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Below is a list of non-playable characters (commonly abbreviated as NPC) in the Street Fighter series. These are characters who have made an appearance but are by no means accessible to the player. Their purpose is often for spectacle or storylines. For the list of playable characters, click here.

Main seriesEdit

Street FighterEdit

  • Geki -- A ninja who wields shuriken and a claw and can be found at Mt. Fuji.
  • Joe -- An American Underground Kickboxer from New York.
  • Lee -- A Kung Fu expert from China who is fought on the Great Wall. He is Yun and Yang's uncle and a friend of Gen's.
  • Mike -- An African-American boxer who is fought at Mount Rushmore. He is often mistaken for Balrog.
  • Retsu -- One of Gouken's friends, he gave his last trial to Ryu and Ken.
  • Tournament Staff -- Four blonde-haired men in white gi shirts tied together with blackbelts, yellow gi pants and black martial arts shoes. They hold the boards in two of the bonus stages.

Street Fighter II seriesEdit

  • Datta (ダッタ? named "Dadda" in SNK vs. Capcom: SVC Chaos and "Dada" in SNK vs. Capcom: Card Fighters DS) -- Dhalsim's son, seen in his endings. Datta also shows up in Dhalsim's ending from Street Fighter Alpha 2 (as a baby), Street Fighter IV, Super Street Fighter IV, X-Men vs. Street Fighter and SNK vs. Capcom: SVC Chaos. He is Amy's penpal.[1][2]
  • Dorai -- Chun-Li's father. He disappeared on a mission and was a friend of Gen. Chun-Li is seen visiting his grave marker in the original version of her ending. He appeared in Street Fighter II V, where he is almost killed by Cammy, who had been told by Shadaloo he was a criminal, but he is saved by Fei Long, who fights Cammy and explains to her that she had been fooled.
  • Gorbachev -- The president of Russia, seen in Zangief's ending.
  • Julia (ユリア Yuria?, formely Jane) and Amy (クリス Kurisu?, Chris in Japan) -- Guile's wife and daughter, the former being the older sister of Ken's wife Eliza. They appeared in his endings, and urged Guile not to kill M. Bison. In addition, they show up in Guile's ending from Capcom Fighting Evolution and SNK vs. Capcom: SVC Chaos. Amy is the niece of Eliza and is a penpal of Dhalsim's son Datta.[1][2]
  • Max and Scott (マックス & スコット) -- The African American and blonde fighter respectively, who appear in the intro fighting in front of a crowd.[3][4]
  • Sabu (サブ?) -- The domestic dog from Guile's daughter, seen in his ending.[5] It is good friends with Shiro (シロ?), the white dog that appears barking in the Bay Area stage from Final Fight.[1]
  • Sally (サリー Sarī?) -- Dhalsim's wife, seen in his endings. In Street Fighter Alpha 2 and 3, Sally appears in the background of Dhalsim's stage. She is also in the background of Super Street Fighter IV's India stage, though she won't pay any fight much mind unless her husband is participating. She also shows up in Dhalsim's ending from Street Fighter Alpha 2 and X-Men vs. Street Fighter, and in the Action Card Grace from the first two SNK vs. Capcom: Card Fighters games.
  • Samantha (サマンサ Samansa?) -- Blanka's long lost mother, who's been searching for him for years. Appears in his ending and also appears in Street Fighter IV and Super Street Fighter IV.
  • Tatsuyama (龍山), Yasuhanada (安花田), Maru no Umi (丸乃湖) and Nishi-no-Fuji (西の富士) - E. Honda's disciples that appear in his ending.[1]

