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26th Apr '16 4:55:13 AM DarthEnderX
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26th Apr '16 4:49:40 AM DarthEnderX
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!Characters introduced in ''Fatal Fury: First Contact''

!!Lao - ''USA''

->A strong yet sluggish man who isn't exactly the sharpest knife when it comes to thinking.

* AscendedExtra - Only for this game. Makes a cameo latter as one of the Lillien Knights under B. Jenet's service.
* ShoutOut - His father, mother, and sister are respectively named Darren, Samantha, and Tabitha and his dog is named Lassie. Somebody at SNK must have been a big fan of 1960's Hollywood sitcoms.




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!Characters introduced in ''Fatal Fury: First Contact''

!!Lao - ''USA''

->A strong yet sluggish man who isn't exactly the sharpest knife when it comes to thinking.

* AscendedExtra - Only for this game. Makes a cameo latter as one of the Lillien Knights under B. Jenet's service.
* ShoutOut - His father, mother, and sister are respectively named Darren, Samantha, and Tabitha and his dog is named Lassie. Somebody at SNK must have been a big fan of 1960's Hollywood sitcoms.
25th Apr '16 7:29:31 PM SolidSonicTH
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* KaizoTrap - When his life bar is depleted when you're on match point, White will deploy a cheap shot from his staff. You have to dodge this and score one final hit on him to end the match.

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* KaizoTrap - When his life bar is depleted when you're on match point, White will deploy a cheap shot from his staff.staff, which is a OneHitKO. You have to dodge this and score one final hit on him to end the match.
25th Apr '16 7:28:27 PM SolidSonicTH
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* KaizoTrap - When his life bar is depleted when you're on match point, White will deploy a cheap shot from his staff. You have to dodge this and score one final hit on him to end the match.
14th Apr '16 3:27:52 PM contrafanxxx
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* NiceGirl - While she's serious about her job, she's usually very friendly.
11th Apr '16 8:29:51 PM DarthEnderX
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The main protagonist of the series who happens to be an expert street fighter. A young man who grew up in Southtown, he and his young brother Andy were adopted by Jeff Bogard, a rival martial arts student of Geese Howard. Out of spite and jealously, Geese had killed Jeff in front of him, and both Terry and Andy seek revenge against him. After countless battles and many struggles, Terry defeats Geese from within their last fight at the top of Geese's personal tower building ([[spoiler:and tries to save Geese from falling off in the end, only to see that Geese had refused his help and allowed himself to fall to his own death]]) and in due time, Terry adopts Geese's young son, Rock, to raise and ensure that he doesn't go down the same path as Geese himself.

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The ->The main protagonist of the series who happens to be an expert street fighter. A young man who grew up in Southtown, he and his young brother Andy were adopted by Jeff Bogard, a rival martial arts student of Geese Howard. Out of spite and jealously, Geese had killed Jeff in front of him, and both Terry and Andy seek revenge against him. After countless battles and many struggles, Terry defeats Geese from within their last fight at the top of Geese's personal tower building ([[spoiler:and tries to save Geese from falling off in the end, only to see that Geese had refused his help and allowed himself to fall to his own death]]) and in due time, Terry adopts Geese's young son, Rock, to raise and ensure that he doesn't go down the same path as Geese himself.



The younger brother of Terry and a McNinja. He was taught a basic form of Shuranui ninjitsu by Mai's grandfather Hanzo. After hearing of his father Jeff's death at the hands of Geese Howard, he joins forces with Terry and Joe Higashi, and the three of them enter Geese's King of Fighters tournament. Although Andy fights Geese first, he loses badly, and Terry finishes the villain off... maybe. He's also the apple of Mai's eye, although he rejects her advances.

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The ->The younger brother of Terry and a McNinja. He was taught a basic form of Shuranui ninjitsu by Mai's grandfather Hanzo. After hearing of his father Jeff's death at the hands of Geese Howard, he joins forces with Terry and Joe Higashi, and the three of them enter Geese's King of Fighters tournament. Although Andy fights Geese first, he loses badly, and Terry finishes the villain off... maybe. He's also the apple of Mai's eye, although he rejects her advances.



