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The most horrific illness in all of video games, not addiction.

SNK Boss Syndrome is a term often used to mock SNK Playmore for their tendency of making bosses in their fighting games such Fatal Fury and The King of Fighters series ridiculously cheap and frustrating. It got so bad that they implemented a continue service so you can fight bosses with many advantages like having a full super bar (in some cases, infinite), or having the boss' life reduced by 1/4 or 1/3. This trope was first used in Arcade games for the sake of making the player lose and be tempted to put in more coins to try again.

Unfortunately, this syndrome also exists in fighting games made by other companies such as Capcom, Namco, Arc System Works, Midway, Sega, Konami, etc.

Symptoms include (but not limited to):

  1. Broken moves: Not only do these moves deal damage, but can also have additional negative effects. For example, Mizuki's projectiles reverse your controls, Zero's coat attacks deal a lot of damage but also break defense if blocked and can hit so many times that he earns a super bar each time he uses them. There are also other moves that can leave you paralyzed like Neo Dio's clone, or the infamous whips of Igniz that can be used to stunlock the player, and much much more.
  2. Priority: If the boss and your character throw a close-range attack at the same time while standing next to each other, the boss' attack will hit almost 100% of the time.
  3. Ridiculous damage: SNK bosses (especially in the KOF franchise) often deal obscene amounts of damage. For example, Rugal can take 75% of your health bar with his Genocide Cutter attack.
  4. Cheap tactics and A.I.: These bosses implement many annoying strategies like spamming (Goodman, Magaki, and Goenitz) or others like Geese in Art of Fighting 2 who tries to corner you by using his buzzsaw and sliding kick, his buzzsaw opens a counter-attack after being blocked. However, if he is low on health, he will resort to using the slide kick only which has almost no recovery time effectively cornering you and leaving you with no escape.
  5. High HP: In addition to bosses having super strong attacks, they can also have far more HP then regular playable fighters. Examples: Goodman, Shao Kahn, God Rugal (pictured above) and Galactus.
  6. Fast movement speed: SNK type bosses tend to move and attack really fast, barely leaving an opening. Notable examples include Kouryu from The Last Blade 2, World Heroes 2's Dio & Demon Gaoh from Samurai Shodown VI.
  7. Unfair advantages: Like the super regeneration of red health for Goodman from Neo Geo Battle Coliseum, or Igniz and Original Zero having an infinite super bar or Parace L'Sia who gradually heals her health.
  8. Overly long-range attacks: One good example is Zankuro Minazuki, with his sword, he cannot only deal damage but also cover a lot of the screen with one swing.
  9. Super armor: Bosses will not flinch after being attacked or have wind-up animations for that attack that can not be flinched, such as Giga Bowser from the Super Smash Bros. Melee, later Mortal Kombat bosses, X-Men: Children of the Atom's Juggernaut & Rumbleman from Ready 2 Rumble Boxing: Round 2.
  10. Programming flaws: SNK bosses, while cheap, are susceptible to tactics that make them unable to defend themselves; basically, this means you can defeat them by being as cheap as them, which speaks volumes of their poor design.
  11. Giant height: They cover a lot of terrain/screen and can throw you no problem while you can't. Sometimes, they only have a weak spot and/or a puny hitbox that can hurt them, acting more like bosses from other genres put into a fighting game. Marvel Vs. Capcom's Onslaught, Bio F.R.E.A.K.S' Mutilator, Tekken 6's Nancy and Azazel, Cardinal Syn's Kron, Waku Waku 7's Fernandez, Skullgirls' Bloody Marie & Guilty Gear Strikers' Leopaldon are solid-as-concrete examples of this.
  12. Only one opportunity: Some bosses besides being hard, only allow you to fight them once. Lose & it's an instant Game Over. This is common with secret boss fights like Omega Rugal in KOF 2002 UM, Mu-12 in Blazblue: Continuum Shift, Nancy-MI847J in Tekken 6 & Baiken in Guilty Gear 1. However, other bosses, despite being mandatory, still cause a Game Over like Uranus the Chimera in Bloody Roar 3, Ryoko the Dragon in Bloody Roar 4, Eternal Champion in Eternal Champions, Night Terror from Soul Calibur III, Dural in the Virtua Fighter series, Dark Champion in Eternal Champions: Challenge from the Darkside, Nightmare Geese in Real Bout Fatal Fury Special or the most infamous of them all, Final Bison in Street Fighter Alpha 3 who also gives you a bad ending if you fail to defeat him. Special cases like Giga Bowser & Street Fighter Alpha 2's Shin Akuma will allow you to continue but they will not allow you to fight them again.
