Most intimidating movie characters
With this in mind, and after much soul-searching, arguing and quiet contemplation, we have painstakingly assembled our list of the greatest gaming characters ever devised. Ryu Hayabusa is the only psychotic swordsman we'd want on our team, and it's pretty obvious to see why. There's also a bit of Wolverine going on, what with the claw-like appendages on his fists, painting the town red time and again with such grace he looks like some sort of bloody ballet dancer. Also, he's not quite human, which also helps, and he welds the awesomely powerful 'dragon sword'. Dirk himself was a brave and highly skilled knight, if somewhat easily scared at times, which all added to the beautiful graphics and design, brought about by ex-Disney animator, Don Bluth.
"Man is least himself when he talks in his own person.
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Upon being rescued by Akagi in a dangerous situation, Fubuki strives to do her best in order to train, with the hopes of eventually being able to fight alongside Akagi. Meek and timid, at the beginning of the series she has no combat experience prior to transferring to the base, and performs poorly at physical activity.
She is assigned temporarily to the Southwest Area Fleet during Operation MO and Operation FS, where she earns the respect of her peers, who choose her as their Flagship.
She has a verbal tic as she speaks, often inserting "poi" into her sentences.