Credit goes to the SNK wiki for the description.
Wan-fu (Chinese: 王虎; Pinyin: Wánghǔ; Cantonese Yale: Wong4 Fu2; Japanese: 王虎 Wanfū) is a character who was introduced in Samurai Shodown. He was modeled after Miyoshi Seikai, one of the warriors said to exist in the Ten Heroes of Sanada. He was removed from the series's lineup after Samurai Shodown II but is revived for his role in Samurai Shodown Sen. He is one of the few characters in the series to have a "joke" ending that breaks the fourth wall. Comically, he admits to the player that "there is no ending to [his] story".
Powers and Stats
Origin: Samurai Shodown
Age: 83 in I, 84 in II, 86 in Sen (Born in January 2nd, 1705)
Attack Potency: Street level
Lifting Strength: Peak Human
Striking Strength: Street Class
Durability: Street level
Range: Standard melee Range with strikes, extended melee range with his weapon.
- Flesh-Cutting Large Sword (斬肉大包刀, Zanniku Daibōchō) (I, Sen)
- Flesh-Pounding Large Stone Pillar (撲肉大石柱, Bokuniku Daisekichū) (II)
- Flesh-Bursting Large Iron Ball (爆肉大鉄球, Bakuniku Daitekkyū) (VI) (Likely Non Canon)
Intelligence: High (Is a battle strategist and Qing Dynasty general)
Weaknesses: Brash, impatient, quick to anger.
Feats: None notable
- True Rolling Spirit Blast: Wan-fu leaps high in the air, then throws his weapon at the foe, the weapon spinning in a burst of flame and generating an explosion upon impact.
- Spirit Blast Whirlwind Wham: Wan-fu delivers a vicious rising uppercut with his weapon, charged with flame upon ascent.
- Spirit Blast Beating: Wan-fu swings his weapon in spinning burst of flame motion, striking the foe 1-3 times.
- Raging Pillar Pummel: Wan-fu violently slams his head into his weapon, inflicting slight damage upon himself in exchange for a power boost. If the foe makes contact with his weapon during this process, they will take damage.
- Super Move: Wrath Of God Blowout: Wan-fu does a more violent version of his True Rolling Spirit Blast, causing heavy damage.
Note: Wan-fu has used multiple weapons throughout the series, but he only carries one at a time. Furthermore, the Iron Ball weapon is from Samurai Shodown VI, which is of very questionable canonicity.