History Characters / StreetFighterIV

11th Jan '17 10:17:22 AM totoofze47
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* ShowsDamage: In his second alternate costume, bits and pieces of his body ''crack and break like old plaster'' as he takes damage, revealing pure energy underneath.
6th Jan '17 1:37:58 PM KingZeal
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-->'''Juri:''' Go ahead, what do I care? These people are worthless. And you, you're worth even ''less.''

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-->'''Juri:''' Go ahead, what do I care? These people are worthless. And you, you're worth even ''less.''''.
** ''VideoGame/StreetFighterV'' somewhat changes this. See PetTheDog.



** Her Feng Shui Engine performs this mechanic in ''SFIV'' allowing Juri to cancel normal attacks into other normal attacks.

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** Her Feng Shui Engine performs this mechanic in ''SFIV'' ''SFIV'', allowing Juri to cancel normal attacks into other normal attacks.



** ''VideoGame/StreetFighterV'' somewhat changes this. See PetTheDog.
6th Jan '17 1:37:03 PM KingZeal
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* LagCancel:
** Her Feng Shui Engine performs this mechanic in ''SFIV'' allowing Juri to cancel normal attacks into other normal attacks.
** Her "storage"-based moveset in ''SFV'' also revolves around it, with one stored move able to cancel into another; typically, the fireball is cancelled into last because the other two are unsafe. The Feng Shui Engine (her V-Trigger) performs the same job it did in ''IV'', with the added benefit of requiring no storage for any move.
4th Jan '17 8:43:47 PM BlazingKusanagi
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* {{Revenge}}: Against Bison and Shadaloo for killing her parents.

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* {{Revenge}}: Against In the UDON comics, she wants revenge against Bison and Shadaloo for killing her parents. In the games, it is less clear if this is still the case, as her SFIV ending insinuates that her desire to kill Bison has less to do with avenging her parents and more to do with appeasing her lust for violence and taking over Shadaloo for herself.
4th Jan '17 8:32:37 PM BlazingKusanagi
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* AdaptationalHeroism: She is portrayed much more sympathetically in the UDON comics. In SFIV, despite her tragic backstory, her main motivation for her actions seem to be sadism and a lust for power, as she desires to take over Shadaloo by pitting Seth and Bison against each other. In the comics on the other hand, everything evil she did was a means to get close to Bison in order to get revenge for her murdered parents. The moment she sees Bison in a moment of weakness, she immediately betrays him to avenge her family (though unfortunately for her it turns out to be Twelve impersonating Bison). She even teams up with C. Viper once she learns that M. Bison may still be alive, in order to end him once and for all.

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* AdaptationalHeroism: She is portrayed much more sympathetically in the UDON comics. In SFIV, despite her tragic backstory, her the main motivation for her actions seem to be are sadism and a lust for power, as she desires to take over Shadaloo by pitting Seth and Bison and Seth against each other.other. She also doesn't seem to be too concerned about the fact that the organization is responsible for her parents' deaths. In the comics on the other hand, everything evil she did was a means to get close to Bison in order to get revenge for her murdered parents. The moment she sees Bison in a moment of weakness, she immediately betrays him to avenge her family (though unfortunately for her it turns out to be a Twelve impersonating Bison). She even teams up with C. Viper once she learns that M. Bison may still be alive, in order to end him once and for all.
4th Jan '17 8:20:16 PM BlazingKusanagi
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* AdaptationalHeroism: She is portrayed much more sympathetically in the UDON comics. In SFIV, despite her tragic backstory, her main motivation for her actions seem to be sadism and a lust for power, as she desires to take over Shadaloo by pitting Seth and Bison against each other. In the comics on the other hand, everything evil she did was a means to get close to Bison in order to get revenge for her murdered parents. The moment she sees Bison in a moment of weakness, she immediately betrays him to avenge her family (though unfortunately for her it turns out to be Twelve impersonating Bison). She even teams up with C. Viper once she learns that M. Bison may still be alive, in order to end him once and for all.
30th Dec '16 4:13:30 PM RedRoverRedRover
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* DeadAllAlong: [[spoiler:In the Japanese dialogue in ''SSFIV'', it's heavily implied that Gouken did die shortly after Akuma attacked him, and that his appearance in the game is actually his spirit. Traces of this were removed from the translations however.]]

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* DeadAllAlong: [[spoiler:In the Japanese dialogue in ''SSFIV'', it's heavily implied that Gouken did die shortly after Akuma attacked him, and that his appearance in the game is actually his spirit. Traces of this were removed from the translations however. ''StreetFighterV'' makes it clear that he is very much alive.]]
30th Dec '16 8:01:45 AM LordAkira
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* StatuesqueStunner

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* StatuesqueStunnerStatuesqueStunner: She's 5'9", tying with Poison and Laura as the third-tallest female Street Fighter character after Elena (6'0") and Rose (5'10").


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* StatuesqueStunner: She's 5'9", tying with C. Viper and Laura as the third-tallest female Street Fighter character after Elena (6'0") and Rose (5'10"). Even if she's confirmed to be LGBT, she is still very attractive enough to be listed.
28th Dec '16 12:20:33 PM Fretless94
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11th Dec '16 9:51:47 AM N8han11
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* DeusExMachina: The Power of Nothingness (or Mu no Ken in Japanese), a technique ''never spoken of'' before ''IV'', is the reason behind Gouken's survival of the Shun Goku Satsu and subsequent coma, as well as how he [[spoiler:purges Ryu of the Satsui no Hadou.]] [[WildMassGuessing Perhaps Gouken was]] HoldingBackThePhlebotinum.
** [[WildMassGuessing Either that, or it's the exact same power Gen used to render the SGS null back when he fought Akuma.]] ''[[WebVideo/StreetFighterAssassinsFist Assassin's Fist]]'' seems to be going with this theory, going so far as to claim Gen taught it to him.

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* DeusExMachina: The Power of Nothingness (or Mu no Ken in Japanese), a technique ''never spoken of'' before ''IV'', is the reason behind Gouken's survival of the Shun Goku Satsu and subsequent coma, as well as how he [[spoiler:purges Ryu of the Satsui no Hadou.]] [[WildMassGuessing Perhaps Gouken was]] HoldingBackThePhlebotinum.
** [[WildMassGuessing Either that, or it's the exact same power Gen used to render the SGS null back when he fought Akuma.]] ''[[WebVideo/StreetFighterAssassinsFist Assassin's Fist]]'' seems to be going with this theory, going so far as to claim Gen taught it to him.
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* [[BadPowersBadPeople Good Powers, Good People]]: Gouken's branch of Ansatsuken relies on the Power of Nothingness, essentially the pure counterpart of the Satsui no Hado.



* PassingTheTorch: Gouken knows he won't live forever, and entrusts Ken and Ryu to continue the legacy of A0nsatsuken once he passes.

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* PassingTheTorch: Gouken knows he won't live forever, and entrusts Ken and Ryu to continue the legacy of A0nsatsuken Ansatsuken once he passes.
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