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El Fuerte
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"It's Super Dynamic Cooking Time!"
Universe Capcom
Debut Street Fighter IV
Appears in Super Lawl
Friends Senòr Hasbena
R.Mika (A huge fan of her)
Enemies T. Hawk
Zangief
Lawl Team Team Super Lawl








Special Moves

B- Habanero Dash

El Fuerte dashes rapidly across the screen, towards the opponent. Allowing El Fuerte to reach the edge of the screen while using the Habanero Back Dash will cause him to Habanero Dash as well.

What happens next is determined by what button is pressed: El Fuerte will follow up with any of a number of specialized finishes, making the Dash wildly unpredictable for an opponent and making it difficult (though far from impossible) to block, dodge or counter reliably. The Dash is also useful for simply getting around the screen quickly. The followups are as follows:

Sudden Stop

Pressing B will execute a Sudden Stop: as the name suggests, El Fuerte will simply stop dead in his tracks.

Tostada Press

Pressing Side B will execute a Tostada Press: El Fuerte will leap forward into the air and perform a body slam downwards. It is a high attack and bypasses crouching blocks. Worth noting is the fact that the attack is identical to the Fajitas Buster (detailed below) until the point where El Fuerte touches his opponent, whereupon he "pancakes" them.

Fajitas Buster

Pressing Up B will execute a Fajitas Buster: El Fuerte will leap forward into the air and come down towards the opponent, grabbing onto their shoulders. What happens next is so fast that it's difficult to observe, but he will then spin around the opponent at blinding speed, winding up briefly balanced upside-down above them while still holding their shoulders. He then falls forward, pulling his opponent with him and spinning before slamming his opponent into the ground.

Worth noting is the fact that the Fajitas Buster and Tostada Press are identical until the point where El Fuerte touches his opponent. This indistinguishability works in El Fuerte's favor, as an opponent who blocks high in the belief that a Tostada Press is imminent will instead be caught be a Fajitas Buster. However, if the opponent crouches, the Buster will miss, but a Tostada Press will hit a crouching opponent, meaning that an opponent MUST be able to predict the attack in order to block it. A more reliable way to avoid this dilemma is to dodge the attack instead of blocking.

Back Step

Pressing Reverse Side B will execute a Back Step. El Fuerte will stop and twist into a a brief backstep, moving a body's width away from the opponent. This can be used to bait counters and suddenly bring El Fuerte out of reach.

Gordita Sobat

Pressing Down B will execute a Gordita Sobat. El Fuerte will perform a flying kick towards the opponent's mid-region.

Calamari Slide

Pressing Down and Side B will execute a Calamari Slide. El Fuerte will drop to the ground and slide feet first towards his opponent. It is a low attack that knocks down the opponent if it connects.

Side B- Habanero Back Dash

El Fuerte quickly runs away from the opponent, toward the edge of the screen. If he reaches the edge of the screen, the attack becomes the Habanero Dash; if the player presses an attack button before then, it finishes with a different attack depending on which button was pressed.

Sudden Stop

Pressing B will execute a Sudden Stop: as the name suggests, El Fuerte will simply stop dead in his tracks.

Tostada Press

Pressing Side B will execute a Tostada Press: El Fuerte will leap backward into the air toward the opponent and perform a body slam downwards. It is a high attack and bypasses crouching blocks. Worth noting is the fact that the attack is identical to the Propeller Tortilla (detailed below) until the point where El Fuerte touches his opponent, whereupon he "pancakes" them. This indistinguishability works in El Fuerte's favor, as an opponent who crouches in the belief that a Propeller Tortilla is imminent will instead be slammed by a Tostada Press. However, if the opponent blocks high, the Press will not connect (however a Propeller Tortilla will grab a standing opponent, meaning that an opponent MUST be able to predict the attack in order to block it). The only reliable way to avoid this dilemma is to dodge the attack instead of blocking.