Street Fighter Alpha seriesEdit

  • Bob (ボブ?) - An agent from Jamaican Music Promotions. He appears in Dee Jay's ending, offering him to produce his songs and make him a star.
  • Dr. Senoh -- Shadoloo scientist. Appears in some of Bison's endings. Lifted from the Street Fighter II animated movie - in some U.S. comics, this character is credited as being Dr. Haruo Ichihara, leader of Shadaloo's scientific divisions.
  • Edi. E -- A corrupt policeman who used to be working for Mad Gear. Seemingly still on the force. Appears in some of Cody's victory animations chasing him off the screen.
  • El Gado and Holly Wood -- Former Mad Gear members who assist Rolento in battle in Alpha 2 and Alpha 3.
  • Yoko Harmageddon -- Rainbow Mika's trainer. A heavyset woman carrying a shinai (bamboo training sword) who used to be a famous wrestler herself. Appears in some of her victory animations.
  • Jessica -- Haggar's daughter and Cody's girlfriend, who was rescued from the Mad Gear gang in Final Fight. She can be seen cuddling Cody in the background of Guy's stage in Alpha 2. In the Street Fighter Zero 3 Secret File brochure, it is revealed that she broke up with Cody after he became a convict and went to Europe to study abroad.
  • Karin's servants -- Karin has a butler named Ishizaki and an employee named Shibazaki, Ishizaki can be seen in-game, while Shibazaki was seen in her ending and in her background (console version only).
  • Mad Gear -- Sodom and Rolento's former organization and the villains from Final Fight. Sodom reunites some of its former members (the Andore family, Poison, Bred, Wong Who, Damnd, Rolento, Jay) to reform the gang in his ending in the original Alpha. Many of the same characters (as well as others such Axl) can be seen in the background of Guy's Metro City stage in Alpha 2 and Alpha 3.
  • Mike Haggar -- Former CWA wrestler and the Mayor of Metro City, who was instrumental in the downfall of the Mad Gear Gang with Guy and Cody in Final Fight. He appears in Guy's stage in Alpha 2 and Alpha 3, cheering on the fight, as well as in Rolento's ending in Alpha 2. He's also in Hugo's Street Fighter III: Second Impact endings, and in Alex's Capcom Fighting Evolution ending. A giant statue of him holding up "METRO CITY" above his head can be seen in the background of the construction stage in Street Fighter IV.
  • The Dolls -- Young women who were captured and brainwashed to serve as M. Bison's Elite Guard.
  • Tsukushi Kasugano -- Sakura's brother who loves playing video games. According to Sakura's bio, she doesn't like playing video games with him because she always loses to him. Appears in Sakura's SFA2 stage, paying more attention to his video game than the fight going on outside.
  • Yamato Nadeshiko -- A black haired female wrestler who is also R. Mika's tag-team partner, she was first seen on the cover of the Capcom Secret File from the arcade version of Alpha 3. Yamato appears in some of R. Mika's special attacks in Street Fighter V. Her name is a phrase which actually means the Japanese concept of the "perfect" woman.
  • Zeku -- Guy's mentor and the 38th Master of the Bushin style, seen in Guy's ending in Alpha 2.

Street Fighter III seriesEdit

  • Effie (エフィー Efī?) -- Necro's girlfriend, she first appeared in his ending in New Generation, and rescued him. In 2nd Impact and 3rd Strike, she appears as a member of the Judgment Girls. She also appeared in some official artwork and also made a cameo appearance in Felicia's Capcom Fighting Evolution ending.
  • Elena's friends and family -- Elena is friends with Narumi (ナルちゃん Naru-chan?), a girl she met while studying in Japan. She also has an older brother, a father (the patriarch of her tribe) and a mother. Her brother and father are seen in her Ultra Street Fighter IV prologue and ending.
  • Gill's Secret Society Members -- Seen in-game and in backgrounds, they are dressed in hoods.
  • Hoimei and Shaomei -- Two young sisters from Hong Kong who are Yun and Yang's girlfriends. Hoimei first appeared in Yun and Yang's ending in New Generation, where she is seen attending her father's vegetable stand, while Shaomei appears in Yang's ending in 2nd Impact. The two reappear in Yang's 3rd Strike ending, and Hoimei is in Yun's Super Street Fighter IV ending.
  • Hyper Cannon (ザ・マシンガーンズ, "The Machineguns" in Japan) -- A CWA tag team comprised of Biff Slamkovich (Aleksey Zalazof in the Japanese version) and Gunloc (Lucky Colt in Japan) from the Slam Masters series. The team is mentioned in Hugo's ending in 2nd Impact when paired with Ryu (Soul Brothers), Necro (Thunderbolt), or Gill (Ragnarok Winners).
  • Judgment Girls -- A group of female judges who decide the winner of street fighter after a Double KO or Double Time-Up occurs on the final round of any given match.
  • Juliana and David -- A pair of CIA agents who are pursuing Q, and are seen in his 3rd Strike ending. Juliana is a raven-haired woman, while David is an African-American man. Their names are most likely references to David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson, actors who play the roles of the main characters of the X Files series.
  • Kolin (コーリン?) -- Gill's assistant and secretary who appears in-game and in Dudley's New Generation and Second Impact endings. She also appears in the live-action miniseries Street Fighter: Resurrection. She has a much larger role in Street Fighter V, in the guise of a new character named Helen.
  • Li-Fen (リーフェン Rīfen?) -- A young girl Chun-Li rescues from the Illuminati in her 3rd Strike ending. She also appears in Street Fighter V as a hacker and captive of Shadaloo.
  • Mel -- Ken and Eliza's son and nephew of Julia (Guile's wife), who first appears "sparring" with his father in Ken's ending in New Generation and is also seen in Ken's 3rd Strike ending. Eliza is pregnant with him in Street Fighter IV and he is seen as a newborn baby in Ken's Super Street Fighter IV ending. Mel is three years old in the events of SFV and SFIII. He wishes to follow in his father's footsteps.
  • Occhan (おっちゃん? lit. "uncle", as called by Yun)/Oyaji (オヤジ? lit. "old man", as called by Yang) -- An old man who runs a food stand in Hong Kong. He is the father of Hoimei and Shaomei and is also acquainted with Yun and Yang, appearing in their endings. He mocks the abilities of the Lee brothers and is surprise when they jump over his stand.[5]
  • Ortho K. Gotch -- Dudley's butler, who appears in his 3rd Strike ending and both his prologue and ending in Super Street Fighter IV.
  • Sarai Kurosawa -- A fellow ninja and friend of Ibuki's, seen in Ibuki's ending, as well as both her opening and ending in Super Street Fighter IV.
  • Slam Masters (スラムスターズ, "Slam Stars" in Japan) -- A CWA tag team comprised of Mike Haggar and Black Widow from the Slam Masters series. They are mentioned in Hugo's ending in 2nd Impact when paired with Elena (Beauty and the Beast).
  • Tom and Patricia (トムとパトリシア) -- Tom is Alex's trainer and close friend, who knew Alex's father. According to the Street Fighter III Fanbook, Tom has heard Guile's name in passing, as well as hearsay about Nash in relation to some incidents. Patricia is Tom's teenage daughter and a close friend of Alex. She treats Alex like a big brother, and by 3rd Strike, she calls him "Alec". Tom and Pat also appear in his Capcom Fighting Evolution ending. Patricia later appears in Alex's prologue story in Street Fighter V.

