Monday, December 27, 2010


Juli is a video game character from the Street Fighter series. She made her first appearance in Street Fighter Alpha 3, she is a brainwashed female assassin belonging to M. Bison's Elite Guard or "The Dolls." Her name is German for JulyAll of the Dolls were teenage girls of around 16 years old who were captured by Shadaloo and brainwashed to be M. Bison's assassins and bodyguards. They were completely loyal to Bison and acted and talked like robots. They were high ranking members in Shadaloo, only lower than Bison and the other Grand Masters: Balrog, Vega and Sagat. One of them, Juli, was originally a girl named Julia from T. Hawk's tribe. After her kidnapping, Hawk vows to find her.

In the UDON comic, Noembelu and Juli are both being sought after by T. Hawk. Noembelu is a member of the Thunderfoot Tribe whose family is close to T. Hawk. Juli is the daughter of a German doctor who provided care for the Thunderfoot Tribe. The doctor was found murdered and Juli disappeared. According to T. Hawk, Noembelu's name is Little Eagle. As for Juni she was kidnapped directly from Germany. Supposedly her brainwashing is the most complete of all the Dolls and her first mission, ordered by Bison to test her loyalty, is to murder her own family. She accomplished her mission flawlessly


Ibuki is a female ninja (kunoichi) in the Street Fighter series. She first appeared in Street Fighter III and is voiced by Yuri Amano in all three games. Ayumi Fujimura has taken over that role in Super Street Fighter IV. Ibuki lives in a village entirely composed of ninjas where she has been training since childhood. After doing the same routine everyday while also attending school outside of the village, it has now started to take its toll on her social life.

Ibuki is a beautiful young girl from Japan who is raised in a ninja village that is hidden from societies' watchful eyes. It is here; where she trains in the deadly art of ninjutsu. She has a slim, athletic build and her blackish/brown hair is held back tightly in a topknot that drops well below her waist. Unlike her other female counterparts in the same genre, Ibuki's outfit has a more traditional type of ninja dogi, consisting of a sleeveless upper garment, baggy pants, arm guards, and a mask that conceals the lower half of her face. Her footwear consists only of cloth bandages that are wrapped around her shins, ankles, and instep. According to the UDON comics, Ibuki wears a high-riding body suit under her garments that is similar to Cammy's outfit, although her winpose in the games and concept art clearly reveals her wearing a tanktop and a white thong underneath. Even though she is a well-trained assassin, she still displays a "Valley girl-ish" side by stating that she finds her ninja garments ugly and her daily training strange. She will jump right back into her "normal" clothes when her regimen is over and/or when she wins a fight.

Great Driving Experience

How can you define a great driving experience? Well, for me I can consider it as a great driving experience if my engine performs well and if it doesn’t give me any trouble while driving. It would be a great driving experience if my car looks more appealing than ever. Putting some cool gadgets inside my car will make it more satisfying. I guess it can also be a great driving experience if you are driving with no worries. You cannot tell what will happen to your car while you’re on your way driving. Accident can occur and can happen in the most unexpected time and place that is why you better get your car something like the auto insurance Vancouver WA services. Having your car insured is probably the best thing that you can do to hedge the risk of a possible contingent loss. It is very ideal especially for those who are not yet fully paid for their cars. Accomplishing all the things I have mentioned, you will definitely have the greatest driving experience ever!

Vinyl Windows

I went to my Auntie’s house yesterday. She called me yesterday and asked me to help her packing all her things up. She will be moving temporarily to our house since there is an ongoing renovation in her house. She even asked me what kind of design will suit her new house. Well, I am not that good in advising so I decided not to suggest anything. But I told her something about her windows. I saw that she is also replacing her windows and I told her that it would be great if she will replace it with vinyl windows. It will definitely make her room more appealing and also it will improve the security within her house. Well, it seems that she like my suggestions and she is probably looking now for a company that offers Vinyl Replacement Windows services. I even told her that she can visit to see the best replacement windows online. Aside from making your house more appealing and aside from providing extra security within your house, installing vinyl windows will also help you to save energy consumption since you do not have to spend extra money for heaters and coolers knowing that vinyl windows will trap the heat or the cool air inside your house and let it circulate all over the place. I’m sure my Auntie is now excited to see her newly renovated house.

