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Chun-Li has been a mainstay of the Street Fighter series since her introduction as the world's strongest woman back in Street Fighter II. She has appeared in just about every Street Fighter franchise, and then some. Her design, combined with her indomitable spirit, has catapulted her popularity to the top of the list alongside Ken and Ryu. Click here to find out more about Chun-Li's appearances in various fighting game series.

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Attack Pattern[edit]

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SPF2T Gem Yellow.pngSPF2T Gem Yellow.pngSPF2T Gem Red.pngSPF2T Gem Red.pngSPF2T Gem Green.pngSPF2T Gem Green.png
SPF2T Gem Red.pngSPF2T Gem Red.pngSPF2T Gem Green.pngSPF2T Gem Green.pngSPF2T Gem Blue.pngSPF2T Gem Blue.png
SPF2T Gem Red.pngSPF2T Gem Red.pngSPF2T Gem Green.pngSPF2T Gem Green.pngSPF2T Gem Blue.pngSPF2T Gem Blue.png

Chun-Li's attack pattern is not as bad as Ryu's, but it's not much better. The biggest problem with it is that it results in the automatic creation of a number of power gems for the opponent if a large number are dropped on a relatively level surface. Even when it's not, the green and red Counter Gems tend to create links, making it easier to return punishment back to Chun-Li. For chip damage, she's not much better, as the near constant pairs of red, green, and blue tend to create large columns in the opponent's play field. Chun-Li's best tactic is to bombard opponents with one large drop, followed by continuous chips to overwhelm the opponent before he or she has a chance to clear out the initial drop.

Stage Description[edit]

Chun-Li's stage

Chun-Li's Puzzle Fighter stage is an alternative take on her Street Fighter Alpha stage background which, of course, depicts the Great Wall of China. However, in this particular scene, the monkey SonSon can be seen hovering overhead on his magic cloud, which later served as the inspiration for the item droppers in Pocket Fighter. When one player loses, the wall behind them immediately collapses, leaving a statue of Zangief in a wrestling pose.

Poses[edit]

1 - 11 Taunt
12 - 17 Hyaku-Retsu-Kyaku (2 hits)
18 - 23 Hyaku-Retsu-Kyaku (3 hits)
24 - 29 Hyaku-Retsu-Kyaku (4 hits)
30+ Kikoushuu (10 hit)

Win Quotes[edit]

  • I'm the strongest puzzle fighter in the world!
  • I'm too smart to fall for your stupid patterns.
  • Sorry! But I don't know how to pull punches.
  • Why waste my time? You'll just keep losing!

Colors[edit]

  • Player 1: Blue dress
  • Player 2: Pink dress
  • Special 1: Grey dress
  • Special 2: Orange dress

Artwork[edit]

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