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The following is a description of the Street Fighter timeline, as depicted in the series.

The main games' timeline Edit

The timeline of the main Street Fighter games goes in this chronological order:

Ancient History Edit

Beginning of Time/Genesis:

B.C. Edit

  • c.20th century BCE – Murals in tomb 15 at Beni Hasan, depicting wrestling techniques.
  • c.18th century BCE – the Babylonian Gilgamesh epic includes the major hand-held weapons (sword, axe, bow and spear) used prior to the gunpowder era.
  • 8th century BCE – Roughly the start of Greek Olympic Competition. Through the popularity of the Olympics, martial arts like boxing, wrestling, and pankration flourished.
  • 8th century BCE – Homer's Iliad describes many scenes of hand-to-hand combat in detail.
  • 6th century BCE – Ten styles of Śastravidyā said to have been created around north India and combined in Takshashila, present-day Pakistan.
  • c.4th century BCE – Indian epic poetry and the Vedas give the earliest written mention of South Asian martial arts. Boxing, wrestling, swordsmanship, archery, and the use of numerous weapons are all described in detail.[1][2]
  • 264 BCE – First recorded gladiatorial combat staged in Rome during the funeral of Junius Brutus.

A.D. Edit

Modern Day History Edit

1900 Edit

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1940 Edit

1950 Edit

1960 Edit

  • November 3,1960; E. Honda is born
  • December 23,1960; Guile is born
  • July 21,1964; Ryu is born
  • February 14,1965; Ken is born
  • October 31,1965; Dee Jay is born
  • March 1,1968; Chun-Li is born

1970 Edit

  • January 6,1974; Cammy White is Born

1980 Edit

  • in 1987,the World Warrior Tournament has begun and fighters from around the world to fight for title of "Champion".
  • in 1989,
  • December 6, 1980 Ibuki is born.

1990 Edit

  • in 1991,M.Bison and Shadaloo host the World Warrior Tournament in Thailand.

2000 Edit

GalleryEdit

Series release timeline (Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection)Edit

Trivia Edit

  • The Street Fighter EX games takes place in an alternate timeline and is not canon to the main series.
  • To date, no Street Fighter game has been a direct sequel of a game that is numbered before it.
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