  13. Hard to find: Bosses like Athena, Firebrand, Shadow Jago, Oni, Reptile, Akuma, Goodman among others require unbelievable criteria met to fight them.
  14. Frankensteinitis: They use some of the trickiest & most effective moves from regular characters that they can pull off in the blink of an eye to make one deadly combination. Sometimes, they can steal moves from other fighting games to their leisure, common in copycats. Virtua Fighter's Dural, Mortal Kombat 2's secret bosses, Martial Champion's Salamander, Street Fighter 4's Seth, Soul Calibur V's Elysium, Survival Arts' Dantel & Spectral vs. Generation's Holy God Earth display this perfectly.
  15. Amakusoge: In other words, two forms. They'll trick you into an easy fight by going easy at first before going all out afterwards. Sometimes, they have a humane first form followed by a freak of nature next. Other times, the humane form is the sub-boss & the monstrosity is the final boss. The most (in)famous instance is Rugal Bernstein in KOF '94. Aside from him, KOF '99's Krizalid, Samurai Shodown 3's Zankuro (perhaps its nastiest example), Street Fighter 4's Seth, The Rumble Fish's Greed, Marvel vs. Capcom's Onslaught, the Rumble Roses franchise's Lady X (Substance/Subsistence), Power Stone's (Final) Valgas, Tekken 2's (Devil) Kazuya, Martial Masters' (True) Lotus Master & Battle Fantasia's (End of) Deathbringer fit the bill to a T. (Named after Samurai Shodown's Amakusa, the earliest known example, & vulgar Japanese slang for a crappy game.)

Some notable offenders

  • Rugal/Omega Rugal/God Rugal (KoF 94, 95, 98, 98 UM, 2002, 2002 UM and Capcom Vs SNK 2)
  • Saisyu Kusanagi (Sub-Boss) (KOF '95)
  • Chizuru (Sub-Boss) (KOF 96 and 2003)
  • Goentiz (KoF 96 and 98 UM)
  • Orochi Team (KoF 97; especially Shermie & Yashiro)
  • Orochi (KoF 97 and 98 UM)
  • Krizalid (KoF 99 and 2002 UM)
  • Clone Zero (KoF 2000 and 2002 UM)
  • Original Zero (2001 and 2002 UM)
  • Igniz (KoF 2001 and 2002 UM)
  • Maki (Sub-Boss along with her sister Chizuru) & Mukai (KoF 2003)
  • Adelheid Bernstein (KOF 2003 and XI)
  • Magaki (KoF XI)
  • True Saiki/Dark Ash (KoF XIII)
  • Verse (KoF XIV)
  • Shinobu Amou (KOF EX2: Howling Blood)
  • Duke Burkoff (KOF Maximum Impact 1)
  • Jivatma (KoF Maximum Impact 2)
  • Geese Howard (Fatal Fury series, Art of Fighting 2, KOF EX: Howling Blood, Capcom Vs. SNK 1, KoF Neowave; possibly the starter of the entire trend)
  • Billy Kane (Fatal Fury series)
  • Wolfgang Krauser (Fatal Fury 2 and Fatal Fury Special)
  • Ryo Sakazaki (Fatal Fury Special)
  • Ryuji Yamazaki (Mid-Boss), Jin Chonrei & Jin Chonshu (Secret Boss) (Fatal Fury 3: Road to the Final Victory)
  • Nightmare Geese (Real Bout Fatal Fury Special)
  • White (Real Bout Fatal Fury Special: Dominated Mind)
  • Grant (Sub-Boss) & Kain R. Heinlein (Garou: Mark of the Wolves)
  • The CPU (Art of Fighting series, especially 2)
  • Mr. Big (Art of Fighting series, KOF series)
  • Mr. Karate/Serious Mr. Karate (Art of Fighting 1 and SVC Chaos: SNK vs. Capcom)
  • Wyler (Art of Fighting 3)
  • Shiro Tokisada Amakusa (Samurai Shodown (1993), IV and V Special/Perfect)
  • Mizuki Rashojin (Samurai Shodown II and V Special/Perfect)
  • Zankuro Minazuki (Samurai Shodown III, IV, V Special/Perfect and VI)
  • The player character's rival (Samurai Shodown IV: Amakusa's Revenge; they are a respective regular character with AI typical of the syndrome)
  • Gaoh/Demon Gaoh (Samurai Shodown V, V Special/Perfect and VI)
  • Shizuka Gozen (Samurai Shodown (2019); A.K.A Samurai Shodown VII by fans)
  • Yuga the Destroyer (Samurai Shodown 64/64-2)
  • Gandara (Samurai Shodown 64/64-2 and Samurai Shodown 2!)
