Doctrine Dark
 

BIO:

He once served Lt. Guile with his own special unit. During his duty, the unit got into a scuffle with another unit, lead by Rolento. The scuffle escalated into a full-on battle and he was the only member of his unit to escape. The battle scarred him emotionally and physically. He escaped from the hospital and went into hiding, only to re-emerge as Doctrine Dark.
 
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ORIGIN:
Street Fighter EX

 
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OTHER APPEARANCES:
Street Fighter EX2, Street Fighter EX3, Fighting Ex Layer

 
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Page Updated:  Aug. 5th, 2018

Doctrine Dark is a convincing psycho... which is almost always a cool persona for a fighting game character. D. Dark has a pretty cool-looking moveset and he's a pretty interesting and fun character to use. Watch out for those hidden knives, strings, and explosives... EXPLOSIVE. He's a sneaky bastard, watch your back.

Visually, he's a successfully unique-looking fighting game character, even though his attire is somewhat simple. Something about that pretty hair of his gives me the creeps. He might have the nicest hair out of any video game psycho I've ever seen.

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