History WesternAnimation / StreetFighter

17th Apr '18 7:09:21 PM Hallwings
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* BroadStrokes: The series implies that the events of [[Film/StreetFighter the movie]] occurred, but not exactly as depicted there. "Keeping the Peace" shows a flashback of Guile being court-marshaled for invading Shadaloo City against his superior's orders, which happens in the movie. However, the sole fact that Dee Jay and Balrog are now working on opposite sides, among other inconsistencies (one of them in the same flashback: Captain Sawada supported Guile's judgment, while in the movie, he supported the raid on Shadaloo), makes it impossible for the movie to fit in the show's continuity.

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* BroadStrokes: The series implies that the events of [[Film/StreetFighter the movie]] occurred, but not exactly as depicted there. "Keeping the Peace" shows a flashback of Guile being court-marshaled court-martialed for invading Shadaloo City against his superior's orders, which happens in the movie. However, the sole fact that Dee Jay and Balrog are now working on opposite sides, among other inconsistencies (one of them in the same flashback: Captain Sawada supported Guile's judgment, while in the movie, he supported the raid on Shadaloo), makes it impossible for the movie to fit in the show's continuity.
7th Mar '18 8:31:24 AM PF
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* VillainHasAPoint: In "The Strongest Woman in the Woman", while holding the detonator for the explosives inside a nuclear power plant, Bison tells Chun-Li that getting her revenge against him will lead to the death of many people. This convinces her to let him go in exchange for the detonator.

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* VillainHasAPoint: In "The Strongest Woman in the Woman", Bison, while holding the detonator for the explosives inside a nuclear power plant, Bison tells Chun-Li that getting her revenge against him will lead to the death of many people. This convinces her to let him go in exchange for the detonator.
6th Mar '18 6:00:38 PM otemple700
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* BreakTheCutie: Poor [[spoiler:Cammy]].
5th Mar '18 3:41:21 PM PF
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* VillainHasAPoint: In "The Strongest Woman in the Woman", while holding the detonator for the explosives inside a nuclear power plant, Bison tells Chun-Li that getting her revenge against him will lead to death of many people. This convinces her to let him go in exchange for the detonator.

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* VillainHasAPoint: In "The Strongest Woman in the Woman", while holding the detonator for the explosives inside a nuclear power plant, Bison tells Chun-Li that getting her revenge against him will lead to the death of many people. This convinces her to let him go in exchange for the detonator.
5th Mar '18 3:40:03 PM PF
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* SadisticChoose: In "Eye of the Beholder", Vega makes Blanka choose between the formula that will make him human again or Mei Lei, his love interest. [[spoiler:Blanka chooses the latter.]]

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* SadisticChoose: SadisticChoice: In "Eye of the Beholder", Vega makes Blanka choose between the formula that will make him human again or Mei Lei, his love interest. [[spoiler:Blanka chooses the latter.]]
5th Mar '18 3:39:16 PM PF
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** Many of the Street Fighters wear the same thing all the time, even in places where it would be seen as unprofessional or impractical. Averted by Chun-Li, however, who wears some casual clothes in her hotel room in "Getting to Guile", and a business casual lavender skirt when she works as a reporter. This is also averted in "The Warrior King", when she wears a formal dress to a ball. She wants to get out of it and into her Street Fighter uniform as quickly as possible, though, because she has a hard time fighting in the dress.

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** Many of the Street Fighters wear the same thing all the time, even in places where it would be seen as unprofessional or impractical. Averted by Chun-Li, however, who wears some casual clothes a pink robe in her hotel room in "Getting to Guile", and a business casual lavender skirt when she works as a reporter. This is also averted in "The Warrior King", when she wears a formal dress to a ball. She wants to get out of it and into her Street Fighter uniform as quickly as possible, though, because she has a hard time fighting in the dress.



* SadisticChoice: In "Eye of the Beholder", Vega makes Blanka choose between the formula that will make him human again or Mei Lei, his love interest. [[spoiler:Blanka chooses the latter.]]

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* SadisticChoice: SadisticChoose: In "Eye of the Beholder", Vega makes Blanka choose between the formula that will make him human again or Mei Lei, his love interest. [[spoiler:Blanka chooses the latter.]]



* SigilSpam: The "SF" emblem that Escher uses to summon Guile to missions can pretty much be anywhere or anything. Among the creative ways it's used, the letters can even be spelled with sandwiches on a dish ("The Strongest Woman in the World").

