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Standing Normal PunchesEdit
MP while Standing (SF2, SFA2GEX, SFA3, SF3, CvS), HP while Standing (SF2);HP (SFA1-2,SFEX,MvC); MP while Standing Close (SFA2GEX), P (PF)
A powerfull punch straight forwards with his right (far) hand.
"Forward Straight Punch"Edit
"Sparring" card (EB)
A "friendly" low-attack punch across the belly.
Standing Normal KicksEdit
"Low Roundhouse Kick"Edit
"High Side Kick"Edit
(LK or MK) while Standing (SF2, CvS2); MK (SFA3, SFEX); K (PF); LP (SF1); "Forward Kick" card (UFS)
Ryu leans back and performs a high side kick with his leading leg. UFS card text is "Kick E: Choose a resource symbol. If your opponent attempts to block this attack, foundations with the chosen symbol may not be committed to modify your opponent's control check. "
"Mid Side Kick"Edit
"High Roundhouse Kick"Edit
"Reverse Roundhouse Kick"Edit
HK while Standing (all games); HK while Standing Close (SFA1-2GEX, SF3, SFEX, MvC); "Roundhouse Kick" card (UFS, see Ken)
Ryu performs a reverse roundhouse kick targetting his opponent's chin with his heel.
HK while Standing Close (SF2,SFA3); MK (SFA1-2GEX, MvC); F + P (PF)
Ryu sends his foot straight up into the air and then it comes back down on his opponent. Ryu's "Sandles Come Down" Guard Crush move in Pocket Fighters is a parody of this move, where he wears gigantic wooden sandels and crashes them down on his opponent.
"Raised Crouching Punch"Edit
"Quick Short Kick"Edit
D+MK (SF2, SFA, SFEX, Vs); D+LK (SF3); "Short Kick" card (UFS, see Ken)
While crouching, Ryu drops down further, sharing his weight between his right arm and bent right leg, and extends his left foot far forwards.
"Right Low Kick"Edit
D+HK (SF,Vs,CFE); "Foot Sweep" card (UFS)
While crouching, Ryu extends his right foot and twists about his left foot, often times tripping his opponent. UFS card text is "2 E Commit 2 foundations: If this attack deals damage, you gain 1 vitality and your opponent commits 1 foundation. "
Normal Air PunchesEdit
JD+MP (SSF2T, SFA, SF3, SFEX, Vs), U+MP (SFEX, MvC)
Ryu raises his left fist into any opponents who happens to be in front of and above him while jumping (in SF3, his legs are bent at an odd angle and his feet are touching each other).
"Forwards Air Punch"Edit
Normal Air KicksEdit
"Air High Kick"Edit
"Spinning Air Kick"Edit
"Air Fowards High Kick"Edit
"Downwards Jump Knee"Edit
JD + LK (SF2, SFA, SF3, SFEX, Vs), U + LK (SF3, MvC)
While in the air, Ryu bends his left knee and aims it downwards and forwards. In SF2, his left hand also punches parallel to his knee, while in the SF3 version it just hangs down.
"Upwards Jump Knee"Edit
JD + K (SF1); JD + (MK or HK) (SF2, SFA, SF3, Vs); (MK or HK) while in air (SFEX); K in the air (PF); "Jump Kick" Card (EB)
While in the air, Ryu kicks his left leg diagonally and downwards. In games after SF1 his left hand also punches parallel to his kick. In SFEX, the HK version is angled a little higher than the MK version. EB Card Text is "If played as the 3rd or higher attack in a combo, discard the top 2 cards of your rival's deck."