A Japanese man who is well versed in the fighting art of Muay Thai. He is the best friend and friendly rival of both Bogard brothers and helped them fight against Geese and his henchmen in the first game. After that, [[DemotedToExtra well]]...

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A ->A Japanese man who is well versed in the fighting art of Muay Thai. He is the best friend and friendly rival of both Bogard brothers and helped them fight against Geese and his henchmen in the first game. After that, [[DemotedToExtra well]]...



A street breakdancer who appears in the first game as one of the competitors. In the second game, he opens a nightclub (alongside [[VideoGame/ArtOfFighting King]]), but still fights every now and then. Notable for [[HeadPet keeping a duckling in his mohawk]].

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A ->A street breakdancer who appears in the first game as one of the competitors. In the second game, he opens a nightclub (alongside [[VideoGame/ArtOfFighting King]]), but still fights every now and then. Notable for [[HeadPet keeping a duckling in his mohawk]].



A Brazilian Capoeira master who happens to be the owner of the Pao Pao Cafe, a popular Southtown drinking spot. He competed in the first King of Fighters tournament, but after losing in the competition, he had decided step into the background and focus more on his restaurant. Throughout the series, he can be seen running the Pao Pao Cafe in cutscenes (and in Bob's intro in the third game).

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Brazilian Capoeira master who happens to be the owner of the Pao Pao Cafe, a popular Southtown drinking spot. He competed in the first King of Fighters tournament, but after losing in the competition, he had decided step into the background and focus more on his restaurant. Throughout the series, he can be seen running the Pao Pao Cafe in cutscenes (and in Bob's intro in the third game).



An African-American boxer who seeks to test his skills out against many opponents. He competed in the first game, but after losing from within the competition, had decided to retire from mainstream fighting, though he does help train Axel Hawk from time to time.

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An
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African-American boxer who seeks to test his skills out against many opponents. He competed in the first game, but after losing from within the competition, had decided to retire from mainstream fighting, though he does help train Axel Hawk from time to time.



The Chinese master of Hakkyokuseiken and mentor to both Terry and Andy. He, along with the trio of Terry, Andy, and Joe had participated in Geese's King of Fighters tournament but doesn't win. Later on, he accepts the Jin brothers (Chonshu and Chonrei) as his new understudies.

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The
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Chinese master of Hakkyokuseiken and mentor to both Terry and Andy. He, along with the trio of Terry, Andy, and Joe had participated in Geese's King of Fighters tournament but doesn't win. Later on, he accepts the Jin brothers (Chonshu and Chonrei) as his new understudies.



An arrogant Muay Thai fighter and early rival of Joe, he becomes a more formidable fighter after getting a little tipsy. Eventually smooths out his rivalry with Joe and the two are now good friends.

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An
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arrogant Muay Thai fighter and early rival of Joe, he becomes a more formidable fighter after getting a little tipsy. Eventually smooths out his rivalry with Joe and the two are now good friends.



A pro wrestler that has two personas, representing good and bad. When being villainous, he takes on the name "Raiden" and wears a mask. When portraying a more righteous character, he does not wear the mask and goes by the name "Big Bear". Works under Geese during the original ''Fatal Fury'' but breaks away once Geese is defeated by Terry.

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pro wrestler that has two personas, representing good and bad. When being villainous, he takes on the name "Raiden" and wears a mask. When portraying a more righteous character, he does not wear the mask and goes by the name "Big Bear". Works under Geese during the original ''Fatal Fury'' but breaks away once Geese is defeated by Terry.



Geese Howard's British right-hand man. He wields a staff that freely separates into multiple chained sections, and which he can light on fire. His devotion to Geese is total, and if you want to get to Geese, you have to go through Billy. [[BigBrotherInstinct Only his sister]] [[MoralityPet is closer to him]].

