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Below are the characters from the game series Fighter's History, arranged by their debut game.

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Introduced in Fighter's History

    Ray McDougal - USA

  • Anime Hair: Very similar to a Super Saiyan's, in fact.
  • Blood Knight: A mild example. Ray hates standing still and is almost always on the go, seeking out the next big case or worthy challenger.
  • Blow You Away: Big Tornado, judging by its name and appearance at least.
  • Boisterous Bruiser
  • Cowboy Cop: By the time of Dynamite, he's working as a detective stationed in Los Angeles.
  • Fair Cop: Though not much is made of his looks throughout the series.
  • The Hero: Sorta.
  • Shock and Awe: His Thunder Dynamite Tackle.
  • Spirited Competitor: In both of his endings, he refuses to accept Karnov's fortune and helps the man back to his feet, only concerned with having a good fight which would determine the stronger of the two.
  • Wrestler in All of Us: His throws are DDTs.

    Makoto Mizoguchi - Japan

    Ryoko Kano - Japan

    Liu Feilin - China

    Matlok Jade - England

    Samchay Tomyamgun - Thailand

  • Expy: Being a nak muay and given his moveset, it's a bit hard to not compare him to Sagat.
  • Gonk
  • Martial Arts Headband: A Mongkhon in his case.
  • Promotion to Parent: Takes care of his two younger brothers and a little sister.
  • Younger Than They Look: Looks like he's almost in his 30's, but considering that he has pre-teen siblings to take care of, he's most likely in his early 20's tops.

    Lee Diendou - China

    Jean Pierre - France

    Marstorius - Italy

    Clown - Unknown

    Karnov - Russia


Introduced in Fighter's History Dynamite

    Liu Yungmie - South Korea

  • Action Girl
  • Amazonian Beauty: She has the whole "Chun-Li thunder thighs" thing going on. Her arms aren't anything to scoff at either.
  • Badass Adorable: Has her moments, more so in Suiko Enbu: Fuunsaiki than in the series proper, but of note is the fact that her defeat portrait is downright pitiable: Feilin looks disappointed by her loss, Ryoko scowls, Yungmie is on the verge of tears.
  • Expy:
    • She's the Korean equivalent of Chun-Li, albeit to varying extents. Her design has a few traits in common with Chun-Li (particularly her Alpha incarnation), such as the tights and eyeshadow. She's also a Kick Chick like Chun-Li, possessing a similarly muscular physique and a Hyakuretsukyaku-esque special. She decides to investigate the mysterious disappearance of her parents (similar to Chun-Li's Disappeared Dad) and has a vendetta against the Big Bad because of it (i.e. Chun-Li vs. Bison); however, she drops it upon learning that Karnov wasn't responsible. Yungmie even replicates Chun-Li's "Yatta!", although she doesn't do the corresponding win pose until her stint as a Guest Fighter in Suiko Enbu: Fuunsaiki. This would come full circle with Street Fighter IV: Not only does Chun-Li pick up an aerial splits kick (her neutral j.HK) like the one Yungmie uses that would follow her into V, but Super newcomer Juri Han is a Korean practitioner of TKD who does everything listed below in Kick Chick and also has an aerial splits kick as her neutral j.HK that even more closely resembles the move in question.
    • Her hairband also looks a lot like the one worn by Mai Shiranui.
  • Generation Xerox/Lamarck Was Right: The child of two world-class Taekwondokas, Yungmie is of a similar caliber (she is a master, after all), if not better.
  • Giant Waist Ribbon
  • Guest Fighter: Joins Mizoguchi in the line-up for Suiko Enbu: Fuunsaiki.
  • Hair Decorations
  • Ki Attacks: Her Aura Smash, an air-only fireball that travels straight ahead.
  • Kick Chick: To point of throwing her projectiles with her legs, throwing people with her legs, and even blocking with them while standing.
  • The Rival: As of Mizoguchi Kiki Ippatsu!!, Feilin.
  • She's Got Legs: In fact, her later appearances remove the tights to showcase those impressive gams in full.
  • Shoryuken: Nerichagi is a variant. Yungmie leaps straight up with a kick and comes back down with a second. The LK version will completely whiff on crouching opponents on the way down, while the HK version does hit crouchers but has enough of a delay between hits that an opponent can block the first and counter with a higher priority move, as Nerichagi lacks invincibility while descending.
  • Spam Attack: Her Fire Kick, performed in the vein of Chun-Li's Hyakuretsukyaku. Unlike Jean and Zazie, Fire Kick can only be performed with two attacks of the same strength (LP + LK or HP + HK), meaning Yungmie can't instantly throw one out by mashing all four buttons, which makes the attack limited in use and somewhat unreliable outside of a combo ender at optimal ranges.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Same deal as Feilin: her first name is sometimes spelled as Ryu/Riu. Her surname is also given as Yung Mie or Yung-Mie at times.
  • Tomboyish Ponytail
  • Walking the Earth: In a sense. Yungmie's ending in Mizoguchi Kiki Ippatsu!! has her travel the world, working as a tour guide.
  • Wall Jump: Has access to a triangle jump just like, you guessed it, Chun-Li. Yungmie's wall acrobatics allows her to use a splits kick during her angled jump by pressing down + HK in additional to her regular aerials.
  • You Killed My Parents: To Karnov. He claims that he didn't do it (her father actually committed suicide after his loss), and adds that Yungmie's mother may be alive.

    Zazie Muhaba - Kenya

    Ox - Unknown

Introduced in Fighter's History: Mizoguchi Kiki Ippatsu!!

    Chelnov - Russia


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