Monday, December 20, 2010


Hugo is a character in the Street Fighter series. He first appeared in Street Fighter III: 2nd Impact where he was voiced by Wataru Takagi.He would also voice him in SvC Chaos but was replaced by Len Carlsen in 3rd Strike. Hugo Andore is a giant man raised on a farm in germany, and a former member of the Mad Gear gang. He crossed over to North America when he was 20 years old, and was able to use his sheer size and strength to start a career in professional wrestling. Hugo was undefeated in both the wrestling world as well as the ultimate fighting world.

Hugo is unbelievably tall. Standing at 8 feet, he is the tallest character in Street Fighter history. Hugo traditionally wears a pink leopard skin tank-top with darker pink jeans, brown boots, and black studded wristbands. He wears a thick chain from the back of his waist, to 3/4 of the way around his waist, ending at his hip. He has long, messy black hair, that bounces and moves around as he moves and attacks. Hugo's face is considerably odd. His eyes are normally obscured by shadow during battle, but during certain animations, they become visible, revealing that he has no pupils, though he clearly has pupils in his character portrait. Hugo's design is said to be an homage to famed wrestler André the Giant.


Hokuto is the lead character of the Street Fighter EX series by Arika. Hokuto was born to a branch of the Mizukami (水神) family, which has held a tradition in the art of Kobujutsu. Originally known as "Shirase" (訃) during her childhood, Hokuto was entrusted to the head house at an early age and raised there. After her younger sister Nanase was born, the two trained together rigorously in the martial arts and were closely bonded as sisters. Hokuto trained in the martial arts since an early age, refining them into her personal style, eventually blooming her talent to become the "seiden" (正伝) of the ancient hand-to-hand martial arts of the Mizukami.

On the day Hokuto turned 17, she learned of the existence of elder brother named Kairi from her foster father, who disappeared when Hokuto was still an infant. Her brother was in fact, still alive and walking the path of the Shura (修羅). Hokuto sets off to a journey to stop him, which meant that she would have to face Kairi in a life or death confrontation. Eventually Hokuto did reached the end of her journey and was reunited with her brother Kairi...
However, Kairi's presence triggered the Seal of Blood implanted into Hokuto, turning her into an assassin whose only purpose was the erasure of Kairi's existence. The two siblings engaged in a severe battle which ended abruptly when Kairi fell into a ravine and disappeared.

Hokuto returned from her journey and was recognized as "seiden" of the Mizukami family. While training Nanase to become a legitimate successor herself, Hokuto learns of rumors stating that Kairi is still alive. Hokuto concedes the title of "seiden" to Nanase and sets off to a journey to find Kairi again. The only way to stop Kairi was to become a Shura herself...

Gift For Christmas

Having a hard time thinking of something special to give to your love ones this Christmas day? Well, we might be on the same boat! I am actually thinking of something very unique and something very remarkable to give to my special one but there are so many items to choose and it makes me really confuse which one is the best. I went to my favorite boutique shop to see some cool items but I realized that I bought a gift for her last year on the same boutique so it isn’t that unique anymore if I will be buying the same kind of clothes this year. I went online yesterday and something took my attention.

I visited and saw a lot of cool and stylish Rolex watches. We know how elegant Rolex watches are, right? So I guess, it could be a perfect gift this year. It is very useful and something that she can be treasured and something that she can reminds me of. Good thing, I was able to save enough money this year, so absolutely can buy one for her. Cheers! If you are having a hard time in thinking of a special gift for your love ones, then you might want to visit and see what else the site has to offer for you.


Hakan is a character in the Street Fighter series. He is making his debut as the tenth and final new fighter in Super Street Fighter IV. He was revealed by IGN on March 9, 2010. The character was created specifically to be "something that was never seen in a Street Fighter game before." The creators searched for an interesting new fighting style on websites such as YouTube to come up with a new off-the-wall character akin to Blanka or Dhalsim. Hakan is the president of the world's leading edible oil manufacturer and a leader in Turkey's national sport of Yağlı güreş. He enters the S.I.N.. tournament to showcase his skills, while also travelling the world in search of inspiration for a new oil recipe (after beating up and interrogating a trespassing thug whom he accuses of being an industrial spy).