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Geese ->Geese Howard's British right-hand man. He wields a staff that freely separates into multiple chained sections, and which he can light on fire. His devotion to Geese is total, and if you want to get to Geese, you have to go through Billy. [[BigBrotherInstinct Only his sister]] [[MoralityPet is closer to him]].



The BigBad. Formerly the Chief of Police for Southtown (as seen in ''VideoGame/ArtOfFighting 2''), he stepped down from that role when he decided crime was more profitable. He killed Jeff Bogard when Tung Fu Rue chose Jeff to inherit his secrets, and has a vendetta against Bogard's sons as well. Waterfowl names were never so scary before.

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The ->The BigBad. Formerly the Chief of Police for Southtown (as seen in ''VideoGame/ArtOfFighting 2''), he stepped down from that role when he decided crime was more profitable. He killed Jeff Bogard when Tung Fu Rue chose Jeff to inherit his secrets, and has a vendetta against Bogard's sons as well. Waterfowl names were never so scary before.



A beautiful kunoichi from Japan. Her grandfather trained Andy and she herself has a bit of a crush on the man herself. Best known for her outfit (or [[{{Stripperific}} lack thereof]]). Her main mode of attack are folding fans she carries.

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A ->A beautiful kunoichi from Japan. Her grandfather trained Andy and she herself has a bit of a crush on the man herself. Best known for her outfit (or [[{{Stripperific}} lack thereof]]). Her main mode of attack are folding fans she carries.



A Korean Taekwondo expert and champion of ''justice''! He's also a pretty good father, and his sons are his foremost students.

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A ->A Korean Taekwondo expert and champion of ''justice''! He's also a pretty good father, and his sons are his foremost students.



An ancient judo master and longtime friend of Mai's father who pervs out on Mai constantly.

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An ->An ancient judo master and longtime friend of Mai's father who pervs out on Mai constantly.



A Hong Kong Chinese Tai Chi expert whose strong power is as big as his own greed. Seeks to make himself even more rich from within his participation in the King of Fighters tournament.

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A ->A Hong Kong Chinese Tai Chi expert whose strong power is as big as his own greed. Seeks to make himself even more rich from within his participation in the King of Fighters tournament.



A cruel, abrasive, rotund pro boxer with a mean streak a mile wide and a soft spot for his mother that's even bigger.

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cruel, abrasive, rotund pro boxer with a mean streak a mile wide and a soft spot for his mother that's even bigger.



A prissy, aristocatic Spanish matador who serves as Wolfgang Krauser's perrenial right hand man.

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A ->A prissy, aristocatic Spanish matador who serves as Wolfgang Krauser's perrenial right hand man.



The well-known and respected Earl of Stolheim in Germany [[spoiler:who happens to be the half-brother of Geese Howard]]. A cultured gentleman outside of the ring, he shows no compunction in a fight and will always commit the full extent of his ability in any battle.

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The ->The well-known and respected Earl of Stolheim in Germany [[spoiler:who happens to be the half-brother of Geese Howard]]. A cultured gentleman outside of the ring, he shows no compunction in a fight and will always commit the full extent of his ability in any battle.



GuestFighter from the ''VideoGame/ArtOfFighting'' series, where he serves as the protagonist and main character. The son of Takuma Sakazaki, older brother of Yuri Sakazaki, and best friend/rival of Robert Garcia. Practices Kyokugenryu karate, which was created by his father. Originally appeared in ''Fatal Fury Special'' as a hidden boss character. Canonically, he is considerably older than the main cast of ''Fatal Fury'', which is reflected in his second appearance during ''Wild Ambition'' (where he uses the moniker "Mr. Karate II", which is taken from his father's on-again, off-again persona).

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GuestFighter
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from the ''VideoGame/ArtOfFighting'' series, where he serves as the protagonist and main character. The son of Takuma Sakazaki, older brother of Yuri Sakazaki, and best friend/rival of Robert Garcia. Practices Kyokugenryu karate, which was created by his father. Originally appeared in ''Fatal Fury Special'' as a hidden boss character. Canonically, he is considerably older than the main cast of ''Fatal Fury'', which is reflected in his second appearance during ''Wild Ambition'' (where he uses the moniker "Mr. Karate II", which is taken from his father's on-again, off-again persona).