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* SigilSpam: The "SF" emblem that Escher uses to summon Guile to missions can pretty much be anywhere or anything. Among the creative ways it's used, the letters can even be spelled with sandwiches on a dish ("The as seen in "The Strongest Woman in the World").World".



* VocalDissonance: The feral boy in the episode "The Beast Within", who has the voice of a ten-year-old despite having the body of a teenager.

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* VocalDissonance: The feral boy in the episode VillainHasAPoint: In "The Beast Within", who has Strongest Woman in the voice of a ten-year-old despite having Woman", while holding the body detonator for the explosives inside a nuclear power plant, Bison tells Chun-Li that getting her revenge against him will lead to death of a teenager.many people. This convinces her to let him go in exchange for the detonator.



* VocalDissonance: The feral boy in the episode "The Beast Within", who has the voice of a ten-year-old despite having the body of a teenager.



** In "Getting to Guile," Chun-Li wins a private fighting tournament in exchange for information from its organizer. Before she can meet with him, she's summoned for Street Fighter duty. At the same time, Ryu and Ken are hired by him to search for a treasure map and they're attacked by his thugs in a dark alleyway. They're rescued by Chun-Li and Dee Jay, and the map is never turned in. A short moment later, Blanka joins them after getting a message from Chun-Li. Dee Jay asks how Blanka managed to find them, but no explanation for how all of them met up is given by the end of the episode, nor anything about the information Chun-Li won the rights to and never claimed.

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** In "Getting to Guile," Chun-Li wins a private fighting tournament in exchange for information from its organizer.organizer, El Fideo. Before she can meet with him, she's summoned for Street Fighter duty. At the same time, Ryu and Ken are hired by him El Fideo to search for a treasure map and they're attacked by his thugs in a dark alleyway. They're rescued by Chun-Li and Dee Jay, and the map is never turned in. A short moment later, Blanka joins them after getting a message from Chun-Li. Dee Jay asks how Blanka managed to find them, but no explanation for how all of them met up is given by the end of the episode, nor anything about the information Chun-Li won the rights to and never claimed.
4th Mar '18 9:09:48 AM PF
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--> '''Escher:''' ''The Street Fighters have no more use for you, Colonel Guile!''

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--> '''Escher:''' ''The Street ''Street Fighters have no more use for you, Colonel Guile!''Guile.''



-->'''Chun-Li:''' "''Yatta!'' I am the the strongest woman in the world!"

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-->'''Chun-Li:''' "''Yatta!'' "Yatta! I am the the strongest woman in the world!"
4th Mar '18 8:57:43 AM PF
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-> ''"Colonel William Guile, one of the greatest martial artists in the world, travels the global tournament circuit using it to conceal his top secret mission as leader of an elite group of international crime fighters known only by their code name... Street Fighter! The heroic man-beast, Blanka! Hard-kicking fighting machine, Chun-Li! And the team of the most amazing warriors ever seen have joined forces with Guile to combat the criminal empire of Shadaloo, and its superhuman leader, Bison. They have their own code of honor, discipline, justice, commitment. And together, they will triumph against the forces of evil. Street Fighter!"''

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-> ''"Colonel William Guile, one of the greatest martial artists in the world, travels the global tournament circuit circuit, using it to conceal his top secret mission as leader of an elite group of international crime fighters fighters, known only by their code name... name: Street Fighter! The heroic man-beast, Blanka! Hard-kicking fighting machine, Chun-Li! And the team of the most amazing warriors ever seen have joined forces with Guile to combat the criminal empire of Shadaloo, Shadaloo and its superhuman leader, Bison. They have their own code of honor, honor: discipline, justice, commitment. And together, they will triumph against the forces of evil. Street Fighter!"''



* BreakThemByTalking: Bison nearly does this to Chun-Li in "The Strongest Woman in the World" when he calls her foolish and weak for not having her revenge against him when she had the chance. Guile reassures Chun-Li that she made the right decision, her father would be proud of her, and she truly is the strongest woman in the world.

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* BreakThemByTalking: Bison nearly does this to Chun-Li in "The Strongest Woman in the World" when he calls her foolish and weak for not having her revenge against him when she had the chance. Guile reassures Chun-Li that she made the right decision, her father would be proud of her, and she truly is the strongest woman in the world.



