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Noembelu (ノウェンベル Nowenberu?, "November") is a minor character in the Street Fighter series. She is a Native American girl who is a member of the Dolls, a group of young female assassins brainwashed by Shadaloo to work as M. Bison's elite guard. She has the greatest physical strength among the Dolls, and specializes in fighting with twin hatchets. She is named after the month November.
Noembelu is similar to Juli albeit with a rather less busty figure. By Street Fighter V, Noembelu is drawn curvier than Juli, while they're much more distinguishable otherwise.
Noembelu is a calm person that rarely speaks, even with the other Dolls, and prefers to work in silence. She is calm even when rotating her hatchets in a fight. She is also very sensitive to smells.
Noembelu has a brief appearance with the other Dolls.
In the UDON comics, Noembelu's name was originally "Little Eagle", and she is a member of the Thunderfoot Tribe whose family is close to T. Hawk. After being kidnapped by Shadaloo, she is sought after by T. Hawk, along with Juli.
Noembelu, along with nine other dolls (not including Juni and Juli) fight Cammy, T. Hawk and Rose somewhere in Mexico. When about to attack T. Hawk, Rose releases her from mind control, and she becomes Little Eagle again. She appears again in the last issue along with T. Hawk and Julia (Juli) as they set out to rebuild their village.
- The designers of the home versions of Street Fighter Alpha 3 originally intended for Noembelu to be the girl that T. Hawk searches for, but Juli was used for this role instead.
- In Super Street Fighter II Turbo: HD Remix, T. Hawk's ending shows him and his people looking over their land. One of them is a young woman who looks a lot like Noembelu; another woman standing behind her also looks like Juli.
- Noembelu bears a resemblance Julia Chang and Michelle Chang from Tekken, as well as being similar in that Julia and Michelle are also of Native-American descent.