drawn with a mohawk
[[folder:Giulano]]
A warrior dressed
in the Japanese manual, but it looks more like a rattail within the game.
* KnifeNut: Throws limitless small daggers. Unlike Gibson's knife, this cannot be picked by
gladiator gear who fights the player characters.
* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: To Linda from
in the first two games.fourth stage of the arcade version.
* AdaptedOut: Replaced by an unnamed Urquidez Brother in the NES version.
* AmazingTechnicolorAdaptation: He reappears in Mission 5 with gray skin.
* BladeOnAStick: Uses a double sided glaive to beat his opponents, it gives him alot of range.



[[folder:Jim]]
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The leader of the Neo Black Warriors who serves as the Mission 1 boss in ''Double Dragon 3''.
* AvengingTheVillain

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[[folder:Brett]]
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The
org/pmwiki/pub/images/Brett_6990.gif]] A student of the Lee brothers who is attacked by the Neo Black Warriors.
* CanonForeigner
* DubNameChange: Named Aldo in the Japanese version.
* HisNameIs: Brett tries to tell the Lee brothers that [[spoiler:Hiruko]] is
leader of the Neo Black Warriors who serves as the Mission 1 boss villains, but dies before he can do so.
* WeHardlyKnewYe: He just gets introduced
in ''Double Dragon 3''.
* AvengingTheVillain
his death scene.



[[folder:Li Chenglong]]
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A Chinese martial arts who confront the Lee brothers for the first Rosetta Stone in the arcade version.
* AdaptedOut: Chin Seimei replaces him as the second boss in the NES version.
* BruceLeeClone: A much more blatant example than Billy and Jimmy themselves

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[[folder:Li Chenglong]]
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[[folder:Gibson]]
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A Chinese martial arts who confront * BaldOfEvil: He's the Lee brothers for only character with a shaved head, and is the first Rosetta Stone in main grunt of a villainous biker gang.
* TheGoomba: Gibson is
the arcade version.
most common and easy to defeat enemy.
* AdaptedOut: Chin Seimei replaces him as KnifeNut: Gibson is the second boss in only enemy to carry the NES version.
Knife weapon.
* BruceLeeClone: A much more blatant example than Billy ThoseTwoBadGuys: He and Jimmy themselvesRobinson often come in pairs.



[[folder:Giulano]]
A warrior dressed in gladiator gear who fights the player in the fourth stage of the arcade version.
* AdaptedOut: Replaced by an unnamed Urquidez Brother in the NES version.
* AmazingTechnicolorAdaptation: He reappears in Mission 5 with gray skin.
* BladeOnAStick: Uses a double sided glaive to beat his opponents, it gives him alot of range.

[[folder:Brett]]
[[quoteright:24:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Brett_6990.gif]] A student of the Lee brothers who is attacked by the Neo Black Warriors
* CanonForeigner
* DubNameChange: Named Aldo in the Japanese version.
* HisNameIs: Brett tries to tell the Lee brothers that [[spoiler:Hiruko]] is leader of the villains, but dies before he can do so.
* WeHardlyKnewYe: He just gets introduced in his death scene.

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[[folder:Giulano]]
A warrior dressed in gladiator gear who fights the player in the fourth stage of the arcade version.
* AdaptedOut: Replaced by an unnamed Urquidez Brother in the NES version.
* AmazingTechnicolorAdaptation: He reappears in Mission 5 with gray skin.
* BladeOnAStick: Uses a double sided glaive to beat his opponents, it gives him alot of range.

[[folder:Brett]]
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[[folder:Robinson]]
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* BarbarianLongHair: Robinson has long unkempt hair and
is attacked by the Neo Black Warriors
a barbaric biker.
* CanonForeigner
GrievousBottleyHarm: He almost always comes with a beer bottle.
* DubNameChange: Named Aldo in the Japanese version.
* HisNameIs: Brett tries
ThoseTwoBadGuys: Robinson tends to tell the Lee brothers that [[spoiler:Hiruko]] is leader of the villains, but dies before he can do so.
* WeHardlyKnewYe: He just gets introduced in his death scene.
accompany Gibson.


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[[folder:Daby]]
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* CanonForeigner: The arcade version had no female mooks.
* DelinquentHair: She is drawn with a mohawk in the Japanese manual, but looks more like a rattail within the game.
* KnifeNut: Throws limitless small daggers. Unlike Gibson's knife, this cannot be picked by the player characters.
* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: To Linda from the first two games.
8th Dec '17 3:51:36 PM Saurubiker
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* NamesTheSame: Taime, the 2nd Chin Brother in the arcade version, shares his name with the enemy character from the previous games, but it's unclear if he's meant to be the same guy.
* RelatedInTheAdaptation: The other two Chin Brothers from the arcade version are gone in the NES version in favor of making the similarly named enemy character Chin Taimei from the previous games into Seimei's older brother.