A Southtown freelance agent who takes up any case that comes her way. Had a boyfriend named Butch who was killed on duty when working as a Secret Service agent. Practices Combat Sambo in her spare time and has a dog named Anton.

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Southtown freelance agent who takes up any case that comes her way. Had a boyfriend named Butch who was killed on duty when working as a Secret Service agent. Practices Combat Sambo in her spare time and has a dog named Anton.



A Capoeira student of Richard Meyer. Works at the Pao Pao Cafe with Richard and trains in Capoeria from within his spare time. Also manages the second branch of the Pao Pao Cafe.

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Capoeira student of Richard Meyer. Works at the Pao Pao Cafe with Richard and trains in Capoeria from within his spare time. Also manages the second branch of the Pao Pao Cafe.



An Italian-American former kickboxing Super Heavyweight champion whose great strength is matched only by his big heart. Having retired from kickboxing, he was working as an airplane mechanic in Southtown when his son was kidnapped by Yamazaki to draw him into the battle for Jin's secret scrolls. In ''Real Bout'', he resolves to make a comeback, with his wife's blessing.

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Italian-American former kickboxing Super Heavyweight champion whose great strength is matched only by his big heart. Having retired from kickboxing, he was working as an airplane mechanic in Southtown when his son was kidnapped by Yamazaki to draw him into the battle for Jin's secret scrolls. In ''Real Bout'', he resolves to make a comeback, with his wife's blessing.



An eccentric police officer from Hong Kong and an old friend of Cheng Sinzan. Though klutzy and a little headstrong, he is diligent and popular among his colleagues. His pursuit of Yamazaki brought him to Southtown and the battle for the scrolls. His weapon of choice is a pair of nunchaku, which are set ablaze during some of his special moves.

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An ->An eccentric police officer from Hong Kong and an old friend of Cheng Sinzan. Though klutzy and a little headstrong, he is diligent and popular among his colleagues. His pursuit of Yamazaki brought him to Southtown and the battle for the scrolls. His weapon of choice is a pair of nunchaku, which are set ablaze during some of his special moves.



A monk of a Buddhist order that has a steep rivalry with the Shiranui clan (the clan Mai belongs to and that Andy trained under). Wields a staff that he can magically control. He had arrived in Southtown to destroy the Jin scrolls, which he perceives as a great evil.

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A ->A monk of a Buddhist order that has a steep rivalry with the Shiranui clan (the clan Mai belongs to and that Andy trained under). Wields a staff that he can magically control. He had arrived in Southtown to destroy the Jin scrolls, which he perceives as a great evil.



An unhinged, murderous Yakuza, hired by the Jin brothers to look for the Jin Scrolls while serving as their bodyguard. Fighting with a self-taught version of Okinawan karate, he also carries a large knife and won't hesitate to use it. [[AlternateContinuity ''The King of Fighters '97'']] reveals that he possesses the blood of the {{Orochi}}, which explains a ''lot''.

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An ->An unhinged, murderous Yakuza, hired by the Jin brothers to look for the Jin Scrolls while serving as their bodyguard. Fighting with a self-taught version of Okinawan karate, he also carries a large knife and won't hesitate to use it. [[AlternateContinuity ''The King of Fighters '97'']] reveals that he possesses the blood of the {{Orochi}}, which explains a ''lot''.



One half of the Jin brothers who had hired Yamazaki in order to search for the Jin scrolls, a powerful tome that is part of their ancestry. Said to be very stubborn and headstrong, with an inability to understand defeat.

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One ->One half of the Jin brothers who had hired Yamazaki in order to search for the Jin scrolls, a powerful tome that is part of their ancestry. Said to be very stubborn and headstrong, with an inability to understand defeat.



Chonshu's brother and the ultimate opponent of ''Fatal Fury 3''. Protector of his brother to a near-fanatical degree. Following ''Fatal Fury 3'', supposedly both brothers mellow out and enter Tung Fu Rue's tutelage.

