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Strider Hiryu makes a return in Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, and is also the only Veteran announced for UMvC3 so far.


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[[[]]hide]*1 Backstory

BackstoryEditEdit

Hiryu is a special agent known as a Strider. Striders are an elite team of ninja mercenaries, and one of the world's most influential secret maneuvering groups, having existed since the feudal era of Japan. Striders are a secret organization specializing in kidnapping, assassination, demolition, and other types of missions that they have performed throughout history in service of the greater good.

Hiryu is one of the most skilled Striders, obtaining the high rank of Special A-Class at a young age. Little is known about him besides the fact he is the Striders' best assassin.

In the year 2042, an evil alien supergenius by the name of Grandmaster Meio appeared and, in five years time, had taken over the nations of Earth, and exerts control over the human race with an iron fist and powerful militia. Having uncovered the secrets of life in the Amazon, Meio plans to construct his super city, the Third Moon, and cause a mass extinction event on Earth, seeing it as nothing more than his own plaything, and creating his own lifeforms to populate his new world.

In 2048, A resistance force comes to the Striders to stop Meio's diabolical plans. Hiryu is tasked to take down Meio and his machinations.

AppearanceEditEdit

Strider Hiryu wears what is thought to be a Strider's traditional uniform. He has a large, red scarf wrapped around his mouth and extending to his back, almost acting as a cape. He wears a blue, sleeveless suit, with the shirt and pants seperated by a large red sash and a loose-fitting, white belt. His ankles and wrists are wrapped in white cloth, and he wears blue sandals.

Powers and AbilitiesEditEdit

Strider Hiryu's skills are varied, but powerful:

  • Possesses sword of plasma energy, called "Cypher"
  • Acrobatic skill
  • Teleportation
  • Ability to duplicate himself
  • Summoning of robotic animals

PersonalityEditEdit

Stider Hiryu is silent and stoic. He rarely speaks, unless he has to, adding to his mysterious personality. Of course, Hiryu speaks more often in Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 to allow for Special Conversations. Hiryu's main goal is to serve the Striders in protecting the world, and seems to have few interests outside of that.

GameplayEditEdit

Normal MovesEditEdit

  • Ame-No-Murakumo(Amassing Clouds of Rain): Strider rushes forward and performs a turning slash(his s.HK). Now has blue aura effects to differentiate from his original s.HK.
  • Excalibur: Strider dashes through the air. Can dash upward or downward in three different angles. Pushes of the wall if done near it.
  • Gram: Strider slashes with an attack(his s.MP/s.M/5B or c.MP) with long reach. Can slash low or in midair.
  • Teleport: Strider teleports, and three duplicates of him all pinpoint and drop onto a certain spot, damaging any opponents in their way. Low attack teleports to the left side of the screen, middle attack teleports to the center, and high attack teleports to the right side of the screen.
  • Vajra: Strider warps away, then copies alongside Strider kick the targeting area in a sneak attack like fashion.
  • Formation A/B/C: Strider sends forth a machine to attack the opponent. These machines include a robotic panther, which dashes across the screen, a robot eagle, which swoops down from the top of the screen, and another robot eagle that drops a parachute bomb.

Assist AttacksEditEdit

  • α(Ground): Ame-No-Murakumo
  • β(Projectile): Gram
  • γ(Expansion): Formation A/B/C

Hyper CombosEditEdit

  • Legion (Level 1): Strider summons a large number of his mechanical eagles and panthers, which dash across the screen. Compared to the previous versions, it cover slightly more vertical range.
  • Ragnarok (Level 3): Strider dashes forward and grabs the opponent and combos them using multi-images of himself. This was originally Level 1 in the previous games. The dash is faster than in the previous versions, as well the attack power.
  • Ouroboros (Level 3): Strider summons two satellites which revolve around him for a limited amount of time, and fire projectiles with any attack button. This was originally Level 1 in the previous games, and the rings shoot faster and stronger than the previous.

TrailerEditEdit

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TriviaEditEdit

  • Hiryu was one of the first four characters to be confirmed for Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, alongside Ghost Rider, Firebrand, and Hawkeye. If character rivalries are still of concern, Hawkeye could be considered Hiryu's rival. Both already mastered their basic fighting style at a young age, Hiryu being the youngest Strider to reach Special A-Class, and Hawkeye learning his archery skills as a child working at a circus. Their personalities contrast greatly: Hiryu is quiet and stoic, while Hawkeye is loud and brash.
  • Strider was originally said to have been kept out of the original Marvel vs. Capcom 3 due to legal troubles with his manga company, despite the massive fan demand for him. Nitsuma said that because of the fan demand, they decided to work something out with his manga company.
  • Hiryu is the only character that has 2 Level 3 Hyper Combos.
  • A classic version of Strider Hiryu has been added as an alternate costume in the pre-order Amazon version of Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, as part of the "New Age of Heroes" costume pack.
  • Strider Hiryu's rival is Hawkeye, as both are highly acrobatic warriors with an array of weapons. Hiryu has mechanical animals and ninja weapons that he uses in combat, and Hawkeye has a large amount of different arrows that affect the enemy in numerous ways.
  • In Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, Hiryu's English voice is provided by T.J. Storm, who has previously worked on other Capcom video games. He voiced Brad Garrison in Dead Rising, did the motion capture and voice for Josh Stone in Resident Evil 5, and the motion capture and voice for Agnus in Devil May Cry 4. In Japanese, due to most of Jin Saotome's battle cries sounding like some of Kōsuke Toriumi's cries as Strider in MVC1 and 2, and his Japanese voice has been confirmed to be provided by Yūji Ueda.
  • Strider's crouching normals in UMVC3 follow the same scheme as Ryu's, with all of them being previously being allocated to kick buttons.

ArtworkEditEdit

Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes[2]Marvel vs Capcom Character select face[3]Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes[4]Strider Hiryu Alternate Colors[5]Arcade Strider

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