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* NamesTheSame: OneSteveLimit: Taime, the 2nd Chin Brother in the arcade version, shares his name with the enemy character Chin Taimei from the previous games, but games. If it's unclear if he's meant to be the same guy.
guy or someone who just happens to have the same name, which in any case leads to...
* RelatedInTheAdaptation: The other two Chin Brothers RelatedInTheAdaptation: ...the NES version ditching the Taime from the arcade version are gone in the NES version in favor of making Seimei into the similarly named enemy character Chin younger brother of the Taimei from the previous games into Seimei's older brother.games.
7th Dec '17 8:12:57 AM Saurubiker
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[[folder:Brett]]
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* DubNameChange: Named Aldo in the Japanese version.
* HisNameIs: Brett tries to tell the Lee brothers that [[spoiler:Hiruko]] is leader of the villains, but dies before he can do so.
* WeHardlyKnewYe: He just gets introduced in his death scene.
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A trio of mixed martial artists who appear in the arcade version of ''Double Dragon 3'' consisting of Roney (1P), Sunny (2P) and Jonny (3P).
* AdaptationalVillainy: An unnamed character who vaguely resembles the Urquidez Brothers serves as the fourth stage boss in the NES version.

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A trio of mixed martial artists arts masters who appear in the arcade version of ''Double Dragon 3'' consisting of Roney (1P), Sunny (2P) and Jonny (3P).
* AdaptationalVillainy: An unnamed character who vaguely resembles AdaptedOut[=/=]AdaptationalVillainy: None of the Urquidez Brothers serves as the fourth stage boss appear in the NES version.version, aside from an unnamed boss character who resembles one of them. Unlike Chin and Ranzou, he never joins the player's party after being defeated.



* ColorCodedMultiplayer

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* ColorCodedMultiplayerColorCodedMultiplayer: Sunny, the 2nd Urquidez Brother, has orange pants instead of the traditional red.



[[folder:Chin Brothers]]
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A trio of portly Tai Chi masters who appear in the arcade version of ''Double Dragon 3'' consisting of Seime (1P), Taime (2P) and Sinme (3P). In the NES version Chin Seimei appears by himself as the boss of the second stage, who seeks to avenge his brother Taimei's defeat in the previous NES games prior to joining the player's party.
* {{Acrofatic}}: Despite his weight, he can jump very high.
* AdaptationalVillainy: Seimei starts out as a boss in the NES version before joining the player's party. In the arcade version he was strictly a playable character.
* AdaptedOut: The other Chin Brothers, Taime and Sinme, are nowhere to be seen in the NES version.
* AvengingTheVillain
* ColorCodedMultiplayer: In the arcade version at least.
* DefeatMeansFriendship[=/=]EasilyForgiven: Seimei quickly forgets about the Lee brothers killing his brother in the NES version.
* HeelFaceTurn: In the NES version
* MightyGlacier: In the NES version he can defeat most villains with his basic punch combo, but is the slowest character in the game.
* NamesTheSame: Taime, the 2nd Chin Brother in the arcade version, shares his name with the enemy character from the previous games, but it's unclear if he's meant to be the same guy.
* RelatedInTheAdaptation: The other two Chin Brothers from the arcade version are gone in the NES version in favor of making the similarly named enemy character Chin Taimei from the previous games into Seimei's older brother.
* SpellMyNameWithAnS: His name is one letter shorter in the arcade version due to space constraints.
* StoutStrength: He's very fat, but very strong.
* WolverineClaws: His optional weapon in the NES version.
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* AdaptedOut: Not present in the NES version.
* ColorCodedMultiplayer: Masao wears white instead of blue.

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* AdaptedOut: Not present in the NES version. Instead, Ranzou serves as the team's Japanese representative in the NES version.
* ColorCodedMultiplayer: Masao wears white instead of blue.blue usually reserve to the 1P characters.



* ShoutOutThemeNaming: Kunio, the 2nd Oyama Brother, shares his name with [[KunioKun Technos Japan's school delinquent mascot]].



* AdaptedOut: None of the console ports allowed up to 3 players, so naturally had to go.
* ArtifactTitle: With Sonny, they're Triple Dragons instead of Double.

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* AdaptedOut: None of the console ports allowed up to 3 players, so naturally he had to go.
* ArtifactTitle: With Sonny, they're the Lee Brothers are now the Triple Dragons instead of Double.Dragons.