  • Draco (Sub-Boss) & Golba (Samurai Shodown Sen/Edge of Destiny)
  • Musashi (Sub-Boss) & Kagami (The Last Blade)
  • Kouryu (The Last Blade 2)
  • Johann (Rage of the Dragons)
  • Athena & Red Arremer/Firebrand (SVC Chaos: SNK VS. Capcom)
  • Mizuchi (Neo Geo Battle Coliseum)
  • King Leo (Savage Reign, Kizuna Encounter & Neo Geo Battle Coliseum; known as Shin Shishioh in Japan)
  • Jyazu (Kizuna Encounter)
  • Dio/Neo Dio (World Heroes 2, World Heroes Perfect & Neo Geo Battle Coliseum)
  • Geegus/Neo Geegus (World Heroes & World Heroes 2)
  • Zeus (World Heroes 2 Jet & World Heroes Perfect)
  • Goodman (Neo Geo Battle Coliseum, arguably the most dangerous case from SNK itself)
  • Miss X, Whip & Yuki (SNK Gals Fighters)
  • Kukri (SNK Heroines: Tag Team Frenzy)
  • Manto Ace, Karakuri, Jyashinsai & Lucifeller (Far East of Eden: Kabuki Klash)
  • Silber (Buriki One)
  • Behemoth, Eelis & Lucifer (Ragnagard)
  • Testament (Sub-Boss) & Justice (Guilty Gear series)
  • Dizzy (Guilty Gear X)
  • I-No & Order-Sol (Bonus Boss) (Guilty Gear XX series)
  • Leopaldon (Guilty Gear Isuka)
  • Gig (Guilty Gear: Dust Strikers)
  • Nu-13 (BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger)
  • Mu-12 (BlazBlue: Continuum Shift EXTEND)
  • Izayoi (BlazBlue: Chronophantasma EXTEND)
  • Nine the Phantom, Izanami & Susanoo (BlazBlue: Central Fiction)
  • The Unlimited bosses (BlazBlue series; They are the regular cast diseased to an outrageous degree. Ragna & Hazama are chiefly guilty of this)
  • The whole Grim of Abyss mode's Boss Rush Dungeon, especially Hakumen (Blazblue: Central Fiction)
  • End of Deathbringer (Battle Fantasia)
  • Celia II & Kudlak Aimar (Chaos Code)
  • Ken-Oh/Boss Raoh (Fist of the North Star: Twin Blue Stars of Judgement)
  • Perfect Cell & Frieza (Dragon Ball Budokai 1)
  • Kid Buu (Dragon Ball Z Budokai 2 and Budokai Tenkaichi 3)
  • Omega Shenron (Dragon Ball Z Budokai 3)
  • Maniac battles (Cell, Broly and Goku) (Dragon Ball Z Super Sonic Warriors 2)
  • Android 21, Merged Zamasu & Boss Raid mode (Dragon Ball FighterZ)
  • Overhaul's Final Form (My Hero One's Justice 2)
  • Sagat (Street Fighter 1 aka Fighting Street in the US, another possible starter of the entire trend)
  • M. Bison (AKA Vega in Japan) (Street Fighter II, Street Fighter Alpha 3 and Street Fighter EX series)
  • Akuma/Shin Akuma/Cyber Akuma, (AKA Gouki in Japan) (Street Fighter series, Marvel Super Heroes Vs. Street Fighter, Capcom Vs. SNK 2, SVC Chaos and Tekken 7)
  • Gill (Street Fighter III series (New Generation, Second Impact, Third Strike) and Street Fighter V)
  • The CPU (Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo, Hyper Street Fighter 2)
  • Seth (Street Fighter IV)
  • Evil Ryu (Street Fighter series)
  • Oni (Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition, Ultra Street Fighter IV)
  • Shadow Lady (Street Fighter V)
  • Shin Garuda (Bonus Boss) (Street Fighter EX Plus Alpha)
  • Oboro Bishamon (Bonus Boss) (Darkstalkers 3)
  • Warlock & Helion (Cyberbots: Full Metal Madness)
  • Super Bilstein (Star Gladiator)
  • New Bilstein (Plasma Sword: Nightmare Of Bilstein)
  • Juggernaut (Sub-Boss) & Magneto (X-Men: Children of the Atom)