A practitioner of Yağlı güreş, Hakan's moves revolve around the application of oil to his body. When he is "dry" he still maintains a slippery body and the same movesets, but when he applies oil he receives many advantages such as sliding further on the ground during his slide attack and having a longer range for his command throw. Application of oil makes him "glow" for a short amount of time, acting as a timer of sorts for his current oiling. Since his playstyle is based heavily on "oiling up" to achieve additional range, many of his attacks are designed to provide him the space needed to do so.

I deserve a Treat

It’s been as very stressing week. As you know, I am a working student and managing my time for both of my school and work is very stressing indeed. However, this week was very challenging to me because I had to attend several occasion aside from my daily School-work routine. I attended Milzon’s Christmas party yesterday and have to participate some of its events; I also have to join Milzon in his Lantern parade this afternoon. Too bad mom cannot attend any of the said events because she has a lot of things to do related to her work. Melvin is currently spending his vacation with Mirasol in our province which makes it no choice for me to do all the tasks and chores. I think I deserve a rest and I deserve something to treat myself. Maybe I can just buy one of those Authentic Blancpain Watches like the Blancpain Type XXI or the Blancpain Le Brassus for men.

I have enough budget for this item and I can even ask my mom to add more to make sure I can buy it. Having such a great watch will definitely give a great relief of all the stress I got from my work and school.

Sunday, December 19, 2010


Guy is a video game character in both the Final Fight and Street Fighter series. He first appeared in the 1989 beat 'em up Final Fight released and later appeared in the Street Fighter Alpha series. Guy is a red-clad ninpō master of Japanese descent who has been taught the fictional Bushin form of ninjutsu.

Guy's fighting style can be described as a fusion of traditional ninjutsu with modern street brawling. He remains one of the fastest character ever in the series, mainly due to his Haya-gake, which quickly closes the gap between him and an opponent. In Street Fighter Alpha 2, Guy was one of the few characters who could perform chain comboes after they were removed. In the Street Fighter series, Guy lacks a projectile, though he can throw a close-ranged burst of ki and shuriken in Final Fight 3 and Final Fight Revenge respectively. Guy is the only Final Fight character in the Street Fighter Alpha series to not use a weapon, though he does carry kunai on his person, as seen in his ending in Super Street Fighter IV.

Guy is one of three playable characters, along with Cody and Haggar, in the original arcade version of Final Fight, released for the arcades by Capcom in 1989. Each of the three fighters featured their own unique characteristics, with Guy being the fastest of the three due to his ninjutsu skills. One of his most unique techniques in the game is the "Off-the-Wall Kick", a technique which allows Guy to bounce off the wall with a jump kick. Due to space constraint, Guy was initially omitted from the Super NES port of the game, with Cody and Haggar being the only playable character in that version. Capcom later produced a second Super NES version titled Final Fight Guy, which replaced Cody's character with that of Guy, with the in-game explanation given that Cody was away training under Guy's master in Japan. Later versions of the game such as Final Fight CD for Sega CD and Final Fight One for the Game Boy Advance would include all three characters. Capcom also produced an NES game titled Mighty Final Fight, a parody of the original Final Fight which features all three characters. In the backstory of the original Final Fight, Guy is established to be the 39th successor of the Bushin-style Ninpo.


Guile is a video game character in Capcom's Street Fighter series of fighting games. Although his role in the Street Fighter story is minimal, he is considered the third leading and best male character in the series, after Ryu and Ken, largely due to his effectiveness as a character and his popularity. In the live action Street Fighter movie, Guile is given the full name of William F. Guile with the military rank of colonel. Although Capcom did not canonize the name, it was also used in the US Street Fighter cartoon that was loosely based on the movie. However, In the Udon Street Fighter comic book, Guile is the character's first name. According to the official Street Fighter website, Guile has the USAF rank of Major at the time of Street Fighter IV.