Street Fighter IV seriesEdit

  • Ed[5] -- An unknown boy that appears in Balrog's ending. While looking for treasure in the ruins of a S.I.N building, Balrog stumbles across the young boy. After a Shadaloo-shaped symbol begins to glow on his hand, Balrog decides the child could be of some use to him, although he is annoyed that the boy seem to be powerless. Balrog carries the boy off regardless, expecting the child to be useful later. As Balrog walks away with the boy, the Shadaloo-shaped symbol begins to glow on his hand again. He also appears Street Fighter V.
  • Bred -- A Mad Gear goon. Appears at the end of the car mini-game in if Cody, Rolento , Hugo , Poison or Guy is used, crying "Oh, my car!!" just like he did in Final Fight.
  • Candy -- Rufus' girlfriend, an attractive, redheaded woman who dresses like a stereotypical cowgirl. In Super Street Fighter IV, she is also shown to be rather airheaded (or simply having a bad sense of direction) not knowing the simplest way to get to the North Pole. When Rufus points out that they just need to head North, she calls him a genius. Nevertheless, she's show to be cheerful and supportive of Rufus.
  • Hakan's family - Hakan's family consists of his wife and seven daughters who all appear in his Super Street Fighter IV ending and in some official artwork.
  • Lauren -- Crimson Viper's daughter. Appears in The Ties That Bind and her Super Street Fighter IV ending. In one of C. Viper's challenges in Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition, she said that Lauren is waiting, and thus assigns the player to get 30 perfects.
  • S.I.N. scientists -- Wearing radiation suits, these guys appear in Seth's stage. One of them is also seen taking pictures in the Car Crusher Bonus Stage in Super Street Fighter IV.

Street Fighter VEdit

  • Azam -- The servant of Rashid and the advisor of a group known as the "Muscle Soul Fighters Club", of which Zangief and Laura are a part of. He is also an old wrestling friend of Zangief.
  • Don Sauvage -- The Ring Announcer in the beginning of Zangief's prologue story.
  • Eleven - An earlier prototype of Twelve created by Dr. Kure, seen in Urien's prologue. Urien has Eleven transform into a copy of himself to test its abilities, and causes heavy damage to it. Not satisfied, Urien tells Dr. Kure to improve it. It is later re-purposed by Kolin as raw material to resurrect Nash.
  • Helen - Ostensibly a new character, a Russian woman working for the Illuminati. Revealed at the end of the story mode to be actually a guise of the Street Fighter III character Kolin.
  • Mahesh (マヘシュ?) -- An Indian policeman that Dhalsim takes as a yoga disciple. In the Cinematic Story Mode, he is saved from being killed by Necalli thanks to Dhalsim and Ryu's quick intervention.
  • Peter Zonta -- A Brazilian policeman fought by Cammy in the story mode.
  • Warrior Prophet -- An Aztec warrior-priest from a place called "Ancient Altar". The Warrior Prophet monologues the story of the legend of Necalli. The Warrior Prophet foresees that during the next 'Hour of Battle', Necalli will consume the souls of "The one who agonizes to proceed on his path", "The one who serves the God of Fire" and "The one who fills the world with destruction". During the current 'Hour of Battle', it is revealed that Necalli has come to devour the soul of the Warrior Prophet, who takes solace in knowing that only the strongest warriors witness Necalli. After a short battle, the Warrior Prophet is defeated and consumed by Necalli. However, upon consuming the Warrior Prophet, Necalli's appearance changes from his original form to a much more human looking one. The scars and markings on the Warrior Prophet are transferred onto Necalli's person. In the story mode, the Prophet's predictions prove to be false.

