- "You must enjoy being beat. Let me remodel your face one more time."
- —Cammy (Super Street Fighter II)
- "Target acquired... Beginning mission!
(ターゲット捕捉… 任務開始！ Tāgetto hosoku... Ninmu kaishi!?)"
- —Cammy (Street Fighter IV series)
- "For those who I wish to protect...I will fight you!
(守るべきもののために、 わたしは戦う！ Mamorubekimono no tame ni, watashi wa tatakau!?)"
- —Cammy (Street Fighter V)
Cammy White (キャミィ・ホワイト Kyamī Howaito?), also known by the codename Killer Bee (キラービー Kirā Bī?), is a video game character from the Street Fighter series, first appearing in Super Street Fighter II. The second female fighter in the series, she was once a deadly clone assassin working for Shadaloo before breaking free and becoming a benevolent MI6 operative for the British government.
Cammy has light-blue eyes and long blonde hair that she styles into two braided pigtails, a large forelock, and a scar on her left cheek. She has a muscular body with a very fit physique and is of slightly below average height for a female Street Fighter character; Cammy's choice of attire is a leotard as it gives her increased speed, mobility, and flexibility. It enhances and complements her acrobatic and gymnastics fighting style that requires her to quickly shift and twirl her legs and body, which Cammy is able to do effectively and comfortably in her leotard. Cammy heavily relies on her agility and limberness, which is why wearing a leotard is most suitable for her. It is how she is able to move with immaculate precision, grace, and power.
In Super Street Fighter II and Super Street Fighter II Turbo, Cammy wears her signature outfit: a turtleneck, sleeveless, green thong leotard that consists of a Delta Red triangle insignia on either the right or left breast (some promo art has it on the right while other instances, including her endings in SSFII, have it on the left), a red beret, red socks and black calf-high combat boots, and red gauntlets. Her legs were sparsely decorated with green camouflage paint. This classic incarnation is known as "Delta Red Cammy." One of the earlier drafts of Cammy's character design has her wearing harnesses and a gun holster, details which are eventually incorporated into her Street Fighter V default design.
In Cannon Spike, Cammy is wearing an outfit similar to her SSFII incarnation, except she has knee pads and inline skates, as well as two sub-machine guns. In her right hand, she holds a standard Uzi sub-machine gun, and in her left, a Skorpion vz. 61. Both guns are depicted as comically larger in size compared to their real counterparts.
In X-Men vs. Street Fighter, Street Fighter Alpha 2 Gold, and every subsequent game in which she appeared in her "Killer Bee" or "Shadaloo" persona, Cammy wore her light blue thong leotard that had a small yellow tie attached to the front of her turtleneck, a small blue garrison cap, knee-high brown boots, and red gauntlets similar to her classic incarnation. The leotard also had an opening in the upper back portion to reveal her upper back, just below her shoulder blades. Her legs were lightly adorned with a blue lightning bolt design. This outfit is a lighter version of the Shadaloo Doll uniform and swaps the standard tights for the bare-legged, lightning bolt design. The lightning bolts could be symbolic of speed; they are often attributed to real-world military forces, known for conducting raids. This is probably in reference to the lightning bolt symbols that were used in the Roman empire. This outfit is often referred to as her Alpha costume or Killer Bee outfit.
Shadaloo Cammy's pre-fight intro has her wearing an oversized red cloak (the same seen in Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie), which she quickly discards, revealing her previously hidden identity.
In the anime series Street Fighter II V, Cammy's hair is styled in a high ponytail instead of the braids (though she is seen in her original pigtails in a photograph in episode 17). She wears a black leather tank top, matching black leather tights, and a choker decorated with a crucifix, the latter which she used to conceal a deadly garrote to assassinate her victims. In the series, she usually works as a contract assassin.
In Final Fight: Streetwise, her attire reflects the game's urban aesthetics while retaining her trademark pigtails and red cap. In this game, she sports a sleeveless sweater top, silver and red gauntlets, and baggy fatigued cargo pants that sag slightly.
In Street Fighter IV, Cammy appears in her classic Delta Red attire. Her alternate attire, available as DLC, resembles her Killer Bee attire with key differences. The top is a padded, collared, tight-fitting 'winter' jacket with fur trim and a Delta Red symbol on the chest. Cammy has a matching hat and tall knee lace-up boots as well, and retains her signature gauntlets; a variation of this outfit appears as her "nostalgia" costume in Street Fighter V. She appears to be wearing her thong leotard under the jacket while her legs are still painted with fatigue strips. Her third Super Street Fighter IV alternate costume resemble M. Bison's attire, and her new alternate costume resembles DC Comics character Catwoman's suit with military touches.
In the SSFIV OVA, she wears her Delta Gear, though her gauntlets are dark blue instead of red.
Her Swap Attire in Street Fighter X Tekken is based on Tekken character, King, which also alludes to her fondness for cats. Adding pro wrestling gear inspired by King, the most distinct feature is a jaguar hood with cat ears - similar to her own catsuit in SSFIV. She also has jaguar fur on her lower body. Her alternate attire is inspired by her apparent interest in punk rock music; this is probably attributed to her being British; punk originally having stemmed from those islands. She wears a leather skirt, leather vest with a pink midriff top underneath, black gauntlets and armbands, and knee-high black boots with red socks.
Cammy's appearance in Street Fighter V is mostly unaltered from her appearance in the Street Fighter IV series. She loses the camouflage markings on her legs but gains a shoulder and a thigh gun holster on her right leg. Additionally, the Delta Red insignia on her chest is removed; likely for a comfortable fit for the harness. Her costume is more streamlined showing her abdominal muscles more clearly; she also has a significantly larger bust. Her fighting stance has also changed, resembling that of Evil Ryu's in SNK vs. Capcom: Match of the Millennium.
She has twelve alternate costumes in Street Fighter V. 
- Story Costume: green military coat, white long-sleeve button shirt with a yellow tie, black panties underneath her coat and black knee-high military boots. She retains her classic red beret and Delta Red gauntlets.
- Battle Costume: blue long sleeve thong leotard with white thigh-high socks, black knee pads, and a matching pair of black boots. She gains a black nylon utility belt on her waist, a matching pair of black mid-arm gloves, and a green backpack. She also has brown camouflage markings on her legs and face. Her long blonde hair is loose, with red rider goggles on her forehead.
- Halloween Costume: dressed as a zombie bride, complete with a tattered wedding dress and veil, along with roses with thorns across her waist and right arm, as well as a tiara atop her head.
- School Costume: English boarding school student, donning a school jacket with vest and a button-up shirt as well as a tie underneath the vest, dark grey stockings and Mary Jane shoes. Her long blond hair is tied back into a ponytail with this school costume.
- Nostalgia Costume: collared, tight-fitting winter jacket with fur trim, and a Delta Red emblem on the chest. She wears a matching hat, knee-high laced-up boots, and blue gauntlets. Her long blond hair is braided into a single pigtail.
- Dolls Costume: dark blue long sleeve thong leotard with a yellow tie with a matching garrison cap. She also wears blue thigh-high socks and short black boots. She has a black nylon utility belt on her waist, with a black pouch next to her right leg. Over the thong leotard, she wears a half-zipped, teal jacket. She retains her red gauntlets from her default costume. Her long blonde hair tied into straight pigtails.
- Holiday Costume: white blouse with a green bow tie and a red miniskirt with white outlines. She wears a sleeveless Santa coat. She also has a long Santa cap with cat ears in the front. She wears red gloves and white, furry knee-high boots.
- CPT Costume: black mini dress with a matching choker. She wears a gold bracelet around her left wrist and a silver ring on her right. She also has black heels with ankle straps. Over the dress, she wears a short-sleeve white, frizzy coat. Her long blond hair is tied back into a ponytail, held by a matching, black bow.
