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Characters who appear in Fighters' Impact.

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    Shiroh Karasuba
The hot-blooded young kung fu guy with ridiculous hair. He studied martial arts under the same master as Barazock, and is presumably out for honor and justice and all that.

    Kaede Minamoto
The traditionally Japanese fighter girl. She was taught martial arts by her father, who has now been kidnapped by Barazock.

    Sanson Victoria
The cocky pretty boy whose entire family got killed by the bad guys. Has some pretty flamboyant alternate outfits.

    Mark Douglass
The tattooed biker guy whose girlfriend got kidnapped by the bad guys.

    Hornet Grant
The big black man with borderline offensive cherry red lips. His brother is being held hostage, which is starting to seem like a fairly common theme in the game.

    Silene Rambert
The aloof high society girl. Her partner agent was killed on an assignment (presumably while investigating Barazock), and she's out to finish the mission.

The sewer-dwelling subhuman mutant. He wants to take revenge on Barazock for kicking him out of his gang.

    Bernhard Sheler
The laid-back old guy with a giant quiff. Although he looks kind, he's actually the professional killer who messed up Barazock's eyes back in the day. He has been hired to finish the job and take him out for good.

A bizarre fat man who's slathered in body paint. His wrestling moveset is actually different from the main characters.

    Raoul Castellion
An aristocratic man who, like Hoihoi, fights with his own style of karate.

    Dr. Wiz
He makes his opponent fight a mirror version of themselves in a psychedelic dreamscape and doesn't actually have any moves of his own. He's the only character that isn't playable for that reason.

    Faraha Kahn
A mysterious woman who uses a personal style of baguazhang is characterized by constant and automatic sidesteps, which makes her hard to hit and gives her plenty of opportunities to punish you from the rear. Apparently one of the most basic forms of baguazhang is called circle walking, so her fighting style might be accurate.
  • The Voiceless: She doesn't speak or shout during the fight or after.

    Leon Barazock
After Bernhard took his eyesight, he developed an insane hatred of all martial artists. Killing and kidnapping their loved ones is probably just his way of coping with it. His unique fighting style allows him to copy his enemy's moves as he gets hit with them.


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