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brother and the ultimate opponent of ''Fatal Fury 3''. Protector of his brother to a near-fanatical degree. Following ''Fatal Fury 3'', supposedly both brothers mellow out and enter Tung Fu Rue's tutelage.



A young man whose passion is flying. Became the main protagonist in ''Dominated Mind'' to defend his village and to get revenge against White for killing his grandfather.

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A ->A young man whose passion is flying. Became the main protagonist in ''Dominated Mind'' to defend his village and to get revenge against White for killing his grandfather.



A dangerous British drug lord who has more than a few screws loose in his head. Wields a staff and has powers of mind control. Loathes society and desires to remake it in an image he sees fit.

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A ->A dangerous British drug lord who has more than a few screws loose in his head. Wields a staff and has powers of mind control. Loathes society and desires to remake it in an image he sees fit.



A Chinese-American girl from the Chinatown district of Southtown, part-time waitress and [[BigEater full-time face-stuffer.]] She knows Kung Fu.

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A ->A Chinese-American girl from the Chinatown district of Southtown, part-time waitress and [[BigEater full-time face-stuffer.]] She knows Kung Fu.



A Native American boxer who works prize fights at a casino. Believing he has a higher calling as a fighter than simply acting as a showpiece, he decides to enter a street fighting tournament.

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Native American boxer who works prize fights at a casino. Believing he has a higher calling as a fighter than simply acting as a showpiece, he decides to enter a street fighting tournament.



Son of Geese and adopted by Terry. Has a grudge against his father for abandoning him and his mother which caused her death [[spoiler:though Kain says otherwise]]. Although his fighting skills were taught by Terry, he somehow acquired some of Geese's attacks as well. He entered the tournament to find information about his mother.

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Son ->Son of Geese and adopted by Terry. Has a grudge against his father for abandoning him and his mother which caused her death [[spoiler:though Kain says otherwise]]. Although his fighting skills were taught by Terry, he somehow acquired some of Geese's attacks as well. He entered the tournament to find information about his mother.



A rich aristocrat who fled from her parents to become a captain of a crew of modern-day pirates out of sheer boredom. Became interested when she found out that the sponsor of the tournament was quite wealthy. Quite the AttentionWhore. (When she runs, she ''waves''.)

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rich aristocrat who fled from her parents to become a captain of a crew of modern-day pirates out of sheer boredom. Became interested when she found out that the sponsor of the tournament was quite wealthy. Quite the AttentionWhore. (When she runs, she ''waves''.)



A man well-versed in Chinese martial arts involving powerful strikes. He is Hotaru's brother although [[InsistentTerminology he constantly denies it]]. He enters the tournament to prove he is the strongest and get {{revenge}} on his father.

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A ->A man well-versed in Chinese martial arts involving powerful strikes. He is Hotaru's brother although [[InsistentTerminology he constantly denies it]]. He enters the tournament to prove he is the strongest and get {{revenge}} on his father.



Gato's little sister who is well-versed in Chinese martial arts involving soft strikes and [[KiAttacks ki blasts]]. She enters the tournament hoping she could convince her brother to come back to her.

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Gato's
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little sister who is well-versed in Chinese martial arts involving soft strikes and [[KiAttacks ki blasts]]. She enters the tournament hoping she could convince her brother to come back to her.



A Mexican Luchador wearing a griffon mask. He enters the tournament for his fans and for charity. At the end of the tournament, [[spoiler:he retires]] but comes back anyway after he caught a glimpse of a young fan who admires him.

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Mexican Luchador wearing a griffon mask. He enters the tournament for his fans and for charity. At the end of the tournament, [[spoiler:he retires]] but comes back anyway after he caught a glimpse of a young fan who admires him.



A nihilistic British SerialKiller who lives for life-and-death thrills and views his murders as works of art. A year prior to the events of MotW, he killed Kevin Rian's partner, who was also the father of Marky.