  • Dr.Doom (Sub-Boss) & Thanos (Marvel Super Heroes)
  • Onslaught (Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes)
  • Abyss (Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes)
  • Galactus (Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds and Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3)
  • Ultron Sigma/Ultron Omega (Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite)
  • Vanilla Ice/Iced & Death-13 (Mid-Bosses) (Jojo's Bizarre Adventure: Heritage for the Future)
  • Yami (Tatsunoko vs. Capcom)
  • Kraken, Valgas & Final Valgas (Power Stone)
  • Pharaoh Walker (Sub-Boss) & Dr. Erode (Power Stone 2)
  • Blade and Scion (Red Earth)
  • Hyo (Rival Schools)
  • Heihachi Mishima (Tekken 1, 3, 4 and 7 (Treasure Battle mode))
  • Kazuya Mishima (Sub-Boss) (Tekken 2)
  • Devil Kazuya (Tekken 2 (Arcade) and Tekken 7 (Treasure Battle mode))
  • Devil Jin (Tekken series)
  • Jinpachi Mishima (Tekken 5)
  • NANCY-MI847J (Mid-Boss) & Azazel (Tekken 6)
  • Jin Kazama (Tekken 6 and Tekken 7 (Treasure Battle mode))
  • Devil Kazumi (Tekken 7)
  • Unknown (Tekken Tag Tournament 1 and 2)
  • Jun Kazama (Tekken Tag Tournament 2)
  • Cervantes/Soul Edge (Soul Blade a.k.a. Soul Edge in Japan)
  • Inferno (Soul Calibur II (Weapon Master mode only) and Soul Calibur VI)
  • Abyss, the CPU & Night Terror (Soul Calibur III)
  • Legendary Souls mode (Soul Calibur V; That's 7 bosses in a row for ya.)
  • Azwel (Soul Calibur VI)
  • Zarak (Weapon Lord)
  • Mr. Acme (The Outfoxies)
  • Vold Ignitio (Fighting Layer)
  • Dural (Virtua Fighter series)
  • Big Mahler (Fighting Vipers series)
  • Metal Sonic (Sonic The Fighters/Championship)
  • Red Eye (Last Bronx)
  • Eternal Champion (Eternal Champions and Eternal Champions: Challenge from the Dark Side)
  • Dark Champion (Eternal Champions: Challenge from the Dark Side)
  • Ruler & Ram-X (Dark Edge)
  • Golden Axe (Golden Axe: The Duel)
  • Dr. Eggman and Ultimate Emerl (Sonic Battle)
  • Jaguarandi & Z-Gradt (Cyber Troopers Virtual On)
  • Ajim, Bradtos & Tangram (Virtual On Oratorio Tangram)
  • Black Knight (Sub-Boss) & Kaiser Dragon (Elan Doree)
  • Greed & Hazama (The Rumble Fish series; the latter not to be confused with the Blazblue guy)
  • Beatrice (The Rumble Fish 2)
  • Dantel (Survival Arts)
  • Oume (Power Instinct)
  • Otane (Power Instinct 2)
  • Bristol-D (Groove on Fight: Power Instinct 3)
  • Princess Sissy (Power Instinct: Matrimelee)
  • Geezer/Unknown & Dybyd (Secret Boss) (Heaven's Gate; you face either final boss depending on your character's alignment. Heroes face the former and villains for the latter)
  • Eyedol (Killer Instinct 1 and 2013)
  • Gargos (Killer Instinct 2/Gold and 2013)
  • Shadow Jago (Killer Instinct 2013)
  • Master Hand & Crazy Hand (Super Smash Bros. series)
  • Giga Bowser (AKA Giga Koopa in Japan) (Super Smash Bros. Melee and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate)
  • Cruel Smash Mode (Super Smash Bros. series)
  • Tabuu & Giant Shadow Bug Diddy Kong (Super Smash Bros. Brawl)
  • Master Core/Fortress (Super Smash Bros. for 3DS/Wii U)
  • Mr. Sandman (Punch-Out!! series)
  • Mike Tyson/Mr. Dream (Mike Tyson's Punch-Out! A.K.A Punch-Out!)
