Ansatsuken: The Style of the Murderous FistAnsatsuken: 暗殺拳 Murderous/Assassin's Fist
This deadly fighting style is used by many, but mastered by few. As one can deduce from the name, its primary use is for assassination, as nearly every move, special or otherwise, is designed to be a crippling or killing blow to the target.
The style is based not off of a certain style per se, but a loose concept, the origin of which is unknown. Some link it to Japan's Feudal Eras, others trace it to other countries. The elderly Chinese fighter known as Gen practices this concept with two interchangeable styles of Kung Fu, the Mourning Mantis and Hateful Crane. This analysis, ho
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Ansatsuken's founding principle, believe it or not. The user focuses his or her will to gather a certain amount of ki and shoots it forth. Any other ki technique is just a different application of this principle.
This principle, as one might imagine, has seen a wide variety of uses and modifications, which have been listed from weakest to strongest. As new moves are introduced and current ones are modified, this list will always be subject to change.
Gadōken: Performed by Dan Hibiki. He uses one hand for this, but fires a small ball of green ki which barely travels one foot (if at all) before dissipat
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This is the third principle of Ansatsuken and, sadly, the one least focused upon by comparison. For this, the user supports themselves on a spinning column of ki for a short while. Good for attacks, but can still be defended against, so it's best used in the air.
As stated, this principle has seen its share of uses, though not to the extent of the other principles.
Dankūkyaku: Performed by Dan Hibiki. Dan leaps forth and kicks his opponent thrice. Like all his other moves, this one is useless unless your foe's guard is down.
Tatsumanado: Performed by Sean Matsud
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Another powerful principle of Ansatsuken. Ki is used to propel one upwards towards the foe. While the ascent is invincible, the decent is not. This can be used to punish frequent jumpers and counter against rushing attacks.
Many techniques are based off of this principle, and they have been listed from weakest to strongest. As new moves are introduced and current ones are modified, this list will always be subject to change.
Kōryūken: Performed by Dan Hibiki. Not bad, but not good either. Heck, Dan barely has his arm stretched out for this attack. Overall, pretty weak.
Sonic the Hedgehog -Game Gear-: Game RelationsSonic the Hedgehog -Game Gear-: Game Relations1 year ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
CONCEPT: "MOBIUS" - Game Relations ~ Sonic the Hedgehog (Game Gear)
Name: Sonic the Hedgehog
Other Names (Nicknames): Sonic 1
October 25th, 1991 - Latin America
December 28th, 1991 - Japan
December, 1991 North America
December, 1991 Europe
Quality: 8-Bit, Side-Scrolling Platformer
Game System(s): Sega Master System, Sega Game Gear
Also released on:
(1). Nintendo GameCube/PC - Sonic Adventure Deluxe: Director's Cut
(2). Mobile Sega Mobile
(3). PlayStation 2/Xbox/PC - Sonic Mega Collection Plus
(4). Nintendo Wii - Virtual Console
(5). Techtoy - Tectoy Master System 3
Sonic the Hedgehog: Game RelationsSonic the Hedgehog: Game Relations2 years ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
CONCEPT: "MOBIUS" - Game Relations - Sonic the Hedgehog (Genesis)
Name: Sonic the Hedgehog (all three nations)
Other Names (Nicknames): Sonic 1, Sonic Genesis, "The First/Best Sonic Game"
June 23rd, 1991 - North America
June 23rd, 1991 - Europe
July 26th, 1991 Japan
Quality: 16-Bit, Side-Scrolling Platformer
Game System(s): Sega Mega Drive/Genesis
Also released on:
(1). Sega Arcade Systems - Mega Tech and Mega Play
(2). Sega Saturn - Sonic Jam Collection
(3). Sega Dreamcast - Smash Pack Volume #1
(4). Internet - RealPlayer Arcade, GameTap
(5). GameCube/PlayStation 2/Xbox/PC - Sonic Mega Collection (Plus)
Journal of an Ultimate Lifeform: Entry 10Journal of an Ultimate Lifeform: Entry 102 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Journal of an Ultimate Lifeform
Hello. I've got another break from the clean up, but I'm still pissed. Guess I'll continue, then.
I don't know how long the Doctor kept me there in that dark room, but soon enough, I was released, by Rouge, of all people. Apparently, she'd heard a rumor of a treasure trove the Doctor supposedly kept. When I awoke, I had but a moment to take in my surroundings before I was fired upon by the robot left to keep watch over me: E-123, codename "Omega". With no time to ask questions, I pushed Rouge out of the line of fire and kept Omega distracted. Just as I was about to go on the offensive, though,