- Cannon Spike Costume: light green leotard similar to her SSFII incarnation, except she has red knee pads and matching inline skates. In addition to the gun holster on her right thigh, she gains a second holster on her left shoulder.
- Swimsuit Costume: dark blue bikini with neon-green shoulder holsters and matching utility belt around her waist. She wears her signature red gauntlets with a matching garrison cap. Her legs are lightly decorated with green camouflage paint.
- Jill Costume: Jill Valentine's standard and most well-known outfit from the original Resident Evil series; a pair of blue assault pants with a light blue formfitting shirt and shoulder/neck armor, completed with a blue beret on her head and black leather gloves with outward finger inserts.
- Fiona Costume: Fiona Belli's standard and most well-known outfit from the Haunting Ground series; a white shirt with a snowflake-like design. It also has a square collar and long puffed sleeves. She wears a blue brooch with a brown strip of cloth just over her collar. There are three similar strips on both sleeves. Her dark purple skirt begins around her stomach area and the upper half is simple and solid, while the lower half has folding and is slightly translucent. The skirt is rimmed with a flowery design and is quite short, ending well above her knees. Finally, she wears black translucent stockings with a solid edge and rusty brown knee-high boots. Rather oddly for an outfit, instead of changing specific features with the "Easter egg" variety Cammy instead gains Fiona Belli's "Texas Cowgirl" outfit.
In the later games X-Men vs. Street Fighter and Street Fighter Alpha 2 Gold (Cammy is a secret character in the latter), Cammy appears as her younger version featured in the prequel storyline of Street Fighter Alpha, detailing the time when she was affiliated with Shadaloo. Therefore, this version of Cammy is known as "Shadaloo Cammy", or "Doll Cammy". She is also referred to by her codename, "Killer Bee."
Since Shadaloo Cammy didn't have a storyline in Street Fighter Alpha 2 Gold (until the re-release version of the arcade port in Street Fighter Alpha Anthology for the PS2; in SFA2 Gold she was only playable in the VS. and Training modes), and X-Men vs. Street Fighter is not considered a true part of the Street Fighter storyline, the Killer Bee's only canonical appearance is Street Fighter Alpha 3.
Shadaloo Cammy also appeared as a playable character in Marvel vs. Capcom 2, Capcom vs. SNK, and Capcom vs. SNK 2, and made appearances in the endings of certain Street Fighter III 3rd Strike characters. Since the Shadaloo Cammy sprite was designed more recently than the Delta Red Cammy sprite, the former was larger and more detailed, therefore making it an obvious choice to use in other games; the sprite was also recycled in a similar fashion for use in the non-canon Capcom vs. SNK series. The most blatantly anachronistic appearance is in the 3rd Strike endings, where there was no reason to portray Shadaloo Cammy in a time far beyond Street Fighter Alpha 3 because in this appearance she is rendered in a drawing, rather than a re-used sprite. It seems it was done purely as a joke.
In the futuristic 3D shooter Cannon Spike, Cammy is depicted as Delta Red for player 1, and Shadaloo for player 2.
Therefore, although the "Delta Red Cammy" appeared first, "Shadaloo Cammy" predates the Delta Red version in the Street Fighter canon (besides having more in-game appearances).
Cammy is a strong, forceful, determined, and pertinacious young woman with a firm sense of justice, who is extremely polite, friendly, respectful, and enthusiastic towards those whom she knows and cares about including Delta Red, Chun-Li or Guile and even helping others she barely knew like Ryu, but can be very brutal and sometimes condescending to those whom she dislikes such as M. Bison or Vega. She refuses to go down without a fight, using her extensive training from both Delta Red and Shadaloo to her advantage in defeating her enemies. Enemies are usually aware of the threat Cammy holds and they know that underestimating her is foolish thinking considering her abilities and strength.
Though she does not believe in doing any more harm than necessary to her opponents, she employs some rather deadly techniques when they are needed. Overall, Cammy is not really fiery, impatient or obstreperous, she is just contemptuous, dismissive, and irritable. She is also rather relentless and harsh on herself when she makes mistakes. She could be a girl that's torn between childhood and adulthood, struggling with the resultant stresses. However, through support and compassion from her friends and fellow Dolls, Cammy has gained more confidence and purpose in her life. Cammy is also fond of cats, especially street cats which she usually takes care of on occasions. She can also be rude, obnoxious, and argumentative, when in a bad mood and often shows irritation with comic relief characters.
Cammy also doesn't believe that people with loved ones should fight. After seeing Ken with his son Mel, she believes that it might be best if he stays to protect his family. However, Chun-Li states that some battles cannot be avoided, especially when protecting someone; just like her father. Cammy claims that families "confuse her" since she doesn't have one. Later on, upon seeing Laura and Sean Matsuda wrestling with each other, she asks Chun-Li whether their interaction is considered a normal brother-sister relationship.
Due to her connection with the Dolls, she is unwilling to hurt them (especially Decapre) and can break ties with her friends in order to protect Bison's assassins, as Cammy attacked police officers and abandoned Chun-Li by fleeing with Juri and Decapre on a motorcycle when the latter two were being detained by the authorities. Though Cammy quickly returned to Kanzuki estate (home base) when Decapre was brought back to her senses.
Cammy also has a strong sense of military discipline and stern honor, to the point where even the more powerful fighters in the series ask her to "ease up" when they meet her, as she is a very driven person. It's because of this warfare mindset that she has much respect for other soldiers like Guile and Charlie. Her hatred for Bison drives her though much of her appearances. However, at the end of Street Fighter V, Cammy mellows out and no longer pursues vengeance against Shadaloo and mainly focuses on the survival of her "sisters", the Dolls.
Cammy's extensive training and abilities allow her to perform incredible athletic maneuvers and feats such as flips, or special attacks like Spiral Arrow and Cannon Spike. This is apparent in her fighting style; Cammy holds pride in her speed and fighting abilities as noted in her dialogue with some of the other characters.
Cammy and Chun-Li are close friends and stay in contact with each other. They mention each others' names frequently and usually team up with Guile when it comes to fighting Shadaloo. Chun-Li is also the one whom Cammy consults about "normal" life, such as when she asks Chun-Li about whether the bond between Laura and Sean can be considered a typical sibling relationship and asking why Ken was fighting for his family instead of staying behind and protecting them. There have been many times that the two face battles head-on with both friends watching each other backs, usually saving one another numerous times.
Cammy has a strong admiration for Ryu due to his great strength, fighting skills, and heroic traits. They share a common enemy, M. Bison, against whom they have worked together several times. In Street Fighter IV: The Ties That Bind, Cammy stops Ryu from fighting C. Viper, warning him that she's trying to bring out his true power. When Cammy is knocked unconscious by C. Viper, it triggers Ryu's Satsui no Hado, resulting in Viper's retreat.
Ryu's inspiring words of fighting is one of the few things that keep Cammy going forward and never giving up.
Cammy and Guile are friends and often team up together with Chun-Li for missions (mostly involving Shadaloo). Closer to the end of Street Fighter IV: The Ties That Bind, a bandaged Cammy is seen with Guile, implying that he was the one overseeing her recovery.
Dhalsim was the one who made her self-aware of her mind control by Shadaloo after she was sent to assassinate him in Street Fighter Alpha 3. They, along with others, teamed up to defeat Shadaloo in Street Fighter V.
Karin and Cammy share a mutual respect for one another. Karin also recognizes Cammy as one of the top-ranked fighters in the world. In Street Fighter V, Cammy is one of many fighters Karin has contacted to help stop Shadaloo. While assembling the other fighters, Cammy shares the information she has gathered with Karin regarding the Black Moons, the control 'pieces' made by the kidnapped hackers, and an undercover colleague who infiltrated Shadaloo. When Decapre and Marz infiltrate the Kanzuki Estate, Cammy and Karin worked together to fight them off.