[[folder:Chin Seimei]]
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A kung-fu master who joins the Lee brothers in their search for the three Sacred Stones of Power. In the NES version, he fights the Lee brothers in China before joining the player's party. In the arcade version, he is joined by his brothers Taime (2P) and Sinme (3P), who form the Chin Brothers team.
* {{Acrofatic}}: Despite his weight, he can jump very high.
* AdaptationalVillainy: Seimei starts out as a boss in the NES version before joining the player's party. In the arcade version he was strictly a playable character.
* AdaptedOut: His brothers Taime and Sinme are nowhere to be seen in the NES version.
* AvengingTheVillain: He wants to avenge his brother Chin Taimei
* ColorCodedMultiplayer: In the arcade version at least.
* DefeatMeansFriendship[=/=]EasilyForgiven: Chin quickly forgets about the Lee brothers killing his brother when he joins the player's party in the NES version.
* HeelFaceTurn: In the NES version
* MightyGlacier: In the NES version he can defeat most villains with his basic punch combo, but is the slowest character in the game.
* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: He brings to mind Creator/SammoHung.
* SpellMyNameWithAnS: His name is one letter shorter in the arcade version due to space constraints.
* StoutStrength: He's very fat, but very strong.
* WolverineClaws: His optional weapon in the NES version.
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[[folder:Brett]]
[[quoteright:24:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Brett_6990.gif]] A student of the Lee brothers who is attacked by the Neo Black Warriors
* CanonForeigner
* DubNameChange: Named Aldo in the Japanese version.
* HisNameIs: Brett tries to tell the Lee brothers that [[spoiler:Hiruko]] is leader of the villains, but dies before he can do so.
* WeHardlyKnewYe: He just gets introduced in his death scene.


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6th Dec '17 2:46:08 PM Saurubiker
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* CompositeCharacter: Many video games just replace him with Abobo who is given his moves. The Double Dragon Advance actually calls him.
* DegradedBoss: Two Abobos show up in the final level of the arcade original.

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* CompositeCharacter: Many video games just replace him with Abobo who is given his moves. The Double Dragon Advance actually calls him.
* DegradedBoss: Two Abobos Jicks show up in the final level of the arcade original.



* KingMook: He's tougher than Abobo, who is already tough enough as it is.

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* KingMook: He's essentially tougher than Abobo, who is already tough enough as it is.version of Abobo



* NamedByAdaptation: The Green palette swap of Jick was originally just called Abobo like the other enemy, but was given the name more unique name of ''Mibobo'' in the Advance version.



* PaletteSwap: Has a green palette swap guarding the entrance of the hideout, who was originally named Abobo in the same review by Famitsu, but rennamed "MiBobo" in the Advance version.
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* CanonForeigner: He was made up for the NES version and never appeared in the original arcade game.

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* CanonForeigner: He was made up for the NES version and He never appeared in the original arcade game.



* NoNameGiven
** TomTheDarkLord: WordOfGod is that his name is ''Raymond.''

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* NoNameGiven
** TomTheDarkLord: WordOfGod is that his
NoNameGiven: He's never given a name in the NES version, but his {{expy}} in the GBA version is ''Raymond.'' named [[TomTheDarkLord Raymond]].



* [[spoiler: BigBad: She leads the Neo Black Warriors.]]

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* [[spoiler: BigBad: She leads An elderly fortune teller who guide the Neo Black Warriors.]]Lee brothers in the search for the Rosetta Stones.



* [[spoiler: TreacherousAdvisor: As it turns out Hiruko was manipulating the Double Dragons all along so she could steal the treasure for herself, and rule the world.]]

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* [[spoiler: TreacherousAdvisor: As it turns out Hiruko was manipulating the Double Dragons all along so she could steal the Cleopatra's treasure for herself, and rule the world.]]



[[folder:Roney Urquidez]]
* AdaptationalVillainy: In the home versions, Roney is a boss in Italy rather then a playable character.

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[[folder:Roney Urquidez]]
[[folder:Urquidez Brothers]]
A trio of mixed martial artists who appear in the arcade version of ''Double Dragon 3'' consisting of Roney (1P), Sunny (2P) and Jonny (3P).
* AdaptationalVillainy: In An unnamed character who vaguely resembles the home versions, Roney is a Urquidez Brothers serves as the fourth stage boss in Italy rather then a playable character.the NES version.



* ColorCodedMultiplayer: The Blonde Roney with blue pants has two PaletteSwap Brothers, Sunny(orange pants with green hair, also not to be confused with Sonny), and Johnny(brown hair, [[AmazingTechnicolorPopulation grey skin]], and yellow pants) to facilitate this.
* DemotedToExtra: Is an unplayable boss in the home versions of III.

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* ColorCodedMultiplayer: The Blonde Roney with blue pants has two PaletteSwap Brothers, Sunny(orange pants with green hair, also not to be confused with Sonny), and Johnny(brown hair, [[AmazingTechnicolorPopulation grey skin]], and yellow pants) to facilitate this.
* DemotedToExtra: Is an unplayable boss in the home versions of III.
ColorCodedMultiplayer



[[folder:Masao Oyama]]
* AdaptedOut: Removed in all home versions but the Genesis adaptation.
* ColorCodedMultiplayer: Masao has color coded twins, Kunio(Red), and Akira(Yellow).

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[[folder:Masao Oyama]]
[[folder:Oyama Brothers]]
A trio of karate masters who appear in the arcade version of ''Double Dragon 3'' consisting of Masao (1P), Kunio (2P) and Akira (3P).
* AdaptedOut: Removed Not present in all home versions but the Genesis adaptation.
NES version.
* ColorCodedMultiplayer: Masao has color coded twins, Kunio(Red), and Akira(Yellow).wears white instead of blue.