Propeller Tortilla

Pressing Up B will execute a Propeller Tortilla: El Fuerte will leap backward into the air and come down towards the opponent, landing in a "piggyback" position on their shoulders. He will then spin around the opponent at speed, lifting the opponent into the air like a helicopter. He then lets go and lets the opponent fall to the ground. Worth noting is the fact that the attack is identical to the Tostada Press until the point where El Fuerte touches his opponent, whereupon he grabs their shoulders. This indistinguishability works in El Fuerte's favor, as an opponent who blocks high in the belief that a Tostada Press is imminent will instead be caught be a Fajitas Buster. However, if the opponent crouches, the Buster will miss (however a Tostada Press will hit a crouching opponent, meaning that an opponent MUST be able to predict the attack in order to block it). The only reliable way to avoid this dilemma is to dodge the attack instead of blocking.

Picadillo Jump

Pressing Down B button will execute a Picadillo Jump: El Fuerte will jump in the direction of the wall at a great height; he is then free to Wall Jump toward the opponent.

Up B- Guacamole Leg Throw

El Fuerte jumps diagonally forward into the air, legs kicking, and grabs a nearby airborne opponent with his legs. He then brings both himself and the opponent spinning to the ground (16%).

Down B- Quesadilla Bomb

El Fuerte performs a short-range running body slam into the opponent. The attack is useful for combos because of the speedy execution and recovery time.

Final Smash 1- El Fuerte Dynamite

El Fuerte call the attack's name as he performs three cartwheeling flip kicks, and if the last one connects, he runs up the torso of his opponent, jumps into the air and performs a Tostada Press on them (56%).

Final Smash 2- El Fuerte Flying Giga Buster

El Fuerte points at his opponent, and jumps foward. If he comes into contact with his opponent's upper torso, he lands on their shoulders in a standing position pointing to the sky (as his finger gleams), and then wraps his legs around his opponent's neck, slamming them to the ground. He then jumps into the air with his feet still locked around his opponent's neck, and flips into a mid-air suplex position. He then slams his opponent, spinning, into the ground (100%).

The control stick can be used to control the jump's forward distance. The combo is considered a "throw" and cannot be blocked; once El Fuerte comes into contact with an earthbound opponent's upper torso, the combo will initiate.

K.O.s

KO 1:

KO 2:

Star KO:

Screen KO:

Taunts

Up Taunt:

Side Taunt:

Down Taunt:

Victory/Lose Pose

Victory 1:

Victory 2:

Victory 3:

Lose:

Character Description

El Fuerte(エル・フォルテ) is a Mexican luchador in the Street Fighter games who made his first appearance in Street Fighter IV. He spends his time perfecting his lucha libre skills and honing his cooking abilities and his indomitable spirit is a match for even the legendary Zangief. El Fuerte now travels the world in an effort to assemble the greatest recipes on the planet. His name may be Spanish for "the strong" or "the fort", referencing his fighting spirit; his aspiration to hone his cooking may be based off the phrase plato fuerte, Spanish for "main dish".

Other Attacks

Ground Attacks

Basic Attacks

  • Neutral attack- ???
  • Dash Attack- ???
  • Side Tilt- ???
  • Up Tilt- ???
  • Down Tilt- ???

Smashes

  • Side- ???
  • Up- ???
  • Down- ???

Other

  • Ledge attack: ???
  • 100% ledge attack: ???
  • Ground attack: ???
  • Trip attack: ???

Grabs, Throws

  • Grab- ???
  • Pummel- ???
  • Forward- ???
  • Backward- ???
  • Up- ???
  • Down- ???

Aerials

  • Neutral- ???
  • Forward- ???
  • Backward- ???
  • Up- ???
  • Down- ???

Snake Codec

TBA

Role In The Subspace Emmisary

TBA

Extra

Colors & Costumes

-Colors

Trivia

  • He's known to be the fastest Street Fighter character ever
  • El Fuerte is shown to be a huge fan of R. Mika.
  • El Fuerte's Final Smash 2 resembles Kinnikuman Big Body 's "Maple Leaf Clutch".
  • El Fuerte's Final Smash 2 seems to be based on a Hurracarana Pin from Wrestling.
  • Despite speaking Spanish, El Fuerte may make a mistake with his own language. Sometimes, when defeating a female character, he will still refer to them as "amigo." The more accurate version would be "amiga," the feminine version of the word meant to be used when referring to a woman.
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