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Having been originally leaked on July 2019,<ref>https://steamcommunity.com/app/310950/discussions/0/1639792569843033220/</ref> E. Honda, along with ''Final Fight'' characters [[Lucia]] and [[Poison]], was confirmed as a playable fighter in ''[[Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition]]''.
 
Having been originally leaked on July 2019,<ref>https://steamcommunity.com/app/310950/discussions/0/1639792569843033220/</ref> E. Honda, along with ''Final Fight'' characters [[Lucia]] and [[Poison]], was confirmed as a playable fighter in ''[[Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition]]''.
   
In his [[character story]], he attempts to teach some of the guests (specifcally [[Laura]], [[Rashid]] and [[Ryu]]) in his bathhouse the proper manners to do after taking a bath. As many female guests appear on his bathhouse (particularly, [[Menat]], [[Juri]], [[R. Mika]] and [[Ibuki]]), Honda decides to make it into a perfect business.
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In his [[character story]], he attempts to teach some of the guests (specifcally [[Laura]], [[Rashid]] and [[Ryu]]) in his bath house the proper manners to do after taking a bath. As many female guests appear on his bathhouse (particularly, [[Menat]], [[Juri]], [[R. Mika]] and [[Ibuki]]), Honda decides to make it into a perfect business.
   
 
====Other story appearances====
 
====Other story appearances====
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Honda's overall style revolves around baiting jumps and surprising opponents with sudden attacks; he can also use the Hundred Hand Slap as a keepaway or pinning option. Like Guile, Honda has a solid mix of offense and defense, but lacks agility as his moves are rather slow and difficult to execute, and many are unsafe on block. Despite being able to rush his opponent, he is vulnerable to counterattacks from various projectiles, and his attacks can be avoided with a proper jump.
 
Honda's overall style revolves around baiting jumps and surprising opponents with sudden attacks; he can also use the Hundred Hand Slap as a keepaway or pinning option. Like Guile, Honda has a solid mix of offense and defense, but lacks agility as his moves are rather slow and difficult to execute, and many are unsafe on block. Despite being able to rush his opponent, he is vulnerable to counterattacks from various projectiles, and his attacks can be avoided with a proper jump.
   
In ''Street Fighter V'', Honda retains his moves from his previous appearances and gains new ones. His [[V-Skill]] is called Neko Damashi and is a heavy-handed clap that can negate single-hit projectiles and cancel into his special moves. His first [[V-Trigger]] is called [[Onigawara]] where he gains access to Oni-Daikaku, a powered-up version of Flying Headbutt that has armor on start-up and can guard-crush at full power. His second V-Trigger is the [[Tajikarao]] where his Hundred Hand Slap deals higher damage, and he gains a command grab called Iwato Biraki that will slam the opponent into the nearest wall.
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In ''Street Fighter V'', Honda maintains his moves from the previous games, his first V-Trigger is [[Onigawara]] where Honda charges himself to amplified his Flying Headbutt called the Oni-Daikaku to deal damage or using as a follow up move called the Oni-Muso and his second V-Trigger is the [[Tajikarao]] where his Hundred Hand Slap deal more heavy damage and gaining access to the command throw called the Iwato Biraki.
   
 
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