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    Vergil is the eldest of the twin sons of Sparda and Eva, and is the main antagonist of Devil May Cry 3: Dante's Awakening and the special edition version. Unlike Dante, his younger brother, he embraces his demonic heritage, while despising his human one. His personality is the polar opposite of Dante's; whereas Dante is hot-headed and sarcastic, Vergil is calm and calculating. He has a lust for power and is willing to disregard anything to obtain the power of his father, Sparda. He uses Yamato, a keepsake from his father, and possesses a sense of style that rivals Dante's.


    Vergil is calm, cool, and calculated - and a complete opposite to his brother, Dante. He is quiet and prefers swords over guns, since he considers firearms unworthy of a …



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    M. Bison, known as Vega (ベガ, Bega) in Japan, is the main antagonist of the Street Fighter II and Street Fighter Alpha series. He was inspired by Washizaki (鷲崎, "Eagle Cape"), a villain from the manga and anime Riki-Oh; and Yasunori Kato (加藤保憲), the antagonist from the fantasy film, Tokyo: The Last Megalopolis (aka Teito Monogatari, 帝都物語). In Street Fighter Alpha 3 he refers to himself by the full title of Master Bison ("Vega-sama" in the Japanese version), with Cammy and the Dolls refering to him in the same way as well.

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    Aside from Street Fighter X Mai-HiME, I will also work on with Mai-Otome X Capcom as my second crossover story. The concept of the story is likely based on a strategy and action RPG similar to Heroes Phantasia (an RPG game that features Mai-HiME.) and Namco X Capcom as well Project X Zone (RPG games that entirely features characters from many Capcom games).

    While Street Fighter X Mai-HiME features characters from the HiME anime and Street Fighter games, Mai-Otome X Capcom on the other hand features the characters from Mai-Otome anime and many Capcom characters.


    The plot will be announced soon after I'm finished with the 25th chapter of Street Fighter X Mai-HiME.


    • Arika Yumemiya
    • Erstin Ho
    • Mashiro Blan de Windbloom
    • Mikoto (cat)
    • Natsuki Kruger
    • Nina Wáng …


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    Natsuki Kruger is a fictional character from the Mai-Hime and Mai-Otome anime and manga series. Her name is Natsuki Kuga in the Mai-Hime series. She is voiced by Saeko Chiba in Japanese and Cheryl McMaster in English.


    Natsuki Kruger is the 2nd of the Five Columns whose Master is Fumi Himeno, herself. She doesn't need a certification from an individual master and can materialize whenever she wants.





    Natsuki's Gem is the Ice Silver Crystal and her master is Fumi Himeno. She requires no certification, though her ability to use a Robe is dependent on the status of Fumi.

    In Mai-Otome X Capcom, her guardians from the latter roster are composed of Ryu, Ken Masters, Chris Redfield, Jill Valentine, Frank West, Amaterasu, Mega Man Volnutt, Axl, and Tron Bonne an…






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    The Ultra Combos (ウルトラ コンボ) are a very powerful type of move introduced in Street Fighter IV. To perform an Ultra Combo, a player enters a combination of buttons (usually a modified combination of a Super Combo combination that involves pressing all three Punch/Kick buttons at once rather than just one Punch/Kick button) with a sufficiently charged Revenge Gauge (which is the left side of the Super Gauge at the bottom of the screen) by receiving and blocking blows or absorbing hits with Focus Attacks. The Ultra Combos are called "finishing moves" by fans, as it is considered the best way to finalize your opponent with style, but if you throw it out randomly, it will likely not connect, leaving you vulnerable.

    They are often stronger version…

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    "You must defeat Sheng Long to stand a chance."
    —Ryu, American localization of Street Fighter II

    Ryu  (リュウ, 隆, Ryū) is the main character and "hero" of the Street Fighter series. Ryu has made an appearance in every Street Fighter game, as well as in every crossover fighting game with Capcom characters in it. Ryu has arguably become the most famous character in the fighting game genre, starring in early fighting games such as Street Fighter, but really got well known in Street Fighter II, where he was considered a "basic" character. He, along with Mega Man, is considered one of Capcom's unofficial "mascots".

    As of Street Fighter IV to Street Fighter X Tekken, he is voiced by Hiroki Takahashi in Japanese and Kyle Hebert in English.