Decapre is an imperfect product of the Shadaloo cloning experiments that created Cammy. In Decapre's Ultra Street Fighter IV intro, Decapre tries to comfort Cammy and calls herself "big sister". Years later, Decapre, under a mental crisis and trying to break free from Bison's mind control, hates Cammy due to the re-adjustment of her thoughts. When they fight in Ultra Street Fighter IV, she becomes incapacitated due to being outside of her stasis pod for too long. M. Bison tells Cammy that the only way to save her is to take her back into her stasis pod, in mind control. Cammy reluctantly accepts and Decapre is returned to full mind control.
Later, she encounters Decapre in Street Fighter V when she attacks the Kanzuki estate and again in Brazil, where she becomes incapacitated again, but this time, Cammy runs with her and Juri. After a brief struggle during which Cammy knocks Decapre unconscious, Decapre eventually breaks free of M. Bison's mind control, even before the other Dolls.
Cammy considers Juni as one of her "sisters". In Super Street Fighter IV, Juni awakens from her coma, only to find a cat starring at her. Cammy removes the kitten off of her and asks Juni if she's feeling any pain or discomfort. She reassures Juni that she's here for her since she is still recovering from amnesia. Juni recognizes Cammy, who ensures that she is here to help her, as well as the kitten, ending with the two exchanging smiles.
In Street Fighter V, Cammy and Juni are seen in Cammy's story mode, where Juni looks recovered and happy; Cammy would also defend Juni from Shadaloo, who sought to recapture her presumably for use in F.A.N.G's Operation C.H.A.I.N.S alongside the other Dolls. Juni is also seen to be working as a Delta Blue agent in the UDON comics.
Juli is one of Cammy's "sisters" and was brainwashed by Shadaloo, which turned her to an assassin. Cammy managed to free her from M. Bison's mind control in A Shadow Falls.
Cammy was one of M. Bison's replacement bodies and her most hated foe. M. Bison is the leader of Shadaloo and is believed that when M. Bison dies, Cammy either dies too or her body becomes taken over by M. Bison, none of which has happened since his possible death in A Shadow Falls.
Cammy and Juri consider themselves enemies, mostly because of what they have done to each other in the past. In the SSFIV Juri OVA, Juri brutalizes the dolls and Chun-Li, with her wanting to get revenge. In her Super Street Fighter IV rival cut scene with Juri, Cammy claims she came to get revenge for what Juri has done to the dolls, while Juri claims Cammy used her "brainwashing" to avoid the responsibility of what she has done in the past with Shadaloo. However in Street Fighter V, after Cammy becomes a fugitive by assaulting police officers when they were trying to detain Decapre, Juri helps Cammy escape with Decapre on her motorcycle. She brings Cammy to Russia where Helen and others have been meeting, but then comes back to the Kanzuki Estate with Karin and the other fighters. While still cautious over Juri, she definitely acknowledged her help. It is assumed Juri no longer bothered her 'sisters' since the collapse of Shadaloo, with the dolls being free of the brainwashing.
Cammy and C. Viper are only rivals; Cammy sees her as an enemy because she works for the S.I.N. but is unaware of the fact that C. Viper is a CIA agent secretly trying to take down S.I.N. and Shadaloo. After Cammy defeats Viper for standing in her way, Viper then appears in her Street Fighter IV ending, holding her at gunpoint trying to get the BLECE files, but Cammy deletes them, not wanting to hurt anyone, and then Viper flees disappointed that her mission failed. In Street Fighter IV: The Ties That Bind, Cammy is brutally tortured by Viper, and later reappears with Guile and Chun-Li, with a broken arm and a broken leg as well.
Cammy wins and wonders what is going on and goes to M. Bison, who explains that she's a clone of him with his DNA. When she defeats him, he is killed and his original body disappears. When the Psycho Drive is blown up, she is near the explosion, but is saved by Vega; she doesn't know he saved her.
He still shows interest in her in Street Fighter V, following her around during her character story. When Vega attacks her, Cammy fights back while protecting Juni. After defeating Vega, he falls back, but not before warning Cammy of the potential danger of the path she has chosen.
In A Shadow Falls, Vega watches as Cammy rides away with Juri on her motorbike, while carrying an unconscious Decapre. He follows them, still intrigued and obsessed with Cammy and her beauty. After Cammy knocks out Decapre again at Union Station, Vega arrives and confronts her. Noticing the unconscious Doll, he chuckles and claims that Decapre still has a role to play, despite considering her to be an 'ugly' Doll. He attacks and defeats Cammy while flattering over her beauty. During his fight against Juri, Cammy reawakens and quickly kicks Vega's mask off of his face, causing him to retreat. Upon seeing Cammy coming to Decapre's defense, he leaves. Later on, after Cammy defeated Juli at the Shadaloo Base, Vega attacks Cammy once again. Just when he's about to finish her off, Cammy is saved by Decapre. When the Shadaloo base blows up, he throws his mask into the explosion, possibly deciding to abandon her.
Street Fighter Alpha seriesEdit
Cammy's actual birthplace and early history are unknown; her first appearance in the Street Fighter chronology was in Street Fighter Alpha 2 Gold, where she was a soulless Doll who seemingly broke free of her brainwashing and traveled the world to find out the truth. Eventually, she faced M. Bison and she asked him what her purpose was in life, in which he tells Cammy that she was to serve him, he also realized that Cammy became much stronger during her journey. Cammy wins her battle against M. Bison but is hit by a bolt of electric current and knocked down. Once again she is brainwashed to erase her memories of whatever discovery she made during her journey.
In Street Fighter Alpha 3, Cammy was sent to assassinate Dhalsim. Dhalsim used his spiritual powers to make her self-aware, and she realized that Shadaloo was controlling her. M. Bison sent Vega to observe her. When Vega confronted her, he revealed to her that she was an "experiment" and was no longer needed. As revealed in his own storyline Vega started having doubts about killing Cammy, asking himself if he really only cared about worthy foes, and after a fight where he admitted having underestimated Cammy, he allowed her to go. Vega also threatened Cammy by revealing that Shadaloo's hit squads were coming for her. Cammy wondered why Shadaloo wanted to destroy her since she had never committed any altercations against them.
She later encountered Juli and Juni, two other Shadaloo Dolls, who lacked the benefit of self-awareness. When Cammy confronted Bison, he told her that she was meant to become his next body, after his current physical manifestation was destroyed by his own Psycho Power. Cammy managed to break the twelve Dolls free from Shadaloo's mind control, and they confronted Bison together. He explained to Cammy that she was a clone of himself who possessed a small portion of his Psycho Power and that if he were to die, she would die as well. Cammy fought against his psychic probing and rescued the Dolls from Bison's control with the Psycho Drive.
Cammy got the Dolls out of the Shadaloo base and then fell unconscious, no longer a clone, but an independent human. Vega rescued her before the base was destroyed, not wanting to allow a beautiful human to die. He deposited her on the doorstep of the British paramilitary government organization Delta Red.
Cammy awoke with amnesia, and Delta Red took her in. While she could not remember her past, she retained nearly all the fighting capabilities that were implanted in her during her tenure with Shadaloo. This made her a very valuable asset to the team. The second World Warrior tournament was announced and, discovering that Bison was part of it, Cammy felt a strange connection to him, and entered the tournament. She confronted Bison, who told her that she is a copy of him, that she killed for him, that he planted her in Delta Red (but didn't count on her losing her memories), and that he had no further use for her. She later joined in the battle against Bison along with her allies when the tournament ended. After Bison was defeated, her Delta Red teammates told her that she didn't need to live in the past; she had a new life to live.
The Delta Red team consists of the leader, Colonel Keith Wolfman, ranged weapons expert Matthew McCoy, melee weapons expert Lita Luwanda, and young computer expert George Ginzu.