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nihilistic British SerialKiller who lives for life-and-death thrills and views his murders as works of art. A year prior to the events of MotW, he killed Kevin Rian's partner, who was also the father of Marky.



Andy's young but brash apprentice. Upon learning of a tournament, he comes to the city for the first time and causes a huge mess in a road intersection.

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Andy's ->Andy's young but brash apprentice. Upon learning of a tournament, he comes to the city for the first time and causes a huge mess in a road intersection.



A SWAT officer who is often seen around with his young friend, Marky. He's looking for Freeman, the killer of his partner, Marky's father.

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SWAT officer who is often seen around with his young friend, Marky. He's looking for Freeman, the killer of his partner, Marky's father.



A Brazilian Kyokugen-ryu practitioner who enters the tournament for the sake of advertising his dojo for new students. He was left in charge of the dojo by Ryo Sakazaki when he went training. At the end of the tournament, his dojo gets trashed anyway so he goes to look for the guy who did it.

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Brazilian Kyokugen-ryu practitioner who enters the tournament for the sake of advertising his dojo for new students. He was left in charge of the dojo by Ryo Sakazaki when he went training. At the end of the tournament, his dojo gets trashed anyway so he goes to look for the guy who did it.



Kim Kaphwan's eldest son and Jae Hoon's brother. A slacker who uses unorthodox methods of fighting as he would prefer to hit on women than practice.

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Kaphwan's eldest son and Jae Hoon's brother. A slacker who uses unorthodox methods of fighting as he would prefer to hit on women than practice.



Kim Kaphwan's youngest son and Dong Hwan's brother. He resembles his father in the sense that he upholds a high sense of justice (even more than Kevin, who is a cop) and often scolds his brother for not practicing.

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Kaphwan's youngest son and Dong Hwan's brother. He resembles his father in the sense that he upholds a high sense of justice (even more than Kevin, who is a cop) and often scolds his brother for not practicing.



Kain's best friend and most trusted bodyguard. When Kain and Grant were children, they saw a young boy who was beaten up by some older boys. The young boy didn't fight back and eventually died from the beating, thus the two adopted the philosophy of [[SocialDarwinist survival of the fittest]]. Their bond is so strong, he took a gunshot for Kain in one assassination attempt. [[SecretStabWound Despite this wound]], he's still one of the most powerful people to face against in the tournament.

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Kain's
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best friend and most trusted bodyguard. When Kain and Grant were children, they saw a young boy who was beaten up by some older boys. The young boy didn't fight back and eventually died from the beating, thus the two adopted the philosophy of [[SocialDarwinist survival of the fittest]]. Their bond is so strong, he took a gunshot for Kain in one assassination attempt. [[SecretStabWound Despite this wound]], he's still one of the most powerful people to face against in the tournament.



Geese Howard's brother-in-law and Rock Howard's uncle. He holds the Maximum Mayhem Tournament for the strong to compete against each other. He personally fights the victor in a showdown of who's the strongest. He took over Southtown after [[EvilPowerVacuum Geese's disappearance]] and, according to Rock's ending, was only following only the will of Geese. Despite this, he holds great contempt against Geese for taking away his sister though he doesn't show it often.

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Howard's brother-in-law and Rock Howard's uncle. He holds the Maximum Mayhem Tournament for the strong to compete against each other. He personally fights the victor in a showdown of who's the strongest. He took over Southtown after [[EvilPowerVacuum Geese's disappearance]] and, according to Rock's ending, was only following only the will of Geese. Despite this, he holds great contempt against Geese for taking away his sister though he doesn't show it often.



A strong yet sluggish man who isn't exactly the sharpest knife when it comes to thinking.

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A ->A strong yet sluggish man who isn't exactly the sharpest knife when it comes to thinking.



An elder Aikido expert who seeks to settle an old score with Geese.

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An ->An elder Aikido expert who seeks to settle an old score with Geese.



A young female wrestler who wants to prove herself in being a strong and tough fighter.

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A ->A young female wrestler who wants to prove herself in being a strong and tough fighter.