* AdaptedOut: Removed in all home versions, none of which three player co-op.

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The third Lee brother who appears in the arcade version of ''Double Dragon 3''.
* AdaptedOut: Removed in all home versions, none None of which three player co-op.the console ports allowed up to 3 players, so naturally had to go.



* TheBusCameBack: Sonny after not appearing since 1990, reappeared in Double Dragon IV in 2017.
* ColorCodedMultiplayer: Was introduced so three players could play as the Lee brothers.
* GameplayAndStorySegregation: While ingame Sonny is a simple clone of the Lee brothers, the American poster made him distinct from the Lee brothers, and said he was simply a practitioner of Sou-Setsu-Ken.

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* TheBusCameBack: Sonny after not appearing since 1990, reappeared Returns in Double ''Double Dragon IV in 2017.
IV'' after a 27 year absence since his arcade debut.
* DependingOnTheArtist: While in-game Sonny is a palette swap of Billy and Jimmy, the cabinet art for the U.S. version depicts him wearing a yellow tank top with grey pants.
* ColorCodedMultiplayer: Was introduced so three players that a third player could play as the a Lee brothers.
brother.
* GameplayAndStorySegregation: While ingame Sonny FlatCharacter: His relation to Billy and Jimmy is a simple clone of the Lee brothers, the American poster never actually made him distinct from the Lee brothers, and said he was simply a practitioner of Sou-Setsu-Ken.clear.



* OneMarioLimit: He exists alongside Sunny, a palette swap of Roney Urquidez with a barely different name thats pronounced the same.
* PaletteSwap: A yellow clad version of the Lee brothers with orange hair.

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* OneMarioLimit: OneSteveLimit: He exists co-exists alongside Sunny, a palette swap of Roney the similarly-named Urquidez with a barely different name thats pronounced the same.
brother Sunny.
* PaletteSwap: A yellow clad version of the Lee brothers with orange hair.PaletteSwap



A kung-fu master who joins the Lee brothers in their search for the three Sacred Stones of Power. In the NES version, he fights the Lee brothers in China before joining the player's party. In the arcade version, he is joined by his brothers Taime (2P) and Sinme (3P), who form the Chin Brothers team.



* AdaptationalVillainy: Seimei starts out as a boss in the NES version before joining the player's party. In the arcade version he was strictly a playable character.
* AdaptedOut: His brothers Taime and Sinme are nowhere to be seen in the NES version.



* DefeatMeansFriendship: He becomes playable after his defeat, ultimately forgiving the Dragons for killing Taimei(who in fairness, helped kill Marian).
* EasilyForgiven: In the third NES game, Chin forgets about the Lee brothers killing his brother in the previous game after losing to them.
* HeelFaceTurn: He starts off as a boss but joins after his defeat.
* MightyGlacier: He can defeat most villains with his basic punch combo, but is the slowest character in the game.

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* DefeatMeansFriendship: He becomes playable after his defeat, ultimately forgiving the Dragons for killing Taimei(who in fairness, helped kill Marian).
* EasilyForgiven:
ColorCodedMultiplayer: In the third NES game, arcade version at least.
* DefeatMeansFriendship[=/=]EasilyForgiven:
Chin quickly forgets about the Lee brothers killing his brother when he joins the player's party in the previous game after losing to them.
NES version.
* HeelFaceTurn: He starts off as a boss but joins after his defeat.
In the NES version
* MightyGlacier: He In the NES version he can defeat most villains with his basic punch combo, but is the slowest character in the game.



* SpellMyNameWithAnS: His name is one letter shorter in the arcade version due to space constraints.



* WolverineClaws: Chin Seimei's weapon of choice.

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* WolverineClaws: Chin Seimei's His optional weapon of choice.in the NES version.



* DefeatMeansFriendship: Becomes a playable after the Lee bros defeat him.
* FragileSpeedster: He's the fastest playable character, but deals the least damage.

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* DefeatMeansFriendship: Becomes a playable after A ninja master who fights the Lee bros defeat him.
brothers in Japan for the second of the three Rosetta Stones. In the NES version he joins the player's party after being defeated.
* AdaptationalHeroism
* DefeatMeansFriendship
* FragileSpeedster: He's the fastest playable character, but deals has the least damage.HP out of the four playable characters in the NES version.



* DelinquentHair: She has a mohawk according to the manual, but it looks more like a rattail within the game.

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* CanonForeigner: The arcade version had no female mooks.
* DelinquentHair: She has is drawn with a mohawk according to in the Japanese manual, but it looks more like a rattail within the game.



* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: Is the lone female of the Black Warriors and has a mohawk, just like Linda who doesn't appear within the third game.

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* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: Is the lone female of the Black Warriors and has a mohawk, just like To Linda who doesn't appear within from the third game. first two games.



* AvengingTheVillain: He is Willy's brother, and wants to avenge his defeat.