* GratuitousJapanese: Despite the game's language being deliberately Japanese, Chun-Li being Chinese, and this series' language being English, they had decided to keep her winquote untranslated. It gets inconsistent when her Kikouken is initially referred to as "Fireball":

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* GratuitousJapanese: Despite the game's games' language being deliberately Japanese, Chun-Li being Chinese, and this series' language being English, they had decided to keep her winquote untranslated. It gets inconsistent when her Kikouken is initially referred to as "Fireball":
26th Feb '18 9:26:35 AM PF
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-> ''"Colonel William Guile, one of the greatest martial artists, in the world travels the global tournament circuit using it to conceal his top secret mission as leader of an elite group of international crime fighters known only by their code name... Street Fighter! The heroic man-beast, Blanka! Hard-kicking fighting machine, Chun-Li! And the team of the most amazing warriors ever seen have joined forces with Guile to combat the criminal empire of Shadaloo, and its superhuman leader, Bison. They have their own code of honor, discipline, justice, commitment. And together, they will triumph against the forces of evil. Street Fighter!"''

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-> ''"Colonel William Guile, one of the greatest martial artists, artists in the world world, travels the global tournament circuit using it to conceal his top secret mission as leader of an elite group of international crime fighters known only by their code name... Street Fighter! The heroic man-beast, Blanka! Hard-kicking fighting machine, Chun-Li! And the team of the most amazing warriors ever seen have joined forces with Guile to combat the criminal empire of Shadaloo, and its superhuman leader, Bison. They have their own code of honor, discipline, justice, commitment. And together, they will triumph against the forces of evil. Street Fighter!"''
26th Feb '18 9:16:26 AM PF
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-> ''"Colonel William Guile, one of the greatest martial artists in the world, travels the global tournament circuit, using it to conceal his top secret mission as leader of an elite group of international crime fighters, known only by their code name: Street Fighter!! The heroic Man-Beast, Blanka; hard-kicking fighting machine, Chun-Li; and the team of the most amazing warriors ever seen have joined forces with Guile to combat the criminal empire of Shadaloo, and its superhuman leader, Bison. They have their own code of honor: '''Discipline''', '''Justice''', '''Commitment''', and together they will triumph against the forces of evil. Street Fighter!"''

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-> ''"Colonel William Guile, one of the greatest martial artists artists, in the world, world travels the global tournament circuit, circuit using it to conceal his top secret mission as leader of an elite group of international crime fighters, fighters known only by their code name: name... Street Fighter!! Fighter! The heroic Man-Beast, Blanka; hard-kicking man-beast, Blanka! Hard-kicking fighting machine, Chun-Li; and Chun-Li! And the team of the most amazing warriors ever seen have joined forces with Guile to combat the criminal empire of Shadaloo, and its superhuman leader, Bison. They have their own code of honor: '''Discipline''', '''Justice''', '''Commitment''', and together honor, discipline, justice, commitment. And together, they will triumph against the forces of evil. Street Fighter!"''



* ArcWords: "Discipline, justice, commitment!" is used on a fairly regular basis, not just in the intro either.

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* ArcWords: "Discipline, justice, commitment!" commitment" is used on a fairly regular basis, not just in the intro either.



* CanonForeigner: Escher, Lucinda, Mai-Lei, Satin Hammer, Sachi (Ryu's cousin), and Midori. Cammy's former teammates from [=MI5=] (Burke, Rory and Celia) are technically from the games, but the original game versions had different names and character designs.[[note]]Keith Wolfman, Matthew [=McCoy=], Lita Luwanda and a fourth member named George Ginzu.[[/note]]

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* CanonForeigner: Escher, Lucinda, Mai-Lei, Mei Lei, Satin Hammer, Sachi (Ryu's cousin), and Midori. Cammy's former teammates from [=MI5=] (Burke, Rory and Celia) are technically from the games, but the original game versions had different names and character designs.[[note]]Keith Wolfman, Matthew [=McCoy=], Lita Luwanda and a fourth member named George Ginzu.[[/note]]



** "The Medium is the Message" features almost all the new characters from the first ''Street Fighter Alpha'' (which was being released for home consoles at the time) as competitors in an underground tournament. Birdie, Adon, Rose and Guy are all featured in this episode, along with [[OffModel weird renditions of Sodom, who is not wearing his mask, and Dan (in a green gi instead of his usual pink and with a different hair style)]]. Most of the cast from the original ''Final Fight'' (along with Carlos and Maki from ''Final Fight 2'') appear in crowd shots as well.

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** "The Medium is the Message" features almost all the new characters from the first ''Street Fighter Alpha'' (which Alpha'', which was being released for home consoles at the time) time, as competitors in an underground tournament. Birdie, Adon, Rose and Guy are all featured in this episode, along with [[OffModel weird renditions of Sodom, who is not wearing his mask, and Dan (in a green gi instead of his usual pink and with a different hair style)]]. Most of the cast from the original ''Final Fight'' (along with Carlos and Maki from ''Final Fight 2'') appear in crowd shots as well.