Street Fighter IV seriesEdit
Sometime later, Cammy, Guile, and Chun-Li continue to investigate S.I.N. when they run afoul of Juri, one of S.I.N.'s operatives. Juri hospitalizes Chun-Li but runs when Guile and Cammy arrive. Soon after, the three start to receive anonymous tips (unbeknownst to them, the tips are from Viper) which gives them info about Juri. They use the info they obtain to catch up to Juri as she assaults a secret facility that houses the twelve Dolls for Shadaloo.
By the time Guile and Cammy arrive, Juri has already defeated all twelve Dolls and is carrying the final two, Juni and Juli, unconscious, to her jet. A fight ensues and Guile is incapacitated, and as Cammy rushes to his aid, Juri escapes with the Dolls to her jet. Cammy catches up just as it takes off, and after a brief skirmish, Juri pushes a gurney carrying Juni into Cammy and off the plane. However, the two fall into a deep snowdrift and survive.
Juni falls into a coma, and Colonel Wolfman informs her that S.I.N. has recently built a dam in India, cutting off the water supply to a nearby village where Dhalsim lives. Surveillance photos reveal S.I.N. operatives in the area bearing Shadaloo's insignia.
Dispatched to investigate, Cammy then enters the recently announced S.I.N tournament, where she swears to get revenge on Juri for the dolls who she considers her "sisters." She does encounter Juri again, although the winner of the rematch remains unknown. Later during the tournament, she infiltrates the S.I.N dam base. When she does, she discovers computer files on a "BLECE Project" in the process. While reading the files, Crimson Viper surprises her and holds her at gunpoint, wanting the BLECE files for herself. Not wanting the data to be used to hurt anyone, Cammy deletes the files instead, and Viper puts away her weapon and escapes, lamenting years of investigation wasted.
During her infiltration of the base she encounters Decapre, who collapses while raving about how she hates Cammy and her face. Bison appears and informs Cammy that Decapre is dying, but that a bargain could be made. Cammy allows Bison to take Decapre in exchange for saving her life.
When Cammy informs Colonel Wolfman of her failure to retrieve the files, Wolfman informs her that he's already aware, and congratulates her on a job well done.
Cammy returns home and soon Juni wakes from her coma with some amnesia. Cammy greets her comfortably and promises to help Juni recover.
Cammy remembers her encounter with Decapre, who angrily attacked her due to her strong hatred. Then, she also remembers that she had hurt everyone in the past and now wants to protect. She is later contacted by her superior, informing her that Shadaloo is on the move.
As she travels through India, she encounters Birdie. After defeating him, he recognizes Cammy as one of Bison's dolls from the time that he was a Shadaloo member as the police arrive. Birdie escapes, which Cammy fails to.
Arriving at the Shadaloo base, she is attacked by F.A.N.G, who seeks to terminate her due to defecting from Shadaloo. During their battle, Cammy asks him about Decapre's whereabouts, then soon changes her question to be about all of Bison's dolls. F.A.N.G mocks Cammy over her desire to protect the dolls and then alludes to Cammy's history as a killer. Before she can press further, however, she is swarmed by Shadaloo soldiers as F.A.N.G mentions "Operation C.H.A.I.N.S." and warns her that if she interferes, he will kill her with no mercy, causing Cammy to flee.
When Cammy returns to London, she is reunited with Juni, noticing she has permission to go out. As the two are talking about cats, they are cornered by Shadaloo. Vega attacks her when Juni begins to recognize the claw that Vega wields is much like Decapre's, and Cammy is forced to fight Vega while protecting Juni. After defeating Vega, he falls back, noticing Cammy's dangerous actions. Juni worries for Cammy as she remembers how F.A.N.G told her about the operation. Cammy decides to stop Shadaloo and to save her fellow dolls. Juni encourages her and tells her to come back after she saves them. As Cammy leaves the scene, Juri is revealed to have been observing the whole event while spying on her.
In Street Fighter V: A Shadow Falls, Cammy makes her first appearance toward the end of Act One. After easily defeating Chun-Li, M. Bison charges up his hand with Psycho Power, ready to finish her off. However, before M. Bison can unleash the final blow, Cammy rushes in and manages to save Chun-Li by tackling her out of harm's way. Chun-Li opens her eyes and is relieved to see Cammy had come to her rescue. Along with Guile, Cammy helps Chun-Li escape. F.A.N.G is about to go after them, but M. Bison lets them leave, smirking arrogantly as the scene fades out.
That night, the three reconvene at another devastated part of the city, with some cars on fire. She informs Guile that she has been after Shadaloo ever since the Black Moons appeared, also confirming that they are involved in New York's destruction. Cammy briefly chastises Chun-Li, who's still injured, for completely losing her head in the earlier fight. According to her information, the control keys for the Black Moons were stolen from Shadaloo so they can't activate all of them. Cammy wonders if the control keys were stolen by someone who betrayed Bison, or if a spy infiltrated Shadaloo. Guile and Chun-Li mention it might be connected to the earlier-referenced hackers incident, involving hackers of varying ages, genders, and nationalities all going missing around the same time, which they'd been investigating for a long time even before the moons appeared.
Cammy questions if the missing hackers were coerced to build the Black Moons for Shadaloo. As Chun-Li recovers, Cammy then pulls out a package another Interpol agent had tried to send to Chun-Li before attacked by Shadaloo. Taking the package, Chun-Li opens it, and Guile recognizes it as being "the same" as one that he has in his pocket.
Just then, they notice the mutilated-and-stitched-together form of Charlie Nash walking ominously towards them. Rashid and his butler Azam cheerfully emerge from the other side. As Guile confronts Charlie, Rashid steps forward and introduces himself, engaging Chun-Li with intent to take the piece. Cammy tries to help, but Azam intervenes. After Rashid defeats Chun-Li's and takes her piece, he and Azam leave via mini-tornado. Cammy shields her face as the two escape.
Later, Cammy arrives at the Kanzuki Estate. According to Karin's resources, she and Shibasaki were able to acquire a master list of the people that pieces were sent to, as well as who else may have access to that list. Cammy shares the information she's gathered as well, stating that the Black Moons were created by Shadaloo using by the hackers they supposedly kidnapped. She believes that the pieces were made by hackers. Cammy reports that Guile is been in contact with a spy who infiltrated Shadaloo in hopes of acquiring more information.
Cammy and Karin are soon confronted by Marz and Decapre along with Shadaloo soldiers. As Karin subdues Marz, Cammy defeats Decapre. As she tries to help her 'sister', Decapre's head begins to hurt. She escapes, leaving Cammy feeling guilty.
As everyone is gathered to get the missing chess pieces, Cammy aids Chun-Li and Ken to go to Brazil. Before departing, she and Chun-Li watch as Ken plays with his son, Mel. Cammy thinks that Ken shouldn't have to come along with them, stating that he should stay and protect his family. Chun-Li argues that there are some battles aren't he can't avoid, especially when he has someone to protect; just like her father. Cammy apologizes to Chun-Li for reminding her of her father's passing. However, the concept of 'family' confuses her, since she does not have one. Karin soon arrives and informs Cammy and Chun-Li that the others have left.
In Brazil, Cammy arrives with Chun-Li after Ken rescues Sean Matsuda from F.A.N.G. Ken tells Sean that they are looking for one of the pieces and asks Sean if they can have it, which he agrees. But as he retrieves the piece, Cammy spots a Shadaloo guard's body flying toward Sean. Ken and Chun-Li kick the guard's body out of harm's way, just as Laura arrives. Cammy watches interestingly at the Matsuda siblings as Laura greets her brother with submission holds Cammy asks Chun-Li whether the bond between the Matsuda siblings is considered to be a typical relationship between siblings.
After Laura fights Ken and decides to join the others in the fight, they are confronted by Decapre who is under control of its Psycho Power. Cammy gazes to see Decapre has been controlled. She recalls the pain the Doll has suffered. Before Laura can volunteer to take on Decapre, Cammy steps in to fight her to be certain if she is an enemy or not. Cammy manages to defeat Decapre who finally lost consciousness.
