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"Can't stand up to my Kung Fu! Time to show off a little! (唸るぜ、俺の功夫! カッコ良く決めてやるぜ! Unaru ze, ore no kunfuu! Kakko yoku kimete yaru ze!?)"
Yun

The Sorai Rengeki (槍雷連撃 Sourai Rengeki?, "Spear Thunder Chain Attack") is one of Yun's special attacks, introduced as his second Super Art in the Street Fighter III series. Yang could also use it prior to 2nd Impact.


Appearance (in release order) Function Input
Street Fighter III series
Capcom Fighting Evolution
Super Art II Arcade Stick QCFArcade Stick QCF + Arcade Button Punch
Capcom vs. SNK 2
Street Fighter Alpha 3 MAX
Super Combo Arcade Stick QCFArcade Stick QCF + Arcade Button Punch
Street Fighter IV series Ultra Combo II Arcade Stick QCFArcade Stick QCF + Arcade Button Kick x3
Damage
Yun 450

DescriptionEdit

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Yun using his ultra against Ibuki.

Yun throws two elbow strikes, two lunging palm strikes, and then a high kick which knocks the opponent into the air.

Street Fighter III series/Street Fighter Alpha 3 MAXEdit

Yun follows up with a Nishokyaku that follows the opponent into the air. He then finishes with double-hitting flying spin kicks which sends the opponent flying.

Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade EditionEdit

Sorai Rengeki

Yun riding on Chun-Li's back in Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition.

After following up with the elbow and palm strikes, Yun follows up even further with a hammering arm smash via leading hand, then a roundhouse turn kick to his opponent's face. He then from his flying kick leaps into the air and rides the flying opponent's back like a skateboard before performing a spinning handstand on them. He then rapidly launches a flurry of downward kicks, finishing with a powerful one which drives the opponent face-first into the ground.

If the attack is performed while Genei Jin is active, Yun performs the combo as he does in the SFIII version, which does less damage as it prevents the cinematic from playing.

Trivia Edit

  • In between the part where the opponent is kicked into the floor and they fall face first into the ground, there is an off camera secret where the victim's face distorts, almost to comical levels.
  • Poison's downward angle as well as the direction she is facing is different than the rest of the cast when kicked to the floor. The reason for this is unknown, as even the other Ultra characters do not share this property.

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