When Guile was a trainee in the United States Air Force, he befriended his superior officer, Charlie and asked him to teach him in his unique form of fighting, which Charlie agreed to do. Guile learned the style, but his hot temper caused him to be not as proficient in the moves as Charlie was (shown in how Charlie can shoot Sonic Booms with one hand while Guile needs both.)
Early Street Fighter II sketches and notes suggest that Guile was developed specifically to appeal to American fans. His physical appearance is strikingly different from the many Asian characters in the Street Fighter series, with light blue eyes, a chiseled jaw, and a particularly tall flattop haircut. The length of Guile's hair varies greatly from appearance to appearance. It is relatively realistic in Street Fighter II, and impossibly tall in SVC Chaos: SNK vs. Capcom. Capcom source books suggest that Guile's famous hairdo is styled with a special-order army hair spray to keep it up (though he ends up fixing it quickly after a match).

Guile is generally considered a top tier character in the Street Fighter II series. He is considered by most players as the best character after Ken and Ryu. Guile is the first of many characters to introduce the "charge" gameplay style, in that a player must hold in a direction for a few seconds and press in the other afterwards to pull off a special move. This type of gameplay can make Guile a defensive character. Because of the short lag after his Sonic Boom, though, he can follow it and use his various forward-moving attacks to pressure the enemy, which makes him offensively very powerful as well.

A Busy and Tiring Week

It has been a very stressing week! I attended a lot of social events this whole damn week. Well, you all know that I am a working student. I work every morning and study every night. But aside from this very stressing Work-school routine, I have to attend several parties. Too bad that my mom has a very important business trip and my dad won’t be able to attend the event so I have no choice but to join Milzon’s party the whole week. I attended Milzon’s Christmas Party last Tuesday. It was kinda stressing because I have to participate in most of their fun activities. Yes it’s fun but a bit tiring. And then I have to join Milzon again for his lantern parade. We’ll have to walk for such a long distance to parade our lantern. I was like almost dying and want to go for a break. Yes! I deserve a break!! Since I have no events to attend to and since it is my vacation starting today, I will definitely grab the opportunity to take a break, keep my self away from those stresses and have some fun. Oh! Will definitely play my favorite Online casinos to entertain me while I’m a very long break. It must be boring if I do not have something to play with right? Okay, I think my head is starting to ache now…. Gonna have to sleep for awhile…. Have a great day guys!

Saturday, December 11, 2010


Gouken is a playable character in the Street Fighter series. He is Ryu's adoptive father, Ryu and Ken's martial arts master, Dan's former master as well as Akuma's older brother. Gouken is most often depicted as an elderly man with a white beard and prayer beads around his neck. In his most recent Street Fighter IV appearance, Gouken wears a single sleeved, navy blue-colored karate gi and sports a long, white braid of hair adorned with a single prayer bead. Gouken plays an integral role in the series' backstory, and was first depicted as a picture in Akuma's ending in Street Fighter Alpha. Gouken's first actual appearance as a character was in Street Fighter IV as a boss character. He is an unlockable character in the home console version of the game.

While earlier Street Fighter games made references to Ryu and Ken's master, Gouken made his first illustrated appearance in Street Fighter II RYU, Masaomi Kanzaki's manga adaptation of Street Fighter II. Since then, Gouken has appeared in several Street Fighter movies and comics, including UDON's Street Fighter line of comics, and the Street Fighter Alpha: Generations movie. Before having a canonical illustration in Street Fighter Alpha, Gouken's appearance would differ vastly between media.
Gouken is one of the 19 characters in Street Fighter IV to not have second rivals in Super Street Fighter IV, despite having a ultra combo video to include his second rival (Ken).
Gouken himself was inspired by the Sheng Long mix-up, being added in response to fans demanding Sheng-Long. One of his titles states AKA Sheng Long. Ironically, he is one of the least used characters for online modes, mainly due to being difficult in gameplay, compared to other characters, like Ryu.

Stylish RV

Owning an RV has always been a dream for me. I just like to experience riding on that kind of Vehicle. Recreational Vehicle is a kind of vehicle that is equipped with living space and amenities that you can usually found in home. You are also free to customize your own interior design and base it on your own preferences. Anyway, if ever i get a chance to own an RV, i will surely make it something unique. I don’t like those simple contemporary styles of RV. I want to make it more appealing by installing some cool gadgets on it and by placing some stylish furniture inside. I will definitely buy a very stylish RV Faucet for both of my bathroom and lavatory. It will definitely look great if i will change its flooring into a furry mat. Anyway, i don’t have RV yet but hopefully someday i will.


