Oro
 

 
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BIO:

Oro is a mysterious, aged hermit whose powers gave him an extremely long life (He is 140 years old). He lives in a cave somewhere in the Amazon Jungle with many different animals, including a dog and a turtle. When Oro was younger, he used to be a martial arts instructor in Japan. He moved to Brazil in the early 1900s with a friend of his. His life in Brazil wasn't going very well and he eventually became a recluse. He spent most of his time practicing Senjutsu (Mystic Arts), a style made up of techniques used by the immortal mountain hermits in Taoist myth. After many years, Oro became a master of the style.

Oro became bored one day and decided to embark on a journey to find a student worthy of inheriting his fighting style. He decided to enter the third World Warrior tournament, and sat atop of airplanes to travel to various locations. After defeating many fighters, he encountered Ryu. After defeating him, Oro dropped out of the tournament and decided that Ryu was a potential successor.
Later, Oro
eventually found Ryu and began observing and aiding the young warrior's training, all while remaining undetected. Ibuki had to fight Oro once as a test to pass her ninja school graduation exam. Oro was disappointed when Ibuki challenged him because he thought she was asking him for a date.

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ORIGIN:
Street Fighter III: New Generation

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OTHER APPEARANCES:
Street Fighter III: 2nd Impact, Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike, Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike Online Edition, Street Fighter: Anniversary Collection, Card Fighters Clash, Card Fighters Clash 2, Card Fighters Clash DS

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Page Updated:  Nov. 23rd, 2013

No, Oro might not be the prettiest character to look at, but he's a very original character in more ways than one. From his awesomely-animation normal moves, to his mannerisms, to his special & super moves... Oro is a very clever and well thought-out design. He has some very "outlandish" attacks (some of them rather humorous), and all of which were VERY original for 2D fighting game character when he debuted in SF3: New Generation.

Oro is technically the "oldest" character in the Street Fighter universe, making him an interesting and entertaining design if you give him a chance. In case you haven't been paying attention, Oro only uses one arm because he feels he's too powerful if he uses both... yup, that's pretty badass (unless of course he ends up losing. lol). Oro isn't the easiest character to like, but I'm sure he has some fans out there. 

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