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The Puzzle Fighter Shrine FAQ
by Giulio Piancastelli
[10th July 2001]

Puzzle Fighter FAQ
by John Jung
[17th April 1999]

Puzzle Fighter Secrets
by Richard Uyeyama
[18th November 1998]

Puzzle Fighter FAQ
by Hunter
[28th August 1996]

Akuma Chun-Li
Dan Devilot
Donovan Felicia
Hsien-Ko Ken
Morrigan Ryu
Date of birth
1st March 1964




Chun-Li has strong feelings of revenge for the criminals that kidnapped her father. She can never forgive them for what they have done. Using her agile legs and sharp brain she continues her investigation to find her lost father.

Counter Gem
Chun-Li's Counter Gem pattern

Weak Colors
Green, Red

Winning Quotes
I'm the strongest puzzle fighter in the world!
I'm too smart to fall for your stupid patterns.
Sorry! But I don't know how to pull punches.

Chun-Li's Stage
Chun-Li's stage

My two Euro-cents
Being a Chun-Li fan since the Street Fighter II series, where she was a really strong and agile character, I get a bit disappointed when I saw her Counter Gem pattern for the first time, my sadness growing the most I played her agaist my friends and got regularly beaten.
She is definetely the worst non-secret character of the game, having the weakest counter pattern which provides the opponent with 2x2 free Power Gem. Build up your own field, have her attack, pick up a Crash Gem or two and you are definetely set for the final victory.
In the end, I still play her for the same reason I play Dan: challenge and fun; and, of course, for the fact she's wearing her outfit from Street Fighter II and not the (horrible) jumpsuit.

Background tile
Chun-Li's tile

Taunt (1-11)
Kyaku-Retsu-Kyaku (18-23, 2 hit)
Kikosho (30-up, 10 hit)

Final Move
Chun-Li's Final Move

1991 - Street Fighter 2
1992 - Street Fighter 2: Championship Edition
1992 - Street Fighter 2 Turbo: Hyper Fighting
1993 - Super Street Fighter 2
1994 - Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo
1995 - Street Fighter Alpha
1996 - Street Fighter Alpha 2
1996 - Super Puzzle Fighter 2 Turbo
1996 - X-Men vs. Street Fighter
1996 - Street Fighter EX
1997 - Street Fighter EX Plus
1997 - Pocket Fighter
1997 - Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter
1998 - Marvel vs. Capcom