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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.
Tidbits of storyline info shown during or after the games indicate that after M. Bison's death, Balrog sought to replace him as the head of Shadaloo. Due to his being horribly inadequate for the leadership of such a vast empire, Chun-Li was able to systematically shut down Shadaloo operations to the point of its total collapse.
- 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 Headquarters playset was released as part of the Street Fighter movie toy line.