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    Street Fighter 2

    -Ken Masters: SEE>SLE
    -Ryu: LSI
    -Guile: SLI
    -Zangief: SLE
    -Dhalsim: IEI
    -Chun-Li: SEI
    -Vega: EIE

    Resident Evil

    -Chris Redfield: SLE
    -Jill Valentine: SEI
    -Barry Burton: SLI
    -Albert Wesker: LSI
    -Rebecca Chambers: IEI
    -Leon Kennedy: EII
    -Claire Redfield: ESE
    -Dr Birkin and most mad scientists: ILE
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    Ken - SEE, he be about his females and the fame. Plus i think he supervises Ryu, and Ryu takes out his anger by training harder.
    Ryu - LSI
    Vega - ESE
    Sagat - SLE, He was a real asshole with his tiger uppercut. You could never jump kick him. I think this is exemplary of strong Se, to be able to shut down aerial attacks entirely.
    Dhalshim - IEI
    Chun Li - ESI, but SEI is respectable too. The whole revenge for her pap gives me a tougher IJ vibe.
    Cammy - BOP
    E. Honda - LSE, nothing stands out... so he must be my conflictor
    Zangief - SLE, russian hero.
    Bison - I'll go EIE just to stand apart from the crowd. Hes the villain and leader of Shadowloo. Beta Extrovert is the stereotype.
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