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In Street Fighter Alpha 3, a series of plots showed the downfall of at least one of Shadaloo's bases in Thailand, greatly weakening him and the organization.
Street Fighter V features two stages, known as Shadaloo Base and Lair of the Four Kings, that take place in one of Shadaloo's many bases. The base features heavily in the game's story mode, A Shadow Falls, and towards the end of the campaign, Abel, who was working undercover in Shadaloo, revealed it to be the main headquarters of the organization. From above, the base is shaped like Shadaloo's logo, and seems to be located somewhere in or near China, as most scenes in the characters' story mode that are intended to take place near the base occur in the Bustling Side Street stage. The base is destroyed at the end of the story after Rashid deactivates the Black Moons and Ryu defeats M. Bison.
- In the Street Fighter film, Shadaloo is a country with a large headquarters in it. The headquarter contains several facilities such as a command center, a laboratory, a training room, and a prison. It is destroyed in the end of the film.
- In Street Fighter II V, it is located in an island.
- In the Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie, the Shadaloo headquarters is hidden in a mountain with a statue. The statue can open to allow the passage of aerial transports.
- A Shadaloo Base appears in Chun-Li's ending in Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars.
A Shadaloo Headquarters playset was released as part of the Street Fighter movie toy line.