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The leader of the Neo Black Warriors who serves as the Mission 1 boss in ''Double Dragon 3''.
* AvengingTheVillain: He is Willy's brother, and wants to avenge his defeat.AvengingTheVillain



[[folder: Martial Artists]]
* UniqueEnemy: They only show up in mission III of the NES game.
* NoNameGiven: The name for this enemy type isn't given anywhere.
* SaiGuy: They use sais which work just like the bottle weapon. Sais can also can be taken for use by the player.

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[[folder: Martial Artists]]
* UniqueEnemy: They only show up
[[folder:Li Chenglong]]
[[quoteright:31:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/LiChenglong_7729.gif]]
A Chinese martial arts who confront the Lee brothers for the first Rosetta Stone
in mission III of the arcade version.
* AdaptedOut: Chin Seimei replaces him as the second boss in
the NES game.
version.
* NoNameGiven: The name for this enemy type isn't given anywhere.
* SaiGuy: They use sais which work just like the bottle weapon. Sais can also can be taken for use by the player.
BruceLeeClone: A much more blatant example than Billy and Jimmy themselves



[[folder: Ninjas]]
* GratuitousNinja: While it makes sense to encounter Ninjas in Japan, its quite odd to see them in an ancient Egyptian temple.
* NoNameGiven: The name for this enemy type isn't given anywhere.

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[[folder: Ninjas]]
[[folder:Giulano]]
A warrior dressed in gladiator gear who fights the player in the fourth stage of the arcade version.
* GratuitousNinja: While AdaptedOut: Replaced by an unnamed Urquidez Brother in the NES version.
* AmazingTechnicolorAdaptation: He reappears in Mission 5 with gray skin.
* BladeOnAStick: Uses a double sided glaive to beat his opponents,
it makes sense to encounter Ninjas in Japan, its quite odd to see them in an ancient Egyptian temple.
* NoNameGiven: The name for this enemy type isn't given anywhere.
gives him alot of range.



[[folder: Gladiators]]
* AnnoyingArrows: Their counterparts in the arcade game shoot arrows which mostly just knock the player down. Otherwise the gladiators are more likely to whack the player [[ImprobableUseOfAWeapon with their bow]].
* JavelinThrower: Will throw an endless supply of Javelins at the player in the NES version.
* NoNameGiven: The name for this enemy type isn't given anywhere.

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[[folder: Gladiators]]
* AnnoyingArrows: Their counterparts
!Introduced in Super Double Dragon
[[folder:Duke]]
[[quoteright:70:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/duke_2844.png]]
* AsskickingEqualsAuthority: He's one of
the arcade game shoot arrows which mostly just knock toughest bosses, and high ranking due to his skills
* DemotedToDragon: In
the player down. Otherwise the gladiators are more likely to whack the player [[ImprobableUseOfAWeapon with their bow]].
* JavelinThrower: Will throw an endless supply of Javelins at the player in the NES version.
* NoNameGiven: The name for this enemy type isn't given anywhere.
Neo-Geo game, he's Shuko's right hand man.



[[folder:Li Chenglong]]
[[quoteright:31:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/LiChenglong_7729.gif]]
* AdaptedOut: In the NES version, Seimei is the boss of the China stage while Li is nowhere to be found.
* BruceLeeClone: Based on Bruce Lee from Enter the Dragon.

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[[folder:Li Chenglong]]
[[quoteright:31:http://static.
!Introduced in the animated series
[[folder:Shadow Master]]
[[quoteright:61:http://static.
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* AdaptedOut: In BifurcatedWeapon: His scythe can split into a sword and a smaller scythe
* BigBad
* EvilSoundsDeep
* EvilUncle
* NiceJobFixingItVillain: If not because Shadow Master ordered to kill Jimmy, he wouldn't have turned to
the NES version, Seimei is the boss side of the China stage while Li is nowhere to be found.
good.
* BruceLeeClone: Based on Bruce Lee from Enter the Dragon.SinisterScythe



[[folder:Giulano]]
* AdaptedOut: Not in the NES version where Roney is the boss of Italy.
* AmazingTechnicolorAdaptation: He's found in Cleopatra's temple with a grey skintone, possibly to mark him as undead.
* BladeOnAStick: Giulano is a gladiator that uses a double sided glaive to beat his opponents, it gives him alot of range.
* NintendoHard: Giulano is significantly harder then most other bosses outside of maybe [[FinalBoss Cleopatra]].

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[[folder:Giulano]]
[[folder:Countdown]]
[[quoteright:67:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/countdown_5753.gif]]
* AdaptedOut: Not in the NES version where Roney is the boss of Italy.
ScaryBlackMan
* AmazingTechnicolorAdaptation: He's found in Cleopatra's temple with a grey skintone, possibly to mark him as undead.
* BladeOnAStick: Giulano is a gladiator that uses a double sided glaive to beat his opponents, it gives him alot of range.
* NintendoHard: Giulano is significantly harder then most other bosses outside of maybe [[FinalBoss Cleopatra]].
TheStarscream



!Introduced in Super Double Dragon
[[folder:Duke]]
[[quoteright:70:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/duke_2844.png]]
* AsskickingEqualsAuthority: He's one of the toughest bosses, and high ranking due to his skills
* DemotedToDragon: In the Neo-Geo game, he's Shuko's right hand man.
* NamesTheSame: As the codename of the GIJoe field commander.