  • Springtron, Hedlok & Doctor Coyle (ARMS)
  • Fernandeath (AKA Fernandez outside of Japan) (Waku Waku 7)
  • The CPU, Felden Crais & Rouwe (Secret Boss) (Galaxy Fight: Universal Warriors)
  • Bonus-Kun (Waku Waku 7)
  • Satan Volte & Test-Kun (Bonus Boss) (Astra Superstars)
  • Shang Tsung (Mortal Kombat 1 and Deadly Alliance)
  • Goro (Sub-Boss) (Mortal Kombat series)
  • The CPU (Mortal Kombat 2 & 3)
  • Kintaro (Sub-Boss) (Mortal Kombat 2, Trilogy and 9)
  • Shao Kahn (Mortal Kombat 2, MK3/UMK3, MKT and Mortal Kombat 9)
  • Motaro (Sub-Boss) (Mortal Kombat 3 series)
  • Noob, Jade, Smoke and Reptile secret fights (Mortal Kombat 1, 2 and 9)
  • Moloch (Sub-Boss) (Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance & Armageddon)
  • Onaga (Mortal Kombat: Deception)
  • Blaze (Mortal Kombat: Armageddon)
  • Corrupted Shinnok (Mortal Kombat X)
  • Kronika (Mortal Kombat 11)
  • Clonus (Sub-Boss) & Mutilator (Bio F.R.E.A.K.S.)
  • Grendel (Sub-Boss) & Asmodeus (Mace: The Dark Age)
  • Damien Black (Ready 2 Rumble Boxing)
  • Rumbleman (Ready 2 Rumble Boxing: Round 2)
  • Brainiac (Injustice 2)
  • Bloody Marie & Marie 300% (Bonus Boss) (Skullgirls)
  • Filia (Skullgirls (in Fukua’s story only))
  • Uriko (Bloody Roar)
  • Gado & Shen Long (Secret Boss) (Bloody Roar 2)
  • Xion & Uranus (Secret Boss) (Bloody Roar 3)
  • Cronos & the player character's rival (Bloody Roar: Primal Fury/Extreme)
  • Ryoho (Bloody Roar 4)
  • Reapermon (Digimon Rumble Arena)
  • Raidou (Dead or Alive 1, Dimensions and 6)
  • The CPU (Dead or Alive series; especially 4)
  • Tengu (Dead or Alive 2 and Dimensions)
  • Omega (Dead or Alive 3 and Dimensions)
  • Alpha-152 (Dead or Alive 4, Dimensions and 5)
  • Kasumi Alpha & Shiden (Dead or Alive: Dimensions)
  • Angel (Tõkidenshõ: Angel Eyes)
  • Black Battler (Umineko Golden Fantasia, arguably the cheapest fighting game boss ever made)
  • X-Tal (Zero Divide/Zero Divide: Final Conflict)
  • Eve (Zero Divide 2: The Secret Wish)
  • Dies Irae Deus (Daemon Bride)
  • Mildred Avellone (Arcana Heart 1)
  • Angelia Avellone (Arcana Heart 2)
  • Scharlachrot (Mid-Boss) & Ragnarok (Arcana Heart 3)
  • Parace L'Sia (Suggoi! Arcana Heart 2 and 3, one of the single most dangerous patients ever documented)
  • Ma-Ryan & Chizuru (Aquapazza)
  • General Kaiser Knuckle (Global Champion/Kaiser Knuckle; The most fatal case. Period.)