Gill(ギル) is a character in the Street Fighter series. He first appeared in and is the main boss of Street Fighter III and is voiced by Bruce Robertson in New Generation and 2nd Impact and by Lawrence Bayne in 3rd Strike.

He is presented as a cult leader who would become a benevolent monarch over his worthy subjects. However, his cult uses kidnapping, coercion, DNA manipulation, brainwashing, and extreme force in order to select their chosen people. Gill's appearance is characterized by his half red and half blue muscular body and flowing blond hair. He bears a distinct and intentional resemblance to a Greek God.

Gill is the leader of a mysterious cult-like organization called the Illuminati which has manipulated world events for over 2000 years, and is dedicated to the salvation of mankind, and creation of a new utopia. The Illuminati had genetically enhanced Gill in his youth, increasing his strength and speed so that he could participate in an intense hand-to-hand combat training program. Gill became the top student out of the hundreds of enhanced warriors involved, surpassing even his own jealous brother, Urien.

Gill is much more powerful than every other character in Street Fighter III, so he is unselectable during regular gameplay. However, in home versions of Street Fighter III, Gill can be selected after he has been defeated at least once by every character. He is even selectable in Xbox Live matchmaking service games, providing players the opportunity to choose an unusually powerful character during head-to-head play.
Gill's asymmetrical color scheme was a device for Capcom to display the graphical power of the CPS-3 board. In previous SF games, details such as Sagat's eye-patch would switch depending on which way the character was facing. Originally, Gill was to be colored black and white. It was later decided to color him red and blue, to better show off the game's graphical power.

Friday, December 10, 2010


Gen (Japanese: 元) is a Chinese martial arts master and former assasin who uses legendary fighting techniques. Stated by the official website to be in his 70s by the time of Super Street Fighter IV, Gen is a legend in the Chinese underworld. However, he has been diagnosed with a fatal illness believed to be leukemia, and is seeking to die as he has lived: fighting. He has taught several characters in the Street Fighter series how to fight, including Chun-Li, Yun and Yang. That all these characters possess vastly different fighting styles speaks to the breadth of his mastery. He is currently the only character in the Street Fighter series who can switch between fighting styles (he has 2 of them) during a match, and one of the few characters in fighting games with multiple movesets.

Gen appears as a main character the live-action movie, Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li, portrayed by Robin Shou. Depicted as a younger martial arts master, he serves as the leader of a secret anti-crime organization known as the Order of the Web. It is Gen who teaches Chun-Li her more advanced moves, including the Kikoken and accompanies her in the fight against Bison and Shadowloo.
His back-story also reveals he was a partner-in-arms with Bison in their earlier days as criminals, but Gen eventually left him, no longer tolerant of stealing from others.


Geki is a claw-wielding ninja who also uses shurikens and teleportation techniques. He fights in a meadow from where Mount Fuji can be seen. Like most of the characters from Street Fighter, very little information has been revealed about him. Vega wields a claw much like Geki's.

It is a possibility that Geki was the one who trained Vega in the art of Ninjutsu since he went to Japan to study it according to the canon storyline.
Wielding his claw, Geki is one of the first characters in the Street Fighter series to have any sort of weapon, the other being Eagle's clubs.

My Uncle's Business

My Uncle owns a small business. It is a computer shop business and i can say that it really work well. However, i see that he is the only one managing the shop without anyone assisting him. The shop is located near the school and he got so many customers going in and out from his shop every day. It must be a very stressing job for him and i would like to suggest him to at least hire someone to help him in the shop. I wasn’t that so sure but as far as i remember, he is also doing regular audit about his taxes. Keeping an accurate record of all the business transaction is very important. This is the reason why there are bookkeeping services being offered for business owners like my Uncle. Bookkeeping is a part of Preparing for your Tax. There are actually companies that can help you managing you tax and help you preparing for your tax returns like the Tax Preparation Vancouver WA has. Tax Preparation Portland includes the bookkeeping service which is a legal requirement to all business; they also provide major assistance in auditing and preparing tax returns. I’m sure this will help my Uncle a lot to manage and run his business with no ease!