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!Introduced in Super Double Dragon
[[folder:Duke]]
[[quoteright:70:http://static.
[[folder:Icepick]]
[[quoteright:67:http://static.
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org/pmwiki/pub/images/icepick_9274.gif]]
* AsskickingEqualsAuthority: He's one of AnIcePerson: His body looks like ice, though he doesn't seem to manipulate ice.
* EvilGenius
* NumberTwo: Shadow Master's most important lieutenant in
the toughest bosses, and high ranking due to his skills
* DemotedToDragon: In the Neo-Geo game, he's Shuko's right hand man.
* NamesTheSame: As the codename of the GIJoe field commander.
series.



!Introduced in the animated series
[[folder:Shadow Master]]
[[quoteright:61:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/shadow_7811.gif]]
* BifurcatedWeapon: His scythe can split into a sword and a smaller scythe
* BigBad
* EvilSoundsDeep
* EvilUncle
* NiceJobFixingItVillain: If not because Shadow Master ordered to kill Jimmy, he wouldn't have turned to the side of good.
* SinisterScythe

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!Introduced in the animated series
[[folder:Shadow Master]]
[[quoteright:61:http://static.
[[folder:Jawbreaker]]
[[quoteright:53:http://static.
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* BifurcatedWeapon: His scythe can split into a sword and a smaller scythe
* BigBad
* EvilSoundsDeep
* EvilUncle
* NiceJobFixingItVillain: If not because
BlindAndTheBeast: Jawbreaker befriends the Samantha (Commissioner Briggs' blind daughter) after kidnapping her under the Shadow Master ordered Master's orders in "The Sight of Freedom". When Icepick orders him to kill Jimmy, he wouldn't have turned to "[[NeverSayDie eliminate]]" the side of good.
girl, Jawbreaker rebels against the Shadow Warriors and rescues her.
* SinisterScytheHeelFaceTurn



[[folder:Countdown]]
[[quoteright:67:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/countdown_5753.gif]]
* ScaryBlackMan
* TheStarscream

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[[folder:Countdown]]
[[quoteright:67:http://static.
[[folder:Sickle]]
[[quoteright:59:http://static.
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* ScaryBlackMan
TheDragon: He is actually the third in command, but since Icepick mostly remains at the lab, it's Sickle who is left in charge for the field missions.
* TheStarscreamKnifeNut: Subverted since, despite two huge blades being his WeaponOfChoice, he's afraid of knifes.
* MasterOfDisguise



[[folder:Icepick]]
[[quoteright:67:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/icepick_9274.gif]]
* AnIcePerson: His body looks like ice, though he doesn't seem to manipulate ice.
* EvilGenius
* NumberTwo: Shadow Master's most important lieutenant in the series.

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[[folder:Icepick]]
[[quoteright:67:http://static.
[[folder:Triggerhappy]]
[[quoteright:51:http://static.
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* AnIcePerson: His body looks like ice, though he doesn't seem to manipulate ice.
ArmCannon
* EvilGenius
{{BFG}}
* NumberTwo: Shadow Master's most important lieutenant SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: To Willy, who was written-off in the series.second episode.
* TriggerHappy: It's his name after all.



[[folder:Jawbreaker]]
[[quoteright:53:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/jawbreaker_4943.gif]]
* BlindAndTheBeast: Jawbreaker befriends the Samantha (Commissioner Briggs' blind daughter) after kidnapping her under the Shadow Master's orders in "The Sight of Freedom". When Icepick orders him to "[[NeverSayDie eliminate]]" the girl, Jawbreaker rebels against the Shadow Warriors and rescues her.
* HeelFaceTurn

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[[folder:Jawbreaker]]
[[quoteright:53:http://static.
!Introduced in Double Dragon V
[[folder:Blade]]
[[quoteright:60:http://static.
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* BlindAndTheBeast: Jawbreaker befriends EyepatchOfPower
* NamesTheSame: With Blade from
the Samantha (Commissioner Briggs' blind daughter) after kidnapping her under ''VideoGame/StreetFighterTheMovie'' arcade game. Coincidentally, they're both dressed like the Shadow Master's orders in "The Sight of Freedom". When Icepick orders him to "[[NeverSayDie eliminate]]" the girl, Jawbreaker rebels against the Shadow Warriors and rescues her.
* HeelFaceTurn
{{mook}}s from their respective source materials.