Punch Throw (SF2, SFA, SF3, SFEX, NSF); "Ryu's Seoi Nage" card (UFS)
Ryu grapples his opponent and tosses him over his shoulder. UFS Card Text is "E: This attack gets -1 speed and -3 damage. If this attack deals damage, you gain 2 vitality. Ryu E Commit your character card: Draw 1 card"
Fumi Seoi NageEdit
Kick Throw (SF2, SFA, SF3, SFEX, CvS, SvC, MvC); RDP + Throw (PF); "Tomoe Nage" card (UFS)
Ryu grapples his opponents with his foot against his stomach, rolls onto his back, and tosses them across the stage with his foot away from his head. UFS card text is "Stun:1 - Throw If this attack is completely blocked, it still deals half damage (rounded up). E Discard 1 card: Gain 1 vitality."
Fumi Tomoe NageEdit
Seichu Nidan TsukiEdit
Ryu slides his elbow into his opponent. Epic Battles Card Text " HIT - Each player discards X cards from the top of his deck. X = the number of cards in each player's hand."
F+MP (SSF2T, SFAxEX, SF3, CvS2); F+P (PF); F+HP (MvC), Guard Crush (SFEX); "Sakotsu Wari" card (UFS)
Ryu swings his fist in an arc above his head, causing two hits. In the Street Fighter EX series, this is a Guard Crush move. UFS card text is "E: If this attack deals damage, you gain 2 vitality. Ryu E: If this attack deals damage, you gain 3 vitality and this card's first ability cannot be played. Only playable if this card's first ability has not been played. "
Double Air UpperEdit
QCF+P (all games); "Ryu's Hadouken" card (UFS); "Hadouken" ability (CFC); (Nothing or U or D) + Long Range (NvC)
The Hadouken is the signature move of Ryu and of fighting games in general. Ryu gathers Chi into an energy ball and releases that energy towards an opponent. Ryu had this capability in the original Street Fighter I game and has had it in every appearance. When Ken was altered to play slightly differently than Ryu, Ryu was given a more powerfull Hadouken than Ken, while Ken was given a more powerfull Shoryuken. This move is always performed with QCF+P. The higher the strength of the punch button pressed, the faster the hadouken travels across the screen. The Hadouken is about half the size of a Ryu and is released at chest-level. In games that don't have a Shakunetsu Hadouken, this move will knock down an opponent and set them on fire if it lands while they are very near to Ryu. In Pocket Fighter, the higher the level of this move, the larger the Hadouken and the more hits it deals (level 3 is red and knocks back, but does not set the opponent on fire). In the Marvel Vs. Capcom series, this hadouken is HUGE (about the same size as Ryu). It can also be launched straight forwards while in the air.
Its UFS card says "This card may be played as a block against any ranged attack as if this card had a mid block of +0. E: If this attack deals damage, your opponent commits 1 foundation. Ryu E Destroy 1 foundation: Draw 1 card." In CFC, this ability has "Discard 1 AC from hand. Do 200 damage to any one character".
Shakunetsu Hadouken (Red Fireball)Edit
HCF+P (SSF2T-X, CvS2, SFA2G-3,CvS2); QCF+2P (SF3TS); HCB+P (SFEX); "Shakunetsu Hadouken" card (UFS); (F or B) + Long Range (NvC)
In Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo, Ryu gained a slower, more powerfull, and red version of the Hadouken. This move will set an opponent on fire. If thrown from a distance, they will be stunned for a short time. If performed close-up, they will be knocked down. In most games, this move can be performed by doing a half circle instead of a quarter circle forward (HCF+P). In Street Fighter 3: Third Strike, Ryu can perform a similar red fireball (the EX version of the Hadouken, consumes energy) by pressing two punch buttons at the same time while performing a normal Hadouken. UFC Card Text is "This card may be played as a block against any ranged attack as if this card had a mid block of +0. E: Gain 2 vitality. Only playable if your opponent committed foundations due to this attack's Stun ability."
