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Karin using Kanzuki-Ryu Hadorokushiki Hasha no Kata against Ken.

"Kanzuki-Ryu Ougi! Hadorokushiki Hasha No Kata! Behold, the final attack! Oh-hohohoho!"
Karin

The Kanzuki-Ryu Hadorokushiki Hasha no Kata (神月流覇道六式覇者の型 Kantsuki-ryuu Hadou Roku-shiki Hasha no Kata?, "Kanzuki-style Stream of the Supreme Road Formula Six: Champion's Form") is Karin's Critical Art in Street Fighter V.

Input
All appearances Arcade Stick QCFArcade Stick QCF + Arcade Button Punch

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KarinFinalAttack

Karin about to deliver the final attack in her Kanzuki-Ryu Hadorokushiki Hasha no Kata against Cammy.

Executed by pressing two quarter-circle forward motions and punch, Karin starts off with two palm strikes to the midsection of the opponent then jumps upwards with a knee then twirls the opponent like vertical helicopter propellers. When they stop she hits them with a thrusting palm strike which sends them shooting towards the wall, ending with her turning back and doing her signature, and famous haughty "ojou-sama" laugh. "Ooooh-ho-ho-ho-ho-ho!"

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Trivia Edit

  • In The King of Fighters XIV, Muimui, the protagonist of SNK's pachislot game Dragon Gal, has an attack that is similiar in appearance to the latter portion of the Kanzuki-Ryu Hadorokushiki Hasha no Kata.
  • This move could possibly have the longest name in the entire Street Fighter series.