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Debuting in Power Instinct
Reiji OyamaA serious, straight laced martial artist dedicated to his training. His entire gimmick is that he's a run of the mill karate guy in a game full of oddballs.
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Keith WayneA cocky young American man from the streets, he enters the tournaments for fun and to meet beautiful women. The tournament would introduce him to Annie, his eventual fiance.
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Annie HamiltonA young woman from a rich family. She loves animals, and eventually meets and marries Keith.
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Saizo HattoriA dark, brooding individual who speaks a language only understood by dogs. He's a satire of the countless ninjas from fighting games.
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Angela BeltiA strong, muscular woman who is surprisingly sweet and gentle. She's a satire of power characters such as Zangief from Street Fighter.
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ChinnenA sleazy, corrupt monk, he only practiced the sacred arts to obtain mystic powers. A greedy man addicted to women and money, he does whatever necessary to get what he wants. He's a clear satire of pure, wise monks who have purged their desires.
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White BuffaloA strong native American man who does not speak much.
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Oume and Otane GoketsujiThe titular sisters, they don't get along very well, to say the least. Allegedly while they were in the womb, Otane kicked Oume out, and since then the two have had a very bitter, very constant rivalry.
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Debuting in Power Instinct 2/Legends
Kanji KokuinA strong, muscular old man who transforms into a feeble, scrawny version of himself.
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Kinta KokuinKanji's obnoxious and hyperactive great nephew, Kinta fights alongside his animal friends.
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Clara HananokojiA young girl who obtained magic powers after befriending a wizard.
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Sahad Asran Ryuto
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Debuting in Power Instinct 3: Groove On Fight
Chris WayneSon of Keith and Annie, he is a rebellious youth who leads a gang. Unlike his dad, he is by no means a good natured individual.
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Larry LightA young, idealistic man and Chris's tag team partner. He believes that he can help Chris and once saved him from arrest.
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FalcoAn charismatic old gambler defeated Oume in a very one sided game of poker. After completely and effortlessly dodging her attacks, he was invited to the Goketsuji tournament.
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Oume and OtaneSee entry in first game for more info
Hizumi YukinoueDuring a certain night at a summer festival that was held near his neighborhood, Hizumi Yukinoue witnesses all the activities carried out by the master of ceremonies. Feeling admiration for the job of that man, Hizumi waited till the festival was over to talk to him. The man introduced himself as Sujiroku Tenjinbashi, "Japan's master of ceremonies, number one". After a while of talking, both men recognized each other as lovers of the Japanese traditions. Suddenly, Hizumi had an idea and told Tenjinbashi about a tournament that was going to be celebrated soon, and that if they signed in for it they would be able to propagate the beauty of the Japanese culture outside of Japan. Delighted by the Idea, Tenjinbashi accepted the team up with Hizumi for the Goketsuji tournament.
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Sujiroku TenjinbashiSujiroku is the eldest son of the leader of the Tenjinbashi family, but when his father died, he had to assume the role of leader at a very young age. Tenjinbashi enjoys the celebration festivals and has participated in many important cultural events all around Japan. He usually travels with a mask and a pair of drumsticks that has been in his family for many years; his father had told him that 8,000,000 spirits of their ancestors reside in them, so for Tenjinbashi they are very special to him.A certain night after his participation in a festival, Tenjinbashi saw a young man that seemed to have been waiting for him. The man introduced himself as Yukinoue Hizumi, and told him how much he liked his work and also told him that he was a ninja and showed some of his techniques.After a while of talking, Hizumi proposed to him to participate in a martial arts tournament and in that way promote the Japanese traditions. Tenjinbashi did not refuse.
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Popura HananokojiPopura Hananokoji is the daughter of Kurara Hananokoji, sharing many of her traits. Popura has learned from her mother all of her magic tricks and fighting techniques.
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Remi OtogiriRemi is the only daughter of a high class family, and her family is descendant of an evil witch that lived in Japan several years ago (a secret kept by all the family members). Remi's father is a famous musician and her mother is a prestigious fashion designer. She is calm and classy and her motivation to fight is show the world the power of music.The living note that follows Remi is a demon that was created by her mother to be her bodyguard, named Kuroma.
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Solis is a young police woman from the year 2115. She was assigned to investigate the activities of a powerful organization of which is suspected of changing some events in the past for its convenience; in her investigation she discovered that this organization was responsible for the disappearance of some important families and financial groups 100 years ago; among these the Goketsuji Clan.Tropes associated with Solis:
M.A.D. (Max Ax Dax)
Debuting in Power Instinct Matrimelee/Bonnou Kaihou
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Debuting in Power Instinct 5: Goketsuji Ichizoku
Elizabeth and Sandra Belti
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