* GratuitousJapanese: Despite the game's language being deliberately Japanese, Chun-Li being Chinese, and this series' language being English, they had decided to keep her winquote untranslated. It gets inconsistent when her Kikouken is initially referred to as "Fireball."

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* GratuitousJapanese: Despite the game's language being deliberately Japanese, Chun-Li being Chinese, and this series' language being English, they had decided to keep her winquote untranslated. It gets inconsistent when her Kikouken is initially referred to as "Fireball.""Fireball":



* MoralDissonance: Despite boasting about justice, discipline, and commitment, Guile ''very often'' attacks his opponents from behind.

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* MoralDissonance: Despite boasting about justice, discipline, justice, and commitment, Guile ''very often'' attacks his opponents from behind.



* OpeningNarration: See page quote.

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* OpeningNarration: See As noted in the page quote.



* SadisticChoice: In "Eye of the Beholder", Vega makes Blanka choose between the formula that will make him human again or Lei Mai, his love interest. [[spoiler:Blanka chooses the latter.]]
* SatelliteLoveInterest: Mai-Lei, the girl Blanka falls in love with in "Eye of the Beholder", doesn't really have much going for her in terms of personality.

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* SadisticChoice: In "Eye of the Beholder", Vega makes Blanka choose between the formula that will make him human again or Lei Mai, Mei Lei, his love interest. [[spoiler:Blanka chooses the latter.]]
* SatelliteLoveInterest: Mai-Lei, Mei Lei, the girl Blanka falls in love with in "Eye of the Beholder", doesn't really have much going for her in terms of personality.



* TarotTroubles: In "The Flame and the Rose", Rose has nightmares of a fiery Armagaeddon and uses tarot cards to determine the cause. She draws The Fool, The Devil,[[note]]Which she calls "a beast".[[/note]] and The Tower.[[note]]Which she says "is [the one] doomed by fire".[[/note]] She assumes the first two to be Ken and Blanka and kidnaps them, forcing them to fight each other to the death to keep the world safe. Naturally, the last of three is Bison, the source of the fire in her nightmares. After realizing that she was wrong about Ken and Blanka, she recruits them to go after Bison. [[spoiler:In the end, she determines either Bison or herself is all three for varying reasons related to their foolishness.]]

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* TarotTroubles: In "The Flame and the Rose", Rose has nightmares of a fiery Armagaeddon and uses tarot cards to determine the cause. She draws The Fool, The Devil,[[note]]Which she calls "a beast".[[/note]] and The Tower.[[note]]Which she says "is [the one] doomed by fire".[[/note]] She assumes the first two to be Ken and Blanka and kidnaps them, forcing them to fight each other to the death in order to keep the world safe. Naturally, the last of three is Bison, the source of the fire in her nightmares. After realizing that she was wrong about Ken and Blanka, she recruits them to go after Bison. [[spoiler:In the end, she determines either Bison or herself is all three for varying reasons related to their foolishness.]]



* VillainTeleportation: Akuma is very found of TeleportSpam in his debut episode. Bison also teleports behind Guile several times in "Cammy Tell Me True".

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* VillainTeleportation: VillainTeleportation:
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Akuma is very found of TeleportSpam in his debut episode. episode.
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Bison also teleports behind Guile several times in "Cammy Tell Me True".



** In "Getting to Guile," Chun-Li wins a private fighting tournament in exchange for information from its organizer. Before she can meet with him, she's summoned for Street Fighter duty. At the same time, Ryu and Ken are hired by him to search for a treasure map and they're attacked by his thugs in a dark alleyway. They're rescued by Chun-Li and Dee Jay, and the map is never turned in. A short moment later, Blanka joins them after getting a message from Chun-Li. Dee Jay asks how Blanka managed to find them, but no explanation for how all of them met up is given by the end of the episode, nor anything about the information Chun-Li won the rights to and never claimed.



** In "Getting to Guile," Chun-Li wins a private fighting tournament in exchange for information from its organizer. Before she can meet with him, she's summoned for Street Fighter duty. At the same time, Ryu and Ken were hired by him to search for a treasure map and they're attacked by his thugs in a dark alleyway. They're rescued by Chun-Li and Dee Jay, and the map is never turned in. A short moment later, Blanka joins them after getting a message from Chun-Li. Dee Jay asks how Blanka managed to find them, but no explanation for how all of them met up is given by the end of the episode, nor anything about the information Chun-Li won the rights to and never claimed.
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