Spin-off gamesEdit

Street Fighter EX seriesEdit

  • Balba -- A wealthy Arabian man and Pullum Purna's father. He's also the creator of Cycloid Gamma. Pullum's Street Fighter V profile states that he's currently working for Shadaloo.
  • Cycloids -- Though only Cycloid Beta and Cycloid Gamma are playable, a number of other Cycloids appear in the series, such as a pink Cycloid in Street Fighter EX2 Plus and a white one in EX3.
  • King Bharat -- An underground fighter who kidnapped Cracker Jack's sister in Street Fighter EX2, mentioned in his backstory.
  • Sebastian -- Blair Dame's butler, mentioned in Jack's ending in EX3.
  • Shin-Bison -- The secret final boss in Street Fighter EX3.
  • Skullolady -- A female counterpart to Skullomania who appears in his TV show. She is mentioned in his EX3 ending.
  • Zako -- A group of unnamed characters that appear during the credits sequence and in Ace's trial missions.

Street Fighter: The MovieEdit

  • Sheng Long -- Ryu and Ken's master and Akuma's brother, he is mentioned in their endings. Since he is based on a famous rumor at the time, it is unknown if he's meant to be this continuity's version of Gouken, or another character entirely. He was originally intended to be a playable character, but he could not appear due to time constraints.
  • Super Bison -- A powered-up version of Bison who appears as a final computer-controlled opponent exclusive to the game's Tag-Team mode.

Chun-Li ni makase ChinaEdit

  • Reiko and Mary --They are friends of Chun-Li.
  • ? -- A little girl of rescued by Chun-Li.


References Edit

Street Fighter series
Video games (Full list)
Main games Street Fighter · Street Fighter II (Champion Editon · Hyper Fighting · Super · Turbo · Hyper · HD Remix) · Street Fighter Alpha: Warriors' Dreams (Alpha 2 · Alpha 3) · Street Fighter III (2nd Impact · 3rd Strike) · Street Fighter IV (Super · Arcade Edition · Ultra) · Street Fighter V
Spinoffs Street Fighter EX (EX2 · EX3) · Street Fighter: The Movie (Arcade version · Home version) · Street Fighter II: The Interactive Movie · Street Fighter: The Storytelling Game · Chun-Li ni makase China · Street Fighter: Puzzle Spirits · Street Fighter: Battle Combination · Super Street Fighter IV: PachiSlot Edition
Crossover Marvel vs. Capcom series · SNK vs. Capcom series · Namco × Capcom series · Taisen Net Gimmick Capcom & Psikyo All Stars · Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo · Super Gem Fighter Mini Mix · Capcom Fighting Jam · Cannon Spike · Tatsunoko vs. Capcom · Street Fighter Online: Mouse Generation · Street Fighter × Mega Man · Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U · Street Fighter × All Capcom · Japan Sumo Cup: Yokozuna vs. Street Fighter
Compilation Street Fighter Anniversary Collection · Street Fighter Alpha Anthology · Street Fighter Collection · Street Fighter Collection 2 · Marvel vs. Capcom Origins · Capcom Classics Collection · Capcom Puzzle World
Other Related Final Fight series · Slam Masters series · Rival Schools series · Street Fighter 2010 · Onimusha: Soul · Monster Strike
Miscellaneous List of games · List of playable characters · List of non-playable characters
Other media
Film/Television Future Cops · Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie · Live-action film · Street Fighter II: Yomigaeru Fujiwara-kyō · Street Fighter II V (List of episodes) · US TV series (List of episodes) · Street Fighter Alpha: The Animation · Street Fighter Alpha: Generations · Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li · Street Fighter IV: The Ties That Bind · Super Street Fighter IV OVA · Street Fighter - Round One: Fight! · Balrog: Behind the Glory · Street Fighter: Legacy · Street Fighter: Assassin's Fist · Street Fighter: World Warrior · Matador · Street Fighter: Resurrection
Comics Street Fighter II (manga) · Street Fighter Gaiden · Street Fighter (UDON) (Legends: Chun-Li · Legends: Ibuki · Issue 0 · Issue 2 · The Life and Death(s) of Charlie Nash) · Street Fighter Alpha (manga) · Sakura Ganbaru! · Cammy Gaiden · World Warrior Encyclopedia (Hardcover) · Ryu Final · The Twin Dragon · Street Fighter Zero (HK comic) · Street Fighter (Brazilian comic series) · Street Fighter Zero (Brazilian comic) · EX2 Plus (comic) · Street Fighter (Malibu comic) (Issue 1 · Issue 2 · Issue 3)

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