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Blade was one of four Bison Troopers to be experimented and turned into cyborgs. He has undergone rigorous physical training. Their mission is to eliminate Guile and his forces. The other known Bison Troopers are F7, Arkane, and Khyber.

In Blade's ending, he is revealed to be Guile's brother Gunloc (a character from Saturday Night Slam Masters), who has infiltrated Shadaloo as a deep cover agent. His appearance, and backstory, should be noted to not be part of Street Fighter canon (more important to note is that Gunloc in the official Japanese canon "is not" related to Guile in any way, shape, or form.)

In battle, Blade uses attacks that involves a great deal of concealment. He has an array of weapons at his disposal including a bazooka, a stun rod and knives which are hidden within his red uniform.


Street Fighter: The Movie




Page Updated:  Jan. 5th, 2023

Ermac, is that you? lol. As if Street Fighter: The Movie wasn't enough a rip off of Mortal Kombat... they had to put this guy in the game. And name him Blade. BLADE. The guy with the hip swivel. Gotta give it to them... they nailed the Mortal Kombat hip swivel. I'm convinced that Blade can dance as well as MK1-3's best kombatants. 

Fast forward to 2016: "Whaaat? We get a redesign in 2D art form? Crazy times we're livin' in." While he didn't actually appear in SFV, it's cool to have new art of an ancient character that Capcom will never actually bring back. His new revamped design looks like he could fit into Akatsuki Blitzkampf. Last but not least, "Blade from Street Fighter" gets a few extra personality / style points for having such a cool color scheme. Matching the TFG website nicely, I might add. ;D

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