[[folder:Sickle]]
[[quoteright:59:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/sickle_1656.gif]]
* TheDragon: He is actually the third in command, but since Icepick mostly remains at the lab, it's Sickle who is left in charge for the field missions.
* KnifeNut: Subverted since, despite two huge blades being his WeaponOfChoice, he's afraid of knifes.
* MasterOfDisguise

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[[folder:Sickle]]
[[quoteright:59:http://static.
[[folder:Bones]]
[[quoteright:64:http://static.
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* TheDragon: He is actually the third in command, but since Icepick mostly remains at the lab, DemBones
* NamesTheSame: With [[ComicBook/InfinityInc Mr. Bones]] or [[{{Series/Bones}} Temperance "Bones" Brennan]]. Of course,
it's Sickle who is left in charge for the field missions.
* KnifeNut: Subverted since, despite two huge blades being his WeaponOfChoice, he's afraid of knifes.
* MasterOfDisguise
very easy to get this trope with a single-word name.



[[folder:Triggerhappy]]
[[quoteright:51:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/triggerhappy_2810.gif]]
* ArmCannon
* {{BFG}}
* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: To Willy, who was written-off in the second episode.
* TriggerHappy: It's his name after all.

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[[folder:Triggerhappy]]
[[quoteright:51:http://static.
[[folder:Dominique]]
[[quoteright:60:http://static.
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* ArmCannon
* {{BFG}}
* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: To Willy, who was written-off in
TheDragon: In the second episode.
''V'' game.
* TriggerHappy: It's his name after all.{{Expy}}: To Linda
* PunnyName: "Dominique" sounds kind of similar to "dominatrix", and she looks like one.
* WhipItGood



!Introduced in Double Dragon V
[[folder:Blade]]
[[quoteright:60:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/blade_3284.gif]]
* EyepatchOfPower
* NamesTheSame: With Blade from the ''VideoGame/StreetFighterTheMovie'' arcade game. Coincidentally, they're both dressed like the {{mook}}s from their respective source materials.

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!Introduced in Double Dragon V
[[folder:Blade]]
[[quoteright:60:http://static.
[[folder:Sekka]]
[[quoteright:65:http://static.
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* EyepatchOfPower
DarkActionGirl
* NamesTheSame: With DistaffCounterpart: To Blade from the ''VideoGame/StreetFighterTheMovie'' arcade game. Coincidentally, they're in terms of character designs, since they both dressed like wear the {{mook}}s from their respective source materials.generic Shadow Warrior uniform.



[[folder:Bones]]
[[quoteright:64:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/bones_1679.gif]]
* DemBones
* NamesTheSame: With [[ComicBook/InfinityInc Mr. Bones]] or [[{{Series/Bones}} Temperance "Bones" Brennan]]. Of course, it's very easy to get this trope with a single-word name.

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[[folder:Bones]]
[[quoteright:64:http://static.
!Introduced in the movie

[[folder:Koga Shuko]]
[[quoteright:59:http://static.
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org/pmwiki/pub/images/shuko_9213.png]]
* DemBones
BigBad
* NamesTheSame: With [[ComicBook/InfinityInc Mr. Bones]] or [[{{Series/Bones}} Temperance "Bones" Brennan]]. Of course, it's very easy to get this trope with a single-word name.CanonImmigrant: He made his way into the Neo Geo fighting game, retaining his BigBad position.



[[folder:Dominique]]
[[quoteright:60:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/dominique_4423.gif]]
* TheDragon: In the ''V'' game.
* {{Expy}}: To Linda
* PunnyName: "Dominique" sounds kind of similar to "dominatrix", and she looks like one.
* WhipItGood

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[[folder:Dominique]]
[[quoteright:60:http://static.

!Introduced in the Neo-Geo game

[[folder:Amon]]
[[quoteright:72:http://static.
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org/pmwiki/pub/images/amon_5716.png]]
* TheDragon: In AsianRuneChant: His super move, the ''V'' game.
''Onmyo Bakuen Satsu'' (Yin-Yang Burning Kill).
* {{Expy}}: To Linda
* PunnyName: "Dominique" sounds kind of
He looks very similar to "dominatrix", and she looks like one.
Yagyu Ranzou from the third arcade/NES game.
* WhipItGood{{Ninja}}



[[folder:Sekka]]
[[quoteright:65:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/sekka_7660.gif]]
* DarkActionGirl
* DistaffCounterpart: To Blade in terms of character designs, since they both wear the generic Shadow Warrior uniform.

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[[folder:Sekka]]
[[quoteright:65:http://static.
[[folder:Cheng-Fu]]
[[quoteright:54:http://static.
tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/sekka_7660.gif]]
org/pmwiki/pub/images/cheng_9106.png]]
* DarkActionGirl
* DistaffCounterpart: To Blade in terms of character designs, since they both wear the generic Shadow Warrior uniform.
DrunkenMaster



!Introduced in the movie

[[folder:Koga Shuko]]
[[quoteright:59:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/shuko_9213.png]]
* BigBad
* CanonImmigrant: He made his way into the Neo Geo fighting game, retaining his BigBad position.

