SSB Street Fighter Series
The Supreme Master of the Fist
Series Street Fighter
First Appearance Super Street Fighter II Turbo (1994)
Finisher Shun Goku Satsu

Akuma is a downloadable character for B.O.K.O and was created by Exotoro (tbc). Having mastered the original form of the unnamed "Shotokan" art, Akuma's fighting style is based in the same vein as the all-around characters, with a much more offense-oriented design. Akuma's overall style focuses on completely dominating the opponent and preventing counterattacks.


Akuma and his brother Gouken were students of Goutetsu. Goutetsu taught a nameless life-threatening martial art, which incorporates elements of Karate, Judo, and Kempo. He also taught the Shun Goku Satsu (literally Instant Hell Murder), a lethal technique which, although incredibly powerful, puts the user in considerable danger.

As the brothers progressed under Goutetsu's tutelage, a dispute arose on the true nature of their fighting style and the path to master it. Gouken, unable to accept the violent nature and the Satsui no Hado of his fighting style, left Goutetsu to begin his own dojo, which Goutetsu did not oppose. Akuma continued Goutetsu's teachings, and vowed to use their fighting style as it was intended.

In order to learn Shun Goku Satsu, Akuma embraced the principle of Satsui no Hado, and was forced to give up any compassion he held towards other human beings. In addition, Akuma realized his limits as a martial artist could be expanded, and left Goutetsu's guidance of enlightenment to train alone to gain more power. However, due to embracing the Satsui no Hado to its fullest extent, he developed a lust to fight to the death, unlike Goutetsu, who had been able to use the Satsui no Hado without giving in to its dark side.

After coming back from his island, Akuma went back to Goutetsu, and fought him in a death match to prove that he had surpassed him. Akuma killed his master with the Shun Goku Satsu, who died happy to see his student surpass him, and Akuma, believing that he was the true master of the Art, took the prayer beads of his dead master and placed it on his neck. Gouken came to visit his former master to see how he was doing, only to find his lifeless body and his brother, now no longer human. Gouken, shocked to see that his younger brother took the life of their master, berated Akuma, who said nothing and left for the woods.

Many years later, Akuma fought Gouken, while the then-young duo of Ryu and Ken watched. Akuma told Gouken that he was not strong enough to face him without giving in the killing intent; Gouken retorted that the art was much more than just death and destruction, accusing Akuma of dishonoring their master's name. Akuma told his brother that Goutetsu did not truly understand the art, and that he was a fool for not using the Satsui no Hado to its fullest extent. The fight continued, and Gouken won. Akuma told his brother to kill him, but Gouken had no intention of murdering his own kin, prompting Akuma to call him weak for sparing the life of a strong opponent and declare that he would return.


Standard Attacks

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Zugai Hasatsu

Akuma does a hand slice, dealing two hits. This does about 6% - 8% damage.

Senpuu Kyaku

Akuma can perform a roundhouse kick that does 4% - 9% damage.

Overhead Chop

Slams his fist from above into an opponent, doing about 5% - 8% damage.

Hyakki Gozan

A sliding kick that trips the opponent, doing about 7% damage.

Special Moves

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Gou Hadouken

Akuma gathers all of his ki into his fists, and releases it by pushing it forward through the air. He can release it at three different speeds. Opponents who do not block or dodge the resulting energy experience the same force as if Akuma had punched them himself, giving them 8% - 10% damage. This is in fact the true Hadouken developed by Goutetsu before it is toned down by Gouken.

Ashura Senkuu

Akuma has small mastery over the ability to employ his ki to move his body through space. While doing so, Akuma is invulnerable to attack. Akuma can move forward or backward, by a short distance or a long one. However, he becomes completely vulnerable immediately after leaving this state.

Tatsumaki Zankuukyaku

Akuma leaps off the ground, twisting his feet as he does. Then, extending one leg out, he approaches the opponent spinning around as if in a whirlwind. Since Akuma has a lot of power, as well as greater control over its expenditure, Akuma can juggle opponents with his kicks. Akuma can also initiate this move while in mid-air. This does around 10% -14% damage.

Gou Shoryuuken

Akuma crouches down low to the ground, before springing off the ground, leading with his fist. The force of the jump causes Akuma to rise off the ground, performing a ground to air uppercut. As with the Tornado Kick, Akuma is capable of knocking an opponent out with the first hit, while continuing to juggle them with subsequent hits. This does about 10% - 12% damage.


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Shun Goku Satsu

Akuma's signature super combo. Akuma Ashura Senkuus forward and if he comes into contact with an opponent, the screen will turn black and Akuma delivers the power of the 16 hells on the opponent. If the opponent is KO'ed by this it will be accompanied by a "ping" sound and the kanji 天.


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Raging Demon Unleashed

A variant Shun Goku Satsu where the screen turns black and Akuma rips out their soul at the end, tossing it away and then slamming into in the ground into a hole. Akuma turn his back towards the screen and will be accompanied by a "ping" sound and the kanji 天.


  • Up Taunt - Spreads his feet apart as ki surrounds him.
  • Side Taunt - Crosses his arms.
  • Down Taunt - Faces his back to the camera, with the kanji 天 glowing on his back.

Victory Poses

  • The back faces the camera as the room is full of flames.
  • Slams his fist into the ground.
  • Faces the camera and appears ready to punch it.


  • None available at this time.

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