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Executed by performing a quarter circle backwards motion and pressing kick, similar to her Flying Peach but with considerably less startup, R. Mika launches herself at her opponent back-first while shouting "Bomber!". As a trade-off, R. Mika will land on her backside and rub it in pain after attacking, leaving herself vulnerable to a counterattack for a few seconds even if the move hits her enemy. To counteract this, the Shooting Peach is capable of launching the opponent a good distance away if it connects successfully, giving Mika time to recover.
Depending on the kick button used, Mika will cover a longer distance: a light kick will send her about a step forward, while a heavy kick will send her about half the screen, with the medium kick variant lying somewhere in between.
Shooting Peach is now performed by performing a quarter circle forward motion and pressing punch. Shooting Peach in Street Fighter V retains its properties of launching R. Mika buttocks first into her opponent, but lacks the ending animation of her rubbing her backside in pain. Each variation of the standard Shooting Peach gives the move more startup time, but more damage when executed.
Performing her EX variation, R. Mika performs two clotheslines, followed by her Shooting Peach if the clotheslines are not blocked or whiffed.