Unfortunately, Sean returns with the police, who have arrive to arrest Decapre. Cammy gazes at Decapre which reveals a flashback between her and Decapre to be separated when they are little as she heard Decapre's voice who calls her as her sister. When the police orders Cammy to give them Decapre, her protective nature of the Dolls kicks in, causing her Cammy to knock down a police officer. One of the officers fires his gun at Cammy for retaliation, but Cammy quickly carries Decapre out of harms way. Determined to save her, Cammy fights and defeats the officer.
Before another officer can shoot her, Juri arrives to knock the policemen with her motorbike. She offers Cammy a ride, stating that she can repay her with Decapre. Juri removes Decapre's mask, exposing her burned face to everyone. Juri laughs at how Cammy's nature to the Dolls have turned her and Decapre to fugitives. Cammy eventually decides to go along with Juri. She carries Decapre and hops on the motorbike. As they rode away from Chun-li and the others, Vega watches with amusement and follows them, still obsessed with Cammy's beauty.
At Union Station, Juri crashes her motorbike through the windows, relieved that they have lost the police. Cammy noticed Decapre is awakened. However, she attacks her on purpose because of her extreme hatred towards her causing both of them to have a catfight. As Decapre tries to choke Cammy, Juri watches on, amused that Cammy has given up everything to save her, despite the fact that she's trying to kill her. Cammy demands Decapre to stop attacking as she mounts on top of her. Decapre continues to fight and begins punching Cammy in the face. Juri believes that Decapre will never be cured and that Cammy should just kill her instead. Just when Decapre is about to hit her with her infused daggers, Cammy catches the attack and knocks her out with a hard punch to the face. Juri laughs, impressed for her actions as Cammy gazes at Decapre with remorse.
Suddenly, Vega arrives and confronts Cammy, who gets up from Decapre so she can fight him. Vega notices the unconscious Doll and chuckles, much to the chagrin of Cammy. Vega claims that Decapre may be an 'ugly' Doll, but she still has a role to play. He then attacks her. As Cammy defends herself, Vega is impressed at how Cammy's beauty is brought out with conflicts of her past memories, believing that such things were lost. Vega fights Cammy, wanting to see this new beauty of hers.
After defeating Cammy, he flatters over her. But Vega's obsession with Cammy is interrupted by Juri, who calls him a pervert. Juri claims that Cammy belongs to her since she picked her up first; Vega accuses Juri of lacking delicacy, which Juri expresses no concern. The two fight each other as Cammy wakes up. Seeing Vega is standing close to Decapre, Cammy quickly kicks Vega's mask off of his face, causing him to retreat. Upon seeing Cammy coming to Decapre's defense, he leaves.
Cammy briefly stays on Helen's side because of Decapre's sake. She overhears a voice message from Li-Fen, stating that she has a way to a command to stop the Black Moons. When Charlie admits that he is unable to defeat Bison, Helen becomes upset, desperately demanding that he must kill him. Helen reminds Charlie that he doesn't have much time left, which he acknowledges before leaving.
Later on, Cammy arrives in the final assault against Shadaloo. To her horrible shock, she finds all of the Dolls are controlled by F.A.N.G. Cammy confronts Juli, who has become infused with Psycho Power. She fights and eventually defeats Juli.
As she approaches her unconscious body, Vega appears and attacks Cammy again. She was later attacked again by Vega which he was still obsessed with her beauty. Cammy drops in her stance as Vega compliments on her eyes and that he'll fill them with despair. Vega fights and once again defeats Cammy, managing to hit her stomach with his claw. As he demands to see more of her beauty, he goes in for the kill.
But before he could finish her, Cammy is saved by Decapre, who blocks Vega's claw. He is impressed by how she is finally free from control. Suddenly, Juri arrives, almost crashing her motorbike into the group. As the vehicle explodes, Juri challenges Vega since everyone is having a lot of fun. Cammy glances at Decapre, wondering why she has saved her. Juri claims that Decapre wants to help her, feeling a bit of jealousy. Vega attacks Juri and the two of them fight.
Meanwhile, Cammy and Decapre are surrounded by the remaining Dolls. They prepare to fight their 'sisters' who are still controlled by F.A.N.G. When confronted by Rashid, the device that controls the Dolls is destroyed during their fight. After Cammy and Decapre defeat the other Dolls, Cammy notices that the Psycho Power surrounding them has disappeared. As the Dolls awaken, Shadaloo guards charge toward Cammy. However, because they broke free from its control, the Dolls assist Cammy and Decapre, reuniting with their 'sisters' once again.
Cammy is last seen with Juri and the other Dolls watching Shadaloo's destruction.
As mentioned above, Cammy is a bonus boss character in Final Fight: Streetwise, and can be fought through the in-game tournament section as a reward.
Marvel vs. Capcom gamesEdit
Cammy is one of the playable characters in the first game of the Marvel vs. Capcom series, X-Men vs. Street Fighter. It should be noted that this was the first appearance of "Killer Bee" Cammy, as she had not yet appeared in Street Fighter Alpha 2 Gold. In addition to showing loyalty to Bison, her special moves also emit purple flames, though whether or not she uses Psycho Power in the MvC games is unclear. "Delta Red" Cammy, as well as the Delta Red members, appear in her ending.
She would remain absent in the series until Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes, where she retained most of her playstyle from her previous appearance, as well as her design. She did not return for Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds or its update Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3.
Capcom vs. SNK gamesEdit
Cammy is one of the playable characters (and one of the three Street Fighter characters, the other ones being Charlie and Vega) in the multi-directional shooter game Cannon Spike (which is named, outside of Japan, after Cammy's trademark attack).
Cammy also appears in Namco x Capcom, first as an enemy whose mind is being controlled. After a certain point, she joins the party as Chun-Li's partner.
Cammy, Ryu, M. Bison and Chun-Li appear in DeNA’s mobile RPG, Blood Brothers 2.
Cammy, Chun-Li, Ryu, M. Bison, Karin, Juri, and Vega all appear as Leaders for the classes in Shadowverse. Cammy is an optional leader for Forestcraft decks.
Cammy is a playable character in this game. As Rita Repulsa's hold on the Morphin Grid stretches across multiverses, Cammy is among the warriors who are sucked into the Grid, pitted against those from the Power Rangers multiverse.
Street Fighter 1994 filmEdit
In the 1994 live-action film, Cammy is one of the members of Colonel William F. Guile's Allied Nations strike force to take down Shadaloo. Cammy's rank is Sergeant. Australian singer and actress Kylie Minogue played Cammy and reprised her role in the movie based games.
Cammy appears in Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie in a scene early in the movie, where she assassinates the British Minister of Justice, Albert Sellers, after being brainwashed by Shadaloo. She is then subdued by bodyguards and taken in for questioning by Interpol. She is later shown on a Shadaloo surveillance video being interrogated by Chun-Li. By now, her brainwashing has worn off and she does not remember anything about the assassination. Bison later sends Sagat to kill both Cammy and Vega, but Cammy's fate is left unrevealed.
Like all the characters portrayed in the anime, Cammy speaks with an American accent.
Street Fighter cartoonEdit
Cammy also makes an appearance in Street Fighter II V, again with an American accent but this time as a more honorable freelance assassin rather than a Shadaloo minion. She is hired by Interpol agent Balrog (actually a spy for Bison) to assassinate Inspector Dorai (Chun-Li's father) for destroying the Ashura syndicate, a branch of Shadaloo. She is unaware that Balrog is working with Shadaloo and instead believes the Chief of Interpol, Barrack, has ordered the hit upon realizing Dorai is supposedly with Shadaloo. Cammy hangs Dorai from his balcony in Barcelona but fails to kill him and he is hospitalized. Cammy is later informed and goes to the hospital to finish the job, but is intercepted by Fei-Long, Dorai's star pupil. Cammy and Fei-Long fight brutally and appear to be even until Fei-Long blurts out his intention to make both her and Shadaloo pay for their crimes. Realizing that she has been set up, Cammy enlists Fei-Long and Barrack's help in exposing Balrog and makes sure to beat Balrog severely before leaving him for the authorities. Following this, she flees the scene, vowing to fight Shadaloo her own way.