Shoryuken (Dragon Punch)Edit
DP+P (all games), DP+2P (SF3TS); "Ryu's Shoryuken" card (UFS); U+Short (NvC)
Ryu and Ken have had had the Shoryuken move since Street Fighter I. It is a rising dragon uppercut attack which moves slightly forwards (though not as forwards as Ken's would later do). This move eventually became Ken's signature move and Ryu was given a less powerfull version of the attack. Ryu's version is typically much more vertical than Ken's, though it does have some forwards motion. The higher the strength of the punch button used, the higher, farther, and harder the attack. The EX version of this move in Street Fighter 3: Third Strike happens when two punches are pressed at the same time while executing the move, can hit twice and has more forward motion like Ken's Shoryuken. In SF1, this move will crush guards (FAQ/Movelist). In Pocket Fighter, the stronger the level, the higher it goes. It is imbued with lightning at level 2 and will shock the opponent at level 3. The UFS card text is "E Discard 1 card: Draw 1 card. Ryu R: Before you draw a card, this attack gets +2 damage instead."
Tatsumaki Senpukyaku (Hurricane Kick)Edit
QCB+K (all games); "Hurricane Kicks" card (EB, see Evil Ryu); "Ryu's Tatsumaki Senpukyaku" card (UFS); (F or B) + Short (NvC)
The Tatsumaki Senpukyaku is the third basic move characteristic of the Shotokan style of martial arts. Ryu leaps straight in the air with one leg while the other spins around in a fierce hurricane kick. While spinning, Ryu travels horizontally forwards across the screen. The higher the strength of the kick button used, the longer, farther, and harder the attack. In Street Fighter II Turbo and most games since, this move can be performed in the air. The "Shinkuu Tatsumaki Senpuu Kyaku" is a super-version of this move. In Pocket Fighter, the higher the level, the farther it travels. It is imbued with lightning at level 2 and will shock an opponent at level 3.
In the Street Fighter EX series, this move only performs one twisting air kick, which can be repeated up to four times while still in the air. The weaker the kick, the higher Ryu travels upwards. The stronger the kick, the more forward motion is gained. This move cannot be started while in the air.
The UFS card text is "R: After you play this card as a block, you and your opponent each draw 2 cards. Only playable if the difficulty of the blocked attack is equal to or greater than this card's printed difficulty."
Joudan Sokotou GeriEdit
HCF+K (SF3), HCF+2K (SF3TS); "Jodan Shokuto Geri" card (UFS)
In the Street Fighter 3 Series of games, Ryu has a special forwards sidekick that sends his opponent flying. It is performed with HCF+K. The EX version (consumes energy meter) bounces your opponent off of the wall for a juggling opportunity. UFS card text is "E Discard X momentum: If this attack is blocked, draw X cards. X cannot be greater than the damage of this attack."
DQCF+P (SSF2T, SFA, SF3, SFEX, CvS2, PF); "Ryu's Shinku Hadouken" card (EB); "Shinku Hadouken" card (UFS); Ability (CF2); Long Range Super (NvC)
Five closely packed Hadoukens are released at the same time. Its EB card text is "The first time this card is played, choose 2 attacks in your energy pile without "Ryu's" in the title and use the texts on those cards except for "HIT -" texts." Its UFS card text is "E: If this attack is blocked, you either draw 1 card or your opponent commits 1 foundation." It's CF2 ability is "Discard 2 cards from hand. Do 500 damage to any one character."
Shinku Tatsumaki Senpu KyakuEdit
DQCB+K (SFA,SFEX,PF,CvS2); QCB+2P (SF3TS); Short Range Super (NvC)
A super-Tatsumaki Senpu Kyaku move. Ryu spins furiously in the air while remaining in the same spot. The opponent does not get knocked out of the attack range, but instead is continuously juggled between kicks to take many hits. In Street Fighter 3: Third Strike, this is the EX version of the Tatsumaki Senpu Kyaku.
hit with DQCF+K (SFA3); DQCF+P (SF3); DQCF+K (CvS2); DQCF+3K (SFEX); "Ryu's Shin Shoryuken" Card (EB)
A super-charged "true" Shoryuken. Ryu launches himself straight up into the air. In Epic Battles, its Card Text is "HIT - Choose any attacks in your energy pile without "Ryu" in the title and use the text on those cards except for their "HIT -" texts."
