- "Your scream sounds like a pathetic war cry!"
|Height||7'7" (230 cm)|
|Weight||360 lbs (163 kg)|
|Hair Color||Brown, Black (SSFII game sprite)|
|Debut||Super Street Fighter II|
|English Voice Actor||David Vincent|
|Japanese Voice Actor|| Shōzō Iizuka (Street Fighter Alpha 3)|
Tōru Nara (Super Street Fighter IV)
T.Hawk or Thunder Hawk (サンダーホーク), is a Mexican Indian/Native American video game character in the Street Fighter series. He was first introduced in Super Street Fighter II, and has made a few recent appearances afterwards.
The Legacy of T. HawkEdit
- Super Street Fighter II (1993)
- Super Street Fighter II Turbo (1994)
- Hyper Street Fighter II (2003)
- Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix (2008)
- Street Fighter Alpha 3 (1998)
- Super Street Fighter IV (2010-2011)
- Ultra Street Fighter IV (2014)
T. Hawk is immensely tall and bulky with long, powerful arms and legs, massive hands and feet, a flat nose and a wide chin. He paints his cheeks and lower jaw in a white indigenous-style battle paint. His clothing consists of a stereotypical Native-American attire comprised of jeans-imitating chest-open sleeveless jacket and pants, iron bracers on both fists, thin steel rings around his biceps, a huge belt, mocassin shoes or boots and a blue and white triangular-patterned tiara-like headband ostentating a pair of white eagle feathers etched diagonally upwards from it.
T. Hawk is commonly brave, tough, selfless, noble-spirited, centered and fearless, but equally grumpy, cold, brutish, unemotional and apparently unsympathetic. His lack of emotion display mostly comes from the suffering and devastation inflicted by M. Bison towards his people and sacred homelands - such hatred grew even more powerful in Street Fighter Alpha 3, when T. Hawk discovers that his childhood friend and lover Julia was turned into Juli, one of the Shadaloo's top-ranking female assassins, known as The Dolls, under Bison's brainwash. Despite his externally hard demeanor, T. Hawk is actually a warm-hearted, compassionate man - as evidenced in several of his artworks, where he shows unquenchable affection for native animals - who sights revenge solely on the purpose of rescuing his long-lost people and restoring his ruined homelands back to its former glory.
T.Hawk's theme song is a SSFIV remix from Super Street Fighter II.