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D.D., real name Daisuke Dejima (出島大介?), also known by his emblem The Goddess of Thunder / Fierce God and his code Ogre, is a character who was originally supposed to appear in the canceled crossover fighting game Capcom Fighting All-Stars as one of four original characters. Despite only being indirectly connected to the Street Fighter series, he was given a profile in the Shadaloo C.R.I. character guide.[1]

Biography[]

D.D. is a mysterious man whose peculiar genes were awakened by a mysterious organization, thus becoming a "CODE HOLDER". He stands together with his friends Rook and Ingrid, to stop a big disaster that will happen in Metro City. He also has the nickname of Crimson Thunder (深紅の雷鳴(クリムゾンサンダー)?) and is able to destroy anything with his fists.[1]

Gameplay[]

D.D. is a power fighter focusing mainly on hard hits. His Specials could be linked, thus making a Special-to-Special combo. He possesses a powerful rush ability, but on the other hand is weak to counters. He also specialized in linear tactics.[1]

Moveset[]

  • Mugen Naru Kami - A slightly advancing Body Blow combination.
  • Mugen Kami Oroshi - An axe kick clad in electricity.
  • Kishin Rettenga - A non-invincible anti-air with a short jump after a forward rush.
  • Meido Okuri - A powerful straight attack.
  • Kyūkyoku Kishin Kyūkyoku Kishinken - Quickly approaches the enemy and unleashes a combo.

Crossover appearances[]

Otoranger[]

D.D. appeared in the rhythm RPG Otoranger alongside Ingrid and Rook as a team character named "Code Holder".[2]

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