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!Introduced in the movie

[[folder:Koga Shuko]]
[[quoteright:59:http://static.
[[folder:Patrick Dulton]]
[[quoteright:55:http://static.
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* BigBad
EagleLand
* CanonImmigrant: He made his way into ShoutOutThemeNaming: His names, hairstyle and dress sense probably reference Dalton, [[Creator/PatrickSwayze Patrick Swayze's]] character in [[Film/RoadHouse Road House]].
* SpellMyNameWithAnS: The manual for
the Neo Geo fighting game, retaining his BigBad position.Neo-Geo version spells Dulton as "Dalton."




!Introduced in the Neo-Geo game

[[folder:Amon]]
[[quoteright:72:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/amon_5716.png]]
* AsianRuneChant: His super move, the ''Onmyo Bakuen Satsu'' (Yin-Yang Burning Kill).
* {{Expy}}: He looks very similar to Yagyu Ranzou from the third arcade/NES game.
* {{Ninja}}

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\n!Introduced in the Neo-Geo game\n\n[[folder:Amon]]\n[[quoteright:72:http://static.[[folder:Eddie Jenkins]]
[[quoteright:56:http://static.
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* AsianRuneChant: His super move, the ''Onmyo Bakuen Satsu'' (Yin-Yang Burning Kill).
* {{Expy}}: He looks very similar to Yagyu Ranzou from the third arcade/NES game.
* {{Ninja}}
ScaryBlackMan



[[folder:Cheng-Fu]]
[[quoteright:54:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/cheng_9106.png]]
* DrunkenMaster

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[[folder:Cheng-Fu]]
[[quoteright:54:http://static.
[[folder:Rebecca Brielle]]
[[quoteright:61:http://static.
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* DrunkenMasterActionGirl



[[folder:Patrick Dulton]]
[[quoteright:55:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/dulton_3721.png]]
* EagleLand
* ShoutOutThemeNaming: His names, hairstyle and dress sense probably reference Dalton, [[Creator/PatrickSwayze Patrick Swayze's]] character in [[Film/RoadHouse Road House]].
* SpellMyNameWithAnS: The manual for the Neo-Geo version spells Dulton as "Dalton."
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Eddie Jenkins]]
[[quoteright:56:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/eddie_8675.png]]
* ScaryBlackMan
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Rebecca Brielle]]
[[quoteright:61:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/rebecca_9240.png]]
* ActionGirl
[[/folder]]
2nd Sep '17 10:08:52 AM Scalondragon
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* StuffedInTheFridge - The second arcade game begins exactly the same way as the first game... Only instead of being kidnapped, Marian is gunned down to death by Machine Gun Willy. Ouch! [[spoiler: Unlike the NES and PC-Engine versions, she ''stays dead.''
The last shot at the end of the arcade and computer versions is of a picture of Marian, Billy and Jimmy before her death.]]

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* StuffedInTheFridge - The second arcade game begins exactly the same way as the first game... Only instead of being kidnapped, Marian is gunned down to death by Machine Gun Willy. Ouch! Ouch! [[spoiler: Unlike the NES and PC-Engine versions, she ''stays dead.''
The last shot at
'']] Same with the end of the arcade and computer versions is of a picture of Marian, Billy and Jimmy before her death.]]Double Dragon II.
2nd Sep '17 10:06:45 AM Scalondragon
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* AdaptationDyeJob: Blond in the arcade games and Neon, brown hair in the NES games and black hair in the animated series.

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* AdaptationDyeJob: Blond in the arcade games and Neon, brown hair in both the NES games and PC-Engine games. and black hair in the animated series.



* AdaptationDyeJob: Brown hair in the arcade games and Neon, blond in the NES games and animated series.

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* AdaptationDyeJob: Brown hair in the arcade games and Neon, blond in the NES and PC-Engine games and animated series.



* [[spoiler:BackFromTheDead: In the NES ''Double Dragon II''.]]

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* [[spoiler:BackFromTheDead: In the NES and PC-Engine ''Double Dragon II''.II'' games.]]



* [[spoiler:SparedByTheAdaptation: Marian is revived in the NES adaptation.]]

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* [[spoiler:SparedByTheAdaptation: Marian is revived in the NES and PC-Engine adaptation.]]



* StuffedInTheFridge - The second arcade game begins exactly the same way as the first game... Only instead of being kidnapped, Marian is gunned down to death by Machine Gun Willy. Ouch!

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* StuffedInTheFridge - The second arcade game begins exactly the same way as the first game... Only instead of being kidnapped, Marian is gunned down to death by Machine Gun Willy. Ouch!Ouch! [[spoiler: Unlike the NES and PC-Engine versions, she ''stays dead.''
The last shot at the end of the arcade and computer versions is of a picture of Marian, Billy and Jimmy before her death.]]
25th May '17 3:10:54 PM Felipehc188
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* DiscOneNuke: she can throw shurikens. And in the hands of a player, she can deal with the strongest characters from a safe distance, this is balanced by her stamina, see FragileSpeedster below.

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* DiscOneNuke: she can throw shurikens. And in the hands of a player, she can deal with the strongest characters from a safe distance, this is balanced by distance. However, the shurikens are limited (unless you lose a life) and her stamina, stamina is below average, see FragileSpeedster below.
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