After the fall of Bison and Shadaloo, Cammy enjoys relative peace. However, while investigating strange energy readings coming from the Amazon River basin, she discovers dead animals everywhere and the shallow graves of various martial artists who have recently disappeared from around the world. The forensic analysis determines that the cells inside the animals were heated to the boiling point, at which point they exploded. She calls Guile to share the information as he and Chun-Li began investigating the disappearances.
Together, the three find and expose a lab that had been experimenting on further kidnapped martial artists. They discover from the lab's data that the experiments were authorized by an arms manufacturer called S.I.N., and that the unusual energy readings and boiled cells were part of a project called BLECE, which could harness ki energy and weaponize it. They also discover that Ryu, whose ki potential is incomparable, was the prime target for the project.
When they finally locate Ryu, Cammy rushes to warn him of the danger but fails to reach him before Crimson Viper, who at the time is believed to be a S.I.N. agent. Cammy arrives soon afterward. She warns Ryu not to use his power, as it might enable S.I.N. to capture its data. Cammy then confronts Viper instead. However, Viper surprises her with the abilities of her Battle Suit.
Cammy attacks Viper, despite Ryu's warning. Viper easily catches Cammy's kick and delivered a devastating punch to her midsection, knocking the air out of her. After giving a kick to her face, Viper hoists Cammy up, places a hand on her chest and electrocutes her. Cammy falls to the ground, in a lot of pain. Viper brutally tortures her by stepping on her head in an attempt to force Ryu to unleash the Satsui no Hado. After finishing Cammy off with a Burning kick and knocking her unconscious, Viper succeeds. However, the power surge destroys the monitoring equipment, and she was forced to flee.
Cammy is evacuated for treatment and later appears wearing an arm sling. She, alongside Guile and the US Coast Guard surround Seth's cruise ship, only for Seth to escape via a Shadaloo helicopter. Chun-Li, Guile, and Cammy discuss the event at the docks, discovering that the case was covered up. Despite the evidence they've collected, Cammy is dismayed that they're right back where they started; and that they are treated as the enemy instead of the actual threat.
Cammy makes a cameo appearance in the 2012 Disney film, Wreck-It Ralph. In the first trailer of the film, Cammy can be seen for a brief second at Game Central Station in the right-hand corner of the screen. Later in the actual film as the bad guys head off to Game Central Station, Cammy can be seen chatting with Chun-Li for a couple of seconds as they pass by the villains. Her outfit is nearly identical to her trademark Delta Red attire, except that instead of her usual barelegged appearance with green streaks, she's wearing light green tights. This change was made, most likely to make her outfit more modest, and thus, more appropriate, for a family-friendly setting.
Cammy makes two Cameo appearances in Super Gem Fighter Mini Mix in the background of some stages. In the tavern stage, Cammy is seen sitting on one of the bar stools near the waiter Dee Jay, bouncing on her posterior while the battle is going on. In another stage, a more child-like Cammy appears looking in the window of a store alongside an older looking M. Bison.
Street Fighter Alpha mangaEdit
Cammy is seen in the South America underground conducted by Shadaloo, in which she fights Dan Hibiki. Being viewed from a monitor, Vega reveals that she is the result of genetic manipulation and that she is superior to most fighters in every way despite her young age. Vega orders Cammy to slay Dan after the latter was weakened, but the fight is interrupted by Sodom (as the arena had rules to support multiple fighters joining any battle). After throwing Dan out of the arena, Sodom engages Cammy, easily overpowering her. During the fight, he causes injuries to her that free her from Shadaloo's control and trigger her sense of pain.
Cammy appears in volume two of the manga. Having recently defected from Shadaloo, she fights against Gen, who was hired to kill her. Chun-Li, who was nearby with Sakura and Dan, decided to bring Gen into custody. However, Gen was able to quickly incapacitate her, Sakura then steps up to fight Gen. Near the end of their fight, Gen is close to finishing the battle for good, but stops just one moment early, by a cherry tree leaf. Cammy asked why he spared Sakura's life when he was never hesitant to kill anybody before, Gen, having found the "light", replied that he no longer held the desire to kill.
Sakura woke up twelve hours later, in the hospital, with Dan, Chun-Li, and Cammy watching over her. Having discovered a lead to Ryu's location in Russia, the group find the national hero Zangief in a cage wrestling match inside a steel mill where he has just defeated Blanka, and subsequently knocks out Dan, who jumped into the ring to avenge his friend, with one blow. Zangief recognizes Cammy, as he had trained her while she was in Shadaloo and remembering how it had played him for a fool, he decides to take out his frustrations on her. Even though she is ready to throw the match if it means restoring Zangief's honor, Sakura enters the ring for a tag match, unwilling to let Cammy get pummeled to death. Zangief accepts to take on both of them, and Sakura's drive to fight to the finish eventually gets to Cammy, and the fight ends in a stalemate.
Chun-Li and Cammy decide to part ways with the group there in order to resume investigation on Shadaloo, leaving Dan and Sakura to head for Thailand by themselves. Before they leave, Cammy asks Sakura to keep calling her by this name, even if she manages to remember her real name.
19-years old Cammy, now working with Delta Red, is tasked to stop a hacker who has stolen all of their important data including their identities. His identity is revealed to be Alex Lewis, a hacker for a terrorist organization. Cammy infiltrates the hideout and takes the guards out with ease. Alex watches her from a monitor and compliments her skills in fighting. After the deal with the trade for his client is denied, Alex knocks him out cold with a kick as Cammy comes in. She acknowledges his skill but is caught off guard when he rushes and attacks her. Alex gives a brief speech of how Cammy acts and what she does and thinks her popularity is overrated.He has Cammy in a wrestling hold, Alex underestimates Cammy's strength however and she breaks Alex's arm. She mocks the hacker and finishes him off with her signature move "Cannon Spike". After his defeat, Cammy could not find the missing data, but in return, she saved the cat much to her boss's annoyance. However, Cammy's assistant finds the data on the cat's collar and Cammy distressed the idea of underwear being in the data. He mentions that the data didn't have anything about Cammy liking cats which added as a benefit in getting the data back.
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Killer Bee first appears sixty days after Gouken's assassination and Charlie Nash's capture. She receives orders from Shadaloo Central Headquarters to locate Ryu, who she tracks down to a restaurant in Chinatown, San Francisco, and continues to follow him and report to M. Bison. That same night, she tracks Ryu, Ken and Eliza to Ken's house, and continues to observe, listening to their conversation and realizing her target was about to leave the country. A flashback from six months prior to that time, Killer Bee is revealed to have been sent to Hong Kong to capture an agent of Interpol that had infiltrated in Shadaloo, Dorai.
He is swiftly apprehended by Shadaloo agents as Cammy fight his daughter Chun-Li, before escaping herself. In her next scene, Killer Bee has been captured by Rose, who had sensed in her "the potential to be human". Using her powers, she "killed" the codenamed agent Killer Bee, thus freeing her and providing her with the name "Cammy". She appears in a flashback of Charlie, who tells Chun-Li how her father was set to fight Shadaloo's 13 Dolls, only to be killed by Killer Bee. In yet another flashback, from about a year before her capture by Rose, Killer Bee is shown fighting Vega as Bison's last test of her abilities and manages to knock him down in a moment of distraction. Later in the flashback, she is seen in a restricted area, undergoing Shadaloo's Memory Algorithm Delete Program. Back to the present day, Cammy wakes up on a bench in front of the British Embassy in Rome, Italy, with a note reading: "Welcome to your new life, Cammy. Do not waste it."
