The Bushin Muso Renge (武神無双連華, Bushin Musou Renge, "Warrior God's Peerless Lotus"), also spelled Bushin Musou Renka in the Alpha series, is one of Guy's Super Combos, introduced in the Street Fighter Alpha series and re-used as his second Ultra Combo in Super Street Fighter IV. It is considered one of his most popular attacks.
|Street Fighter Alpha series||Super Combo||+|
|Super Street Fighter IV||Ultra Combo II||+|
Street Fighter Alpha seriesEdit
Introduced in Street Fighter Alpha 2 Gold, the screen goes black (flashing white with each hit) as Guy does half of his Bushin Gokusa Ken, then does a light kick, a medium kick, and then a roundhouse kick with his crouching elbow punch. Guy then finishes with a Kamaitachi.
Super Street Fighter IVEdit
Guy grabs and gut-punches the foe, and roundhouse kicks them away. As the music changes and the screen goes white, he sprints behind them and strikes with a 5-hit combo, knocking them away before catching up again and delivering another 5-hit combo. During the combos, Guy's speed lines and blows are animated with the ink usually associated with Focus Attacks. Guy then finishes with 7 lightning-quick blows (for a total of 19). The foe slumps to the ground afterward.
In both games, Guy ends the move by turning around and putting his hand up ("Waruku omou na!" in Japanese/"Nothing personal!" in English). In the Alpha series, if used in a Super Combo Finish, he would remain turned.