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Charlie is a calm and confident fighter - sometimes to a fault - with a strong sense of justice. Charlie has a crime-fighting attitude akin to his friend Guile, though more out of righteousness rather than revenge; even so, he sometimes acts reckless. While normally he acts in a professional manner, he lets his emotions get the better of him at times. In his ''Alpha'' artwork Charlie is shown relaxing while drinking scotch and reading a book which is very different from Guile’s behaviour.
 
Charlie is a calm and confident fighter - sometimes to a fault - with a strong sense of justice. Charlie has a crime-fighting attitude akin to his friend Guile, though more out of righteousness rather than revenge; even so, he sometimes acts reckless. While normally he acts in a professional manner, he lets his emotions get the better of him at times. In his ''Alpha'' artwork Charlie is shown relaxing while drinking scotch and reading a book which is very different from Guile’s behaviour.
   
In ''Street Fighter V'', Charlie's personality is seen to have taken a drastic turn for initially unknown reasons. Instead of the calm, cool, and sarcastic paragon of justice from the ''Alpha'' series, Charlie is now cold, sadistic, vengeful, misanthropic and driven by an obsessive need to kill M. Bison. Consumed with this obsession, Charlie is ruthless to friends and enemies alike, three examples (shown in win-quotes) are threatening the life of Chun-Li, telling [[Alex]] to not fight him if the former is not prepared for death and having nothing to say to Guile about his revival. He is also far less forgiving and takes on a more nihilistic tone, judging [[Cammy]] as being just as guilty as M. Bison due to formerly being his slave, whereas during their encounter in ''Alpha 3'', he considered her an innocent victim of [[Shadaloo]]'s cruelty. Charlie considers [[Birdie]]'s existence as useless, calling him an "idiotic pig" and questioning why he is even alive, even though Birdie is no longer a member of Shadaloo at the time of ''Street Fighter V''.
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In ''Street Fighter V'', Charlie's personality is seen to have taken a drastic turn for initially unknown reasons. Instead of the calm, cool, and sarcastic paragon of justice from the ''Alpha'' series, Charlie is now cold, sadistic, vengeful and driven by an obsessive need to kill M. Bison. Consumed with this obsession, Charlie is ruthless to friends and enemies alike, three examples (shown in win-quotes) are threatening the life of Chun-Li, telling [[Alex]] to not fight him if the former is not prepared for death and having nothing to say to Guile about his revival. He is also far less forgiving and takes on a more nihilistic tone, judging [[Cammy]] as being just as guilty as M. Bison due to formerly being his slave, whereas during their encounter in ''Alpha 3'', he considered her an innocent victim of [[Shadaloo]]'s cruelty. Charlie considers [[Birdie]]'s existence as useless, calling him an "idiotic pig" and questioning why he is even alive, even though Birdie is no longer a member of Shadaloo at the time of ''Street Fighter V''.
   
 
Despite his ruthless personality, however, he still has his calmer side from before, his encounter with [[Ryu]] and remembering Chun-Li, Guile and Cammy being two examples. This is also more apparent in ''A Shadow Falls'' after he fails to kill Bison. When Rashid mentions his missing friend, Charlie is shocked by his words, having retained his conscience and realizing that his friends need him. This restores his calmer side, which is finally shown after he is rescued by Guile, the two work together to restrain the [[Psycho Power]]-consumed [[Abel]], and the former gives him back his dog tag to rekindle their friendship.
 
Despite his ruthless personality, however, he still has his calmer side from before, his encounter with [[Ryu]] and remembering Chun-Li, Guile and Cammy being two examples. This is also more apparent in ''A Shadow Falls'' after he fails to kill Bison. When Rashid mentions his missing friend, Charlie is shocked by his words, having retained his conscience and realizing that his friends need him. This restores his calmer side, which is finally shown after he is rescued by Guile, the two work together to restrain the [[Psycho Power]]-consumed [[Abel]], and the former gives him back his dog tag to rekindle their friendship.
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