Temple Hideout, originally known as Ramayana Temple (ラーマーヤナ寺院 Rāmāyana Jiin?), is M. Bison's stage in the Street Fighter II series. The stage is set in Shadaloo's secret base in Thailand, in a temple with a bell and two breakable statues.


Street Fighter IIEdit

Ramayana Temple M Bison

Ramayana Temple in Super Street Fighter II.

The bell rings, indicating the start of the fight, and people gathered to watch it. Someone challenged M. Bison to a fight. It doesn't matter for Bison the challenger's motives, be it for a grudge against him or simply to test his strength, in the end of the battle the challenger will understand Bison's true power at the cost of his life. Bison takes off his cape, showing that he will fight without restraint.[1] The match becomes an one-sided massacre as the challenger is overwhelmed by M. Bison's Psycho Power, Bison having an evil smile as he pummels his opponent. Despite the odds, the challenger is determined to win, giving his best in the battle.[2]

Akuma is also fought in this stage when reached as a secret boss in some versions of the game.

Street Fighter VEdit

The stage returns as a DLC stage named Temple Hideout. Notable differences include moving the statues closer to the large bell and they no longer break when an opponent is slammed near them.[3]

Other appearancesEdit


The temple in Worlds Unite

In the Archie Comics crossover Worlds Unite, M. Bison destroyed Blizzard Buffalo when the later attempted to set an Unity Engine in the temple, learning from him about Sigma's plans and gathering the Four Kings to face the one that dared to invade "his" world.

Trivia Edit

  • Temple Hideout was first released on April 25th, 2017, but was previously disabled by Capcom due to the presence of Islamic chanting in its theme (which was sampled from a sound library called Voice Spectral Volume One).
    • This isn't the first time that the chants were heard in a video game. The same chants could be heard in Cruis'n World, a racing game for the arcades released in 1996, Kakuto Chojin: Back Alley Brutal, another fighting game released for the XBox in 2002 and The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, released in 1998 for the Nintendo 64. Ocarina of Time's fire temple had these voice samples in its music. Later versions of the game do not feature these samples.
  • There are two identical statues in this stage, one on each side. If either one is broken during a fight, then a character in the background who is meditating will stand up. He will then wave his arms up and down continually.



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