Already part of Delta Red, she is shown in a mission in the border between Germany and France, where the team struggles to escort a British cabinet minister from Berlin to home. During the mission, Cammy figures something was off when a wagon from the train they were in is disengaged, and walks into a secret Shadaloo operation, capturing agent Satsuki. Later, in Lieutenant Matthew McCoy's flat in London, Cammy explains her arrival to the British Embassy back in Italy. On the occasion, she walked right into a terrorist attack and was forced to fight. By the time Delta Red arrived at the location, Cammy had handled the 30 terrorists mentioned to be in the area and was quickly enlisted in Delta Red's training. Later on, she woke up from a nightmare involving her past as assassin and the genetic experiments from which Killer Bee was born. She called Colonel Wolfman immediately, informing him of her dream, and remarking that she never had one before. Upon interrogating Satsuki by herself, she was saluted as "Commanding Doll Officer Killer Bee", and pretended to be undercover so as to win her trust.
She is given highlights of a past mission, in which she had assassinated Professor Rodmovic's team for the designs of an experimental weapon, of which the technology was being used to recuperate Bison's health, after his fight with Charlie in Japan. In a reunion in MI-6, she reports everything she learned from Satsuki, while George Ginzu gathered intelligence of Shadaloo's actions, figuring out that almost all of the organization's major cells were focusing operations in Brazil. With the help of Shadaloo agents, Satsuki escapes her cell and, later, the building, saluting Cammy for the last time while being lifted off by a helicopter. When Delta Red is shown dropping off in a dense Brazilian forest, she is seen leading the way, at some point, she is invited to a tournament by Gill as she sees it as a way to get closer to his plain due to the connection that his company has with Shadaloo since Bison's disappearance.
Cammy along with Chun-Li and Guile are helping members of G.I. Joe after finding out that King Cobra has had some kind of an alliance with M. Bison in an effort to rule the world.
In the second issue, Cammy is matched against M. Bison, who has organized a new World Warrior tournament, sponsored by M.A.R.S. She vows to put a stop to whatever he's scheming, as well as bring him to justice, all before the eight finals are over. Later on, Cammy watches Chun-Li as she fights against Zartan, who was disguised as Dan Hibiki. When Zartan revealed himself after defeating her, Cammy is appalled that this tournament has no rules. Guile deduced that someone wanted Zartan to win the match. Cammy promises to defeat M. Bison after what he did to her.
Before her match, Chun-Li warns Cammy that M. Bison is big and strong, so she has to get inside to do any damage. Guile also mentions that she needs to be faster than him to stand a chance. However, Cammy states that she will get her hands on M. Bison and make him pay in his own blood. Bison stands from his thrown and punch it to reveal a Psycho Drive. As the Dolls attach the device to his back, Bison declares that this Psycho Drive is fueled by the other combatants and keyed to his specific biosignature, designed by Destro and M.A.R.S Industries.
At the start of the fight, Cammy is able to hold her. She hits Bison with her Quick Spin Knuckle and a Neck Twist, furious at how he kidnapped, brainwashed and enslaved her. But when Cammy is on sitting on Bison's shoulders, he regains the upper hand, teleporting behind Cammy and claiming that she looked like she enjoyed being enslaved. He states that since he has all of this power at his disposal, he is going to 'destroy' Cammy, rather than just beat her.
M. Bison grabs Cammy's head, lifts her up and throws her down to the ground. Before Cammy can recover, she is hit with Bison's Head Press, right on top of her face. He then grabs her by the head again with both hands, belittling Cammy for talking down to him. He finishes her off by driving the same fist straight into the opponent's stomach, similar to his Psycho Punisher. But sadly, he is far from done with Cammy. Guile, Chun-Li, and the others watch helplessly as Bison continues to beat down Cammy with punches to her face, kicks to her legs and knees to her back and chin. Destro finally stops Bison after he is short of killing Cammy, stating that he already has won. As Bison holds the unconscious Cammy up by her hair, he laughs that it is never enough.
Super Street Fighter Vol 2: Hyper Fighting - Delta BlueEdit
Street Fighter Legends - Cammy by UDONEdit
Cammy is a quick, impressive, close-range fighter. She lacks any projectile or long-reaching attacks and therefore hurls herself at the enemy relying on speed and priority. Due to her Frame Data her quick starting attacks can usually get Counter Hits. Priority such as this makes her one of the easiest characters to use in Capcom vs. SNK 2. Her original incarnation in Super Street Fighter II had trouble evading projectile attacks, so later incarnations involved reworked and additional special moves to evade fireballs with ease. While some attacks are swift punches, her main moves utilize many kicks for mid-range normals and specials like Spiral Arrow. She also has several throws to break through her opponent's defenses. One of her trademark grabs is the Frankensteiner, which showcases her physical strength. At times Cammy also has a more brutal fighting style, such as her second ultra in Super Street Fighter IV.
Cammy's overall style revolves around doing sudden and rapid sweeping attacks. Her move set allows the player to attack from almost any given range, and with great agility as a benefit. Her combo ability rivals that of Akuma, and can easily be on the toes of the opponent throughout the battle. However, her moves are a bit awkward to execute and can make her vulnerable if blocked accordingly since her moves can put the player right in front of the opponent for an easy counterattack.
Also, Cammy's offensive power lacks mix up, often requiring frame-traps and/or baits to open up her opponent's defenses. Due to her fast offense, she is able to apply solid wake-up pressure and vortex mix-ups. Overall, Cammy is a very versatile character with a great offensive game that consists of strong normals, and practical attacks that allows her to maintain pressure or to help her escape from being cornered.
Cammy fights in England in her first appearance, but her voice actors in the games always have either American or Japanese accents, up until Street Fighter IV where she now sports a proper English accent. She is voiced in the Marvel vs. Capcom series by Susan Hart (not to be confused with the adult film actress of the same name).
Cammy appears as one of the heroes in the 1994 movie Street Fighter. She is portrayed by the famous Australian musician Kylie Minogue. In the movie, Cammy is a British intelligence agent that is serving as Colonel Guile's intel officer and right-hand woman in the Allied Nations Army. In Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie and Street Fighter II V, Cammy's accent is American and she is voiced by Debra Jean Rogers. In Street Fighter IV: The Ties that Bind, Cammy is English again and voiced by Caitlin Glass. Caitlin continues portraying Cammy in Street Fighter X Tekken and in Street Fighter V.
- See: Cammy/Quotes
Pop Culture Edit
- For the gallery, see: Cammy/Gallery
- Cammy is the second female character in the Street Fighter series, and currently the only one to represent the United Kingdom.
- In Cammy's Street Fighter IV win quote against M. Bison, she calls him "Lord Bison" before correcting herself, showing she still retains traces of Shadoloo's brainwashing.
- In the Street Fighter 1995 cartoon, Cammy was depicted as Guile's love interest before being brainwashed by Bison to be his lover. This was due to her original ending in Super Street Fighter II. The animation series occurred before it was revealed that she's a clone of Bison. However, in the Japanese version, it was never mentioned that Cammy was Bison's lover. In the series finale, Cammy breaks free of the brainwashing.
- Cammy is among the two characters in Super Street Fighter IV who have been given a counter Ultra, the CQC (Cammy's Quick Combination), with the other character being Fei Long, whose counter Ultra is the Gekirinken.
- She was initially going to be in the front box cover for Super Street Fighter IV, before being replaced by Dudley near the final release; however, she is featured on the Japanese cover.
- In Masahiko Nakahira's Sakura Ganbaru manga, Cammy was accidentally named by Sakura, who found her with a lost memory. Cammy couldn't remember her name, but Sakura called her Cammy, the name coming from a cat in her neighborhood she reminded her of.
- In Makoto's 3rd Strike ending, Cammy can be seen among the fighters defeated by Makoto. This was most likely a cameo appearance than anything else.