He is the father of Terry Bogard and Andy Bogard, and once a disciple of Tung Fu Rue. His age is not known, but he was older than his former companion Geese Howard before his death... at the hands of said former companion, who was DrivenByEnvy since he got passed up as the successor of the secret Hakkyokuseiken techniques to favor Jeff. This happened in front of Jeff's sons, who swear to get even with Geese, and this pretty much gets the ball of ''the whole Fatal Fury plot'' rolling...

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He ->He is the father of Terry Bogard and Andy Bogard, and once a disciple of Tung Fu Rue. His age is not known, but he was older than his former companion Geese Howard before his death... at the hands of said former companion, who was DrivenByEnvy since he got passed up as the successor of the secret Hakkyokuseiken techniques to favor Jeff. This happened in front of Jeff's sons, who swear to get even with Geese, and this pretty much gets the ball of ''the whole Fatal Fury plot'' rolling...



In the first anime special, she first appears a little girl whom Geese forces to get involved in the circumstances that lead to Jeff Bogard's death. Flash forward to ten years, and we see her as the "Queen of South Town," a beautiful FemmeFatale who is a part of Geese's entourage. Deep down, though, still feels guilty for the part she took in the aforementioned tragedy.

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In ->In the first anime special, she first appears a little girl whom Geese forces to get involved in the circumstances that lead to Jeff Bogard's death. Flash forward to ten years, and we see her as the "Queen of South Town," a beautiful FemmeFatale who is a part of Geese's entourage. Deep down, though, still feels guilty for the part she took in the aforementioned tragedy.



In the second special, this pre-teen boy from South Town is introduced as a huge Terry fanboy. However, he catches his idol in a particularly low moment...

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In ->In the second special, this pre-teen boy from South Town is introduced as a huge Terry fanboy. However, he catches his idol in a particularly low moment...



Tony's mother, who has been rasing him on her own.

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Tony's ->Tony's mother, who has been rasing him on her own.



A girl who appears in TheMovie. A young girl from a rich family with a '''huge''' secret, she escapes from her older brother Laocorn's grip and seeks for Terry and his friends's help, becoming the key to unlock a massive conspiration...

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A ->A girl who appears in TheMovie. A young girl from a rich family with a '''huge''' secret, she escapes from her older brother Laocorn's grip and seeks for Terry and his friends's help, becoming the key to unlock a massive conspiration...



Sulia's older brother and the leader of the Gaudeamus clan. [[spoiler: Has been the SoulJar of the god Mars for some years already, after he tried to use a piece of the Armor to avenge his and Sulia's parents's murders.]] Ever since then he has been a CorruptCorporateExecutive, hell bent on world domination.

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Sulia's ->Sulia's older brother and the leader of the Gaudeamus clan. [[spoiler: Has been the SoulJar of the god Mars for some years already, after he tried to use a piece of the Armor to avenge his and Sulia's parents's murders.]] Ever since then he has been a CorruptCorporateExecutive, hell bent on world domination.



Kim's beautiful, serious and kind wife.

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Kim's ->Kim's beautiful, serious and kind wife.



One of Laocorn's three retainers. An honorable and powerful man who happens to be on the wrong side and unable to leave.

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One ->One of Laocorn's three retainers. An honorable and powerful man who happens to be on the wrong side and unable to leave.



The second of Laocorn's three retainers. A beautiful and powerful woman who sincerely loves her boss.

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The ->The second of Laocorn's three retainers. A beautiful and powerful woman who sincerely loves her boss.



The third of Laocorn's three retainers, as well as the most amoral. Has a VillainousCrush on Mai.

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The ->The third of Laocorn's three retainers, as well as the most amoral. Has a VillainousCrush on Mai.
11th Apr '16 8:22:11 PM DarthEnderX
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11th Apr '16 1:31:42 PM Luigifan
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The main protagonist of the series who happens to be an expert street fighter. A young man who grew up in Southtown, he and his young brother Andy were adopted by Jeff Bogard, a rival martial arts student of Geese Howard. Out of spite and jealously, Geese had killed Jeff in front of him, and both Terry and Andy seek revenge against him. After countless battles and many struggles, Terry defeats Geese from within their last fight at the top of Geese's personal tower building ([[spoiler:and tries to save Geese from falling off in the end, only to see that Geese had refused his help and allowed himself to fall to his own death]] and in due time, Terry adopts Geese's young son, Rock to raise and ensure that he doesn't go down the same path as Geese himself.