Tuesday, December 7, 2010


Garuda is a demon dressed in samurai-like armor wearing a skeletal mask who can make blades appear from every part of his body. He is a nonhuman entity that is a compilation of all the souls driven mad by Satsui no Hado, and it is later revealed that he also feeds on negative feelings such as anger, hatred, envy, treachery, and despair. Because of this, Garuda is known to be fatal even without taking action - this is due to the brainwaves which he emits. His age, exact origin, and fighting style are unknown.

Like most characters in the EX series, he has no confirmed encounter with any of the other characters. Garuda fights harder against those who utilize Satsui no Hado. Garuda is one of the few characters in EX whose attacks cause the opponent to bleed profusely. This was removed from American ports of the game. Along with Skullomania, Garuda is one of the more memorable characters from the EX series and was even requested by some fans to be added to the Super Street Fighter 4 cast, to no avail however.


Fei-Long is a character in the Street Fighter series. He is Capcom's tribute to Kung Fu Legend Bruce Lee, who was the actual inspiration for Fei Long's design itself. He first appeared as one of the four "New Challengers" in Super Street Fighter II, which was released in 1993. He later made his return in the Alpha series as well as the Street Fighter 4 series. Other media appearences he has made involve Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie and also the anime, Street Fighter II V. Fei Long is serious most of the time. He is also shown to be calm at times. The best example of this is in his rival fight against Abel, where he is shown to be in a normal mood at first but all of a sudden loses his temper just as the frenchmen repeatedly asks him for a fight. There are also times when Fei Long is shown to be a little cocky. This can be seen by many of his personal actions and also win quotes against certain characters. He is full of fighting spirit as shown in a lot of his win quotes and takes great pride in his fighting style which he seeks to honor it in all ways possible. He also despises all that is evil.

Fei-Long has two special techniques in his debut appearance in Super Street Fighter II. The Rekkaken (烈火拳? "Blazing Flame Fist") is a series of rushing punches towards his enemy. When the player inputs the Rekkaken command while Fei-Long is already performing the technique, he will follow it with another Rekkaken. He can perform up to three in a row, the third ending in a different cry and a cooldown that plays off of Bruce Lee's notable finale of tensing himself after the final blow.

In Street Fighter 4, Fei Long retains his old Rekkaken punches and Shienkyaku whilst gaining new moves such as Rekkukyaku and Tenshin. The Rekkukyaku involves Fei Long performing a flying kick which he then branches into a front flip kick. The Tenshin is a grab in which Fei Long hooks his leg to the opponents and flips over them. This move allows him to catch the opponent off guard and set up certain combos. He retains his Super Street Fighter 2 Super Combo, the Rekkashinken and gains a new Ultra combo called the Rekkashingeki. It starts with Fei Long doing a couple of Rekkakens which eventually lead to a devastating punch to the opponents mid-section. After that, Fei Long procedes on to deliver a series of fury punches leading to a powerful uppercut which launches the opponent in the air and finishes them off by following up with a ferocious flaming flying kick.

Payday Loans Online

Cousin Macky and I will hit the mall today and we are planning to shop some goods. This is also a part of our early Christmas shopping. Actually, it was Macky’s plan. He wants me to join him in his shopping and help him to buy some great stuff for Christmas. Yes it might be too late for him to buy Christmas items knowing that we only have two weeks left before the much awaited holiday of the year but just like what they said, it’s better late than never right? He is also asking me to help him how to get payday loans since the budget that he has is not enough to cover the res of his expenses for the whole month. I got a chance to get such loans before but I told him that it would be better for him to apply for payday loans online. He can get fast approval when he applies for payday loans online compare to applying directly on a lending company. Applying for payday loans online is not that time consuming too. Anyway, I better prepare now. Macky will be taking me here around 10 in the morning and it’s passed 9 already. Going to take a shower now. Chow!

Wednesday, December 1, 2010


Elena is a character in the Street Fighter series. She first appeared in Street Fighter III and is voiced by Hotaru Fujino in New Generation and 2nd Impact and by Mie Midori in 3rd Strike. Elena is a princess in an African tribe that has a cultural tradition of fighting, making her a warrior princess. She may have been born in Kenya, but her fighting style is Capoeira which utilizes her strong, long legs with dance-like moves and fancy legwork. Her father, the tribe's chief, is a witch doctor. However, he also has a PhD in medicine obtained from a French university. Elena's views of fighting and martial arts differ from most due to her light hearted personality allowing her to befriend some people and annoy others. She wants to travel around the world, meeting new friends along the way. She studied as an exchange student in Japan, where she met her best friend Narumi. She later continued those studies in France.