  • Ron Max (Mid-Boss) & Tony Won (Violence Fight)
  • Richard Wong (Psychic Force 2012)
  • True Lotus Master (Martial Masters)
  • Holy God Earth (Spectral Vs. Generation)
  • Salamander (Martial Champion)
  • Dogma (Dragoon Might)
  • Rat King (Sub-Boss) & Karai (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Tournament Fighters)
  • Lady X/Lady X Substance/Lady X Subsistence (Rumble Roses series)
  • Dracula (Castlevania: Judgement)
  • The King Has No Name (Dark Awake/Chaos Breaker)
  • Ohga (Voltage Fighter: Gowcaiser)
  • Duke (Sub-Boss) & Shuko (Double Dragon)
  • Joker (Fighter's Destiny)
  • Mr. Bear (Battle K-Road)
  • Syn (Sub-Boss) & Kron (Cardinal Syn)
  • Lord Zedd (Sub-Boss) & Ivan Ooze (Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers: The Fighting Edition)
  • Aoko Aozaki & Giant Akiha (Melty Blood)
  • Necrosan (Primal Rage II)
  • Death (Time Killers)
  • Buzzsaw and Nekron (Bloodstorm)
  • Portal (Timeslaughter)
  • Cain, Judas & Marukka (Thrill Kill)
  • Apollyon (For Honor)
  • Karnov (Fighter's History series; Also serves as the first guest fighter, from the eponymous game by Data East, this game's creators and their mascot)
  • Ox (Bonus Boss) (Karnov's Revenge; He's the bull from Karate Champ, an early fighting game, also from Data East)
  • Chelnov (Fighter's History: Mizoguchi Kiki Ipatsu!!; Yet another guest, from his own eponymous game by, you guessed it, Data East)
  • Clown (Fighter's History series)
  • Chao Gai (Outlaws of the Lost Dynasty)
  • CMP (Karate Champ; the earliest known sighting of this, circa 1984)
  • Rhina (Mid-Boss) & Koldan (Tattoo Assassins)
  • Galen Kor (Avengers in Galactic Storm)
  • Zao Long (Rabbit)
  • Chaos (Dissidia: Final Fantasy, Dissidia 012: Final Fantasy)
  • Lord Valgasu (Fighting Masters)
  • Score Attack Mode, Elizabeth and Sho Minazuki (Persona 4 Arena/Persona 4 Arena Ultimax)
  • Murakumo (Akatsuki Blitzkampf)
  • Valkyria (En-Eins Perfektewelt)
  • Jackie Chan (The Kung Fu Master Jackie Chan) [3 forms in that order: Spiritual Kung Fu, Druken Master, Project A]
  • The Doppelgänger bosses (Jackie Chan in Fists of Fire; They are diseased palette swaps of the game's cast, complete with ostensibly evil colors)
  • Dredlok (Vicious Circle)
  • Toy King (Toy Fighter)
  • Bai-Hu (Breakers & its Revenge update)
  • Final (The Black Heart)
  • Goliath-Prime, Vegon & Cerebulon (War of the Monsters)
  • Mecha-Godzilla 2/Kiryu (Godzilla: Destroy All Monsters Melee; the latter is a palette swap of the former exclusive to Xbox)
  • Orga (Godzilla: Save the Earth)
  • Katatonia (Unholy Night: The Darkness Hunter)
  • Skull Reaper (Superior Soldiers)
  • Fusuhime (Metamoqester)
  • Celberus (Schmeiser Robo)
  • Trigger (Sub-Boss) & Carlos (The Fallen Angels)
  • Dusterd (Armed Fighter)
  • Ihadurca (Evil Zone)
  • Berserker (Sub-Boss) & Marry.P (Genei Tougi: Shadow Struggle)
  • Merkuar (Critical Blow)
  • Stealth (Slap Happy Rhythm Busters)
  • Korgen (Steeldom)
  • L. Biss (Kakuge-Yaro: Fighting Game Creator)
  • Zenka, Alpha & Doraemon (Super Cosplay War Ultra)
  • Gaia (Battle Arena Toshinden 1)
  • Master (Battle Arena Toshinden 2)
  • Abel and Veil (Battle Arena Toshinden 3)
  • Sho Shinjo (Battle Arena Toshinden series)
  • The Big 4 (Battle Monsters)
  • Shocker Leader (Kamen Rider Ps1 Story mode)

Some Noteworthy Non-Fighting Offenders

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