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Yugi Motoh

(and Yami Yugi)

Older notes covering the basics about Yugi Motoh, Yami Yugi and their games.

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Becky the nose


A young professional informer/private detective/underworld intelligence type. From the Gunsmith Cats manga. You may have heard rumours that this profile now has M&M stats. For a retainer fee, plus expenses, we could tell you whether it's true.

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Riff-Raff


A fiery professional underworld wheelwoman, driving a 427 Cobra. Va-va-voom. As of May of 2018, this engine was fine-tuned with stats for Vroom Mutants & Vroom Masterminds.

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Ivy

(Isabella Valentine)

One of the most famous characters in the Soul Calibur fighting video games. Magical whip-sword, martial arts, alchemy. As of January of 2019, this profile was rewritten, updated, upgraded. Generally, we've made it more well-rounded.

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Master Bison

(Tom's profile) (A.k.a. Vega)

The famous Big Bad in early Street Fighter video games. Super-martial-artist, crime lord, technologist, psychic. As of December of 2018, Tom harnessed his dreaded Psycho Power and punched this old profile of his into shape. Also, we're now using the US version of the names since sticking to the Japanese one was more confusing.

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Mike Haggar


This street-fighting wrestler appeared in 1980s Capcom video games and returned a few times, notably in Final Fight games. And so did his moustache.

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Blanka

(Tom's profile)

Tom's take on this classic Street Fighter hard-fighting mutated man-beast. As of September of 2018, this profile was revisado e melhorado.

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Mai Shiranui


The emblematic and exaggeratedly 3-dimensional Fatal Fury and King of Fighters fighting video games character, who was never developed much. As of August of 2018, Tom revised this article to improve its coverage.

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Chun Li

(Tom's profile)

Stats for Chun-Li in some major Street Fighter video games, and her backstory. As of August of 2018, this profile had most of its texts overhauled.

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Zangief

(Tom's profile)

One of the most popular classic Street Fighters characters, a giant Russian wrestler. As of July of 2018, Tom has revised and improved this entry. It now has 8% more muscle and 11% more chest hair.

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Gouki aka Akuma

(Tom's profile)

One of the biggest guns in the Street Fighters universe. As of July of 2018, this profile was overhauled and expanded.

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Shermie


A lighthearted grappler from the King of Fighters video games series. As of March of 2018, this profile was revised to add information.

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Ralf Jones


Super-elite soldiers from various SNK video games - chiefly the King of Fighters series. As of November of 2017, this profile was considerably expanded so it's more useful for people who aren't KoF experts.

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Clark Still


From the Ikari Warriors and King of Fighters video games. Super-elite soldier. As of November of 2017, this profile was considerably expanded so it's more useful for those who aren't familiar with these games.

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Terry Bogard


The original lead for the Fatal Fury brawling video games, and later one of the playable characters in King of Fighters games.

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Tielle the archer


The archetypal goofy elf girl/fantasy archer, from Japanese RPG video game Recettear. When she's not busy obsessing over pastries, she can perform some strange magical bow shots.

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Elan the monk


From the video game Recettear, a purposefully typical two-fisted young priest/martial artist heroic fantasy adventurer. It's a JRPG, so of course he has magical attacks.

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Nagi the lancer


Nagi the lancer, a polearms (esp. naginata) expert from the Recettear video game. Also, very lost.
DCH players might note that the Recettear writeups often come with interesting little construct to simulate JRPG character powers (though Nagi may not be the best example, I'll admit. ANYWAY.)
Also her eyes are colour-coordinated with our site, so we appreciate that.

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Caillou the boy mage


The most spells-heavy adventurer in the Recettear video game. 14-year-old pedant who knows magic. But heh, he's colour-coordinated with our site, so we appreciate that.

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Charme the Thief


From the video game Recettear, a good example of the thief archetype from Japanese heroic fantasy games. With magical gameplay powers, obvs.

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Vagabond Mugen

(Peter's take)

A second take on Mugen from the Samurai Champloo animé, this time by Peter. Hip-hop raggamuffin medieval Japan swordsman of astounding skill and disastrous attitude.

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Louie the swordsman


From the Recettear indie video game, a handy Generic Heroic Fantasy Animé Adventurer - with a sword. He's not the smartest guy on the block, but he means well.

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Recette Lemongrass, and Tear


The heroines of an odd and cute little video game about running a magic items shop for dungeon-delving adventurers in a Generic Fantasy Setting. The inept but very friendly Recette, and the grumpy but well-trained fairy Tear.

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Yellow Ranger

(Trini Kwan)

The Yellow Ranger (Trini Kwan) during the first two seasons of Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers, during the 1980s.

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Pink Ranger

(Kimberly Hart)

Kimberly Hart, the Pink Ranger, during the first 2 seasons of the landmark 1980s sentai kids' show. Pterodactyl !

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Blue Ranger

(Billy Cranston)

The nerdiest of the Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers - Billy as featured during the first 2 seasons of the show. Dramatically yelling "Triceratops !" never gets old.

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Black Ranger

(Zack Taylor)

The Black Ranger (Zachary Taylor) and the Mastodon, as he appeared during the first two seasons of Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers. Also, "hip-hop-kido" because we must never forget.

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Red Ranger

(Jason Lee Scott)

The original Red Ranger of the Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers as he was during the earliest seasons of the show.

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