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The main protagonist of the series who happens to be an expert street fighter. A young man who grew up in Southtown, he and his young brother Andy were adopted by Jeff Bogard, a rival martial arts student of Geese Howard. Out of spite and jealously, Geese had killed Jeff in front of him, and both Terry and Andy seek revenge against him. After countless battles and many struggles, Terry defeats Geese from within their last fight at the top of Geese's personal tower building ([[spoiler:and tries to save Geese from falling off in the end, only to see that Geese had refused his help and allowed himself to fall to his own death]] death]]) and in due time, Terry adopts Geese's young son, Rock Rock, to raise and ensure that he doesn't go down the same path as Geese himself.



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* DoItYourselfThemeTune - Kazukiyo Nishikiori sings "Yoake no Legend" ("Legend of Dawn"), the ending theme of TheMovie.

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* DoItYourselfThemeTune - DoItYourselfThemeTune: Kazukiyo Nishikiori sings "Yoake no Legend" ("Legend of Dawn"), the ending theme of TheMovie.



* {{Eagleland}}: He tends to be a bit of a mix. On one the one hand he's boisterous, proud and wears stereotypical American clothes. On the other hand, he's largely self-sufficient, at least partially self-taught, and is not only a good guy, but is considered one of the most important characters in the games.

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* {{Eagleland}}: He tends to be a bit of a mix. On one the one hand hand, he's boisterous, proud proud, and wears stereotypical American clothes. On the other hand, he's largely self-sufficient, at least partially self-taught, and is not only a good guy, but is considered one of the most important characters in the games.



** [[HerHeartWillGoOn His Heart Will Go On]] - ''Twice'', in fact. [[IronWoobie Poor guy]]. Just be thankful that Blue Mary wasn't introduced, or she too may have been subjugated to this.

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** [[HerHeartWillGoOn His Heart Will Go On]] - On]]: ''Twice'', in fact. [[IronWoobie Poor guy]]. Just be thankful that Blue Mary wasn't introduced, or she too may have been subjugated to this.
1st Apr '16 11:10:14 AM SolidSonicTH
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* DifficultButAwesome - His Raging Storm command has an unusual command consisting of going from down-back then to a half-circle back (so from forward to back) and then finishing with a down-forward. The FanNickname for this is the "Pretzel" because the easiest way to do it is to go from down-back then to up-forward before going to the half-circle back motion and then going one direction past (up-back) before finishing at down-forward, which forms a pretzel-pattern. However it's a good all-purpose reversal and anti-air move so mastery of the motion is necessary for a good Geese player.

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* DifficultButAwesome - His Raging Storm command has an unusual command series of inputs consisting of going from down-back then to a half-circle back (so from forward to back) and then finishing with a down-forward. The FanNickname for this is the "Pretzel" because the easiest way to do it is to go from down-back then to up-forward before going to the half-circle back motion and then going one direction past (up-back) before finishing at down-forward, which forms a pretzel-pattern. However it's a good all-purpose reversal and anti-air move so mastery of the motion is necessary for a good Geese player.
1st Apr '16 11:09:52 AM SolidSonicTH
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* DifficultButAwesome - His Raging Storm command has an unusual command consisting of going from down-back then to a half-circle back (so from forward to back) and then finishing with a down-forward. The FanNickname for this is the "Pretzel" because the easiest way to do it is to go from down-back then to up-forward before going to the half-circle back motion and then going one direction past (up-back) before finishing at down-forward, which forms a pretzel-pattern. However it's a good all-purpose reversal and anti-air move so mastery of the motion is necessary for a good Geese player.
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