    Ryu is portray…


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    "CHILDs" are the different creatures that are being summoned by the HiMEs in their fight as their protector. The names and appearance of the child were based from ancient mythological creatures, monsters, and deities. Also, the child can be considered as the combination of living creatures with flesh and of mechanical or technological parts.

    The life of the child was connected with the life of the most important person in the life of the HiME. If the child of a certain HiME dies, the most important person in her life will also die. Additionally, if the HiME herself is killed, her most important person will die.

    In Street Fighter X Mai-HiME, some Childs are shown to have weaknesses to certain special attacks of many warriors from the Street F…

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    The Satsui no Hado (殺意の波動, Satsui no Hadou, lit. "Surge of the Murderous Intent"), also known as the Dark Hado (ダーク ハドウ), is an evil, demonic energy that is most known for its use by the likes of Akuma, as well as Ryu's struggle against it, seen in Capcom's popular fighting game series, Street Fighter.


    The Satsui no Hado made its debut during the first World Warrior Tournament, where Ryu unknowingly awakened something inside of him to defeat Sagat in a drastic effort.

    Originally, Ryu scarred Sagat with a single Shoryuken. It was later retconned in Street Fighter Alpha that Ryu lost control of himself and his rage by rising up fist first, scarring Sagat with a Metsu Shoryuken instead. His attack took on the properties of Goutetsu's original a…


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    Lists of techniques of the four of the twelve HiMEs in the fanmade crossover story Street Fighter X Mai-HiME. I will start with their Childs' default attacks seen in the anime, and their acquired attacks from Street Fighter characters. This will be seperate from Ultra Combos, and here will be focused on Special Attacks. The four HiMEs gaining the attacks from Street Fighter characters references from those seen in the Mega Man X games, whereas Zero gains a different attacks after defeating a boss character. The Child's default attacks seen in the anime are considered Super Combos, while they differ from Ultra Combos where the four HiMEs will gain Ultras after encountering Street Fighter characters along with these following special attacks.



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    Lists of villains in the fanfiction crossover story Street Fighter X My-HiME.


    Prior to the U.S. release of Street Fighter IICapcom was afraid of a lawsuit from Mike Tyson over a character with his likeness and a similar sounding name (his Japanese name being Mike Bison). Additionally, when the designers presented the game to Capcom USA's marketing department, they believed that the name Vega (Dictator) was a weakling's name. They decided to rotate the names of three of the four boss characters in the following manner:

    • The boxer is known as M. Bison in Japan and Balrog in the U.S.
    • The Spanish assassin/bullfighter is known as Balrog in Japan and Vega in the U.S.
    • The evil dictator and head of Shadaloo is known as Vega in Japan and M. Bison in th…

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    Lists of characters in the fanfiction crossover story Street Fighter X Mai-HiME. In no particular order, here are the protagonists and other anti-heroes in the Street Fighter and Mai-HiME roster as well as of the four HiME's Street Fighter Teams.


    Voiced by: Saeko Chiba (JPN), Cheryl McMaster (ENG; normal), Laura Bailey (ENG; Hado Kakusei mode)

    Natsuki in the story is the main heroine in the crossover story. She appeared in the second chapter of the story attempting to fight Mikoto Minagi. As usual in her anime incarnation, her quest for revenge towards the First District continues. Prior to that, she joins with Ryu and his friends in the world of the street fighters, allowing her to learn the environment where warriors experience, she gains …


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    Street Fighter X My-HiME (or Street Fighter X Mai-HiME) (ストリート·ファイターX 舞-HiME, Sutorito Faita Kurosu Mai-HiME) is a fanfiction crossover story by TheEternalRival (my username in Fanfiction.net). This features entirely many characters from the Street Fighter and My-HiME rosters.


    Ryu was asked by his master Gouken to bring three young women from the Fuka Academy who are believed to have magical powers that may have possible connection to the Satsui no Hado. He along with Ken and Sakura, the three set out on a journey in the world of the HiMEs.

    As usual, Ryu (who represents the Street Fighter universe), and Natsuki (from the My-HiME roster) are the center characters of the story.

    Throughout the story, which unbeknownst to Ryu and company, two crimin…


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