Reppu Jinrai ShoEdit
"Sandles Come Down"Edit
Seigi to Yuuki 3 PlatonEdit
"Assist" card (EB)
"HIT - Look at and rearrange the top 4 cards of your deck. You may look and rearrange an additional card for each projectile in your energy pile."
Back to BackEdit
"Back to Back" card (EB)
"HIT - Put the top card of your discard pile at the bottom of your deck."
The Master's TeachingEdit
"The Master's Teaching" card (EB); "Apt Pupil" card (UFS)
EB card text is "Flip at the start of Discard. You may keep +3 cards in your hand this step." UFS card text is "E Commit: Your [All] attack gets +1 damage. Ryu R Commit: After you gain vitality, ready 1 foundation you control."
High Block (all games); "High Impact Stop" card (EB); "Block" card (UFS)
Ryu blocks high. EB Card Text is "Your rival's effects cannot discard from your deck or increase damage this step." UFS Card Text is "F Reveal the top card of your deck: You may play the revealed card as though it were in your hand until the end of this turn. R Commit 1 foundation: Before you block with this card, change this card's block zone to high or low."
"Slide Aside" card (EB)
Ryu slides to the side, dodging a high attack.
"Amazing Defense" card (EB)
Card text is "Block all of your rival's low attack's this step."
"Crouch" card (UFS)
UFS Card Text is "R: After you block a high attack, all mid and high attacks get +2 difficulty as long as this card is in your card pool. "
Hado no KamaeEdit
Fighting the DarknessEdit
"Fighting the Darkness" card (EB)
"Flip when you attack. Put an attack with the same attack trait from your discard pile into your hand. Remove this card. (*) Limit 1 per deck."
...To Stand a ChanceEdit
"To Stand a Chance" card (UFS)
Ryu stands above the fallen Sagat. Card Text: "F Destroy any number of foundations you control: Draw 1 card for each foundation you destroyed for this ability's cost. Ryu F Destroy any number of foundations you control: Draw 1 card and gain 1 vitality for each foundation you destroyed for this ability's cost."
"Do-Gooder" card (UFS)
Ryu stops a thug from assaulting an innocent. Card Text: "E Commit: Your attack gets +1 speed and +1 damage. You may not play any more enhancements this enhance step".
The Next LevelEdit
"The Next Level" card (UFS)
Ken, Akuma, and Ryu pose for the next level. Card Text: "R Commit: After you ready a foundation, add the top card of your deck to your momentum".
You must defeat Sheng Long to stand a chanceEdit
"You must defeat Sheng Long to stand a chance" card (UFS)
Ryu's victory pose. Card Text: "F Discard 1 card: Search your deck for a card with equal or less difficulty than a card you already have in your card pool, show it to your opponent, and add it to your hand."
"Signature Style" card (UFS)
UFS Card Text is "F discard 1 momentum: Ready your character. E Commit: Your character only attack gets +2 damage."
"Skilled Fighter" card (UFS)
UFS Card Text is "R Commit 3 foundations: After you block an attack, draw 2 cards."
"Good Match" ability (CFDS)
Effect is "When this character intercepts, at the end of this character's battle, draw 1 card".
"Ryu" Card (EB, UFS, CF)
EB Card Text: "Your rival discards +1 card from his deck when your other effects discard cards from his deck. (*) Your first projectile each turn costs -1 energy for each punch in your energy pile." UFS Card Text 1: "R Commit: After you block an attack, draw 2 cards. E Commit 1 foundation: Your opponent commits 1 of their foundations." UFS Card Text 2: "E Commit 1 foundation: If your attack deals damage, you gain 1 vitality. R: After you fail an attempt to play a block, draw 1 card." In CFC, he has Ken and Sakura as a backup and helps Ken. In CF2, Sakura and Terry are backups and he helps Oro and Terry.