Elena has white hair, blue eyes, and dark skin. She is barefoot while fighting and has long, powerful legs. Her attire consists of a white two-piece bikini-like outfit with pale red, sky-blue, gold and purple bands on her neck, arms, wrists, shins, and ankles, making hers arguably the most revealing fight attire for a female in Street Fighter-verse history.

Elena's fighting style consists entirely of kicks and leg throws, even when the player uses a punch button command. She is the only Street Fighter character to use only kicks, in opposition to Dudley and Balrog who only use punches. (It should be noted that Dudley uses an elbow strike for his jumping HK and Balrog uses headbutts for his throws and his anti-air charge move.)

Elena is one of the only Street Fighter characters who has the ability to use Healing, a Super Art which allows Elena to regain up to 1/3 of her life energy bar if given the opportunity. The only other similar situation is in Street Fighter Alpha 3, when Juni and Juli fight together as an AI-controlled sub-boss team, as they can also heal themselves.


El Fuerte is a Mexican luchador who spends his time perfecting his lucha libre skills and honing his cooking abilities. His indomitable spirit is a match for even the legendary Zangief. He now travels the world in an effort to assemble the greatest recipes on the planet and made his first appearance in Street Fighter IV. His name is Spanish for "The Strong One." El Fuerte's role in the story is minimal. He joins the tournament to fight the other champions and discover what they eat and also test his lucha libre skills. Along the way, he meets Zangief who is his rival and fights to see if "A hurricane is stronger than a cyclone." El Fuerte's ending finds him asking what recipe is suitable for a great hero. E. Honda and Zangief suggest their favorite food (Chankonabe and Borscht, respectively). El Fuerte then suggests and mixes them together and adds some chilli peppers and some lemon. The results apparently tasted foul, as Honda and Zangief's faces turn blue with disgust. Then El Fuerte proclaims the food "tastes so great it sends you straight to heaven!"

El-Fuerte is a short, but built Hispanic male. His official measurements are B120/W82/H90. He is 5 feet 7 inches tall and weighs in at 154lbs. El Fuerte dresses in typical luchador uniform to match his playing style. He is topless, but wears black wrestling bands on his arms and a gold sash on his waist. He wears short, white, wrestlers tights. They are buttoned up his thighs with four golden buttons and they also have three blue stars on his rear. He also wears white, laced, wrestlers boots with a golden sole. His mask follows the pattern of the rest of his outfit, being white with gold trim and having three blue stars on his forehead. El Fuerte's hair sticks out of his mask in a flared out ponytail-top. His hair also reaches out of the bottom of his mask and is brown in color.
El Fuerte is shown to be a huge fan of R. Mika in the UDON comics. In one scene, one of her matches is being shown on TV at a restaurant. T. Hawk, watching, requests that the channel be changed, since he can't stand pro wrestling. After hearing T. Hawk badmouth both pro wrestling, and Mika, El Fuerte bursts from the kitchen and yells at T. Hawk. Mika's image adorns every piece of El Fuerte's cooking attire, and Fuerte seems to keep a lot of Mika themed knick-knacks around, such as lunchboxes, posters, figurines, etc. This is possibly what makes them rivals.


Eagle is a character in the Street Fighter fighting game series. He is named after the Golfing term "Eagle." The other British character from the first Street Fighter; Birdie is also named after a golf term.

Eagle was born in the UK. A cold-blooded individual, Eagle is a bouncer who was employed as a newly-rich noble family's bodyguard during the first World Warrior tournament. He was hired to defeat Sagat, but was unsuccessful and returned to the bar scene, eventually becoming a living legend. Eagle is a tall, muscular fighter with blond hair arranged in a pompadour. In the original Street Fighter, Eagle's outfit consisted of a tuxedo without the jacket, a bow tie, and suspenders. However, in Capcom vs. SNK 2 and the PSP and GBA versions of SFA3, he wears a white dress shirt with a red ascot tie, black pants, white gloves, and of course, his braces (suspenders). His pomp, braces (suspenders), and formal dress make Eagle some sort of mixed counter-culture counterpart to Birdie, a punk.

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