At the age of five, Chun-Li saw her first classical Chinese play, Peking Opera, and her first Bruce Lee movie, which fascinated her and also became part of the reasons why she started practicing martial arts.
She began by learning Tai Chi. However, Tai Chi was much different from the gorgeous movements she remembered from Peking Opera. Soon afterwards, her father taught her Hongquan as well as various basic exercises from then on. With that, Chun-Li’s skills in Chinese martial arts improved rapidly. Chun-Li used mostly kicks when fighting. This was something she picked up from her father, who was also said to have “legendary legs.” Chun-Li continued to develop her kick attacks, embracing techniques from a variety of fighting styles, such as Chinese martial arts, capoeira, battle karate, and taekwondo, thus eventually creating her own style.
Chun-Li would later become a detective at the age of eighteen in hopes of finding her missing father. She later followed in her father’s footsteps and become a narcotics investigator at the I.C.P.O (International Criminal Police Organization), also known as Interpol, working as the organization’s anti-Shadaloo investigator. Chun-Li was known as the “black sheep of the I.C.P.O.”, as she was investigating Shadaloo for the illegal sales of narcotics and weapons when said evil organization got their hold of the high-ups of Interpol.
Kasairyuu – An enhanced, blazing kick that evades enemy attacks and hits with such force that it rends the earth asunder.
Hyakugouka – Chun-Li repeatedly hits her target with a rapid flurry of kicks.
Phoenix Dance – Chun-Li does a high kick to send her opponents into the air, then spins and flies up into the air with energy constucts of phoenix wings, then repeatedly kicks the target in various ways sending then hurtling towards the ground with her last kick.
Spinning Phoenix – A variant of Chun-Li’s famed Spinning Bird Kick attack, where she spins with her legs stretched out to repeatedly kick her opponent. Enhanced by her Ranger powers, the kick sets her foe ablaze with flame energy from her feet.
Pyrokinesis/Flame Constucts – Chun-Li can manipulate flame with her Phoenix powers to enhance her attacks or create constructs such as flaming bird wings for limited flight capability.
Don’t call them Chun-Li and Ryu. The two new characters coming to fighting game Power Rangers; Battle for the Grid on May 25 are the Blue Phoenix Ranger and the Crimson Hawk Ranger.
Developer nWay also announced that Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid — Super Edition is coming on May 25, the same day as Ryu and Chun-Li. While both fighters will be available as a pack for $12.50 or separately for $5.99 apiece, they’ll also be included in the Super Edition, alongside the previous Season Pass content. (Super Edition will also be available as a paid upgrade to current owners, though no pricing’s been announced yet.)
Goldar and Scorpina have shown affection toward each other, and Goldar is shown to be protective of her. Her human form has been shown to be very cheerful and innocent looking, but it hides her sadistic personality, and a scorpion monster form when Rita makes her gigantic.
Very little is known about Scorpina’s background. Her first appearance was in the Green with Evil story arc. She is an old friend of Rita Repulsa and according to Baboo, did horrible things. Much like Goldar, she would often square off against Jason, the Red Ranger when sent to battle the Rangers, and often overwhelmed them with ease. She fights with a crescent-shaped sword that can be thrown like a boomerang. When she grows to giant-size, she becomes a scorpion monster that enjoys wrapping her long electrocuting stinger-like ponytail around the Power Rangers’ Megazord’s head and has a scorpion claw in place of her left hand.
Scorpina was presented as an old friend of Rita’s in her first appearance; already reeling from the assault of Rita’s Green Ranger, the arrival of Scorpina nearly spelled disaster for the Power Rangers. Scorpina had a pet silkworm, which was once used to fight the Power Rangers. She remained a powerful and dangerous opponent for the second half of MMPR’s first season.
With the courage of a wolf ~ Jungle Fury Wolf Ranger!
Robert “RJ” James is the Jungle Fury Rangers‘s mentor. He later becomes Jungle Fury Wolf Ranger or simply Wolf Ranger of the Jungle Fury Rangers. He is the owner of the Jungle Karma Pizzeria and practices martial arts privately. He is later retroactively referred to as Jungle Fury Purple Ranger though this is in reference to the show and his color as opposed to being a proper label.
Robert “RJ” James and Lauren Shiba and shown in silhouette, as Scorpina, a long-time villain in the Power Rangers mythos. The first content from this pass should drop towards the end of June, and in addition to the three extra fighters, anyone who buys it will also receive a new Phantom Beast King character skin for Dai Shi and a Samurai Megazord ultra.
It adds online lobbies, spectator mode, and PlayStation 4 cross-play.
Version 2.0 Update
The version 2.0 update gives players, for the first time, access to online lobbies, spectator mode and cross-play on PlayStation 4. The new addition allows up to eight players to join together in an online lobby to battle against each other. Up to four different matches can run simultaneously, and all participants can spectate online while they are on deck.
The version 2.0 update also opens up cross-play on PlayStation 4, so players across Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PC, and now PlayStation 4, can all battle each other in the same matchmaking pool for global supremacy.