- Abel and Cammy share many similar character traits:
- Their past is linked with Shadaloo (as "replacement bodies" for M. Bison and Shadaloo experiment objects).
- They both share a soft spot for stray house pets: Cammy prefers cats while Abel enjoys dogs.
- They both suffered from amnesia.
- They both hate M. Bison: Cammy hates him because he brainwashed her and turned her into an assassin; Abel, on the other hand, hates the Shadaloo leader because he remembers him as the man from his past, probably linked with the disappearance of his adopted father.
- They both have blonde hair, clear-colored eyes and are European born/representative: Abel is possibly from France, while Cammy possibly hails from England.
- They both bear physical scars: however, while Cammy has a single one on her left cheek, Abel has numerous scars across his body, including five on his face.
- Both of their English voice actors (Jason Liebrecht and Caitlin Glass respectively) are based in Texas.
- In Decapre's Ultra Street Fighter IV opening, a young Cammy is seen comforting a young Decapre. Oddly enough, Cammy speaks in an American accent instead of a British one, likely due to her origin story indicating she isn't actually a UK native.
- In Street Fighter Alpha 2, M. Bison states that Cammy has the power to destroy an entire country. However, it is very possible that Cammy has not fully retained her skill after suffering from amnesia and could become considerably more powerful in the future.
- Cammy's alternate "Horror" costume (a bee outfit, a nod to her codename "Killer Bee") in Ultra Street Fighter IV has a strong resemblance to Q-Bee from the Darkstalkers games, also made by Capcom.
- Initially, Cammy's model in Street Fighter V had angular, European features, which were altered following complaints from Japanese commentators, who felt Cammy's new design was "aimed at foreigners" and “exceedingly ugly”.
- In addition to complaints, parts of Cammy's, R. Mika's, and Juri's bodies have been "censored" in Street Fighter V. For example, Cammy's opening scene is shown at a higher angle than before and her classic mid-fight pose has also been changed to a less revealing one. These changes have caused widespread controversy among the Street Fighter community. Many claimed that it should not have been added or was not needed, while others say it should not have been changed.
- This has for a while caused a movement for the modding community to restore the censored angles in regards to Juri's jumpsuit, and R. Mika's "Butt Slap" during her Peach Assault.
- Cammy is mentioned in the Street Fighter: Resurrection episodes "Fight & Flight" and "Mission Critical".
- Cammy is the first character to have a "Shoryuken" style attack that is done with a kick rather than with a punch. This trend would continue with other female characters in the series.
- In her Street Fighter X Tekken Win Quote against Ibuki, Cammy refers to Don-chan as a "Raccoon", which is technically incorrect as Tanuki is a different kind species and have different origins compared to western raccoons.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Street Fighter IV official stats
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 Street Fighter: World Warrior Encyclopedia Hardcover, p.22-23
- ↑ Super Street Fighter II SNES manual, p.24
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 4.2 Street Fighter V Japanese site
- ↑ Street Fighter V: A Visionary Book
- ↑ 6.0 6.1 6.2 Street Fighter V Stat Card
- ↑ Cammy's Costumes in Street Fighter V
- ↑ Street Fighter V: A Shadow Falls - The Definition of Family
- ↑ Street Fighter V: A Shadow Falls - Information
- ↑ Cammy's Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix ending
- ↑ Cammy's Street Fighter IV prologue
- ↑ 12.0 12.1 Cammy's Street Fighter IV epilogue
- ↑ Decapre's Ultra Street Fighter IV epilogue
- ↑ Cammy's Super Street Fighter IV epilogue
- ↑ Street Fighter V - Cammy Reveal
- ↑ Blood Brothers 2
- ↑ Street Fighter V Meets Shadowverse
- ↑ C. Viper vs. Cammy - Street Fighter IV: The Ties That Bind
- ↑ Street Fighter X G.I. Joe, p.3
- ↑ Street Fighter X G.I. Joe, p.18
- ↑ Street Fighter X G.I. Joe, p.19
- ↑ Street Fighter X G.I. Joe, p.20
- ↑ Street Fighter X G.I. Joe, p.21-22
- ↑ Street Fighter II - Cammy's ending comparison
- ↑ After Complaints, Street Fighter's Cammy Looks Kinda Different
|Street Fighter II Characters|
|The World Warrior||Blanka · Chun-Li · Dhalsim · E. Honda · Guile · Ken · Ryu · Zangief|
|Champion Edition||Balrog · M. Bison · Sagat · Vega|
|Super||Cammy · Dee Jay · Fei Long · T. Hawk|
|Ultra||Evil Ryu · Shin Akuma · Violent Ken|
|Street Fighter: The Movie Characters|
|Core Roster|| Akuma · Balrog · Cammy · Chun-Li · E. Honda · Guile · Ken|
M. Bison · Ryu · Sagat · Sawada · Vega · Zangief
|Arcade Only||Arkane · Blade · F7 · Khyber|
|Console Only||Blanka · Dee Jay|
|CPU Only||Super Bison|
|Street Fighter Alpha Characters|
|Alpha|| Adon · Akuma · Birdie · Charlie · Chun-Li · Dan · Guy|
Ken · M. Bison · Rose · Ryu · Sagat · Sodom
|Alpha 2||Original||Dhalsim · Evil Ryu · Gen · Rolento · Sakura · Zangief|
|Alpha 3||Original||Balrog · Blanka · Cody · E. Honda · Juli · Juni · Karin · R. Mika · Vega|
|Console||Dee Jay · Fei Long · Guile · T. Hawk|
|Upper||Eagle · Maki · Yun|
|SNK vs. Capcom Characters|
|The Match of the Millennium|| Akuma · Chun-Li · Dan · Evil Ryu · Guile|
Ken · M. Bison · Ryu · Sakura · Zangief
|Millennium Fight 2000||Balrog · Blanka · Cammy · Dhalsim · E. Honda · Sagat · Vega|
|Mark of the Millennium 2001||Eagle · Kyosuke · Maki · Rolento · Shin Akuma · Yun|
|SVC Chaos||Hugo · Violent Ken|
|Street Fighter IV Characters|
|Original|| Abel · Akuma · Balrog · Blanka · Chun-Li · C. Viper · Dhalsim · E. Honda|
El Fuerte · Guile · Ken · M. Bison · Rufus · Ryu · Sagat · Vega · Zangief
|Console||Cammy · Dan · Fei Long · Gen · Gouken · Rose · Seth · Sakura|
|Super||Adon · Cody · Dee Jay · Dudley · Guy · Hakan · Ibuki · Juri · Makoto · T. Hawk|
|Arcade Edition||Evil Ryu · Oni · Yang · Yun|
|Ultra||Decapre · Elena · Hugo · Poison · Rolento|
|Street Fighter X Tekken Characters|
|Core Roster|| Abel · Akuma · Balrog · Cammy · Chun-Li · Dhalsim · Guile · Hugo · Ibuki · Juri|
Ken · M. Bison · Poison · Rufus · Rolento · Ryu · Sagat · Vega · Zangief
|Downloadable||Blanka · Cody · Dudley · Elena · Guy · Sakura|
|Street Fighter V Characters|
|Original|| Birdie · Cammy · Chun-Li · Dhalsim · F.A.N.G · Karin · Ken · Laura|
M. Bison · Nash · Necalli · R. Mika · Rashid · Ryu · Vega · Zangief
|Season 1||Alex · Balrog · Guile · Ibuki · Juri · Urien|
|Season 2||Abigail · Akuma · Ed · Kolin · Menat · Zeku|
|Season 3||Blanka · Cody · Falke · G · Sagat · Sakura|
|Season 4||Kage · E. Honda · Lucia · Poison · Gill|
|CPU Only|| AS · Aprile · Decapre · Enero · Février · Juli · März · Peter|
Phantom Bison · Santamu · Satsuki · Shadow · Shadow Lady · Two P